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Hill Chicken in Tien Yen
Tien Yen is a small town in Quang Ninh province. From Ha Long City, visitors can easily get there by driving 70km towards the North on National Highway 18. The trip might be long but the result is rewarding after all, because in Tien Yen they can find a wonderful speciality: Hill chicken!
Xoan singing – spotlight of tour to ancestral land

Xoan-singing clubs in the ancestral land of Phu Tho have become busier welcoming both domestic and foreign tourists after the folk genre of music was added to the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in late 2017.

Banh Khot – A tasty crispy pancake in southern Viet Nam

Banh khot', a popular dish in southern Viet Nam, is a crispy pancake that just tastes amazing with fish sauce and fresh herbs.

Khuc Thua Du temple – a national historical relic in Hai Duong province

The temple worshipping national hero Khuc Thua Du is a beautiful attraction in Ninh Giang District, Hai Duong Province. Situated next to the Luoc river, the national historical relic reflects the Vietnamese spirit of “remembering the source of the water we drink”.

Rice paper salad – A popular street food in Viet Nam

‘Banh trang tron’ (rice paper salad), has recently become a popular street food for young people in big cities in Viet Nam.

Bang Lang stork garden in Can Tho Province

The Mekong delta province of Can Tho is best known for its endless green rice fields and abundant orchards. The beautiful scenery is ornamented by thousands of storks spreading their wings against the sunset sky in Bang Lang garden.

Hoang Su Phi terraced fields, masterpieces of minority groups

When ripened rice turns terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi District into glossy gold carpets, tourists flock to the northwestern mountain region to admire the beauty of agriculture and nature and learn about the life and customs of the local ethnic people who create the terraced fields.

Exploring serene Lan Ha Bay – the “second” Ha Long bay of Viet Nam

With around 400 islands covered with diversified species of plants, Lan Ha Bay in Cat Ba island district, in the northern port city of Hai Phong, has risen to become a “second” Ha Long Bay of Viet Nam on the tourist map.

Chi Lang Nam stork island in Hai Duong Province

Chi Lang Nam island in Hai Duong Province is also called “Stork island” thanks to its second-to-none scenery created by thousands of storks spreading their wings in the sky at dusk and dawn.

Bac Lieu Dandy’s house

(TITC) - Situated at No.13, Dien Bien Phu Street, Ward 3, Bac Lieu City, the house is bound to the anecdote of Bac Lieu dandy Tran Trinh Huy (1900-1974) – the most famous dandy in the Southern province of Bac Lieu in early 20th century.

Na Hang lake: A great area to get out of the city at the weekend

Taking a boat trip on Na Hang lake in Tuyen Quang Province amid the cool breeze in late autumn is a sound choice to get out of the city at the weekend, allowing visitors to forget their busy schedules at work and refuel their positive energy for the coming week.

Experiencing local life in Lang Son

When visiting the northern province of Lang Son, Bac Son District’s Quynh Son Commune is often the first stop for tourists who wish to experience local life through homestays.

‘Khau nhuc’ – A signature dish of Lang Son Province

‘Khau nhuc’, a type of braised pork belly seasoned with several kinds of herbs, is one of the must-try dishes for gourmets visiting Viet Nam’s northern province of Lang Son.

Central Viet Nam waterfalls make a splash

As the central region of Viet Nam boasts some of the best white-sand beaches with warming sunshine and clear water, the area’s eco tourism is often overlooked, especially the natural waterfalls, which never fail to impress travelers.

Year end, the best time to visit Da Lat

The resort town of Da Lat is well-known at home and abroad thanks to its year-round cool climate, green pine forests, misty landscape, and resplendent architectural gems dating back to the colonial era.