Category: Vietnam Travel Guide

Sunsets and folktales fill visitors' senses on fishing cruise down River Vam Nao

If you want to see a peaceful and picturesque riverine region and participate in local people’s life, then a trip to the River Vam Nao might be an excellent choice. A broad river that connects two other rivers, the Tien and the Hau, the Vam Nao River in the southern An Giang province has various […]

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Nhan Hien Sculpture Village

Apart from treasuring the techniques of stone sculpture from their forefathers hundreds of years ago, locals in Nhan Hien Village have also been receptive to new trends and updated new applied art designs which have helped the village develop into one of the most well-known stone sculpting areas in northern Vietnam. The elders in Nhan […]

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Wonderful nature in Cu Lan Village

Cu Lan Village, a tourism area, about 20km away from Da Lat in Lat Commune, Lac Duong District in Central Highlands Lam Dong Province, is located in a valley of 30ha amid the vast greenness of pine trees. The local cool air plus its beautiful scenery has attracted many visitors from near and far. Cu […]

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Lang Son: Xu Lang Spring brings unique flavor

Xu Lang Spring brings unique flavor by freezing air, drizzle sprinkled commonplace, a space cherry, plum blossom bright, green grass seedling as coating of colorful flowers, covering the earth created the exciting feeling inside each person. Every spring forward, Xu Lang entered the festive season spanning across the province, lasted throughout the spring, most notably […]

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The world's most breathtaking waterfalls

Waterfalls aren’t just cascading tons of water over the edge of a cliff, they are an example of the power of nature, an earthly wonder and a reminder that something as dainty as water has the power to erode something as tough as rock. The falls are majestic beauties, sure, but they’re more than that. […]

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Costumes of Mong women

There are a number of Mong ethnic groups, White Mong, Black Mong, Flowery Mong, and Green Mong, living in Vietnam’s northwestern mountain provinces. Their costumes are colorful. The women make the clothes for all the family members. Although they are starting to modern social values, Mong people still wear their traditional colorful costumes, which are […]

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A sophisticated cuisine, simply served

Reasonable prices, tasty dishes, good service and a prime location accounts for the rapid rise in popularity of the newly opened Bun Bo Ganh restaurant in HCM City list, reports Xuan Hiep The former royal city of Hue in the central province of Thua Thien – Hue is noted for its rich cultural traditions, serene […]

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Viet Nam's first luxury train launched

Viet Nam Railways has launched the first five-star express train after upgrading its service and the skills of the staff to meet the growing numbers of domestic and international passengers. The railway organisation operates the north-south railway system. During the four-month-long upgradation process, the luxurious train was equipped with the modern facilities, including clean and […]

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Visit the shortest street of Hanoi in Hanoi Old Quarter

Ho Hoan Kiem street in Old Quarter is the shortest street in Hanoi. It’s 52 m, connect Cau Go street and Dinh Tien Hoang street. Under French domination, it’s named: Phiharmonique. But Hanoian is familiar with the name Hang Che street. Because, it ‘s too short street so many people don’t realize it.

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"Banh Chung" – the soul of Vietnamese New Year!

“Banh Chung” (Chung cake) is a traditional and irreplaceable cake of Vietnamese people in the Tet Holidays and King Hung’s anniversary (10th March Lunar). For the Vietnamese, making “Banh Chung” is the ideal way to express gratitude to their ancestors and homeland. The legend of ” Banh Chung” Chung cake was invented by the 18th […]

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