What being a pedestrian means in Vietnam

“Walk! Walk! You can walk! It’s easy.” You probably associate these words with your earliest memories of taking your first steps. However, these words were spoken ... Continue Reading →

HoiAn’s beauty at night

The ancient town of Hoi An has been honored by a prestigious US travel site as one of the top 20 places in the world. When the night falls, the town has a very different beauty. Continue Reading →

Homeland of Hue folk paintings

Sinh village in Thua Thien Hue province has made folk paintings for the central region for more than 400 years. The paintings are made by farmers during crop intervals. Sinh village ... Continue Reading →

Lantern Masters

The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month when children are given beautiful star lanterns and shadow lanterns. Alongside these they are gifted clown masks ... Continue Reading →

An adventurous trip to Chay River and Toi Cave in Quang Binh

About 50 kilometers from Quang Binh Province’s Dong Hoi City in the central region, the Chay River and Toi (Dark) Cave are an exciting destination for those who love adventurous activities. In ... Continue Reading →

Sapa among the Top 10 Most Magical Places in Asia

The Berlin based Wonderslist, which has a polished and popular reputation for being the world’s home for just about any kind of list one can imagine recently ran a post citing Sapa ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam’s land and people through Indian journalists’ eyes

“Vietnam offers a refreshing experience for anyone who cares to come its way,” Sapna Nai Purohit and Jugal R. Purohit said on their feature story “Vietnam: Along Uncle Ho’s ... Continue Reading →

Hue walking street appeals to tourists

Located on Nguyen Dinh Chieu walking street, along Huong River, Hue night street consists of a wide range of stalls displaying traditional handicrafts, consumer goods, and cuisine. The ... Continue Reading →

New tourism products introduced during Nha Trang Sea Festival

The central coastal city of Nha Trang will hold several exciting cultural and sports activities during the 2015 Sea Festival, scheduled to take place from July 11-14. The biennial ... Continue Reading →

How to prepare for exploring world’s largest cave in Vietnam

A tour to Son Doong, the new gem among Southeast Asian jungles and arguably the top choice for adventure seekers coming to Vietnam these days, needs a lot of exercises and costs US$3,000 ... Continue Reading →