VOV.VN - A number of epic photos taken from above which highlight the diverse range of landscapes that Vietnam has to offer are being featured in the US magazine National Geographic.
A photograph taken in a traditional soy sauce producing village in Hung Yen Province has been featured on National Geographic's Instagram account.
Of the nearly 22,000 photos under the theme "impressive adventure", National Geographic magazine has selected the six best photos, including the photos of Son Doong cave and Sang Ma Sao terrace fields in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The Tran Quoc pagoda in Hanoi and Buu Long pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City have been named among the world’s most beautiful Buddhist monuments, as announced by the renowned magazine National Geographic.
Vietnam’s Hoang Lien Son mountain range has been selected on a list of the world’s 28 most exciting destinations in 2019 by the renowned National Geographic magazine, based on votes from its travel editors and explorers.
US-based National Geographic's listing of best travel spots for 2019 includes Vietnam's Hoang Lien Son mountain range.
Sa Pa in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has become increasingly attractive to visitors in recent years, making it important for those who love the pristine beauty of the town to find a place where they can breathe in the fresh air, dive into the green jungle, gaze over the vast paddy fields and experience ethnic culture.
Sa Pa in Vietnam's northern province of Lao Cai has become more touristy in recent years, so it is important for those who love the pristine beauty of the town to find a place where they can breath in the fresh air, dive into the green jungle, gaze over the vast paddy fields and experience ethnic culture.
People in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang have had the opportunity to witness the magnificent Son Doong Cave through virtual reality glasses.
VOV.VN - Situated at Topas Ecolodge resort in Sapa, which National Geographic lists among ‘21 places to stay if you care about the planet’, the swimming pool with a view to Hoang Lien Son mountains lies on the highest altitude in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - National Geographic has listed Topas Ecolodge No 1 on its list of “21 places to stay if you care about the planet”.
VOV.VN - French photographer Réhahn Croquevielle travelled to 32 countries but then settled in Vietnam because, he says, this place has brought him endless inspiration.
(VOV) - Photos featuring Vietnam’s land, people and tourism have been cited by world press and magazines in 2015. Let’s review photographs wining international awards.
During the last two years, French photographer Rehahn C has spent a lot of time traveling to remote areas in Vietnam to capture photos depicting ethnic culture which he said “is fading away so fast.”
(VOV) -National Geographic is world-famous for presenting audiences with spellbinding images and each year the publication makes a call to the public to share snaps of their own.
(VOV) -A photo on terraced paddy fields in Vietnam has entered the Your Shot photo contest launched by world-famous website National Geographic. If selected, the photo will appear on the magazine’s cover in December and January issues.
Over the past 25 years,American Catherine Karnow has visited Vietnam many times to portray the life and people of the country, where she finds peace, warmth and happiness.
Many world-famous websites such as National Geographic and Telegraph have published stunning pictures of Vietnam’s Son Doong, the world’s largest cave.
(VOV) -The video clip titled “Ninety days in ninety seconds- Life on the Mekong River” produced by National Geographic photographer, David Guttendelder and uploaded to Youtube on May 6 has attracted more than 3,000 views.
(VOV) - National Geographic photographer Catherine Karnow has shared some of her favourite photographs from a recent assignment in Vietnam.