Vinh Sang Tourist Area – destination for the weekends
Only 160km away from the noise and crowded streets of Ho Chi Minh City is a nature haven where tourists can recline on a hammock, listen to birds singing and breathe fresh air. Coming here, there are many available activities for both adults and children.
Recalling Vietnam’s Royal Grandeur, the First World Cultural Heritage Site in Vietnam
At the meeting of the 17th session of the World Heritage Committee (WHC) in Columbia, from the 6th to the 11th of December 1993, UNESCO has come to the decision…
Glimpse Ba Na – Nui Chua along with the cable car system of two new Guinness World Records
Ba Na - Nui Chua is one of the most ideal destination for ecotourism and relaxing in the central of Viet Nam. Located in the Truong Son mountain range in…
A visit of An Phu and Kinh Chu vestige
Not as popular as Con Son Tourist Site or Kiep Bac Temple, An Phu Tourist Site and Kinh Chu Grottos in the northern province of Hai Duong are luring more and more tourists with their charm and historical significance.
Viewing the ancient home in Ha Giang
The northern province of Ha Giang, located at the highest latitude of the country, is popular for its Quang Ngan Waterfall, Than Thuy-Thien Bao National Frontier Pass and Dong Van Highlands, which are popular for camping and hiking.
Visiting roof-top of Mekong Delta
The Mekong Delta is endowed with endless fertile fields, orchards and interlacing canals and rivers. The beautiful That Son (Seven Mountains) mountain range is striking amidst the lowlands with Cam (Forbidden) Mountain its tallest and largest at a height of 710 meters above sea level. Locals call this mountain the ‘roof-top of the delta’.
Colours of the Lo Lo ethnic group
Cloud covered Lung Cu Commune in Dong Van District of Ha Giang province, Vietnam’s northernmost point. The commune has a small hamlet, Lo Lo Chai, with only 81 households and slightly more than 300 people. Seen from the Lung Cu flag pole, the hamlet is so tiny, it fits within one’s peripheral view.
Salt-marsh forest in Hoa Lan Island
In recent years, eco-tourism has attracted a great number of tourists who want to discover wild nature. And salt-marsh forest in Hoa Lan Island is one of the eco-tourism destinations having mountain, forest, spring, sea and island.
A silent and stately place amidst active city
Once visiting the central coast city of Nha Trang, aside from the beach and the Cham towers and Nha Trang Bay with its many splendid islands and islets for relaxing and discovering nature, tourists should stop at Long Son Pagoda in the west of the city.
The merry clop of Cham weaving looms
Everyday, a Cham woman called Gai sits by an old loom in her soil-walled house in My Nghiep Village to weave fabric. The work creates a merry clop sound when the loom components hit together.
Boating along the Giang River   (Aug 03, 2009)
Boating along the Giang River
As the birthplace of national icon Ho Chi Minh, Nghe An Province has been emblazoned in the consciousness of the Vietnamese people for several generations. But today it is attracting attention for a different reason - its potential for a great holiday.
Van Don - An attractive archipelago in the northeastern
Van Don Archipelago is about 50 km northeast of Ha Long City. It belongs to the island district of Van Don - o­ne of the four key economic-tourism areas in Quang Ninh Province.
Dancing for a new crop   (Jul 28, 2009)
Dancing for a new crop
Tac xinh is the most popular dance performed by the San Chi, an ethnic minority group in northern Thai Nguyen province at their most important ceremony of the year.
Ghenh Rang – Unforgetable Beauty Spot in Binh Dinh
Ghenh Rang (Rang Rapids) is about 3km southeast of Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. Tourists come here cannot help being attracted by the unusual charming which has been awarded by the nature with long, soft and white sand, clear and blue sea, cool climate, and varied caves and grottoes with rocks of human-face-shaped, Vong Phu (wait for one's husband), Chong (husband), Vo (wife), lion-head,…
Visiting the largest pagoda complex in Vietnam
Bai Dinh Pagoda is located in Gia Sinh Commune, Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh Province, 12 km from Ninh Binh City, 5 km from Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, close to Trang An Tourism Area and 95 km south of Hanoi. Covering a large area of 700ha, it is the largest pagoda complex in Vietnam with many records.