The exhibition showcases 181 photos from the 'Explore Vietnam' photo contest launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) since January.
Endowed with intact natural scenery and a peaceful atmosphere, Núi Một Lake in Nhơn Tân Commune in the central province of Bình Định is an ideal camping site for any nature lover.
A photo collection highlighting the hardships facing salt workers in the central province of Phú Yên has won the highest prize at the 2020 Heritage Journey Photography Contest.
With the aim to inspire others with positive messages in life, Hồ Nhật Hà has released a book entitled Đi Bộ Xuyên Việt Với Cây Đàn Guitar (Walking Through Việt Nam With the Guitar) which records his memorable journey of youth in exploring the nature, human and himself along the country in 113 days.
Bát Xát, the westernmost district in Lào Cai Province, is where the Red River starts. Bát Xát has long been on must-see lists for the northwest, boasting magnificent mountains, clean air, and colourful ethnic minorities.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has approved a plan to restore, preserve and promote the value of the archaeological site of Con Moong Cave and other surrounding relics in the central province of Thanh Hóa's Thạch Thành District.
Việt Nam has 54 ethnic groups, of which 53 minority groups represent just 14 per cent of the population. Few could name them all. Young designer Nguyễn Minh Ngọc has put together emojis of all 54 ethnic groups, complete with details on each.
According to locals, the new cave lies in a rocky mountain in Trỉa Village. To enter the cave, they have to follow a small stream and climb vertical cliffs of about 50m high.
Manjanggul is a 7.4km-long cave created by basalt lava flows on Jeju Island. Unlike the section of the cave that is open to the public, the restricted area does not have a single light installed. The cave soon became pitch dark.