Famous Landmarks in Vietnam you need to visit


A holiday to Vietnam is a bucket list trip and you’ll want to see the best Vietnam landmarks, historical sites and natural beauty this incredible country has to offer.

The temple is said to be the first university in Vietnam, originally dedicated in 1070 to the teachings of Confucius and is a top landmark building in Vietnam.

The Temple of Literature, Hanoi

The One Pillar Pagoda temple rises from a single pillar in the centre of a lotus pond and is said to represent a lotus flower growing up out of the water.

The One Pillar Pagoda, Hanoi

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of Hanoi’s most imposing buildings and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam’s capital city.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Hanoi

Sits in the Gulf of Tonkin and is one of the new seven natural wonders of the world. Ha Long Bay translates to Bay of the Descending Dragon and the scenery is stunning.

Halong Bay

Hue was the imperial capital of Vietnam’s Nguyen dynasty between 1802 and 1945 and sits at the mouth of the Perfume River.

The Imperial City Hue

The mausoleum looks unassuming from the outside, but the interior is impressive and the view across the hills over the tree-canopy is stunning.

Khai Dinh’s Tomb

Seven represents the sacred number in Vietnam Buddhism. On the seventh floor behind a locked door is a golden Buddha statue.

Thien Mu Pagoda

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