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Hanoi Cathedral

Hanoi Cathedral

12/04/2017 16:57 GMT+7

Built in the 1780s, Hanoi Cathedral is considered a witness to great changes of the capital of Vietnam for three centuries. Today, it is not only the centre for catholic activities, but also a popular tourist site in the land of a thousand-year-old culture.
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An Ancient Pagoda in the World Heritage Site of Trang An

An Ancient Pagoda in the World Heritage Site of Trang An

12/04/2017 16:57 GMT+7

Though the Tam Coc grotto is more popular than Bich Dong in NinhBinh province, about 120km to the south of Hanoi, the latter is still visit-worthy and in fact, still a favourite destination among tourists. 
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A European Hinterland in the Heart of the Central Highlands

A European Hinterland in the Heart of the Central Highlands

25/03/2017 13:07 GMT+7

With a wholesome atmosphere and beautiful landscape, Dalat Milk Farm looks like a European countryside in Lam Vien valley, attracting a large number of tourists.
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Treasures Reflect Vietnams Cultural History

Treasures Reflect Vietnam’s Cultural History

06/03/2017 10:49 GMT+7

Representing various historical periods, 18 treasures displayed at the National History Museum more or less reflect the cultural history and quintessence of the Vietnamese nation. Each treasure conveys to visitors messages from the past and interesting stories.
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Pilgrimage to Yen Tu - The Buddhist Land

Pilgrimage to Yen Tu - The Buddhist Land

21/02/2017 21:48 GMT+7

The Yen Tu festival which is annually held from January 10 to the end of March of the lunar calendar in Uong Bi town in the northern province of Quang Ninh is one of the most anticipated festivals of the year, attracting thousands of pilgrims and visitors nationwide. 
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Studio Tree Houses - A Secluded Lovers Hideaway in Hanoi

Studio Tree Houses - A Secluded Lover's Hideaway in Hanoi

15/01/2017 15:35 GMT+7

Dao Anh Khanh Studio Tree Houses, a new model for homestay tourists, have become more popular due to its natural and fresh environment in the crowded capital of Hanoi.
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Spratly and Paracel Islands on the Hue Nine Dynastic Urns

Spratly and Paracel Islands on the Hue Nine Dynastic Urns

25/12/2016 18:40 GMT+7

Hue’s nine dynastic urns are not only national treasures indicating the authority and power of the Nguyen Dynasty, the final feudal dynasty of Vietnam, but also evaluated as a geographical book, a unique encyclopedia of Vietnam in the early 19th century. In particular, on the nine dynastic urns, many names of mountains, rivers and marine islands of Vietnam are shown quite clearly and convincingly. This shows that our ancestors had deep awareness of national sovereignty, including marine islands.
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Climbing Fansipan - the Roof of Indochina

Climbing Fansipan - the “Roof” of Indochina

12/11/2016 09:27 GMT+7

With a height of 3,143m, Fansipan peak is considered the “roof” of Indochina, and to climb it is a dream of any visitor who has a passion for discovery. To reach the mountain peak, besides the traditional route along which visitors have to trek through forests, a modern cable car system can help them arrive the destination faster while at the same time experience unforgettable moments when sitting in the cable cars and looking at primitive jungles and valleys covered by clouds.
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