Can Cau Market opens every Saturday and on holidays, revealing the simple but colorful life of ethnic people in the northern highlands. The market is a place where the Mong and Giay ethnic people trade their products and plants and animals they raise at home or find in the wild. Many dress up and come […]
Buzzfeed, an American online social news and entertainment giant, has released 25 amazing photos that make viewers want to immediately pack their bags and leave for Vietnam. Let’s explore incredible beauty of Vietnam through following photos: Beautiful Danang City (Photo: Khan G Nguyen / Via Flickr: gienkhan)
Nestled on the banks of the gentle Ninh River in Nam Dinh City, the village of Co Chat in Phuong Dinh commune, Truc Ninh district, is famous for its sericulture. The village is about 20km from the center of Nam Dinh city. According to the annals of this village, its Pho Quang pagoda practices Buddhism […]
Two weeks before the lunar New Year the weather is very warm, causing peach flowers to blossom early. Gardeners in Nhat Tan village, Hanoi’s most famous peach flower village, have suffered losses and are worried they will not have peach flowers to sell during Tet holiday since the trees have bloomed very early.
Thai Binh is a province in the Red River Delta where the terrain is flat, with many lakes, rivers, a cool climate, many traditional handicraft villages, historical – cultural relic sites and unique folk festivals.
When people speak of the plateau of Moc Chau, they often think about green tea hills stretching along the hillside, an endless inspiration for photographers and tourists. Moc Chau tea hills in the afternoon:
Annam’s (Vietnam today) beauty queen, the princess of Cambodia and Indians in Saigon are impressive portraits of the residents in Indochina before 1880. These photos come from the photo collection “The trip from Egypt to Indochina” (Voyage de l’ Egypte à l’ Indochine) by two photographers Hippolyte Arnoux and Emile Gsell, published in 1880. […]
Located in northeastern Vietnam, Ha Giang Province is a bliss for inlet lovers, trekkers and eco-tourists. Flanked by a Lo River and a Mien River, dominated by a peaks of a Tay Con Linh and Kieu Lieu Ti, a province’s landscape is spectacular, with a many high hilly summits, a distinguished limestone formations and a […]
Through the lens of international amateur photographers, sunset scenes in all regions of the country is so simple and profound After spending most of the 20th century either under colonial control or armed conflict, Vietnam enters the new century as one of the most dynamic economies in Asia. With trade, capital flows, and growth shifting […]
Vietnam’s beauty in the early 20th century was featured through photos taken by several foreign photographers in 1915 and 1916. The photos included in a collection were taken under sponsorship of Albert Kahn (1860 – 1940) who was a French banker and philanthropist. In 1909, Kahn travelled with his chauffeur and photographer, Alfred Dutertre to […]