On this day, November 24, 1968, daily life began much as it had for some time. Villagers, accustomed to bombs and rocket attacks in the region, had long sought refuge […]
Hanoi’s Train Street: twice a day a speeding train passes only inches from the homes of this residential neighborhood.
Between Le Duan and Kham Tien street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Vietnam, arounds 3 p.m. and 7 p.m every day, a train hurtles through a series of narrow streets in […]
Even though it sounds incredibile, the Vietnamese province of An Giang, in the Mekong Delta, is less known for its wonderful natural attractions than for the giant loaves of bread […]
…and the water covers the entire surface of the floor! This is not science-fiction. The Koi bars are a typical tourist attraction in Vietnam, and its peculiarity is that you […]