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  • "The secrets of the phoenix "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    One of the four Magic Animals, the phoenix holds a special place in Vietnamese culture. The phoenix and the dragon make an excellent pair, representing many noble virtues. Popular throughout Asia and Europe, the phoenix symbol may even have its roots in Vietnam. The symbol of the phoenix appears quit...

    Trip Features: Culture: Architecture, History

  • "The forgotten valley "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Maybe because of my adventurous nature, or maybe because I’m fed up with the routines of urban life, I travel a lot. I long for pristine nature, exotic landscapes and the chance to relax. In first days of the Red River Delta to Son Nam, the hilly area near Tuyen Quang town then crossed the Lo River ba...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, History

  • "Dzao wedding "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    The Dzao Tien ethnic minority wedding has three steps like Kinh (the Vietnamese ethnic majority) tradition. Yet the ceremony is also unique. The entire village guests from surrounding villages, sharing the happy family event. This is a social occasion to celebrate marriage, family and community. Prepa...

    Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, History

  • "Beauty from within "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Phong Nha- Ke Bang national park in central Quang Binh Province was already known for its stunning caves, and then a 2005 discovery set the bar even higher. In 2005 a team from British Caving Association discovered stalactites that were so stunning they could only exclaim “Paradise.” Since then, Thien...

    Trip Features: Beach and Nature: Garden

  • "A River. A Valley "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Located just two kilometers from Buon Ma Thuot City, the capital of Dak Lak Province, Ako Dhong village has become a getaway for travelers looking to connect with the true spirit of Central Highlanders. In the Ede ethnic minority language, Ako means riverhead and Dhong means valley. The close – knit l...

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  • "The pearl of Phu Yen "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    An ambitious new development in Phu Yen province promises payback to investors while treating guest to local charm, exquisite comfort and relaxing natural vistas in a rarely explored section of Vietnam’ s coastline. On the west coast of Vietnam, nestled in a 90 – hectare secluded escape. With approxim...

    Trip Features: Beach and Nature: Beach, Garden

  • "The earthen cooking stove "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    White the earthen cooking stove is seldom used in modern day Vietnam, memories of the significant cultural symbol will never fade. People have always taken lots of time and effort in preparing for Tet - the biggest holiday in the yearly calendar. Days before it arrives, all families spend time dusting...

    Trip Features: Culture: History

  • "Sweet lullabies"

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    Most Vietnamese children are familiar with lullabies. Whether sung by our mothers, grandmothers or older sisters sweet, gentle lullabies are of our cultural memory. Among Vietnam’s ethnic groups, the Kinh majority has the moat lullabies. In northern, central and southern Vietnam there are at least ...

    Trip Features: Culture: Museums, Music, History

  • "Street sounds "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    Submitted by: lanhnguyen

    The cries of street vendors are still heard in Vietnam, although some product and services are no longer offered. Oral announcements have long been a part of Vietnamese life, especially those issued by the civil authority. Each village head, who would be ordered by the village head to announce writs i...

    Trip Features: Culture: Cityscapes

  • "Nhu Y canal "

    Locations: Far East and Asia: Vietnam

    lanhnguyen
    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

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