Based on a review of nearly 3,00,000 check-ins over the past few years, experts have compiled a list of the world’s fastest-growing remote work hubs worldwide. Vietnam is represented in this list, with three cities in the top ten.
See what you can do and where you can go in each of these rapidly expanding Vietnamese cities for digital nomads.
3. Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a vibrant city that skillfully blends the old and the modern. The Notre Dame Basilica of Saigon, an impressive French colonial-era cathedral known for its architectural splendor, is one of the city’s most famous attractions. The Central Post Office, the work of the famous architect Gustave Eiffel, offers a glimpse into the city’s colonial past and is another must-see attraction.
Vietnam’s vibrant capital Hanoi is rich in cultural and historical heritage. The ancient Hoan Kiem Lake, surrounded by picturesque pagodas and busy streets, is a must-see attraction that offers a tranquil respite from the frenetic energy of the city. Discover the bustling markets and colorful street food booths in the Old Quarter, which offers a real window into Hanoi’s past with its small alleyways and traditional architecture.
1. Da Nang
Located on the stunning central coast of Vietnam, Da Nang offers visitors a wide range of fascinating experiences. The famous Marble Mountains are one of the city’s main attractions. Here you can not only enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding area but also visit historic Buddhist cave temples.
To experience the local culture, a trip to the bustling Han Market provides a glimpse of authentic Vietnamese life, with an array of local delicacies and traditional handicrafts.