How about traveling Cua Van Fishing Village to immerse in charming natural scenery and simple-minded local people? The romantic image of a fishing village deserves one of unforgettable experiences for on tourists’ journey to discover majestic Halong Bay.

Although Bui Vien pedestrian-only street in the backpacker’s area in District 1, HCMC has yet to be officially opened, thousands of local youths and foreign tourists still rushed to the area on two weekend nights to enjoy dining and entertainment services and witness the animated atmosphere of the street.

For the time being, it is familiar for a cafe with wifi network. However, there is a small cafe in Hanoi firmly say “no” to wifi with the aim of providing a truly “friend zone”.

Those wishing to get a feel of Western winter in the heart of HCM City should drop by Snow Town, an entertainment venue which has come into operation early this month in a new residential area in District 2.

Chuong (Bell) pagoda in Nhan Duc village, Hung Yen province, guards a number of precious historical relics. It is part of the Pho Hien Special National Relic Site.

Mekong Princess and Avalon Siem Reap, owned by Viet Princess Cruises Limited, are currently among the cruise fleets offering exquisite river excursion experiences to passengers fascinated by the idea of exploring the exceptional allure of the Mekong River.

The Red River, running through northern Vietnam, offers the chance to discover a rural way of life that has hardly changed for centuries. For those with one more day to spare in Hanoi, a cruise along the Red River is the perfect city escape. Pham Ha, CEO of Luxury Travel explores.

Legend has it that in a cataclysmic year, a gold bell on a raft floated down the river to the alluvial ground of Nhan Duc Hamlet.

Located in the Glar commune, Dak Doa district, about 20km from Pleiku city in Gia Lai province, hills carpeted with a vivid pink grass are attracting hundreds of visitors for photo opportunities in the stunning scenery.

Phu Do Village in Hanoi’s outlying district of Nam Tu Liem is famous for its 400-year-old craft of making fresh rice vermicelli. The village’s progenitor Ho Nguyen Tho was a native of Thanh Hoa province.