Travel Photography | Central Vietnam


One of my first assignments of the year brought me back to a well-worn path between Hue and Hoi An for a few travel stories in central Vietnam. I can’t count how many times I’ve worked in that region, but it really never gets old. It has history and UNESCO-recognized heritage sites, some of the best food in the country, great beaches and mountains and villages, and much, much more. There’s always something new to discover. Here are a few images from my recent journey–photographs from Hue, Hoi An, and Danang.


35 thoughts on “Travel Photography | Central Vietnam”

  1. Just back from a short trip to Hoi An and especially around, but these photos are a magnificent reminder of the colorful people and culture I saw, thanks fro sharing, enjoy your weekend, Ron.

  2. Awesome work. Love the colors, it makes me want to go there. Plus, with these images you taught me that travel photography is not just about the landscapes, I’ll have to change my approach and point of view on my next travel. So, thank you very much.

  3. Awesome pictures! I’ll be in the same area next week, and these pictures are getting me even more excited. Any reccomendations for traveling between Hue and Hoi An? Or the best beach to visit that doesn’t have a million tourists haha. Thanks!

  4. I enjoyed your pictures. Very well done.
    Vietnam is also on my wish list, hopefully one day I get to go there.

  5. I am set to travel to Vietnam on May. I hope I could take pictures as good as yours! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. I leave for Vietnam on Friday….a cycling journey. Many people commented that I would love Hoi An the most. I wasn’t trying to build it up in my head…but Wow! Your photos are amazing and I am looking forward to it even more now.

  7. Somehow I feel simple daily life in your photos, and it is what I love. These city of Hue, Hoi An and Da Nang are also a great choice of travel as they are close to each other, clean, historical, and much more quiet than Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh city. The small town of Hoi An just so easy give anyone relaxing moment while strolling around. Hoi An also have some great traditional dishes (ask for “Cao Lau”) as it is used to be a old trading port with multiple-national visitors for some hundreds of year between 15th and 18th century. Da Nang is clean and friendly, have great beach, while Hue the old capital of Vietnam has the old beautiful palace that very worth to visit. They are my choices if I need to choose where to go in Vietnam on my first visit (actually not because I am a Vietnamese :)). I always prefer to learn about the people and the culture, more than static beauty of landscapes. Anyway, if anyone need more info about destinations in Vietnam, please visit our website at We are a Vietnam travel agency. Good luck to your next journey.

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