The Cau Vang (Golden Bridge) in the central coastal city of Da Nang held up by a colossal pair of hands has caught media attention worldwide due to its dazzling design.
Mộc Châu Plateau with endless evergreen tea hills and peach and plum blossoms whenever spring arrives is very popular with backpackers. However, there is another address for adventurers to discover if they want to explore more of the northern mountainous province of Sơn La. It is Vân Hồ District, with amazing, majestic, and typical features of Việt Nam’s northwestern region.
The Hanoi Train Street has become famous to foreign tourists.
(TITC)- Bai Dinh Pagoda is located in Trang An Landscape Complex (Gia Sinh Commune, Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh Province), 95km south of Ha Noi Capital. The sparkling scence, great and sacred space has made the pagoda as a spiritual site attracting many visitors to worship, sighseeing, pray for good luck. Owning many records of Viet Nam, the pagoda has become a popular spiritual destination.
Our names are Marine and Antoine. We are a French couple, and last year, we decided to make a trip around the world over the course of 12 months. We left France on November 28th last year.
Like everyone else, I like to head for the sea on my summer vacation. But I don’t like to see everyone else when I hit the beach. At luxurious resorts and famous beaches, it can be so crowded that you can’t find a space to swim. When you try to take a picture to document your trip, hordes of people fill the frame. So instead, I keep returning to a place that is quiet and pristine, where I can spend time for myself while mingling with nature and the universe.
Then is considering melodies from Heaven, making it an art of religious nature.
The central coastal province of Phú Yên, a land of immense green grass fields scattered with yellow flowers and stunningly beautiful cliffs abutting the blue sea, is a highlight on the tourism map of Việt Nam.
National Geographic has named Việt Nam’s Topas Ecolodge on its list of unique lodges around the world.
I met British expat David Lloyd by chance during a mountain marathon in Sa Pa in Lào Cai Province last year where he was the race director.