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Ha Long 2Ha Long Bay, a stunning seascape of thousands of limestone pillars rising out of the emerald waters to the northeast coast of Tonkin Gulf, was twice recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage Site in 1994 and 2000 for its exceptional scenic beauty and outstanding geological-geomorphic values. Washed by water and lapped by waves for hundreds of thousands of years, the limestone basin has been carved into stalatic caves, crescent beaches and odd-shaped formations.

The best season lasts from late April to early July (sunny and showers) and late September to November (sunshine and blue sky; mist in the morning in November).



hoang thanhThe archaelogical site of the Thang Long (Ascending Dragon) Citadel right in the heart of Hanoi was recognized as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2010. Thang Long Citadel is a complex of vestiges that was linked to the history of Vietnam’s Royal Citadel. Commenced in the 7th century, the ancient citadel had been develioped in the 11th century and flourished within a wide span of timeline until the beginning of the 19th century. The Citadel used to be a huge structural project and became the most important relic in the system of the vestiges of Vietnam.

Located in Hanoi. The best season lasts from late April to July (sunny and showers, rather hot weather in July) and late September to January (sunshine and blue sky; mist in the morning in December to January).



phong nha 3Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2003, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National park is noted for its cave and grotto systems as it is composed of several hundreds of majestic caves and grottos. The park derives its name from Phong Nha cave, the most beautiful of all caves, containing many fascinating rock formations, and Ke Bang forest. Besides its famous value of the karst landscape, the park is also testified to its globally outstanding biodiversity.

The best season lasts from early April to early August (sunshine and blue sky; rather hot weather in July).



hue DainoiBeing Vietnam’s feudal capital from 1802 to 1945 under the Nguyen Dynasty, Hue is widely known for the magnificent architecture of its citadels, palaces, royal tombs, pagodas and temples, all set in a poetic background of greenery on the banks of the Perfume River. Besides monuments, Hue still retains much of its glory in the past in daily routines and activities in religion, gastornomy, handicraft, music, performing arts and traditional festivals.

The best season lasts from early April to early August (sunshine and blue sky; rather hot weather in July).



hoi an 5Hoi An, 28km southeast of Da Nang, constitutes an exceptionally well preserved example of the most important trading port in Southeast Asia from the period of the 15th to 19th centuries. Its buildings and its street patterns reflect the influences, both local and foreign, that harmoniously combine to produce a unique heritage site. A popular tourist destination in Vietnam, Hoi An is an exemplary ancient town that is well maintained by both the local government and its inhabitants.

The best season lasts from late February to early August (sunshine and blue sky).

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