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Van Phuc Silk Village: World-Class Culture

When in Hanoi, it is almost always, if not indeed always, that tourists drop by Van Phuc Village to witness the town’s famous silk that is two thousand years old and is known for its world-class quality. Using simple and traditional technique yet sophisticated and unique designs, its silk products, sericulture and weaving sectors are […]

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Fansipan: Conquering the Roof of Indochina

Known as the Roof of Indochina because of its very high altitude of 3,143 meters, Fansipan is the tallest mountain in Indochina and a fast-growing tourist destination, especially among professional mountain climbers. Fansipan can be found in the Northern Province of Lao Cai, approximately nine kilometres from Sapa Town. It is part of the Hoang […]

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Roman Catholic Wooden Church: A Kon Tum Landmark

Kon Tum is an unassuming but historically significant place in the inland region of Central Highlands Vietnam because of its beautiful Roman Catholic wooden church which makes it a growing tourist destination through time.   Kon Tum is the capital town of the same name province in Vietnam. Its history is one of successive battles […]

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Truong Sa District Opens Its Own Marine Port Authority

As stipulated in Decision No. 568/ QD-CHHVN by the Director of the Ministry of Transport’s Vietnam Maritime Administration (VMA) on November 15 of this year, a representative office of the Nha Trang Maritime Port Authority will be established in Truong Sa Island District, Central Khanh Hoa Province. According to VMA Director Nguyen Nhat, the construction […]