Today’s Phu Tho Province was the land chosen by Hung Kings, the first rulers of Vietnam, to be their capital. Considered the cradle of the Viet people, this area still preserves the temples of Hung Kings and many other historical relics such as pagodas and shrines. [ more... ]
In April, the last fiery flowers of the cotton trees spark on mountain slopes. With the long-brewing desire inside to conquer the scenic tourist path from Bac Ha (Lao Cai) to Xin Man, the most desolate highland district of Ha Giang Province, we hit the road on a beautiful weekend. [ more... ]
Lung Cu Peak of Dragon Mountain, rises 1470m above sea level and belongs to Lung Cu Commune, Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province. Sharing a border with China, this mountain has witnessed the long history of the Vietnamese fighting against foreign aggressors. That is why Lung Cu is considered a sacred place of the Vietnamese people. [ more... ]
People who admire the heroism of the British divers that risked their lives to rescue the young Thai boys from Tham Luang Cave will get the chance to follow another mission by the same heroes in Vietnam. [ more... ]
About 200km from Hanoi, Moc Chau is a vast plateau, considered by many to be the most beautiful of the Northern highlands. [ more... ]
In early 2019, Na Hang – Lam Binh Nature Reserve in Tuyen Quang Province was recognized as a “National Special Scenic Attraction.” [ more... ]
Downtown East is a special thing. As a business run by the National Trades Union Congress, it can exist and be successful only in Singapore. [ more... ]
Leaving the Kenrokuen Garden of Kanazawa, we headed to the mountain and arrived at the World Heritage site - the Gokayama Ainokura Gassho-style village - around 8pm. [ more... ]
Bach Ma is the only one of the five ‘sibling’ locations discovered and developed into a vacation land by the French, along with Sapa, Tam Dao, Ba Na and Da Lat, [ more... ]
It was a treasured opportunity for me to participate in a media excursion to Japan recently, on behalf of Vietnam Heritage Magazine, together with reporters from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia... [ more... ]
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