Category: Vietnam Travel Guide

Dragon cruise to ferry tourists along Han River in Da Nang

A dragon ship will now carry tourists along the Han River at night. The 250-seat steel vessel will offer two journeys every night, one from 6 to 7.30 pm and one from 8 to 9.30 pm. The 250-seat steel vessel will offer two journeys every night, one from 6 to 7.30 pm and one from […]

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07 Reasons Why You Should Spend Your Holiday In Vietnam

Our brains are magnificent organs, complex and effective at what they do, but they do a lot of work day in and day out, and require a break every now and then. A holiday spent abroad allows your mind to relax, and as you stop worrying about your job and social life, you can focus […]

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Visit Trung Nguyen Coffee Village

To get to where the story of Vietnamese coffee began, and to trace the nation’s spectacular rise as a major world coffee exporter, a visit to Trung Nguyen Coffee Village is a must. Located in the highland city of Buon Ma Thuot in Dak Lak Province in the Central Highlands, Trung Nguyen Coffee Village offers […]

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Over 900 years old of the Craft of Casting Bronze in Tong Xa

For over 900 years, bronze casting in Tong Xa Village, Yen Xa Commune in the district of Y Yen in Nam Dinh Province has been preserved and strongly developed, bringing a good life to the local people . By the end of the 12th century, Nguyen Minh Khong who is considered the ancestor of bronze […]

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Hanoi Water Puppet Theater – Vietnam Water Puppet Show – Water Puppets Made

Located at 57B, Dinh Tien Hoang street, nearby Hoan Kiem Lake, Thang Long Water Puppet Theater is a familiar address for both domestic tourists and foreign ones, who want to enjoy water puppet shows and discovery the beauty of this unique Vietnam traditional art. Location & History Located at 57B, Dinh Tien Hoang street, nearby […]

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Cape of Ca Mau – Ca Mau Peninsula, which constitutes not only the end of mainland Vietnam but of Southeast Asia as well

Ca Mau Cape is the tip of the cape, under Dat Mui Hamlet, Dat Mui Commune, Ngoc Hien District. The cape tip is shaped weird and heading out West Sea (Gulf of Thailand) at speeds from 50m to 80 m per year. This is considered to be the southernmost point on the mainland of Vietnam […]

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Vietnam's highest mountain market Coc Pai in Ha Giang

The market is situated in Coc Pai Town, which is around 350 kilometers from Hanoi. You can take a bus from Luong Yen Station in Hanoi to get there for around VND200,000. The bus leaves at 3AM, every day, and arrives at the destination at 4PM. Or, you can take a page from many an […]

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Five Hanoi hotels on TripAdvisor’s list of those offering world’s best service

Five hotels in Hanoi have been listed among those with the best service in the world by travel website TripAdvisor. The Oriental Central Hotel, Hanoi Charming 2 Hotel, Hanoi Serene Hotel, Hanoi Meracus Hotel 2 and Essence Hanoi Hotel & Spa ranked 6th, 10th, 11th, 21th and 24th respectively in the top 25 hotels for […]

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Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve of Ho Chi Minh in list: the world's greenest holiday destinations – 2014

The Sustainable Destinations Global Top 100 was created to celebrate the management efforts of the world’s most sustainable tourist destinations. The list is the result of open calls in the social media, followed by a selection process involving 30 international experts. In Asia – Pacific: Australia Kakadu NP Australia Rottnest Island Bhutan National Parks of […]

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Deer antler: is as precious as other kinds of expensive, rare food. Deer antlers are treasured because people believe it can not only improve people’s physical, mental and sexual health but also provide a magic cure for a wide range of diseases Yen Mac fermented pork roll – Nem Chua Yen Mac: the finished fermented […]

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