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Exploring Lai Chau with community tours

Tours of villages in Vietnam’s northwest and Lai Chau province in particular have become popular in recent years.

With its diverse culture and beautiful landscape, Lai Chau has promoted community tours in recent years giving tourists an insight into local culture and lifestyle.


A visit to the land of golden pagodas

It is not necessary to take a flight to Thailand to admire the land of golden pagodas, as Vietnam has a similar region known for its ancient golden pagodas - Tra Vinh, a province in the Mekong Delta.


Responsible tourism driving development in Vietnam

At a recent forum in Ho Chi Minh City, Peter Semone, chair of the Pacific Asia Travel Association, declared that tourism has the potential to become a pillar of the Vietnam economy.


Lan Ha Bay – marine tourist magnet of Vietnam

Located in the east of Cat Ba Island, the northern city of Hai Phong, Lan Ha Bay has become a tourist magnet thanks to its unique beauty.


Oriental medicine market to be HCM City's attraction

A District 5 oriental medicine market is expected to become an interesting attraction in HCM City after local authorities decided to renovate it by the end of last year.


Vietnam, one of the cheapest destinations in 2017

A street meal and a beer in Vietnam can cost the same as a coffee from Starbucks, travel writers say.

Forbes has interviewed 14 travel experts who make it their business to keep track of the best bargains around the world to make a list of the most affordable destinations to visit in 2017. And Vietnam is ranked as one of cheapest places this year.


Ancient houses on Ly Son Island

More than 20 ancient wooden houses aged between 150-200 years still remain intact architecturally on Ly Son Island. These are miniature museums, serving as “live witnesses” of Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos.


Cai Rang Floating market – A must-see place in Mekong Delta

The Cai Rang Floating Market, a national intangible cultural heritage site, is on the 185-kilometre Hau River, a tributary of the Mekong River.


Central beach covered by rocks, green moss lure tourists

Hon Do beach in the central province of Ninh Thuan is a dormant treasure waiting to be discovered and developed. Tourists should come, but only if they promise to protect the pristine beauty of the site.


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