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The Mu Cang Chai terraced rice fields in the northern province of Yen Bai, Vietnam, have been praised as one of the world’s top 20 colourful places by the New York-based magazine Conde Nast Traveler.
Decades after Vietnam broke free of its colonial chains, cathedrals built by the French have become Vietnamese cultural attractions.
Beef jerky salad is a delight on Hanoi’s culinary scene that originated from Chinese community during the French colonial era.
The nation’s rice granary, the Mekong Delta, presents its own spectacular vistas as the spring-summer harvest season gets underway.
Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi has been listed among the top 10 incredibly beautiful pagodas in the world by UK travel website wanderlust.co.uk.
The South China Morning Post includes Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay in its latest list of 10 most popular Asian attractions.
Vietnam is home to a vibrant collage of ethnic groups. There are 54 recognised ethnicities that filter into hundreds of subgroups. Wondering where to start? The best way to understand Vietnam’s ethnic makeup is through hands-on experiences. From mountain homestays to medicinal herbs, encounters with ethnic culture are a highlight of any trip to Vietnam. Here are five easy ways to get to know the Yao, Hmong, Tay, Bahnar, and Khmer ethnic groups.
The cheapest and one of the most delicious places to find cuisine in Viet Nam is in a traditional open-air market. Here, single-dish food stalls, run mostly by women, offer finely crafted dishes passed from mother to daughter for generations.
The fantastic view captures tourists' hearts on a trip to Ninh Binh.
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