Having been praised as a “pearl” on the map of Vietnam, Phu Quoc, located in the Gulf of Thailand, has indeed never failed to overwhelm its visitors with its empyrean natural beauty. Below are the top most fascinating things to do, from our personal perspective, for you to cross off the bucket list when you have an opportunity to pay a visit to Phu Quoc Island.
Are you a shopaholic or simply you just want to enjoy the hectic feeling when entering a market? For a long time, Hanoi has been known as the trading center of Vietnam so if you have the chance to visit our historical city, don’t overlook an essential part- markets. Hereby is our recommendation of 10 most interesting markets that are waiting for you to explore. Continue reading The Top 10 Best Local Markets in Hanoi
Lunar New Year (Tet Holiday) is the biggest festival of the year for the Vietnamese. Naturally, there are a lot of activities taking place during those days, and they can get overwhelmed at times. But fret not, we, Maze Vietnam creators, have set out to ease the trouble. Here is your ultimate guide to Tết Festival in Saigon.
Today, the Year of the Rooster gives way to the Year of the Dog, one of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. It is the best time of the year to see how peaceful and quiet Vietnam is.
Here are the top things to do during Tet Holiday in Hanoi. Lunar New Year is probably the most-awaited eve of the year when people in the country finally get to lay down their back after a full year of hard working. If summer is “the time for holiday” to most people, Tết in Vietnam is just like another “party time” when people eventually find themselves good places to make a getaway. This year, follow us to discover your own Tết in the capital.
If the people living in Northern Vietnam take pride in Ha Long Bay, one of the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World, then those down the South of Vietnam are also proud to offer both national and international tourists a name, a real-life heaven on Earth for sure, which is Phu Quoc Island. Having been listed as the number one choice when you desperately pine for breaking free out of the vicious circle of everyday life, Phu Quoc will, by no means, fail you.
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Scarecrows, floating markets, rice fields, and many other items representative of a quaint countryside suddenly make their appearance in the center of the cityscape of the modern Phú Mỹ Hưng, which can only mean one thing: the Spring Flower Festival is coming.
Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year or Tết Holiday) is coming around the corner at the end of every January or early February, and it can be considered as the biggest celebration in most of the East Asian countries and autonomous regions such as Vietnam, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, etc. Tết (Tet), a Vietnamese verbalism, which literally means “the feast of the first morning of the first day”, is a special occasion for many Vietnamese to decorate their homes with a vast choice of colorful and meaningful ornamental plants. Now let’s take a look at some of the most popular auspicious plants for Tet Holiday (Chinese New Year) and every day after!