Christ of Vung Tau

Christ of Vung Tau or Christ of the King is a statue of Jesus, located on Nho Mountain. This is indispensable in your itinerary when traveling to Vung Tau, because of the exciting sense of conquest in this vibrant coastal city. Address: Located in Thuy Van, Ward 2, Vung Tau City, Ba Ria – Vung […]


For who has been to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city) for the first time, when talking about the center, what people think of right in their mind will be District 1 with Ben Thanh Market, Notre Dame Cathedral, War Museum, Independence Palace, Bitexco Tower or streets with sparkling lights at night. But for those who […]

What to eat when travelling to Tay Ninh

Tay Ninh is a dry and hot region, located in southwestern Vietnam. It’s famous for being the home of the Cao Dai religion and many unique specialties that you should try at least 1 time when coming here.  What specialties does Tay Ninh have? 1. Salt shrimp Tay Ninh is not a coastal province or […]

Dau Tieng Reservoir

As the “largest” artificial lake in Vietnam, Dau Tieng Lake not only has an important role in irrigation as water regulation for the Saigon River but also is a tourist sport attracting many tourists to Tay Ninh. Overview of Dau Tieng reservoir The lake is located 25km from Tay Ninh, 70km north of Hochiminh, on […]

Golden Scorpion Ecotourism

Dong Nai has recently emerged as an ideal weekend getaway, an eco-tourism resort with many outside activities. This is the place chosen by many people when looking for a place to immerse themselves in the vast space of nature. And it’s Bo Cap Vang Ecotourism or Golden Scorpion Ecotourism. How to reach the Golden Scorpion ecological tourist area? […]

Giac Lam Pagoda

Giac Lam pagoda is located on the land at 565 Lac Long Quan Street, Tan Binh District. It’s also known as Son Can or Cam Dien. This is one of the oldest temples in Ho Chi Minh City which built-in 1744 by Mr. Ly Thuy Long, a native of Minh Huong, under the reign of […]

Hung King Temple

Located next to the main gate in the area of ​​Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden is an ancient architecture resembling the Hue mausoleum temple. The temple was built between 1927 – 1929 under the name Temple du Souvenir Annamite to honor the Vietnamese soldiers who fought and died for France in World War I (1914 […]

Tan Xa Palace – The Saigon’s Oldest House

Located on the campus of the Archbishop’s Palace (180 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City), there is an old house hidden in many adjacent high-rise zones. The house was built by Emperor Nguyen Anh for Pierre Joseph Georges Pigneau, a French Catholic priest, also known as Pierre Pigneaux or Ba Da […]

Saigon Opera House – Part 2: RESTORED TO ORIGIN

As our Page shared in part 1 of the series about Saigon Opera House, the original Theater was decorated with a lot of reliefs and vivid statues like the Saigon City Hall but the 40s of the last century were removed to “improve, refresh style “to suit new artistic tastes. It was a great loss, […]

Saigon Opera House – Part 1: The Beauty buried through time

The Saigon Opera House as it is, we still see, is a hard work for the purpose of use as well as the decoration, subject to many fluctuations by the time, not peace with the original purpose. The theater was built by the French throughout Indochina, so it is true when we call it “the […]