The upcoming 4th of October 2017 has been driving the whole nation of Vietnam agitated for a few months by far, especially children. Known as one of the biggest annual events in the latter half of the year, Full Moon Festival or Mid-Autumn Affair is a traditional holiday in some Asian countries when the Moon becomes fullest and brightest. In Vietnam, the event has been called Trung Thu which literally means “in the middle of Autumn” as it falls on the 15th of Lunar August.
I guess it is such a great experience when you can explore Quảng Ninh Province with the great Hạ Long Bay recognized by the UNESCO as a world’s heritage. However, if you want to spend a little bit more of your time here and discover this whole new and exciting place, a nice accommodation is definitely needed.
- 7:30 AM: Have breakfast. Chopped Cuttle-Fish Rice Sheet is probably an ideal choice for breakfast in Quảng Ninh and if you are staying in Hạ Long City, do not hesitate to try it
When the night falls is also the time when everything gets exciting and amazing. Especially in Quảng Ninh, you will definitely feel that night beat from the most crowded and attractive cities in the province.
Saigon offers many different places where people can grab a cup of coffee and have the most exciting experience beyond that.
Saigon is an exciting, dynamic and youthful city, but there are more to visit than touristic architectures and locations. To experience the best of this city, you should focus on its little details. And for many people, the network of narrow alleys will always be the best place to explore a maze of exciting yet intimate lives of the local, in stark contrast to the hustle and bustle of anything you may have experienced roaming on the main streets. Here are the most impressive alleys that we recommend you visit at least once during your stay in this cosmopolitan city!
At this very moment, I should be in Can Tho going home to the my “cung,” but instead, I am still in Hanoi, my second home for almost two years, thinking of what to eat for lonesome dinner (like what usually happens if my friends finish work late). While thinking, I am scrolling through my Facebook notifications and figured out that “cung” were looking at my holiday photos, she even liked some of it. Photos from yesterday, when I was in Da Nang with my friends. Then I couldn’t help but think of another thing, that instead of Da Nang, I was supposed to be in Da Lat with her like how she promised me, but I guess it will never happen. All these thoughts are now par of my long list of “what ifs” after dating a Vietnamese girl from the South after half a year of LDR (Long Distance Relationship).
Quang Binh is blessed with an amazing landscape. The most dangerous yet beautiful caves, the magnificent beaches, and mountains have made Quang Binh a “heaven on Earth”, which amazes a number of visitors. This article covers top 10 things to do in Quang Binh, including the most exciting destinations to visit and all the best places for food lovers here.
Whereas the news speaks of deprecating bus systems, many such vehicles are actually enjoying a revival, and this time they’re no longer hitting the road, but instead crashing the waves of the ocean. Don’t believe me? Come to the Bus Cafe in Thach An beach, Huế (Hue) and have a look!
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The Ghost Festival, also known as the Hungry Ghost Festival or the Month of Spirits is a traditional Buddhist and Taoist festival held in a lot of Asian countries. One of which is Vietnam.