Ta Van turns into tourist destination

Ta Van turns into tourist destination

(VOVWORLD) - 12km from the center of Sa Pa, the village of Ta Van sits in the heart of the Muong Hoa Valley, at the foot of the Hoang Lien Son mountain range....

New funicular up Sa Pa mountain launched

New funicular up Sa Pa mountain launched

(VOVWORLD) - Launched 3 months ago, the Muong Hoa funicular connects Sa Pa city to Mount Fansipan in Lao Cai province. The longest and mosy advanced funicular railway in Vietnam...

Quan Ba, a heaven of clouds and mountains

Quan Ba, a heaven of clouds and mountains

(VOVWORLD) - Quan Ba, a scenic district in northern Ha Giang province is a gateway to the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark. High rocks, small, deep valleys, winding roads, and unique...

Bach Dang, a historic river

Bach Dang, a historic river

(VOVWORLD) - The Bach Dang river was the site of three major naval battles against foreign invaders. In 938, Ngo Quyen defeated the southern Han troops. 43 years later Le Dai Hanh wiped out...

Hoi An, Vietnam’s new food capital

Hoi An, Vietnam’s new food capital

(VOVWORLD) - Hoi An has recently been recognized as Vietnam’s new food capital by the World Association of Chef Societies. The ancient town, already best known for peaceful streets and mossy...

Phung Hung mural street features old Hanoi

Phung Hung mural street features old Hanoi

(VOVWORLD) - Phung Hung street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter has been revived with beautiful mural paintings recalling Hanoi in the past. Opened to the public in early February , it is...

Hoi An promotes new tourist products

Hoi An promotes new tourist products

(VOVWORLD) - Hoi An town in Quang Nam province is attractive for its unique and ancient culture. Recently, Hoi An has launched a number of new tourism products such as “Night...

March, the season of festivals in Tay Nguyen

March, the season of festivals in Tay Nguyen

(VOVWORLD) - March is the best time to visit Vietnam’s Central Highlands because that’s when the weather is at its best, with plenty of sun and wind, and when the Bah Nar, Jo...