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Homestay in Ta Van – An experience not to be missed when visiting Sapa

Located in Sapa district, Lao Cai province, just 8 km away from Sapa town, Ta Van is a small village nestled between two mountain ranges, Hoang Lien Son and Ham Rong. It is surrounded by rice field terraces, often right … Continue reading

We were treated like family!

Ann and I are pleased to share our experience whilst in the care of Indochina Pioneer(ICP). During our adventure to Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, we were treated like family, and at every stage of our holiday, somebody was there to … Continue reading

Ha Giang – A passionate beauty

Ha Giang – A passionate beauty They made a trip coming back to Ha Giang in the early winter days. Not the first time for this Northernmost land but they all did want to make the most of it, to once again … Continue reading

Japan Supports Vietnam In Restoring Silk Paintings

Japan will continue assisting Vietnam to restore late painter Nguyen Phan Chanh’s silk paintings owned by his family. In addition they will organise exhibitions of the restored paintings and seek further financial resources to restore his works preserved at the … Continue reading

Nha Trang Expects To Attract More Russian Tourists

Together with Da Nang and Phan Thiet, Nha Trang is considered an attractive destination that foreign tourists cannot ignore, especially for visitors from Russia. With a long and clean coastline as well as lots of famous places such as Hon … Continue reading

Hanoi Nightlife Attracts More Foreign Tourists

Hanoi is one of most attractive destinations for foreign tourists thanks to its colorful nightlife, enriched by night markets, delicious food, cozy atmosphere and busy streets. Many foreign visitors are impressed by Hanoi’s nightlife where almost any typical afterwork activity … Continue reading

Seeing Plum Harvest In Moc Chau Plateau

For the Mong people in Moc Chau District, the plum tree is a gift endowed by nature because this variety of tree grows very well on soil in the highlands and does not need to be tended carefully. Furthermore, it … Continue reading

Visiting Mang Lang Church In Phu Yen Province

Phu Yen Province is renowned for its many stunning beaches, splendid rock cliffs and magnificent mountains, but tourists looking for something unusual should visit Mang Lang Church in An Thach Commune, Tuy An District, about 35 kilometres north of Tuy … Continue reading

Relaxing At Cua Tung Beach In The Summer

Cua Tung Beach is regarded as the nation’s ‘Queen of Beaches’, attracting many tourists who come to experience its beauty. Located in the coastal district of Vinh Linh in the central province of Quang Tri it is a paradise for … Continue reading

Vietnam Welcomes More Foreign Tourists In This Year

Vietnam this year will likely receive a record number of foreign tourists and foreign-currency turnover, according to a report from the General Statistics Department. The country welcomed nearly 2.5 million foreign visitors in the first four months of the year. … Continue reading