Monthly Archives: November 2011

Mai Chau Valley, Hoa Binh- A popular tourist destination in the North Vietnam

As not far from Hanoi to Mai Chau Valley, only 150 kilometers, therefore, it takes you more than three hours to reach a beautiful Mai Chau Valley, Hoa Binh. The province is famous for its diverse cultures and breathtaking natural … Continue reading

Cruising around Phu Ninh Lake

After exploring My Son Sanctuary and the ancient town of Hoi An, the two World Cultural Heritage sites in Quang Nam Province, tourists should stop by Phu Ninh Lake to enjoy a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere. One of the country’s … Continue reading

Where different feathers flock together

Grey skies It had been raining for a few days and the skies were still cloudy. Grey skies are not traditionally associated with uplifting beauty, but we were gazing at a scene that rested very easy on the eye. We … Continue reading

VietJet sells fares for maiden flights

VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Co., or VietJet, has loaded fares on its website for passengers to buy for HCMC-Hanoi flights scheduled to begin on December 25 before expanding ticketing channels. The shows Promo, Eco and Flexi fare categories for … Continue reading

Traditional ethnic fashion on show at Son Tay fest

Over 200 models representing 54 ethnic groups from around the country will join a fashion show tonight at the Viet Nam Culture Tourism Village in the town of Son Tay, 35km west of downtown Ha Noi. The show, part of … Continue reading

Think You Know What Kids Love And Hate About Travel? (Think Again.)

You’re on the perfect vacation — sampling history, adventure, cuisine — and everything’s shared because the kids are in tow. Then you hear it. Peep, peep. Ba-deep. No way. They wouldn’t dare. They would. “Angry Birds” in the Musee d’Orsay. … Continue reading

Ben Tre Viet Nam is famous for Vam Ho Bird Sanctuary

Visiting Ben Tre, a small province of Mekong River Delta, tourists in Vietnam travel can get to Vam Ho, a famous tourist attraction, either by road or via waterways. It had better make a boat trip because the visitors will … Continue reading

Southeastern provinces boost tourism investment

A conference on promoting tourism in southeastern Vietnam was held in Tay Ninh province on November 26.   Delegates discussed tourism development plans closely linked to the preservation of unique cultural heritage in the region. Last year, the region received … Continue reading

Binh Chau Hot Spring

With a view to develop a tourist attraction, provincial began to develop the Binh Chau Hot Mineral Springs in 1988, and their efforts were recognised in 2003, when the World Travel Organisation named Binh Chau as one of its 65 … Continue reading

Mystic caves in Madagui Forest

Lam Dong Province’s Madagui Forest City, about 150 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City, is renowned for its natural beauty, intricate forests, caves, springs and streams. As part of the Nam Cat Tien National Park, Madagui spans 1,200 hectares and … Continue reading