Since November 2017 I often come to visit Son Tra Nature Reserve in Da Nang. There, in the forest’s green lungs, I made friends with the red-shanked doucs, one among 287 species of fauna at Son Tra.
Phu Yen, Viet Nam’s sunrise land, hosts a long rudimentary, annually repaired bridge that is the darling of all photographers.
An opulent vestige in Da Lat, used by the last king of the Nguyen Dynasty, has an escape tunnel that leads directly to a helipad.
Quang Ninh is not only well known for the beautiful Ha Long Bay, but also its tasty seafood.
As one of the ten most beautiful ancient villages in Viet Nam, Dong Son ancient village, situated by the Ma River in Ham Rong ward, Thanh Hoa province’s Thanh Hoa city, is attractive to visitors for its peaceful beauty, historical architecture, and Dong Son archaeological relics.
Moc Chau is a wide, dreamy plateau in Viet Nam’s northern mountains, 180 kilometers from Ha Noi.
The Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc has begun growing bamboos on a new farm on its beachfront grounds, becoming the first international hotel in Vietnam to use straws made from bamboos grown on its own farm in a bid to protect the environment.
The southern province of Kien Giang is carrying out a project to develop eco-tourism in U Minh Thuong National Park for 2019-2020 with a vision to 2030, with a total investment of over 150 billion VND (6.46 million USD).
Boat rides in the Thung Nham eco-tourism zone take visitors up close to glowing stalactites and several bird species.
The recently-concluded DPRK-USA Summit in Hanoi provided a great opportunity to introduce the image of Vietnam to the world. Vietnamese cuisine was offered to foreign diplomats and reporters as a taste of Vietnamese culture.