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Vietnam’s unique markets

Aside from the usual markets, some markets in Vietnam dedicated to unique commodities including insects, rats and gems.

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How to prepare for exploring world’s largest cave in Vietnam

A tour to Son Doong, the new gem among Southeast Asian jungles and arguably the top choice for adventure seekers coming to Vietnam these days, needs a lot of exercises and costs US$3,000 for a week.

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Visit Ha Long Bay of the hills

With its gigantic landscape and precious natural resources, Na Hang Eco-Tourism Zone in the highland district of the northern province of Tuyen Quang has become a popular tourism destination.

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Lang Biang recognized as world biosphere reserve by UNESCO

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on June 9 recognised Lang Biang plateau in Vietnam’s Central Highlands province of Lam Dong as a world biosphere reserve.

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Largest terra-cotta park inaugurated in Quang Nam

Thanh Ha Park, the country’s largest terra cotta park in the ancient town of Hoi An in Quang Nam Province, has been put into operation.

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Ben En home to many rare species

The Ben En National Park, one of the most relaxing parks in northern Vietnam, is home to valuable and rare species of animals and birds, such as red wolf, black gibbon, great hornbill, gayal, tibetan bear, red-face monkey, elephant,

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Thousand-year old cave gives Cao Bang a splendid beauty

Northern Cao Bang province is home to many tourist attractions like Ban Gioc fall, Pac Bo historical site, and particularly Nguom Ngao cave.

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The rice fields under the mountains in the suburban area in My Duc District, Hanoi have been ready for the harvest season.

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The Cai Rang Floating Market in Can Tho Province has become busy again after the social distancing rules ended.

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Hanoi streets have been colourfully decorated for the coming Reunification Day.

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Hanoi streets have been brightened up as sua flowers or Dalbergia tonkinensis started blooming in late February.

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Cu Da Village in Hanoi is known for its many old houses and pagodas built in the 17th century but many of the houses in the village are deteriorating.

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Hanoi streets have been colourfully decorated to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam on February 3.

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