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Exploring Saigon by motorbike is not a new experience in the city but with many first-time visitor, a Saigon street food tour at night by motorbike is still a new charming excursion and sometimes a little overwhelming when joining in the busy traffic flow at the busiest time of the day. Starting when the sun sets, your English tour guides who are also you drivers will pick you up at your hotel and take you around the busy streets and districts of Saigon. At each stop,...

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Saigon River is still a busy working waterway with boats and cruises traveling around all day which is also an enchanting gateway to amazing sites, hidden canals, and the mighty Mekong Delta. A luxury speedboat tour around Ho Chi Minh City or from the city heart along the Saigon River is a unique experience for tourists who wish to travel off the beaten track and explore the remote areas. The trip may include a visit to a pagoda, riverside market, historical site or an...

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Rafting is one of the best outdoor activities for adventure seekers when traveling to the romantic city Da Lat. This highland provides the scenic river with a mix of thrill and calm sections that make it an ideal place to challenge your heart with awesome whitewater rafting. When joining in this rafting excursion, you will be instructed in safety instruction and paddling techniques by a professional guide. Then after some training, all things you must do are grabbing...

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 Con Dao Islands are an archipelago of 16 mostly uninhabited islets just off the southern coast of Vietnam, each of which offering pristine sandy beaches shaded with evergreen trees. For those looking for an escape from bustling city life, the main island, Con Son is a wonderful paradise for great relaxing beach vacations. Con Dao was once hell on earth for many political prisoners during the brutal wars in Vietnam; therefore, you can visit many historical sites...

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Located approximately 150 km north of Ho Chi Minh City, Cat Tien National Park is a perfect choice for nature lovers with an intrepid excursion or camping trip. This treasure trove of biodiversity protect a large area of lowland tropical forest and some of the world's most endangered species. Once coming to Cat Tien National Park, you would immerse in the unique wildlife, take day or night treks through rainforests, and enjoy the feelings of watching wild animals playing....

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Our Chef with 15-year experience in cooking field. He would like to share his knowledge to anyone who wish to get Vietnamese traditional cooking way. Coming to our cooking class, you will be learned from him the most important basis cooking skill as knife, decoration skills and Vietnamese cooking tips. When you want to get full experience of Southern Vietnamese daily life, take part in cooking class in the South of Vietnam is the best choice to learn it's cuisine.

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One of the best things to do in Hanoi is to participate in a cooking class where you will learn about valuable ingredients and techniques involved in Vietnamese cuisine. After the pickup from your hotel, the usual class includes a visit to a local market where participants can explore Vietnamese ingredients and gather some vegetables, meat, herbs for the upcoming culinary conquest. You can watch the locals pick their daily food and haggle over the price. Once back at the...

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Directed by the same group making the famous A O Show and My Village Show, Teh Dar is a theatrical performance version of the Central Highlands featuring Vietnamese bamboo circus, acrobatics & live tribal music. The show focuses on an exotic Vietnamese tribes life with the tales as well as stories from the mountains and jungles to be told in artistic stage language and live music from different tribal instruments. The name Teh Dar means “going in circle” in the...

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This section of Phu Quoc Island tours and activities is ideal if you’re looking to explore this tropical destination and its surrounding islets. There are plenty of things to do on Phu Quoc Island besides lounging on the beach with a drink in hand. Nature lovers can explore breathtaking waterfalls and quaint villages within the island. Travelling families can enjoy a fun-filled day at the iconic Vinpearl Land Amusement Park, which is fitted with thrilling slides and splash...

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Nha Trang is not only famous for beaches. Join in one day tour to discover its nature with fun & challenging rafting downstream. Pick up at your hotel at 9.00 AM, then you will be transferred to the start point for rafting (40km from Nha Trang) where resided by most minority people (there are 15 minority groups resided there and the Ragley accounts for 70% of minority groups population in the region). Upon arrival, once you have refreshment and get ready, you will start...

