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Vietnamese Traditional Houses

House to each Viet is something more than a place to live. It’s where the childhood memories of one person belonged to, where to find peace and happiness with our loved ones and the foundation to build our future. Outside of Hanoi: Ancient Villages Vietnam has a long-aged agriculture culture which requires a self-supplying system of villages. Unlike nomads, settlers …

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Gia Lai Travel Guide

Visiting the Central Highlands at the same time means that you can’t miss Gia Lai as one of your destinations. Talking of Gia Lai we talk about the blue Sea Lake in Pleiku which has been compared to the eyes of a young girl many times; about the scent of a highland coffee cup; and cultural festivals of highland ethnic …

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Kon Tum Travel Guide

Located in the north of Central Highlands, Kon Tum province is on the junction of Indochina. Kon Tum shares border with Laos and Cambodia and most of the province is high mountains of Truong Son range. Many rivers pass through this district such as Cai river, Se San river and Ba river. The capital city has the same name as …

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Daklak Travel Guide

Daklak, in M’Nong language refers to “Lak Lake” (“Dak” means “water” or “lake”), a real landmark of Daklak province. Daklak is located at the center of Central Highlands, a major tourist destination of the region. Compared to Kon Tum and Gia Lai, Daklak is much lower with height from 400-800m above sea. The northwest of Daklak is dry and hot …

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Hanoi regional cuisines

Culinary art is one of the most interesting things for discover in Hanoi. Following is the list of the most popular local foods that should not be missed in your trip to this beautiful city. The finest local dishes can be found at small one-dish restaurants or food stall, usually just open-air joints at street sides, where you might wonder …

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Ba Be Lake Travel Guide

Ba Be Lake deserves the name people have given to it – a pearl of northeast Vietnam. Just like a great escape to land of opportunity, you can’t imagine what is waiting for you. Ba Be Lake is just like that, despite how much you try to picture the place; in the end Ba Be will appear totally different. In …

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Traditional Vietnamese Wedding

To Vietnamese people, marriage is one of the most important events in a human lifetime. The ceremony has great significance not only to the couple involved but to both families and friends. Betrothal ceremony and engagement party Both events can happen months beforehand. Betrothal ceremony is just as important as the wedding ceremony. Traditionally, both bride and groom or their …

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Railway System in Vietnam

Beside bus, train is the perfect choice to travel Vietnam from North to South. After 30 years of war, the rail line connected Hanoi to Saigon was re-opened on day 31st of December 1976. The event marked a new period of peace and developing for the country. Nowadays, the 1730km long system of the “North-South Reunification Line” has become one …

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Vietnamese Folk Games

Along with the rapid development of urbanization and the invasion of Western culture is the disappearance of traditional villages and rice fields in Vietnam where people had nurtured and enriched the distinctive agriculture culture for thousands of years. Nowadays, we can only see the traditional games in some festivals and sadly, most of the kids do not even know the …

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How to take bus in Vietnam?

Bus is considered as the cheapest and most convenient transportation means for long distances. Travelling by bus is much easier than before since the roads and the bus system both are improved and well-managed. Related: City Guide: Buses from airport to downtown Interprovincial buses Each province and city in Vietnam has one or more major terminal, like in Hanoi – My …

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