Golden rice fields on Xi Man district, Ha Giang

Xin Man mountainous district in northern Ha Giang province is famous for magnificent terraced fields, golden rice fields and pretty buckwheat flower fields like a picture. Continue Reading →

Phu Quoc, paradise on Earth

Phu Quoc island in Kien Giang province is distinguished itself by stunning beaches, untouched natural environment, the easy going and relaxed atmosphere, friendly locals, and fantastic ... Continue Reading →

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 →

Boi Khe Pagoda – one of the most beautiful pagodas in Vietnam

Boi Khe Pagoda is considered one of the most beautiful temples in Vietnam, located in Tam Hung commune, Thanh Oai District, Hanoi. The temple is named Dai Boi Tu (ie, temple with the ... Continue Reading →

A trip back to serene Con Dao Island

I fell in love with Con Dao when I visited it the first time and the love grew ardent when I came back to the island, which is 97 nautical miles off mainland Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province. Breezes, ... Continue Reading →

Mu Cang Chai terraced fields acclaimed by foreign newspaper

The magnificent scenery and breathtaking beauty of the Mu Cang Chai District may very well and truly be the most heart-stoppingly exquisite beauty our incredible world has to offer. Mu ... Continue Reading →

An adventurous trip to Chay River and Toi Cave in Quang Binh

About 50 kilometers from Quang Binh Province’s Dong Hoi City in the central region, the Chay River and Toi (Dark) Cave are an exciting destination for those who love adventurous activities. In ... Continue Reading →

Wonderful scenes in Bac Son Valley

In July, when the rice fields in the valley of Bac Son in Lang Son Province are changing color from green to yellow, it’s time for travelers and photographers to capture the beautiful ... Continue Reading →