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Central Vietnam is a great cultural experience.The imperial city of Hue, the capital of Nguyen dynasty, which ruled from 1802 to 1945, lets you see and feel the lifestyle of old rulers. The UNESCO World Heritage Town of Hoi An in time of full moon has the lantern festival, what is an unbelievable adventure. My Son ruins, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an impressive Hindu temple complex of Cham Empire. And you know what? It?s only a beginning. There is many, many more to see.

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Japanese Covered Bridge

One of many hand-made creations of the Vietnamese, this wooden bridge allows visitors to experience the thrill of walking over along with taking marvelous pictures along the hand carvings on the bridge as their traveling memory.

My Khe Beach

A white sandy beach which allows the tourists to take some perfect shots of images to keep safe as a memory back home, My Khe Beach is a pure refreshing place to visit, especially for the sunset and the sunrise.

Marble Mountains

A masterpiece of nature which attracts thousands of individuals and tourists groups for the uniqueness of them being famous for developing marble and limestone. Mountains in a row are a great monument to be saved in your phone galleries.

Imperial City, Hue

Inspired by culture? Another hand-crafted masterpiece is the Imperial City area within the region which has walls in its surrounding that displays ancient history and the adoptive culture attractively.

Cham Museum

It becomes even interesting when a museum full of sculptures is visited and every different piece of art explains its story differently. The Cham Museum is one similar place to be where the country's culture is explained by sculptures.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village

Grab a bicycle and travel across Hoi An, an ancient city of Vietnam famous for its art and designs which includes a whole street carved with pottery. An amazing place to click your memories at.

My Son

Amongst the most ancient locations of Vietnam, My Son is an abandoned Hindu temple that focuses on providing archeologists their subject of study and enhance their utter knowledge.

Son Tra (Monkey Mountain)

The most popular mountain in Vietnam which is also amongst the national parks of the country is beautifully located in between marvelous beaches such as Bai Bac, Bai Nam, etc. The mountain also has a collection of rare monkey species.

Hai Van Pass

A beautiful monument which has been naturally created but carved by the skills of humans in Vietnam. This is probably amongst the wonders of the world as it makes a way towards the border of the country in between mountains.

Dray Nur

Amongst the largest waterfalls of Vietnam, The Dray Nur makes it way along to the national rivers of Vietnam which makes the sight even amazing. The quietness of the place itself is an attraction for many. Thus a visit can be compulsory.

Cham Islands

Being an Island, Vietnam hardly has deserted areas, however, the Cham Island fills this gap and attracts desert admirers to give a visit and spend their day/night with along the Island on white sand and snap some memories.

Dragon Bridge

Afraid of real-life dragons? Well, you can walk over one at Vietnam! This dragon-shaped bridge is a monument of amusements for the visitors, especially at night with its sparkling colors to take perfect night pictures.

Da Nang Cathedral

French architecture is well-known all around the world and it can also be witnessed within the boundaries of Vietnam. The Da Nang Cathedral is a church in Vietnam which has been carved to perfection with a weathercock-topped steeple.

Tomb of Khai Dinh

Every country's leader is an inspiration and when it comes to Vietnam, the Tomb of the 11th Emperor, Khai Dinh, is another place to be seen and learned about his servings and contributions.

Pagoda of the Celestial Lady

Religion and Culture combined, who are the actual preachers? An informative place to be visited where all the monks reside together. Can be terrific, but expands once perspective in detail. Can be visited during the daytime.
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