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Evening clouds on Co To Island
Co To Island in Quang Ninh Province has the most beautiful and romantic beach in Viet Nam with transparent blue sea, white smooth sand, golden sunshine, and green mountains and forest.
Tasting grapes on the farm
Upon arrival at Ba Moi Vineyard in the south-central province of Ninh Thuan, we felt as if all discomfort brought by sizzlingly hot summer had disappeared. We spent time indulging ourselves in a cool and airy atmosphere in a grape farm, and enjoying the fresh grapes on the spot.
Nha Rong wharf - Ho Chi Minh Museum
Nha Rong wharf is a popular tourist destination in Ho Chi Minh City. This was the place where President Ho Chi Minh embarked in 1911 to seek a path to national salvation.
A journey on Son Tra Peninsula
For a long time, Son Tra Peninsula has been seen as a green lung and wind barrier for Da Nang City on the central coast.
An expedition to world’s largest cave
Since the broadcast of En Cave and Son Doong Cave in the north-central coast province of Quang Binh on the ABC’s Good Morning America program last week, many people have been captivated by the spectacular images of Son Doong.
A Journey to the Salangane Islands
Tourists visit the Salangane Islands in the central province of Khanh Hoa for the cruises in glass bottom boats to view coral reefs and tours to climb up to the top of Du Ha mountain. They go to visit the temple for worshipping the creator of the bird nest harvesting industry and to enter caves where salanganes build their nests. During the summer, these islands have a large number of foreign and domestic visitors.
White Waterfall wows visitors in remote countryside paradise
Tourists may feel lost in the beauty and majesty of nature when they arrive at Thac Trang (White Waterfall), one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the mountainous province of Quang Ngai.
Mysterious beauty of the oldest sanctuary in Viet Nam
Over time, the My Son Sanctuary has acquired an ancient, mysterious beauty, attracting many domestic and foreign tourists.
Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology
Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology is a place that should not be missed if you visit the Central Highlands. This museum preserves and presents the culture quintessence of ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands. It has more than 10,000 objects and receives about 100,000 visitors a year, one third of whom are foreigners.
Long An’s 100-pillar house
Those who have a chance to visit the Mekong Delta province of Long An are advised to head for a 100-pillar house built in the early 20th century in Long Huu Dong Commune in Can Duoc District.