1. Dong Ha and The Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) From 1954 until the defeat of the Americans in 1975, the Ben Hai river divided Viet nam into two parts. This area suffered heaviest fighting during the Viet nam War. Some areas, such as Khe Sanh combat base, Rockpile, LangVay special forces, Hamburger hill still recall thousands…
It is probably the richest region filled with spectacular landscapes, stretching from the wonderful Ha Long Bay to Dien Bien Phu and to the Chinese borders, Lao Cai. 1. Ha Noi As the capital of Viet Nam for almost a thousand years, Ha Noi is considered to be the cultural centre of Viet nam, where…
Viet Nam with its new open policy, its exquisitely beautiful scenery and its 4,000 years of glorious history is one of the most attractive tourists destinations in the world. There is always something to do and someone to help you. This small country has suffered much in its thousand year struggle for independence. Now through…
Mai Chau is a beautiful valley in the northwest mountains of HoaBinh province. Not only seducing tourists with the rustic beauty of the mountains, the beauty of the female weaving, but also attracted by the hearts of the people in the villages.
Coming to Tra Su mangrove forest, we will enjoy the fresh air and green melaleuca (cajeput) tree, where typical ecosystems in the western floodplain of Hau River. A boat trip to TraSu will surely create a special impression and experience to all of us.
About 7km from Sapa town, Lao Chai Ta Van is known as a place of residence of many ethnic people: HMong, Dzao, Giay … If the town of Sapa is busy and crowded with people and traffic, in Lao Chai Ta Van you feel peaceful and surprised tranquility.
Nha Trang – Khanh Hoa is a coastal province in the south central of Vietnam, adjacent to Phu Yen province to the north, Dak Lak province to the north-west, Lam Dong province to the south-west, Ninh Thuan province to the south.
Halong Bay, in northeast Vietnam, is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rain forests. The region is popular for junk boat tour, kayaking, scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking, particularly in mountainous Cát Bà National Park.
For the Khmer community living in mekong delta, the pagoda is not only a center for religious and cultural activities but also represents the life of local people. Therefore, Khmer pagoda was built based on the Theravada Buddhist culture through unique architecture and decoration.
Hiding behind the arid, sunny wind of the desert land is charming, wild beauty of the ancient Cham towers, with its architectural and sculptural fine arts.