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Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant

Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant was built in Hoa Binh Lake in Hoa Binh province on Da River. It is the largest hydropower project in Vietnam and Southeast Asia as well. Building Process 1979: Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant was started constructing. 1983: Da River was blocked first times 1986: Da River was blocked second times 1988: […]

Promoting Vietnam’s tourism on TVB channel

VietNamNet Bridge – Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has agreed with the Vietnam Aviation Corporation, the Vietnam National Trade Fair and Advertising Company (Vinexad) to promote Vietnam’s tourism on TVB Channel (Hong Kong-China). While staying in Vietnam from February 19 to March 12, the TVB delegation will visit Ho Chi […]

Hoa Binh Overview

Hoa Binh is one of Vietnam’s mountainous province. It borders Phu Tho province to the north, Ha Nam and Ninh Binh province to the south, and Hanoi city to the east. Hoa Binh’s natural area is 4662.5 sq km, accounting for 1.41% of total natural area of Vietnam. Topography Hoa Binh’s Topography is divided into […]

Vung Tau’s Transportations

Coach Traveling from Ho Chi Minh City to Vung Tau, there are some high quality coaches such as: Hoang Son coach Address: Cong Doan hotel, No 2 Tran Hung Dao stress. It serves with three trips daily. Hoang Mai coach It takes 2 hours to go Vung Tau city. Ticket price is VND 35.000. – […]

Vung Tau Overview

Vung Tau is a city in southern Vietnam. The city’s area is 177.663 sq km and population is about 242.280 people. It has coastline of 48.1 km in length. Vung Tau is a peninsula, including 13 wards and a commune Long Son. Vung Tau city is the largest oil and gas center in Vietnam.  Petroleum […]

Can Tho’s Transportations

Air Can Tho Airport is the largest airport in the Mekong Delta area. The airport has now completed and was officially put into operation in January 2009.  In 2011, those international standards routs were opened   by Can Tho Airport in the region and will gradually expand to other countries in the coming future. Presently, routes […]

Can Tho Overview

Can Tho, the name of which originates from “Cam Thi Giang” – river of poems, is one of Vietnam’s biggest cities. The city is located in the heart of the Mekong delta, between a network of rivers and canals. It has borders with5 provinces: An Giang on the north, Dong Thap on the north-east, Hau […]

Quy Nhon Overview

Qui Nhon city is well known for its beautiful surroundings, Cham temples, and long beaches. The city is an ideal place for those who want to break up a journey between Nha Trang and Hoi An. The city has great potential for economic growth. It is recognized as a first-grade city with a geo-economic priority […]

Quy Nhon’s Transportations

Roads Quy Nhon city has National Highways No 1A and 19. National Highway 1A 118km in length goes through the city.  The Highway 19 connects Binh Dinh province with the Central Highlands, Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia. The city’s roads are covered with cement or asphalt concrete. Railways The Thong Nhat Express Train runs from […]

Chau Doc Overview

Chau Doc is a border town with natural area of 104.7 km2 located in the southwest of country. The town is situated 250 km to the west of Ho Chi Minh City. It takes about six hours to travel by bus from Hồ Chí Minh City to get there Its current population is about more than […]

Sapa’s Transportations

Although Sapa is a district in Lao Cai province in northwest Vietnam, it is quite convenient to travel there. There are some kinds of transportations that you can take to travel from Hanoi to Sapa and returns. Automobile 354 km away far from Hanoi, there are many trips car come to Sapa province. From Hanoi […]

Sa Pa Love Market

Sa Pa Love Market is a cultural feature of the H’s Mong, Dao in the northern mountain provinces of Lao Cai, Ha Giang and Son La. Due to far distances, the markets usually take place once a week on Sunday morning. From the night before the market day(usually on Saturday), young people in the remote […]