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  • "Top 5 Beaches in Vietnam for Family"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Halong Bay Starting in the Far North, bordering China is Tra Co, not a beautiful beach by anyone’s standards what with its muddy flats at low tide; but it’s a pleasant place to stay if you’re on your way into our out of China, before heading to Halong Bay. Bai Chay beach is the nearest to Hanoi, ...

    Trip Features: Beach and Nature: Beach

  • "The National Park in Vietnam"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Vietnam has 13 national parks spread from north to south with a total area of 320,000 ha, including Cat Tien (located in three provinces of Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc and Lam Dong): 73,878 ha; Yok Don (Daklak): 58,200 ha, Tam Dao (Vinh Phuc, Tuyen Quang and Thai Nguyen): 36,883 ha, Phu Quoc (Kien Giang): 31,42...

    Trip Features: Beach and Nature: Beach

  • "Museums of Vietnam "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Vietnam National Museum of history National Museum of Vietnamese History is located in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Vietnam. It began to be built in 1926 and was completed in 1932. The building was used to be the museum of the Far East Research Institute under French colonial rule (École française...

    Trip Features: Culture: Museums, History

  • "What Vietnamese specialty should you try in the autumn? "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    For Hanoians, nothing evokes autumn like the taste of young rice from Vong village. Que Chi reminisces. On my sixteenth birthday my mother presented me with a packet of com (young rice) from Vong village, the grains so sweetly scented that they lift a lasting impression. Upon untying the two strands o...

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  • "What Make Hoian Become the Best Destination in Vietnam "

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    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Music and passion are always in fashion in Hoi An reports Cam Thuy When a visiting friend asked me to recommend a good place in Vietnam to meet up for a short Holiday I didn't hesitate. "HoiAn has it all," I said."Cultural sites, beautiful surroundings, peace and quiet, and a nice beach. Declared a W...

    Trip Features: Culture: Cityscapes, Art/Antiques, Dancing

  • "What you should visit from Hue to Danang in Vietnam "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    The smooth silky road from Hue to Da Nang lulls its weary travelers in to dim sleep. Through the ca window, as though in a dream, sa vast white stretch of sand unfolds beside a blue sea. Yet after mounting the Phuoc Tuong Pass and emerging on the other side of the foot of Hai Van Mountain, the cool mount...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, Cityscapes, History

  • "What Hanoi in the past looks alike? "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Old stories such as those that follow are simple events from a simpler time. In the old days, when students said they were going to the lake, "pha xa" (roasted peanuts) near the old tower, these days it seems the smell still lingers a buttery, sweet smell mixed with flavoring . The students knew his t...

    Trip Features: Culture: Museums, Cityscapes

  • "The 15th day of the seventh lunar month in Vietnamese tradition "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    According to Vietnamese traditions, for one day each year, departed souls return to earth. Professor Le Van Lan explains why these traditional beliefs are important in the modern world. The 15th day of the seventh lunar month occupies an important position in the minds of Vietnamese people. On this day,...

    Trip Features: Culture: Museums, Ethnic/Religious, Cityscapes, History

  • "How Vietnamese artists keep the traditional village alive "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Canh Hoach village hasn’t always been synonymous with birdcages. At one time the tiny hamlet, just an hour's drive from Hanoi, was devoted to heavy industry. While the signpost still features the old name, Vac, which literally means to carry heavy objects', the villages have turned to lighter, not to men...

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  • "What you should try Vietnamese food while visiting Hoian "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Early in the morning, the cries of various food vendors drift along the narrow streets of Hoi An, a quaint, riverside town in central Vietnam. Strolling past old-fashioned, tile - roofed houses in the grey light of dawn, the vendors call out offers for rice pancakes, square sticky rice cakes, steamed sti...

    Trip Features: Culture: Museums, Cityscapes Beach and Nature: Beach, Garden

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