Conquering legendary Ma Pi Leng Pass
The Happy Road was built by thousands of volunteers from the 16 ethnic groups of 8 provinces in the...
Conquering legendary Ma Pi Leng Pass

The Happy Road was built by thousands of volunteers from the 16 ethnic groups of 8 provinces in the Northern region in 6 years

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Vietnam terraced rice fields, one of the most beautiful scenes in the world

Rice terraces are slopes claimed from nature for cultivation in hilly or mountainous areas. Due to the steep feature, fertile soil thanks to it was created by weathered granite rock and mountain cliffs often stock water

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Centennial Ceremony in Ha Nam Island

The Centennial Ceremony, a celebration of the elders above the age of 80 and craft their names on the Tien Cong Temple in Hai Nam Island

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Ban Gioc Waterfall: An Illustrated Guide

Ban Gioc FallsBan Gioc Waterfall is one of Vietnam’s most impressive natural sights. Located in the northeastern province of Cao Bang, the falls are 30 metres high and 300 metres across, making Ban Gioc the widest – but not the highest – waterfall in the country

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Sex scene Carvings in Phu Lao Temple

Phu Dinh Temple is located in Dao My Commune, Lang Giang, Bac Giang province. The temple was built in Le Dynasty in 1688. The temple is valuable architectural historical artifact that had last more than 400 years

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The intact 300-year-old temple in Bac Giang

Located in Bac Giang province, Dinh Vuong Temple was constructed on a scale and broad textures. In spite of the age, nearly 300, the temple stays intact because the temple didn’t go through any restoration in the past.

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Ha Long Bay

UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ha Long Bay is both mystical and magnificent, an incredible feat of nature that almost never fails to impress.

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An artful stone mason

Being a stonemason living in a village specialising in stone products, Mr Do Khac Duc, of Ninh Van village, Ninh Binh Province, 90 km south of Hanoi, decided to build a beautiful stone house for himself

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Trang An named Vietnam’s first UNESCO-recognized mixed heritage

Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex in Ninh Binh Province in northern Vietnam has just been inscribed in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)’s World Heritage List, being the country’s first site to be acknowledged as a mixed natural and cultural property.

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