Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Travel Advices

The North Ha Noi

The North Ha Noi

The capital, Hanoi, sprawls on the banks of the Red River. It is a beautiful city that retains an air of French colonial elegance with pretty yellow stucco buildings lining leafy streets. Hanoi is also a city of lakes, which adds to its air of sleepy grace. At present there are relatively few cars
Central Vietnam Hue

Central Vietnam Hue

Midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City lies the city of Hue. The former capital of the emperors of Vietnam, it is known for its beautiful imperial architecture, although a great deal of this was destroyed during the Tet offensive in 1968. The Perfume River forms the border between the city itself and the former ‘Forbidden Purple City’, the mighty Citadel.
The South Ho Chi Minh City

The South Ho Chi Minh City

Set back from the delta formed by the Mekong River, Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) is the main commercial center of the southern part of Vietnam, receiving its name in honor of the leader who successfully led the nation against both France and the USA. Locals still like to refer to it as Saigon
Traditional festivals in Lunar year (When to go)

Traditional festivals in Lunar year (When to go)

The last day of the previous year to 3rd day of 1st Lunar month: Tết festival.2nd day of 1st Lunar month: Cửa Ông temple Festival, Cửa Ông ward, Cẩm Phả district, Quảng Ninh province.

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