Thrillist, a leading US food, drink and travel website, has suggested 12 things visitors to Vietnam should not miss such as tasting coffee, strolling around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi and discovering Sapa frontier towship and Ban Gioc waterfall.
Sa Pa in the northern province of Lao Cai
Ban Gioc waterfall in the northern province of Cao Bang
Hoan Kiem lake in the centre of HaNoi capital city
HaLong bay in Quang Ninh province
Thien Mu pagoda in Thua Thien Hue
Hoi An Ancient city in central Quang Nam province
An Bang beach in Quang Nam
Notre-Dame cathedral basilica in Ho Chi Minh city
The festive season in Vietnam has begun with many traditional festivals open on the first days of the Lunar New Year, including Huong Pagoda Festival, Bai Dinh Pagoda Festival, and Giong Festival.
Traditional rituals during Tet (Lunar New Year), along with a range of art performances and folk games, were re-enacted at Hanoi-based Thang Long Royal Citadel on February 7.
(HBO) – The Mong ethnic people in Hang Kia and Pa Co communes of Mai Chau district, the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh, organised their Gau Tao Festival at the stadium of Hang Kia hamlet, Hang Kia commune. Representatives from departments and agencies of Hoa Binh province and Mai Chau district joined locals at the festival.
Located in Son Tay Town, 40 km to the west of Hanoi, Duong Lam village is a great destination to find peace. Once entering, visitors will feel like they’ve found another world hackening back to the old days.
The Xe Dang ethnic minority in Cu M'Gar district, the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, hold the New Rice ceremony in the early days of the year.
Thousands of prunus cerasoides cherry trees in the Central Highlands city of Da Lat are in full bloom with pinkish white blossoms, creating a magnetic attraction to the locals and visitors.