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Vietnam has a population of more than 90 million people, comprised of 54 different ethnic groups that possess historically rich cultural backgrounds and interesting folk arts. The country has more than 1,000 historical, cultural, and architectural sites which have been officially classified as "Heritage Sites". Five of these sites have been recognized as world cultural heritage sites by UNESCO (United Nations Educational and Scientific Cultural Organization), including Halong Bay, Phong Nha - Ke Bang National park , the ancient capital of Hue, the ancient town Hoi An, and My Son Holy Land. It will become clear from excursions to these sites of Vietnam which is a country with a long-established history.

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Primate Reserve

Established around a small hill with support from Cologne Zoo, this small, semi-wild primate reserve has been set up as a breeding centre for critically-endangered Ha Tien langurs. The entire hillside is ringed by a fence, you can walk around the perimeter via a 1.8km trail (but not enter). Your chances of spotting a monkey are best in the early morning.

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Paradise Cave

Only open to the public since 2011, this remarkable cave system extends for 31km, though only a kilometre or so is accessible. It’s said to be the longest dry cave in the world. Commendably, development has been incredibly sensitive: there’s no litter and electric buggies whisk you from the ticket office to the 500-step staircase that leads to the (diminutive) cave mouth. 

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Phong Nha Caves

This is the most popular excursion in the region and it’s easy to understand why – it’s a spectacular river trip. Phong Nha Cave is nearly 55km long, though only the first kilometre or so is open to visitors. Boats in Son Trach village cruise along the Son river past bathing buffalo, jagged limestone peaks and church steeples to the cave’s gaping mouth – Phong Nha means ‘Cave of Teeth’, 

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dailymail.co.uk - Magic light in Sơn Đoòng cave

Illuminated by a beam of light, a solitary caver gazes at the looming rock face towering above him as he stands in the biggest limestone caves in the world.
American photographer Ryan Deboodt took the images in Vietnam's Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, after travelling by plane and car before taking on treks of up to four hours through the jungle to reach the caves.

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