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Saigon Needs Proper Ports to Attract More Cruise Ships: Tour Agencies

Tour agencies in Saigon are calling for the municipal administration to construct more ports in the city to accommodate large cruise ships.

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[Video] This Majestic Montage of Vietnam's Landscapes Might Make You Weep

Just the right amount of moving music and majestic shots of nature to make your day better.

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Phu Quoc Restaurant Stirs Controversy With 'No Lying on Beach' Sign

A restaurant on Phu Quoc caused quite a stir online over the weekend thanks to its bizarre sign forbidding tourists from lying on the beach.

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[Photos] These Striking Drone Shots of Vietnam From Above Will Take Your Breath Away

A collection of drone photos submitted for a recent competition highlights Vietnam's stunning beauty from above.

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VietJet Now Offers Direct Flights From Hanoi to Yangon

After Jakarta, VietJet has added another Southeast Asian destination to its regional service.

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Tourists Will Soon Be Able to Ride Steam Locomotives From Hue to Da Nang

Train travel in central Vietnam is about to get more nostalgic.

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[Photos] Towering Brick Kilns in Vinh Long Form Mesmerizing 'Red Kingdom'

In the Mekong Delta, ancient clay deposits give rise to robust communities of terracotta roof tile and brick makers.

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[Photos] On the Early Morning Trail in Da Lat, Romance and Halcyon in the Mist

Vietnam is a country that rises early. Before the sun comes up, you’ll find street vendors hauling out their wares, elderly people exercising in the park and kids shuffling off to school.

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VietJet to Launch Saigon-Jakarta Route This December

Traveling to the Indonesian capital from Saigon will be cheaper in the near future.

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[Video] Stunning Travelogue Showcases the Poetic Intimacy of Hanoi

For newcomers to the city, Hanoi seems like a complete sensory overload.

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Tourism Businesses Are Trying to Clean up Vietnam

The sun already threatens to sap our energy even though it’s barely mid-morning on Thanh Da Island. Devoid of the tall buildings and claustrophobic blocks found downtown, this small patch of greenery and its residents would not be out of place in the Mekong Delta. On a lazy Sunday morning, pajama-clad women ride by on bicycles, men swap stories over coffee and cigarettes, and the road that runs through all this activity serves as a talking point for Thanh Da residents.

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