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Da Lat and Nha Trang are famous cities in Vietnam for their variety of landscapes, sightseeing and so on. There are a lot of types of transportation that you can choose to travel around and explore those impressive cities. One of the best way is cycling, for it allows you to slowly and wholy take in the beauty of the scenery, as well as contribute to your health. If you find using bike for travelling interesting and healthy, do not hestitate to make your own plan. In this...

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Topas Ecolodge is located within Ban Lech Village overlooking Hoang Lien Mountain Range. It is 18km from Sa Pa Town and 53km from Lao Cai Train Station. Topas Ecolodge is a quaint and charming mountain property where guests can freely mingle with the ethnic villagers. It’s called a ‘lodge’ because it lacks some of the basic features and services of a standard hotel. The bungalows have no TV and no internet connection, enabling guests to completely escape from...

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Muong Hum market is located about 45 kilometers from Sapa town. It is opening on every Sunday where you can see the most colorful costumes of many ethnic minorities. Muong Hum market is organized on an open flat area at the bottom of a large & scenic valley by a small river and surrounded by the rice terraces.The journey to this market is offered with very nice landscapes of stunning mountains & beautiful valleys as well. This market is less touristic &...

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Vinpearl Land Hoi An is one of the most exclusive entertainment areas - the newest - the most attractive for tourists to have fun in Hoi An. It is located only about 40km from Danang City and about 17km from the center of Hoi An ancient town. Vinpearl Land Nam Hoi An will bring many new emotions and experiences with many interesting and exciting games that promise to bring a great time to play.Hoi An VinPearl Land amusement park is located in the tourist complex,...

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For those who want to learn kitesurfing...For those who are beginners experiencing this water sport for the first time...Or for those who want to re-train the skill of kitesurfing...Mui Ne is known as one of the best kiteboard spots in Asia as the wind conditions in Mui Ne are great for 7 months per year picking up from October till April which gives you plenty of opportunity to learn kiteboarding. With average winds speeds between 15 to 30 knots, the conditions are...

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Thung Nham belongs to Ninh Hai commune, Hoa Lu district in Ninh Binh province and is surrounded by tropical forests over limestone mountain chains with a lot of valleys and caves. Thung Nham is well-known as a home of various species of birds such as stork, heron, mallard, Forktail, etc. Especially, there are also two rare species in the Red Data Book: flamingo and Phoenix. The best time to visit Thung Nham is autumn in the afternoon (around 5:00pm) because at this...

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Stylish and authentic presentation is absolutely vital at Bonsai Cruise. The link between the creativity of the menu and dazzling visual décor is evident in all areas of the ship design. Our openkitchen and interactive dining stations enhance the guests experience. On board Bonsai Legacy we use only the freshest, locally sourced organic produce and ingredients.We designed rectangular “buffet bars” and installed them in the center of the ship so that guests can circle...

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There are many ways to explore the lively Hanoi but what about joining in the influxs of motobikes in the streets of Hanoi? Hanoi City and Countryside Tour by motorbike is really an inspiring and unique experience that help tourists have a closer insight into the life and culture of Hanoians. A friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will travel along with group while you will sit behind an experienced and professional female drivers. The whole fleet uses 2018 Honda Lead...

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Our FARMING & FISHING LIFE provides you with a close-up and intimate exposure to both the local farming and fishing communities. Accompanied by your tour guide, you commence the day leisurely cycling along country roads witnessing local Vietnamese rural life first hand, discovering all manner of photo opportunities - coming and visiting a beautiful organic vegetable village, watering and planting vegetable, hoeing a soil with local farmer, riding a water buffalo in a...

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Surrounded by royal palm trees, Reunification Palace is a 1960s architecture with iconic history value to Vietnamese people. If you have ever seen a picture of Reunification Palace in history, it would probably be the iconic moment when the North Vietnamese Army’s tank crashed the palace main gate and ended Vietnam war. The palace is actually a time capsule from the 1975 milestone, when the exhausting war ended and reunified the North and the South of Vietnam. Nowadays,...

