At 1,050 m above the sea level, Moc Chau in the northern mountainous province of Son La appeals to visitors with its pristine beauty with peach and apricot blossoms in spring.
While large travel firms are optimistic about the government plan to attract 15 million foreign travelers in 2018 and obtain total revenue of VND620 trillion, some analysts doubt the feasibility.
Hai Phong impresses visitors with its numerous bridges and their interesting names – Quay, Xi mang, and Rao, among others. The bridges are testaments to the city’s development.
Grilled lemongrass skewered beef is a typical dish of people in the South region of Viet Nam. The dish does not have an appealing look but no one can forget its wonderful taste.
Those having a chance to take a trip to the central province of Quang Nam should make a journey to Kim Bong traditional wood carving village in Cam Kim Commune on the opposite side of the ancient town of Hoi An.
A reconstruction of the Tuong Long Pagoda, which was built in 1058 under the reign of Emperor Thanh Tong of the Ly Dynasty, was unveiled in the northern city of Hai Phong on November 19.
The early morning sun shines all around. Clouds hang on mountains near and far mountains. Villages dot the immense green rice fields stretching into the distance.
Ong Nui (also known as Linh Phong) Pagoda, located in Phuong Binh Village, Cat Tien Commune, Phu Cat District, is one of the most important and famous Buddhist relic sites in Binh Dinh Province.
Pho Hien, a historical site in Hung Yen Province, was a famous merchant port in Viet Nam and a small historic town on the banks of the Red River.
Situated near the Mekong River, the Sa Dec flower village in the city of the same name is famous for its flowers that bloom all year round, thanks to its rich soil that is fertilised by the river’s alluvial deposits.