Con Co Island looks to reap tourism gains

Around evening time, it would seem that a skimming city on an ocean loaded with light. This is the way Le Duc, a vacationer, depicts Con Co Island off the focal region of Quang Tri ... Continue Reading →

NaHang Lake, a primitive and mysterious beauty

Na Hang is a mountainous district in Tuyen Quang Province and is the home of beautiful Na Hang Lake. With its primitive and mysterious beauty, Na Hang Lake has become a wonderful destination ... 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 →

Phu Quy islands offer tranquil getaway off the tourist track

Located 103km from Phan Thiet City in the central province of Binh Thuan, the Phu Quy island district has become a destination for visitors who love exploring the wild. Phan Thiet City, ... Continue Reading →

Citadel of Ho Dynasty becomes popular tourist destination in Viet Nam

The Citadel of Ho Dynasty has been attracting more and more tourists since it was recognized as World Cultural Heritage site in 2011.Vuong Van Viet, Deputy Chairman of Thanh Hoa provincial ... Continue Reading →

Primitive Bich Dam Island

Nha Trang, needless to say, is famous for tourists owing to its white-sand beaches, comfortable hotels and resorts, good food at various restaurants, and diverse entertainment facilities. ... Continue Reading →

The peaceful beauty of Xin Man

Xin Man is a mountainous district in the western Ha Giang province. With an area of almost 600 km2, it is home to many ethnic minority groups such as Nung, H’mong, Tay, Dao, Kinh, ... Continue Reading →

A visit to twin towers in Binh Dinh

It’s a must for travelers to the central coast province of Binh Dinh to visit Doi Tower (twin towers) as the towers have a unique architecture of both Cham and Khmer people. The two ... Continue Reading →

Foreign geologists survey Dong Van Karst Plateau

A delegation from Global Geoparks Network (GGN) conducted a survey from August 6-9 of the construction and development of the Dong Van Karst Plateau Global Geopark. At a meeting with ... Continue Reading →

UK newspaper includes images of Son Doong Cave

The UK’s Telegraph has published wonderful photos of Son Doong, the world’s biggest cave that contains a rainforest and river. Australian photographer John Spies, 59, owner ... Continue Reading →