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Undoubtedly, Vietnam has been well-known across the world for its long history of wars. The Vietnam war created so much of impact that leads to the popularity of Vietnam War Remnants Museum among Western tourists. Formerly called Museum of Chinese and American War Crimes, the War Remnants Museum give tourists the chance to learn realistically about brutal effects of war on its civilian victims and the crimes of Western army during the war.The museum displays US armored...

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Thien Hau Pagoda was built around 1760 by Chinese. It has all Chinese architecture characteristics with 4 houses linked to each other and have a small yard among the houses. Main shrine has Thien Hau statue in the center, Kim Thoa Nuong Nuong statue and Long Mau Nuong Nuong statue in both side. Thien Hau statue was made of wood which worshiped in Bien Hoa then transferred to Thien Hau Pagoda in 1836. Besides that, the pagoda has hundreds of antiques that appeared since 18th...

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 Join in our tour, you will have chance to eat Nem lui Hue with dipping sauce with fish sauce, sugar, chopped garlic and chili, lemonjuice or vinegar. But that will not has full flavor and not show Hue special style without peanut sauce. So if you ever come to Hue, Central of Vietnam you should try this once

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One of the best dishes you should not miss during this tour is Nem lui. Nem lui-Hue lemongrass skewers is grilled meatballs on lemongrass skewer, sometimes bamboo stick. This Hue specialty food is made of ground pork with between a third and a half pork fat. The meat is typically marinating with chopped sharllot, fish sauce, MSG, pork stock and black pepper, salt. Then grill it on charcoal till brown sideAnd Nem lui Hue – Hue lemongrass skewers is dipped in Nước...

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This is a traditional Vietnamese dish for cold weather, and can you guess why? This dish has that subtle heat from red chili and the richness from garlic and soy sauce that can make you feel warmed up in no time.The specialty of this dish is that it’s borderline between stir-fried and braised food. You will first stir-fry the chicken and then add the marinade and let it simmer and reduce to a thick sauce. This way the chicken will have a soft shiny glaze finish with a...

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Vietnamese mango salad (gỏi xoài) is a vibrant dish featuring green mangoes, shrimp, and is highlighted with fresh herbs like mint, thai basil and cilantro. It’s a mouth-watering combination of sweet, sour, salty with lots of contrasts in texture. The flavor is a perfect balance that will not make you disappointed.

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You will have big chance to make a lantern by yourself during this tour. Lanterns are made of Vietnamese silk, which is made from silk worms famous in Asia. The silk has beautiful colors and meaningful patterns. You can choose lanterns with wooden frames, some made from very precious wood,  with a painting of a legend on each side of the lantern. They are all hand made from bamboo, silk, and wood. Once lighted, lanterns will illuminate with marvelous, mysterious light...

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" Canyoning"  means to swing on a rope and across the falls. It is considered to be one of the best ways to explore and conquer nature as well as challenge your heart and your brain. We call it “Canyoning in Dalat” because it will give you a sense of being immersed in the white freshwater. Usually, you will be guided on how to use the rope and equip some must-have facilities to rappel down the dry cliffs or the wet cliffs by a team of professional instructors. Then,...

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Have you ever dreamed of walking at the bottom of the sea and looking what goes on down there? It is not a drean anymore as you can discover underwater walking experience right at Cham island. Start from Cua Dai Wharf, you will board a traditional boat and enjoy a 1-hour ride to Cham island. There you will be provided a helmet with a transparent visor and head on down to explore this World Biosphere Reserve recognized by UNESCO. At the depth of 5-6 meters under the blue...

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Elephant waterfall with a height of over 30m, 15m wide, 25km far from Da Lat city to the southwest is one of the most powerful waterfall in Dalat, with the wind cave having narrow entrance between two cliffs, but inside the cave there are many wide spaces and full of wind. Elephant waterfall looks like a lively picture which has been carved by nature with the particularly interesting caves hide after craggy cliffs and many rocks now appear, now disappear look like as many...

