Until the August of 2010, Vietnam has more than 40,000 landscapes and historical vestige. Among those are 3000 national rank vestiges and 5000 provincial rank vestiges. The density and the amount of vestiges account for 70% of vestiges of Vietnam, and mostly are in the eleven provinces in Red River delta. Until 2011, there are seven heritages are acknowledged by UNESCO in Vietnam including: Hue Imperial City, Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Sanctuary, Thang Long Royal Citadel, Ho Citadel, Ha Long Bay, and national forest Phong Nha – Ke Bang.
Until 2010, Vietnam has eight reserved biosphere zones which are acknowledged by UNESCO, which are: Red River delta, Cat Ba beach, West Nghe An, Dong Nai province, Cham island, Can Gio, Ca Mau and Kien Giang sea.
Vietnam has 30 national forests which are Ba Be, Bai Tu Long, Hoang Lien, Tam Dao, Xuan Son, Ba Vi, Cat Ba, Cuc Phuong, Xuan Thuy, Bach Ma, etc.
Vietnam has 400 hot water resources which has the temperature from 40 – 150 degree Celsius. There are a lot of stream with good infrastructure like: Natural hot water scheme Dam Rong, Lam Dong, hot water scheme Kim Boi Hoa Binh, hot water scheme Binh Chau Ba Ria Vung Tau, hot water scheme Kenh Ga, Ninh Binh, hot water scheme Quang Hanh Quang Ninh.
Vietnam ranks 27 among 156 nations which have beaches around the world. We have 125 beaches and mostly are beautiful. Vietnam is one of 12 nations which have the most beautiful bay in the world, which are Ha Long Bay and Nha Trang Bay.
Vietnam also has 117 museums with two national historical museums which are Vietnam’s revolution Museum and Vietnam’s historical museum.