Phong Nha: Ten years like a dream

Phong Nha – Ke Bang in Quang Binh province, in central Vietnam, is preparing to celebrate its tenth anniversary of being awarded the UNESCO world natural heritage title.     Phong ... Continue Reading →

Kim Bong carpentry village

The village was founded in the 15th century by a migrant from Thanh Nghe region. By late 16th and early 17th centuries the village’s craft had flourished to cover Hoi An trading ... Continue Reading →

Cooling down at Hoa Binh Waterfall

The heavy rain in Saigon these days cannot shift the searing heat. Those wishing to escape should head to Hoa Binh Waterfall in Ba Ria-Vung Tau to enjoy the cool atmosphere and great ... Continue Reading →

Ba Vi National Park offers escape from hustle of Hanoi

Ba Vi National Park is the closest “green planet” to the capital city of Hanoi, where nature-beaus can discover a perfect getaway from the buzzing about of city life in ... Continue Reading →

Binh Lieu sings with beauty

Binh Lieu, a mountainous district in Quang Ninh Province which is bordered with China, is home to ethnic groups such as Tay, San, Chi and Dao and endowed with many stunning landscapes ... Continue Reading →

Conquering Chua Chan Mountain

Chua Chan Mountain is the second highest mountain of the South region at 800 meters above sea level. A view from the pagoda at a height of 800 meters. Located in Xuan Loc Commune, ... Continue Reading →

First foreign tourist group explores Son Doong Cave

Tran Tien Dung, Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Quang Binh Province, on August 6 welcomed a foreign tourist group after they successfully covered an exploration tour of ... Continue Reading →

At peace at Tay Phuong pagoda

Tay Phuong pagoda, also called Sung Phuc pagoda, sits on top of Tay Phuong Mountain proudly holding many valuable statues of Buddha, surrounded by green areas The pagoda has been renovated ... Continue Reading →

Hanh Thong Tay Church

Located in a spacious setting of lush trees and diversified species of flowers, the ancient church named Hanh Thong Tay is a haven away from the bustling life in the largest urban centre ... Continue Reading →

Eventful weekend in Ninh Binh

Departing at 5 p.m. from Hanoi, we – three people on our motorbikes – headed on National Highway 1A to Ninh Binh Province. After riding 95 kilometers, we got to Gia Sinh Commune, ... Continue Reading →