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Thanh Hoa Province
Thanh Hoa is 150km from Hanoi, 60km from Ninh Binh, and 139km from Vinh (Nghe An). the province has annual average temperature of 24.5C. Rainy season often begins in June and ends in October.

 

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  • Sam Son Beach
  • Ben En National Park
  • Cam Luong Fish Spring
  • Ho Citadel and Lam Kinh Remains
  • Bich Dao Grotto

Nghe An Province
Nghe An is a large province in the central part of Vietnam, 291km from Hanoi, 368km from Hue, and 468km from Danang. The annual average temperature varies between 23C and 24C. Nghe An marks the starting point of the Heritage route in the central part, and the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail. In addition, it is also the starting point of the tourist route following the east-west corridor, connecting Vinh Laos Thailand through Highway No. 8. Nature has endowed Nghe An with beautiful landscapes for tourism development.

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Ha Tinh Province
Ha Tinh is located on the Northern Central of Vietnam, 341km from Hanoi. The annual average temperature is 23.7C. The province has many special internal tourism places ecologically, historically, culturally, namely. Coming there, visitor do not forget make tour to some of handicrafts villages such as Van Cham, Minh Long iron, Duc Lam cooper,  Cam Trang pottery, Thai Yen wood, Ha silt, Ho cloth. Apart of that, tourists can follow National Road No. 8 passing Cau Treo Border Gate to Laos, Thailand and other ASEAN countries...

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  • Dong Loc Road Junction
  • Xuan Thanh, Thien Cam, Thach Hai or Deo Con
  • Son Kim Hot Spring
  • Vu Quang National Park, Ke Go reservoir, Hong Linh Mountain

Dak Lak Province
Dak Lak Province is in Central Highland in 400 - 800m high above sea, 183km from Nha Trang, 180km from Pleiku, 352km from Ho Chi Minh City, 200km from Dalat, and 1,390km from Hanoi. Buon Ma Thuot Airport is 10km from the city centre. There are daily flights from Danang and Ho Chi Minh City. Annual average temperature is 24C. There are beautiful and famous waterfalls and primitive forests. Traditional culture of Dak Lak is very plentiful and really attractive, especially historians, culturists, phonetics.

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Dak Nong Province
Dak Nong Province is surrounded by Dak Lak Province, Lam Dong Province, Binh Phuoc Province and Cambodia. Gia Nghia Town is 245km from Ho Chi Minh City, 179km from Phan Thiet (Binh Thuan) and 125km from Buon Ma Thuot (Dak Lak). The average temperature is 24C. Dak Nong is suitable for tourists who like discovering superb natural fall scenery.

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Quang Nam Province
Quang Nam Province is located in the middle of Vietnam, 860km from Hanoi, 947km from Ho Chi Minh City, and 108km from Hue City. The annual average temperature is 25C. Experiencing the ups and downs over the years, Quang Nam still preserves the unique historical and cultural remains of the past along with rich human values. The province possesses 120km of coastline stretching form Dien Ngoc to Dung Quat with many beautiful, clean and deserted beaches. Hoi An Ancient Town and My Son Cham Towers have been recognized as World Cultural Heritage since 12/1999.

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Danang City
Danang City is located in middle of Central Vietnam, separated from Laos by the western Truong Son Mountains, 108km from Hue, 130km from Quang Ngai, 763km from Hanoi, and 947km from Ho Chi Minh City. Danang is located in the zone of typical tropical monsoon, temperate and equable climate, average temperature is about 26C. Danang is an ancient land, closely related with the Sa Huynh cultural traditions. Many imposing, palaces, towers, temples, citadels and ramparts, the vestiges from 1st to 13th are still to be seen in Cham Museum. Danang has other various interesting attractions.

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Quang Binh Province
Located in North-Central Vietnam. Dong Hoi City is 491km from Hanoi, 94km from Dong Ha, 166km from Hue, and 197km from Vinh. Quang Binh has Cha Lo Border Gate in Minh Hoa District to Laos. Quang Binh is famous for many charming landscape of mountain and sea. The coast is dotted with blue water, yellow sand beaches that sparkle under forests of green willow trees. Quang Binh preserves objects from Bau Tro Remains, Hoa Binh and Dong Son culture.

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Quang Tri Province
Located on North - Central Vietnam. Dong Ha Town is 74km from Hue City, 80km from Lao Bao Border crossing, 94km from Dong Hoi (Quang Binh Province), 190km from Danang, 598km from Hanoi. Annual average temperature is 24C. Quang Tri preserves many remains from the anti- American resistance war. Tourists are able to take interesting holiday. The beach has sparkling clean water, silky sand and soft breeze, the whisper made by the rows of casuarinas trees. It is very pleasant to go on boat down stream on the Ben Hai River and admire the beautiful landscapes.

