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Attractions in Vietnam

Ha Long BayHa Long Bay

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay is one of Vietnam's most popular destinations and justafiably so. The network of hidden coves, bizzare rock outcrops and tiny islands, all surrounded by turquoise waters are best explored on an overnight trip.

Hanoi StreetsHanoi

Vietnam's capital city, Hanoi lies in the north of the country in the Red River delta. Hanoi has been capital of Vietnam for a thousand years and has evolved into a confusing mix of tradition and modern life.

Tam CocHoa Lu and Tam Coc

Located a couple hours south of Hanoi, Hoa Lu and Tam Coc are two attractions set amongst the dramatic karst cliffs and rice fields of the Red River Delta.

Hoi AnHoi An

Hoi An is one of Vietnam's most charming towns. As an important trading port town Hoi An has been influenced by Chinese, Japanese, European and Vietnamese cultures and retains a blend of architectural styles throughout the UNESCO listed old town.

Minh Mang TombHue

Hue was the most important of Vietnam's central cities and home to the Emperor. Situated along the Perfume River, Hue has several major attractions.

Pagoda, Marble MountainsMarble Mountains

Located just midway between Hoi An and Da Nang, the Marble Mountains are a set of five large marble outcrops on an otherwise flat plain. Each corresponds to one of the five elements of Chinese/Vietnamese religion.

Temple Ruins, My SonMy Son

Located near the town of Hoi An, My Son is the best preserved relics of the Cham people who lived here around a thousand years ago. Situated in a lush bowl shaped valley, surrounded by mountain peaks, this Hindu temple complex is in a stunning location.