Dance to the music
Dance to the music    (Nov 23, 2009)
The traditional dances of the Thai ethnic minority in Vietnam reflect the hill tribe's wish for a happy life of peace and prosperity.
An autumn paradise off the beaten track
Long ago, deer would graze in the mountain and fields near the water of the Da River. It was because of this everyday sight that the valley was named Thung…
Pilgrimage to Thi Vai Mountain and explore hundreds of pagodas
About 80 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City off National Highway No.51, Thi Vai Mountain is nestled in Phu My Town, Tan Thanh District, Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province.…
Discovering the world of birds   (Nov 05, 2009)
Discovering the world of birds
If you are a patient person who loves nature and are looking for an experience that includes a large, open space with blue sky, emerging waterways filled by green plants and where you can hear songs of thousands of birds, then one of the places in Viet Nam you should explore is Tram Chim National Park in Tam Nong District, Dong Thap Province in the…
Huyen Tran Culture Center – a culture tourism address in Hue
About 7 kilometers from the center of Hue City, 3 kilometers far from Nam Giao Esplanade, the 28-hectare Huyen Tran Culture Center at the foot of Ngu Phong Mountain is famous for its splendid landscapes and its solemn atmosphere for pilgrims to express love and gratitude to Princess Huyen Tran of the Tran Dynasty.
Conquer mount Ba The and discover the Oc Eo culture
Driving about 35 kilometers from Long Xuyen City to the west, tourists will arrive at Ba The Mountain, also known as Vong The (wait for one's wife). This mountain is located in Oc Eo Town, Thoai Son District, An Giang Province, in the Mekong River Delta region of Vietnam. This place is a vast ancient vestige of the Kingdom of Funan, a powerful nation in…
Cham set for year’s biggest festival
Travelling by air from place to place can be a convenient way to explore the country on a tight schedule, but it removes travellers away from one of the more interesting parts of the country.
Hoe Nhai Pagoda with unique statue
Hoe Nhai Pagoda, also called Hong Phuc Tu (Pagoda of Immense Beatitude), was one of the large ancient pagodas in the ancient Thang Long Citadel. The pagoda was built under the Ly Dynasty (1010-1225) on a large area.
The charm of old houses in Dong Van
From Hanoi, after 350 kilometers drive along national highways 3, 37 and 2 pass to provinces of Thai Nguyen, Tuyen Quang and Ha Giang, travelers go on about 160 kilometers of winding Road 4C to Dong Van in the mountainous province of Ha Giang.
Cultural features of Cu Da ancient village
Cu Da Village is located in Cu Khe Commune, Thanh Oai District, Hanoi. It is considered as one of the two most ancient villages in the former Ha Tay. Its ancient and tranquil beauty attracts many tourists and researchers both in and outside the country. Cu Da Village is really a symbol of Vietnamese ancient villages in the northern delta areas and it also hides…
Dam Sen Amusement Park   (Oct 13, 2009)
Dam Sen Amusement Park
Acquiring the prestigie as the biggest and the most state-of-the-art amusement park of the whole country that covers an area of nearly 40 hectares
Discovering new tourist destination of Phu Yen
About 600km from HCM City and 1,200km from Ha Noi, the central province of Phu Yen is widely recognised by drivers as the third way point on the highway that connects the two largest cities of the country.
Returning Lam Kinh to commemorate the national hero Le Loi
Lam Kinh is located in Tho Xuan District, Thanh Hoa Province, about 50 km west of Thanh Hoa City. Over nearly 600 years, Lam Kinh historical relic has been known as a sacred land linked with the name and life of national hero Le Loi, the leader of the resounding Lam Son uprising.
Go to touch ancient values   (Oct 05, 2009)
Go to touch ancient values
Hung Yen, a northern province endowed with many ancient historical and cultural relics, some of them recognized as national sites are fascinating lots of visitors.
Back to the root in the temple of the kings of Ly Dynasty
Located in Dinh Bang Ward in Tu Son Town of Bac Ninh Province, about 15 kilometers from Hanoi, Do Temple or Ly Bat De Temple honoring the eight kings of the Ly Dynasty (1009 – 1225) in Vietnamese history has an important role in the spiritual life of Vietnamese.