Paradise Cave – The Longest Cave in Asia

Deep in the national park, surrounded by forest and karst peaks, this remarkable cave system extends for 31km, though most people only visit the first kilometre or so. Once you’re inside, the sheer scale of Paradise Cave is truly breathtaking, as wooden staircases...

A O Show Saigon

À Ố Show is a new kind of art performance commonly acknowledged globally as [new circus]. The show surpasses all the limits that was previously constructed by many other art shows in Vietnam over the years. Audience is offered the opportunity to let loose their...

Small floral corner in town

HCMC, the biggest city in Viet Nam, is famous for its dense population, heavy traffic, and bustling life. However, there exists a lovely flower market named Ho Thi Ky in a small corner of the city.  Located on Ho Thi Ky Street in District 10, Ho Thi Ky flower market...

“Che” – Vietnamese Sweetened Porridge

“Che” is a Vietnamese word that refers to any traditional Vietnamese thick, sweet dessert soup or sweetened porridge. Sweetened porridge is a kind of sugary flavored protein rich beverage.  As such, it may, with the addition of qualifying adjectives, refer to a...

Dong Ho folk paintings- national cultural heritage

Dong Ho folk paintings are popular with most Vietnamese people, but especially those in the Red River region. Dong Ho folk paintings are not just decorative, they convey lessons about morality.  The craft of Dong Ho folk paintings in Song Ho commune, Bac Ninh province...

Cai Luong (renovated opera)

Cai Luong (Renovated Opera) appeared in the southern part of Vietnam in the 1920s. This relatively modern form combines drama, modeled after French comedy, and singing. Scenes are elaborate and are changed frequently throughout the play. Cai luong is similar to the...