1 of 86 . Hue Citadel

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Hue Citadel

The Citadel of Hue (Kinh thanh hue), is a large fortress built in the 17TH century (year 1805) mandated by Emperor Gia Long in the city of Hue in Central Vietnam. This huge and magnificent monument has been designed combining the concepts of Chinese geomancy (the best example is The forbidden city in Beijing) and the military principles of the French architect Sébastien de Vauban. The resulting final set are precious palaces, beautiful temples melted between walls, ramparts and moats, which coexist in total harmony. ..Readmore

2 of 86 . Gate of Hue Citadel

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Gate of Hue Citadel

The perimeter which originally comprised the Citadel of Hue were 10 square kilometres (520 hectares), surrounded by walls in which 10 Gates allowed access to the interior of this restricted place. ..Readmore

3 of 86 . The Mieu temple in Hue Imperial Citadel

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The Mieu temple in Hue Imperial Citadel

Hue has chosen to be the capital city of the Southern Kingdom by all Nguyen Lords and officially became the capital under Tay Son'reign. For approximately 400 years, Hue has become a great landscape and architectural site. Hue' royal complex has been officially recognized by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. ..Readmore

4 of 86 . 20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

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20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

5 of 86 . Trang An, Ninh Binh

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Trang An, Ninh Binh

You can float along through this cave in Trang An, Ninh Binh. ..Readmore

6 of 86 . These are in Mui Ne, Vietnam.

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These are in Mui Ne, Vietnam.

These are in Mui Ne, Vietnam. As are the big sand dunes. ..Readmore

7 of 86 . China beach, Danang

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China beach, Danang

The boat situation is pretty surreal. Yes, those tub-looking things, located in Hai Van Pass, are actually boats. ..Readmore

8 of 86 . Co Tien Double Mountain in Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province

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Co Tien Double Mountain in Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province

Ha Giang is up there on the epic list, too. ..Readmore

9 of 86 . Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

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Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

This is a pretty standard view of the countryside. Phong Nha, in Central Vietnam, is not to be missed. ..Readmore

10 of 86 . The Quest Festival

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The Quest Festival

Vietnam is also home to the Quest Festival, Asia’s best music, arts and culture event. ..Readmore

11 of 86 . This one is in Ben Tre, but you can catch them all over the Mekong Delta.

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This one is in Ben Tre, but you can catch them all over the Mekong Delta.

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

12 of 86 . Halong Bay

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Halong Bay

Halong Bay is a thing that actually exists. ..Readmore

13 of 86 . Actually, the sunsets are epic all over the country.

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Actually, the sunsets are epic all over the country.

For real! This one is in Hue, but the country really is just loaded with sweet sunset spots. ..Readmore

14 of 86 . Nha Trang is a great place to go scuba diving.

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Nha Trang is a great place to go scuba diving.

Vietnam is also beautiful under the surface. Nha Trang is a great place to go scuba diving. ..Readmore

15 of 86 . Son Doong cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

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Son Doong cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

In fact, Vietnam is home to the biggest cave in the world. Enough said. The biggest chamber of the cave, which is called Hang Son Doong (and translates to “mountain river cave”), is 3.1 miles long! ..Readmore

16 of 86 . 20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

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20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

17 of 86 . Rice terrace fields in Than Uyen district, Northern Vietnam

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Rice terrace fields in Than Uyen district, Northern Vietnam

Than Uyen, in Northern Vietnam, is one of the most beautiful places in the world. ..Readmore

18 of 86 . 20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

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20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

19 of 86 . Ma Pi Leng Pass and Nho Que river in Dong Van

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Ma Pi Leng Pass and Nho Que river in Dong Van

The gorges are deep AF. This one is in Ma Pi Leng, Dong Van. ..Readmore

20 of 86 . The Bridge Pagoda (Japanese brigde) in Hoi An

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The Bridge Pagoda (Japanese brigde) in Hoi An

This one in Hoi An is definitely one-of-a-kind. ..Readmore

21 of 86 . 20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

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20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

22 of 86 . You can go down a random side road and end up here.

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You can go down a random side road and end up here.

