Monthly Archives: July 2012

Thai Nguyen Focus On Developing Tourism To Attract More Tourists

Nui Coc, a reservoir built in 1973 in the northern province of Thai Nguyen, has 89 large and small islands, and a national tourism area is now under construction here A half-built national tourism area around the Nui Coc Dam … Continue reading


Enjoy Com Hen – A Popular Food In Hue City

Hue is not only famous for many historical and cultural relics and splendid landscapes, but also has a number of outstanding dishes. One traditional specialty of Hue is com hen (clam rice). Com hen is simple yet intricate dish that … Continue reading


Listening To The Sounds Of Saigon

Just ten minutes walk from the spires of Notre Dame Cathedral, the Post Office and the colonial thoroughfare of Dong Khoi in the centre of Saigon is the alley where I live. What follows is not a replete canvas of … Continue reading


Getting Deeper Experience When Traveling In Con Dao Island

Even before we set out, I knew this trip to Con Dao was going to be a deeper experience than usual, literally. But there was no mystery to it. Among other things, I was going scuba diving for the first … Continue reading


Seeing “Vietnam’s Antique” Exhibition At Vietnam National Museum Of History

Vietnam National Museum of History on Wednesday opened an exhibition called ‘Vietnam’s antiques’ as well as inaugurating the Oc Eo-Phu Nam civilization display room. The exhibition, co-organized with the Thang Long Artifacts Association, aims at promoting the national antiques preservation, … Continue reading


Traveling And Riding elephant in Buon Don Village

Visits to Buon Don Village are memorable for an experience of a lifetime – riding on the back on an elephant. The village is the only place in the country where it is legal to ride these great beasts in … Continue reading


Lao Cai Develop Tourism By Environmental Protection

Lao Cai is a province in the Northwestern mountainous region of Viet Nam where is home to 27 ethnic groups with special traditional characteristics. The province is also endowed with beautiful landscapes, impressive caves and ancient rocks of over hundreds … Continue reading


Developing Military Tunnels As A Tourist Site In Quang Nam Province

A system of tunnels found in Anong Commune, Tay Giang District, Quang Nam Province four years ago is being developed as a tourist site and will soon be ready for visitors eager to follow in the footsteps of the revolutionary … Continue reading


Vietnam Airlines Discounts 70 Percent Airfares For International Flights

Passengers will have the opportunity to buy cheap tickets on offer from Vietnam Airllines over three days this August as part of its autumn promotion programme. The information was released at a seminar introducing the airlines’ services and products held … Continue reading


Hue Opens Pedicabs’ Activities To Attract Tourists

Pedicabs are a symbolic means of transport of Hue tourism. However, with a large number of 2800 pedicabs, there are many unsolved problems in the management of pedicabs’ activities. Spontaneous and unprofessional Phan Thu Trang, who came to Hue for … Continue reading