Google Culture and Arts – Wonders of Vietnam

From caves and dragons to fishing villages and floating houses, explore Vietnam’s rich culture and heritage

In collaboration with

Quang Binh Tourism Department


Chào mừng / Welcome

Fun facts8 Things You Should Know About VietnamDid you know you can find the world’s largest cave in Vietnam?Traditions5 Things To Do In Vietnam To Start Your YearLight your path with lanterns

What do you want to explore?

Choose your own Vietnamese adventure

1The World’s Largest CaveGo down undergroundExplore2Landmark BridgesWalk this wayExplore3Deep Green LagoonsJump right inExplore4Ancient HistoryThrowback timeExplore5Handmade HeritageBrowse traditional craftsExplore

A hole new world

The labyrinth world of underground Vietnamese caves

5 Reasons To Explore The Largest Cave In The World

A cave so huge it has its own climate…

FeaturedExplore the Paradise CaveThe longest dry cave in AsiaQuang Binh: Land of the CavesDiscover one of the most beautiful caves in the region of Phong NhaSon Doong: The World’s Largest CaveDiscover the hidden jungle inside the caveWhich is the largest cave in the world?Tu Lan CaveSon Doong CaveHang En CaveHang Va CaveLearn more

Cross over to the other side

Explore the iconic bridges of Vietnam

6 Unique Bridges in Vietnam

Stepping over water (and mountains) in style

Take a walkDanang: The City of BridgesVietnam’s third largest city is also famous for its beaches, biodiversity, and buddhasThe Connection of LoveUncover the poignant history of the Hien Luong BridgeThe History of the Truong Tien BridgeThe bridge with a very famous designer…Which bridge was built by Gustave Eiffel?Hien Luong BridgeHan River BridgeDragon BridgeTruong Tien BridgeLearn more

Sitting on the dock of the bay

Go for a dip in one of Vietnam’s spectacular lagoons

The Beauty of Lang Co BayExplore this beautiful natural landscape in the Phu Loc districtThe Legendary Green IslandCu Lao Cham is known for its beautiful scenery, rich ecosystem, and ancient architectureExplore the Tam Giang LagoonSee the largest brackish lagoon in Southeast Asia for yourselfA thousand years nurtured this spirit of prosperity, mountains and rivers embrace and patronize this land forever…– Poem written in Emperor Khai Dinh’s Mausoleum

New perspectives

See Vietnam’s natural world from a birds-eye view

BeachesBridges, Rivers and ThoroughfaresUrban VillagesLagoonsArchitectures

Sightsee with a soundtrack

Take in these beautiful views with some traditional Vietnamese music

VIDEOThe Fishing Pier of Dong Hoi marketVIDEOExplore a My Son TempleVIDEOSee Xep Beach on Cham IslandVIDEOThe Meridian Gate at NightVIDEOOverview of Linh Ung Pagoda on Son Tra Peninsula

Bring the history into your home

A 3D experience of Emperor Tu Duc tomb

WatchWatch the details of the 3D model of Tu Duc TombTry it yourselfLook into the 3d model of Tu Duc TombThe History of Tu Duc TombDiscover one of Hue’s historical tombsHow the Tomb Took 6 Years to BuildThe resting place that caused a bit of unrestThe Making of the Tomb’s ModelHow CyArk digitally documented the ancient city of Hue

A land of dragons and dynasties

According to folklore, the Vietnamese descended from dragons

The Empire of the DragonFind out what this legendary animal represents in Nguyen Dynasty art and architectureWhat Are The Nine Dynastic Urns?Zoom in to see turtles, canons, and dragons and discover stories of legendary emperors

The royal treatment

A glimpse into the life of the Nguyen emperor

The throneThe Golden Throne Coveted by EmperorsThere was a time when battles for the crown covered the throne in bloodThe fashionGet The Royal LookDiscover the royal costume, style, and fashion under the Nguyen dynastyThe transportMake Way For Your HighnessHow the Nguyen Emperor traveled in style

Everyday dragons

Can you find the fire-breathers in these day-to-day objects?

Step into the past

Take a walk around historic sites

The Unique Architecture of Khai Dinh Tomb Step inside the impressive tomb structures4 Things You Should Do in Hoi AnThe sights and snacks of the ancient townThe 500 Year-Old VillageExplore the ancient village of Phuoc Tich

Get your history fix

Learn more about ancient Champa culture

READMy Son Sanctuary: Spirit in Stone and SoilExplore the sophisticated engineering and elaborate symbolism of ancient Champa cultureRead

Stop in at a museum

The largest collection of Champa Artifacts in one place

Explore the Da Nang Museum of Cham Culture

Explore the collection of Cham sculpture art from the 5th to the 15th century CE

EnterThe museumTra Kieu GalleryExplore the sculptures of Tra KieuThe museumMy Son GalleryArtifacts from the most sacred place of the Champa kingdomThe museumDong Duong GalleryDong Duong was a Buddhist center of ChampaThe museumThap Mam Gallery“Thap Mam style” refers to the Cham art of the later period

Admire the artifacts

Explore more beautiful Champa artifacts

Making Vietnam

Explore the different traditions in villages and cities across Vietnam

The Colorful Lanterns of Hoi An

The traditional lantern craft in Hoi An has been around for over 400 years

Behind the craftPotteryFrom the River Bank to the ArtisanWhere the traditional techniques of Thanh Ha pottery were createdMusicNha Nhac: Vietnam’s Royal Court MusicSacred animals, sumptuous costumes and meticulous dance stepsCraftsTruc Chi: A New Type of Paper ArtTransforming straw, bamboo, sugarcane, banana, water ferns, corn, pineapple, or berries into artPlayPlay Cultural Heritage BingoThe art of organising a game of Bai ChoiWhich of these is NOT used to make a ‘truc chi’?Clue: Popeye’s favorite food.SugarcaneBambooSpinachBananaLearn more

The colors of Vietnam

From royal reds to deep green lagoons

Shades of redShades of orangeShades of lush greenShades of blueShades of sandy yellow

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