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to go to Vietnam ..Readmore

23 of 86 . Hoang Lien Son moutains

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Hoang Lien Son moutains

And if you want to climb a mountain, Vietnam has you covered. This one’s in Fansipan, Sapa — but they’re all over the country. ..Readmore

24 of 86 . Floating market in Mekong river

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Floating market in Mekong river

You can buy your groceries in the middle of the Mekong River. ..Readmore

25 of 86 . This is Jungle Beach, in Nha Trang

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This is Jungle Beach, in Nha Trang

Vietnam is the country has thousands of miles of pristine coastline. ..Readmore

26 of 86 . Hang En cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. Photo by

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Hang En cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. Photo by

The campsites there are also unreal. ..Readmore

27 of 86 . A beautiful Chinese temple in Central Vietnam

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A beautiful Chinese temple in Central Vietnam

And there’s a lot of beautiful Chinese architecture to admire. ..Readmore

28 of 86 . Dalanta waterfall in Dalat. Photo by Alesha Bradford

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Dalanta waterfall in Dalat. Photo by Alesha Bradford

And if you’re super adventurous, you can go rappelling down waterfalls. Of course this adventure sport is not for everyone, but doing it in Dalat is quite an experience. ..Readmore

29 of 86 . Northwest of Vietnam. Photo by Alesha Bradford

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Northwest of Vietnam. Photo by Alesha Bradford

Seriously, so many mountains. ..Readmore

30 of 86 . The kids are totally psyched to see you. Photo by Alesha Bradford

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The kids are totally psyched to see you. Photo by Alesha Bradford

20 gorgeous photos that will make you want to visit Vietnam

31 of 86 . Northern of Vietnam. Photo by Jarryd Salem

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Northern of Vietnam. Photo by Jarryd Salem

In fact, there are countless gorgeous places to just sit and relax. ..Readmore

32 of 86 . The lakes there are a traveler’s paradise. Photo by Alesha Bradford

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The lakes there are a traveler’s paradise. Photo by Alesha Bradford

Like this one in Mai Chau. ..Readmore

33 of 86 . Annual parade of dragons in Cho Lon

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Annual parade of dragons in Cho Lon

Dragons Dance on The First Full Moon Day of Year by Nguyen Quang Ngoc / Picfair ..Readmore

34 of 86 . Prayer on the river in Hue

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Prayer on the river in Hue

Praying on the river 1 by Phạm Tỵ / Picfair ..Readmore

35 of 86 . Buildings along the river of Hoi An

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Buildings along the river of Hoi An

Colourful buildings by Dan Convey / Picfair ..Readmore

36 of 86 . Tea plantations, Bao Loc

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Tea plantations, Bao Loc

Women with conical hat working on green tea plantation, Bao Loc, Lam Dong, Vietnam by Tom Phung / Picfair ..Readmore

37 of 86 . Young monks work in southern Vietnam

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Young monks work in southern Vietnam

Young monks at work by wolf / Picfair ..Readmore

38 of 86 . Drying fish in Nha Trang

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Drying fish in Nha Trang

Drying fish by Au Eightx / Picfair ..Readmore

39 of 86 . Fresh fish comes straight off the boats and into market

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Fresh fish comes straight off the boats and into market

Fishery market by wolf / Picfair ..Readmore

40 of 86 . Morning chaos on the roads in Ho Chi Minh City

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Morning chaos on the roads in Ho Chi Minh City

Morning, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam by davidhuiphoto / Picfair ..Readmore

41 of 86 . A railroad line in Hanoi

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A railroad line in Hanoi

ALONG THE TRACKS by Wilfred Seefeld / Picfair ..Readmore

42 of 86 . Kids in Lap An lagoon, Hue

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Kids in Lap An lagoon, Hue

Kids in the summer by Phạm Tỵ / Picfair ..Readmore

43 of 86 . Celebractions in Ho Chi Minh City

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Celebractions in Ho Chi Minh City

Fireworks in Ho Chi Minh City by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

44 of 86 . Sunrise on Hon Thieng Bay

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Sunrise on Hon Thieng Bay

Sunrise like a gold on water by Nguyen Quang Ngoc / Picfair ..Readmore

45 of 86 . Travelling home from work

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Travelling home from work

Back home by wolf / Picfair ..Readmore

46 of 86 . Wokers transporting salts from the fields in Hon Khoi

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Wokers transporting salts from the fields in Hon Khoi

