(TITC) – Sa Pa, a mountainous region lies in northern Vietnam, with minority ethnics villages flickering within mountains, hidden waterfalls and endless untouched nature, there is more to explore in this heavenly nature, written by German Blogger Laura Eddelbüttel from ASI Reisen Blog. And here are 5 tips for travel lovers to enjoy Sa Pa to its core.
(TITC) – On the way to discover the North of Ha Giang Province, over Ma Pi Leng Pass, let look up and you can see a small road running parallel on the top, along the foot of the white limestone mountain. This is the walking route to conquer the White Cliffs with different emotions in journey.
(TITC) - Not a fan of the hustle, bustle cities of Vietnam? Here are 8 treks for discovering Vietnam’s rural heartlands, where the serene setting is full of adventurous hikes to remote villages, lofty lookouts, tumbling waterfalls and the summit of Indochina’s highest mountain.
Located in the complex of Bai Tu Long Bay, Bai Tu Long National Park surrounded by gigantic rocky limestone mountains includes primitive forests, rare wildlife species and precious flora.
Ha Noi is famous for many traditional craft villages. Each craft village has its own characteristics. If you are planning to visit and learn about cultural and artistic values and buy ethnic souvenirs, Ha Noi's traditional craft villages are the great choice for you.
The palm tree has long been a tree close to Vietnamese people. It is not only mentioned in poetry, songs, and music, but can also be processed into rustic dishes with morish taste of the hometown.
The beauty of U Minh Ha National Park, a wild and mysterious flooded forest near the southernmost tip of the country, will make visitors both nervous and surprised.
Phno Don pagoda is one of the biggest and most majestic of the 143 pagodas in Tra Vinh province. It is a splendid example of Khmer architecture
Owing to its pristine natural beauty, Khe Van waterfall in the mountainous district of Binh Lieu is known as an attractive destination for adventurous tourists.
From his deep admiration for President Ho Chi Minh, the great Vietnamese leader who contributed to motivating working class and oppressed peoples around the world to fight for national liberation, French-Romanian painter Georg Esco has created an impressive portrait of President Ho.