• Ca Mau – Vietnam’s southernmost province

    Ca Mau – Vietnam’s southernmost province

    This 300-year-old land is the ending point of the S-shaped Vietnam. Ca Mau Cape, 180 kilometers from Ca Mau City, is the only place in Vietnam where people can see both ocean sunrise and sunset in one day. A place where humans and nature co-exist in harmony, Ca Mau is dotted with bird parks, swamplands, channels and forests.

  • The best bays in central Vietnam

    The best bays in central Vietnam

    Here are the most beautiful bays in central Vietnam.

  •  Hoi An, the ‘Yellow City’ of Vietnam

    Hoi An, the ‘Yellow City’ of Vietnam

    Vincent Van Gogh once said that “Sunshine, a light which, for want of a better word I can only call yellow — pale sulphur yellow, pale lemon gold. How beautiful yellow is!” The World Heritage site of Hoi An which is also known as the Yellow City of Vietnam is home to grand colonial houses mingled amid Chinese wooden trader’s houses.

  •  Seven residences of King Bao Dai

    Seven residences of King Bao Dai

    The seven residences of King Bao Dai, the last king of the Nguyen Dynasty, have become highly popular tourist destinations, attracting large numbers of both local and international guests.

  •  Green mangrove forests in flooding season

    Green mangrove forests in flooding season

    Flooding season brings about abundant fishery resources to people in the Mekong Delta, and beautifies the mangrove forests there.

  • One Pillar Pagoda in Saigon

    One Pillar Pagoda in Saigon

    The Southern One Pillar pagoda was modeled on Hanoi’s one–pillar pagoda. Its structure is similar but not identical. It was built in 1958 by the monk Thich Tri Dung.

  • Thanh Hoa – the cradle of VN civilization

    Thanh Hoa – the cradle of VN civilization

    Thanh Hoa is one of the biggest provinces in Vietnam and a cradle of Vietnamese civilization dating back 6,000 years ago.

  • Amazing Vietnam in photos taken by air

    Amazing Vietnam in photos taken by air

    The three regions of Vietnam – the north, the south and central – look amazing in photos taken by aerial cameras by amateur photographer Le The Thang,

  • Discover Binh Dinh – The land of Vietnam's martial arts

    Discover Binh Dinh – The land of Vietnam's martial arts

    The central province of Binh Dinh is home to Quang Trung, the revered king of a humble background, and Binh Dinh Gia, the Vietnamese martial art that has been recognized worldwide.

  • Hanoi ao dai festival in pictures

    Hanoi ao dai festival in pictures

    The 2016 Hanoi Ao dai (traditional long dress) Festival opened at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long–Hanoi on the evening of October 14 in the presence of National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.

  • Vietnam’s beauty through lens of four photographers

    Vietnam’s beauty through lens of four photographers

    Seventy photographs about Vietnam were introduced recently at a photo exhibition "S Vietnam – a Wonderful Vietnam" by Le The Thang, Huynh Phuc Hau, Ngo Huy Hoa and Tran Nam Thuong.

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