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Ho Thuy Tien waterpark
The short-lived waterpark, Ho Thuy Tien in the central province of Hue has become an unofficial must-see destination among many tourists for its mysterious beauty.
The waterpark is located in Thuy Bang Commune, Huong Thuy Town, about 7 kilometers from the center of Hue City. It was built in 2001, opened in 2004, then, shut down a few years later.
Although the local authorities have prohibited people from visiting this destination, numerous domestic and foreign tourists still go across the pine forests to explore this creepy water park.
The abandoned park has become more famous as it continuously appeared on international media like Insider, Dailymail, Lonelyplanet as well as Instagram, websites of many travel bloggers.
The sky was overcast and cloudy making this place more mysterious photo: Hannah
Hannah - a travel blogger said that as soon as she arrived in Hue, she immediately rented a bicycle to the water park. The sky was overcast and cloudy making this place even more mysterious.
Pour Cathedral in Ba Vi
Hidden in the jungle of the Ba Vi mountain ranges, the cathedral is mossy-covered creating mysterious beauty, according to Du lich Vietnam (Vietnam Travel).
Coming here, tourists will have the chance to admire the magnificent beauty, breathe in the fresh cool air, and hear the birds chirping. The dense mist in the morning makes the church more magical.
Although the church’s roof was destroyed, it still preserves unique architectural features luring more visitors to check-in.
Located at an altitude of 1,100 m above sea level, the climate here is fresh and cool all year round. For those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, this place is a truly ideal place.
The cathedral is a harmonious combination of many colors including the silver of stone walls, green of jungle and moss, and yellow of sunshine penetrating through leaves combining with mist forming a fairy-tale scenery.
Any corner at the church can generate perfect check-in photos. The church has become a favorite place for couples to take their wedding photos or singers to make their music videos.
Chapel in Da Lat
Situated on a small hill, surrounded by immense green pine forests, the chapel boasts the mysterious and antique charm. Wandering through the massive blocks of houses dating back to several decades will certainly leave tourists with immiscible experiences.
The chapel is built in the style of the West and the East. The tile roof system is extended from the bell tower through the domes to the main and secondary spaces in the Eastern style. Meanwhile, the windows and doors possess typical Western Gothic architecture.
The destination spellbinds tourists thanks to its nostalgic beauty with the hallways are covered by thick carpets of moss. Traveling to Da Lat, don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit this place.
Abandoned villa in Hue
This unique abandoned villa is located to the south of Hue city. To reach here, tourists must traverse Dam Da Bridge in the direction of Nguyen Sinh Cung Street, then go further 500 meters. Every day, this place attracts an influx of young people to take photos.
As abandoned for a long period of time, the villa is blanketed by greenery and moss. Adding to its mysterious beauty is the Bodhi tree nearby. The tree with large roots embraces almost the whole villa. Coming here on the gloomy days, tourists will certainly have the memorable experiences.
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