Attractions Of Vietnam
Vietnam is adorned with so many great historic sites: Vestiges of the last Vietnamese dynasty, the Nguyen Dynasty, can be gazed at the seven Royal Tombs in Hue. Or have a look at the One Pillar Pagoda in Hanoi, a pagoda dedicated to Quam Am, the goddess of mercy. Vietnam also takes pride in its numerous stunning marvels of nature, such as Elephant Springs, where you can swim in natural pools � The recreation area between Da Nang and Hue is still an insider tip! Want a breathtaking experience? Climb up the scenic Hai Van Pass. It is close to Lang Co and its white beaches where you can watch fishermen at work. Moreover, the Marble Mountains near Da Nang are not to be scoffed at! They consist of five marble hills with caves and Buddhist temples.
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Sai Gon offers some interesting sites:
• Reunification Palace: Built between 1962 and 1966, it offers a frozen-in-time look at the home of the president of South Vietnam at the time Saigon fell to the North on April 30, 1975. A replica of tank #843
The tear-shaped Phu Quoc (Vietnamese Phú Quốc) is part of the Kiên Giang province. The distance from Phú Quốc to mainland Viet Nam is 45 km to Hà Tiên and 120 km to Rạch Giá. The island is 50 km long (from north to south)...
The never-ending sand beach at the Mủi Né Peninsula is well on its way to turn into one of Vietnam’s most popular seaside touristic sites. Over the last years this destination also known by the name of the nearby city Phan Thiet has almost caught up