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The natural, cultural and historical heritage of Vietnam has developed as a result of two key factors; the impact of its geographic location and the forces of lengthy external occupations.

Running down the eastern side of the Indochinese penninsula,Vietnam’s natural heritage characterized by rich biodiversity and diversity of landscape is largely on account of its wide range of latitudes stretching more than 1,600km from north to south with climates ranging from humid sub – tropical in the north to tropical savanna in the south and fertile solid fed by numerous rives, such as Southeast Asia’s largest river,  the Mekong River has fostered a society and culture that is intrinsically linked with agriculture, in particular the cultivation of wet rice.

Whilst on the other hand, Vietnam’s culture was impacted by Chinese, Khmers, Chams, Mongols and finally the west has left a historical and cultural heritage that rather than being a hotchpotch of disparate cultures, is more a celebration of the very best each has to offer.

The very best of the unique natural, cultural and historical heritage sites that exit in Vietnam today are acknowledged by UNESCO with World Heritage sites and 15 other World heritage sites. This brochure provides an insight into Vietnam’s amazing world of heritage.



  • Talking an overnight cruise around the stunning limestone karts filled waterways of Ha Long Bay in a traditional junk.
  • Wandering around the tiny laneways of Ancient Hoi An town on a balmy evening during the full moon lantern festival.
  • Talking a day or two to explore the complex of careful restored temples, tombs, palaces and pagodas of Hue and imagine how life would have been during Imperial times.
  • Exploring the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom and its jungle – engulfed complex of delicately carved temples and tombs dating back to the 7th – 13th century.
  • Exploring Son Doong Cave (Mountain Rive Cave ) with its stunning underground rivers, passageways and cavern, which a towering 200m in height, is 7 times as high as the vaulted ceiling of England’s York Cathedral.
  • Catching a Ca Tru performance whose beautiful and delicate sung poetry is often compared with the performances of the geishas of Japan.
  • Talking in a Royal Court music performance, which, noted for its grandiose large – scale and elaborately dressed orchestras, features prominent drum sections and the expansive use of percussion-, wind- and string instruments played to the accompaniment of song and dance.