Vietnamese travel blogger suggests trips in 2024

Vietnamese travel blogger suggests trips in 2024. Destinations close to nature and secluded are the suggestions of Tran Dang Dang Khoa, Ngo Tran Hai An, and Dang Thuy Duong in the new year.

Below is a sharing about trends and places to visit at home and abroad in 2023 from three travel bloggers Ngo Tran Hai An, Tran Dang Dang Khoa and Dang Thuy Duong. They all have 100,000 followers on Facebook and Instagram, and have traveled all over Vietnam and dozens of countries around the world.

Dang Thuy Duong – 34 years old

Thuy Duong has been to more than 40 provinces and cities in the country, 30 countries and territories, 60 cities around the world, and has more than 150,000 followers on Facebook and Instagram.

Thuy Duong during her trip to Malaysia in December 2022. Photo: NVCC

Thuy Duong during her trip to Malaysia in December 2022. Photo: NVCC

Predicting tourism trends in 2023

People will go to places close to nature, unique, more experiential and to far away places, instead of close, popular places.

Suggestions for playing Lunar New Year

Duong suggests going to Dien Bien, visiting Dao Hoa Island, and going to Moc Chau to see plum blossoms. Duong believes that if you want to enjoy the atmosphere and flavors of Tet, you should go to the Northwest. “This place gives me a very Tet atmosphere, from the climate to the food. The flavor of Tet is very rich. The South is too hot, there is no air,” Duong said.

If he goes abroad, Duong will not choose Taiwan or mainland China. Because these places celebrate Tet like Vietnam, the stores are closed and the service is not as full as usual. Korea and Japan have long visa application times and procedures, so visitors cannot proactively plan. Europe is also not suitable because it is “too cold”. Duong suggests going to warm places like Thailand and Malaysia. These countries are stimulating tourism, tickets and hotel rooms, food, and services are all cheap.

Where to go in 2023

Duong suggests that people go to Da Nang and Phan Thiet to swim and relax, go to Ha Giang and Dien Bien to experience backpacking, and go to Da Lat to enjoy the pleasant atmosphere and delicious food. Around the world, she thinks people should try going to Iceland or Ladakh (India) to enjoy a trip to nature. These are places with fresh air, suitable for breathing and filling the chest after more than two years of having to sit at home because of the epidemic.

Ngo Tran Hai An (Qui Coc Tu) – 42 years old

Hai An has more than 110,000 followers on his personal page, and has been to 63 provinces and cities and 47 countries and territories around the world.

Hai An ziplines in Phuket, Thailand. Photo: NVCC

Hai An ziplines in Phuket, Thailand. Photo: NVCC

Predicting tourism trends in 2023

Instead of joining tours with strangers, this year’s tourists will tend to go with their families or groups of friends because they are still concerned about infection. Hai An also predicts that people will turn towards adventure travel, camping, places close to nature and spend more time for themselves.

Suggestions for playing Lunar New Year

Hai An does not advise people to travel for Tet. This is the time for family reunion and rest. People should avoid going to crowded places because during Tet, services are lacking, overloaded, and expensive. Trips should be made after the 5th. An directs people to go to remote places like Quang Binh and the Northwest, avoiding crowded places like Da Nang and Hoi An.

If going abroad, Hai An suggests going to Europe like Switzerland and Italy. January-February is not the peak season in Europe, because foreigners have just returned from a long Christmas and New Year trip.

Where to go in 2023

Hai An suggests visiting new destinations on islands such as Cu Lao Mai Nha in Phu Yen, Cu Lao Xanh in Binh Dinh. These are new, pristine destinations with few people. If you go abroad, instead of familiar places like Paris, you can explore the beautiful scenery in Pakistan, go to Nepal to climb Everest, and learn about culture and history in Egypt and Israel.

Tran Dang Dang Khoa, 36 years old

Khoa has more than 350,000 followers on social networks and has traveled to 63 provinces and cities. In 2017, Khoa began a 3-year journey driving a motorbike around the world, passing through 65 countries and returning to Vietnam in June 2020.

Tran Dang Dang Khoa during his trip to Africa. Photo: NVCC

Tran Dang Dang Khoa during his trip to Africa. Photo: NVCC

Predicting tourism trends in 2023

Tourists will go to new, deserted places and where visa exemption or simplicity is required. Besides, tourists will go to familiar destinations with low costs and convenient routes because currently, many people need to recover economically after two years of the pandemic.

Suggestions for playing Lunar New Year

Like Hai An, Khoa believes that Lunar New Year is a time for rest and family reunions, and Tet is crowded everywhere, services are overloaded, making people unhappy, something that should be avoided during the New Year. If you want to go out, you can go to nearby places and take the initiative in transport without too much difficulty.

Where to go in 2023

After Tet, Khoa recommends going to nearby locations like the Philippines and Taiwan because of the nice weather. Further away are Egypt, Mongolia, Ladakh (India). In the country, sea and islands are suggested, but priority is given to deserted and pristine locations because the epidemic is still present, and places that are too crowded should still be limited. In addition, he also suggested Ba Vi (Hanoi), Moc Chau (Son La), Mang Den (Kon Tum), Da Lat, Central Highlands, Ca Mau cape, Phan Thiet (Binh Thuan), and Vung Tau. These are places that either help people immerse themselves in pristine nature, or increase the experience of the trip.

Phuong Anh


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