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Da Giang Stream in Khanh Hoa, Vietnam Vietnam guidelines

Da Giang Stream in Khanh Hoa, Vietnam

Located around 35 kilometers from southwest Nha Trang City, Da Giang Stream lures tourists due to its pristine and poetic beauty. The stream starts from Hon Ba Mountain at a height of 300 meters above sea level. It divides into the three sections of Lau Stream, Dau Stream and Da Giang Stream where the section [...]

Dambri Waterfall in the middle of the jungle of Lam Dong province Vietnam guidelines

Dambri Waterfall in the middle of the jungle of Lam Dong province

Dambri Waterfall is about 18 km from Bao Loc city, Lam Dong province, the large waterfall of the Central Highlands of Vietnam called “Waiting” roars throughout the day and night. To reach the Dambri Waterfall, visitors will have to walk a long distance under the blue sky and white clouds and through the jungle of [...]

Tam Dao - Four seasons in one day Vietnam guidelines

Tam Dao – Four seasons in one day

Tam Dao, though, is mostly situated in Tam Dao Town, Vinh Phuc Province, around 90 kilometers from Hanoi and is suggested as an ideal getaway for tourists. During the summer, people rush to Tam Dao which is considered the Dalat of the north with its fresh cool air, mist and romantic scenery. The area is [...]

Ba Be Lake and explore Puong Cave Vietnam guidelines

Ba Be Lake and explore Puong Cave

Ba Be Lake lies in the middle of the vast limestone mountain range of Ba Be National Park, surrounded by cliffs with very original and attractive forms and shapes. Be Lake itself is actually three small lakes joined together – Pe Lam, Pe Lu and Pe Leng. The area was established as a national preserved [...]

Keo Pagoda recognized special national relic Vietnam guidelines

Keo Pagoda recognized special national relic

Keo Pagoda is located in Duy Nhat commune, Vu Thu district, in northern Thai Binh province, has been recognized as a special national relic for its unique historical, cultural, architectural and artistic values. The province held a ceremony on October 24 to receive the title and officially open the 2012 Keo Pagoda Autumn Festival. After the first ceremonies, [...]

Phuong Hoang cave - Mo Ga stream Vietnam guidelines

Phuong Hoang cave – Mo Ga stream

Thai Nguyen Northern Province owns two national landscapes of Phuong Hoang (Phoenix) cave and Mo Ga stream in Vo Nhai district. Nature lovers can visit this site to enjoy trekking and sunbathing or swimming in a fresh and cool stream, or visit a relic of the Bac Son-Vo Nhai uprising. Phuong Hoang cave and Mo [...]

Bai Tu Long National Park Vietnam guidelines

Bai Tu Long National Park

Beside the gorgeous green islets of well-known Ha Long Bay – a world cultural heritage, there is Bai Tu Long National Park which also belongs to Halong Bay, and it will bring you amazed feeling and unforgettable experience! Just 200 kilometers away from Hanoi, Bai Tu Long National Park is one of seven Vietnamese amphibian [...]

Song Ray Waterfall Vietnam guidelines

Song Ray Waterfall

Song Ray is a spectacular waterfall in Son Duc Commune, Son Binh District, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, and this is a must-see destination for visitors to the area, especially for those who loves to conquer slippery rocks. In order to get there, from HCMC tourists should head to Ba Ria Town, and then travel around [...]

Binh Chau Hot Spring Vietnam guidelines

Binh Chau Hot Spring

About 150 kilometers from HCMC in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Binh Chau Hot Spring is a popular destination with its hot spa waters and hot mud baths. People have known about the treatment power ofhot springsfor a long time. Many people, especially elderly people, are coming here to relax and recover their [...]

Cultural Crossroad In Vietnam Vietnam guidelines

Cultural Crossroad In Vietnam

If  you are told: ”YOU must go to Hoi An,” everyone from Vietnam connoisseurs to one-time visitors to that country ordered us. It was the Venice of Vietnam, we heard, a magically preserved Sleepy Hollow of coexisting Asian cultures. From the 16th to the 19th century, it had been a magnet for Southeast Asian commerce, [...]