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Phung Hung House

This historic landmark has housed more than eight generations of Vietnamese families over the past 200 years. Built in 1780, rare-wood columns give this ...  Read more

Quan Cong Temple

The Chinese general, Quan Cong, was known for his loyalty, sense of justice, integrity and compassion. So it makes sense that one of Hoi An’s most magnificent ...  Read more

Reunification Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

The Reunification Palace is an important site of political and cultural significance, built by the French in 1868 to mark the newly established colony of ...  Read more

Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

The Gothic twin bell towers of this classic cathedral stretch high into the skyline, marking this as a destination for those looking to escape the buzz of Ho ...  Read more

Saigon Opera House

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

East meets west at this stunning example of French Colonial architecture in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The gleaming white municipal theater, which is home ...  Read more

Saigon River

4.5 star rating: Recommended 179 Reviews

As a main water supply, the Saigon River is critically important to the residents of Ho Chi Minh City. Spend a few days in Ho Chi Minh, and you’ll discover ...  Read more

Saigon Skydeck

The high-speed elevator inside the Bitexco Financial Center skyrockets travelers up 49 floors to a glass observation deck ribbed with neon lights that give ...  Read more

Sapa

The capital of Sa Pa District in the Lao Cai province of Vietnam, Sapa and its surroundings are home to eight cultural minorities, including H'mong, Dao, Tay, ...  Read more

Sung Sot Cave (Cave of Surprises)

What many visitors may not know about UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay, just outside of Hanoi, is that the bay itself isn’t the area’s only attraction. ...  Read more

Tam Coc

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Located along the Ngo Dong River in northern Vietnam, Tam Coc -- or “three caves” -- is home to some of the country’s most dramatic landscapes. Similar to ...  Read more

Tan Ky House

If Hoi An is where old Vietnam meets new, then Tan Ky House is the city’s nod to its most idyllic past. This well-preserved 18th century private home allows ...  Read more

Temple of Literature (Quoc Tu Giam)

4 star rating: Recommended 42 Reviews

The Temple of Literature (or Quoc Tu Giam) was originally built as a Confucian Temple in 1070 AD. Six years later on the same grounds was founded Vietnam's ...  Read more

Thai Hoa Palace

Situated in the Forbidden City, just inside the Citadel’s entryway, this palace was constructed in 1805 and first used for the emperor’s coronation in 1806.  ...  Read more

Thang Long Water Puppet Theater

Don't leave Hanoi without seeing a Thang Long Water Puppet Theater show. These musical stories portrayed are of historical legends and folk tales. These ...  Read more

The Citadel (Dai Noi)

Constructed in 1804, this massive fortress designed for the Gia Long Emperor, is surrounded by a zigzag moat and defensive barrier that’s 21 meters thick. But ...  Read more

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