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The most charming destinatons of Viet Nam-Part 2

The best attractive destinations in the central of Viet Nam


The previous part describes generally the outstanding attractions in the north of Viet Nam with the impressive views and traditional style of architecture. Continuing this part is a wide range of charming destinations in the south of Viet Nam.

Related post: The most famous destinatons in the North of Viet Nam

                                 Kong: Skull Island movie shoot at Ha Long Bay

                                 Magical Thay Cave

Mentioning to Quang Binh, tourists are deeply impressed by the majestic caves system thanks to the Nature tectonics like Ha Long Bay's. In particular, Phong Nha - Ke Bang National park is the heaven of limestone terrain, hundreds of caves, underground rivers and rare fauna and flora systems, which attract many adventurers around the world to explore. Some of the sceneries in Quang Binh are chosen as the main context for Kong: Skull Island movie such as Cha Noi valley, Mouse cave.


Hue Imperial Citadel is one of the cities bearing deeply the Vietnamese history, with the relics from the 19th century Nguyen Dynasty. Located on the gentle Perfume River, the Hue Citadel has a large area, with the perimeter of around 10 km, including some famous attractions such as Ngo Mon Gate, Thai Hoa Palace, Dien Tho Palace. Guests should take a boat on the Perfume River to visit the tombs and pagodas such as Tu Duc Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb, Thien Mu Pagoda.

Da Nang has been strongly rising in recent years, gradually becoming the familiar destination of domestic and foreign tourists. The plus point of the city is friendly local people and the clean environment, the delicious and strange dishes, which all bears deeply the local flavor. The tourist sites are diverse such as My Khe Beach - one of the most charming beaches on the planet, Ba Na Hills with many recreational activities, Son Tra Peninsula, Ngu Hanh Son, Han River , Dragon Bridge.

Hoi An ancient town (Quang Nam), recognized by UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 1999, is an increasingly popular destination for foreign visitors and is considered as a heaven for shopping with great souvenirs such as handicrafts, antiques, silk, art, etc. The 19th century pagodas, ancient house architecture, lantern town and mysterious cultural elements make Hoi An town attractive. In particular, the hospitality and friendliness of the people can make visitors want to come back.

(Tobe continued in the part 3)