Hue remains to be the only originally historical vestige city in Vietnam. Many of Hue’s attractions are found along the banks of the romantically named Perfume River with 11km length. This valuable construction includes more than 100 architectural works, which are the reflection of the life of Emperors and mandarins under Nguyen’s reign. It will be fascinating and interesting experience if you spend a day visiting Hue Cultural Heritage Monument include Khai Dinh, Tu Duc, Minh Mang Tomb – three of the most famous King’s tomb in Hue city; Citadel – the most remarkable mark of the great landscape and architectural site and Thien Mu Pagoda.
Bach Ma national park is the most important resources eco-tourism of Bach Ma area. Coming to Bach Ma national park, you will have opportunities explore mysterious nature such as: Tri Sao trail, Do Quyen trail, Ngu ho trail, Hai Vong Dai trail. With steep mountains and dense forests this area is home to a wide variety of animals and plants. You can see the collapsed…
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is one of the most spectacular wilderness sites in South East Asia and one of the 2 largest limestone regions in the world. Destined to become one of Vietnam’s major tourist attractions, a vast network of underground caves and passages can be found, along with awesome jungle scenery and fascinating rock formations. Wild and exciting… but at the same time, the experience of this captivating scenic beauty leaves you with a sense of tranquility.
Vietnam’s Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ, is the area around the former border between North and South Vietnam. Historically it was a narrow band of terrain extending from the Laos border to the coast, five km on either side of the Ben Hai River, roughly on the 17th parallel north latitude.