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Khanh Hoa Travel Guide

Khanh Hoa is the furthermost province in the east of Vietnam, located in South Central Coast region; 447km away from Ho Chi Minh City, 1278km from Hanoi. The provincial coast spreads up to 385km in length when the west side of the province faces mountains and hills. The total area of Khanh Hoa is 5.197 km² include 200 islands and …

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Tourism Festivals in Vietnam

Beside traditional and ancient cultural festivals, some annual tourism activities are worth your time. Ha Long Carnival Time: each year, April – May Activities: Halong Carnival is the biggest tourism event in North Vietnam, attracting a huge number of tourists every year. The festival theme is pretty modern and westernised since the main customer target of Ha Long is western …

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Nightlife in Saigon

Saigon is not only busy at daytime but expectedly manic also at nighttime. The most popular area to tourists is around Pham Ngu Lao Street, a great place for those who love inexpensive foodstuff and meeting people. But that’s not the end of it. Saigon has a good amount of bars, clubs and night market with numberless interesting experiences. Check …

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Unique Traditional Festivals in Vietnam

Vietnam is a country of festivals. Foreign tourists mostly know about tourism festivals only. There are about 8000 festivals from all the provinces, ethnics and religions. Festivals in Vietnam are where the people show veneration to the gods, mythical characters, national heroes and send their wishes for a better life. In a typical festival in North Vietnam, there are two …

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Motorcycle Riding in Vietnam

Riding a motorbike in Vietnam is something many want to experience which is just as complicated as crossing the roads. It’s old to say this but the roads in Vietnam are dangerous. Therefore, think thoroughly before deciding to ride in Vietnam if you feel uncomfortable with the traffic system or have no riding experience. However, riding in Vietnam is in …

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Da Lat Waterfalls

“Dat Aliis Laetitiam Aliis Temperiem” (It Gives Pleasure to Some, Freshness to Others) Da Lat is a city of Lam Dong province, has been long famous all over the world for its immense charms and beauties. To many Vietnamese, Da Lat is like a small European town full of flowers among the mighty forests and mountains of Central Highland. Da …

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Homestays in Da Lat: Creative Places for your stay

You will be surprised by the creativity and styles of these wonderful dorm-homestays only in Dalat! Travel guide to Dalat TRE’s House – 419A Vo Truong Toan Although named as TRE (bamboo), but it seems there is no… “tre” at TRE’s house. However, there is reason for the name. The first impression you have with TRE must be how hidden …

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New Things in the Old Quarter

From 2nd of September, the walking streets around Hoan Kiem Lake will officially be opened. No vehicles will be allowed into the restricted area during 7PM of Friday to 12AM Monday every week piloting from now to the end of year. Together with this, there are many other good news for tourists around the world that you might want to …

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Campsites in Vietnam

There are a lot beautiful and stunning destinations in Vietnam yet very limited number of official camping sites. Here we have a list of the places you can camp and enjoy your time without worrying about safety. Related: Best Paragliding Places in Vietnam In the North Due to the geographical features, most of the sites that are suitable for camping …

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What should every foreigner know about Vietnam?

vietnam mosaic of contrast

Actually, there are a lot of hearsay and misunderstandings about Vietnam and Vietnamese people. We list some here and explain our point of view about them. Related: Things Vietnamese people do There is no war happening  in the country at the moment Overseas Vietnamese often recount their encounters with the opinion that Vietnam is all about wars. This should be …

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