Week 48, 2019: Lifestyle Vietnam
Stunning, pristine landscapes, coupled with white sand beaches have made Kien Hai island district in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang an irresistible tourist destination. Kien Hai consists of 23 big and small islands, 11 of which are inhabited. In total, land on the archipelago covers 2,460 hectares.
When it comes to Hue, people often think about imperial palaces, royal tombs and French-influenced heritage sites, but Chuon Lagoon is a place absolutely not-to-be-missed, many would argue. The 100-hectare lagoon is part of the Tam Giang brackish water lagoon system in the central province of Thua Thien – Hue, home to Hue, the seat of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), Vietnam's last royal family.
Vietnam has joined global and regionalcooperative mechanisms to battle plastic waste - a big headache for the wholeworld. However, every effort must begin with raising public awareness ofplastic footprint.
We’d started the trip by stopping at a com pho shop somewhere along the road from Hanoi to the city of Tuyen Quang.
CẦN THƠ A clean and unique beauty along with local hospitality has made Cồn Sơn, an islet in the southern city of Cần Thơ, one of the country's most attractive destinations for green community tourism.