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Sa Pa Stone Church – An ancient French architectural work in Lao Cai Province
(TITC) - Located in Sa Pa Town, Sa Pa District, Lao Cai Province, Sa Pa Stone Church is an ancient architectural work according to French style.  
Traditional Xen Muong festival of Thai people in Dien Bien

Every year when spring comes around, Thai people in the Muong Thanh valley in the northern province of Dien Bien joyfully celebrate Xen Muong, one of the group’s biggest festivals in commemoration of the founders of ‘Muong’, the land of the Thai.

Ten, a tourism hamlet characteristic of the Mong ethnic group

Ten hamlet in Thai Nguyen province used to be extremely poor. The roads leading to the hamlet were tortuous and steep and the locals lived below the poverty line. But now, thanks to the government’s help, it has become an attractive destination to tourists interested in exploring the Mong culture.

Discovering the unspoiled beauty of Cai Chien Island

(TITC) - Located in Quang Dien Commune, Hai Ha District, Quang Ninh Province, about 330km to the north-east of Ha  Noi, Cai Chien is an unspoiled island and has emerged as a new destination for those who love discover. 

Water Puppetry – can’t miss in Viet Nam

Water puppetry is among the traditional art forms most recommended for foreign visitors in Viet Nam.

Travellers urged to explore Viet Nam’s most beautiful beaches

The New York-based travel site Thrillist has included Cat Co 2 beach on Cat Ba island, northern Hai Phong City, and Thom beach on Phu Quoc island, southern Kien Giang Province, on its list of the best seaside getaways in Viet Nam.

Coming to Mooc Stream to enjoy the green and cool space

(TITC) - Nestled under the limestone ranges covered with jungle, Mooc Stream (Phuc Trach Commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province) brings cool breeze to Phong Nha - Ke Bang mountain and forest. Coming to Mooc Stream, visitors are not only immersed in the cool water but also have the opportunity to explore the world natural heritage of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park.

Sand dunes of Quang Binh

Besides beautiful beaches, white sand dunes are another attraction for tourists in the central province of Quang Binh.

Giac Lam pagoda - a destination in Ho Chi Minh City

Built in 1744 by a hermit, Ly Thuy Long, who raised money to build the temple to worship the Buddha, the pagoda was originally called “Cam Son”, “Cam Dem” or “Son Can”.  In 1774 it was renamed “Giac Lam” during the time of Venerable Monk Vien Quang.

Five things for newcomers to discover in HCM City

Those wishing to experience culture and lifestyles as natives of Ho Chi Minh City should check out the following places.

Mong Rong Rock Area, a wonder of nature in Quang Ninh

Located in Co To Island, Quang Ninh Province, Mong Rong (Dragon Claw) Rock Area is a favourite destination for visitors to the island.

Exploring Chua Chan Mountain in Dong Nai

Those fond of mountain climbing and trekking but not having sufficient time for long trips could contemplate Chua Chan Mountain in Xuan Loc District, Dong Nai Province which can be easily accessible by either motorcycle or bus in one day.

Hundred year-old incense village in Hung Yen

The two-century-old Cao village in the northern province of Hung Yen is one of the largest incense making villages in Viet Nam.

South of Da Lat, quiet Bao Loc refreshes

Lam Dong Province’s most famous tourism destination by far is Da Lat City, known the world over since its days as a French colonial summer resort. But located 110km to the south of Da Lat is the town of Bao Loc, quieter and fresher than Da Lat with its own charm.

'Banh Da Ke' – Simple flavourful snack of Hanoians

Banh da ke (millet rice cracker) is a flavourful snack enjoyed by Hanoians which is a harmonious taste of the crispness of the rice cracker, the aroma of millet, and the sweetness of sugar and mung bean puree.