Vietnam is replete with wonders. There is so much for the excited visitor to explore when travelling the country, with many fun things to see and do spread across the nation. While modern-day activities are in abundance, there is also a true plethora of fascinating historical attractions that must be seen during your next Vietnam adventure. You will be truly surprised by the great wealth of incredible landmarks the country has to offer.
Vietnam is home to temples such as Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi (the oldest Buddhist shrine in the capital, dating from the 6th century) as well as complex and intricate tombs such as the one built for Khai Dinh, an emperor from the Nguyen dynasty.
All of the historical sites available are innately interesting but what really sets Vietnam’s wonders apart is the sheer scale and architectural splendour on display. Pictures are a great first glimpse but there is nothing quite like seeing these treasures for yourself.
To help you decide just which ones you would like to see, however, and to give you a tease about what to expect, Wendy Wu Tours have put together a visually attractive infographic that details the specifics of what’s on offer.
Highlighting just a number of locations, the graphic is a great first step in discovering the historical sites of Vietnam. Full of facts and stats about each location, as well as fantastic photography of the sites, the infographic will hopefully help you get ready to plan your adventure to this exciting destination.