Map of cities in Vietnam

Map of cities in Vietnam
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Map of cities in Vietnam
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Nha Trang is a true beach capital of Vietnam. This is a vibrant resort city with a bustling and energetic life that doesn’t slow down at night. Naturally, these factors make Nha Trang very attractive for tourists. Every tourist finds something that she or he likes in this city. Some are in love with the clean, turquoise-colored water, some people like white sand, and many tourists adore Nha Trang’s nature with its enchanting green hills and islands in the bay. Fans of nightlife will be pleased with the choice of entertainment options. Finally, the historic heritage of the country has always been one of the main reasons to visit this Vietnamese city. In Nha Trang, tourists can visit ancient towers that still decorate the city’s skyline. Initially, Nha Trang had another name – Kauthara. The Cham people were the founders of the settlement. For a long time, Nha Trang was a small village, which population was mostly fishing to survive. Nha Trang started developing in the 17th century. The economy kept growing until the 19th century. As a resort, this region became famous during the French colonization period. At that time, the territory of modern Vietnam was a part of Indochina. The first villas appeared in Nha Trang, and European tourists started arriving in the city to …
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Nha Trang

From the series “The Longest Ski-Lifts and Cable Trams in the World”
Nha Trang cable way situated in Vietnamese town of the same name connects latter with the coastal territory of picturesque Hon Tre Island. Opening of the cable car took place in 2007. Its length is 3,300 meters; it’s situated at 70 meters above sea level. Immediately after the opening, Nha Trang cableway has become a world record for its length among cable cars passing over the sea. The cable cary is supported by 9 tall columns illuminated by spectacular lights in the nighttime.

Construction of the cable car was largely contributed to Vinpearl Land entertainment park that is very popular among tourists. Many modern travelers are attracted by the cable car itself, as it’s a unique and incredibly attractive attraction. A trip by cable car takes about 20 minutes, during which passengers … Read all

Monkey Bridges

From the series “The Most Dangerous Bridges in the World”
Quite unusual facilities for waftage can be found in the southern part of Vietnam in different areas of the Mekong Delta. They only vaguely resemble classic bridges; that’s why they received an unusual name, Monkey Bridges. Contrary to the popular belief that they are suitable only for monkeys, Monkey Bridges have helped locals to cross the water for many years. Traditionally thick bamboo stalks (they are pretty slippery making it difficult to pass) were used for such constructions; former were fastened with ropes. Railings of these bridges are evanescent, so to overcome one of the monkey bridges safely, people have to move hunching over a distance like monkeys.

These constructions are built by local residents. As bridges are rather fragile, they are constantly being destroyed and … Read all
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