(TITC) - The north-eastern mountainous province of Ha Giang, home to 22 ethnic groups, also well-known as the place where “flowers grow in rocks”. This land is becoming an attractive destination that possesses not only the wild and magnificent beauty but also poetic and dreamy.
For the Mong ethnic group in the northern province of Ha Giang, men men (steamed minced corn) is both a traditional dish and a special part of their culture.
The Travel has introduced a list of the nine most amazing things to do in the Mekong Delta region, which is seemingly off-the-beaten-track to foreign tourists.
A traveler and his friend set out on a tour of Ninh Thuan Province for three days and visited nearly all the landmarks in the central coast province
Silkworm-shaped cakes found in Ngan Dua Village, Hong Dan District in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu, are a local specialty offering a perfect balance between sweet and salty flavors
En Cave Cascade, also known as K50 Cascade, in Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve in Gia Lai Province, is an ideal destination for nature lovers and explorers
In addition to boasting magnificent natural beauty with rolling mountains and beautiful beaches with golden sands, Vietnam is famous for its amazing waterfalls lying across the country.
Located 40km north of Phan Thiet city, Binh Thuan province, Hong Chinh fishing village is widely known for its primitive beauty.
Located in the middle of a beautiful valley in the border district of Tra Linh, Angel Eye Mountain, locally known as Nui Thung, is a favourite place for camping activities of young people in the northern Cao Bang Province.
Lieng Rowoa Cascade, a 30-minute drive from the hilly city of Dalat in Lam Dong Province, boasts of majestic landscapes and a legend that never ceases to intrigue travelers