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Vietnam welcomes 1.15 million foreign visitors in the first three months

Vietnam received more than 1.15 million foreign visitors in the first quarter of the year, representing a year-on-year increase of 12%, reported the General Statistic Office (GSO). In March only, as many as 475,000 holidaymakers came to Vietnam, up 5% over the same period last year. China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the US, Taiwan […]

Hai Phong Overview

Hai Phong city has an area of 1,520.7 km ² with population 1,837,302 people (according to the statistics in 2009). The city has many districts as Hong Bang, Ngo Quyen, Le Chan, Kien An, Hai An, Duong Kinh and Do Son. There are some ethnic groups such as Kinh, Hoa, Tay, Nung, etc. The Kinh […]

Ha Tinh Climate

Ha Tinh Province is located in the tropical monsoon region. The province is influenced by climatic transition of The North and South with typical tropical climate of The South, so the weather is extreme. Ha Tinh province’s climate is divided into two seasons: dry and rainy season. The average temperature between winter and summer is […]

Ha Tinh Overview

Ha Tinh province stretches from 17°54′ to 18°50′ North latitude and from 103°48′ to 108°00′ East longitude. It borders Nghe An province to the North, Quang Binh province to the South, Laos to the West, and the East Sea to the East. It is about 340 km from the province to Hanoi capital. High mountains […]

An Giang Transportations

An Giang province has convenient land and water transport systems. The province has traffic hubs with Ca Mau, Can Tho City, Ho Chi Minh City, Rach Gia and a number of other places in the Mekong Delta. Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, is 190 kilometres to the southwest of Ho Chi Minh; […]

An Giang Overview

An Giang province is located in the west of the Mekong Delta. It shares 100km with Cambodia to the north- west, Kien Giang province to the west, Can Tho city to the south and Dong Thap to the east.  An Giang’s area is 2.194 km2 (in 2003) with population 3.406,2 people. The province has many […]

An Giang Weather

An Giang province is influenced by two monsoons: Southwest and Northeast monsoons. The Southwest monsoon is cool and the wet, therefore causes rain. The Northeast monsoon is from China’s tropical sea so the temperature is higher than the temperate in Siberia’s ice and snow area. The Clouds The cloud amount is relatively low, so the […]

Sam Mountain

Travelling about 60 km to the West of An Giang province, there is one of the most- visit destinations named Sam Mountain Sam Mountain (241 m) is the highest mountain in the Mekong Delta. Under Nguyen King, the mountain belongs to Vinh Te commune, An Giang province. It is the last isolated mountains of  The […]

Vung Tau’s Climate

Vietnam country stretches from The North to The South, with Hai Van Pass in central; therefore the two areas’ climate are very different. While Hanoi’s weather is very cold, and people wear warm clothes, The Southern provinces namely Vung Tau has quite high temperature causing hot weather. Vung Tau’s sea is called hot one, tourists […]

Weather in Mai Chau

Mai Chau’s climate Mai Chau has long been a best destination for travelers in finding beauty. Visitors didn’t come to take advantage of the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding mountains, but rather the Mai Chau’s climate. The climate of Mai Chau, Hoa Binh is tropical monsoon. The average annual temperature is 18°C with a maximum […]

Hoa Binh Ethnic People

According to a survey in 1999, Hoa Binh province has 756,713 people. Province’s social workersis 452,000, accounting for 58.68% of the population there. The province has 30 ethnic groups, in which there are six ethnic minorities: Muong, Thai, Dao, Tay, Mong and Hoa.  The Muong (497,197) is the largest ethnic group in Hoa Binh, accounting […]

Transportations to Mai Chau

Hoa Binh province is a hub traffic connecting plain with the mountainous northwest provinces. Hoa Binh’s provincial road is 912.5 km in length, including 355.5 km of national roads and 134.2 km of provincial roads with inter-district and inter-communal roads. The important road in the province is the National Highway No. 6 through Luong Son, […]