Phu Ninh Lake
Phu Ninh Lake   (Nov 27, 2008)
Phu Ninh lake, 7 km from Tam Ky Town is a man-made reservoir constructed for storing water used mainly for irrigation with the capacity of nearly half a billion cubic meters of water.
Ancient road found in cave
Ancient road found in cave   (Nov 26, 2008)
Traces of a road used by ancient people 21,000 years ago have just been discovered at the Xom Trai Cave in the northwestern province of Hoa Binh's Lac Son District.
Taking a step into history
Taking a step into history   (Nov 25, 2008)
Thanh Chuong Viet Art Museum is not an ordinary museum. Instead of displaying pieces of history from behind glass, here, only 40 km from Hanoi, visitors can experience some of…
Southern resident scours the country for old motorbikes
Travelers seeking to relax on the beaches of Mui Ne in Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province often stop by Tien Dat Resort to take a look at one of the country’s best collections of old motorbikes, mopeds and automobiles.
Old artisan preserves the soul of embroidery
When one sees Pham Viet Dinh’s long fingers rhythmically working with a needle and thread, it’s hard to believe that he is already 77 years old.
Cham pottery from Go Hamlet in Binh Thuan
Binh Thuan, a tourist site in the central coastal province, does not own its popularity to attractive beaches, splendid sand dunes or deluxe resorts and spas, but rather to its renowned Cham minority craft village known as Go Hamlet by local Vietnamese or Play Gok by Cham minorities.
Spiritual spaces on offer in Nha Trang
Traveling to Nha Trang city offers tourists not only a beautiful view of the coast, but also pagodas dedicated to preserving the country’s ancient Buddhist traditions.
A glimpse of Bac Me   (Nov 14, 2008)
A glimpse of Bac Me
If you travel on National Road 34 from Ha Giang to Cao Bang Provice, do not forget to drop by Bac Me to view the fascinating landscape of the Gam River and visit places of interest in the northern locality.
Worshipping open-mindedness in a temple visit
Ho Chi Minh City is one of the most desirable destinations in Vietnam, having attracted thousands of visitors and immigrants who bring with them their own customs, mores and beliefs.
Van Son Village keeps up ceramic love affair
A rival is creeping up on the country’s better known pottery villages, as this skilful southern village makes a name for itself.
A winding road of stunning scenery
The road to the northern province of Ha Giang presents many breath-taking bends but is still well worth traveling for the marvelous landscape it offers to nature lovers and adventurers.
History comes to life in Soc Son
A serene, almost sacred, atmosphere envelops the mountainous scenery of Ve Linh commune in Soc Son district, 30km north of Hanoi’s centre, where legend has it Saint Giong flew back to heaven on his horse after defeating foreign invaders.
Foreign Tourist: I Will Tell Everyone to Come to Sapa
“I will tell everyone to come to Sapa. It’s really worth coming to, as it’s away from the big cities, and you can see people living in their culture, and they’re not just trying to fall into the Western culture.
The wild beauty in Binh Tien   (Oct 31, 2008)
The wild beauty in Binh Tien
With its primitive and beautiful landscape, Binh Tien Beach in Cong Hai Commune, Ninh Hai District is one of the most beautiful sites in Ninh Thuan Province that attracts both domestic and foreign tourists.
Characteristics of H’re Ethnic People
Ba To is one of the six mountainous districts in Quang Ngai Province, 60km from the provincial centre to the southwest, with a population of 48,200 people. Of this number, the ethnic groups, including the H're people, account for nearly 90%.