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Japanese Embassy in Vietnam launches visa application through accredited agencies

Vietnamese people can now submit their visa application for travel to Japan via 14 travel agencies across the country which have been authorised by the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam since December 15, 2016.

Mung bean cookies – Hoi An’s special snack

History has it that since the 18th century, mung bean cookies have been a precious gift that locals offered to the King and officials.

Can Tho cake festival offers sweet way to celebrate spring

The city of Can Tho will present its sixth annual Southern Folk Cake Festival this coming April 5-9, providing guests an opportunity to indulge their sweet tooth by tasting hundreds of cakes from throughout ASEAN.

Kayak tours to clean up Hoi An waterways

VietNamNet Bridge – A kayak service operator has launched tours that will give both locals and foreigners the chance to clean up waterways in the vicinity of Hoi An City.

Kayak tours to clean up Hoi An waterways

VietNamNet Bridge – A kayak service operator has launched tours that will give both locals and foreigners the chance to clean up waterways in the vicinity of Hoi An City.

Eight places to date on Int’l Women Day in Hanoi

 Here are our top eight choices of the best places to date on International Women Day (March 8) in Hanoi.

The floating rice dumplings of Cold Food Day

VietNamNet Bridge – Every Vietnamese knows the poem ‘Banh troi nuoc’ (the dumpling that drifts in water), written by poetess Ho Xuan Huong in the 18th or 19th century. The words, which many a Vietnamese knows by heart, go like this:

Where you can stop and smell the roses

VietNamNet Bridge – It is not an ideal place for cultivating the delicate flowers, but a few passionate horticulturists have found ways to make the capital city a rose garden destination worthy of note, reports Song Huong.

Where you can stop and smell the roses

VietNamNet Bridge – It is not an ideal place for cultivating the delicate flowers, but a few passionate horticulturists have found ways to make the capital city a rose garden destination worthy of note, reports Song Huong.

Where you can stop and smell the roses

VietNamNet Bridge – It is not an ideal place for cultivating the delicate flowers, but a few passionate horticulturists have found ways to make the capital city a rose garden destination worthy of note, reports Song Huong.

New direction for Quang Nam tourism

Quang Nam, home to the World Heritage Sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, is following new paths in tourism development, focusing on community-based tourism that both promotes and supports the local cultural identity.

New direction for Quang Nam tourism

Quang Nam, home to the World Heritage Sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, is following new paths in tourism development, focusing on community-based tourism that both promotes and supports the local cultural identity.

New direction for Quang Nam tourism

Quang Nam, home to the World Heritage Sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son sanctuary, is following new paths in tourism development, focusing on community-based tourism that both promotes and supports the local cultural identity.

Spectacular view of natural landscapes in Ha Giang

Tourists to the northern province of Ha Giang are greatly impressed by its imposing natural landscapes with stunning mountain ranges and terraced rice fields.

Vietnamese ‘Ca Kho’ simmered fish

Healthy diets almost always contain fish, which is high in protein with fewer calories than other meat sources. It's also one of nature's most versatile foods. 

Quang Nam fishing villages strive for ecotourism

Artists and local children painted a boatLocal authorities in Quang Nam Province's Tam Thanh Commune are cooperating with artists from Singapore in an ecotourism project which aims to introduce local life and culture to visitors.

Co Tu ethnic minority: A story about manioc

A trip to the west of Hoi An and Danang, right up to and over the Vietnamese-Lao border last year had helped me discover the Co Tu ethnic minority, one of the unique groups of people in Vietnam.

Yen Bai, an alluring destination in the northwest

Yen Bai province has become a tourist destination thanks to its beautiful unspoiled landscape and diverse culture. Over the past few years, the province has invested in upgrading roads and developed a variety of local tours.

Top 10 places to go in Moc Chau this summer

Our list of the 10 best places to go in the district of Moc Chau in Son La Province this summer includes magnificent waterfalls, scenic landscapes, lush fruit gardens and natural magical mountains.

The land of areca palms and gurgling streams beckons

VietNamNet Bridge – Son Tay District of the central province of Quang Ngai has long been dubbed the "Land of Areca" for its seemingly endless hills covered with areca palms. With mountains on one side and the sea on the other, Quang Ngai is also well-known for one of the most beautiful beaches in central Viet Nam, cultural vestiges of Chau Sa Citadel as well as a number of pagodas.

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