Located on the peaceful Thác Bà Lake, Ngòi Tu Community Cultural Tourism Village in Vũ Linh Commune, Yên Bình District is an attractive destination for tourists.
Guinness World Records have officially recognised the White Dragon Bridge Moc Chau as the largest of its kind. Measuring 2,703 feet long the suspension bridge connects two mountains in Sơn La Province in northern Việt Nam.
The lychee harvest season arrives in July, and various travel agencies in and outside the northern province of Bắc Giang have already planned tours for visitors to pick lychees at farms in the region.
Hòn Giao Pass has long been a road for those who love to explore. Each turn is a majestic scene with poetic mountains and forests. Mist hangs low over the pass and flows down the valley.
Pom Coọng Village, near Mai Châu in the rural province of Hòa Bình, is one of the beautiful spots in the north of Việt Nam.
Séo Mý Tỷ still retains the characteristics of a Mông village in Sa Pa Town, Lào Cai Province, with roofs thatched with pơ mu wood and terraced fields winding around the highest man-made lake in Indochina.
As one of the rivers flowing along the borders of the country, Quây Sơn River is as poetic and beautiful as a picture. It runs through the rolling limestone mountains of Trùng Khánh District, Cao Bằng Province.
To keep international lovers of Hà Nội entertained during the pandemic, one guide is offering virtual tours to bring them a real taste of the capital from the comfort of their homes.
After testing negative for COVID-19, a group of 50 foreign visitors under the pilot “vaccine passport” programme took a tour around Hội An Ancient Town in the south-central province of Quảng Nam over the weekend.
Ngải Thầu Thượng is considered the highest village in Lào Cai Province and features charming natural scenery with year-round white clouds and a romantic sunsets.