Bai Sau (Back Beach), or Thuy Van Beach, is one of several beautiful beaches in Vung Tau city, the southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau.
Let’s take a look at the breath-taking golden terraced rice fields in the Mu Cang Chai district of Yen Bai province in the run up to the paragliding festival, "Flying in the yellow season”, which is set to swoop into the district from September 21 to 23.
Cu Lao Cham islands are under the administration of Tan Hiep commune, Hoi An city, Quang Nam province. Located about 15 km from Cua Dai Beach, the Cu Lao Cham islands (also known by other names such as Chiem Bat Lao, Tiem Bich La, or Pa-lau-cham) cover about 15 km2 with more than 2,900 people living separately from the mainland. With eight small islands stretching along the green bow, the Cu Lao Cham islands are one of many pristine sites be put into operation in recent years in Quang Nam. Everybody will be attracted by its beauty for the first time visit. It looks amazing with the green of forest and blue of the sea, a white ribbon of beach sand sparkling under the yellow sunshine, and the blue sky.
"Hanoi’s Autumn holds a lingering the fragrance of milk flowers and young green rice ”, the lyrics of "Missing Hanoi’s Autumn” written by songwriter Trinh Cong Son are often sung whenever autumn comes. Autumn in Hanoi is a relaxed and peaceful time.
Ly Son Island off the coast of the central province of Quang Ngai now seems brighter with vibrantly coloured mural paintings.
In the last days of August and early September, the Fansipan landscape becomes a stunning natural painting with wonderful green rice steps on terrace fields that will win the heart of any visitor. The green carpet is more miraculous when viewed from above.
Although visitors may have come to Fansipan and enjoyed Northwestern dishes many times, if they come to Sun World Fansipan Legend during the Northwest Cuisine Festival the visitors would have the chance to understand more about the Northwestern region. The festival has attracted many visitors.
Endowed with breathtaking and untouched natural landscapes, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is one of the most alluring destinations in Vietnam.
The central province of Thua Thien-Hue has lit up the historic flag tower Ky Dai in the citadel built by the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), since February.
A street carnival with the theme "The Quintessence of Hanoi - Confluence and Shine” was held around Hoan Kiem Lake in the centre of Hanoi on July 29, attracting thousands of people. The event was organised by the Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports in coordination with the Centre for Preservation and Development of Vietnamese Stage Arts.
After ten years of merging and administrative-boundary expansion, Hanoi has changed dramatically in its economic growth, appearance and infrastructure. A new Hanoi, with open spaces, has created conditions for the city to plan space in the direction of sustainable development.
A photo exhibition themed "Truong Sa trong ta" in Hanoi on August 3-7 in Hanoi will give viewers an insight into the life of people and soldiers in Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago.
Diving into the jade waters of Phu Quoc would satisfy every visitor coming to Vietnam’s largest island. But there is one thing worth trying once in a lifetime - enjoying the exquisite beauty of the southernmost island at sunset.
The northern and central regions boast the highest density of heritage sites in the country and have become wonderful destinations for travelers to discover Vietnam’s nature and culture.
About 500km away from HCM City, the south-central coastal province of Phu Yen has been attracting tourists with its stunning natural scenery and popular attractions.
Five days after midnight floods poured into the two villages of Tung Nun and Lung Tam Thap, roads leading to the area had been cleared for vehicles on June 29. Nhan Dan reporters have arrived at the scene to document the heavy losses to locals after floods and landslides swept across Lung Tam commune, in Quan Ba district, in the northernmost province of Ha Giang.
The UNESCO-recognised Hoi An town is known for its colourful lanterns, which light up every night to bring a twinkle to the ancient town.
From late May to early June, domestic and foreign visitors flocked to Hang Mua tourism site in the northern province of Ninh Binh to comtemplate the beauty of mountain ranges and rice fields.
Throughout these warm days of June, lotus flowers are blooming all around Hanoi. Fragrant lotus flowers pour over the road, in every corner of the capital, cooling the hot summer air.
While in Quang Ninh if you want to avoid crowded beaches like Bai Chay or Co To, you should visit blissful and secluded beaches in the same province.
For a long time, the blue shirts of youth volunteers have become a fond presence for exam candidates when the annual national college entrance exam arrives.
Located inside Bai Tu Long Bay in Van Don district, Quang Ninh province, Quan Lan Island is a peaceful destination for tourists thanks to its pristine natural landscape.
It can be said that there is no other place in Vietnam where visitors can so easily see flowers as in Da Lat city, Lam Dong province. The flowers are grown everywhere, from the roads to the fields, or on the campus of the hotel and at roadside cafes. Flowers bloom in the early sun, welcoming visitors to the beautiful land.
Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi, an important historical and cultural relic of the capital and the country, was inaugurated on May 19, 1990. The museum, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the relic site create a combination of architecture, history and culture to commemorate the beloved leader of the Vietnamese people, the outstanding soldiers of the national liberation movement, and international communist and workers movements.
Vietnam’s typical beauty and its stunning diverse landscapes, as well as its culture, architecture and cuisine have been vividly reflected in a photo story run by CNN.