Located in southeast of Phu Quoc island, untouched Nam Du archipelago with more than 21 islands, has become an attractive destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.
Nam Du island is surrounded by
lush green coconut tree rows and poetic landscapes (Photo: VNA)
Turquoise green sea of Nam Du
Tourists can experience
kayaking right on Cay Men beach. (Photo: VNA)
After a long journey to
explore the archipelago, Men beach is an ideal destination to relax and indulge
in a peaceful ambiance (Photo: VNA)
One corner of Nam Du
archipelago with throng of fishing boats anchored. (Photo: VNA)
Aquatic farming cages on Nam Du waters (Photo: VNA)
Located 110km west of Ha Giang City (Ha Giang province), Hoang Su Phi lies in a complex terrain, divided by medium-high mountains and has various narrow valleys blanketed with fog all year round.
Situated near the Mekong River, the Sa Dec flower village in the city of the same name is famous for its flowers that bloom all year round, thanks to its rich soil that is fertilised by the river’s alluvial deposits.
(HBO) – The north-western community-based tourism village festival took place in Mai Chau district, Hoa Binh province, on October 6-8. Nearly 400 artisans from 13 community-based tourism villages of 11 north-western provinces were brought together at the event to introduce the unique culture of the Muong, Thai, Mong, Dao, Tay and Ha Nhi ethnic groups, creating a lively picture for the festival. The traditional music, dances, and costumes along with the skilled hands of artisans and the taste of the corn wine created a colourful north-western region, leaving deep impression on visitors.
Themed "Young mindset, young angle of view", the 2017 Young Photographers' Festival is underway in Hanoi through October 16, showcasing 180 photos taken by photographers aged between 18 and 35.
Ban Gioc Waterfall is considered a priceless gift that the nature has given to the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang. It is an overwhelming waterfall with breathtaking beauty in Southeast Asia.
Shops on Hang Ma Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter are bustling with customers and a vast array of lively, colourful traditional toys.