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Breeding buffalos for tourism

VietNamNet Bridge – Many farmers in Hoi An have earned incomes of nearly VND100 million ($5,000) a year by providing buffaloes to serve tourists. Recognizing that foreign tourists might have an interest in being “farmers for a day”, Mr. Le Viet Nhien, a farmer in Cam Chau Ward, bought 12 buffaloes in 2010. His intention ... Read More »

Wild and romantic Con Dao Island

VietNamNet Bridge – Having been selected as one of the most mysterious islands in the world, Con Dao attracts tourists with its pristine beaches and tranquil scenery. Con Dao panorama, viewed from Thanh Gia peak – the highest mountain here. Come to Con Dao –  you will be pleased to explore beautiful beaches. Let’s start with a magical dawn in ... Read More »

Ancient wells in Hanoi’s old villages

VietNamNet Bridge – In addition to its old houses, Duong Lam in the Son Tay district of Hanoi has many wells with a long history. 1939 is the year of construction carved on the wall of the ancient well in He village, but locals say that it was the year that the well was repaired. Behind the wall is a ... Read More »

Coming to Ha Giang in the buckwheat flower season

VietNamNet Bridge – This time, the roads to Lung Cu, Ha Giang province, are covered by buckwheat flowers. Tourists are flocking to Ha Giang to see and take pictures of buckwheat blossoms. Buckwheat is the characterized flower in the northern mountainous provinces of Vietnam, with wild beauty. Buckwheat flourishes in late October and early November each year. Coincidentally, after the ... Read More »

Valuable photos of Vietnam from the late 19th century

VietNamNet Bridge – Recently, the very valuable photos of Vietnam in late 19th century and early 20th century were published on, in the surprise of so many people. These photos are very valuable because they were taken by the famous photographer Heliog Dujardin and they reflect a comprehensive view of the Vietnamese society at that time. The photos were ... Read More »

Vietnam heritages in photo exhibition

VietNamNet Bridge – The exhibition showcasing outstanding works of the photo contest “Vietnam Heritage 2013” is held at the Ho Chi Minh Museum, Hanoi from November 8 to 14. The contest was launched in June 2013, attracting 6,016 entries by photographers across the country. In the picture is “Early sunlight in Bac Son Valley” by Ngoc Anh. The entries cover ... Read More »

Ha Giang’s wonderful beauty through the lens of travellers

VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Giang is a province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. It is located in the far north of the country, and contains Vietnam’s northernmost point. Ha Giang is a famous destination with many tourist attractions as follow. Ha Giang – the northernmost point of Vietnam – with unspoiled scenery, the blend of rock and flowers is ... Read More »

Da Lat during the wild sunflower season

VietNamNet Bridge – Although Da Lat has many species of flowers that bloom all year round, the orange petals of wild sunflowers still win special love of Da Lat’s visitors. In December, the sun will return to the land that is always immersed in fog and the deep blue sky will be adorned by a wild flower species.   Though ... Read More »

Saigon’s streets in the past

VietNamNet Bridge – Saigon of 150 years ago was lively in photos by French photographer Emile Gsell. During his visits to this land in the years 1860-1880, Gsell used his camera to record the changing life is this bustling city. The newly-built Governor’s Palace in 1875. A church. Charner – the first market in Saigon, built by the French in ... Read More »

Lung Cu in harvest season

VietNamNet Bridge – Many backpackers do not miss the harvesting season in Lung Cu, Ha Giang province. These days, Ha Giang is not dyed in the pink color of buckwheat flowers but also the yellow of ripen rice on terrace fields. Lung Cu, the country’s northernmost point, is a land of the Shan tea, honey wine and “Thang Co”, the ... Read More »