Full of charm and history, this region offers a historical and cultural context mixed with unique local architecture. Enjoy the culture, cuisine and historical sites in Hue or Hoi An.
Listed as a World Heritage Site, this city, capital of the Nguyen emperors, will absolutely take you to the historical and imperial heritage of Vietnam. Palaces, pagodas, tombs and temples abound, both inside the citadel and outside the city.
Hoi An is a typical example of a very well preserved ancient trading port, mixing local and foreign influences to give it a unique heritage. Since 1999 the site has been classified as a UNESCO heritage site and today, Hoi An has become a popular tourist city for its history, old town, souvenir and craft shops, and cuisine.
My Son Sanctuary
My Son is a collection of temples from the ancient Champa civilization, whose spiritual roots link it to Hinduism. Built from the end of the 4th century until the 13th century, the sanctuary is made up of both dynastic temples and temples dedicated to Shiva. Now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the sanctuary has survived both time and a very eventful history.
Phong Nha- Ke Bang National Park
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this National Park is a jewel of nature. It is home to the oldest karst mountains in Asia as well as hundreds of caves. Son Doong Cave, discovered in 2009, is the largest cave in the world. You will also have the chance to walk through its 885 km2 tropical forest, endowed with extraordinary flora and fauna.
Located in the Central highlands at an altitude of 1500m, Dalat blessed with waterfalls, lakes, green meadows, and flower valleys. Here you will find the influence of French colonization with Norman villas, Savoyard chalets and Basque houses. You could visit the Bao Dai Summer Palace where the imperial family stayed during the summer holidays; the Linh Phuoc pagoda, one of the most famous in Vietnam; the Crazy House, an unusual house full of extravagant rooms or the Dalat station, inspired by the architecture of Trouville-Deauville station. You can order a drink in a wagon of an old steam locomotive, turned into a café. Hoa Binh Square and the adjacent market are great places to shop for ethnic handicrafts.
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