All the way to Vietnam's highest mountain on new cable cars

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All the way to Vietnam's highest mountain on new cable cars

The new cable car service to Fansipan, Vietnam’s rooftop, started serving Tuesday. The cables run from Muong Hoa Valley, around 10 kilometers to the southeast of the resort town Sa Pa.

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Hashtag #Vietnam: The week's best photos

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A photo posted by @natgeoyourshot on Dec 19, 2015 at 8:45am PST

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Ambassadors in Vietnam – P1: A ‘son-in-law’ of the country

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Ambassadors in Vietnam – P1: A ‘son-in-law’ of the country

The first diplomat, considered a ‘son-in-law’ of Vietnam, in this series by Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper is Saadi Salama, Palestinian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Hanoi.

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Photos: 20kg cat attracts public attention

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Photos: 20kg cat attracts public attention

Tran Thi Nga, 75, lives in Van Mieu Ward, Nam Dinh City in the northern province of Nam Dinh. She has a 20-kilogram cat.

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Meet Miu from Vietnam, probably the world's heaviest cat

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Meet Miu from Vietnam, probably the world's heaviest cat

Tran Thi Nga and her cat

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Hoi An keeps tourist from beaches as severe erosion plagues coastline

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Hoi An keeps tourist from beaches as severe erosion plagues coastline

The much loved tourist town of Hoi An has shut down several beaches after severe erosion left many deadly traps along its coastline.

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Exoskeleton research could allow paralysed to turn and climb

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A project to make exoskeleton suits more comfortable and allow paralyzed patients to change direction and navigate stairs is making progress.

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Thuan Kieu Plaza to be repaired, not demolished, investor

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Thuan Kieu Plaza to be repaired, not demolished, investor

An Dong Company, new investor of Thuan Kieu Plaza in Ho Chi Minh City, would not demolish the trade center for construction of a new apartment project as per recent rumors, company deputy director general Ho Xuan Dung told Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper yesterday.

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Living with tumble threat in Ho Chi Minh City apartments

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Living with tumble threat in Ho Chi Minh City apartments

As many as 100,000 people are residing in 533 old apartment buildings in Ho Chi Minh City despite the fact that they may collapse at any time.

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Vietnamese-American man found dead inside Saigon house

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Vietnamese-American man found dead inside Saigon house

Ho Chi Minh City police are investigating the death of a Vietnamese-American man, who lived alone in a rented house in Phu Nhuan District.

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Soul carvings

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Soul carvings

Virtue, wisdom and suffering are encoded into Tay Phuong Pagoda.

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Tien Cave, the place where the fairies came and never left

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Tien Cave, the place where the fairies came and never left

About 70 kilometers from the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, Tu Lan consists of more than 10 caves. Its first cave was discovered in 1992 and then the whole system became famous internationally in 2010 thanks to the exploration of the British Cave Research Association. Photos: Thang Bamboo

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Vietnam's oldest courthouse to be restored

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Vietnam's oldest courthouse to be restored

VietNamNet Bridge - The HCM City People's Court, which is 130 years old, will be restored at a cost of VND320 billion (nearly $16 million).

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A close look at the giant bells of Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral

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A close look at the giant bells of Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral

The cathedral has six bronze bells weighing a total of 30 metric tons which are designed so that each plays one of the six notes do, re, mi, sol, la, and si.

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Vietnam makes the Picfair top twenty

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Vietnam makes the Picfair top twenty

Every month Rough Guides rounds up some of the best travel photography on image-selling website Picfair, and this month they’ve chosen to look at patterns. Below are 20 (including two from Vietnam) of the most striking pictures of patterns from all over the world, from Portugal to the USA.

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