Guideline Manual on Logo&Slogan Travel Enterprises Accommodations
Charming Viet Nam (668 news)
‘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.

Mekong Delta in “floating season”: A real travel experience

“Floating season” in Mekong Delta, when the water level is on the rise and the rivers and canals expand, takes place from the seventh to the ninth lunar month. The annual floodwaters carry nutrient-rich alluvium to farmland and provide a bounty of fish, shrimp and other aquatic species. It also marks the start of a unique tourist season in the region.

Admiring the clouds on top of Chieu Lau Thi Peak

Located in Ho Thau Commune, Hoang Su Phi District, Ha Giang, Chieu Lau Thi Peak is part of the Tay Con Linh mountain range, which is known as one of the most diverse ecological populations in Viet Nam’s northern region.

Trang An offers visitors space for relaxation

Among the diverse and beautiful caves, mountains, lakes and historical relics in the northern province of Ninh Binh, the Trang An scenic landscape complex is sure to give visitors a chance to put your mind at rest in a peaceful atmosphere like in heaven.

Homestay service makes Moc Chau more appealing

With its cool weather, beautiful landscapes, and large grass and tea fields, Moc Chau National Tourism Site in Son La province, 200 km from Ha Noi, draws crowds of visitors.

Tay ethnic culture preserved in Xuan Giang commune

More than 90% of the population of Xuan Giang commune in Ha Giang province is Tay ethnic minority people. Local authorities have established Folk Artisans’ Associations to preserve and develop their traditional cultural identities, especially as it relates to folk melodies and musical instruments.

Bach Ma National Park: the ‘sleeping beauty’ of central Viet Nam

Bach Ma National Park, one of the biggest and most important protected areas in Viet Nam, boasts vast, untapped eco-tourism potential and, as such, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue is working to capitalise on this advantage.

Visiting the beautiful Muong Hoa Valley of Lao Cai

Muong Hoa Valley, Hau Thao  Commune lies eight kilometres southeast of Sa Pa Town. Visitors get to the beautiful valley after crossing a high mountain pass.

Cape Sa Vi, Viet Nam’s northeastern-most point

When you draw the map of Viet Nam, your first stroke might well be cape Sa Vi in Mong Cai city, Quang Ninh province. Viet Nam’s northeastern-most point, Sa Vi is a destination for adventure lovers.

Cold snail noodles: A Ha Noi specialty

Unlike the feast of the hot version of 'bun oc' is cold snail soup, which is almost unique for its utmost simplicity.

Colorful costumes of ethnic women in Son La

Son La province has 18 ethnic groups living together despite their different customs and lifestyles. Traditional clothes are an important component of a culture, which identify ethnic groups and reflect their society, production, and history.

Ha Noi's awesome autumnal brunch: ‘Banh duc nong’

Right around this time, Ha Noi's dreary monsoon rain becomes a pleasant drizzle. Few dishes compliment this change of seasons better than ‘banh duc nong’- a thick, savoury rice porridge lovingly beaten out by tough old ladies in Ha Noi's slender alleyways.

Vietnamese cooking classes draw foreign tourists

Local food is among the key tourism attractions for any destination. Most people like to enjoy traditional and special dishes at restaurants. Many others choose to join local cooking classes to make food themselves.