Con Co Island set to become national tourist hotspot

Seventeen miles off Cua Tung beach, central Quang Tri province, lies Con Co Island, which is set to become a national tourist hotspot and a driving force of economic growth in the province, ... Continue Reading →

Son Doong Cave – beautiful and affordable

In an episode that was months in the making and viewed by millions, the US American Broadcasting Network (ABC) recently featured Son Doong Cave on its ever popular Good Morning America ... Continue Reading →

First five-star cruise ship launched in Nha Trang Bay

The Emperor Cruises limited company has launched its five-star cruise ship with numerous luxury services for tourists exploring Nha Trang Bay in the central province of Khanh Hoa. The ... Continue Reading →

Pack your bags and leave for Vietnam

Buzzfeed, an American online social news and entertainment giant, has released 25 amazing photos that make viewers want to immediately pack their bags and leave for Vietnam. Let’s ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam justifies cable car project at Son Doong Cave

Tourism authorities in the central province of Quang Binh have again defended a controversial plan to build a US$212-million cable car at Son Doong Cave, saying the media has misunderstood ... Continue Reading →

Phu Quoc prison recognised as special national heritage site

The southern province of Kien Giang on March 27 held a ceremony to announce a Prime Minister’s decision recognising Phu Quoc prison in Phu Quoc island district as a special national ... Continue Reading →

Halong Bay a world’s most stunning landscape

In a recent feature travel story, the UK’s Daily Mail cited Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay as one of the world’s most STUNNING panoramic landscapes. Usually the only time we would ... Continue Reading →

Holiday home market show signs of recovery

Homestay tourism is not new in Vietnam but it is now being offered for the first time in Ca Mau, the country’s southernmost province. It brings in high income to the households, and ... Continue Reading →

Multi-million year-old fossil found in Quang Binh’s Dark Cave

Explorers have surveyed Toi cave in the central province of Quang Binh and discovered many fossils hundreds of millions of years old. Le Thanh Loi, director of the Centre for Phong ... Continue Reading →

Can Cau market, a sea of brocade, nightingales and even horse meat

The Can Cau market is not as spacious as the markets found in Sa Pa Town or Bac Ha District, but it attracts people from all over due to the cultural diversity of the ethnic groups ... Continue Reading →