11 Man-made Structures- Other in Vietnam that you should visit - With photos & details

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11 Man-made Structures- Other to explore in Vietnam

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Buon Ma ThuotBuon Ma Thuot, Đắk Lắk Province, Vietnam

Buôn Ma Thuột or sometimes Buôn Mê Thuột or Ban Mê Thuột, is the capital city of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Its population was 420,000 in 2016, and grew to 502,170 by 2018. The city is the largest in Vietnam's Central Highlands region, and is famous as the regional "capital of coffee".

Công Viên Văn Hóa Tràng AnLê Thái Tổ, Tân Thành, Ninh Bình, Vietnam

Trang An Cultural Park is a complex of entertainment, entertainment and resort areas located in the west of Ninh Binh city center , adjacent to the world heritage site of Trang An . This is the largest park in this city with a scale of up to 288 hectares. Trang An Park includes many functional subdivisions such as operating area, green park, zoo, botanical garden, lake, ecological island, service area, hotel, square

Duc Thanh SchoolTrưng Nhị, Đức Nghĩa, Thành phố Phan Thiết, Bình Thuận, Vietnam

Duc Thanh School in Phan Thiet Town is famous nationwide not only for its centenary of existence but also because it sheltered President Ho Chi Minh when he worked there as a teacher. Duc Thanh school has welcomed tens of millions of people visiting and learning about the beloved Uncle Ho’s life when he taught in Phan Thiet.

Đại Nam Wonderland1765a QL13, Xã Hiệp An, Thủ Dầu Một, Bình Dương, Vietnam

Đại Nam Văn Hiến is a tourism complex in Bình Dương Province, Vietnam. Open on September 11, 2008, Dai Nam Tourist - Cultural - Historical Zone includes the first safari in Vietnam and the largest artificial sea in Southeast Asia and is expected to be the biggest park and tourist destination in the country by 2010.

Đình Mỹ PhướcMỹ Long, Thành phố Long Xuyên, An Giang Province, Vietnam

My Phuoc Communal House is a spacious and spacious temple and a national architectural and artistic relic of An Giang Province, Vietnam. The house is located in the precinct with an area of ​​4,770 m2, however, only 3,620 m2 is left, surrounded by brick walls, with one main door and three auxiliary doors made of bricks and cement.

Firebase FullerCam Tuyền, Cam Lộ District, Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam

Firebase Fuller (also known as Dong Ha Mountain or Hill 549) is a former U.S. Marine Corps, Army and Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) firebase in central Vietnam.

Phủ DầyKim Thái, Vụ Bản District, Nam Dinh, Vietnam

Phu Thick is a traditional architectural complex of Vietnamese people spread across Kim Thai commune, Vu Ban district , Nam Dinh province ,

Suối VàngNúi Tô, Tri Tôn, An Giang Province, Vietnam

Golden Stream tourist area is a national key tourist site in Lam Dong . Ho Dan Kia - Suoi Vang lies about 17 km northwest of Dalat city ​​center .  Tourist destinations in Dan Kia- Suoi Vang lake area include: Golden Valley, Ankroet waterfall, Suoi Vang dam, Dan Kia lake.

Tả Phìn HồTả Phìn Hồ, Nậm Tỵ, Hoàng Su Phì, Hà Giang, Vietnam

Ta Phin Ho is a village adjacent to the West Con Linh mountain range in the northern border area, in Nam Ty commune - Hoang Su Phi district - Ha Giang province. There are only 34 households living in this area, mainly Red Dao and Dao ao, Nung and H'mong people; From 2016, there has been an additional Institute of Indigenous Medicine of Vietnam coming here to invest in planting herbs, processing Shan snow tea, producing cosmetics from herbs and traveling on medical convalescence.

Thi Nai Port2 Trần Hưng Đạo, Hải Cảng, Thành phố Qui Nhơn, Bình Định 590000, Vietnam

Thị Nại Port is the second largest port in Bình Định Province, Vietnam. It is located in Hai Cang ward at the eastern tip of Quy Nhơn city. In 2009, 644 tons of goods were handled in Thị Nại Port, of which 113 tons were exported and 3 tons imported.

Vinh Moc TunnelsVĩnh Thạch, Vĩnh Linh District, Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam

Vinh Moc is a tunnel complex built during the Vietnam War in the present Quảng Trị province of Vietnam. It was strategically located on the border of North Vietnam and South Vietnam