Clouds, water, and trees have created a beautiful picture featuring yellow autumn in Ru Cha – the sole primeval mangrove forest on Tam Giang Lagoon in the central province of Thua Thien Hue.
In Hanoi, for the purpose of tasting of eating full, you should visit small streets where the finest cuisine has not been commercialized. Wandering in the Old Quarter, you will seem to be lost in a paradise of cuisine with many stores from normal to luxurious ones. In the Hanoi Old Quarter, Phat Loc Street is a place where tourists can find well-known noodle dishes that symbolize Hanoi food.
Driving along the 1A National Road will finally lead you to Cau Mong, a small village in Dien Ban district. This small village, though seemed to be uninteresting at first, is a great addition to your trip to Da Nang as you can find there a wonderful speciality called Bo Tai Cau Mong (Cau Mong Rare Beed).
The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho has won the 2016 Asian Townscape Award from the Asia-Pacific regional office of the UN Human Settlements (UN-HABITAT) programme.
With a visit to Hanoi’s Yen stream in the autumn, tourists will have a chance to admire a beautiful scene of purple water lilies blooming on the peaceful water.
Tran Quoc is an ancient pagoda located in a corner of Hanoi’s West Lake and is one of the most famous Buddhist temples in Vietnam.