Are you planning to attend a conference at the ICISE conference center? Are you planning your own conference instead? In both cases you may want to take note of the must-to-see places that visitors to Vietnam will love.
From 1802 to 1945, Hue was the capital of Viet Nam under the reign of the Nguyen dinasty. During these years, many architectural works of a high cultural and historic value were built in Hue during these years: the Citadel, especially the Imperial City (including 253 constructions), 7 Royal tomb compound of 9 kings of the Nguyen Dynasty, the Esplanade of Nam Giao, the Ho Quyen arena and the Hon Chen Temple. Hue is one of the World Heritages Sites listed by UNESCO.
Watch this 2 minute video about the monuments of Hue produced by UNESCO tv:
Hoi An has many unique attractions related to the town’s legacy as a commercial cross-roads in South East Asia. These attractions include a Japanese bridge, Chinese temples, the Old House, the Hoi An museum, the Hoi An market etc.
Hoi An is one of the destinations of a 10 day tour starting from Quy Nhon.
Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered as one of the 7 modern Wonders of the World. This destination is included in the tours organized by the ICISE conference center. Once arrived in Halong Bay, you will be picked up and transfered to the Bai Tho boats. Lunch (based on local sea food) will be served as the boat sails into the bay. You will visit the Luon cave, which is reached on small boats. Surrounded by mountains, the cave full of stalactites is remarkable to see. And the water surprisingly calm procure a sense of serenity during the visit of the cave.
Dinner will be served on the boats, offering you the opportunity to contemplate the beauty of the site at sunset.
Halong Bay is one of the destinations of a 10 day tour starting from Quy Nhon.
The tour from Quy Nhon to Hoi An, Danang, Hue, Halong Bay and Hanoi
The 10-day tour begins in Quy Nhon and ends in Hanoi. We first travel north, by road from Quy Nhon to Hoi An, a well-preserved coastal city …
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