District 7, although being quite far from the center, has many great places that you should check out. Continue reading Where to go in District 7, Saigon?
Here is the Calligraphy street in Saigon on the last day of Lunar 2016. It is where people can discover Chinese calligraphy, the beautiful art of writing Chinese characters with a brush.
Vung Tau, which takes just about two hours from Saigon, is one of the most ideal places to enjoy tropical beach atmospheres during your holiday. Here are a few notes to help you build you own plan.
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Is it your first time here? Let’s explore a few awesome places that can be your temporary home!
Continue reading Where to stay in Vung Tau city?
Finding a place to stay is not a hard thing but to find a suitable place is another thing to say. Although Ninh Binh Province is not famous for hotels or any kind of accommodations, it still offers some good ones to meet the need of the visitors.
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Vietnamese people have recently been in a hurry to prepare for the Tet (Tết) in the last few days of 2016 (Lunar Calendar). Since flowers and fruits hold a great significance during Tet, Vietnamese people have to find the most beautiful trees for their family. Here is a video capturing one of the most famous streets for the lucky trees in Hanoi yesterday.
Hanoi is always beautifully filled with feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) at the end of the year.
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We, the Vietnamese, always value the true essence of cultural traditions passed on from our ancestors. And one of the most interesting stories that I was told suddenly came across my mind. It is about the Kitchen Gods and how their carps can mysteriously and magically turn into the dragons.
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My name is Marton, 22 years old and from Holland. Last year, I came to Hanoi for the first time to volunteer for 10 weeks with an NGO. It was my first time in Asia, first time travelling alone and first time away from Holland for more than 2 weeks. This experience had a great impact on my life which I never saw coming. Now, I am back in Hanoi for an internship of 5 months at another NGO.
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Saigoneers often call Apartment Block at #47 Nguyen Hue street in District 1 as ‘Cafe Apartment Block’ since there are a large number of coffee shops here. It would be a real pity if you walked around Nguyen Hue pedestrian street without stepping inside this apartment block.
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