ANGKOR WAT MYSTERY

Spread across more than 400 acres, Angkor Wat is said to be the largest religious monument in the world.

THE INCREDIBLE MOC CHAU

Moc Chau plateau is a must-visit destination in Vietnam because of its beautiful landscapes with green tea plantations, many herds of milk cows, the huge garden of apricot trees and various flowers…

TRA SU CAJUPUT FOREST

Tra Su Cajuput forest is considered the most interesting and attractive tourist attraction when you come to An Giang Province, Vietnam. 

THE ANCIENT CITY OF HOI AN

The old town of Hoi An in the South Central coast of Vietnam is a well-preserved example of a traditional trading town during the 15th to the 19th centuries…

LINH QUY PHAP AN PAGODA

Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda is located in Lam Dong Province (South Vetnam), where the famous touristic city of Da Lat is situated.

THE VENICE OF THE EAST: AYUTTHAYA

Ayutthaya is in the valley of the Chao Phraya River and is believed to have been established because of a smallpox outbreak. King Ramathibodi I (r. 1351-1369 CE), who was the first king of Ayutthaya, moved his court from the principality of Lop Buri in south-central Siam.

THE WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE OF MY SON SANCTUARY

If you follow the Thu Bồn River inland, through bamboo groves and past traditional wooden fishermen’s huts, the twisting river will eventually bring you to one of the region’s most breathtaking places: the My Son Sanctuary.

THE ONE EYE MOUNTAIN – CAO BANG

The mountain is located in the valley of Ban Danh, in Quoc Toan commune (Tra Linh), at about 2 km from the scenic province of Ho Thang Hen. with majestic and wild beauty. Newly discovered but has attracted many visitors to visit and explore.

WHO ARE THE HMONG?

H’mong people are an important member in the community of ethnic minorities in Vietnam with about one million people, ranked 8th among 54 Vietnamese ethnics. They often occupy the upland areas, from 800-1500m above the sea level, mostly in the Northwest and a few in the central highland of Vietnam.