Mui Dien is one of the famous tourist destinations of the central province of Phu Yen, and the easternmost point which catches the first sunlight in Vietnam.
A cave in the central province of Thanh Hoa has just been recognised as a Special National Archaeological Site by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for its historic value.
Saigon River has its own beauty that is hidden behind the bustling pace of life.
To meet the requirements of cancer treatment of the people in Indochina, a French private organization entitled Indochina Radium Institute was launched in Hanoi on October 19, 1923, managed by Pierre Moullin.
The University of Natural Sciences and University of Medicine is the same location as Hanoi National University (1956) and Indochina University (1926) designed by the French architect Ernest Hébrard.
The building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ headquarters in Hanoi was recognized as a national relic site this August.
Presidential Palace in Hanoi is a three-storey structure located on the north of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Presidential Palace stands as a memento of French contribution to the architectural splendor in Indochina.
The school was established in 1908 by the French with the name Lycée du Protectorat for the purpose of training personnel for the ruling apparatus of France in Northern Vietnam.
This elegant building was built in the French architectural style. It is located on Ngo Quyen Street, a short distance from the Sofitel Metropole Hotel.
The National Museum of Vietnam History was founded on the material basis of the Louis Finot, a museum of the Ecole Française d’Extreme-Orient