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7 world heritage site of Vietnam

Along “S” land of Vietnam with 63 provinces has its own advantages to attract visitors (7 world heritage site of Vietnam). Vietnam is known as a world of tourism with 7 world heritage sites that’s recognized by UNESCO. These Heritage Sites help Vietnam a lot in earning tourists through years.

7 world heritage site of Vietnam

Ho Dynasty Citadel

The Ho Dynasty Citadel consists of three sections: a bamboo hedge, a moat and a citadel wall, plus a palace complex with marble roads that connect each palace.

Ho Dynasty Citadel

It was officially recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in June 2012. The citadel, a great work of architecture in the central province of Thanh Hoa, was the capital of Vietnam from 1397 to 1407.

Thang Long Imperial Citadel

Thang Long Imperial Citadel has been declared a World Heritage in 2010, is a very strong citadel, standing in Hanoi from 11 century after Ly Thai To moved the capital here. The Citadel was once the living place of many royal families: Ly Dynasty, Tran Dynasty, Le Dynasty, Trinh Dynasty…and nowadays become one of the most famous Citadels of the country.

Thang Long Imperial Citadel

My Son Sanctuary

My Son relic is located at central Quang Nam Province, which was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, dates from the 4th to the 13th centuries. Its tower clusters were constructed over ten consecutive centuries in what was the heart of the Champa kingdom.

My Son Sanctuary

The sanctuary containing somewhat 70 ruined and abandoned Hindu temples and tombs with the purpose is to remember their ancestors and worship their Gods. Plus the wild nature of the place, My Son creates a wonderful scene for people visiting the Holy place.

Hoi An Ancient town

Hoi An ancient town and its buildings displays a unique blend of local and foreign influences. UNESCO World Heritage Site listed in 1999 which is famous for its Chinese and Japanese influence on architecture, hand made toys (lantern, lotus floating candle) and the biggest and most marvelous Full Moon Festival (Trung Thu) of the country, etc.

Hoi An Ancient town

Hue Complex of Monuments

The Complex of Hue Monuments is included a total area of over 500 hectares, comprises four citadels including Kinh Thanh (Capital City), Hoang Thanh (Imperial City), Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Purple City), and Dai Noi (Inner City).

Hue Complex of Monuments

The Complex of Hue Monuments, which is located in Vietnam’s central city of Hue, became the country’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1993. A visit to Hue will not be complete without a day spent on appreciating the historical values of Hue citadel and tombs.

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is located in the middle of the Annamite Mountain Range in the central Vietnamese province of Quang Binh and shares its boundary with the Hin Namno Nature Reserve in the Lao PDR to the west. It won the UNESCO World Heritage Site title in 2003.

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin within the northern province of Quang Ninh, has received a slew of awards and honors, including the World Heritage Site title given by UNESCO in 1994 and 2000. With 1960 islands in different sizes and an unbelievable smooth sea surface, Halong Bay has written its name to one of the worthiest places in the world to visit. An especially great time to visit Halong is in May when the annual Halong Bay carnival takes place.

Ha Long Bay

Vietnam has long been known for its stunning landscapes that attract millions of local and foreign visitors each year.

For foreign visitors, they need to obtain the Vietnam Visa first, and then they can discover all these beautiful places. It’s now easy with our Vietnam Visa On Arrival service.We are happy to serve you with simple way, please apply here.

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