Mui Ne – an ideal getaway for beach enthusiasts

If you are a beach lover without enough time during the weekend for long trips, Mui Ne in Phan Thiet City, one of the most beautiful beach destinations of Viet Nam, could be an ideal ... Continue Reading →

Learning the basic Vietnamese language

It is a whole lot different and more challenging when you are visiting a land with a different dialect from yours. When travellers can’t make out the words or directions of a sign ... Continue Reading →

Cuc Phuong National Park overshadowed by butterflies

Coming to Cuc Phuong forest this season, visitors will have the floating feeling of walking in a fairyland with thousands of cabbage white butterflies flying in line. Continue Reading →

Let the money be your guide: Famous tourist attractions on Vietnam’s bank notes

What’s really on the money? VND500,000 bill The banknote with the highest denomination features a thatched roof house inside a museum dedicated to the late president Ho Chi Minh ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam code of conduct for tourists

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has issued a code of conduct for international and local tourists, tour operators and locals at tourism spots. The code of conduct includes ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam moves to tap film-induced tourism

Vietnam, with its gorgeous and otherworldly natural and cultural heritage sites, which film producers crave, is willing to host foreign film productions after the fresh success of “Kong: ... Continue Reading →

Ho Tram Beach – an exotic destination

Ho Tram beach impresses the tourists not only by its surprisingly vivid beach and white sand dunes but also by the stunning view of cajeput forest. It is an ideal destination for those ... Continue Reading →

Bustling life of Cai Rang floating market

The floating market of Cai Rang has been chosen as one of the 10 most impressive markets in the world by UK magazine Rough Guide. Source: VNA Continue Reading →

Delightful March in Central Highlands

Located southwards in Vietnam plateaus including Kon Tum, Kon Plong, Kon Ha Nung, Playku, Mdrak, Dak Lak, Mo Nong, Lam and Di Linh make giant Central Highlands. With its unique natural ... Continue Reading →

Tom singing of the Kho Mu

Despite living a hard life in remote mountain areas, the Kho Mu have a rich cultural life that includes many musical genres. The most popular is Tom singing. The Kho Mu sing anytime ... Continue Reading →
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