Walking around the Old Quarter of Hoi An, tourists are always fascinated by endless reminiscences of a past time when the old town was a major commercial port, a center of cultural interminglement amongst Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese.
Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the Old Quarter of Hoi An Ancient Town, Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town.
Sung Hung Pagoda, following the Mahayana, is one of the oldest pagodas in Phu Quoc.
Nestled in a beautiful valley about three kilometers from Sapa Town, Cat Cat- the old village of ethnic groups- attracts tourists from all over the world for its distinctive customs and practices which have been lost in almost ethnic villages. The village is within easy walking distance from any hotel in downtown Sapa.
Ta Phin has gone from being a stranger name to one of the most visited destinations in Sapa. Located about 17km in the west of Sapa, Ta Phin is a village of Red Dao’s people possessing a rich culture that has not been damaged by the modern life.
The Magic Well, Gieng Ngu, is located 2 km away from An Thoi Ward. It is not only a historical but also mysterious attraction that should not be missed for all visitors to Phu Quoc.
Sen village, popularly known as the birthplace of President Ho Chi Minh, is located at Kim Lien Town, Nam Dan which is about 20km from Vinh City.
With a panoramic view of Hue's major attractions, Vong Canh Hill is the best place to take your Hue's photos.
Hue Temple of Literature (locally known as Van Mieu Hue or Van Thanh) majestically lies on the bank of Perfume River, to the west of the Citadel, just 1km from prestigious Linh Mu pagoda.
Da Lat, the city of love, not only attracts tourists because of its charming landscape, comfortable weather but also the number of French architectures, typically the antique villas. Located some 2.5 km south from the heart of the city, Bao Dai’s Summer Palace is a must-visit villa for almost all travelers.
Emperors under feudalism often regarded themselves as "thien tu" - the sons of God. Hence, to express their respect to Father God, they often held annual offering ceremonies to worship. That's why Nam Giao Esplanade was built by King Gia Long after being crowned, in Duong Xuan Village, south of Hue City.
Being the first and also the oldest high school in Vietnam, originally Quoc Hoc (National high school) was the school for children from royal and noble families.
Tourists may find numerous thatched cottages in the northern countryside, sitting by the riversides enjoying fresh coconut under the shade of coconut trees.
Located 20km northeast of Duong Dong town, Phu Quoc district, Ham Ninh village is renowned for its breathtaking natural scenery and peaceful daily life of local fishermen.
Back in the old days, the place where Cho Lon now sits was regarded as the city’s center of commerce, in comparison with District 1 – the center of administration.
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