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Tours in the Tour du lịch Quang Nam

Quang Nam is a province of the South Central Coast, Vietnam. Quang Nam has a well-developed transportation system with many types such as roads, railways, rivers, airports and seaports. Quang Nam has National Highway 1A passing through. Hoi An Ancient Town is an ancient town located downstream of the Thu Bon River, in the coastal plain of Quang Nam province , Vietnam , about 30 km south of Da Nang city. With outstanding values, at the 23rd session at the end of 1999 (December 4), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized Hoi An ancient town as a heritage site. World cultural heritage, based on two criteria. With the location of the coastal estuary, the meeting place of waterway transport routes and also the place of economic and cultural convergence for many centuries, Hoi An has a diverse and unique cuisine, distinct shades. One of the typical dishes of Hoi An cuisine is Cao Lau. My Son Sanctuary is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, about 69 km from Da Nang city and near Tra Kieu ancient citadel, including many Champa temples, in a valley about 2 km in diameter. surrounded by hills. This used to be the place of sacrifices of the Champa dynasty. My Son Sanctuary is considered as one of the main centers of Hinduism in Southeast Asia and the only heritage of its kind in Vietnam. Cham Island is a cluster of islands, administratively belonging to Tan Hiep island commune, Hoi An city, Quang Nam province, located 16 km from Cua Dai coast and has been recognized by UNESCO as a world biosphere reserve - This is also a tourist destination with a cool year-round climate, rich flora and fauna, especially seafood and bird's nest resources. The coral reefs in the area Cu Lao Cham marine scientists also been appreciated and taken into protection list.

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