Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House a popular historic site in Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House a popular historic site in Hanoi

Built in 1958, the tile-roofed stilt house at 1 Hoang Hoa Tham Street in Ba Dinh District has a single floor and measures 10.5 metres in length and 6.2 metres in width. Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House a popular historic...
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A lush array of terraces and small, peaceful villages, tucked in Pu Luong

A lush array of terraces and small, peaceful villages, tucked in Pu Luong

Pu Luong National Reserve in Thanh Hoa Province spreads over 17,662 ha, including natural forests, falls, caves, and mountains. Dispersed throughout the area are peaceful Thai and Muong ethnic minority villages. A lush array of terraces and small, peaceful vil...
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Nam Cang boasts beautiful terraced fields, streams and dense forests

Nam Cang boasts beautiful terraced fields, streams and dense forests

Nam Cang in Lao Cai lies in a remote and peaceful valley. The commune is fast gaining attention due to its beautiful nature and unique lifestyles of the H’mong and Dao ethnic groups. Nam Cang boasts beautiful terraced fields, streams...
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Travels to southern town of Phan Thiet and shoots some stunning pictures

Travels to southern town of Phan Thiet and shoots some stunning pictures

Coastal town Phan Thiet is a place to take great photos with ‘lonely tree’ 500 m from Bau Trang Lake, the way from Hon Rom Island to Bau Trang, Ong Dia stone reef, Ham Tien Beach,… are very interesting places....
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Come to central Highlands town of Pleiku and smitten with its charm

Come to central Highlands town of Pleiku and smitten with its charm

A Hanoian spent several days in Pleiku exploring the town, its outlying areas, Chu Pah District, and the famous Chu Dang Ya Volcano. Come to central Highlands town of Pleiku and smitten with its charm: Related News: The hidden charms of...
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Bach Moc Luong Tu in Lao Cai is a perfect venture for adventurers

Bach Moc Luong Tu in Lao Cai is a perfect venture for adventurers

Bach Moc Luong Tu is Vietnam’s fourth highest mountain peak, after Fansipan, Putaleng and Pusilung, all in northern Vietnam, lies between Lai Chau and Lao Cai. Bach Moc Luong Tu in Lao Cai is a perfect venture for adventurers: Towering...
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A village in Vinh Long Province, boasting over a thousand historic kilns

A village in Vinh Long Province, boasting over a thousand historic kilns

Located across the canal in Mang Thit District of Vinh Long Province the century-old village around 1,300 kilns remain in operation, spread 3,000 hectares. A village in Vinh Long Province, boasting over a thousand historic kilns: Related News: Sedge fields ba...
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Sun-drenched and often windy Nghe An, a hidden gem in central Vietnam

Sun-drenched and often windy Nghe An, a hidden gem in central Vietnam

The largest province in Vietnam, Nghe An offers tourists scenic landscapes and an exclusive taste for tea, reaching Thanh Chuong District, boasting over 300 tea islands, making it the most attractive destination in Nghe An Province. Sun-drenched and often wind...
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The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province south-central Vietnam

The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province south-central Vietnam

Nhan Tower was erected in honor of legendary fairy Thien Y A Na who is said to have descended from heaven to instruct the Cham ethnic people in plowing and weaving. The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province...
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Traced the territorial milestones marking Vietnam’s sovereignty in Con Dao

Traced the territorial milestones marking Vietnam’s sovereignty in Con Dao

When An visited Con Dao Archipelago in southern Vietnam with his family, he decided to track the A3, A4, and A5 landmarks. These are three of the 11 baseline location points, marking Vietnam’s territorial waters. Traced the territorial milestones marking...
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