Workers transporting salt from the fields in Hon Khoi, Viet Nam by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

47 of 86 . Woman and baby

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Woman and baby

Amazing baby by sarahannehardy / Picfair ..Readmore

48 of 86 . A cow herder and his cows

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A cow herder and his cows

The cowboy and cows by John Nguyen / Picfair ..Readmore

49 of 86 . Cow racing in An Giang province, Vietnam

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Cow racing in An Giang province, Vietnam

Vietnam Cow racing by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

50 of 86 . An old man doing calligraphy

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An old man doing calligraphy

Calligraphy old man by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

51 of 86 . Drying fish on Nam Du Island

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Drying fish on Nam Du Island

People doing fresh seafood – cuttle-fish from the fishery harbor Nam Du Island, Kien Giang, Vietnam by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

52 of 86 . An elderly woman in Hoi An

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An elderly woman in Hoi An

Hoi An Portrait by Iselin Shaw Of-Tordarroch / Picfair ..Readmore

53 of 86 . A woman making traditional vietnamese conical hats

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A woman making traditional vietnamese conical hats

Conical hat maker old women by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

54 of 86 . A woman collects lotus flowers

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A woman collects lotus flowers

Vietnam Living – Lotus gather women by JetHuynh / Picfair ..Readmore

55 of 86 . Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square in Hanoi at Night. Photo by Malingering

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Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square in Hanoi at Night. Photo by Malingering

Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc square, which is named after an educational institution that existed in Hanoi for a short time at the beginning of the 20th century and aimed to reform Vietnamese society under French colonialism. It is at the crossroads point of Dinh Tien Hoang, Hang Dao and Hang Gai Streets to the northeast of Sword Lake. ..Readmore

56 of 86 . Cà Phê (Vietnamese Coffee)

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Cà Phê (Vietnamese Coffee)

Vietnam is the world's biggest producer of Robusta coffee, a variety of bean that most coffee experts consider inferior to the Arabica type, thanks to its bitter and acrid tendencies. But the Vietnamese people know how to make the most of what they have. Local coffee beans are roasted with butter and fish sauce to bring out chocolate notes in the final brew. Vietnamese coffee is prepared using a small metal drip filter, and is most commonly served over ice. You can't walk a block of any street in the country and not see someone enjoying a coffee in one form or another. ..Readmore

57 of 86 . Bia (Beer)

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Bia (Beer)

Beer is one of the exceptions to the rule that drinks aren't served with food in Vietnam. In Vietnamese, the phrase "di nhau" means "to go drinking." But the term refers to much more than just the drinks; there's a whole range of tapas-style dishes that accompany a Vietnamese drinking session, such as prawns barbecued with chili and salt, clams steamed with lemongrass, green mango with a prawn-chili-salt dip, or coconut snails sauteed with butter and fish sauce. ..Readmore

58 of 86 . Dừa tươi (Fresh Coconut)

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Dừa tươi (Fresh Coconut)

Coconut water may have just shown up on your grocery store shelves a few years ago, but it's been a popular drink in Vietnam for centuries. You won't see the packaged stuff, though: here, it's drunk straight out of the coconut—and this coconut water is grassier, sweeter, and more full-flavored than anything you'll find in a package—trying it is like drinking raw milk for the first time. Generally, the smaller coconuts are sweeter than the larger ones. ..Readmore

59 of 86 . Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve boat tours

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Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve boat tours

With an area of 3000 hectares, Van Long natural reserve has 32 beautiful grotto such as: Ca Grotto, Bong Grotto, Rua Grotto, Chanh Grotto, each grotto has an unique beauty. The most beautiful grotto is Ca grotto in the Hoang Quyen Mountain. It has 250 meters length, 8 meters height and 10 meters width, the ceiling is stalactites with strange shapes like animal, fish… Especially, there has many catfish, tilapia… According to legend, ancient people caught a fish with 45 kilograms weight so that it named “Ca grotto”. ..Readmore

60 of 86 . Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve, Binh Binh province

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Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve, Binh Binh province

Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve covers more than 3,000 hectares in Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province. This is a beautiful site that holds two national records for having the most Delacour's langurs and for being the largest unspoiled landscape in Vietnam. Van Long Nature Reserve is a popular eco-tourism destination. ..Readmore

61 of 86 . Trang An, Ninh Binh

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Trang An, Ninh Binh

Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex is a UNESCO World Heritage site inscribed as a mixed natural and cultural property. It consists of a spectacular limestone karst landscape. The archeological remains found in caves trace human presence since 30,000 years. Part of the heritage is Hoa Lu, the old capital of Vietnam. ..Readmore

62 of 86 . Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Ninh Binh

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Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Ninh Binh

One of Vietnam's most spectacular sights. If possible, take the boat ride in the morning before the excursion groups arrive from Hanoi, or late afternoon after the groups have left. Last boats start out about 5:30PM in the summer and 4:30PM in the winter. Its an easy bicycle ride here from Ninh Binh, with no hills. Beware, the floating drink sellers can be very persistent. Most will ask if you would like to buy a drink for the rower. This is usually sold back immediately for half price. Rowers can usually row with their feet as well as their hands, which makes quite an interest sight. Some boats have boxes loaded upon departure. ..Readmore

63 of 86 . Dinh Tien Hoang temple, Hoa Lu ancient temple, Ninh Binh

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Dinh Tien Hoang temple, Hoa Lu ancient temple, Ninh Binh

The ancient capital during Dinh (968-80) and Le dynasties (980-1009). Mostly destroyed, there is the temple of Dinh Tien Hoang, the temple of King Le Dai Hahn, Nhat Tru Pagoda, and on top of a hill, Dinh Tien Hoang's tomb. ..Readmore

64 of 86 . Trang An, Ninh Binh

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Trang An, Ninh Binh

Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex is a UNESCO World Heritage site inscribed as a mixed natural and cultural property. It consists of a spectacular limestone karst landscape. The archeological remains found in caves trace human presence since 30,000 years. Part of the heritage is Hoa Lu, the old capital of Vietnam. ..Readmore

65 of 86 . Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Ninh Binh

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Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Ninh Binh

One of Vietnam's most spectacular sights. If possible, take the boat ride in the morning before the excursion groups arrive from Hanoi, or late afternoon after the groups have left. Last boats start out about 5:30PM in the summer and 4:30PM in the winter. Its an easy bicycle ride here from Ninh Binh, with no hills. Beware, the floating drink sellers can be very persistent. Most will ask if you would like to buy a drink for the rower. This is usually sold back immediately for half price. Rowers can usually row with their feet as well as their hands, which makes quite an interest sight. Some boats have boxes loaded upon departure. ..Readmore

66 of 86 . Mekong delta, Vietnam

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Mekong delta, Vietnam

Touring the orchards, paddy fields and swamplands of the Mekong Delta, you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped into the pages of a geography textbook. A comma-shaped flatland stretching from Ho Chi Minh’s city limits southwest to the Gulf of Thailand, the delta is Vietnam’s rice bowl, an agricultural miracle that pumps out more than a third of the country’s annual food crop from just ten percent of its total land mass. Rice may be the delta’s staple crop, but coconut palms, fruit orchards and sugar-cane groves also thrive in its nutrient-rich soil, and the sight of conical-hatted farmers tending their land is one of Vietnam’s most enduring images. To the Vietnamese, the region is known as Cuu Long, “Nine Dragons”, a reference to the nine tributaries of the Mekong River, which dovetail across plains fashioned by millennia of flood-borne alluvial sediment. ..Readmore

67 of 86 . Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho, Vietnam

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Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho, Vietnam

One of the most popular floating markets of the Mekong Delta is the Cai Rang floating market, in the city of Can Tho. This floating market, although not the largest of all, is it having more commercial activity, thus providing the opportunity to see the hustle and bustle and business of hundreds of small boats, boats, boats and even canoes filled chock-full of fruits, vegetables, rice (excellent in this area of the mekong rice), all kinds of food and groceriesclothing and even makeup. ..Readmore

68 of 86 . Banh Xeo (sizzling cakes)

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Banh Xeo (sizzling cakes)

Bánh xèo (literally "sizzling cake") are Vietnamese savoury pancakes made out of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, and bean sprouts and then pan fried. Traditionally, they are served wrapped in mustard leaf, lettuce leaves, and stuffed with mint leaves, basil, fish leaf and/or other herbs, and dipped in a prepared nước mắm called nuoc cham (Vietnamese fish sauce thinned with water and lemon). In the Central region, the pancake is dipped in a special 'tuong' sauce which consists of liver, hoisin sauce and garlic.

