Phu Hai Prison is regarded the oldest one in Con Dao prison system. Here is seen as the hell on earth with many fiercest methods of tortures. Phu Hai Prison is also the main prison in Con Dao. Many key political cadres were imprisoned and tortured there.
Con Dao Museum is a famous historical relic in Con Dao. The museum consists of many artifacts and documents reflecting a heroic period of Vietnamese people and accusing the brutal tortures of the colonialism and imperialism.
Con Dao National Park is one of the most important natural reserves in Vietnam. It is not just a home to a wide range of animals and plants. Dropping by this national park, visitors will have a chance to explore a diverse world of many species.
With its great historical significance and touching stories, Hang Duong Cemetery is one of the most impressive attractions in Con Dao. Visiting the cemetery, tourists will certainly feel the willpower and unyielding spirit of Vietnamese people.
Tourists will have an opportunity to explore extremely diverse flora and fauna on Bay Canh Island. It is one of the fascinating tourist attractions in Con Dao annually alluring numerous both domestic and international tourists.
Not only admiring the architecture and wonderful scenery of Lady Phi Yen Temple, tourists have a chance to hear unique stories about the virtuous woman. Visiting the temple is worth unforgettable experiences for tourists once setting foot on Con Dao.
Along with other tombs in Con Dao, Vo Thi Sau Tomb is considered as one of the heroic evidences about a stout-hearted Vietnam country. Thanks to stories about her life and her divinity, it is one of the first tourist historical sites in Con Dao.
Island Lord Palace is home to converge ruling apparatus of Con Dao prison system. Existing in a relatively long period of time, this is one of the most vivid evidences of most cruel and fierce prison regime spanning the history of Vietnam War.