Since Vietnam fully reopened borders on March 15, 2022, more and more foreigners have bought tours to Vietnam. Quang Nam with Hoi An ancient town, My Son Sanctuary, and Cu Lao Cham Biosphere Reserve are among Central Vietnam tourist destinations popular with international visitors.
Cu Lao Cham World Biosphere Reserve
Cu Lao Cham World Biosphere Reserve (Tan Hiep island commune, Hoi An city, Quang Nam province) is also on the list of must-see places in Central Vietnam.
Cham islands- a cluster of eight islands with beautiful, peaceful and charming beaches, rich natural landscapes and fresh air becomes an ideal eco-tourism destination.
Going to Cham islands, visitors also have chances to see several vestiges of Sa Huynh and Champa cultures, enjoy water activities such as swimming, water skiing, paragliding, kayaking, kite flying, boat racing, or camping.Hoi An ancient town is a world cultural heritage which is well-preserved with over one thousand architectural relics.
Going to Hoi An, visitors can’t help but be surprised by its numerous exquisite yellow houses in traditional wooden architecture, a blend of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese architectural styles, lanterns in various shapes, sizes, and colours, and traditional foods.My Son Sanctuary is a cluster of abandoned Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 13th centuries by the Kingdom of Champa.
Located in a secluded valley in Duy Xuyen district (Quang Nam province), the temples used to be a place for worshiping the gods by kings of the Champa kingdom.Besides, Central Vietnam owns a lot of tourist attractions that are very popular with both local and foreign travelers.
One of them is Ba Na Hills (Da Nang city), located 45 km from Hoi An. It is considered as Europe in Central Vietnam and well-known for outstanding architectural structures, including Golden Bridge- the world’s most impressive pedestrian bridge, a diversity of festivals, flowers and green gardens.In addition to the places above is Marble Mountains (Da Nang city).