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Thanh Hoa Images

Thanh Hoa Province is located 160 km south of Hanoi. Thanh Hoa, which stretches from the Laotian border to the East Vietnam Sea, is rarely visited by the foreign travellers to Vietnam. The province is home to Pu Luong Nature Reserve, the Ho Citadel, Ben En National Park, Sam Son Beach, Hai Hoa Beach... which could make your holiday to Vietnam a completely different travel experience.

Pu Luong Nature Reserve - Thanh Hoa

Pu Luong Nature Reserve covers an area of 17,662 hectares in the districts of Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc, Thanh Hoa Province. Pu Luong is 130km from Hanoi via Ho Chi Minh Road, 40km from Mai Chau District of Hoa Binh Province and 110km north-west of Thanh Hoa Provincial Capital.

Ham Rong Bridge - Thanh Hoa

Ham Rong Bridge of Thanh Hoa Province, 163km south of Hanoi, was considered to be one of the symbols of the Vietnamese resilience during the war. Ham Rong Bridge was the only bridge across the Ma River ensuring the flow of man-force and war materials by road from North into South Vietnam.

Ho Citadel - Thanh Hoa

Ho Citadel was built in 1397-1401 by Ho Quy Ly and the Ho Family. When ascending the throne in 1400, Ho Quy Ly moved the capital city of Vietnam from Dong Do (Hanoi) to Vinh Loc Thanh Hoa in a defensive move against the political situations in Vietnam and threats of invasion from the north...

Khleang Pagoda Soc Trang

The Kh'leang Pagoda in Soc Trang Vietnam is among the most beautiful Khmer Pagodas in town and in the Mekong Delta. The Kleang Pagoda is 1km from the center of Soc Trang City. If you travel to Soc Trang from Tra Vinh or Can Tho, then the pagoda is right on the way into the city boasting its splendid architecture and lush timber trees.

Bat Pagoda - Soc Trang

Chua Doi, or Wat Mahatup is a Khmer-styled Pagoda built around the 16th century, 4km from of Soc Trang City. The pagoda is home to huge century-old trees and about one million bats each of which is about 1kg in weight and with wing-span of 1m to 1.5m. The bats leave the pagoda at night to look for food and come back early next day. The bats at Chua Doi don't eat fruits within the pagoda's area.

Chen Kieu Pagoda - Soc Trang

Chen Kieu Pagoda is a Khmer-styled pagoda in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang. Chen Kieu Pagoda is 10km from Soc Trang City, on the way from Soc Trang  to Bac Lieu. Chen Kieu Pagoda was first built in the 19th century and rebuilt in 1969.