Marvelous Marble Mountain in Danang, Vietnam
Marble Mountain is known as Ngu Hanh Son (Ngũ Hành Sơn) or Non Nuoc (Non Nước). It's a g roup of five marble and limestone mountains , named after the five basic elements of life (according to Eastern philosophy): Kim Son (Mt. Metal), Moc Son (Mt. Plant), Thuy Son (Mt. Water), Hoa Son (Mt. Fire), and Tho Son (Mt. Soil). It is located around 8km from the Danang City center...
 My Son Sanctuary - UNESCO World Heritage Site near Hoi An
My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works. They include temples and towers that connect to each other with complicated red brick designs. This was the place of worship of the Champa dynasty as well as the tomb of the Cham king or prince, the national interest. My Son is considered one of the main centers of Hindu temples in Southeast Asia...
Visiting the My Lai Village in Quang Ngai
We knnow it isn’t going to be an enjoyable day when you visit  My Lai village where was the site of the notorious incident known as the My Lai Massacre (Son My Massacre) ; when American soldiers killed over five-hundred civilians. But we feel it is necessary to recommend you about this place ! There’s so much to love and appreciate about modern Vietnamese culture, so much color and flavor,...
Dray Nur waterfall- the majestic waterfall in Central Highlands, Vietnam
Location : Serepok River, Kuop Hamlet, Dray Sap Commune, Krong Ana District, Dak Lak Province, about 25km to the south of Buon Me Thuot City Centre, riding along Highway 14.  Characteristics : Dray Nur is one of the most majestic waterfalls in Central Highlands,   length over 250m, height over 30m, spread about 150m.  Dray Nur Waterfall in the rain season   Dray Nur waterfall is midstream in the system of...
Ta Cu mountain with the longest reclining Buddha statue in Southeast Asia
Location - Located at Tan Lap Commune, Ham Thuan, Binh Thuan province - About 30 km to the southeast of Phan Thiet City. - About 45km to the Southeast of Muine Beach - 170km from Ho Chi Minh city The beauty of Ta Cu Mountain Ta Cu Mountain owns extremely breathtaking landscapes with green forests and the flowers blooming all the corners of forests; is perfect people who love nature...
The Hai Van Mountain Pass- One of the spectaculary coastal roads in the world
Hai Van Mountain Pass is located at the border of Thua Thien-Hue Province and Da Nang City, and known as a part of the Truong Son Range. Hai Van Mountain pass means Sea Clouds. It is the longest pass in Vietnam with a length of 21km. This is also considered the most beautiful and the most dangerous mountain pass Vietnam on the journey to the South to the North over 700...
Experience to travel to Muine, Vietnam
Overview of Muine Oddly enough, what most people call Mui Ne is not Mui Ne, it’s Ham Tien. Mui Ne Vietnam is a small fishing village about 8km away from the popular resort area of Ham Tien, the place people are referring to when they say Mui Ne. Ham Tien or Mui Ne either way you call it, has a sublime stretch of beach which is the best in the...
The Sand Dunes in Mui Ne
Mui Ne in Phan Thiet city, Binh Thuan province is not just famous for marvelous beaches with turquoise water and azure sky near luxury resorts, but also an enormous sand area stretching to Ninh Thuan. The nature here bestows a wonderful scenery in these Mui Ne sand dunes. If you are wondering for an amazing destination to reach this year, you should not ignore this place! The White Sand Dunes...
Da Lat - The city you should not miss in Vietnam
Overview of Da Lat city Da Lat  is the capital city of Lam Dong province, Vietnam.  Dalat city is 1.412km from Hanoi (1A Highway), Ho Chi Minh City  308km (20 Highway), Nha Trang (Khanh Hoa) 135km (27C Highway - Khanh Vinh pass), Mui Ne (Binh Thuan) 160km (28B Highway).  The first European to ‘discover’ Dalat was Dr Alexandre Yersin in 1893. The city was established in 1912 and quickly became...
Linh Phuoc pagoda (Dragon pagoda/Bottle Pagoda) in Da Lat, Vietnam
Far about 10 km from Dalat city center to the northeast, Linh Phuoc Pagoda is located at No. 120, Tu Phuoc, Trai Mat, ward 11, Dalat city, Lam Dong province, Vietnam. Linh Phuoc Pagoda was built in 1949 and completed its construction in 1950. Every wall, ceiling, pillar, Buddha, dragon and mythical creature in the pagoda are intricately inlaid with thousands of small pieces of broken glass, porcelain, terracotta and...
Crazy House in Dalat, Vietnam (Hằng Nga Guesthouse)
Dang Viet Nga, a Vietnamese architect and daughter of Truong Chinh; a Vietnamese communist political leader and theoretician received her PhD in architecture from the University of Moscow. She start building the Crazy House or Hằng Nga Guest House since 1990 and target to complete by 2020. Resembling Gaudi and Dali touch, perhaps those of Disney fairy tales too, Nga's design features odd and weird looking shapes, branches and trunks,...
Elephant Falls in Da Lat, Vietnam
Among the spectacular sights in and around Dalat , Elephant Falls are one of the most well-known destinations, included in the itinerary of many typical Easy Rider tours that route around the Central Highlands. Elephant waterfall is belonged to Nam Ban town, Lam Ha district, on the flow of Cam Ly stream. The fall is about 30km away from the city centre of Da Lat with 30m high and 40m...
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