69 of 86 . The viewpoint on Co To Island down to The Rock Garden

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The viewpoint on Co To Island down to The Rock Garden

Co To Island in Northern Vietnam near Halong Bay is a new emerging tourist destination. The island is still untouched with wonderful turquoise waters, white smooth sandy beaches and amazing landscapes and seascapes. The Quang Ninh province's tourism sector has surveyed potential to develop tourism on the island, especially eco-tourism. Co To Island includes 40 large and small islands, of which the three largest are large Co To, Thanh Lan and Tran. ..Readmore

70 of 86 . Mekong delta

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Mekong delta

Being a very rich, beautiful and lush area, Mekong Delta is the southern most region of Vietnam end of the Mekong River. It splits in Cambodia into two main rivers, the Bassac (Hau Giang) and the Upper River (Tien Giang), then in Vietnam into a more complex system, creating a maze of small canals, rivers and arroyos interspersed with villages and floating markets. Life in the Mekong Delta revolves much around the river and boats are still the main means of transport to access villages. ..Readmore

71 of 86 . Rice terraced fields in Sapa

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Rice terraced fields in Sapa

Originally established as a hill resorts of the French in 1922, the charming Sapa town has quickly become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the northwest. The wonderful landscape here stretches over a wide area. The town almost turns eastward, making the whole scene here is bright whenever a new day begins. Viewed from above, Sapa is a plunging valley of terraced fields surrounded by towering mountains in four surface. ..Readmore

72 of 86 . Northwestern Vietnam

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Northwestern Vietnam

The north is a mountainous region punctuated by limestone peaks and luscious valleys of terraced paddy fields, tea plantations, stilt houses and water hyacinth-quilted rivers. Large cones and towers, some with vertical walls and overhangs, rise dramatically from the flat alluvial plains. This landscape, dotted with bamboo thickets, is one of the most evocative in Vietnam; its hazy images seem to linger deep in the collective Vietnamese psyche and perhaps symbolize a sort of primaeval Garden of Eden. ..Readmore

73 of 86 . Lac village, Mai Chau

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Lac village, Mai Chau

The distance from Hanoi to Mai Chau Valley is approximately 150km; therefore, it takes you more than 3 hours to reach a beautiful Mai Chau Valley. Here located the Lac Village, about 1km from the town center of Mai Chau District. Coming to Mai Chau, tourists will be warmly welcomed by the picturesque scenery of Mai Chau lying in a green valley of paddy fields dotted with rows of stilt houses. These stilt houses belong to Thai Community – one of six ethnic minorities living in Hoa Binh. ..Readmore

74 of 86 . Huc bridge, Hanoi

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Huc bridge, Hanoi

By turns exotic, squalid, gauche and hip, the high-octane Vietnamese capital of Hanoi provides a full-scale assault on the senses. Its crumbly, lemon-hued colonial architecture is a feast for the eyes; swarms of buzzing motorbikes invade the ear, while the delicate scents and tastes of delicious street food can be found all across a city that – unlike so many of its regional contemporaries – is managing to modernize with a degree of grace. ..Readmore

75 of 86 . Ha Giang provice

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Ha Giang provice

Ha Giang is a mountainous province in the North of Vietnam in which the Vietnam-China border extends more than 274km long. The province is also the source of Lo River flowing into Vietnam, contiguous to China to the north with international border gate Thanh Thuy. Southern of Ha Giang is Tuyen Quang; eastern is Cao Bang and Lao Cai to the West. Ha Giang is about 320km to the north of Hanoi, following Highway no. 2. ..Readmore

