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Golden Tourism Month in Hue

To celebrate the 20th anniversary since Hue ancient capital complex was recognized as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, Hue Relics Conservation Center will organize “Golden Tourism Month” program from the 2nd to 30th September 2013. Accordingly, the program will take place at tourism sites of Hue ancient capital’s relics with promotion for tourists and free entrance for students, free guides at Dai Noi …

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Free wi-fi project in Tam Dao

Vietnamvisa-easy.com today brings good news for tourists when coming to Tam Dao. Department of Information and Communication of Vinh Phuc province has just announced that wi-fi system was scheduled to operate at the end of 2013 with nearly sixty 30-meter hotspots that could provide internet access for many tourists in Tam Dao. With a total investment of nearly VND 15 …

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Everything about Quy Nhon travel

The Quy Nhon coastal city in Binh Dinh has recently become more popular in the travel guide book of many tourists. One of the reasons for this positive change is the direct flights from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon City. Related: 6 Things to Do around Quy Nhon Attractions With a long-stretching coast embracing the whole city, …

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“Vietnam Moment” photography contest

Aiming at popularizing the image of a beautiful and dynamic country to Vietnamese young generation and international friends, Vietnam Digital Communication Association worked with Vietnam Internet Association to organize a photography contest with the theme “Vietnam Moment”.  This is an annual event whose target is advertising landscapes, people, customs as well as specialities of provinces and cities in Vietnam, thereby …

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Tips for Hoi An travel on Tet occasion

Because Tet holiday is the most important occasion of a year in Vietnam, just like Christmas and Easter in Europe, most of companies and shops are closed to enjoy holidays. Therefore, travellers who want to travel to Hoi An during this time need to know the following notes:  1. Apply for a visa as soon as possible Like other governmental …

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Crazy house, interesting attraction in Da Lat

Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province has a famous guesthouse that was listed as one of the top 10 most unique architectures. The guesthouse is an interesting attraction drawing a lot of curious visitors travelling to Da Lat. At first, it was named “Hang Nga Villa” but then being changed to “Crazy House”. The designer of the house is architect …

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Da Lat Jam, sweet gift for your family and friends

If you have been to Da Lat, you must know that Da Lat does not only have poetic landscapes, stunning flower gardens, immense pine forests but also is the kingdom of Jam in Vietnam. While this speciality is only sold on Tet holidays in other areas, it is a year-round snack in Da Lat. Jam in Dalat is quite distinct …

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Hanoi Opera House

 Hanoi Opera House was a big French architecture built in the early 20th century. It was constructed between 1901 and 1911. This place used to be a marsh of Thach Tan and Tay Luong villages in Phuc Lan Canton, Tho Xuong District. In 1899, in a meeting chaired by Richard, the French Ambassador in Hanoi, the Hanoi council proposed Governor …

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Open Central Highlands Statue Garden

Recently, Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism (Dong Mo, Son Tay, Hanoi) has launched the Central Highlands statue garden including almost 200 works created by 49 artisans from Xo Dang, Ba Na, Jrai, Gie-Trieng, Brau, Ro Mam…during the National Great Solidarity – Vietnam Cultural Heritage Week. The unique wooden statues are associated with the daily life of ethnic …

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Ao Chau Pond- “Ha Long Bay” in Phu Tho

There is no doubt that Vietnamese people should be proud of Ha Long Bay, the UNESCO natural heritage site. However, not so many people know about its mini version in Phu Tho, the Ao Chau Pond. This beautiful site has been drawing more and more attention to the visitor in recent years. Situated about 50 km from Phu Tho district …

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