Thien Sinh Valley, Y Ty, Bat Xat, Lao Cai
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The Tram Gian Pagoda - Ha Tay

Tram Gian Pagoda or Quang Nghiem Tu is located on top of the Tran Mountain with large garden of old big timber trees. The pagoda was built in the 12th century (around 1185 A.D) and the name of the pagoda means “The Pagoda of a Hundred Compartments”. Most of the current architecture was from the 17th century.

The Temple of Literature - Hanoi

The Temple of Literature, which was The First University of Vietnam and which dates back to the 11th century, is the symbol of the Vietnamese learning tradition. The Temple of Literature (The Temple of Knowledge) was built in 1070 as the place for worshiping Confucius and his disciples, since that time Confucianism was the national ideology of Vietnam.

The Old Quarter of Hanoi

Hanoi Old Quarter is chaotic, hustling, bustling, full of noise days and nights. Hanoi Old Quarter has an exceptional atmosphere that many would like to hang around the whole day. There are many markets in the Old Quarter such as Dong Xuan, Hang Da, Hang Be...to name a few. Besides, the Old Quarter is the place to try some local culinary specialties such as Bun Cha, Cha Ca, Bun Thang, Mien Luon....

The Lak Lake - Dak Lak

The Lake Lake of 500ha is 56km from Buon Ma Thuot City and is untouched by mass tourism. The lake is on the way between Buon Ma Thuot City and Da Lat.

The Independence Palace - Saigon

The Independence Palace (also called the Reunification Palace) was built from 1868 and completed in 1871 by the French after they had conquered the six provinces in  the South of Vietnam (Cocochine). The Palace had been meant to be the Residence of the Governor of South Vietnam and it was called Norodom Palace (after the King of Cambodia).

The Hung Kings Temple - Phu Tho

The Hung Kings Temple (Den Hung) is a complex of temples first built in the 10th century A.D on the Nghia Linh Mountains, 10km from Viet Tri City (of Phu Tho Province) and 90km from Hanoi. Much of the complex nowadays was constructed in the 15th century. The Temple is dedicated to Hung Kings (Vua Hung), the Founder Kings of Van Lang ,  the first Vietnamese-identity kingdom dated back to 2879 B.C.

The Hoan Kiem Lake - Hanoi

Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Restored Sword) located in the center of Ha Noi, south of the Old Quarters and North of the French Quarters with nice setting, with surprising Vietnamese culture and with the wish for peace of the Vietnamese.