Tân Thành fishing village, on An Bàng beach, 5km from Hội An, has been building ‘green’ beach tourism by boosting plastic-free and zero-waste recycling among the community and tourists.
There are few things that can bring people from across the UK together these days, but I think it’s safe to say we all have our fond memories of nights out or in accompanied with spicy, rich curries and good company.
Meats from goat, Hill chicken and ostrich are the must-try dishes in Ba Vì District in Hà Nội.
Duck meat is a popular food all over the world, but it’s Việt Nam where you can enjoy an assortment of duck dishes, all in one meal.
Fried tofu sandwiches have been captivating street-food lovers in HCM City with their irresistible combination of soya and spices - a remarkable accomplishment for a relatively new entry to Việt Nam’s vast array of street food.
Painter, scientist, sculptor and inventor. Leonardo da Vinci was a giant of the Italian Renaissance. Now the great polymath’s legacy is being kept alive in a recent addition to Hà Nội’s culinary scene.
Just over 120km from Đà Nẵng City, Ta Lang is a new community-based ecotourism village in Tây Giang District, Quảng Nam Province where many unique Cơ Tu ethnic cultural features are still preserved.