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Vietnam is one of the world's biggest coffee exporters, and much of the highlands surrounding Dalat in Central Vietnam is given over to plantations.The central highlands of Vietnam provide the ideal climate for growing tea and coffee. Although it may not have the same international reputation as coffee producers like Colombia or Kenya, Vietnam has become one of the biggest exporters of coffee in the world - second only to Brazil.The Vietnamese themselves are great...

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Emperor cruises was inspired by the luxurious life of Emperor Bao Dai, Vietnam's last emperor. Emperor Cruises' purpose is to bring you to Experience Every Moment with us by being treated as kings and queens, indulging in services such as music, fine arts, architecture, culture, cuisines, history, and outdoor activities where everything is all included. Let's say no with the hustle and bustle and immerse yourself with an unique private itinerary: the Nha Trang Discovery...

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Just only 4 km from the Hoi An ancient town, An Bang beach is recently praised as the most popular beach in Hoi An among tourists with a long stretch of smooth sand shore and an array of seaside activities. Some of the most popular activities at An Bang Beach are swimming, paddle-boarding, and surfing. You can also expect parasailing, jet skiing, and even stand up paddleboarding which are newly updated by some locals and expats’ centres. With the increasing influx of...

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Ban Gioc is known as the most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam, the largest in Southeast Asia and the fourth largest natural waterfall in the waterfalls located on a national border line. Ban Gioc Waterfalls is located in Dam Thuy commune, Trung Khanh district, Cao Bang province, about 20 km from the center of Trung Khanh district to the Northeast. Ban Gioc waterfalls is like a white silk strip which is being woven by fairies in Northeastern mountains.The waterfall...

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O Quy Ho Pass is the king of pass at Vietnam and stand at the first of “4 great pass of Vietnam” which connects two Northern provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau. Coming through the pass, it is quite interesting to experience different weather types at almost same time (the side of Lao Cai is misty, the side of Lai Chau is sunny). From the pass, we can admire the imposing panorama of Fansipan mountain and Lai Chau’s beautiful valleys below blessed by nature. Come and see...

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Lying at the southern edge of Sapa about 35km from town, Thanh Phu Village is among the most remote villages and home to the Tay Minority, one of the earliest known minorities in Vietnam. As with most Tay villages, Thanh Phu is  based at the foot of two mountain ranges and is  named after the tallest peak in the area. One of interesting way to explore Thanh Phu Village that is trekking through the green valleys, streams, forests and buffalo trails through rice...

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Hiding so far from the busy town of Sapa is Thanh Kim village, a very small collection of homes perched on the valley side amongst shady trees above the rice terraces. Enjoy your idyllic day slowly working our way towards the mountains and down the valley side, no-one around except a few villagers (Red Dao) going about their business and lively schoolchildren, a few grazing animals making up movements in the landscape. If lucky enough, you may come upon clouds of colourful...

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Sin Ho town is located on the highest peak of the Sin Ho plateau in Lai Chau province, over 2,000m above sea level, and surrounded by verdant mountain ranges and clouds. In early morning, you can be overwhelmed in a sea of white clouds which is typically magical scenes in the area. The town looks poetic filled with villages up and down the mountains. Setting a walk through the ethnic villages dotted by simple wooden houses, you can see Dao women sitting on their thresholds...

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Catch the fantastic Lang Toi (My Village) Show whilst you're in Hanoi and witness a visual spectacle that narrates the beauty of the Northern Vietnamese villagers' lifestyle. In an hour long performance, you'll have a panorama of the daily activities of the locals depicted through rhythmic dance and daring acrobatics coupled with bamboo props and over 20 instruments that produce the music that adds life to the show. Learn about the farmers, the village games, building...

