Adventurous eaters should wait no more and make a beeline for Đồng Tháp Province, the perfect place to sample exotic dishes that will surely amass a bevy of "likes" on your Instagram account.
Cai Chien island, dubbed the “forgotten paradise”, is a must-see destination in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh.
After three months of being put into operation back, tourists everywhere come to An Hien Garden House - the garden house viewed as the epitome of Hue – in order to be immersed in the romantic ancient space with fragrant flowers and sweet fruit.
The HCMC Museum of History built by the French colonial regime 90 years ago is a blend of Asian and European architectural styles.
Vietnamese cuisine includes many types of che (pudding), including 'che con ong', which is called “honeycomb-shaped pudding” because the dish’s grains of rice resemble a hive of bees.
Considered as a ‘pearl’ of the south-central coastal region, Phu Quy island district in Binh Thuan province has become a wonderful destination for both domestic and foreign travellers.
Old architectural works in Ha Noi show interesting exchange of mixed Asian and European beauty, creating ancient and modern Ha Noi architectural space.
The mountainous district of A Luoi in Thua Thien Hue Province is among attractive destinations for tourists loving to explore the daily life and culture of ethnic minority people in the central region.
Day Cake is a popular type of cake that can be found all over Vietnam, but the Day Cake known as “Pau Plau” in Lao Cai is quite a unique dish. It is made solely of rice, but its deliciousness has been tested and acknowledged by many travelers who have been to Lao Cai.
Thien Mu pagoda, which is also known as Linh Mu, lies on a hill overlooking the picturesque Huong (Perfume) river in Hue city in central Vietnam.