In the North of Van Phong Bay, about 100 kilometers from Nha Trang City near Dam Mon Town, tourists can see many pristine beaches surrounded by dense forests and sand dunes.
A young man in Tuyen Quang Province in northern Vietnam has carved out a successful business and provided jobs for locals out of beekeeping.
Many oil refinery projects have been put forth recently, arousing concerns over a glut in supply as well as potential hazards to the environment caused by production on outdated technology.
Stretching along the central coast of Vietnam, the province of Phu Yen is blessed with the Ghềnh Đá Đĩa (The Cliff of Stone Plates), a masterpiece of stone gifted by nature, recognised as a national heritage.
A US$3.2 billion oil refinery project of the UK Technostar Management Ltd in Vung Ro is set to get off the ground in central Phu Yen province on September 9.
Vo Van Huy, a cowboy in Tay Hoa District of Phu Yen province, is leaving his home village in mid-September for Paris, where he will study at the Polytechnic University of Paris with an Eiffel scholarship granted by the French...
With updated weather forecasts sent to the mainland timely and continually, members of the Meteorology Station on Truong Sa Lon Island have greatly contributed to providing necessary information to the fishermen during their...
In addition to beautiful beaches and blue water, these beaches have rock grounds with strange shapes and bright colors, which are the masterpieces bestowed by Mother Nature.
The central province of Phu Yen has revoked licenses of two foreign direct investment (FDI) tourism projects worth US$50 million for delays in implementation.
When they began to build a hydropower plant on Ba River, the investors promised that the plant would provide the lowlands with water and help ease floods.