(TITC) - Located in No.87/8P Xuan Thoi Thuong 6 Street, Xuan Thoi Dong 1 Hamlet, Xuan Thoi Dong Commune, Hoc Mon District, Ho Chi Minh City, Koi Fish Park is the first Japanese garden in Viet Nam.
Xuan Thuy National Park is the first wetland in Southeast Asia to participate in the 1989 Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, known as Ramsar site.
(TITC) - Located in Ba Vang Mountain, Quang Trung Ward, Uong Bi City, Quang Ninh Province, Ba Vang Pagoda (also known as Bao Quang Pagoda) preserves unique Buddhist cultural values,…
(TITC) - Located in An Son and Nam Du communes, Kien Hai District, Kien Giang Province, about 60km from the mainland, Nam Du Archipelago includes 21 islands, of which 11 ones are inhabited.
(TITC) - With the altitude of 3,143m, Fansipan Mount in Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range is the highest mount in Indochina and known as the “Roof of Indochina”. Conquering Fansipan Peak is always a longing for those who love nature and exploring new things. But the journey to Fansipan Peak is extremely arduous and requires health and endurance.
(TITC) - Hang Luoc Flower Market is located in Hang Luoc Street and the nearby streets as Hang Ruoi, Hang Chai, Hang Khoai, etc. Formed in the early 20th century, Hang Luoc Flower Market is considered as the oldest flower market in Ha Noi.
A district in Dong Thap, Sa Dec is most famous for its unique cuisines which reflect the remarkable culture and traditions of the southern province. In Sa Dec, you can find a plethora of delicious traditional dishes such as beef hot pot, spring roll, and especially Hu Tieu Noodle.
An increasingly huge number of tourists have chosen Diep Son Island in Van Phong Bay off the central coast province of Khanh Hoa as an exotic destination.
Those who wish to search for a new travelling experience should consider a motorbike trip to the Northern Mountainous region to admire spectacular landscapes and enjoy a peaceful stay in a stilt house in the locality.
Cua Bac is a Roman Catholic church located at 56 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Ha Noi. It was built in 1932 and originally named Church of Martyrs (French: Église des Martyrs) by the French administration of Indochina aspart of Ha Noi’s urban plan supervised by Ernest Hébrard.
Vincent Van Gogh once said that “Sunshine, a light which, for want of a better word I can only call yellow — pale sulphur yellow, pale lemon gold. How beautiful yellow is!” The World Heritage site of Hoi An which is also known as the Yellow City of Viet Nam is home to grand colonial houses mingled amid Chinese wooden trader’s houses.
'Banh Canh Ghe' is an amazing Vietnamese dish of thick rice and tapioca noodles with crab. It's a delicious street food in Southern Viet Nam.
Adventurous travellers are no strangers to trekking, to the feeling of being one with nature, resting on a lush green hillside being cooled by a gentle breeze. This is what the Ta Nang–Phan Dung has to offer.
Banh Da Lon or “pig skin cake” is a Vietnamese steamed layer cake made from tapioca starch, rice flour, mashed mung beans, taro, or durian, coconut milk, water, and sugar. It is sweet and gelatinously soft in texture, with thin (approximately 1cm) colored layers alternating with layers of mung bean, durian, or taro filling.
A fascinating route from Khanh Vinh in the southcentral coast province of Khanh Hoa to the Central Highlands city of Da Lat on a 140km journey has become appealing to many people, especially the youth who wish to have a backpacking trip on their motorbikes to admire beautiful landscapes.