Nghe An is a large province in the north central region. Like other provinces of Vietnam, the province has a plentiful traditional culture. There are many ethnic minority groups in the province. Each group has their owned traditional culture and custom. Nghe An is the homeland to folk singings of local people. Visitors to Nghe An in time of festivals can enjoy those unique arts.
Visiting Nghe An, people will have opportunities to learn about many historical and cultural relics. The province has more than 1,000 historical and cultural relics, of which 131 relics have been classified as national historical relic. Kim Lien relic is the homeland of late President Ho Chi Minh, making Nghe An is a favourite destination for many tourists. Nam Dan tourism area is the centre of the Kim Lien national relic, attracting millions of visitors every year, who come to pay tribute to President Ho Chi Minh, and visited the tombs of President Ho’s grandmother Ha Thi Hy and his mother Hoang Thi Loan. Nghe An is also well-known for many festivals, namely Sen (lotus) village festival and Vua Mai festival.
Cua Lo is one of the famous beaches of Vietnam. Visitors to Cua Lo is to enjoy special seafood, go swimming and take part in sea sports (diving, diving, surfing, beach volleyball and water motor). They can go to night market that sells fresh and dried seafood, visit the Nghi Tuyet shipbuilding village, Nghi Xuan weaving village, Nghi Hai seafood processing village and establishments to produce souvenirs of the Cua Hoi Youth Company.
Cultural villages of the ancient Thai people, caves, eco resorts and festivals as well as the Pu Mat National Park are many attractive sites for domestic and foreign visitors.