The list comprises seven historical, four historical–architectural, two architectural and one archaeological sites. The sites are located in 11 provinces and cities around the country: Ha Noi, Bac Ninh, Hung Yen, Thai Binh, Son La, Thanh Hoa, Quang Tri, Binh Dinh, Kien Giang, Tien Giang and Lam Dong.
The newly recognised special national sites are the Temples and Tombs of Kings of Ly and Tran Dynasty in the northern provinces of Bac Ninh and Thai Binh respectively; Tay Son Tam Kiet Temple (in the central province of Binh Dinh) commemorating King Quang Trung and Tay Son soldiers who defeated the Qing Chinese invaders to liberate Thang Long (now Ha Noi) in 1792; and the memorial dedicated to the Rach Gam–Xoai Mut victory in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang.
Three others are located in the northern mountainous province of Son La, the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang and the central province of Quang Tri with Son La Prison Phu Quoc Prison and Vinh Linh trench–Vinh Moc tunnels, respectively.
Meanwhile, the historical–architectural relics named comprise Ba Trieu Temple in Hau Loc district, the central province of Thanh Hoa;Thay Pagoda and Sai Son rocky area in Quoc Oai district, Ha Noi; Phat Tich Pagoda in Tien Du district, Bac Ninh province; and Pho Hien relic complex in the northern province of Hung Yen.
Two architectural relics are situated in Ha Noi: Soc Temple commemorating Saint Giong in Soc Son district and Tay Phuong Pagoda in Thach That district.
The only archaeological site to behonoured this time is the Cat Tien relic site in Cat Tien district, in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.