Vietnam’s list of tourism hotspots refusing visitors is expanding as the country’s Covid-19 epidemic has intensified since last Friday.
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35-meter-tall waterfall, a hidden charm in Quang Tricanomi
Trang Ta Puong Waterfall in Quang Tri Province, central Vietnam exudes an unspoilt beauty unknown to most.
The White Palace where the King of Nguyen Dynasty was once confinedcanomi
The White Palace in Vung Tau Town was where King Thanh Thai, the 10th ruler of the Nguyen Dynasty, was once confined.
Small Island nets pioneer of hospitalitycanomi
Fresh out of college with no capital, Dang Van Sam announced his move to Dao Be (Small Island) in Quang Ngai Province, central Vietnam to start a career in tourism.
Jacaranda flowers add charm to Vietnam’s ‘Little Paris’canomi
Da Lat is tickled purple as jacaranda flowers bloom all over the Central Highlands resort town.
Pagoda in Central Highlands blends Japanese, Chinese architectural finerycanomi
Minh Thanh Pagoda in Gia Lai Province is best known for its ancient beauty, offering a fused architecture of Japanese and Chinese craftsmanship.
Vietnam to crack down on discrimination against foreigners to protect tourism imagecanomi
The government is worried about the increasing discrimination against foreigners by tourism establishments because of coronavirus fears and asked for a crackdown on it.
Gia Lai, little known gem of Central Highlandscanomi
Lakes, waterfalls and an inactive volcano count among the hidden charms of lesser-known Central Highlands destination Gia Lai.
Go nuts at this homestay in Vinh Longcanomi
A homestay in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long is distinctive with its structure, interiors and décor all made of coconut wood.
Hanoi streets adorned with Ban flowers in full bloomcanomi
With Ban blossoms coming into full bloom around mid-March, the streets of Hanoi are starting to become coloured by the delicate pink flowers which are reminiscent of orchids.