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Visiting riverside Kim Lan pottery village

Lying on the banks of Red River, Kim Lan pottery village in Gia Lam district, Hanoi has a more than 1,000 year-history of making of ceramics.

Can Tho seeks to boost tourism at Bang Lang Stork Garden

Bang Lang Stork Garden, an attraction in Can Tho City with great potential, should be more efficiently managed to help increase the number of tourists to the site, according to authorities. The 15,000sq.m garden, located in Thot Not District’s Thuan…

New rooftop restaurant for romance and views in Hanoi

We were desperately searching for a respite from the scorching hot weather that the capital city experienced a week or so ago when a friend suggested the Rooftop. Can’t go wrong with that name, we thought, imagining a beautifully landscaped garden…

Street food isn’t as scary on a guided food tour in Hanoi

Hanoi teems with sidewalk life. Motorbikes beep as they zoom past, pushing you closer to the woman washing chickens on the sidewalk who’s crouched in front of a cafe packed with people drinking egg coffees or local beer. It’s also…

Hanoi double-decker sightseeing bus trials

Hanoi’s leading bus operator Transerco has commenced with the trial of sightseeing bus tour services using double-decker buses, offering tourists a new choice to explore the capital city. Known as City Tour, the service follows a loop route that starts…

HCM City expands walking space for tourists

Ho Chi Minh City will expand pedestrian area in District 1 to include Bui Vien Street as from July 15. The street will be open to pedestrians only from 7:00 pm to 2:00 am next day on Saturdays and Sundays….

Weekend entertainment activities in Saigon

Known as a popular attraction for visitors, especially those from abroad, Ho Chi Minh City has a lot to discover, particularly on weekends.   Entertainment programs and shopping malls are among the activities which tourists should explore. Following are some…

Travel around Saigon on a weekend afternoon

Sitting on the corner of Turtle Lake and chatting with friends, eating snacks, taking a stroll in 30/4 park, and looking at the old church under the sunshine will add interest to your weekend in Saigon.  HCM City is known…

Amazing coffee shops in Saigon

The Vietnamese have a love of coffee that is bordering on obsession – and for good reason. Preparation and delivery of the hallowed, roasted bean is unique and the taste is the best in the world. Whether you drink it…

In a coastal paradise, ‘one fire, two sunlight’

Nha Trang, the “Blue Silk of Viet Nam,” as the central province of Khanh Hoa is sometimes referred to, lives up to this description effortlessly, with its sparkling beaches. As a coastal hotspot, it has also gained a well-deserved reputation…

Jeju Air to open Nha Trang route in July

Jeju Air Co., a South Korean low-cost carrier, said Tuesday it will start flights to Vietnam’s Nha Trang starting next month. The route is the latest move by the budget carrier to expand into Southeast Asia and Japan not only…

Hoi An Traditional Art Performance Theatre

Walking around the Old Quarter of Hoi An, tourists are always fascinated by remnants of a past time when the old town was a major commercial port, a center of cultural intermingling among Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese. For those who…

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