Ke Ga Lighthouse popular with travelers
One of the most attractive places in Binh Thuan Province where tourists always are eager for contemplating is the over-100-year-old lighthouse, Ke Ga Lighthouse in the tranquil beach area of Ham Thuan Nam.
Exploring Anh Vu Mountain
Exploring Anh Vu Mountain   (Jun 18, 2009)
That Son (Seven Mountains) is common name of seven most typical mountains amongst 37 mountains in Tri Ton and Tinh Bien districts of An Giang Province. They are mainly known…
Emperor Citadel
Emperor Citadel   (Jun 15, 2009)
The citadel was first built in the 10th century on the grounds of Do Ban capital, Champa Kingdom and named Do Ban. It is around 30km to the north of…
Exotic adventure in Mekong Delta
Taking National Highway 1A through the Mekong Delta, about 210 kilometers from HCMC tourists can get to Hau Giang province. Attractive Hau Giang province is a relative newcomer to tourism and is situated at the confluence of the Xeo Mon, Xeo Dong, Bun Tau, Lai Thieu, Cai Con, Mang Ca and Kenh Xang rivers.
Admiring Dray Nur Waterfall   (Jun 10, 2009)
Admiring Dray Nur Waterfall
Buon Ma Thuot, located deep in the Central Highlands and about 360 km from HCMC, is worth the trip as it offers travelers clean natural beauty, a temperate climate, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and national parks.
Pagoda of records   (Jun 09, 2009)
Pagoda of records
Bai Dinh Pagoda in the northern province of Ninh Binh not only has the tallest and heaviest bronze statue of Buddha but many other records besides.
Si Ma Cai Heaven Gate   (Jun 08, 2009)
Si Ma Cai Heaven Gate
Mountain adventurers like to compare Si Ma Cai in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai to a shy lass with discrete charms sleeping in the mountain as the beauty of the little-known village lies in the quiet and simple daily lives of different peoples.
Drifting soul in canals and orchards in Binh Thuy
Binh Thuy, a newly-established district of Can Tho city, is enticing tourists with its primitive landscapes, canals, orchards and ancient pagodas and houses.
Visiting the sleeping paradise   (Jun 04, 2009)
Visiting the sleeping paradise
Cu Lao Cham (Cham Islands) is situated in Tan Hiep Commune, Hoi An City, about 20 kilometers off the Cua Dai coast. It consists of eight islets set as an arc, very close together: Hon Lao, Hon Kho Me, Hon Kho Con, Hon Tai, Hon Dai, Hon La, Hon Mo and Hon Ong, serve as a protective barrier for the ancient town. The area is…
Discovering ancient Vinh Hung Tower in Bac Lieu
The demand for travel is growing as more people have the financial means to satisfy their curiosity about exotic cultures.
Village of Ninh Hiep resonates with culture, colourful history
Ninh Hiep, just 20km from the centre of Ha Noi, is no ordinary village. It resonates with a colourful history woven deep into the fabric of north Vietnamese culture.
Getting lost in Ngu Hanh Son   (May 29, 2009)
Getting lost in Ngu Hanh Son
Visitors to Danang City are often drawn to Ngu Hanh Son (five mountains representing the five basic elements of metal, wood, water, fire and earth), a fairy land with dreamlike scenery, pagodas, and grottoes. On my own journeys to the central coastal city over the last 15 years I have always found time to spend at those five mysterious mountains.
Admiring the scenery on Thoai Son Mountain
Nestled in the lowlands of Long Xuyen, Sap Mountain or so-called Thoai Son Mountain has splendid landscapes filled with history of the opening of the Mekong Delta.
Da Bia Mountain - Exploring a mountain whose names link with legend
Visitors to Da Bia Mountain in Dong Hoa District in the central province of Phu Yen are always surprised by what they see, depending on their perspective.
Elephant Waterfall – the imposing beauty with a blend of stable and gentle
Voi (Elephant) Waterfall, also called Lieng Rowoa Waterfall, is considered as the most beautiful and majestic waterfall in the highlands province of Lam Dong. It is more than 30m high, about 15m wide with the water flows make an area be obscured by the very white spray.