- 300 Kim Mã in Hanoi is a building which was proposed to be the Bulgarian Embassy in Vietnam, but was abandoned for an unknown reason. After a murder near this building, the story of mysterious phenomenas including the ghost of a Western man is popularised across the nation. Now it is the property of Vietnamese government.
- Côn Đảo: The unfinished stone bridge in the deep jungle named "Ma Thiên Lãnh Bridge" is called by the locals "Ghost Bridge", which is a bridge built by over 300 prisoners who suffered a lot and died under French control. One villager saw a long haired male ghost in a white shirt and black pants watch him while he was drinking with a friend, and then disappear. And a female villager said she saw a woman wearing a white dress standing on a bridge alone at the dawn. She knew instantly that it was a hungry ghost. One woman says she had come across a ghost of two boys without a shirt. They forced her to give them dessert.
- The Hui Mansion (now Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts): One of the most mysterious places in Ho Chi Minh City, located at 97 Phó Đức Chính Street, District 1. People believe that the mansion is haunted by the ghost of Mr. Hui Bon Hoa's leprosy daughter.