Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihood of ethnic minorities.
Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihoods of ethnic
VietNamNet Bridge – After graduating from college and working at a bar in Hoi An, Phan Mai Thien Tam decided to start out on her own.
VietNamNet Bridge – The path leading to Phia Thap Village, home to 50 families from the Nung ethnic minority in Cao Bang Province, is surrounded by green rice paddy fields.
En Vnexpress - Experience waterway life just 30 minutes from downtown Saigon at this riverside resort in Binh Chanh District.
EN VietNamNet - A group of households providing homestay services in Ta Van commune, Sa Pa district, the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, have received the “Homestay ASEAN” award.
EN VietNamNet - VietNamNet Bridge – Da Lat, for long a popular hill station in Viet Nam, has added economical homestay arrangements to its long list of attractions.
EN VietNamNet - Wine Valley Homestay on 61 An Binh Street, Da Lat City is ideal for tourists to enjoy fresh air and relax at weekends.
EN VietNamNet - Homestay tourism in Lam Binh district, the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang has drawn both domestic and international holiday-makers to the imposing landscape and
EN VietNamNet - Pac Ngoi Village in Nam Mau Commune, Bac Kan province, is one of just a few places where the traditional customs of the Tay minority ethnic group are still practiced.
I arrived at the homestay as the setting sun cast a red glow over the mountainous village. Shortly after I unpacked my bag, the host invited me to a shared meal with the family and some Australian
Around 6km from the centre of Hanoi, tree houses made by painter Dao Anh Khanh are ideal for visitors to experience a life like that in the film “The Jungle Book”.
Homestay tourism in the Duong Lam ancient village Son Tay, Hanoi connects guests with live-in hosts to better experience the local way of life and culture.
Homestay is a type of "green tourism" that is ideal for you who love cultural discoveries in the new land. When traveling "homestay", you will be at the home of local people to be able to have a
One of the most popular community-based tourism products in Vietnam is the homestay.