Na Nhem Festival
Na Nhem Festival   (Apr 23, 2018)
Known for its procession of linga and yoni, Na Nhem is an original festival of the Tay in Mo Village, Lang Son Province, to pray for peace and bumper crops.
A visit to Kim Lan Pottery Village
When it comes to Ha Noi’s pottery, Bat Trang ceramics are the first thing that cross one’s mind. However, there is another well-known pottery village named Kim Lan in Ha…
Phung Hung fresco street in Ha Noi
Created by Vietnamese and South Korean artists, Phung Hung Fresco Street in Ha Noi has now become a magnet for young people and other visitors.
Giac Lam Pagoda – a destination in Ho Chi Minh City
Giac Lam Pagoda on Lac Long Quan Street in Tan Binh District is the oldest pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City.
Bac Me lam rice   (Apr 16, 2018)
Bac Me lam rice
Ha Giang has rich fields with many types of tasty rice, therefore Bac Me lam rice has become a unique dish of the Tay communities.
Bowls of chao trai delight Ha Noi
Nearly every Hanoian knows about the chao trai, or mother-of-pearl rice porridge, shop on the capital’s Tran Xuan Soan Street. The porridge has been delighting locals with its rich and aromatic flavour for decades.
Most beautiful cave in Dong Van Karst Plateau GeoPark
Lung Khuy cave in the northernmost province of Ha Giang has become a tourist destination since early 2015. It is considered the most beautiful cave in the Dong Van Karst Plateau GeoPark.  
Mong Rong Rock Area, a wonder of nature in Quang Ninh
Located in Co To Island, Quang Ninh Province, Mong Rong (Dragon Claw) Rock Area is a favourite destination for visitors to the island.
Nui Vua - a worth-visiting place in Ba Vi
Nui Vua (King Mountain) is the highest mount in the Ba Vi Mountain Range (Ba Vi District, Ha Noi), where a temple dedicated to Uncle Ho is located.
Lotus rice   (Apr 02, 2018)
Lotus rice
Lotus is not only a cultural symbol of Viet Nam but is used for many special dishes one of which is com sen (lotus rice).
Making a pilgrimage tour to Quan Am Pagoda in Bac Lieu
On the way to the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu, around 100 kilometers from the southernmost tip of Viet Nam, pilgrims should stop by a Buddhist pagoda where there is an 11-meter-tall Bodhisattva statue facing the sea. It is a sacred place of worship for many people, in the belief that the Goddess has miraculous ability to safeguard fishermen and seafarers.
Experiencing basket-boat tour on Bay Mau coconut forest
Bay Mau coconut forest village in Cam Thanh Commune is touted as one of the most-frequented tourist destinations in Hoi An City in the central province of Quang Nam thanks to a sightseeing tour that allows visitors to explore the coconut forest and gain an insight into traditional fishing techniques while riding in a bamboo basket boat.
Visiting Mekong Delta’s century-old church
Tac Say Church in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu, commonly dubbed as Father Diep Church, has been in existence for nearly one century and linked to the life of Truong Buu Diep, a highly respected Vietnamese Catholic priest who is believed to have died in 1946 while protecting his followers during the war. 
A century-old Hindu temple in Sai Gon
Built in the late 19th century by the first Indian migrants who settled down in Sai Gon to do business, the Indian goddess temple called Mariamman Temple in District 1 is a worshiping place for Hindu followers.
Crab spring rolls   (Mar 26, 2018)
Crab spring rolls
Known as a specialty of Hai Phong, a beautiful coastal province, nem cua be (crab spring rolls) seems not only to satisfy your taste but also bring you a little sunshine, a little sea breeze and even a little hardship of coastal locals.