Insects including crickets, worms and locusts have always been favorite ingredients in the cuisine of Muong people in Thanh Hoa province.
(Cinet)- Not bursting with visitors yet surprisingly interesting – these private museums are hidden treasures that arts and culture lovers do not want to miss in Vietnam.
(Cinet) - Located in Vĩnh Lộc District, Thanh Hóa Province, Hồ Citadel was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage Site on 2011. Considered as the only stone citadel remaining in Southeast Asia and one of the few remaining in the world.
(Cinet) - When the weather gets cold and wet, it is a perfect time for Muong people to start their favorite bamboo worms collecting.
(Cinet)- On the morning of April 07, Thanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee officially organized the honouring ceremony of Ba Trieu temple as special relic certificate.
(Cinet)- Thanh Hoa is a large province of Central Vietnam. It borders Ninh Binh to the north and Nghe An to the south. It also borders Laos to the west, and the Gulf of Bac Bo (Tonkin) to the east.