Country of the World Heritage:
The wonders of the World Natural, one of the most attractive destinations in Vietnam. Come to Ha Long, travelers can take a boat across the bay to explore the series of islands, limestone and schist structured and majestic appearances
National Park Phong Nha – Ke Bang:
Designated a Unesco World Heritage site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. Riddled with hundreds of cave systems – many of extraordinary scale and length – and spectacular underground rivers, Phong Nha is a speleologists’ heaven on earth
Come here traveler will have chance to visit Son Doong , the largest cave in the world (200m high, 150m wide, at least 8.5 kilometers)
Complex of Hue relics:
Complex of Hue relics is situated along Perfume river’s banks of Hue city and surrounding areas of Thua Thien Hue province. Hue city is a center of culture, politics, and economy of the province, the ancient national capital under the reign of the Nguyen family from 1802 to 1945
Hoi An Ancient Town:
Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.
My Son Sanctuary:
Between the 4th and 13th centuries a unique culture which owed its spiritual origins to Indian Hinduism developed on the coast of contemporary Viet Nam. This is graphically illustrated by the remains of a series of impressive tower-temples located in a dramatic site that was the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence
Trang An Landscape Complex:
Situated near the southern margin of the Red River Delta, the Trang An Landscape Complex is a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, many of them partly submerged and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs. Exploration of caves at different altitudes has revealed archaeological traces of human activity over a continuous period of more than 30,000 years
Citadel of the Ho Dynasty:
The 14th -century, Ho Dynasty citadel, built according to the Feng Shui principles, testifies to the flowering of neo-Confucianism in late 14th century Viet Nam and its spread to other parts of east Asia. According to these principles it was sited in a landscape of great scenic beauty on an axis joining the Tuong Son and Don Son mountains in a plain between the Ma and Buoi rivers. The citadel buildings represent an outstanding example of a new style of the Southeast Asian imperial city.
Central Sector of the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long – Hanoi:
The Thang Long Imperial Citadel was built in the 11th century by the Ly Viet Dynasty, marking the independence of the Dai Viet. It was constructed on the remains of a Chinese fortress dating from the 7th century, on drained land reclaimed from the Red River Delta in Hanoi. It was the centre of regional political power for almost 13 centuries without interruption. The Imperial Citadel buildings and the remains in the 18 Hoang Dieu Archaeological Site reflect a unique South-East Asian culture specific to the lower Red River Valley, at the crossroads between influences coming from China in the north and the ancient Kingdom of Champa in the south.