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Top 5 heritages in Vietnam
Halong Bay
Halong-BayThe islands in Ha Long Bay are mainly limestone and schist islands most lying in the two main areas: the southeastern part of Bái Tử Long Bay and southwestern part of Hạ Long Bay. These islands represent the most ancient images of a geographical site having a tectonic age of from 250 million to 280 million years. They are the result of many times of rising and lowering processes of the continent to form a karst. The process of nearly full erosion and weathering of the karst created the unique Hạ Long Bay in the world. In a not very large area, thousands of islands with different forms look like glittering emeralds attached to the blue scarf of a virgin. The area where many stone islands concentrate has spectacular scenes and world-famous caves and is the center of Ha Long Bay Natural Heritage, including HaLong Bay and a part of Bái Tu Long Bay.
Top 5 Beaches in Vietnam for Family
Halong Bay
Halong-Bay1Starting in the Far North, bordering China is  Tra Co, not a beautiful beach by anyone’s standards what with its muddy flats at low tide; but it’s a pleasant place to stay if you’re on your way into our out of China, before heading to  Halong Bay.

Bai Chay beach is the nearest to Hanoi, so it draws a huge crowd of people on the weekends and in summer. It too doesn’t live up to the beauty of the southern beaches, but does serve up some good seafood harvested from nearby Halong Bay. It certainly isn’t a place to come in winter as temperatures can drop to the 15 degree C mark.
The National Park in Vietnam
Vietnam has 13 national parks spread from north to south with a total area of 320,000 ha, including Cat Tien (located in three provinces of Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc and Lam Dong): 73,878 ha; Yok Don (Daklak): 58,200 ha, Tam Dao (Vinh Phuc, Tuyen Quang and Thai Nguyen): 36,883 ha, Phu Quoc (Kien Giang): 31,422 ha; Cuc Phuong (Ninh Binh): 22,200 ha; White Horse (Thua Thien-Hue): 22,031 ha; Ben En (Thanh Hoa): 16,634 ha; Bai Tu Long (Quang Ninh): 15,738 ha; Cat Ba (Hai Phong): 15,200 ha Ba (Bac Kan): 7,610 ha Tram Chim (Dong Thap): 7,588 ha ; Ba Vi (Ha Tay): 7,377 hectares of Con Dao (Ba Ria Vung Tau): 5,988 ha. Forthcoming are two additional national park Phong Nha-Ke Bang (Quang Binh): 41,000 ha and Pu-cool (Nghe An): 91,000 ha. Vietnam has two biosphere reserves have been recognized by UNESCO as Gio and Cat Tien.Ca there is still water 78 nature reserves with total area of 1.7 million hectares and 18 protected landscape areas with the more than 120,000 ha area.
Museums of Vietnam
Vietnam National Museum of history
Vietnam-national-Museum-of-historyNational Museum of Vietnamese History is located in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Vietnam. It began to be built in 1926 and was completed in 1932. The building was used to be the museum of the Far East Research Institute under French colonial rule (École française d'Extrême-Orient EFEO). From the year 1958, it was renamed to National Museum of Vietnamese History and has been open to tourists since 1920.

A walk in the clouds
Sapa1Sapa’s cool climate and magnificent green vistas first attracted the attention of French colonizers in 1909, but the minority people of this frontier valley have working in the shadow of Fansipan Mountain for much longer. One traveler takes a peek at the landscape, the people, and cultures of Sapa.

Like most traveling to Sapa, my journey to the hill town started in a sleepy train station café in Hanoi the night before, it was 9 pm and already pitch – black when I joined a waiting room of fatigued locals who were milling about and stirring Styrofoam cups of iced ca phe, trying to keep their eyes on their baggage and over – excited children. The most popular train option is an over – night sleeper, departing Hanoi in the evening to arrive in Lao Cai early the next day.
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