Two colonial-era towns where cultural exchange has created unique townscapes and local culture.
A massive and intricately-carved 9th-century Buddhist temple.
Ancient sites with large stone jars that were used in funeral rituals.
The remains of what was the center of political power in Vietnam for over a thousand years.
Three national parks that protect a wide range of endemic flora and fauna, including endangered species.
A traditional communal system interconnecting natural, religious and cultural components.
A 14th-18th century city that served as a seat of the Siamese royal court and whose art and architecture show international influences.
A living cultural landscape that has endured for 2000 years.
A stunning natural landscape and seascape of tall limestone pillars and islands.
An extensive tropical garden that has evolved since its founding in the colonial period to become a world-class scientific institution.
Evocative ruins of Champa kingdom Hindu temples, elaborately carved, with brick towers.
A stunning rural landscape of steep karst mountains, river valleys, rice fields and villages.
An ancient and well-preserved trading port with traditional wooden buildings that show the traces of indigenous, Chinese, Japanese and European influences.
Evocative archeological site with 1000+ temples testifying to an exceptional civilization.
Beautiful home to the Komodo dragon and a richly biodiverse conservation area.
An archeological zone of thousands of Buddhist structures dating to the 11th-13th centuries.