Update: 10:30 | 03/12/2018
Vietnam has so far earned UNESCO recognition for 17 world cultural heritages, ranking first in Southeast Asia.
Artists perform “Tu
Ca Tru singing, an ancient genre of chamber music featuring female
Domestic and foreign tourists visit Hoi An Ancient Town, a World Cultural Heritage Site in the central province of Quang Nam.
The Saint Giong Festival is the only traditional festival in Vietnam recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Hue Imperial Citadel was recognized as World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993.
The art of Don ca
Quan ho (love duet) singing was inscribed in the UNESCO’s representative list of intangible cultural heritage in September 2009.
Trang An Landscape Complex in Ninh Binh province was named on the UNESCO World Heritage List of Natural and Cultural Sites.
Ha Long Bay, World Natural Heritage Site.