The Central Highlands resort of Da Lat is undoubtedly a nice destination for people to have a relaxing time as it boasts comfortably cool weather and tranquility.
Binh Thuan Province’s Phan Thiet City has opened a night market in Phu Thuy Ward, the first night market in the south central province.
The 40-ha botanical garden of the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is an attractive eco-tourism destination in the central province of Quang Binh with 500 plant species, including 133 rare and precious ones.
Coming to Ha Giang in this season, you do not just watch buckwheat flowers or be immersed in the open earth and sky in Ma Pi Leng, you still have a lot of experiences waiting for you to discover in the rocky highlands.
Ngoc Linh Mountain is the peak of Truong Son Nam Mountain Range, the southern part of Truong Son Mountain Range. At 2,605 meters above sea level, the mountain is located in the north of the Central Highlands between Kon Tum and Quang Nam provinces.
Riding a boat on Chieng Khoi Lake, you may find yourself feeling somewhat insignificant in the face of expansive mountains and endless water.
Phu Quoc Island is a popular tourist destination in summer. It has the most beautiful beaches in Viet Nam. There you can also sample delicious seafood.
Bao Ha is a remote commune in Bao Yen District, Lao Cai Province in the northwestern upland near the Vietnamese-Chinese border.
Phu Yen, a province on Viet Nam’s South-Central coast, has great potential for sea tourism.
Nestled in the Ba Na–Nui Chua Nature Reserve in Da Nang’s Hoa Vang District, the Nui Than Tai Hot Spring Park is a perfect venue for anyone wanting to get far away from the hustle and bustle of city life to relax.
Ba Be Lake is the largest natural lake in Viet Nam. Formed approximately 200 million years ago, the lake in the Northern province of Bac Kan is surrounded by limestone cliffs and primary forests.
Built in the precinct of the Viet Nam Institute for Sciences and Technology at No.18A Hoang Quoc Viet, Cau Giay District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam National Museum of Nature has both indoor and outdoor exhibition areas of 300m².