June 29th, 2013


Located in the Quang Binh province, the Son Doong Cave is now known as the world's largest cave. Discovered by a local named Ho Khanh in 1991, its biggest section is more than 200 meters wide, 150 meters high, and at least 6.5 kilometers long, though the explorers said they were...


June 27th, 2013


Most tourists go to Nha Trang, the south central province of Khanh Hoa, for its beautiful beaches. But more than its sand, sea and sun, Nha Trang has so much more to offer to its visitors that makes it a worthwhile tourist destination.


June 25th, 2013


Son Moc Huong Cave, more popularly known as Moc Chau Bat's Cave, is a natural art and treasure bestowed upon the place.


June 25th, 2013


Vietnam can be reached in many ways. But travelling by train seems to be one of the favorite means among tourists, local and foreign alike.


June 23rd, 2013


Amid the noise and crowd of Saigon lies a quiet and unassuming yet strong figure which gives one a taste of the peacefulness of Tibet in the heart of the busy city: Tibetan Coffee.


June 21st, 2013


Gliricidia sepium, or commonly known as Gliricidia trees, are mostly found in Central America. But Vietnam has its own version, the do mai (pea apricot), or anh dao gia (fake cherry blossom).


June 19th, 2013


In connection with the country’s continuous desire to improve its rice brand both for local demand and export, Dinh Thanh Agricultural Research Centre, the most modern agricultural research centre in the Mekong Delta area, was officially put into operation on December 12 in Thoai...


June 17th, 2013


Standing at 1,068 meters above sea level, Yen Tu Mountain is the highest peak in the Northeast region of Vietnam. It is located Thuong Yen Cong Commune, Uong Bi City, Quang Ninh Province.


June 15th, 2013


“Honey is eligible to be imported into the US market.” This statement came from Nguyen Thi Hang, Vice-Chairwoman of Vietnam Bee Raising Association, clarifying news that US importers rejected 600 tonnes of honey from Vietnam late last year.


June 13th, 2013


During National Tourism Year 2013, themed “The Red River Civilisation”, nearly 70 events will be organised in localities nationwide.