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The section Vietnam Tourism is for information related to specific tourist attractions throughout Vietnam. The attractions could range from luxury tourist spots, a temple, a former battlefield site, an old town, a national park or nature reserve... Each attraction would be presented with in-depth information gathered by the years of travel experience and tourism researches by Paradissa's team.

Phuoc Tich Village, Hue

Phuoc Tich Village started its history in 1470 and the village is almost surrounded by the O Lau River which flows its way all the way from the northwest, west, south, east and northeaster of the village. This river is the natural border between Quang Tri Province to the north and Thua Thien Hue to the south.

Battle of Dien Bien Phu

The French started attacking Vietnam in 1857 and managed to invade Sai Gon, southern Vietnam in 1858. From 1858 to 1865, the French marched northward and gradually invaded all of Vietnam. Along with its neighbors Laos and Cambodia, Vietnam was put into a French colony called Indochina.

Hoang A Tuong Residence, Bac Ha

The former residence of Hoang A Tuong in Bac Ha (Lao Cai) was built from 1914-1921. This was a residence and a working place of the father-son Hoang Yen Tchao and Hoang A Tuong who were chiefs of Bac Ha back that time. The family was of Tay origin but some may still refer to the residence as the Hmong King’s Residence in Bac Ha. The residence has a mixed architecture of French and Chinese styles.

Nhan Cham Tower, Phu Yen

The Nhan Cham Tower is on top of the Nhan Mountain in Tuy Hoa City. The mountain top is 64m above the sea level which offers amazing views of the sea, of Tuy Hoa City and the surrounding countryside.

Canh Tien Cham Tower, Binh Dinh

The Canh Tien Cham Tower (known to the French as Tour de Cuivre) is on a knoll in Nam An Village, An Nhon Town, Binh Dinh. The site is 28km northwest of Quy Nhon City, near Route 1A. The tower looks like a fairy wing, hence the name Canh Tien.

Thung Khe Pass, Mai Chau

The Thung Khe Pass (also known as the White Rock Pass, White Cliff Pass) is in between Mai Chau and Tan Lac Districts of Hoa Binh Province. The Thung Khe Pass offers commanding views of the mountains, valleys and villages below. The top of the pass is often covered in fog in the summer.

Mai Chau Market, Hoa Binh

Mai Chau Market has gatherings everyday but the busiest session is on Sunday Mornings. You may to get up early as the most vivid moments are found from 07:00 A.M to 09:00 A.M. Local bring to the market whatever they could get from their farms or the forests: herbal medicine, honey, chirping birds,...

Bao Dai Villas, Da Lat

Bao Dai Summer Villas I, II, III with lovely architectures and with quite some Vietnamese history to learn about. All the villas are just 1-2km around the city center.

Coc Ly Market – Lao Cai

Coc Ly Market is one of the most authentic ethnic markets in Lao Cai of which the gathering is once per week on Tuesday morning only. The road to Coc Ly was very bad earlier and the community was not that easily accessible then.

Ta Xua Mountain – Yen Bai

The Ta Xua Mountain in Tram Tau District of Yen Bai Province, which is 2,865m above sea level, is the 10th highest mountain peak in Vietnam.

Can Cau Market, Lao Cai

Can Cau Market is among the most beautiful ethnic markets in Vietnam. The market is in Can Cau Commune of Si Ma Cai District, Lao Cai Province. The market of Can Cau is 20km north of Bac Ha Town and 120km from Sapa, 90km from Lao Cai City.

Bac Ha Market, Lao Cai

Bac Ha Market is among the most beautiful ethnic markets in Vietnam. The market has one gathering per week on Sunday morning only. Earlier most people got to the market on foot and by horse, nowadays many go by motorbike while several still go to the market on foot.