Central Vietnam has more extreme weather than the North and South of Vietnam, due to the influence of southwest monsoon and the dry & hot of foehn wind. This is also a strip of land that often has to withstand big storms from the East Sea from July to November every year. The topography of the Central region is mainly hilly and coastal, divided into 3 sub-areas:
The North Central region shares a long border line with Laos and this area possesses many high mountain ranges with an average height of about 1,000 - 1,500 meters above sea level, so the topography is relatively dangerous and rough. The Thanh Hoa delta area was formed by the accretion of the Ma and Chu rivers, accounting for about 6,200 km2 of the whole area. Some famous tourist destinations here such as: Quang Binh with Son Doong cave, Thien Duong cave, Hue city with famous royal relics of the last feudal dynasty of Vietnam.
The South Central Coast is dominated by plains, low mountains and coastal areas. The river system here is relatively short while the coastline is long and meandering. But in return, thanks to the diversity of topography, this region owns many narrow continental shelves, most beautiful beaches in Vietnam such as Doc Let Beach - Khanh Hoa, My Khe beach - Da Nang, An Bang beach - Quang Nam, Hoi An ancient town with poetic rivers and mesmerizing landscapes.
The Central Highland is located in the western part of the Truong Son mountain range and has a border with two countries Laos and Cambodia. The topography here is fully hills and highland at the altitude of 250 - 2,500m above sea level. This is also the largest coffee hub in the country with a lot of unique cultural and natural attractions like Dak Lak, Dalat, Pleiku, and Buon Ma Thuot.
Besides nature's beauty, historical relics,.. Vietnamese souvenirs especially handcrafted gifts with unique and catchy processes, also attract tourists a lot. This following article may be the best answer for the question “What souvenir to buy in Vietnam?”