60-hour exploration of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang caves and Kong Collapse

60-hour exploration of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang caves and Kong Collapse

Kong Collapse is a sinkhole of the Tiger Cave of Phong Nha-Ke Bang. It made headlines recently about whether this is the biggest sinkhole in the world or not. 60-hour exploration of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang caves and Kong Collapse:...
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The lotus harvest season is in full swing in Thach Ha District of Ha Tinh

The lotus harvest season is in full swing in Thach Ha District of Ha Tinh

The lotus grows between February and July every year. When the season comes people only have to plant one or two seeds in the pond, and the plants will fill it in just a few weeks. The lotus harvest season...
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Ban Thach Village in Quang Nam famous for traditional craft of making mat

Ban Thach Village in Quang Nam famous for traditional craft of making mat

The sedge field along the Thu Bon River is the main source of raw materials for the village to making mats. The village is in Duy Xinh Commune in Quang Nam. Ban Thach Village in Quang Nam famous for traditional...
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Fishing on Hon Yen Island in Phu Yen Province – unique ideal for visitors

Fishing on Hon Yen Island in Phu Yen Province – unique ideal for visitors

Hon Yen Island lies off Vietnam’s easternmost province of Phu Yen. There offers visitors an ideal excuse to get tangled up in local fishing culture. Fishing on Hon Yen Island in Phu Yen Province – unique ideal for visitors: Hon...
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Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities display artifacts of Emperor Gia Long

Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities display artifacts of Emperor Gia Long

In Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities more than 40 artifacts relating to Emperor Gia Long the first king of Vietnam’s last royal dynasty. Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities display artifacts of Emperor Gia Long: Gia Long was the first emperor...
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A series of bird-eye-view photos capture the peaceful nature of Binh Dinh

A series of bird-eye-view photos capture the peaceful nature of Binh Dinh

“Binh Dinh’s Countryside From Above” was shot by Trinh, a photographer currently living and working in Quy Nhon, a coastal town of Binh Dinh. A series of bird-eye-view photos capture the peaceful nature of Binh Dinh: A series of bird-eye-view...
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Two steam locomotives chugging on the Hue – Da Nang route

Two steam locomotives chugging on the Hue – Da Nang route

As planned, the two steam locomotives will mainly serve tourists, running daily from Lang Co Station in Thua Thien Hue Province to Da Nang Station. Two steam locomotives chugging on the Hue – Da Nang route: Central Vietnam is set...
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Australian Anna Barnes paints daily life in the ancient town of Hoi An

Australian Anna Barnes paints daily life in the ancient town of Hoi An

Barnes said she fell in love with Hoi An when she first traveled to Vietnam in 2012. Since then, she has been coming back one to three times each year Australian Anna Barnes paints daily life in the ancient town...
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The silence of Lak Lake causing my heart to skip its surface like a stone

The silence of Lak Lake causing my heart to skip its surface like a stone

Lak Lake is the second largest freshwater body in Vietnam, greatly resembling Tonle Shap Lake in Cambodia, Southeast Asia’s biggest freshwater body. The silence of Lak Lake causing my heart to skip its surface like a stone: The silence of...
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Vietnam’s former imperial capital Hue is an enchanting sight at sunset

Vietnam’s former imperial capital Hue is an enchanting sight at sunset

Sunset in Hue is a peaceful, poetic scene. As the sun drops behind the mountains, its beams shine upon the glistening waters of Huong (Perfume) River. Vietnam’s former imperial capital Hue is an enchanting sight at sunset: Nestled along the...
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