• Tourism to become key economic sector

    Tourism to become key economic sector

    Tourism is set to become the country’s key economic sector.

  • Son Doong Cave internationally recognised

    Son Doong Cave internationally recognised

    Son Doong Cave in the central province of Quang Binh has been recognised as the largest of its kind in the world by three international organisations, including Guinness ( based in the UK), the Association World Record (based in Hong Kong) and WorldKings (based in the US and India).

  • Lose yourself in blue on Green Island

    Lose yourself in blue on Green Island

    As a young girl, I have nothing but enthusiasm for exploring new land. On a beautiful day I decided to pack my bag and headed to Cu Lao Xanh, Green Island, which I had heard much about but never had a chance to visit.

  • Discovering Lap An Lagoon Thua Thien - Hue Province

    Discovering Lap An Lagoon Thua Thien - Hue Province

    Thua Thien – Hue Province is not only famous for many unique historical – cultural relics, but also owns charming and poetic landscapes, including Lap An Lagoon (Lang Co Town, Phu Loc District).

  • My Son Sanctuary   World Cultural Heritage

    My Son Sanctuary World Cultural Heritage

    My Son Sanctuary is set in a small valley belonging to Duy Phu Commune, Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province, about 70km southwest of Danang City and 40km from Hoi An City. Of the 225 Cham vestiges that are founded in Viet Nam, My Son possesses 71 monuments and 32 epitaphs, the content of which is still being studied.

  •  In Hue, Vietnam, sightseeing via motorcycle

    In Hue, Vietnam, sightseeing via motorcycle

    When in Vietnam, do like the locals do. As far as transportation goes, that can mean only one way: on a motorbike. Vietnam, a tiny country packed with a population of 90 million, has 37 million registered motorbikes. So if you're going to see Vietnam like a local, that would be on the back of a bike. And in Hue, that means using Hue Rider.

  • The Coolest New Adventure in Asia Exploring the Phong Nha Caves in Vietnam

    The Coolest New Adventure in Asia Exploring the Phong Nha Caves in Vietnam

    Wading in chest-high water that’s an eye-opening 60 degrees. Sleeping in a mosquito-netted hammock in the humid jungle. Scraping my hands while scaling ragged karst. Hoping I don’t lose my footing on a small, uneven rock ledge many feet above the valley floor below. The occasional bat flying past my face. This hardly sounds like a luxury vacation.

  • SAPA

    SAPA

    Located 38km from Lao Cai City, Sa Pa is a mountainous district of Lao Cai Province. Sa Pa District is very well-known with Sa Pa Townlet, a beautiful and romantic resort.

  • Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

    Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

    Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park lies in Quang Binh Province - the central Viet Nam. Covering an area of more than 343,000 hectares (heart zone of 123,30 ha and buffer zone of 220,000ha), Phong Nha – Ke Bang situated in Quang Binh, Bo Trach and Minh Hoa districts, is 50km northwest of Dong Hoi City.

  • Karst out in Bai Tu Long Bay, Vietnam

    Karst out in Bai Tu Long Bay, Vietnam

    The stunning karst pinnacles of Ha Long Bay are one of the jewels in Vietnam’s crown, but as Ron Emmons discovers, nearby Bai Tu Long Bay boasts the same beguiling scenery – without the crowds.

  • Introducing Halong Bay

    Introducing Halong Bay

    Towering limestone pillars and tiny islets topped by forest rise from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. Halong translates as 'where the dragon descends into the sea' and legend tells that this mystical seascape was created when a great mountain dragon charged towards the coast, its flailing tail gouging out valleys and crevasses.

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