76 of 86 . Beach in Central Vietnam

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Beach in Central Vietnam

Once a bustling seaport, the diminutive town of Hoi An perches beside an indolent backwater, its narrow streets of wooden-fronted shophouses and weathered roofs making it an enticing destination. Inland, the war-battered ruins of My Son, the greatest of the Cham temple sites, lie mouldering in a steamy, forest-filled valley. Da Nang, just up the coast, lacks Hoi An’s charm, but good transport links make it a convenient base for the area. ..Readmore

77 of 86 . Rice terraces in Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang, Vietnam

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Rice terraces in Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang, Vietnam

Ha Giang is a province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. It is located in the far north of the country, and contains Vietnam's northernmost point. Ha Giang is a famous destination with many tourist attractions as follow. ..Readmore

78 of 86 . View from InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

79 of 86 . Hai Van pass

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Hai Van pass

The Hải Vân Pass (Vietnamese: Đèo Hải Vân, "ocean cloud pass"), is an approximately 21 km long mountain pass on National Route 1A in Vietnam. It traverses a spur of the larger Annamite Range that juts into the South China Sea, on the border of Đà Nẵng and Thừa Thiên–Huế Province, near Bạch Mã National Park. Its name refers to the mists that rise from the sea, reducing visibility. Historically, the pass was a physical division between the kingdoms of Champa and Đại Việt. ..Readmore

80 of 86 . Son Tra Peninsula in Danang

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Son Tra Peninsula in Danang

Son Tra Peninsula is fun, interesting and adventurous! Still largely covered with dense rainforest it gives a home to the rare Red Shanked Doucs. A primate which is a common find up in the trees of the Son Tra Jungle but elsewhere in South East Asia quite difficult to spot. Son Tra is a perfect Get-a-way from Danang City exploring the narrow jungle roads by motorbike or hike through the Jungle in search for some exclusive wildlife. ..Readmore

82 of 86 . The Da Lat Cathedral

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The Da Lat Cathedral

In Da Lat city we can find the Christian Cathedral in honor to Saint Nicholas (Nhà thờ chinh toa), built by the French colonists during the first half of the 20th century. With a height of 47 meters, this French building is visible from almost any point in the city of Da Lat. As a curiosity we will say that the Vietnamese call this Cathedral Cathedral of the chicken, by the way in which the building campaign. ..Readmore

83 of 86 . Kayaking in Lan Ha Bay

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Kayaking in Lan Ha Bay

Sailing through Ha Long Bay is not only a fascinating experience, but is an adventure as well. Our sail boats take you to remote parts of the Bay and ensure you experience its tranquility away from the crowds of other tourist boats. Setting sail, lounging on the deck and having a quiet beer, while we take you to lagoons, untouched beaches, and amazing caves - what could be better? If needed, our sail boats are equipped with motors to take you anywhere, even on still days. ..Readmore

84 of 86 . Cat Co beach in Cat Ba Island

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Cat Co beach in Cat Ba Island

Visiting the large beach of Cat Co, which is separated by a small range of mountain, you can swim in the blue and warm water, so clear that you can see the golden sand bneath. ..Readmore

85 of 86 . Van Gia floating fishing village in Cat Ba Island

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Van Gia floating fishing village in Cat Ba Island

Located in the Hung Thang Commune, Van Gia fishing village is roughly 20 km from the mainland. Positioned in a calm bay surrounded by mountains, this one of a kind floating village hosts a population of almost 800 and contains about 180 households and buildings. Most families make their living from fishing or small business and you get to experience their way of life, culture and customs. Visit a floating school and be delighted at the looks on the kid’s faces as they paddle their way to class. ..Readmore

86 of 86 . Ceramic decorating in Bat Trang

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Ceramic decorating in Bat Trang

On the left bank of Hong river and about 10 km from Hanoi in East (in Gia Lam District, Hanoi), there situated a pottery village, which is the most famous and long-standing pottery village in Vietnam for its name of Bat Trang. Up to present, Ba Trang Pottery Village has still been operating and developing ceaselessly. According to a legend, the village was first called as Bach Tho Phuong before its name was changed into Bat Trang Phuong. People in the village remember in their memory that the place of their origin Bo Bat Village (or called Bach Bat Village), Yen Mo District, Ninh Binh Province. ..Readmore