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Red Dao wedding ceremony

Last update 14:56 | 17/04/2017 –  vietnamnet

The Red Dao ethnic community in the northern province of Lao Cai has a rich culture. Their wedding ceremony is among these cultural features.

A Dan Tri reporter recently attended the wedding ceremony of bride Tan U May and groom Tan A Hin in Pho Village, Ban Quam Commune. The event lasted for two days with most of the activities held at the groom’s family.

On the first day of the wedding, the bride’s family came to the groom’s house. The bride wore the Red Dao ethnic people’s traditional clothes

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APEC seeks to promote sustainable tourism development

Last update 09:35 | 20/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

Encouraging the participation of local people is part of the measures to promote sustainable tourism development. The issue was put on table at an APEC high level policy dialogue in northern Quang Ninh province on June 19.

According to United Nations World Tourism Organisation, tourism in many developing and least developed countries is the most viable and sustainable economic development option.

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A glance at Tay Ninh, the capital of Caodaism

Last update 10:23 | 20/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

 Founded in 1926 in Tay Ninh province, the Caodaism worships the Divine Eye, known as the eye of heaven and a symbol of its supreme being. It is now the third largest religion in Vietnam.

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The Tay Ninh Holy See, the centre of Caodaism in Vietnam, was completed in 1947, covering an area of more than one sq.km with twelve gates.


The Tay Ninh Holy See has unique architecture ​that combines various religious styles – Buddhism, Christianity, Muslim, Confucianism, Hindu and more.

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Co Loa – the oldest citadel in Vietnam

Last update 09:53 | 11/04/2017 –  vietnamnet

VietNamNet Bridge – Co Loa Citadel was built near Phong Khe, about 20 km to the north of today’s Hanoi, during the end of the Hong Bang Dynasty (about 257 BCE). The fortress is a spiral-shaped complex of the then new capital. The site was the source of various relics of the Dong Son culture of the Bronze Age.

According to folklore, An Duong Vuong defeated the last of the Hung Kings in 257 BCE and founded the kingdom of Au Lac, choosing the site of Co Loa as his capital.

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Best places to enjoy watching butterflies in Vietnam

Last update 17:07 | 13/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

Tourists will have an opportunity to get a better view of colourful butterflies this summer in many forests in Vietnam, such as Cuc Phuong, Nam Cat Tien and other National Parks.

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Tam Dao National Park in the northern province of Vinh Phuc

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Ba Be lake in Nam Mau commune, Ba Be district, Bac Kan province, about 230km north of Hanoi.

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Journey through the Largest Cave in the World: Son Doong – National Geographic

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Nha Trang nature reserve may be operated by private firm

Last update 17:01 | 12/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

The central province of Khanh Hoa is considering allowing a local private firm to preserve and operate its Hon Mun Nature Reserve, one of the most famous tourist destinations in the province.

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Tourists in Hon Mun 

Earlier in February this year, the provincial people’s committee agreed on Hon Tam Nha Trang Sea JS Company’s proposal to manage Hon Mun Nature Reserve. The company would also provide eco-tourism tours.

The company has co-operated with Australia’s Reef Ecologic to survey the condition of the reserve.

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An Giang: Life in border land

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Last update 10:56 | 04/04/2017 –  Vietnamnet

The Mekong Delta province of An Giang, which shares a 104km borderline with Cambodia, is a land of bustling border trade and tourism, diverse culture and charming people.


A view of Chau Doc city seen from Sam mountain


Khmer people celebrate the Vietnamese traditional Tet

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Ho Dynasty Citadel – a stone wonder

Last update 18:45 | 09/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

The Ho Dynasty Citadel was Vietnam’s capital under the Ho Dynasty (1398-1407). Located in Vinh Loc district, it is the only citadel in Vietnam built entirely of stones and remained nearly intact.


The citadel has four gates placed following the cardinal points. In the photo is the Tien gate, facing south. It consists of three entrances, each is 9.5 m tall and 15.17 m wide.


An excavation in the southern gate unearthed a bluestone road connecting the entrance with the Nam Giao worship area. The inner road was considered the most intact among roads from the feudal period found in Vietnam.

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Bình minh trên nhà thờ đổ Nam Định – Say đắm bức tranh thiên nhiên bình yên ở vùng đất Hải Hậu

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Dù hoang tàn, nhà thờ đổ thuộc xã Văn Lý, huyện Hải Hậu vẫn thu hút nhiều du khách và tay máy nhờ sự hội tụ của trời biển, nắng gió và cát trắng.

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Nằm ở xã Hải Lý, huyện Hải Hậu, nhà thờ bị bỏ hoang từ năm 1996 và trở thành một điểm tham quan hút khách ở Nam Định. Trước đây, nơi này là một quần thể nhiều nhà thờ lớn nhỏ, nhưng bị nước biển xâm lấn. Tới giờ, chỉ còn một nhà thờ đổ nát giữa khung cảnh hoang vu.

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Đến đây, du khách còn được ngắm nhìn cảnh sinh hoạt thường ngày thú vị của những ngư dân vùng biển. Khi mặt trời chưa lên, cả vùng trời nhuộm một màu tím hồng, những con sóng vỗ nhẹ mơn man

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Hanoi Cathedral over three centuries

Last update 11:11 | 21/03/2017 –  vietnamnet

Hanoi Cathedral, one of the first Western architecture works in Hanoi, is the oldest church that has witnessed changes of the capital city over the past three centuries.


The church is on Nha Chung street, five-minute walk from Hoan Kiem Lake


The iron cross-pattern fence surrounds the church

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Ancient villages in central Vietnam

Last update 11:28 | 04/05/2017 — vietnamnet

 While Duong Lam and Uoc Le villages symbolize the northern plains’ ancient architecture, Phuoc Tich and Tuy Loan reflect cultural characteristics of the central region.

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The ancient village of Phuoc Tich in a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere.

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The village had been famous for ceramic production. Pictured are some antique water jars produced in Phuoc Tich.

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Two beaches of VN among top 16 most beautiful beaches in Asia

Last update 16:05 | 29/03/2017 –  vietnamnet

VietNamNet Bridge – The Telegraph has selected the top 16 most beautiful beaches in Asia, including the Long Beach and Ha My Beach in Vietnam.

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Located on Phu Quoc island, the Long Beach offers mile after deserted mile, a backdrop of tropical forests and mountains, swaying coconut palms and spectacular sunsets, according to the website. “This is what many of Asia’s finest beaches were like before they were discovered”, says Telegraph.

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Ha My beach, located in Hoi An ancient town, has a wonderful view looking out to the Cham Island.

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