Anh Tien Trinh, a Vietnamese lensman who has traveled around the world for his fine arts projects, captures some of Asia’s most spectacular sights in black and white.
Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery by Sofitel in Sa Pa town has acquired a luxurious interpretation of local culture by famed architect Bill Bensley.
Vast rock formations the size of multi-story buildings loom above Ho Minh Phuc, as he picks a path through the gloom inside the world's largest cave.
Khanh Hoa has installed a replica of ‘Ali and Nino’ statue at The Arena condotel in Cam Ranh Port, a value addition to its many attractions.
A laidback vibe, among the cleanest air in the country, beautiful beaches amid lush greenery and eco-friendly luxury – welcome to Phu Quoc Island.
Chef Simone, the head chef of award-winning il Muro Italiano Restaurant at Salinda Resort, called Phu Quoc a paradise for seafood lovers that nurtures his love for local cuisine.
Secretly nested in the beautiful valleys and hills of Mai Chau, a mountain retreat offers you a relaxing and natural excursion far from the city hustle and bustle.
Anh Tien Trinh has focused on smiling faces during his long journey around the world through 'SHINE', a special art project that syncs landscapes with portraits.
Via the 'Asia - Home Sweet Home' and 'SHINE’ art initiatives, Anh Tien Trinh has portrayed the tranquility of everyday Burmese life. The photo series was taken in February 2017.