Vietnam’s tourist attractions continue winning the hearts of travel lovers across the globe as evidenced with Non Nuoc Cao Bang Geopark in the northern border province of Cao Bang being recently named among the 50 best views in the world by US news site Insider.
(Cinet)- The Black Lolo is one of the two subgroups of the Lolo, a minority group of over 4,200 in Vietnam. Living in small villages in a remote area of Cao Bang Province, the Black Lolo and their fashion remain strongly connected to their origin.
(Cinet)-Ban Gioc Waterfall in Viet Nam’s northern Cao Bang province has been listed among the world’s 15 most amazing waterfalls in the world.
(Cinet)- Tay women usually use cotton fabric dyed with indigo; therefore the major color of their garments is indigo. Women also wear khan mỏ quạ (a type of headdress that mounts on top of the hair when being worn), five-flapped dresses with belts and silver accessories, such as necklaces and bracelets
Cao Bang situated in the Northeast of Vietnam is the land of rich revolutionary traditions of Vietnamese people. The province marks resounding victories of the people of Vietnam. Every place, every forest, every road here seems associated with the development of Vietnam's revolutionary history and the life of President Ho Chi Minh in the early stages of the war.See more