Basking in the unspoilt wild of tranquil Quan Son Lake
Quan Son Lake, with its many small islands surrounded by forests and hundreds of limestone peaks, retains its wild and tranquil beauty as an idyllic out-of-the-way picnic spot in My Duc District, 50km from central Ha Noi.
Co To offers pristine beach getaway for weary tourists
If you are tired of crowded beaches like Do Son in Hai Phong or Sam Son in Thanh Hoa Province, the beaches of Co To Island may offer you an ideal destination for your holidays. Still far off the beaten tourist path, the island retains its natural beauty.
Homage to goddess of wealth
Every year, thousands of people flock to Chau Doc Town near the Cambodian border in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta to pay their respects to Ba Chua Xu, the famous goddess of wealth, at a temple on top of Sam Mountain.
As it does every year, autumn has come to Hanoi, bringing with it a slightly cold climate and fading sunlight covering the capital city.
Cast away in Nha Trang Bay
About a 45 minute boat ride out into Nha Trang Bay sit the islands of Mun, Tam and Mot. In recent years, the area has become popular among fishing enthusiasts looking for a quiet, tranquil place to pursue their hobby
Ho Tram Beach a paradise for city folk
The beach is calm and less crowded than many others, such as Sam Son Beach in the central province of Thanh Hoa or Do Son Beach in the port city of Hai Phong. The tranquillity will allow us to enjoy our entire five-day summer family vacation without being disturbed by other people, such as the tiresome local photographers who insist on taking pictures at busier beaches.
Beyond the clouds in Sa Pa
If you're looking to escape from the summer heat, you could do worse than hop on an overnight train to Sa Pa – after all, that was why the French established the hill station in the first place. I, for one, was not disappointed. Sa Pa, which lies some 1,600m above sea level, is beautifully refreshing in summer. But more than that, the views of forests, the inhospitable peaks of the Hoang Lien Son mountain range and the terraced paddy fields are to die for.
Forest of stone
A Vietnam holiday to Ham Ho – which has and uniqueness thanks to thousands of rocks in different shapes, also known as the “Forest of Stone”, in the central province of Binh Dinh can provide visitors the most unforgettable trip in this country.
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