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Central Vietnam is home to fascinating cities, gorgeous beaches, peaceful fishing villages, and countless delicious food. Due to the geographic location, Central Vietnam has the rough weather. Central Vietnam is often attacked by the many extreme weather events including tropical flood and thunderstorms. However, every single year Central Vietnam attracts millions of travelers from all over the world and. There are many cities you must visit in Central Vietnam including Dong Hoi – home to the beautiful Nhat Le Beach, Quang Binh – the heaven of most amazing caves in the world, Hoi An – the charming old town in Vietnam, Dalat – the little Paris in Central Vietnam (also widely known as the City of Love and Rose), Danang – home to countless beautiful white-sand beaches and tasty seafood, and Hue – the poetic citadel lying near Huong River. When visiting Central Vietnam, in addition to the natural beauty, you will be impressed with the cultural and historical values that this region possesses. The old citadel built in Nguyen Dynasty, the remnant walls during Vietnamese War, and the tunnels created by local people still stand vividly in Central Vietnam as the proofs of the bravery and patriotism of Vietnamese people. Let’s take a journey to Central Vietnam with Journey On Air – The Vietnam Travel Bible for Tourists Worldwide to discover all the beauty and bring home with you a memory to last a lifetime.

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