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The memorial house of Scholar Phan Chau Trinh

This house is a place where Scholar Phan Chu Trinh used to spend his childhood. He was born in 1872 and died in 1926 in Sai Gon after years of joining volutionary activities. Phan Chu Trinh was the prime mover of Duy Tan Movement, and a brilliant example of patriotism and heroic spirit of struggling View more

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Dhroong community-based tourism village

With a population of more than 300 residents, Dhroong village still retains the distinctive cultural features of Co Tu people such as traditional food and drinks, many houses on stilts, Tung Tung Za Za dance, brocade weaving and rattan weaving. The village landscape is beautiful with cool climate all the year round. Activities: – Visiting View more

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Bho Hoong community-based tourism village

Bho Hoong cultural village has become an attractive destination for tourists. There are about 600 people in the village, most of them are Co Tu ethnic group and more than 50% of households do traditional brocade weaving and rattan knitting. This place still preserves the unique cultural features of Co Tu people such as Ly View more

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Quyet Thang tea farm

Coming to Quyet Thang farm, tourists will be immersed in an immense green tea gardens and observe green tea gardens, and enjoy fragrant cups of green tea-flavored of special tea in Dong Giang mountain. This tranquil place lies between the sea and mountains offers relaxing climate all over the year. Activities: – Outdoor trip – View more

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Ngoc Linh ginseng garden

Ngoc Linh Ginseng is one of the many rare medicinal herbs that naturally occur in Vietnam. Growing on Mount Ngoc Linh at an elevation of 2,578 metres, this perennial plant, with a height from 40cm to 100cm, is classified as one of the five species of ginseng that have a high medicinal content. With a View more

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Dong Duong Tower

One of the most important archeological sites of the Cham, Dong Duong was built in 875 under the dynasty of King Indravaman II, and became the center of Buddhism for the Kingdom of Champa. Archeological research and evidence indicates that Dong Duong was the most important Buddhist site in Champa, and one of the most View more

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“Tien An” bat cave

This cave system is a natural masterpiece of limestone, and consists of an upper and lower cave. This magical world is also an ideal shelter for numerous fruit and insect eating bats, which frequently appear to delight visitors. Activities: – Outdoor trip. – Visiting Loc Yen ancient village.

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Lo Thung rock, Grang river

This place is referred to as “The Mysterious Stone Kingdom” for the hundreds of bizarre stone shapes that stretch for 01 km along the river. The odd shapes of these water worn natural monuments make one feel as if they are walking among grindstones and footprints, left behind by Giants millennia ago. Activities: – Outdoor View more

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Some typical relics of the ancient town of Hoi An

Japanese Covered Bridge – A Symbol of Hoi An. Japanese Covered bridge was constructed in the early 17th century by Japanese merchants in Hoi An. The bridge is 18m long and is built over a small canal that connects to Hoai river. The bridge was provided with an arch- shaped roof which was skilfully carved View more

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Co Tu Traditional Village

Located on 5 hilltop hectares, this village bears the characteristics of the community culture of the Co Tu people. The village has been replicated precisely by the skilled hands of CoTu traditional craftsman. It consists of one Guoi house, one long house, and 10 stilt houses which symbolize the 10 communes of the district. Activities: View more

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