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Vietnam travel historical sites

Vietnam travel royal tourism offers a various collections of tours, from overland adventures to private escorted tours, we’ve lots of wonderful Vietnam Royal Tourism holidays for you to choose from, speak or email to one of our highly trained consultants who can advise you of the best tour to suit your requirements. Laos is the least populated area in Vietnam of the Indochinese countries, and perhaps the most beautiful. For quite some times a little visited destination, Laos is one of the most scenically and culturally rewarding holiday experiences in Vietnam. Mountains, jungles and the Mekong River dominate the landscape. Devoutly Buddhist and largely undeveloped, Laos offers travellers an opportunity to experience rich traditions, natural beauty and a sense of Vietnam as it once was. Your journeys to this intriguing country include time in Luang Prabang – a perfectly preserved blend of rustic colonial architecture and gilded monasteries – and in the laid back waterside capital city, Vientiane. Discover the “Land of a Million Elephants” with Vietnam Royal Tourism.

Son la former prison

French colonization period has been over for a long time, but a huge number of traces still exist as memory keepers for one of the darkest period in the history of Vietnam. Among these historical relics, Son La Prison is regarded as one of the most famous places, with a no less notorious name “Hell on Earth” to describe the frightened brutality of French colonialists to Vietnamese prisoners who were held and tortured in this prison.

St Joseph cathedral

Saint Joseph Cathedral, is located at Nha Chung Street, Hanoi, is a Roman Catholic cathedral with neo- gothic style, which was built about 120 years ago. It was built by the ancient colonialist who took control of Vietnam the better part of those gone years.

Hue shrine of literature

As you make arrangements for a Vietnam travel, you can’t afford to miss to visit this place. In Hue, the old capital of Vietnam, the shrine of Literature (so-called Van Mieu Hue or Van Thanh) magnificently lies on the bank of Perfume River, to the west of the Citadel, just 1km from respected Linh Mu pagoda.

The flag tower in Hanoi.

Hanoi Flag Tower is about roughly 200 years of age since it was built is renowned as one of the symbols of Hanoi. Its construction began in the early year of 1805 and the construction ended in the year of 1812, the 11th year of Gia Long time, Nguyen dynasty, five years after construction time of Flag Tower in Hue.

Bao dai palace

Da Lat, the city of love, not only attracts tourists because of its charming landscape, comfortable weather but also the number of French architectures, typically the antique villas. Located some 2.5 km south from the heart of the city, Bao Dai’s Summer Palace is a must-visit villa for almost all travelers who seek a Vietnam travel documents.

Old house of tan ky

Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the Old Quarter of Hoi An Ancient Town, Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town. The name Tan Ky, meaning “Progress Shop”, was given to the house by the second generation to express the owner’s wish for a prosperous business.

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