The poetic beauty, cool fresh air, diverse cultures, and local cuisine all work to attract tourists to Mai Châu District in northern Hòa Bình Province, 140km southwest of Hà Nội.
Spectacular scenery, a tranquil valley, magnificent waterfalls, ethnic minority groups and great terrain for mountain climbing can be found in Yên Thịnh Commune, Hữu Lũng District in the northern province of Lạng Sơn.
Wooden houses with roofs of yin-yang tiles and nestled on the side of a mountain are simple in design yet give Hoài Khao Village in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bằng a certain poetic charm.
Have you ever wanted to visit Sa Pa or Mù Cang Chải but were worried they'd be too crowded?
The participation of older villagers, with their extensive experience in and knowledge of local customs and culture, has helped preserve local cultural and traditional values and at the same time boosted the tourism sector in the north-central province of Nghệ An.
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.
Local authorities have taken advantage of the diverse culture of 20 ethnic groups to develop homestays as a special tourism product.
Titled 'Mộc Châu Inclusive Tourism Destination Management', the project has been planned based on the Government’s and province’s decisions to build Mộc Châu into a national tourism site