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The ten most beautiful places in Vietnam

 The ten most beautiful places in Vietnam have been chosen by the Global Grasshopper, a travel site for tourists in search of experiences out of the ordinary.

1. Son Tra Peninsula, an ideal destination

Son Tra

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Located ten 10 km north-east of the center of the city of Da Nang (Centre), the Son Tra peninsula covers 60 km². It houses many beautiful attractions, including beautiful deserted beaches such as Bac, Nam Phat. On site, visitors can swim as much as they want in these waters a rare clarity. There are countless opportunities to watch the sunrise or sunset over the sea and you can also admire the majestic beauty of the mountains and the forest, not far away on the island chi. At the top, you can see the city of Da Nang and white sand beaches and turquoise waters.


2. The mausoleums of the Nguyen Dynasty

Tombeau Khai Dinh

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Located along the Perfume River in Hue City (Centre), the mausoleums of emperors Minh Mang, Khai Dinh, Tu Duc, Thieu Tri and Dong Khanh always attract more visitors. Their architecture is typical of the region, with religious inscriptions, Artwork meticulous and beautiful royal gardens. One of these mausoleums stands out because it is the synthesis of Western techniques and Eastern traditions. The latter, dedicated to Emperor Khai Dinh, is backed by a hill. Through its unparalleled patterns, mosaics china and crystal, it is often considered the most beautiful sites ...

3. Phu Quôc island

Ile Phu Quoc

 

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Located 50 minutes flight from Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Quoc (Kien Giang province), is sometimes referred to by tourists' paradise of Asia "or" the precious pearl of Asia ". This island has several streams and lush flora primitive. Its pristine beaches are the delight of all those who dream of rest. This is the perfect place to end a trip in an infinite tranquility while still under the spell of Vietnam through visits opulent tropical forests and fishing villages on the island.


4. Mekong delta


Delta du Mekong

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It is a naturally rich region with several national parks and nature reserves, some of which are recognized as world biosphere reserves. It is home to many islands with tourism potential  preferring to leave the beaten track. Visitors also have the pleasure of discovering the lives of their travails. We never tire of admiring the landscape.


5. Tram Tôn Pass


le col Tram Ton

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Sapa (Lao Cai province) is one of Vietnam's most magnificent sites. Magical combination of rural landscapes, ethnic cultures and fresh mountain air. You can visit the various minorities and isolated rice bearings villages. If you go to Sapa, you will pass by the Tram Ton Pass. Located on the northern side of Fansipan, 15km from Sapa and 1900 m above sea level, is the highest pass in Vietnam.


6. Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

 

Parc Phong Nha- Ke Bang

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The National Park Phong Nha-Ke Bang (Quang Binh Centre) has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Reserve. Covering an area of over 200,000 hectares, the National Park Phong Nha-Ke Bàng includes numerous caves and beautiful caves, archaeological sites, historical relics and tropical forest of unparalleled biodiversity. The forest is home to 751 uncommon plant species, including 36 species listed in the Red Book of Vietnam. Not to mention 381 species consisting of mammals, birds, reptiles fish.

7. Ha Long Bay


La baie Halong

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Located in Quang Ninh province (North), the Ha Long Bay has been recognized both by UNESCO as world heritage both for its aesthetic, geological and geomorphological features values. It is also one of the seven New Wonders of the World. It has about 2,000 islands and islets, forming a spectacular coastal landscape made ​​of limestone pillars.


8. One pillar pagoda

Pagode au pilier unique

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Located in the center of the capital Hanoi, the One Pillar Pagoda (Chua Mot Cot) was built in 1049 under the Ly Dynasty. Formerly called Dien Huu (meaning lasting happiness in Vietnamese), the pagoda was to bring longevity to the second King Ly. Built entirely of wood, it rests on a stone pillar 1.25 m in diameter. Because of its shape, it evokes a lotus flower perched atop its stem, a symbol of purity.

9. Da Dia stone formation

Da Dia

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Located in the town of Ninh Dong, Phu Yen province (Center), Da Dia rock formations have strange crags, juxtaposed in the form of stars. Go to Da Dia is quite difficult, because it is still wild.but visitors are welcome. Da Dia rocks have been classified by the Ministry of Culture and Information as national heritage sites.


10. The ancient capital of Hue

Ancienne capitale de Hue

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UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site, the former imperial capital where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled is one of Vietnam's most visited sites. The main attractions of Hue are historical monuments. The old city, including temples, palaces and ancient walls, is worth seeing. The Palace of Supreme Peace (Thai Hoa) and Residence longevity (cung Truong Sinh) are the two buildings whose architecture is more refined. You should also visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, the oldest of the ancient imperial capital. Hue gathers to itself all the traditional cultural and art forms of Vietnam.


 

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