ECOTOURISM DESTINATION: THUNG NHAM BIRD PARK

The most visited points at Thung Nham are Buddha Cave, Vai Gioi Cave with three layers of hidden caves, including Tranquility, Hell and Paradise. About 12km east of Ninh Binh City, Thung Nham bird sanctuary will bring you a unique natural space in every aspects: culture, spirituality, scenery and bio-diversity. If Trang An and Tam…

HANOI, AN ANTIQUE RISING DRAGON

The region around present-day Hanoi was settled in prehistoric times, and the location was often chosen as a political centre by Chinese conquerors. In 1010 Ly Thai To, the first ruler of the Ly dynasty (1009–1225) of Vietnam, chose the site of Hanoi—then called Thang Long (“Rising Dragon”)—for his capital. In 1831 the city was renamed…

THE INCREDIBLE ECOSYSTEM OF CUC PHUONG NATIONAL PARK

Located about 100 km South of Hanoi, Cuc Phuong is the first and one of the most impressive national parks in Vietnam. Home to a diversified flora and fauna system owning typical features of tropical rain forests and highly-endangered species, Cuc Phuong National Forest is a conservation area covering an area of 25,000 hectares and…

PHU QUOC ISLAND, THE PEARL OF SOUTH VIETNAM

Like Vietnam itself, Phu Quoc Island has a varied history with numerous nations occupying the island over the past couple of centuries, including Vietnam, Cambodia, France and America. Phu Quoc Island forms part of Vietnam, and even though the island was an area of dispute between Vietnam and Cambodia as recently as the late 1980’s,…

THE LAND OF THE SOUTH-EAST ASIAN DRAGONS : HALONG BAY

Recognized by UNESCO twice as a World Heritage Site, Halong Bay is among top-notch destinations in Southeast Asia for domestic and foreign tourists with a fantastic blend of pristine natural beauty and effervescent city vibe. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular day trip from the capital Hanoi, Halong Bay is famous for its…

THE LAST VIETNAMESE EMPIRE OF HUE

Out of 160 buildings of Hue only 10 major sites remain because of the battle, such as the Thái Hòa and Cần Thanh temples, Thế Miếu, and Hiển Lâm Các. The city was made a UNESCO site in 1993. The buildings that still remain are being restored and preserved…

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.