The first is the biggest bronze pagoda in Asia, which sits on top of Yen Tu mountain in the northern province of Quang Ninh. The 70-tonne pagoda was restored in June 2006.
The second is the longest lobby with 500 Arhat statues at the Bai Dinh pagoda in the northern province of Ninh Binh.
The third, also at the pagoda, is the 100 tonne bronze gold-inlaid statute of Sakyamuni.
The fourth is the biggest Jesus Christ statute on the top of Tao Phung mountain in the southern coastal city of Vung Tau.
The fifth is the Con Dao prison relic site, also known as “tiger
cage”, in Phong Nha – Ke Bang as world natural heritage in the central
province of Quang Binh.
The sixth is Thien Duong (Paradise) cave in Ke Bang national heritage park, which is recognized as the longest dry cave.
The remaining are the Cu Chi tunnels near HCM City, also recognized
as the longest, the sea-crossing cable system in the Vinpearl resort,
Nha Trang, the oldest and largest weapons museum in Ba Ria-Vung Tau
province, and the discovery of many musical instruments, including the
two-cord fiddle, the organ, guitar and drums by a little blind boy named
Bui Ngoc Thinh, 12, from the central province of Khanh Hoa.