World Heritage Sites in Vietnam
During the journey through Vietnam, visitors have the opportunity to visit UNESCO heritage Trang An, Thien Duong cave, Hue Citadel and Hoi An ancient town.
Trang An is the first mixed world heritage site of Vietnam recognized by UNESCO. There are 48 caves here, many of which are 2 km long cross-water caves connecting with 31 lakes and lagoons.
Arriving in Trang An, you should cross 486 stone steps to go to Dance Cave for a beautiful view. From here, you will admire the charming natural painting, the rice fields and the boats slowly waving on the gentle meandering river.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh) was recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage in accordance with geological and geomorphological criteria in 2003. In which, Thien Duong cave was evaluated by the Royal Cave Association as The longest dry cave in Asia, one of the greatest caves ever surveyed in the world.
The cave is more than 31.4 km long and 30 to 100 m wide, and the widest place is up to 150 m. The height from the bottom to the cave ceiling is about 60 to 80 m. Magnificent stalagmite and stalactite system.
The ancient capital complex of Hue was built from the early 19th century to the first half of the 20th century between the old capital. The complex is recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage in 1993. Outstanding in which there are three citadels: the Citadel, the Imperial City and the Forbidden City, arranged across a south-north axis.
Hoang Thanh is an important project, including many areas such as the defense area, the area of the celebration, the area of the shrine … placed in the middle of the vast natural space. Over nearly 2 centuries and witnessing many important historical events of the nation, Ngo Mon Gate still exists over time, is considered an excellent ancient architecture.
In 2018, Hue Monuments Conservation Center and Vietravel officially opened the event “Light up the Ky Dai”. The program not only honors and preserves the historical value of the monument, but also contributes to creating a night-time attraction for ancient capital tourism.
Hoi An was established in the sixteenth century. Today, this place is still quite intact the harbor relics, old town, row house, family church, temple, temple, Chinese assembly hall, tomb. The most unique is the Japanese Bridge.
Hoi An aims to develop bicycle city. Since mid-2019, Hoi An has implemented a state-of-the-art public-sharing bicycle system. All bicycles are equipped with GPS navigation and a QR code unlocking system through the QIQ global application on mobile phones.
Walking around the old town by bicycle is safe, convenient and environmental protection. You can easily sneak through small alleys to feel the ancient, peaceful features.
According to Vietravel
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