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Sai Sung – A special seafood in Quang Ninh
Everyone knows that Quang Ninh is famous for its scenery, its people, its culture. But not many people know about a unique food that can only be found there. This special seafood is called Sai Sung or Sa Sung; it is surely another reason why you cannot refuse to come to Quang Ninh.
A visit to Langbiang Mountain

Visitors to the resort city of Da Lat can take a tour of the Langbiang plateau and sample ruou can (wine stored in a big jar and drunk with a long bamboo pipe), a specialty of ethnic minorities living in the Central Highlands.

Bac Lieu shows great tourism promise

Bac Lieu is a Mekong Delta province that has the normal tropical attractions and more, including a bird sanctuary, a monument to ostentatious living, Khmer culture, boat trips, popular places of worship, orchards and flower gardens. 

Ho Chi Minh City-based Tan Dinh Church becomes tourist destination

Located at 289 Hai Ba Trung Street in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 3, Tan Dinh Church has been a destination for Catholics as well as tourists who come to admire the imposing French-influenced architecture and find peace for their soul.

Unique rite of passage of Dao ethnic minority

‘Cap sac’ ritual is a rite of passage to mark the coming-of-age of the Dao ethnic men, affirming the recognition of the community and gods to them. With the Dao ethnic minority people in Hoanh Bo district, Quang Ninh province, ‘cap sac’ is the most important ritual.

Tet arrives early for northern Mong ethnic village

Villagers in Tham Phang village in Muong Ang district of Dien Bien province are celebrating Tet during one of the coldest winters in the region.

Red Dao 'capital’ is mountain wonderland

Located 1,000m above sea level, Ho Thau commune in the northern mountains has cool weather all year round and breathtaking landscapes.

Black sesame sweet soup, a popular dessert in Hoi An

Black sesame sweet soup, a sweet, commonly served after meals as a mid afternoon snack, is a smooth and luscious soup with a rich toasted sesame taste that’s particularly popular in Hoi An ancient city.

Bach Dang Giang relic site highlights national undauntedness

Located at the estuary of Bach Dang River, just 20 km from downtown Hai Phong Bach Dang Giang relic site is the city’s largest complex of historical, cultural and spiritual monuments and a popular tourist attraction.

Grilled meatballs in Lang Son

Whenever it comes to Vietnamese meatballs, people usually think of the so-called sour meatballs in Thanh Hoa or the tasty fried meatballs found on Hang Bong St, Ha Noi. However, the Grilled Meatballs in Lang Son would still leave a lasting impression on anyone who is lucky enough to try them.

Reconstructed 11th century Tuong Long Pagoda unveiled in Hai Phong

A reconstruction of the Tuong Long Pagoda, which was built in 1058 under the reign of Emperor Thanh Tong of the Ly Dynasty, was unveiled in the northern city of Hai Phong on November 19.

Ancient paper art returns to Ha Noi's Yen Thai village

The art of making poonah paper from the bark of a tree for artwork and votive offerings is being revived in Yen Thai, a village outside Ha Noi that made the product for at least 600 years.

Rang Bua Cake(Nov 15, 2017)
Rang Bua Cake

When travelling to Thanh Hoa, visitors should not miss this tasty cake.

Ong Nui Pagoda - a tourist destination in Binh Dinh province

Ong Nui (also known as Linh Phong) Pagoda, located in Phuong Binh village, Cat Tien commune, Phu Cat district, is one of the most important and famous Buddhist relic sites in Binh Dinh province.

‘Cua Dinh’ singing successfully revived after six decades of decline

A performance featuring ‘Cua Dinh’ folk singing will be held at the Viet Nam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies in Ha Noi on November 14, marking the successful revival of the musical genre after six decades of decline.