Son Doong, a 3-million-year-old cave in the central part of Vietnam, is now the world’s biggest cave. Its inner ecosystem with underground river, rich vegetation and millions of years old stalactites create an overwhelming stunning beauty.
Dong Van stone plateau in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has been recognized by UNESCO as a global geological park. Many fossil specimens found in the plateau date from 400 to 600 million years.
Cat Ba Island with long white sand-banks and blue sea
Hanoi Opera House is located on August Revolution Square with the architecture of theaters in southern France. It is both a cultural space and a place to mark many significant events of Vietnam.
Experiencing the rise and fall of history, Hoi An ancient town attracts visitors with thoughtful roofs, ancient wooden houses and colorful lanterns.
The cable cars with an average height of 45 meters above the sea level brings a unique travel experience in the paradise island of Nha Trang.
Floating market in Can Tho with boats full of fruits and specialties of the Mekong River Delta
Phu Quoc is known as a pearl island which has the world’s most beautiful neglected beaches, green tropical trees and high-grade seafood./.