Thi Tuong Lagoon - Best Sunset Spot of Southernmost Vietnam

Thi Tuong Lagoon - Best Sunset Spot of Southernmost Vietnam

No greater feeling can compare to chasing sunset at this southern oasis.
Youths of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia Tighten Friendship and Solidarity

Youths of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia Tighten Friendship and Solidarity

Young outstanding delegates of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia participated in a youth friendship programme, taking place in Vietnam’s southern Binh Duong province .
Mekong Delta attractive for renewable energy investment

Mekong Delta attractive for renewable energy investment

The Mekong Delta has great advantages to develop the renewable energy sector, including wind, solar, biomass and gas thermal power, according to experts.
Boat-racing festival, a traditional cultural feature of Mekong Delta

Boat-racing festival, a traditional cultural feature of Mekong Delta

Boat race, an indispensable part of the Ok-Om-Bok Festival in Soc Trang Province highlights the traditional values of Khmer people.
Tra On floating market, enduring cultural trait of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

Tra On floating market, enduring cultural trait of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

Tra On floating market is one of the most unique tourist destinations in the Mekong River Delta that should not be missed.
Bang Lang Stork Garden, the largest bird sanctuary in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

Bang Lang Stork Garden, the largest bird sanctuary in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

As one of the largest bird sanctuaries in the Mekong Delta, Bang Lang Stork Garden is an ecotourism destination that should not be missed for nature-lovers.
Vietnam works towards solutions to revive Mekong River Delta tourism

Vietnam works towards solutions to revive Mekong River Delta tourism

Vietnam has successfully controlled the COVID-19 pandemic and turned domestic tourism to the normalcy with series of localities nationwide reopened to welcome tourists including the Mekong River Delta.  
The horn shell in Mekong River Delta

The horn shell in Mekong River Delta

The horn shell, also known as the mud creeper, are commonly found in mangrove forests. These are found on tree trunks, feeding on algae or organic detritus.
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