"Geology Museum" on Ha Long Bay

Cat Oan - Hon Xep is considered an open-air geological museum in the midst of Ha Long Bay with wild and magnificent landscapes.

Hanoi’s young rice making village enters a new season

After nearly two months of standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic, villagers from Me Tri trade village are returning to their traditional job of making com or young glutinous rice as Covid-19 restrictions have been eased.

Rice paddies in Tu Le Valley bask in the golden glow of autumn

When autumn comes, the terraced rice fields are turning yellow in Tu Le Valley, Van Chan District, in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, casting a golden glow across the valley.

Ong Cop Bridge, Longest Wooden Bridge in Vietnam

Known as the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam, Ong Cop bridge offers travel and photo enthusiasts a spectacular natural scene that will definitely worth seeing

Ngai Thau Thuong – highest village in Vietnam

Ngai Thau Thuong, a small village of Bat Xat district, the northern Lao Cai province, is located at 2,300m above the sea level on the cloudy Ma Cha Va peak, and is the highest village in Vietnam.

Wanderlust travel magazine features must-have experiences when visiting Vietnam

According to the UK’s Wanderlust travel magazine, Vietnam offers adventure at every turn. Here are our favourite things to do in the dazzling Halong Bay, vibrant cities Hoi An, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City, the rural north and beyond...

Discovering Doi Cape, journey towards the sun

Referring to the central province of Khanh Hoa, people often think of Nha Trang, but few people know that there is also a place with blue sea, white sand, golden sunshine with diverse landscapes. That is Mui Doi (Cape Doi), the first sunrise viewing spot on the mainland.

Famous delicacies in Cao Bang

Not only famous for historical sites and beautiful landscapes, Cao Bang province also attracts tourists with its unique dishes.

‘Che lam’: A not-to-be-missed delicacy in ancient village of Hanoi

‘Che lam’ (nutty ginger sticky rice bars) is a not-to-be-missed delicacy of locals in Duong Lam village in Son Tay town, Hanoi. Aside from the original flavour, the food now also has many other tastes.

A glimpse of Ha Giang during golden rice season

Every year, from the end of August to the beginning of September of the lunar calendar (which falls in October), the weather in the highlands starts to get cold and the yellow rays of the sun shine on the ripe golden rice fields, signalling a bountiful "golden season". This is the time when ethnic minorities in the highlands of Ha Giang celebrate the New Rice festival.