Not only in Hanoi and Hue that foreign tourists could visit the flag towers. Another one was recently built in Dat Mui, the southern cape of Vietnam from now on.

Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
The construction of the iconic Hanoi Flag Tower replica at the southern point of Vietnam has completed in late October.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
The workers are making effort to finish the construction of the T1 route soon, which connects Hanoi flag tower to canoe dock so as the whole complex could be inaugurated next December.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
The construction of the replica of Hanoi Flag Tower kicked off in January 2016.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
“We expect the Hanoi Flag Tower in Ca Mau Cape to be a millennium construction with artistic value and attractive architecture imbued with historical and cultural significance. It asserted Vietnam’s sovereignty over islands, seas, and territories,” stressed Director of Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism of Ca Mau Tran Hieu Hung.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
The construction consists of three levels and a tower.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
he first level is 4 meters high, while the second and third level are 4.4 and 6 meters high. The height of the tower is 24.5 meters.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
It is located in the tourist area of Cabo Ca Mau, near other important local monuments.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
The architecture of the tower resembles that of Hanoi with a solid and modern structure, which could withstand adverse weather conditions.
Visiting symbolic Hanoi Flag Tower at Vietnam’s southern tip
Ca Mau welcomed one million tourists in 2019, among those 30,000 were foreigners. The province is striving to receive at least two million visitors per year from 2020 on. The replica of Hanoi Flag Tower in Ca Mau cape is expected to be a spotlight of the region, thereby, draw more tourists to the southern tip of Vietnam.


By Ha An/Hanoitimes