Green trees - the city’s soul

Whenever a type of tree is planted or felled in the streets, scientists usually consider scientific arguments to analyse suitable varieties; meanwhile the majority of people feel nostalgic and dispirited.

Hue – destination for leisure travel

A series of high-class resort projects will be built, and many ongoing projects will be upgraded and expanded. Hue is "accelerating" to develop leisure travel.

First river bus service launched in Ho Chi Minh City

After months of expectation, Saigonians finally can take a river bus, avoiding the traffic on the streets of the country’s busiest city.

Upside Down World Da Nang – emerging attraction of city

Located at 44 Ho Xuan Huong in Ngu Hanh Son District, the Upside Down World Da Nang is drawing a great deal of attention from local residents and visitors, especially youth.

Pá Kứ San, Mother Mountain in the clouds

Pá Kứ San Mountain in Lào Cai Province has primitive forests covered in moss, forests full of maple trees and their colourful leaves, cliffs that startle with their steepness and, at times, all this is covered in a sea of mist.

Pho Bang: charming and peaceful

After hearing about its discreet charm and tranquility, we were eager to visit Phó Bảng old town in Đồng Văn District in the northern mountainous province of Hà Giang.

Heaven comes to earth in Lộc Yên

Lộc Yên, an ancient village in Tiên Phước District in the central province of Quảng Nam, is dubbed "paradise land" for its heavenly landscape. The village lies at the foot of a mountain and looks out over rice fields.

Mountain market a hub for ethnic traders

The Bắc Hà market in the mountainous province of Lào Cai is the largest market in this part of the country. The market is held every Sunday with people from 14 ethnic minority groups in nearby towns and villages coming together to trade, exchange news and socialise. The market used to be the region’s hub for the buying and selling of horses – the most popular method of transport in the mountains — but now it’s a bustling market with a wide variety of goods.

Thu Sy village boasts 200 years of fish-pot making tradition

A fish-pot is a traditional fishing tool to catch fish used mainly in Vietnam’s northern delta provinces. Thu Sy village in Hung Yen province is famous for its traditional job of weaving fish pots. Its products are sold throughout the northern region and exported to other countries.