Pu Mat National Park belongs to Nghe An Province. At 93,113 ha, it is the only remaining primeval forest in Northern Vietnam [ more... ]
Red cotton trees blossom in the 3rd lunar month. The bright red flowers never fail to invoke the sense of nostalgia. [ more... ]
The coastal area of the South of Mid-Vietnam includes eight provinces: Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan. [ more... ]
If you are feeling down in the dumps, my best recommendation to brighten up your spirits is take a child to the zoo... [ more... ]
A bridge crossing Ma River led me to the fish creek at Luong Ngoc Village, Cam Luong Commune, Cam Thuy District of Thanh Hoa Province. [ more... ]
If you are planning on a trip to Quang Binh Province, a land of splendid caves, do not miss the ‘Cave of Fairies’, Cao Quang Commune, Tuyen Hoa District. [ more... ]
Sa Dec City, Dong Thap Province, has long been famous as a ‘flower source’ for Southwestern provinces and Ho Chi Minh City. Close to lunar New Year, [ more... ]
Lang Sen Wetland Reserve, Tan Hung District, Long An Province, a western neighbor of Ho Chi Minh City, was named the world’s 2,227th and Vietnam’s 7th Ramsar forest in 2015. [ more... ]
Although it occupies only a 2,000m2 area, in recent years Son Tra has attracted a lot of tourists and photographers. [ more... ]
Once upon a time, a huge torrent of water suddenly rushed into the valleys of Ha Giang Mountains. Here the violent flow was blocked by a colossal rock. [ more... ]
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