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Colourful stones enchant at Bình Thuận beach

Kaleidoscope colours: Cổ Thạch beach and Cổ Thạch pagoda (called Cave Pagoda) in the province’s Tuy Phong District attract droves of photographers who arrive in the early morning to take shots of moss-covered stones that can look turquoise, purple, red or other colours, depending on the angle of the sunlight. — VNS Photo Dương Đức ... Read More »

Standing at heaven’s gate on Bảo Đài Mountain

Stunning views: Tourists climb up Yên Tử Mountain. — VNA/VNS Photo Quỳnh Trang Viet Nam News By Trần Mai Hưởng We headed up to Bảo Đài Mountain, also known as Vảy Rồng Mountain, to visit the Ngọa Vân Am (Ngọa Vân Pagoda) historical site. The site, located in the Yên Tử historical complex in the northern province of Quảng Ninh, ... Read More »

Tourists revel in rich Khmer culture

Part of the culture: Bà Ôm Pond offers cool atmosphere. — File Photo Viet Nam News By Văn Châu  At first, I thought it would take only one day to sample the best of Trà Vinh, a coastal province in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta, but I was quickly proven wrong. Hundreds of ancient trees and a fascinating Khmer culture ... Read More »

Coastal city lures tourists with history

Heroes: Statues of the three heroes who repelled Chinese invaders. — VNS Photo Trần Mai Hưởng Viet Nam News by Trần Mai Hưởng People know Hải Phòng as a city of flamboyant trees, an important industrial centre and the biggest port in the north. The city has also long been a tourism hub with beaches embracing the city and top class ... Read More »

Pá Kứ San, Mother Mountain in the clouds

Through the mist: We reached the climax of our feelings. — VNS Photo Tuấn Ngọc Viet Nam News By Tuấn Ngọc Pá Kứ San Mountain in Lào Cai Province has primitive forests covered in moss, forests full of maple trees and their colourful leaves, cliffs that startle with their steepness and, at times, all this is covered in a sea ... Read More »

Heaven comes to earth in Lộc Yên

Rare beauty: Lộc Yên Village is dubbed ‘paradise land’ for it’s natural and man-made beauty. Viet Nam News Đắc Thành Lộc Yên, an ancient village in Tiên Phước District in the central province of Quảng Nam, is dubbed “paradise land” for its heavenly landscape. The village lies at the foot of a mountain and looks out over rice fields. According to ... Read More »

Fusion Resort Phú Quốc offers wellness spa packages

Fusion Resort Phú Quốc is offering three new wellness spa packages. — VNS Photo Viet Nam News KIÊN GIANG — Fusion Resort Phú Quốc, the island’s newest spa resort, offers three Wellness Voyages packages. The three-, five-, and seven-day packages, positioned between a wellness retreat and a holiday, are designed around three health pillars: the first elevates physical fitness, the ... Read More »

Red Dao ’capital’ is mountain wonderland

Close to heaven: A tourist takes photos from Chiêu Lầu Thi Peak, a mountain retreat. VNS Photo Lê Hương Viet Nam News By Hương Vân Located 1,000m above sea level, Hồ Thầu Commune in the northern mountains has cool weather all year round and breathtaking landscapes. The commune, with thousands of hectares of terraced rice fields and topped with the ... Read More »

Thanh Thủy Village, a centre for art

Prehistoric: Thanh Thuỷ Village is endowed with unspoiled nature and a unique volcanic lava reef. — Photo news.zing.vn Viet Nam News Phương Hà People in Thanh Thủy Village in Bình Hải Commune in the central province of Quảng Ngãi have long taken pride in their natural masterpiece, Gành Yến, a volcanic lava reef consisting of hexagonal columns of basalt lying ... Read More »

Old war base now tourist destination

Stunning: A view of Bắc Sơn Town with green fields and pyramid hills. — VNS Photo Phạm Lộc Viet Nam News By Trần Mai Hưởng & Phạm Lộc The early morning sun shines all around. Clouds hang on mountains near and far mountains. Villages dot the immense green rice fields stretching into the distance. The Bắc Sơn region in northern ... Read More »