In the article “This Is The Safest Country To Visit In Asia For 2024” by Travel Off Path, one of North America's largest travel news websites, Vietnam is considered as the safest destination in Asia.
According to the latest report of the Global Law and Order Index, Vietnam is not only the most peaceful state in Asia but also the seventh worldwide. The country is the highest-charting country in Asia, with an enviable score of 92, out of a maximum of 100, in the top 10 dominated by European countries.
Hoi An Ancient Town
Western travellers gradually flock back to the continent of friendly smiles in droves, and all eyes are on Vietnam - a Southeast Asian gem after the Covid-19 pandemic. Vietnam has proven to be remarkably safe and sound for tourists who would like to put Asia to their bucket list. Leaving behind all the history of war, Vietnam in modern day is prosperous and peaceful, with low rates of crime and impressive political stability, said Travel Off Path.
If you are seeking for relaxation trips and reconnection with nature, Vietnam is the country for you. Cultural enthusiasts would love Vietnam since it provides well-off cultural values with World Heritage Sites scattered from North to South.
Visitors can find themselves strolling down the charming, yellow-ish streets of Hoi An Ancient Town - the ancient port and UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized for its numerous historical temples and French colonial architecture.
The neighbouring city of Hue, the imperial citadel imprinted in the Nguyen Dynasty, or the giant Golden Bridge of Da Nang are all worth visiting. Need some vitamin-sea? Further down the coast, enjoy the sandy beaches while admiring the golden sand dunes of Mui Ne.
Mui Ne Beach, Phan Thiet
The Golden Bridge, Da Nang
From the vibrant metropolis Ho Chi Minh City, beautiful beaches in Nha Trang, to Ha Noi - the capital city of Vietnam, escaping into nature in Ninh Binh, the land famous for its rice fields and Trang An landscape complex, you could truly never exhaust your ‘to-do’ list while exploring the country.
With a new e-visa policy allowing international visitors to stay in Vietnam up to 90 days, Travel Off Path generously praised Vietnam that “it’s a good thing local authorities are welcoming tourists with open arms”. It’s a good opportunity for visitors to make their trips longer to enjoy Vietnam to the fullest!