As a northern central coastal province of Vietnam, Quang Binh is seen as a transitional area of culture from North to South and from East to West. It has been blessed with forests, sea, rivers and mountains with many green and clean landscapes. Up to the forests… Visitors will experience an adventurous and interesting trip when seeing the lively beauty of animals such as Vooc Ha Tinh, bears, tigers, sao la, large deer, white-tail blue pheasants and black comb blue pheasants. Particularly, Quang Binh boasts a vast young Karst area of Phong Nha Ke Bang – Him Nam No which is typical in

My Son sanctuary belongs to Duy Phu, Duy Xuyen district, the central province of Quang Nam, about 70 km southeast of Da Nang city and 40 km from Hoi An. The My Son sanctuary is located in a valley with 2 km in diameter, surrounded by hills and mountains in the 100-400 m high mountain range from eastern Truong Son mountain range via My Son to the Tra Kieu capital. My Son is a Hindu sanctuary of the kingdom of Champa. Each king, after ascending the throne, went to here to hold holy mass bleaching ceremony, offer gifts and build temples. It is an

Occupying the most important position in the Hue Imperial City, the Palace of Supreme Harmony houses the throne seated by thirteen Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty from Gia Long to Bao Dai. During Vietnam’s monarchy, the Emperor was considered the greatest lord. The palace was thus once the country’s center. Hue Imperial citadel was built in 1805. Improvement and large-scale restoration work took place twice in 1833 and 1923. It is almost square in shape, 2,400m in circumference and pierced on each side by an entrance: Noon Gate, Hoa Binh Gate, Hien Nhon Gate and Chuong Duc Gate Hue Imperial City, together with the Esplanade

In 1826, the 7th year of Minh Mang emperor reign, he ordered all the mandarins who were skilled in geomancy to find good land for the construction his tomb. It was only in 1840 that he could select the most satisfactory site and design for Minh Mang emperor as we see today. Mandarin Le Van Duc found the suitable site and was promoted two ranks. In April 1840, Minh Mang emperor visited the site and gave the mountainous area of Cam Ke the new name of Hieu Son. He then ordered two high- ran emperor mandarins: Truong Dang Que and Bui Cong Huyen,

Hoi An ancient town located in the lower section T-junction of the Thu Bon River in the central coastal province of Quang Nam, about 30 km south of Da Nang city. It used to be known in the international market with many different names such as Lam Ap, Faifo, Hoai Pho. As the only traditional Southeast Asian commercial port in Vietnam which was very rare in the world. Hoi An ancient town still preserves nearly all over 1,000 architectural relics such as streets, buildings, assembly halls, temples and pagodas, shrines, ancient wells and tombs… These architectures not only bear the traditional art

Thua Thien Hue located in the central region, Hue is blessed with a diversified terrain and stunning landscapes. Historical ups and downs of an imperial capital city also help to form a romantic Hue. You and I well know that Hue is recognized as the world’s cultural heritage. The city’s 700-year development history left many untouched heritages and relic sites. You may feel moved when standing in front of majesty tombs such as Hue citadel, and Tu Duc, Khai Dinh and Minh Mang tombs. – Joining Hue city tour to explore these monument complex. You really harmonize with the environment