Danang

My Son Sanctuary - Empire of the Cham

The UNESCO My Son Sanctuary was established by the first Cham King in the 4th century. Read about the incredible history of the Cham people who controlled the spice trade from China to Baghdad for 400 years. Travel to My Son and step into another world.
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Hoi An

The Cham Islands: Hoi An’s Jewel in the Sea

The Cham Islands are the glittering jewel of Hoi An. Their crystal waters are home to hundreds of species of fish and coral, and the most idyllic beaches in central Vietnam. Read more on how to visit these islands, local homestays, and the best Cham Island diving tours.
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Ho Chi Minh

Cholon in Saigon or Chinatown in Ho Chi Minh City

Cholon, or Chinatown, used to be a separate city to Saigon. The word means ‘big market’, but there’s much more to Cholon and its place in the story of Saigon. Before you head to Saigon Chinatown, read about its unique character, food, pagodas, markets, and local customs.
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Ho Chi Minh

Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Ben Thanh Market is an iconic structure of Ho Chi Minh City. Its character, and location, has morphed and changed through Saigon’s historic ups and downs. Follow us through each merchandise gate to things you can buy, useful shopping tips, and handy Vietnamese phrases.
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