Phu Yen, a hidden gem of Vietnam

Phu Yen encompasses a diverse landscape of rivers, lagoons, mountains and fertile plains with nearly some 125 miles of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. The province has long won praise for its friendly people, delicious food, and gorgeous places of interest.

Lotuses add to charm of Hue

The lotus has been associated with Hue for a long time through its architecture, cuisine and culture. You can see lotuses in lakes and ponds everywhere in the town, even the Hue royal palace.

Yellow blossoms set 400-year-old town aglow

In late March and early April, UNESCO heritage site Hoi An in central Vietnam is illuminated by blooming sua flowers (Dalbergia tonkinensis).

Attractiveness of Hoi An ancient streets – where time pauses

Experiencing the changes of space and time, yet Hoi An ancient streets still keep their old beauty, and relic complexes are maintained intact along with a huge intangible cultural base. Hoi An is an ancient town of the Vietnamese

Ako Dhong: village in the city

In the past, Ako Dhong was nothing but forests. The village patriarch Ama H’rin was the first person to reclaim the area and turn it into a new land for the E De ethnic community in 1956.

Best 8 non-touristy things to do in Hanoi

Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, is a fascinating city and a must-visit destination for all trips in Vietnam. The city is also a travel gateway to many beautiful destinations in Northern Vietnam so many tourist choose Hanoi as the convenient starting point for their Vietnam private tour

Top 10 things to do in Hanoi

No trip to Vietnam would be complete without a visit to the hectic, high-energy capital, Hanoi. The city is a fine blend of history and modernity, where colonial architecture and ornate pagodas contrast with glassy malls and shiny motorbikes

‘Little Japan’ adds allure to Saigon

Established during the 2000s, ‘Little Japan’ represents a distinct cultural enclave in downtown Saigon.