Hoi An is famous not only for its delicious street food, such as Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwich) or Com Ga (chicken rice) but also for various kinds of Che (sweet soups). Following are some of the delicious sweet soups you should not miss while visiting Hoi An.
Da Nang’s tourism promotion centre has launched a photo contest titled ‘Fantastic Da Nang’, which will run from August 20 to November 10. The competition is a chance for both Vietnamese and foreign photographers to show off their photos of the central city.
Localities in the western cluster of Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta need to foster regional co-operation to create highly competitive tourism products in the Mekong River Delta region, officials have said.
Apart from the beauty of My Khe beach, Ba Na Hills and Linh Ung pagoda, Da Nang boasts many other attractions, which draw tourists to its romantic natural scenery such as Tien Sa lighthouse.
The 200km route from Que Phong to Ky Son districts is regarded as the most beautiful route in Nghe An. The drive takes one past scenic mountainscapes, refreshing rice terrace fields and colourful flower forests.
In the last days of August and early September, the Fansipan landscape becomes a stunning natural painting with wonderful green rice steps on terrace fields that will win the heart of any visitor. The green carpet is more miraculous when viewed from above.
The Central Highlands city of Kon Tum hosts two beautiful, venerable churches featuring different architectural influences.
Moc Chau Plateau with endless evergreen tea hills and peach and plum blossoms whenever spring arrives is very popular with backpackers. However, there is another address for adventurers to discover if they want to explore more of the northern mountainous province of Son La. It is Van Ho District, with amazing, majestic, and typical features of Viet Nam’s northwestern region.
Located off Kien Luong District in the southern province of Kien Giang, Ba Lua Archipelago is a pristine landscape, which has been called the ‘Ha Long Bay of the South’.
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