Ban Phu Citadel languishes in disrepair

Ban Phu Citadel languishes in disrepair

Ban Phu Citadel, a national historic site and an attractive destination for visitors to the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien, has been seriously encroached by local people. The ... Continue Reading →
Floating markets – the essence of the Mekong Delta

Floating markets – the essence of the Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is renowned for its floating markets which are typical of the Phung Hiep and Cai Be districts. The farmers from around the region bring their goods, mostly consisting ... Continue Reading →
Hanoians angle for fishing treats

Hanoians angle for fishing treats

Hoi An are choosing to escape the sweltering temperatures and choosing to go fishing in the evening instead. Hiep, a regular angler at a fishing pond near Da Ton Dyke in Gia Lam District ... Continue Reading →
Lam Kinh ancient capital

Lam Kinh ancient capital

Lam Kinh, which means Blue Capital, was named after the surrounding Lam Son (Blue Mountains). During the 15th century, Lam Son was a base for the insurrection against the Chinese Ming ... Continue Reading →
Khem Beach on Phu Quoc

Khem Beach on Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc Island must have been top of the list when The Creator gazed Eastwards and the peaceful tropical paradise in the warm turquoise waters of the Gulf of Thailand is a must for ... Continue Reading →