Muong Khuong, Bat Xat – new destinations in Lao Cai province

Muong Khuong and Bat Xat districts in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai boast high potential for tourism development alongside popular destinations like Sa Pa town and the ... Continue Reading →

Tourism peaks in Vietnam islands

Hai Tac, Nam Du, Hon Son or Phu Quy islands have all become attractive destinations for tourists inside and outside the country in recent years. 1. Hai Tac island in Kien Giang province: ... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Vietnam through foreign tourist’s lens

Photos of Vietnamese landscapes and people taken by foreign tourists were posted on the US online newspaper, Huffington Post. This is part of Huffington Post project titled “Through ... Continue Reading →

Nguom Ngao Cave in Gun Hamlet

Northern Cao Bang Province is home to many tourist attractions like Ban Gioc Fall, Pac Bo historical site, and particularly Nguom Ngao Cave. Nguom Ngao Cave in Gun Hamlet, Dam Thuy ... Continue Reading →

Legendary beauty of Lak lake

Lak lake, located in Lien Son, Lak district, about 52 km south of Buon Ma Thuot City, Dak Lak province, is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful and largest fresh water lakes. Surrounded ... 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 →

Da Nang – A world’s best travel destination

Da Nang has long been viewed as the place travellers pass through in order to get to historic Hoi An, but has now earned its place as a top travel destination for 2015, says leading ... Continue Reading →

Top 10 famous bridges in Vietnam

Long Bien Bridge (Hanoi) Long Bien Bridge was designed by world renowned engineer Gustave Eiffel, who was also the designer of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris. It was constructed between ... Continue Reading →

Peaceful autumn at the Trang An World Natural Heritage site

Less than 100km from Hanoi, the Trang An tourism complex is located on over 2,000 hectares and is home to limestone mountains, caves and temples. In the summer Trang An is covered by ... Continue Reading →

Mu Cang Chai in the “photo season”

Autumn is considered the “photo-taking season” in Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai Province. In the season, photographers flock to this land to take pictures of terraces in the rice harvest ... Continue Reading →