Category: Vietnam Tourism Potentials

Cape of Ca Mau – Ca Mau Peninsula, which constitutes not only the end of mainland Vietnam but of Southeast Asia as well

Ca Mau Cape is the tip of the cape, under Dat Mui Hamlet, Dat Mui Commune, Ngoc Hien District. The cape tip is shaped weird and heading out West Sea (Gulf of Thailand) at speeds from 50m to 80 m per year. This is considered to be the southernmost point on the mainland of Vietnam […]

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Vietnam – fascinating country by Mark Edward Harris

Mark Edward Harris is a well known fine art photographer with editorial work appearing in publications such as Life, GEO, Conde Nast Traveler, Islands, Harpers Bazaar, the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, Vogue. His books include Faces of the Twentieth Century: Master Photographers and Their Work, The Way of the Japanese Bath, Wanderlust, Inside North […]

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Vietnam's highest mountain market Coc Pai in Ha Giang

The market is situated in Coc Pai Town, which is around 350 kilometers from Hanoi. You can take a bus from Luong Yen Station in Hanoi to get there for around VND200,000. The bus leaves at 3AM, every day, and arrives at the destination at 4PM. Or, you can take a page from many an […]

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Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve of Ho Chi Minh in list: the world's greenest holiday destinations – 2014

The Sustainable Destinations Global Top 100 was created to celebrate the management efforts of the world’s most sustainable tourist destinations. The list is the result of open calls in the social media, followed by a selection process involving 30 international experts. In Asia – Pacific: Australia Kakadu NP Australia Rottnest Island Bhutan National Parks of […]

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Serene Lung Tam Village in Ha Giang province

Nestled under the foot of hills in Quan Ba District in Ha Giang Province, Lung Tam Village attracts many travelers from near and far owing to its astonishing landscape and serenity and Mong ethnic minority women in colorful attire. The hospitality of ethnic minority children and adults warms visitors who put on three or four […]

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Vietnam and Namibia among top countries to visit in 2015

Which of the world’s regions will be at the top of travellers’ lists in 2015? Travel websites and guidebook publishers have delivered their rankings and suggestions for travellers in the coming year, and these five destinations stand out from the crowd. Vietnam The country has declared 2015 its national year of tourism, meaning that there […]

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50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists (part 01)

The Viet Nam Record Organization published the list of 50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists  Da Lat Atiso Da Lat Atiso: In the Central Highlands city of Da Lat, dried atiso tea is used widely by local people as it is proved to be good for your […]

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Discovering ceramic kilns in Chu Dau ceramic village in Hai Duong

The products of some kilns in the ancient ceramic village of Chu Dau in the northern province of Hai Duong were used in the Thang Long Royal Palace in the early period of the late Le Dynasty. Chu Dau ceramics were influenced by the decorative styles of the ancient Ngoi ceramic village in Binh Giang, […]

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Why You Need to Visit Vietnam

If you only have time to explore one country in Southeast Asia, choose VIETNAM! Let’s admit it, when it comes to travel, Vietnam gets a bit of a bad rep. Before coming here all I heard were stories of travel scams, robberies, aggressive touts, and warnings that I’d be treated like a walking dollar sign. […]

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Stunning images of the world's floating markets

YOUR TYPICAL SHOPPING TRIP: Grab reusable bag. Get in car. Drive to grocery store. Drop items in cart. Unload cart. Check out. Load reusable bags. Load bags in car. Drive home. Unload bags from car. Unload items from bag. Load items into fridge. Breathe. Elsewhere on the globe, vendors row to the market. Buyers lining […]

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