The unique Kin Chieng Booc May festival of the Thai ethnic group
Thai ethnic people in Ruoc Ram village, Thanh Hoa province, hold Kin Chieng Booc May festival after a hard working year to give thanks to the gods, and pray for good health, wealth and a bumper harvest in the year ahead.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City among safest cities in Southeast Asia
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have both been included in a list of the safest cities in Southeast Asia, as compiled by statistics site Numbeo.
Vietnam leaves long-lasting impression on Chinese poet
Chinese poet Brier Yang felt in love with Vietnam during her first visit 10 years ago. Since then, she has felt the urge to return and explore.
The Travel reveals budget travel tips to Ho Chi Minh City
Canada-based magazine The Travel on January 10 revealed several tips for foreign visitors looking to travel on a budget to Ho Chi Minh City.
Lai Vung Red Mandarin Festival opens in Dong Thap for the first time
Lai Vung District in Dong Thap Province launched the first Lai Vung Red Mandarin Festival in the district on January 5, aiming to promote the consumption of the fruit and local tourism.
Also known as Dien Huu Tu (Pagoda of Permanent Blessings) or Lien Hoa Dai (Lotus Tower), One Pillar Pagoda (or Chua Mot Cot in Vietnamese) is located on the street named Chua Mot Cot in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Khanh Hoa: Alexandre Yersin Museum, a special place to visit
Alexandre Yersin Museum (A.Yersin Museum for short), located on the precinct of Nha Trang Pasteur Institute,  houses many precious objects and photos about the life and career of Dr. Alexandre Yersin, who spent more than 50 years living and working in Nha Trang - Khanh Hoa. Foreign tourists to the museum are often impressed with the value of the museum.
Exploring Slam Cao Peak   (Dec 29, 2022)
Exploring Slam Cao Peak
Located about 45 kilometres from Cao Bang City, Slam Cao is the highest peak of the Khau Giang mountain range, located in the communes of Tam Kim and Hoa Tham in Nguyen Binh District.
Exhibition features wooden statues from Central Highlands
More than 100 wooden statues by sculptors and artisans, from ethnic minority groups in the Central Highlands, are on display at an exhibition which officially opened at Lam Dong Museum, on December 20.
Ba Moi grape growing and eco-tourism model in Ninh Thuan province
Ba Moi grape farm is 7km from Phan Rang-Thap Cham city in Ninh Thuan province, the largest grape producing area in Vietnam. Ba Moi grape farm in Hiep Hoa hamlet, Ninh Phuoc district, is a famous vineyard and unique eco-tourism destination.
Thac Ba lake, a scenic spot in northwestern mountains
Thac Ba lake in Yen Bai province is the fourth largest artificial lake in Vietnam. Its large water surface and many big and small islands create a majestic natural scene. Thac Ba lake has been dubbed "Ha Long Bay in the mountains".
Pu Ta Leng, the fairy forest   (Dec 14, 2022)
Pu Ta Leng, the fairy forest
Dubbed as the land of magnificent mountains, the northern province of Lai Chau is an attractive destination for mountain climbers and those who love to explore the nature. The province is home to 6 of the 10 highest peaks in the country, including Pu Ta Leng - the third highest peak in Vietnam at 3,049m high, in Ta Leng Commune, Tam Duong District.
Conquering White Cliffs in Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark, Ha Giang Province
(TITC) – On the way to discover the North of Ha Giang Province, over Ma Pi Leng Pass, let look up and you can see a small road running parallel on the top, along the foot of the white limestone mountain. This is the walking route to conquer the White Cliffs with different emotions in journey.
Quang Nam: Record for most natural waterfalls to Cong Troi ecotourism site
The Cong Troi (Gate to Heaven) ecotourism site in Dong Giang district (Quang Nam province) has recent set a Vietnamese record for the ecotourism area with the most natural waterfalls.
Ho Chi Minh City to launch overnight cruises along Saigon River
Ho Chi Minh City’s tourism authority plans to launch overnight cruises with ships accommodating hundreds of people along the Saigon River starting next year.
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