Popular Architecture Attractions in Vietnam

Hanoi
Hanoi·Vietnam
4.3/5
698 Reviews
Country/City
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. The architecture of Hanoi features a mixture of French style and Chinese elements. Chinese plaques on ancient buildings or ubiquitous details make Chinese tourists feel related and comfortable. Ba Dinh Square in Hanoi is a venue for major festivals. Hoan Kiem Lake is the life center of Hanoi locals. Chinese cultures can be seen in Hanoi Temple of Literature and the Vietnam History Museum. Ho Chi Minh Tomb and Ho Chi Minh Museum will show you the life of President Ho Chi Minh.
Mui Ne
Phan Thiet·Vietnam
4.4/5
413 Reviews
Town
Mui Ne, located between Ho Chi Minh City and Nha Trang, boasts beautiful beaches and sand dunes; it was listed as a tourism development area around 1995. The former Mui Ne was a fishing village and its main source of income was the production of fish sauce. Now, Mui Ne is a famous seaside resort in Vietnam. In recent years, hotels and other resort facilities have rapidly emerged here; the availability of other thrilling activities, such as windsurfing, has also increased significantly.
Downtown Da Nang
Da Nang·Vietnam
4.4/5
738 Reviews
Country/City
Da Nang City is located in central Vietnam with Hue to the north and Nha Trang to the south. The magnificent Marble Mountains rise up out of the center of the city. Nui Son Tra protects the city to the northeast. There is a wide, natural harbor. Da Nang City has many historical and cultural monuments. The Museum of Cham Sculpture is an excellent place to visit. There are also long stretches of tranquil beach and many resorts and restaurants. This is one of Vietnam's best resort cities. Given its location, Da Nang offers a variety of seafood at supremely affordable prices.
Central Post Office
Ho Chi Minh City·Vietnam
4.4/5
1,098 Reviews
Historical Architecture
The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City is a French colonial post office built in the 19th century. The exterior of the Post Office resembles an elaborate train station. Wherever you look, everything is intricately designed and decorated. The dates of the Post Office's construction (1886-1891) are inscribed beneath the large clock over the main entrance. Walk into the Post Office and you'll find a spacious lobby with a classically arching ceiling, round windows, hanging chandeliers, and stunningly gorgeous wall lamps, among other decorative features. Beneath the old map on the wall, there are classic phone booths from which you can make international calls. While visiting the Central Post Office, consider mailing a postcard home.
Pham Ngu Lao Street
Ho Chi Minh City·Vietnam
4.2/5
736 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Pham Ngu Lao Street is a place that appeals to backpackers. There are various grades of hotels and budget hotels all over the street, roadside shops, travel agency agents, foreign currency exchange points, restaurants of various flavors, western restaurants, bars, coffee houses and local specialties. Commodity stores are row upon row. The night at Pham Ngu Lao Street is very charming, the streets become lively, some quiet coffee shops during the day turn into lively bars.
Ho Chi Minh City Hall
Ho Chi Minh City·Vietnam
4.3/5
465 Reviews
Historical Architecture
City Hall
Ho Chi Minh City Hall is the government building of Ho Chi Minh City. It is called the Ho Chi Minh People’s Committee Hall and is a building with strong French style. The town hall has only two floors, the lines are simple, the roof is red, and the outer wall is yellow, which is particularly bright against the blue sky and white clouds. There is a small square garden in front of the town hall. There is a statue of Ho Chi Minh holding a little girl in the middle of the garden.
Ba Dinh Square
Hanoi·Vietnam
4.3/5
418 Reviews
Square
Ba Dinh Square is located in the center of Hanoi, in the northwest of Hoan Kiem Lake. After the victory of the "August Revolution" in Vietnam in 1945, President Ho Chi Minh announced the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Since then, Ba Ting Plaza has become the political center of Vietnam, just like the position of Tiananmen Square in China. Ba Dinh Square is now a place for gatherings, celebrations and military parades in major national festivals in Vietnam.
Reunification Palace
Ho Chi Minh City·Vietnam
4.3/5
468 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Reunification Palace was once the office of the French Governor in Vietnam. It is now a venue for government meetings and heads of state receptions. It is also an open historical site for both domestic and foreign visitors. The Palace is 3 stories high with two side buildings and a basement. There is a luxurious meeting room on the first floor; a credential submission room, a presidential VIP room, a banquet hall, and a presidential office on the second floor; and a movie room and entertainment room on the third floor. Reunification Palace is surrounded by trees, with a large lawn in front of the main entrance and a fountain.

Architecture in Vietnam