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Banh xeo

It may well be a dish more associated with the south of Vietnam, but fear not, this crispy pancake is available countrywide.

Indian, Russian experts help preserve My Son sanctuary

Indian and Russian experts visited My Son sanctuary in Quang Nam Province from late June to early this month to help restore and preserve the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Hanoi included in best food tours around the world

Hanoi has been named among the 20 best food tours around the world, according to a list released by The Guardian, a British daily newspaper.

Da Nang tops Vietnamese tourists’ popular destinations

The 10 most popular destinations for Vietnamese tourists in the 2019 summer were recently revealed by Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel booking platforms.


Homestay hotspots shining brightly

Homestay accommodation is rising in Vietnam to help diversify tourism products, create new experiences for the growing number of tourists at peak season.

Concert of Childhood Memory ready to hit Hanoi

The Concert of Childhood Memory is to be held at the Vietnam National Academy of Music between July 4 and July 5.


Discovering pristine turquoise lake in An Giang’s Ta Pa mountain

Located in the heart of Ta Pa mountain in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang, this stunning emerald coloured-lake can be considered a must-visit destination for adventurous travelers.

Beautiful images of the ripening rice fields of An Giang

With the harvest season approaching, the rice fields of An Giang province have started to ripen, creating stunning images of vast yellow fields.

Second Ly Son Culture Tourism Week in Quang Ngai

The 2nd Ly Son Culture Tourism Week took place in Ly Son island, the central province  Quang Ngai under the theme “Ly Son-quintessence of heritage”. 


Towering statue of Jesus Christ in Vung Tau

Christ the King statue in Vung Tau city, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province was built by Vietnam Catholic Association in 1974 and completed it in 1993. It is a famous destination in Vung Tau city.


Café brings life to recycled goods in Hanoi

Opened last year, a café in Hanoi with most of the objects are made of recycled stuff has attracted not only locals, but also foreigners. They are impressed with the message that the shop bears.


West Lake's hidden treasures

Hanoi’s Tay Ho district has the capital city’s largest lake called Ho Tay or West Lake.

Online Tourism Day to boost VN national industry

The Online Tourism Day is set to take place on June 26 in Hanoi gathering the participation of 600 Vietnamese and foreign delegates from the tourism industry.

Stunning rice terraced fields in Lai Chau

The northern mountainous province of Lai Chau is now experiencing the rainy season, which is the time for local ethnic people to start growing rice.

FVH to hold movie screening and excursion

Before the month is over, the Friends of Vietnam Heritage will host some more exciting activities, including a movie screening and an excursion.

Lao Cai ethnics join in promoting tourism

In recent years, local ethnic minorities in the northern mountainous provinces have joined in developing community tourism, which has helped them improve their living conditions.

Fascinating mural paintings adorn Hue village

Ngu My Thanh village located in Quang Loi commune of Quang Dien district in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue has been attracting an increasing number of tourists in recent times due to its unique murals and 3D paintings.

Lotus blossoms flourish in Hanoi’s streets

Although it lasts in a short time during summer, lotus leaves a strong impression on Vietnamese people.

Red River Delta urged to develop sea tourism

Ha Long, Cat Ba are always the top choices for tourists. But there are many other localities in the north with potential for development yet still struggling for right direction to develop sea tourism

CNN lists reasons to visit Hoi An

Hoi An served as a busy Asian trading port between the 16th and 19th centuries. This cultural milieu remains visible in everything from the mustard-colored shophouses to dining traditions.