The central part of Vietnam is the largest geographical region within the country, and the most beautiful. Across this very part, there are five natural (Phong Nha Ke Bang) and cultural sites (Hue Complex of Monuments, Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Sanctuary, Ho Dynasty Citadel) that have been designated as UNESCO World Heritages, making Central Vietnam the most important destination to tourism.
Phong Nha – Ke Bang and Son Doong Cave is the land for adventurers with a variety of activities such as caving, trekking, hiking, kayaking, motorbiking. Hue and Hoi An are top two cultural sites, focusing on their well-preserved old sections of the citadel (Hue) and town (Hoi An). Da Nang and Nha Trang are the places to go if you prefer staying close to the sea, while My Son Sanctuary is the most important center of the Champa Kingdom. Central Vietnam has a collection of pristine islands, national parks, and nature reserves. Central Highlands is home to 46 ethnic minority groups, working together in preserving the protected world heritage - Space of gong culture.
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