Ao Chau Lagoon - Green pearl of the Motherland

Ao Chau Lagoon has a water surface area of ​​about 2.2km2 with about 100 large and small islands, covered with rich vegetation, interspersed with 99 water niches interwoven between the islands and hills, creating a charming feng shui picture.

A beautiful world on Quang Ninh’s seabed

Quang Ninh waters, concentrated in Ha Long Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay and Co To Islands, are home to many beautiful coral reefs with high biodiversity, according to scientists from the Institute of Marine Environment Resources (under Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology).

One of the world's most beautiful streets in Hoi An

Tran Phu street in Hoi An ancient town in Quang Nam province has just appeared on the list of the most beautiful streets in the world. The street is home to numerous heritages and vibrant bougainvillea in full bloom.

Untold tale of Hang Dau Water Tower in Ha Noi

Hang Dau Water Tower has attracted many visitors thanks to its structure of the building built in the late 19th century by French colonists.

Spreading the beauty of Hue through paintings

Born and raised in Hai Duong commune (Hue City), Dao Nguyen Tai (born in 2002), a student of Applied Arts Department at University of Arts, Hue University, has quietly expressed his love for Hue through lines, colors, and images. Tai's passionate and creative paintings have contributed to spreading the beauty of the Ngu Mountain and Perfume River region.

Phun Abyss: Unveiling Phu Yen’s hidden forest gem

Phun Abyss is a captivating sanctuary nestled within Phu Yen, characterized by its lush green forests, majestic cliffs, tranquil ambiance, and pristine crystal-clear water. This enchanting landscape invokes a sense of awe and wonder in every visitor who steps into its serene embrace.

Conquering Hang En Waterfall in Gia Lai

Located in Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve in the communes of Son Lang and Dak Roong of K’bang District, in the Central Highlands Province of Gia Lai, Hang En Waterfall (also known as K50 Waterfall) is a trekking destination that has attracted many travellers, who love adventure tourism and exploring.

Mu Cang Chai: Spectacle of water pouring season

During May and June, the terraced fields of Mu Cang Chai District in Yen Bai Province transform into stunning landscapes resembling ink wash paintings. This is when the Mong ethnic people channel water into the fields, turning them into giant mirrors that reflect the clouds, mountains, and trees. This season, known as the ‘water pouring season’, is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Mu Cang Chai, drawing crowds of visitors.

Conquering Yen Tu mountain

Yen Tu Mountain's history dates back to the 13th century, when a Zen master is believed to have built a temple on the mountain. During the Tran Dynasty, King Tran Nhan Tong established the Truc Lam Zen sect and built the first temple on the mountain of Yen Tu. Over time, the mountain became a pilgrimage site for Buddhists seeking enlightenment.

Experience a luxury and low-carbon travel with train ride in Vietnam

(TITC) - The South China Morning Post (SCMP) published an article telling the wonderful, unforgettable experiences on the train in Vietnam.