DMZ in Vietnam has become an icon of a war zone in Vietnam that attracts millions of visitors, especially veterans and history buffs.Hien Luong Bridge on Ben Hai River divided the North and the South Vietnam with the 17th Parallel during the war time, and separated many local Vietnamese families as the Geneva Agreement signed in 1954.The temporary division was expected to last for only two years, but then it remained for 21 years until the national reunification in 1975.To memorize this legendary Hien Luong bridge, the reunification monuments, propaganda war remnants and memorials were built on both banks of Ben Hai river which are now the important historical relics of Quang Tri Province.Visitors can stop by a small museum here to learn more about the history and the significance of Hien Luong bridge in the past.Located on the coast 37 kilometres north of Dong Ha town, the complex of Vinh Moc tunnel is the remains of a coastal village, and were built to shelter locals from the American bombing.The complex included wells, kitchens, study and healthcare spaces for more than sixty families who lived and worked in three levels of tunnels running for almost 2 kilometres.
For many people, Da Nang is the city whether they have visited many times, however, once they come back it still attracts and makes them to love the city as the first time.
The first time you reach Danang city from Hue along National Highway and on Hai Van Pass where offer the wonderful view of ocean, beach and forest plus the spectacular windy road.
This first impression which makes everyone love it when choose Da nang travel for experience.
It is wonderful to choose Danang beach for relaxing on summer holiday to enjoy its fresh atmosphere and leisure to get new engine for new days.
And it also makes you surprise as well as put many questions why many people come to Da Nang and most of them love this city very much.
By old Cafe shop although it has nothing special, it attracts local people come here for a morning cup of coffee since 4 am just because of its old feeling.
Hoi An is a historic city in Vietnam that has been largely untouched by the outside world.Beside the Ancient town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, many people forget that there are plenty of unique things to be seen and done in the vicinity surrounding Hoi An.If you are wondering about what to do beyond Hoi An, why not take fishing and farming tour in Hoi An?A fascinating journey into the local villages where you gain insight into everyday life.In addtion to Hoi An Ancient town central area, most of villagers at Hoi An waterland earn their living by fishing, the remainder making boats, nets or opening small material and grocery stores.Follow the random pathways in the Hoi An countryside, you will have chance to see the life on the water of fisherman, watch them work and learn fishing in mostly the traditional techniques.There are two mainly ways of fish catching that you can experience from the localshere: casting nets - the net is caste or thrown by hand so that it can spreads out on the water and sinks, then fish are stucked on the nets.Or other way is using the large nets strung to bamboo rods hang down over the river, then be dropped and picked up for fish.
If you fall in love with Hoi An, a special highlight for you is walking and street food tour in Hoi An where you can discover both rich cuisine and unique architectural works.While Vietnam is in top of the world culinary paradises, Hoi An is a big producer of street foods.There are three reasons to visit Hoi An as the top culinary selection – Banh Mi, Com Ga and Mi Quang which are all local people’s meals.It’s a pity to visit Vietnam without one time trying “Banh Mi”.Banh Mi is a Vietnamese-style baguette with a variety of ingredients and probably one of the best sandwiches in the world.There are different types of Banh Mi – sometimes with chicken, with pork, pate and vegetables.You can find two most famous places for Banh Mi in Hoi An are Banh Mi Phuong and Banh Mi Madam Khanh.Vietnam is a country of noodles.This dish is a mixture of thick rice noodles, vegetables, little broth, topping with eggs, pork, shrimp, grilled peanuts and some spices.
The heart of Vietnam is home to many of UNESCO world heritage sites.On the journey of Vietnam heritage discovery, you cannot miss Hoi An – My Son Sanctuary tour because of hidden treasures that they give.Lie on the banks of the poetic Thu Bon River, with a short distance outside of Da Nang, Hoi An was a bustling international trading port for South East Asian merchants from Japan, China, and the Western countries during the 17th and 18th centuries.Visit Hoi An, the first image in your eyes are typical yellow walls and bright lanterns dangle from buildings lining the Thu Bon River.Hoi An is beautiful not only because of ancient historic buildings but also street corners which touch people's hearts.Hoi An is quiet at the day time, but it comes alive and sparkles in the evening.Strolling through the narrow streets of the Old Town, smelling the fragrance of aloe wood and listening to the melodious lyrics around you make you feel relaxed and more enamored with Hoi An.Just 40km from Hoi An, you can easily find My Son Sanctuary, the amazing complex of ancient Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 14th centuries which is considered as a “mini Angkor Wat” in Vietnam.Located in a narrow valley, surrounded by mountain ranges and green jungle, My Son is well-preserved as the only evidence remaining of a thriving era and the glorious history of the Champa Empire.My Son was the religious and political center of the Champa Kingdom.
Covering an area of 22,000 hectares with the peak at the altitude of 1450 meters above sea level, Bach Ma National Park is one of the largest nature reserves in Vietnam and offers visitors a lot of beautiful natural landscapes to discover with fascinating outdoor activities.
From Hai Vong Dai, you can do a trek down the mountain, look for the direction sign and follow the Ngu Ho trail to reach Ngu Ho (the Five Lakes).
It is a group of five beautiful lakes located close to each other but at different heights.
Continue on the forest path for an hour to get to the top of Do Quyen waterfall (Rhododendron waterfall) - the most impressive waterfall of Bach Ma National Park.
The waterfall was named Do Quyen because there are many rhododendron flowers growing around the waterfall.
In spring, from March to April, rhododendrons are in full bloom with bright red color embellishing the beauty of this majestic waterfall.