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  • Angkorajaborey Pagoda, also called Ang Pagoda, is located in the Ba Om Pond area ( Ao Ba Om) and opposite the Khmer Museum, 5km west of Tra Vinh Town. Ang Pagoda is among the oldest Khmer-styled pagodas in the Mekong Delta.

  •  After the discovery of Da Lat in the 19th century, the French colonialist wanted to turn Da Lat into the capital city of Indochina. Best efforts were made and the most talented architects were called in to build the city as beautiful as possible. The plan was aborted due to changes in the politics of Indochina. Still Da Lat benefited from the plan and remains as one of the most romantic destinations on Earth...

  •  Dinh Hoa is a valley surrounded by high mountains. In the valleys, there are hills and mountains of various heights. The area housed the seat of the Viet Minh's government during the Franco-Viet Minh War (1947-1954). Visiting Dinh Hoa, you'll travel back in time to learn about a very important period in the modern history of Vietnam.

  • Ba Vi National Park is 60km from Ha Noi. It'd take you 40 minutes to leave the heavy traffic of Ha Noi behind then starts the idyllic scenery of the countryside. For the next 1 hour or so, you'll travel amid mountains and resort areas catering mostly to the Vietnamese tourists who just want to get away from the summer heat of Ha Noi.  

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    Bach Ma National Park is 60km south of Hue City, 730km south of Ha Noi and 1,000km north of Ho Chi Minh City (or Sai Gon). The national park is in the territory of Thua Thien Hue Province and the park includes the forests on the northern slope of the Hai Van (Sea Cloud) Pass.

  • Hoa Lu was the site of the ancient capital city of Vietnam in the 10th century. Vietnam adopted Buddhism as the national religion at the time, and Hoa Lu and the adjacent area were home to a number of Buddhist pagodas under the patronage of the royal court. Bai Dinh Pagoda was among the most sacred Buddhist pagodas at the time and in 2003 a new Bai Dinh Pagoda was built in the same valley  with the old Bai Dinh Pagoda and claimed one of the biggest Buddhist pagodas in Asia...The old Bai Dinh Pagoda is still well preserved and shrouded in the Zen atmosphere on top of the Dinh Mountain.

  • Ban Gioc Waterfall is 92km from Cao Bang Town, right on the border between Vietnam and China. The waterfall includes layers of moss and water falling down from tens of meter above. The road trip from Cao Bang to Ban Gioc offers captivating scenery.

  • 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.

  • Bich Dong is a cave pagoda built in the 15th century at Ninh Hai Commune, Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh Province. Bich Dong Pagoda comprises 3 pagodas here called Chua Ha, Chua Trung and Chua Thuong all of which are built leaning against a limestone mountain. The main building is the Cave Pagoda (Chua Trung) built into a cave in the mountain.

  • But Thap Pagoda in Bac Ninh Province is among the oldest Buddhist Pagodas in Vietnam.

  • Cai Rang Floating Market is 30 minutes by boat from Can Tho City. People start coming to the market by boat from 04:00 or 05:00 A.M to sell agricultural products to wholesale traders, some retailers would come later to get goods for their shop at a local market in the region.

  • Cat Tien National Park is 150km from Ho Chi Minh City and 175km from Da Lat. The park covers 71,350 hectares stretching in the provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc in southern Vietnam. Cat Tien extends from the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam with tropical humid forests to the forests in the low-land Mekong Delta; this combined with the auspicious climatic conditions result in high concentration of species of the flora and fauna in the national park.

  • 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.

  • Chi Lang Passage is located in Chi Lang District, Lang Son Province, near the newly-built highway 1A from Hanoi to Lang Son. The passage is 110km north of Hanoi, 60km south of the Chinese Border and 40km south of Lang Son City.

  • Cu Chi is 65 km (1.5 hour drive) northwest of Ho Chi Minh City. The tunnel network of Cu Chi became legendary in the war for facilitating the local guerrillas to gain victory over the American troops.  At its height, these three-leveled tunnels stretched over 250 km. Touring Cu Chi, the travelers would learn more about the war and the resilience of the Vietnamese.

  • Consecrated in 1962, Cuc Phuong is the oldest national park in Vietnam. Cuc Phuong, 120km south of Ha Noi and under the administration of Ninh Binh Province authority, spreads its land area of 22,200 hectares into the territory of Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa and Hoa Binh Provinces.

  • Dau Go Cave (the Cave of Wooden Stakes) is 7km or 30 minutes boat trip from the shore. Dau Go Cave is believed to have been the place where General Tran Hung Dao hid weapons in the war against the invaders in the 13th century A.D. Dau Go Cave is one of the biggest caves of Halong Bay. The cave offers stunning stalactites and stalagmites.

  • Dau Pagoda in Bac Ninh Province was built in the 2nd century A.D and claimed the oldest pagoda in Vietnam and the 'Cradle' of Buddhism in the country. That time, Vietnam had been invaded and ruled by the Chinese Han. The territory was called Giao Chi and the capital city of Giao Chi was Luy Lau. 

  • Like any village in Vietnam, there's always a community house built in the center of the village. The Community House was the center of the village's life: all policies and all affairs of each village were done at the Community House. The Community House was the connection of every one in the village and this was the core of the Vietnamese culture.

  • The Ly Dysnasty was started by Ly Cong Uan in 1009 and it helped to bring Vietnam into a new era, the era of independence and prosperity. Ly Cong Uan was also a visionary king that built Thang Long  (or Ha Noi) today into the capital city of Vietnam in 1010.