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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

  • "What is the national dress for Vietnamese Women? "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    A special, ao dai (traditional Vietnamese long dress) has been introduced by Vo Viet Chung, a famous Vietnamese designer, to mark his 20 years in fashion and welcome the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi. Vo Viet Chung's ao dai has won a place in the Guinness Book of records, as it has nine b...

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

  • "What was the power of Vietnam emperor in the past? "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Some of the mystery surrounding the seals of Nguyen Dynasty has been lifted with their publication in a new time. A collection of 85 seals dating from the Nguyen Dynasty have been showcased in a new publication from the national Museum of Vietnamese history, entitled "Royal seals of the Nguyen Dynasty...

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

  • "What is the founding land of Buddhism in Vietnam "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    At the beginning of the summer we followed a path of red soil that was lined with houses and recently cultivated green paddy. The fields were patiently awaiting the fall crop. As the path led on we came to Tay Thien and some famers working in their lush emerald fields. In the distance I watched as some s...

    Trip Features: Sport and Adventure: Climbing, Camping Culture: Museums, Cityscapes

  • "What Unicorn means in Asian and Vietnam Mythology "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Of the Four Sacred Animals of Asian mythology, the Ky Lan, or Asian unicorn, is the most mysterious. The Kylan is one the Four Sacred Animals of Asian mythology. Sometimes transited as a “unicorn”, this magical creature actually bears little resemblance to the Western notion of a unicorn, which is po...

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

  • "The history of DMZ in Vietnam "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    What is the way to win the hearts of people in Quang Binh province? Looking back in history, it took our nation just 200 years to cross the rivers of Thu Bon, Dong Nai and Mekong and reach the southern most of Ca Mau Point. Nevertheless, it took around four centuries to conquer Hoan and Ly provinces, ...

    Trip Features: Beach and Nature: Beach, Wildlife viewing

  • "The uncovered story of Vietnam kitchen"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    The fireplace was considered a sacred part of the home, as every Vietnamese family worshiped the Kitchen God. People living in Vietnams northern delta typically built their homes with the front door facing south, as advised by the old saying, " Marry a good-natured wife and build a house turned towa...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, History

  • "What is the change of vietnamese tea enjoyment. "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Fine drizzle has bleached the sky since early last month and Hanoians yearn for a hot beverage to warm their hands. No better place to hold a hot mug and people watch than Nha Tho Street. Before the economic reforms of 1986, drinking tea was limited to sidewalk stalls with a few wooden stools, a tea...

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  • "What do animals symbolize the King and the Queen in Vietnam"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    In Vietnamese tradition, four my stoical creatures a considered symbol of the royal court and are tired closely to cycles such as the four seasons and the four compass directions - the dragon, unicorn, tortoise and phoenix. In particular, the dragon and phoenix were the highest symbols of royalty an...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, History

  • "How do Vietnamese People honor their ancestors ?"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Hung temple is honored as the birthplace of the Vietnamese people. Hone to an annual festival and many legendary relics, it holds a special place in Vietnam’s heart According to legend, the Vietnamese people came into being when a dragon, Lac Long Quan, married a fairy, Au Co, who then gave birth t...

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