Cam Mountain

    Cam Mountain known as Thien Cam Son is considered a beautiful silk brocade. It is the highest and most grandiose mountain in the That Son area in the triangle of Tinh Bien-Nha Bang-Tri Ton in An Hao Commune, Tinh Bien District of An Giang Province. The landscape in this area charms like a painting that fascinates every visitor.

    Thien Hau Thanh Mau Temple, a Site of Cultural and Religious Significance

    Thien Hau Thanh Mau (Matsu) Temple plays an important role in the cultural and religious life of the Chinese, called the Hoa in Vietnamese, who came to settle down in Vietnam’s southern Saigon-Cho Lon area. They worship Matsu, a Chinese patron goddess who is said to protect seafarers, such as fishermen and sailors, and the site attracts many visitors due to its tranquil view and beautiful architecture.

    An Ancient Pagoda in the World Heritage Site of Trang An

    Though the Tam Coc grotto is more popular than Bich Dong in NinhBinh province, about 120km to the south of Hanoi, the latter is still visit-worthy and in fact, still a favourite destination among tourists. 

    A Replica of Hue in South Vietnam

    Nguyen Thanh Tung lived in Hue for only five years, but its beauty has been deeply carved in his mind. He nurtured for a long time an idea to make a replica of his native city, which had been, for nearly four centuries, the country’s capital imbued with full national cultural and historical identities. Hue was recognized by UNESCO as a World’s Cultural Heritage in 1993.

    Touring Saigon on Vespas

    City tours using old Vespas provided by Vietnam Vespa Adventures have recently become a favourite selection of tourists to discover beautiful places in Ho Chi Minh City, such as the City’s Theatre, the  Post Office, Independence Palace and Nha Rong Wharf. 

    Vit Co Xanh Eco-Tourism Area

    Visiting Vit Co Xanh Eco-Tourism Area in Cu Yen Commune, Luong Son District, Hoa Binh Province, 45km from Hanoi, tourists will have a wonderful time of total relaxation in a peaceful green space and learn about the cultural features of the Muong ethnic people.

    The Mystery of Forests in Minh Hoa

     We followed Dinh Hong Nham, a famous forester, and spent several days going through thick forests and crossing over streams to discover the beauty and mystery of caves hidden in deep forests in Minh Hoa District, Quang Binh Province in the Central Region of Vietnam.

    Legendary Lang Biang

    In June 2015, at the 27th Session of the International Coordinating Council  of UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Program (ICC-MAB) held in Paris, the Lang Biang Natural Reserve in Vietnam’s Central Highlands Lam Dong Province has been recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Lang Biang Reserve has retained its values of bio-diversity on a global scale, with the natural scenery mixed in harmony with local cultural features. It has contributed to forming and developing Da Lat to become a city of tourism and an international research centre on tropical forest.

    Xiem Can Pagoda – the Khmer’s Splendid Architectural Work

    Xiem Can Pagoda in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu is a splendid architectural structure of the Khmer community and has long been a famous spiritual destination of the province.

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