Lac Village in Chieng Mai Commune (Mai Chau District) has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hoa Binh Province for not only local people but also foreign visitors. About 140km northwest of Ha Noi, Lac Village is the place of special traditional cultures of Black Thai people with their 700 year history.
Located about 3 kilometers from the center of Hoi An in central Viet Nam, Tra Que Village is well-known as the freshest and cleanest herb and vegetable supplier in Hoi An.
Dong Que (Countryside) Museum in Gia Thinh Commune, Giao Thuy District, Nam Dinh Province is a rare case because most of museums in Viet Nam are located in major cities.
A pilgrimage to Tay Thien Pagoda on the hill of Thach Ban in Tam Dao District, Vinh Phuc Province is recommended for those wishing to find inner peace. It is a national historical and cultural heritage site recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 1991.
As an important occasion for the Dao Do (red Dao) ethnic community in the northern province of Yen Bai, the harvest festival has been preserved for hundreds of years.
Ban Gioc Waterfall is a must-see site for visitors to the northern upland province of Cao Bang.
Ru Cha Islet is one of the few places in central Hue City that people can experience the autumn leaves of cha (excoecaria agallocha – a mangrove species) trees. The islet has become a must-visit destination for photographers around the country.
The name Mang Den may not be familiar to those of you who love traveling in Viet Nam. But if I tell you it’s the “second Da Lat” in the Central Highlands, I’m sure you’ll want to visit it.
Tram Mountain is famous for not only its ink painting-like scenery, but also a lot of relics and pagodas which have great spiritual significance and historical and cultural values.
The Mekong Delta province of An Giang is known for the Hau River as well as mountains and forests. However, few people know it is home to many ancient trees and five of them have been recognized as the Viet Nam Heritage Trees by the national committee of nature and environmental protection.
Y Ty Commune in Bat Xat District, Lao Cai Province has become an appealing destination for local and international tourists thanks to its beautiful paddy fields and traditional forest-worship rituals.
Any traveller who has trekked through the Thung Khe mountain pass knows enchantment; they know the sight of a vast plain that sits among mountain clouds and chilled fog, among the rocky mountain range and the Da River reservoir.