The Tam Chuc Buddhist Cultural Complex, covering nearly 5,100ha in Ba Sao town, Kim Bang district, in the Northern province of Ha Nam, is one of the largest Buddhist Cultural Complexes in Vietnam and was selected to host the UN Day of Vesak 2019 (Buddha's Birthday, Enlightenment and Passing Away).
(HBO) - Thuong Tien Nature Reserve
with 6,000 ha spreads across the three communes of Kim Tien, Thuong Tien (Kim Boi
district), and Quy Hoa (Lac Son district). Thuong Tien commune lies in a core
zone of more than 5,000 ha. It is
impressed with the deep nature reserve. It has clear stream, blooming flowers,
chirping birds, fresh air... The following photos are in Thuong Tien Nature
Boasting great potential to be recognised as a national tourism area, Ly Son island, Quang Ngai province, is hoped to become a national tourism destination in the near future.
(HBO) - Coming to Chi Dao commune in Lac Son district on an April day, you will find yourself impressed by the fresh and clean air, the greenness of surrounding mountains, gardens full of tall and straight Doi trees, and fields with rice plants coming into ear, and the cool streams flowing around villages. What a serene countryside!
Eo Gio cliff is located in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province. Among the bow-shaped mountain range facing the sea, Eo Gio cliff is the farthest and most spectacular strait in Quy Nhon.
Covering hundreds of hectares in Ninh Hoa town, Khanh Hoa province, Hon Khoi is one of the largest salt fields in Vietnam. Visiting the area early in the morning, tourists can admire the stunning sunrise.
The Japan cherry blossom festival - Hanoi 2019 opened at the King Ly Thai To Flower Garden in Hanoi on the evening of March 29, featuring various unique cultural and artistic performances by both nations.
Hoang Lien Son mountain range in northwest Vietnam has been named one of the world’s most exciting destinations for 2019 by prestigious American magazine National Geographic.
The Dong Van Karst Plateau in the northern province of Ha Giang attracts tourists with its majestic mountain beauty, traditional cultural values of the ethnic minority community and beautiful flower seasons. In the early days of spring, visitors marvel at the beauty of the colourful flowers.
Throughout these spring days as the peach and apricot blossoms have ceased blooming, hoa ban (bauhinia flowers) – a type of flowers which originated from the northwestern mountainous region, are showing their and pure beauty on many streets in Hanoi.
After the time of hibernation in winter has passed, the Mai Anh Dao (Prunus Cesacoides) cherry blossoms are brightening Da Lat city. Many streets in the city, as well as the grounds of numerous old buildings, are illuminated with the pink colour of the flowers.
As Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is around the corner, officials and soldiers on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago are rushing to prepare for the holiday.
(HBO) – The traditional Gau Tao festival of the Mong ethnic minority people was held by the People’s Committee of Pa Co commune in Mai Chau district on February 10 (the sixth day of the Lunar New Year). It saw the presence of representatives of provincial and local agencies, residents in Hang Kia and Pa Co communes, and visitors.
Forest flowers bloom, signaling the coming of spring in the Northwestern villages.
While the Year of Pig 2019 is coming closer, Bat Trang pottery village is now full of customers and traders. This year, the village-made piggy banks have won great favour from customers.
People are usually very familiar with peach and plum blossoms as mentioning the northern mountainous region but rarely know about To Day blossom, one of its typical flowers for spring.
70km far from Hanoi, Hoa Binh reservoir is one of the biggest reservoirs in the country, with capacity of nearly 9.5 billion cubic metres
As there is only one month left before the Tet (lunar New Year) holiday, Nhat tan villagers in Hanoi are gearing up to prepare peach blossoms to meet customers’ demand for the traditional festival.
A military delegation from the High Command of Naval Zone 4 on January 4 sailed from Cam Ranh port, Khanh Hoa province to visit officers and soldiers in Truong Sa (Spratly) island district.
As Christmas is drawing near, Hanoi’s streets on these days have been filled with the vibrant colours of thousands of Christmas decorations.
Thousands of Vietnamese fans flocked to the streets across the country after their national football team secured a ticket to the AFF Cup 2018 finals.
The recent 2018 Craft Link’s Handicraft Bazaar attracted many traditional products made by ethnic minority groups, people with disabilities and traditional craft villages across the country.
In late autumn when the weather becomes cooler, the pure-white daisies are in full bloom, competing with the graceful young Hanoian women who don pure-white ao dai to create a serenely beautiful picture of the capital city.
The annual boat race of the Khmer people in the southern province of Soc Trang kicked off on November 21, attracting thousands of spectators from Soc Trang and neighbouring provinces.