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Hue Imperial Citadel

Hue Imperial Citadel was built from 1805 to 1832 by King Gia Long. The whole citadel is balanced on an axis running from north to south.


Ho Citadel - Thanh Hoa Province

Ho Citadel was built in 1397 by Ho Quy Ly and the Ho Family. When ascending the throne in 1400, Ho Quy Ly moved the capital city of Vietnam from Dong Kinh (Hanoi) to Vinh Loc Thanh Hoa in a defensive move against the political situations in Vietnam and threats of invasion from the north...


Hang Be Market - Hanoi

The Hang Be Market is nestled smack in the heart of the Old Quarter of Hanoi, 5 minutes walk from the Hoan Kiem Lake. Hang Be Market offers all kinds of goods that might be of need by the people of the Old Quarter of Hanoi.

Thung Nang - Ninh Binh

Thung Nang of Ninh Binh Province is a flooded area adjacent to Tam Coc and close to Bich Dong. While Tam Coc is flanked by rice fields and has more activities, Thung Nang is a pristine and untouched area. There's not much human activities here, only a few people fishing in the wild area...To get to Thung Nang, you'll travel for 1km from Tam Coc on the way to Bich Dong Pagoda. The rowing boat trip at Thung Nang is about 2hours 15 minutes.



Ham Rong Bridge - Thanh Hoa

Ham Rong Bridge of Thanh Hoa Province, 163km south of Hanoi, was considered to be one of the symbols of the Vietnamese resilience during the war. Ham Rong Bridge was the only bridge across the Ma River ensuring the flow of man-force and war materials by road from North into South Vietnam.