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Probably you have already heard about Vietnam a thousand times before. You have seen it on TV, you have seen it somewhere on the internet, you love Pho and fresh spring rolls, you have a few Vietnamese friends, you know the Vietnam war or even you have heard the language spoken in your neighborhood. But you have not touched its ground, you have not tasted an authentic bowl of Pho in the middle of the Old Hanoi Quarter, you have not experienced the chaos of the streets, and you have not seen it really in front of your eyes. If not now, then when? Life is like a book, don’t read just one page when you can read many pages. There is a whole new world out there waiting for you to explore.
Sapa Rice Terraced Field
Sapa is a highland town in northwest Vietnam where you can find those spectacular rice terraced fields that you have seen on your computer screen. Coming to Sapa, you will experience the majesty of its landscapes, the strangeness of its periodical love market, the beauty of its people wearing traditional ethnic costumes, and the abundance of its cuisines.
Travel and Leisure magazine has nominated Sapa Rice Terraced Field is one of seven most beautiful and majestic terraced fields in Asia and the world in 2009. Additionally, in December 2011, Lonely Planet has introduced Sapa is one of the best places in the world for hiking.
Cu Chi Tunnel
Cu Chi Tunnel is an underground defending system of Cu Chi Province. It is located 70km away from Ho Chi Minh city and is called “the steel land”. The tunnel was built during the Indochina war and the Vietnam war. It was designed deep down underground with a total complex system length of more than 200km. It was the living and meeting place of Vietnamese soldiers in the war. There are 3 levels of tunnels. The first one is 3m underground, the second one is 6m, and the last one is 12m.
Hoan Kiem Lake
Hoan Kiem Lake (Returning Sword Lake) is also known as Sword Lake. In the ancient period, it was called Luc Thuy lake, Thuy Quan Lake, Ta Vong lake, and Huu Vong lake. Hoan Kiem Lake was named in the XV century when King Le Thai To returned the sword to Turtle Deity. The lake is the pride of Vietnamese and is the symbol of Vietnam. It is the witness of the national history.
Hue Citadel is the symbol of the feudal system of Vietnam in its most prosperous period at the beginning of the 19th century. Hue has fully the characteristics of a typical Asian feudal citadel with 16 features in which the palace in the forbidden city, Kinh Thanh, Hoang Thanh, palaces, Nam Giao, Martial arts shrine, Literacy shrine, Thien Mu pagoda, Quyen lake are the most significant places to visit.
Other tourist attractions you should not miss when coming to Hue are Huong lake, Ngu mountain, Bach Ma, Lang Co, Thuan An. In 1993, UNESCO nominated Hue Citadel is the cultural heritage of the world.
Hoi An Old Quarter
Only 25km away from Da Nang city, Hoi An is situated on the north bank of Thu Bon river. It is well known for its unique tourist attraction – Hoi An Old Quarter. When coming to Hoi An, you will have an opportunity to engage in cultural activities with local businesses such as Thanh Ha porcelain town, Kim Bong wood town, Phuoc Kieu bronze town. Hoi An Old Quarter has an impressive architectural style resembling Quan Cong shrine, Ong pagoda, and Cau pagoda.
At night, lanterns in front of houses are turned on making the scenery of Hoi An so stunning and gorgeous. It is ideal to get on a boat and travel along the river to enjoy the nightlife of a glowing Hoi An on the two banks.
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is located in Quang Binh Province. The national park is situated within one of the most ancient and largest tropical limestone areas in the world. The area of the park is more than 200.000ha with more than 300 caves. When traveling to Phong Nha Ke Bang, you should not miss Phong Nha cave, Thien Duong cave, Chay River Dark Cave, Mooc Water Stream, Wind waterfall, Botanic Garden, and Tam Co cave.
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