Small family-run home decoration shops in Saigon, the old name of Ho Chi Minh City, have emerged as captivating spots for décor lovers with abundant collections, ranging from kitchen accessories and utensils to home and office ornaments.
Residents in the northern Vietnamese provinces of Lai Chau and Ha Giang are trying their best to help one another rebuild their lives after floods took a heavy toll on the two localities last month.
Many sewers along the streets in Ho Chi Minh City have their entrances blocked by garbage on a regular basis, negatively impacting urban esthetics and the environment while helping cause serious flooding.
While all international football betting activities remain illegal in Vietnam as of today, informal sportsbooks are mushrooming on city streets to cater to the ‘betting thirst’ of locals during the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Residents in Hanoi are taking all measures possible to withstand the scorching weather brought about by a new heat wave that began on Sunday.
A young Vietnamese has constantly kept his pencil busy during the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup, drawing more than a dozen charismatic portraits of his favorite stars at football’s biggest competition.
Many foreigners have gathered at night in restaurants and on the sidewalk of a famous hubbub-filled street in Ho Chi Minh City to share their enjoyment and even disappointment during 2018 FIFA World Cup matches.
Locals who pick up sau, a typical fruit of Hanoi, for sale to earn a living will not start their daily ‘harvest’ until the sun goes down.
Many students in Da Nang held an exhibition featuring disposable plastic products in the form of aquatic animals on Saturday and Sunday, hoping to spread the message of the negative influence of plastic on the global marine ecosystem.
An enormous amount of ash is not being dealt with at a thermal power plant complex central to Vietnam’s energy needs, while several related problems at the plant remain unsolved.
Twenty-six out of 28 houses at a village in the northern Vietnamese province of Lai Chau are buried under dirt and rocks following landslide which struck the area before dawn on Wednesday.
Despite the sweltering weather in Hanoi these days, many young people still flock to lotus ponds surrounding the capital city’s iconic Ho Tay (West Lake) to pose for Instgram-ready photos with a sea of blooming flowers.
Thirty-nine disabled couples have been given the opportunity to shine at their dream wedding ceremony in Hanoi.
Vietnamese photographer Thai Phien has finally been able to introduce his proud collection of nude photos to a wider public through an ongoing exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City, after several years of careful preparation despite regulatory hindrances.
Eight years since construction started on the development of Ho Chi Minh City’s first metro line, its completion date remains uncertain, with city officials blaming bureaucratic red tape for dogging the project.