Off the beaten-track in Hầu Thào Commune near Sa Pa

Hầu Thào Commune in Sa Pa District hides inside blankets of soft, white clouds, among pristine forest and mountains with lush green terraced rice fields.

Minh Thành, a peaceful and unique pagoda in a mountainous city

The Central Highlands province of Gia Lai not only has majestic forests, endless coffee fields, poetic Biển Hồ (Sea Lake) and immense green tea hills, it also has a beautiful and unique pagoda named Minh Thành.

Phu Quoc Island, must visit once in lifetime

(TITC) - Many travel bloggers recommend that tourists must visit Phu Quoc Island (Kien Giang Province) once in lifetime. What makes the pearl island so impressive to all visitors?

Khau Vai market in Ha Giang: A venue of broken romance

There is a market in the Ha Giang Karst Plateau which is not a trading place but instead a meeting venue of couples who were in love but broke up in the end. It is Khau Vai market, also known as Phong Luu market, and is held on the 27th day of the third lunar month.

Visit the beautiful neighbor of Ha Long Bay

Lan Ha - a bay in the shape of an arc, which accommodates more than 400 lush-green islets—offers a wonderful landscape.

Cao Bang grass jelly: A summertime treat

The grass jelly is an indispensable ingredient for a delicious cup of sweet soup or soya bean curd of all flavours. The northern province of Cao Bang is famous for this unique kind of jelly.

Tan Thanh pagoda – a spiritual boundary marker in the north

Tan Thanh pagoda near the Tan Thanh border gate which borders China features authentic Vietnamese architecture.

Conquering Mt Cao Xiêm, the roof of Quảng Ninh

When it's safe to travel again, you could do worse than a trip to Mount Cao Xiêm in Bình Liêu District, Quảng Ninh Province, to indulge in the wild beauty of the mountains.

Northern snail noodle soup

Among the culinary delights in Hanoi, snail noodle soup is fascinating to many northerners. The dish, which can be said to have a unique countryside flavor, is pervasive in the capital, from street food stalls to luxury restaurants.

On one of the highest peaks of Vietnam

At 2,913 meters above sea level, Lung Cung peak in Mu Cang Chai District, Yen Bai Province, is a compelling destination for young mountaineers.