Moc Chau is a wide, dreamy plateau in Viet Nam’s northern mountains, 180 kilometers from Ha Noi.
The Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc has begun growing bamboos on a new farm on its beachfront grounds, becoming the first international hotel in Vietnam to use straws made from bamboos grown on its own farm in a bid to protect the environment.
The southern province of Kien Giang is carrying out a project to develop eco-tourism in U Minh Thuong National Park for 2019-2020 with a vision to 2030, with a total investment of over 150 billion VND (6.46 million USD).
Boat rides in the Thung Nham eco-tourism zone take visitors up close to glowing stalactites and several bird species.
The recently-concluded DPRK-USA Summit in Hanoi provided a great opportunity to introduce the image of Vietnam to the world. Vietnamese cuisine was offered to foreign diplomats and reporters as a taste of Vietnamese culture.
With US President Donald Trump visiting Hanoi to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un this week, the world's gaze is now on the capital of Vietnam.
In order to maintain and affirm the capital’s position as a "peaceful and thriving city", Hanoi also aims to build a smart city, maintaining a fast, comprehensive and sustainable development pace.
Six National Parks of Viet Nam have joined the growing network of Asean Heritage Parks (AHPs). AHPs are protected areas of high conservation importance, preserving in total a complete spectrum of representative ecosystems of the Asean region.
All make Sky Arts Hotel look like a virtual unique world in Vietnam. Therefore, this homestay has attracted many domestic and international visitors to experience.
Vietnam’s wonderful cuisine, friendly people, spectacular natural beauty, fascinating history and rich culture appeal to a growing number of independent travelers looking for something exotic and different.