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National Geographic features mesmerizing bird’s-eye view photos of Vietnam

A number of epic photos taken from above which highlight the diverse range of landscapes that Vietnam has to offer are being featured in the US magazine National Geographic.

Vietnam's spectaculars on world's top photos

Of the nearly 22,000 photos under the theme “impressive adventure”, National Geographic magazine has selected the six best photos, including the photos of Son Doong cave and Sang Ma Sao terrace fields in Vietnam.

Two Vietnamese pagodas listed among world’s top 20 most beautiful

Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi and Buu Long Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City have been listed among the top 20 most beautiful Buddhist temples voted by the US magazine National Geographic.


Vietnam's landscapes via Trung Pham's photos

Trung Pham is one of few Vietnamese photographers who have had photos posted on National Geographic’s Your Shot Daily Dozen, and has impressed the Your Shot community with his photos taken from above.


Vietnam's bun cha listed top 10 world’s best street food

National Geographic has named Vietnamese dish Bun Cha as top 10 world’s best street food.

Saigon on the list of the best travel photos 2013

 The Travel 365 Forum of the prestigious travel magazine National Geographic reviewed the world tourism 2013 with many famous places that attracted tourists in the world, including HCM City.

Vietnam through the lens of foreign visitors

 VietNamNet Bridge - The rustic but attractive images of the daily life in all regions in Vietnam were shot and shared by foreign visitors on the National Geographic.

Hanoi’s snake village on National Geographic

VietNamNet Bridge – The National Geographic has published pictures of poisonous snakes in the world, which can be used in making medicine, including cobras raised in the village of Le Mat, Hanoi.