Ang Pagoda in Tra Vinh Province

Ang (full name Ang Korajaborey) is the most ancient Khmer pagoda among 141 Khmer pagodas in Tra Vinh Province. Located around five kilometers southwest of the province’s downtown, ... Continue Reading →

Beautiful views of Lang Co Bay

Visitors to Lang Co will be certainly captivated by a long white-sand beach with blue seawater. They may feel nostalgic given the great view of a peaceful fishing village with boats ... Continue Reading →

Pagoda typifies Hue architecture

Hue’s imperial citadel attracts tourists because of its royal relics and beauty. Hue is also famous for more than 100 pagodas, many of them built in the 17th century such as Linh ... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Vietnam villages for a perfect autumn escape.

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life with a bit of tranquillity, try taking some time off exploring one of these rustic villages. Continue Reading →

Earrings of the Mong in Son La, Vietnam

Viet Nam’s northwestern region appeals to visitors for its natural beauty and the unique culture of local ethnic groups, which includes their costumes and architecture. To the ... Continue Reading →

Special dishes of Ha Giang

As October comes, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang attracts flocks of tourists who come to watch blooming fields of buckwheat and beautiful golden paddy fields. Rat meat Rat ... Continue Reading →

Green coffee shops in Saigon

In the heart of bustling Ho Chi Minh City are quite a few tree-covered cafes. Continue Reading →

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 →
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