Tips: Some Interesting Tourist Sites In Vietnam

  • Phan Rang

345 km north of HCMC and 6 hours by car.

Sightseeing: a town on the way of interesting tourist sites: Cham vestiges and Cham traditional handicraft villages producing terracotta and weaving brocade.

Facilities & services: tourist class hotels and restaurants.

  • Phan Thiet

200 km north of HCMC and 6 hours by car.

Sightseeing: a new holiday destination with white sandy beaches and Mui Ne sand dunes (22 km from Phan Thiet), beach resorts, Cham vestiges, famous fish sauce workshops.

Facilities & services: camping sites, international standard resorts, hotels and restaurants.

  • Qui Nhon

The central province 310 km from Da Nang, 690 km north of HCMC, 1 hour by plane and 12 hours by train from HCMC.

Sightseeing: a small coastal town between Nha Trang and Danang with beautiful and interesting Cham towers. The Tay Son Museum, 60 km from Qui Nhon, displays relics of the Tay Son rebellion in the 18th century and presents a lively martial art show.

Facilities & services: tourist class hotels and restaurants.

  • Tay Ninh

99 km from HCMC, 2 hours by car, a town near the Cambodian border. Tay Ninh is the headquarter of the Cao Dai sect. Their beliefs are an odd mix of Buddism, Taoism and confucianism. The temple’s architecture is as bizarre as the sect, whose patron saints include Joan of Aec, Victor Hugo, and Winston Churchill.

Sightseeing: The Cao Dai Holy See temple, a place of pilgrimage of Caodaism, a unique religious cult in southern Vietnam, cable car ride to the 280-meter-high Mount Black Lady, which used to be a staging area of the National Liberation Front and a US relay station.

Facilities & services: tourist class restaurants, hotels and mountain cable cars.

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