Egg coffee makes world top 10 best drink list

Vietnamese egg coffee has been cited one of the world’s top 10 drinks by Buzzfeed, an American online social news and entertainment giant. “Sounds very strange but a combination ... Continue Reading →

Con Dao National Park receives Ramsar recognition

A ceremony in recognition of Con Dao National Park as an international wetlands area took place on October 31, according to the People’s Committee of southern Ba Ria-Vung Tau province. In ... Continue Reading →

Ly Son strives to attract more visitors

Ly Son island district in the central province Quang Ngai, one of Viet Nam’s ten most attractive islands, is focussing on improving its infrastructure and services to take full advantage ... Continue Reading →

Five-star ship brings tourists to Hai Phong, Vietnam

Five-star cruise ship L’Austral with 207 passengers aboard anchored at Chua Ve port in the northern city of Hai Phong on November 1. The passengers, mainly from France, the UK and ... Continue Reading →

Visiting a royal temple of the Dinh Dynasty

Those who have a chance to travel to the northern province of Ninh Binh should check out a popular sightseeing spot in the locality, a temple dedicated to King Dinh Tien Hoang of the ... Continue Reading →

Ha Long Bay selected as one of top 10 fishing spots around the world

Ha Long Bay has been chosen as one of the world’s best fishing spots by the well-known travel website, Lonely Planet. The website advised tourists to spend a night fishing squid ... Continue Reading →

Enjoying the enchanting lanterns of Hoi An

In the evening, restaurants and shops along the city streets are alit with the glimmer and sparkle of the lanterns creating a vibrant and elegant atmosphere for the World Cultural Heritage ... Continue Reading →

Italian media praises Phu Quoc Island as “paradise”

La Repubblica, a top Italian daily newspaper, recently ran an article on Viet Nam’s best beaches, describing Phu Quoc Island in the southern province of Kien Giang as a small paradise. According ... Continue Reading →

Conference highlights wooden architecture preservation in Hue

Vietnamese and Japanese architects and researchers shared their experience in preserving wooden architectural structures at a conference in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on ... Continue Reading →

“Tò He”- Vietnamese traditional toy

Walking around Ha Noi streets, you can see street vendors who sell colorful “Tò He” made with glutinous rice. In the past, “To He” was made and sold only during ... Continue Reading →
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