Monday, July 6, 2020

Landmarks of Vietnam

Most interesting landmarks of Vietnam Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of Vietnam. Natural landmarks of Vietnam Rock formations Bam Ha lake in...

Son Doong Cave (Hang Sơn Đoòng)

The largest known cave in the world by volume is Son Doong Cave in Vietnam. This cave is one of the great natural wonders...

Finds of cobalt blue spinel in Lục Yên, Vietnam

Some 20 years ago near Lục Yên were found pieces of unusual, seemingly glowing blue spinel. Today similar stones have been found in some...

Bam Ha lake in Dau Be Island (Bo Ham Lake)

Unusual lake - a system of three basins which are connected with large cave. Lake is surrounded by steep cliffs and can be accessed...

Con Moong Cave

Cave with two large entrances, site of prehistoric settlement of the late Paleolithic and Neolithic Sơn Vi and Hoa Binh cultures, more than 10...

Detian Falls and Bản Giốc Falls

One of the most picturesque waterfalls, it is around 60 meters high and 200 meters wide. Location, GPS coordinates: 22.8563 N 106.7227 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Asia,...

Hạ Long Bay

Site of unusual beauty - sea bay with approximately 2,000 tower-like islands formed by karst processes. The tallest islands are 100 m tall. The...

Nam Dan petroglyphs and megaliths (Nấm Dần)

Group of stones with carved symbols and stone settings. Most stone carvings are rings and weird spiral patterns, but there are depicted also humans. Location,...

Pù Mát Pride of Vietnam

The largest tree in Vietnam - more than 70 m high sa mu tree (Cunninghamia konishii). Its trunk has a circumference of 23.7 m,...

Citadel of the Hồ Dynasty

Ruins of a large fortification built in the early 15th century by Hồ Dynasty. Fortification walls enclose rectangular area, outer side of walls is...