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  • "The Anak Ede Ethnic Group"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Pop: 25,000 Origin: China Area: Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Dac Lac Economy: livestock, forest products Belief system: animism Cultural characteristics: The polytheistic Ede live communally in beamless boat-shaped longhouses on stilts. About one-third of these homes, which often accommodate large extended fam...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, Architecture

  • "Choro ethnic group"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Lables: Choro ethnic group, Ethnic Groups, Mon-Khmer Group Other names: Chau Ro, Do Ro, Chro and Thuong. Population: 15,022 people, (1999 census). Language: Choro language belongs to the Mon-Khmer group (of the Austro-Asiatic language family). History: The Choro are permanent inhabitants in the mount...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, Music, Architecture, History

  • "Brau ethnic group"

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Lables: Brau ethnic group, Ethnic Groups, Mon-Khmer Group Other names: Brao. Population: 231 people, (1999 census). Language: Brau language belongs to the Mon-Khmer language group (of the Aus- troasiatic language family). History: The first Brau came to Vietnam about a century ago. They live mainly i...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious

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

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

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    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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  • "Why foreign traders came to Hoian in the 16 century "

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    The former trading port of Hoi An attracts visitors with its ancient buildings, pretty river views and taller made fashions. In the 16th century, the riverside town of Hoi An was a bustling trading port, its harbor packed with ships from China, Japan, Holland and beyond. The foreign ships came with th...

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

  • "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

  • "Nhu Y canal "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    To most tourists, Hue means the imperial palace tombs and shrines. But the true world heritage of Hue, in fact, is the whole region of about a hundred square kilometers of well reserved ancient areas around the city. The citadel and royal tombs are only one part of it. Together with the royal palace a...

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

  • "A legendary landscape"

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Nature has bestowed Vietnam’s northern province of Ninh Binh with dramatic landscapes. Sties like Tam Cac – Bich Dong and the stone cathedral of Phat Diem draw scores of visitors. Yet there are other, lesser-known sites that are worth visiting, all within an easy drive of the capital. Less than an ho...

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

  • "The good earth "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    In the past, most houses in Vietnam were built from natural materials like earth, bamboo and palm leaves. Giang Lam reports on the sod houses that were once common in northern Vietnam. Today, most houses in Vietnam are made of concrete or bricks. In the past, villagers relied on natural materials like...

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

  • "Rex Hotel Saigon"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam Middle East and Central Asia: Vietnam

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    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    For MICE service, Rex Hotel offers one of the biggest function halls in HCM city. It’s Lotus Ballroom has a capacity of up to 750 guests, while the 190-seater Sunflower Ballroom is ideal for lectures and smalls scale seminars. Both are located on the first floor of the New Wing and were put into operatio...

    Trip Features: Culture: History Beach and Nature: Bird Watching, Beach

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