Vietnam - paradise of tropical fruits

Being geographically located in the tropical zone, Vietnam is truly a heaven of various kinds of fruit. First-time visitors to the country will be amazed at the countless number of colourful fruits sold at reasonable prices in every street and market all year round.

Nam Yet- a coconut island on Truong Sa archipelago

Located in the north of Truong Sa (Spratley) Archipelago, in Khanh Hoa province, Nam Yet island is called the “Coconut island”. From afar, the island is like a blue silk strait with ranges of coconut trees. Reported by Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
Phu Quoc – Paradise Pearl Island Destinations

Phu Quoc – Paradise Pearl Island

Phu Quoc, Vietnam’s largest island, has been endowed with wild and natural beauty. For this reason, Phu Quoc, nicknamed ‘Paradise Pearl Island’, has always attracted a large number of domestic and international visitors. Report by Nhan Dan Online.
Ten best places to visit in Vietnam, Touropia finds Destinations

Ten best places to visit in Vietnam, Touropia finds

A long, narrow country squeezed in between the East Sea and the Laos and Cambodia borders, Vietnam is a land of striking landscapes that range from the lush rice terraces and forested mountains in the north to the picturesque valleys of the Central Highlands and the fertile delta and beautiful beaches of the south. Included in the mix are booming modern cities, colonial towns, traditional villages, archaeological sites and otherworldly islands.

Ben Thanh among world’s best food markets

Ben Thanh market, in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, has been selected by the USA Today as one of the best food markets around the world, which offers a peek into the cultural and culinary lives of the people in the southern hub.
Tourists feel at home in Ninh Binh Destinations

Tourists feel at home in Ninh Binh

Northern Ninh Binh province is promoting tourism homestays and improving co-operation with other provinces to enhance the tourism experience, says Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Duong Thi Thanh.