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.

Located in Muong Phang commune, Dien Bien district, the position of Pa Khoang lake is very convenient, near the road 279, about 20 km from Dien Bien Phu city, linking Dien Bien Phu city with Muong Phang historical and cultural forest where the relics of the Command of Dien Bien Phu compaign remains.

Lak Lake is touted as one of the must-visit sightseeing spots in the Central Highlands in general and in Daklak Province in particular where tourists can take a glimpse into the unique cultural life of local ethnic communities, savor appetizing specialties and experience the fantastic gong culture which has been recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO.

Located 80 kilometres from the mainland, Quang Ninh province’s Co To island, a rough pearl in the Gulf of Tonkin with turquoise sea and tranquil beaches, has grown in popularity among domestic and international visitors.

Hung Yen province, 60 km southeast of Hanoi, embraces a rich culture and age-old history with many relics and heritages. It’s also famous for specialties – longan, lotus seeds, honey, and rice noodle. In the 16th and 17thcentury, the province contained was a busy port.

Pho Hien, a historical site in Hung Yen Province, was a famous merchant port in Vietnam and a small historic town on the banks of the Red River.

Tam Dao Tourist Area, just 70 kilometers north west of Hanoi and about 25 kilometers from Vinh Yen City in Vinh Phuc Province, was originally built by the French as a hill station to escape from the oppressive humidity of Hanoi.

The chances of seeing in a tiger in Vietnam are slight. There may be tiger and leopard in Bach Ma Notional Park but it is some time since there have been any sightings. The Park is a great place for hiking and travellers who come on a holiday to Vietnam can certainly enjoy the fresh air and natural environment if they spend some time in this Park in Central Vietnam.

Trang Tien ice cream is well known for its special flavour, which a countless number of Hanoi generations have a passion for. Visitors who have an opportunity to visit Hanoi and enjoy Trang Tien ice cream will not forget the distinctive feature of Hanoi’s culinary culture of standing and eating ice-cream.

Everyone at Hanoi’s humble Cafe Giang however, is after something more than just a caffeine fix. They’ve come for “cà phê trúng,” or egg coffee, a Hanoi specialty in which a creamy soft, meringue-like egg white foam is perched on dense Vietnamese coffee. While venues across the city now serve it, this cafe claims to have invented it.