The Demilitarized Zone, or the DMZ, was 2 kilometers thick and ran along the Ben Hai river from the eastern sea-line, reaching west all the way to the border of Laos. During the French Indochina war, the south side was occupied by the French-controlled State of Vietnam, on the northside was that Communist-dominated independence movement, the Viet Minh. The French relinquished their control of Vietnam in 1954, as the Viet Minh was recognized as the government of northern Vietnam. But the DMZ was still upheld until the end of the Vietnamese-American war ended in 1975, when the north VietCong quickly moved south and claimed victory, over the long and hard fought battle. Relax and let our tour guide show you all the important spots from the wars, and tell stories, as well as visiting some local tribes. This tour is nice if you want to get out into the countryside and see some quieter areas
Hoi An, once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, is basically a living museum that houses old-town architecture. Some notable heritage buildings include Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas, wooden shop-houses, French-colonial houses, and old canals. Although large-scale trading had long moved elsewhere, Hoi An has been successful in preserving and restoring its charming roots and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in December 1999.
Thien Thai Garden of Sun World Ba Na Hills. It is located 1,414m above the sea level. The bridge is connected to the Marseille and Bordeaux stations. So it is to take guests from the foot of the mountain or the French village to visit the flower garden. In the middle of the air, the bridge looks like a brilliant silk. Its length is 150m, including 8 spans, the longest span is 21.2m.The bridge is open from 8.00 AM to 18.30 PM all day of the week.