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Destination Vietnam / Northern Cental Area

                               
                                   Huế Ancient
 

 
  Phong Nha - Kẻ Bàng


HUẾ ANCIENT CAPITAL
 



Hue ancient capital

 

Hue is the provincial capital of Thua Thien Hue province, which is 685km South of Hanoi. Hue used to be the capital of 9 Nguyen Lords of the Southern Region in nearly 400 years (1558-1945), the capital of Tay Son Dynasty and then the capital of 13 reigns of Nguyen Dynasty. Tangible and intangible cultural heritages, which represent Vietnam’s intellect and soul, are located in Hue. Hue’s cultural vestige complex was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hue has hundreds of temples and pagodas (tens of them were built 300 years ago) and is the Buddhism center of the country. Besides shrines and tombs, Hue also has picturesque landscapes with Huong (Perfume) River, Ngu Mountain. The city is also peaceful and romantic with Vong Canh Hill from which one can get a view of the whole city.  Beautiful Lang Co beach with blue water… Hue’s royal ceremonial music is also a famous World’s intangible cultural heritage.
 

 
                                                  PHONG NHA - KẺ BÀNG

                                         
 



Phong Nha – Ke Bang

 

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is located in districts Quang Ninh, Bo Trach, Tuyen Hoa and Minh Hoa of Quang Binh province. It is 50km Northwest of Dong Hoi city and 500km South of Hanoi capital. The National Park has core parkland with an area of 85,754 ha, and a buffer zone of 195,000 ha. This National Park was established to protect one of the world’s two largest karst areas with 300 grottos and to preserve the North Truong Son eco-system in the Northern Central of Vietnam. The Park is characterized by limestone tectonics, 300 grottos and caves, underground rivers and the rare faunal and floral systems listed in Vietnam Red Book and World Red Book. The total length of grottos and caves is up to 80km but only 20km has been explored. The Phong Nha grotto holds the records of the longest water grotto, the highest and longest grotto entrance, the largest and most beautiful sand and stone beach; the nicest underground lake, the most superb and miraculous stalactite system, the longest underground river of Vietnam and the world’s largest and most beautiful dry/waterless grotto

 

 


 

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