Da Lat- The city of dreams

Da Lat is a popular tourist destination in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The resort city is located 1,500 metres above sea level on the Langbiang Plateau in Lam Dong Province. 

Endowed with all-year-round temperate weather, romantic pine tree forests, awe-inspiring flower fields, and French boulevards and villas from the colonial period, Da Lat has long been touted as the City of Love and Eternal Spring.

Cloud hunting in Ta Xua Mountain

Ta Xua, the 10th highest mountain in Vietnam, is best known for its “sea of clouds” blanketing the valley below.

Vùng kín xăm chữ gì đây?


Xăm gì chỗ đó?

Mới sáng sớm, một phụ nữ đã hối hả gõ cửa một tiệm xăm. Chủ tiệm càu nhàu:
- Trời ơi, giờ này đã đi xăm mình!

Khách nài nỉ:

- Bác ơi, em phải xăm gấp nếu không sẽ nguy hiểm tới tính mạng! Giá bao nhiêu em cũng chịu mà...

Nghe vậy chủ tiệm lục đục soạn đồ nghề:

- Nào, thế cô muốn xăm hình gì, xăm ở đâu?

Hundreds of people snatch money on Saigon street

On August 17, hundreds of young people and children in HCM City carried baskets  to catch small change thrown by families and companies after worshipping wandering souls on Ram Thang Bay (15th day of the 7th lunar month – the day for wandering souls).

On Ram Thang Bay, many families, shops and companies in HCM City worship wondering souls. This was also a money-making chance for “professional thieves of worship items”. The “robbers” are hundreds of young people and children who flock to the areas where Chinese families live (Districts 5, 6 and 8) with baskets to snatch small change. Normally, after worshipping wondering souls, small change is thrown to the road while food is delivered to passers-by.

The beauty of paddy fields in harvest season

Visiting Vietnam's countryside in summer time, tourists will see beautiful scenery of paddy fields in the harvest season.
Around 45 minutes from the centre of Hanoi by motorbike, Kim Long village in Tam Duong district, Vinh Phuc province still preserves typical features of northern rural areas in the past.

Gorgeous landscapes in Central Highlands

Here are some great images taken by amateur photographer Manh Hung of the quiet foggy rivers, peaceful rice fields, and other landscapes of the Central Highlands region.
Mr Hung says if you’re looking for a visually relaxing utopia with traditional down home cooking, there’s a little bit of something for everyone – such as this lush green rice field.

Cu Lao Cau Island, heaven on earth

Located in Tuy Phong District, Binh Thuan province, about 9 km away from the shore, Cu Lao Cau Island is a most popular destination for travel lovers thanks to its smooth sloping sandy beach, blue seawater, and endless hills and mountains.
From the mainland, the island looks like a big warship

Ninh Binh's beauty through cinematographic works

Ninh Binh province, with its romantic and imposing scenery has become an ideal destination for domestic and foreign film makers.

Trang An – Bai Dinh complex in ‘Tam Cam Movie: The Untold’

Ninh Binh looks like a fairy land in the movie directed by Ngo Thanh Van

Natural 'check-in' spots around Hoi An

Those who know Hoi An only miss the fun around it.
The central province of Quang Nam is one of the brightest dots on the tourism map of Vietnam thanks to its magnet Hoi An Ancient Town. But having a star doesn’t mean the rest of the cast is made up of extras.

Cu Lao Cham
A lone dock stretching out to the sea in Cu Lao Cham. Photo by Lam Le
The pearl of Quang Nam floats 18 kilometers to the east of Cua Dai Beach in the town of Hoi An. Rarely does a trip to the ancient lack a day or two spared to pay homage to Cu Lao Cham. ‘Cu lao’ means island in Vietnamese, and in the case of Cu Lao Cham, it's several small islands. The place boasts long beaches lying serenely by the crystal clear waters and coral reefs just two meters underwater that render diving for sightseeing here all the rage.