After halting operation due to the coronavirus pandemic, certain tourist hotspots in Vietnam have received the green light to again welcome visitors.
There are some spectacular Buddhist places of worship around the world, some perched precariously on cliffs while others boasting of gold-plated pagodas. From Angkor Wat to Paro Taktsang, here's a look at some beautiful Buddhist temples and stupas across the globe.
A 'go green' homestay in ancient town Hue offers nature enthusiast a unique space decked out with recycled materials at a reasonable price.
Vinh Hien in central Vietnam's Thua Thien-Hue Province lures visitors with its pristine scenery, rocky beaches and clear water.
June is a busy month for many farmers of Duy Tien District, Ha Nam Province. Flowers gone, it’s time to harvest lotus seeds.
Visitors have an array of picturesque winding roads to explore along the nation’s coastal roads from north to the south.
With the harvest season approaching, the rice fields of An Giang province have started to ripen, creating stunning images of vast yellow fields.
Chezbeo Valley Bungalows in the northern province of Ninh Binh are surrounded by majestic mountains and green trees, attracting a large number of local and foreign visitors in recent times.
Cu Lao Cham (Cham islands), Quang Nam province, welcomes some 700 tourists daily. The number of tourists to the islands even climbs to 1,500 – 2,000 during summer days.
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