The Va and Nuoc Nut caves have the same water source as the Son Doong Cave, which has been recognised as the largest cave in the world.
The peaceful and poetic ancient capital of Hue is the destination for visitors to experience like a time-lapse of time travel to the scenery of feudal Vietnam. Hue-style quiet frame Hue is a destination that brings its own attraction on the tourist map of the S-shaped strip of land. The ancient capital still has intact Vietnamese cultural traditions through artifacts and architectural works.
The Thang Long Imperial Citadel in the centre of Hanoi should be preserved and developed with a vision to become a Heritage Park, said Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue at a working session with its management body – the Thang Long-Hanoi Heritage Conservation Centre on February 23.
Lan Ha Bay is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay. It consists of more than 300 limestone islets and is one of the most outstanding destinations on Cat Ba island.
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Thung Nham bird park in Ninh Binh province houses more than 40 species of birds with more than 50,000 birds. The most wonderful time for bird watching at Thung Nham is when flocks of birds appear at dawn and dusk.
Reached in about 500 steps, the summit of Mua Mountain is an ideal vantage point to take in magnificent Trang An landscape in Ninh Binh Province. The complex, a UNESCO world heritage site, is a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, many of them partly submerged and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs.
This monumental architectural work was built by dynasties in many historical periods it’s the most important relic site in the system of monuments.
A city walk to discover the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long will be held by the Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) on Saturday.
My Son Sanctuary is a large complex featuring religious relics, including temples, shrines, and towers.
This Unesco World Heritage site offers a glimpse into Vietnam’s turbulent past while being a great place to relax and shop.
Thanh Hoa Province will spend nearly VND15bn (USD644,000) on restoring a stone wall at the Ho Citadel. The damaged wall at the Ho Citadel The Ho Citadel, which was built more than 600 years ago in the Ho Dynasty, was recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site in 2011. However, time and weather have damaged much of the citadel’s walls and caused subsidence.
Hoi An is one of the most beautiful of all the Vietnamese cities. Its old town is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site owing to the presence of around 800 historic buildings in the world.
Photographer Do Anh Vu has captured the allure of the ancient town of Hoi An as it emerges and disappears into the mist. – VnExpress International
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