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Vietnam’s “military masterpieces” through international lens

VietNamNet Bridge – Photographer Patrick Creusere recorded unexpected things that he witnessed while visiting the famous Cu Chi tunnels in HCM City. Located in the northwest of Saigon, the Cu Chi tunnels were built during the French colonial period and expanded in the war against America. The entrances of this underground base are very small, ... Read More »

Vietnam in panoramic photos

VietNamNet Bridge – Photographer Millott Ash (Melbourne, Australia) captured Vietnam from a different perspective through panoramic photos. Another perspective on traffic in Hanoi.   A footwear store in Hanoi.   A street corner with strange colors.   The living rhythm in Hanoi is both slow and hurried.   Restaurant kitchen on the sidewalk.   The chaos of life.   Echoes ... Read More »

Colorful Vietnam in photographs by Andrei Duman

VietNamNet Bridge – Through the lens of American photographer Andrei Duman, Vietnam appears very attractive.   Shimmering Hanoi in the evening light. Strange “paintings” on the walls.   The colors of brocade. Mountain children. Ethnic minority people in the northern mountainous region. The green of the countryside.   Each water puppet has a different look.   A corner of life. ... Read More »

Ninh Thuan’s beauty through the wedding photos of a Cham couple

VietNamNet Bridge – Through wedding photos, you can see peaceful fields of the countryside, gentle wharves, the spectacular Chaper waterfalls and the ancient Po Klaong Girai towers in Ninh Thuan. A bamboo bridge crossing a gentle river is a preferred place for taking wedding photos of many Cham couples.   This  is a traditional place for dating of Cham people. ... Read More »

Ninh Thuan’s beauty through the wedding photos of a Cham couple

VietNamNet Bridge – Through wedding photos, you can see peaceful fields of the countryside, gentle wharves, the spectacular Chaper waterfalls and the ancient Po Klaong Girai towers in Ninh Thuan. A bamboo bridge crossing a gentle river is a preferred place for taking wedding photos of many Cham couples.   This  is a traditional place for dating of Cham people. ... Read More »

Rooftop bonsai gardens in Saigon

VietNamNet Bridge – To make use of vacant space on the terrace, some Saigonese have built bonsai gardens worth hundreds of US dollars. The 60sq.m terrace of the three-storey house of Mr. Dao Thanh in Tan Phu district has about 1,000 bonsai pots, with a total value of VND3-4 billion ($150,000-200,000).   Thanh has worked very hard in this “garden” ... Read More »

Vietnam a decade ago (Part 2)

VietNamNet Bridge – These photos that were taken by David Zetland in 2001 reveal many changes in Vietnam after only one decade. Army truck.   Smoking woman.   Mountain girls.   Napping.   Embroidery crafts.   A thread store.   A rose shop on a bike.   Storm prevention.   Pouring rice.   Harvesting rice.   Farmer’s smile.   Pigments. ... Read More »

Son Tay ancient citadel surrounded by century-old trees

VietNamNet Bridge – Trees at least 100 years old surround the walls and gates of the ancient citadel of Son Tay in the suburbs of Hanoi. Son Tay ancient citadel was built in the 3rd year of Minh Mang Dynasty (1822) with unique architecture. It is rated as one of the most famous and beautiful citadels in the North.   ... Read More »

Westerners sell grilled hotdogs on Saigon city streets

VietNamNet Bridge – Large numbers of Vietnamese are rapidly becoming huge fans of German style grilled hotdogs sold by Westerners, out of mini trucks or off of motorbikes, on the city streets of Saigon. Klaus Rutt, 46 from Germany, is one of the first Westerners selling hotdogs in HCM City (also known as Saigon). He said he wants to introduce ... Read More »

Westerners sell grilled hotdogs on Saigon city streets

VietNamNet Bridge – Large numbers of Vietnamese are rapidly becoming huge fans of German style grilled hotdogs sold by Westerners, out of mini trucks or off of motorbikes, on the city streets of Saigon. Klaus Rutt, 46 from Germany, is one of the first Westerners selling hotdogs in HCM City (also known as Saigon). He said he wants to introduce ... Read More »