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Thua Thien-Hue Province
Located in the Centre of Vietnam, 658km from Hanoi, 1,080km from Ho Chi Minh City, 108km from Danang. Thua Thien-Hue offers very diversified and beautiful landscapes. Nature and human beings create a harmoniously beauty. The province provides a well-balanced blend of royal heritage and folk culture. As a matter of fact, tourists discover dozens of handicraft villages, with annual festivals that are painstakingly organized. Hue Citadel has been recognized as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO since December 1993, Hue Royal Musical (Nha nhac) has been declared as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage since November 2003.

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Quang Ngai Province
Quang Ngai City is 100km from Hoi An, 131km from Danang, 174km from Qui Nhon, 238km from Hue, 860km from Ho Chi Minh City, and 889km from Hanoi. Annual average temperature is 26C. Quang Ngai is famous for the cultural vestiges and the beauty of landscapes.

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Binh Dinh Province
Binh Dinh is located on the coast of Central Vietnam. Quy Nhon is 174km from Quang Ngai, 186km from Pleiku, 223km from Buon Ma Thuot, 238km from Nha Trang, 304km from Danang and 677km from Ho Chi Minh City. The long coast with many coves and lochs makes many beautiful spots and beaches. Binh Dinh is famous as the centre of the old Sa Huynh Culture. It used to be established as one of the capital cities of the former Cham Kingdom for a long period.

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Phu Yen Province
Phu Yen shares border with Binh Dinh, Khanh Hoa, Dak Lak, Gia Lai provinces and East Sea. Tuy Hoa City is 120km from Nha Trang. Phu Yen has beautiful landscapes following:


 

  • Bac Deo Ca Natural Reservoir
  • Krong Trai National Reservoir
  • Go Thi Thung Vestige
  • Tu Quang Pagoda

Khanh Hoa Province
Khanh Hoa Province is a coastal province of South Central Vietnam, with more than 200 islands offshore. Khanh Hoa has a tropical monsoon climate with an average temperature of 26.5C. Khanh Hoa has been deeply marked by the strong ancient culture of the Cham. Until today, Champa Kingdom has left an invaluable inheritance of ruins and historical sites to visit. Khanh Hoa is endowed with beautiful natural sites and plenty of historical vestiges, wonderful sceneries.

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Gia Lai Province
Gia Lai is located in the Central Highlands. It shares the border with Kon Tum, Dak Lak,  Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen provinces and Cambodia. Pleiku is 186km from Quy Nhon, 197km from Buon Ma Thuot, and 550km from Ho Chi Minh City. The annual average temperature varies between 21 and 25C. Visitors have a change to discover many impressive, poetic scenes.

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Kontum Province
Kontum is on Central Highlands. It shares border with Laos, Cambodia, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and Gia Lai Provinces. Kontum is 246km from Buon Ma Thuot, 215km from Quy Nhon, 49km from Pleiku. Annual average temperature is 23.4C. Coming to Kontum, visitors enjoy mountainous landscapes and beautiful wooden stilt houses in Ba Na villages and Communal House (Nha Rong) that only be found in villages on the north of the Central Highlands.

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  • Ngok Linh Mountain
  • Chu Mon Ray Primitive Forest
  • Dak Tre Tourist Site
  • Dak To Hot Spring

Binh Thuan Province
Binh Thuan Province is located on coast of South Central Vietnam. Binh Thuan has many forests so that wood, cashew nut processing and handicraft are strong point of province. The long coast-side is convenient for sea economy such as fish catching, salt and fish sauce processing, frozen seafood. Binh Thuan attracts tourists by lovely landscapes. The mountains lie from west to east and reach beautiful beaches.

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Lam Dong Province
Located in the Central Highlands region, 70% of its area is covered in forest. The range of the average annual temperature is 16C 23C. The unique tourism of Lam Dong Province is made from the combination of topographical, climatic and hydrographical factors. Together with its forests and regional flora and fauna, Lam Dong offers distinctive scenery with many picturesque lakes, falls, hills and pine forests.

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Ninh Thuan Province
Located in South-Central Coast, Ninh Thuan shares border with Khanh Hoa, Lam Dong, Binh Thuan Provinces and East Sea. Phan Rang Thap Cham Town is 105km from Nha Trang, 110km from Dalat, 350km from Ho Chi Minh City. Ninh Thuan belongs to tourism triangles: Dalat Nha Trang Phan Rang. Ninh Thuan has characters culture of Cham ethnic.

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