Phat Diem Cathedral:
This large cathedral is constructed in a unique Sino-Vietnamese architectual style, and was one home to a seminary during the French Occupational period. After the split between North and South Vietnam, the cathedral was closed, but has since re-opened. With a beutiful high ceiling and a large granite altar, this structure is by far the most impressive of its kind in the area. In addition, the church also is home to a large bell tower housing a bell of outrageous proportions.
One of the oldest cities in Vietnam, Hoa Lu served as the capital city during the 10th Century, and was chosen specifically for its military advantages. Today, Hoa Lu offers visitors a variety of ancient temples, designed in imperial palace style. Perhaps the most significant of the temples of Hoa Lu are the two temples constructed in worship of King Dinh and King Le, both of which were constructed in the 14th Century, and re-built in the 17th Century after suffering heavy damages during battle. King Dinh's tomb is located at the apex of one of the surrounding moutains, which offers excellent views of the entire City. You are there, you can see yhe whole scenery of the ancient capital.
Cuc Phuong National Park:
The largest national Park of Vietnam is home to unique flora and fauna. Many species dwelling were no longer found anywhere else in the world. Excusions under the expert guidance of park rangers help visitor experience this unique habitat. The Park also includes the largest jungles remaining in Vietnam.