September 10th, 2017


Tua Chua Karst Plateau is a booming tourist destination in Tua Chua District, North Western Dien Bien Province because of its interesting terrain of rocky plates placed on top of the other and shaped into citadels and mountains. It is also known as Vietnam’s second “Dong Van...


August 25th, 2017


For the nature lover, Van Long Lake is an ideal destination offering more than what you may expect. Known as “No Wave Bay” for its mirror-like clearness and stillness, it is also home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and spectacular landscape which is paradise to those who...


August 20th, 2017


This year’s Danang International Firework Festival is a two-month celebration which started last April 30, 2017 and will end on June 24. Han River is the venue, set up with a five-element floating stage in connection to its five-night fireworks display featuring the elements of...


June 20th, 2017


In relation to being selected as the host for APEC 2017, Danang City chose the endangered red-shanked douc langur as the mascot for the momentous event.


June 15th, 2017


Ngoi Village has been into pottery since centuries ago, but it wasn’t only until recently that it got recognized in the world market. Today, it supplies to many construction companies all over Vietnam and is being exported to Japan, India, Egypt and Europe, among others.


June 10th, 2017


The tile-roof bridge of Luong Pagoda is an important element in the place for several reasons: it is an excellent symbol of Vietnamese architecture especially maintaining its natural state despite being 400 years old; it is used for transportation; and people spend some time...


June 5th, 2017


Ha Long Bay is known for its incredible natural beauty. Ba Khan possesses the same charm, but in a smaller version, and hidden among the mountains and fog.


May 30th, 2017


Ha Long Bay ranked third in the 29 Best Places to Visit in Southeast Asia in a survey conducted by Touropia, a famous foreign travel website.


May 25th, 2017


Mekong Delta is recognized as the “rice basket” of Vietnam because of its wet landscape, thus conducive for farming and other forms of agricultural livelihood. Although the people has been used to its floating community and boats as mode of transport, the construction of bridges...


May 20th, 2017


Phu Luu Village in Bac Ninh Province is known for a number of reasons, including betel and areca trading, Vietnamese specialties in the past; raising intellectuals and popular artists; and still holding on to its cultural traditions despite being already urbanized.