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Situated in the center of Dalat city, it is an artificial lake with approximately 5 km2 circumference, and 25 ha wide. Xuan Huong Lake has long been famous for immerse pine forests, green lawns, and wonderful flower gardens. It is also a favorite rendezvous for tourists who love walking or using stagecoach to visit Dalat city.The crescent-moon-shaped lake covered an area of nearly 43ha, stretching around 7 km through numerous tourist attractions in Dalat City as Dalat Flower...

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Discover Bau Truc Pottery Village

 Phan Rang- Thap Cham

Bau Truc is a famous pottery craft village of the Cham ethnic group. It has existed since the reign of Cham King Po Klong Garai (1151-1205) and is considered one of the oldest pottery villages in Southeast Asia.Villagers take soft sand from the Quao River and mix with clay to create the basic material with high adhesion. The techniques they use have been passed down from generation to generation. All stages, from drying and soaking the materials in water, mixing sand and...

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Truc Lam Pagoda is a Zen Buddhist monastery six kilometres south of Da Lat city centre. Set on top of a hill shrouded in pine forest, it’s a pleasure to take a quiet stroll through the grounds which are full of exceptionally pretty gardens.Built in 1994, the main ceremonial hall is flanked by a drum temple and bell temple. What’s refreshing, aside from the fresh air and flutter of bird song, is that this is an active temple which means you’ll get a glimpse of monastic...

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The palace was built from 1933 to 1937 under the dynasty of King Bao Dai, the last king of Vietnam feudal court. The palace was designed in the art deco style and lies in the middle of a pine forest near the Pasteur Institute. In the past, this villa was constructed as a retreating place King Bao Dai and his royal family to escape the summer heat but after 1950, when the French colonial came back to Vietnam, the palace occupied a role as the office and house of the...

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Vinpearl Land is gradually becoming a tourist attraction in Nha Trang. Thanks to its luxury and world-class tourism complex and services, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang is worthy one of the most appealing entertainment centers in Vietnam.Situated in Hon Tre Island, Nha Trang Bay - one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world, with a luxury and modern complex of tourism and leisure resorts in Vietnam, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang is annually honored to welcome millions of tourists....

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One of the best way to experience the nightlife of Nha Trang is the dinner trip with Emperor Cruise Junk where professional staff will make sure you have a wonderful night out. The junk offers pick-up and drop-off services within 20km in Nha Trang city. On arrival, you are greeted warmly with a welcome drink as well as the introduction to the journey. Cruising through the spectacular landscape of Nha Trang Bay, you will enjoy the gastronomical pleasure of a 5-course seafood...

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Po Nagar Cham temple complex was built between 8th and 11th centuries by the Cham people who once ruled the central plain of Vietnam. The Cham people, who were Hindu in origin, had their own Sanskrit-based script. They are renowned for their skills in sculpture and architecture and left behind a legacy of artifacts and temple settlements not only in Vietnam, but also Cambodia and Thailand.Po Nagar Cham Towers were built to honour the goddess Po Nagar- literally translated as...

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Hang Tien is located in Tuyen Hoa district of Quang Binh province and it is one of the most amazing caves in Phong Nha Ke Bang national park. It was discovered by the Royal Association of British Caving in 1994 and is now officially exploited for tourism service.This cave has the length of 3km and subdivided into 2 branches with a wide entrance. The height of 70m and width of about 50m.Hang Tien, which means cave of fairies in Vietnamese, has the unreal nature beauty that...

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There are many caves in this limestone mountain area with stalagmites and stalactites, as well as underground rivers and waterfalls. Tu Lan Cave System comprises over 10 caves, some of which were originally discovered and explored in 1992, and some of which were just found in the past couple years.Hang Ton (Ton cave), first found in 1992 and explored more in depth in 2012, appears first on the horizon on a trek to this intricate cave system.There are more than 10 caves in Tu...

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Just 5-10 minutes’ drive away from Ban Gioc Waterfalls, Nguom Ngao Cave is one of the most spectacular cave systems in Vietnam. The limestone grotto is huge and attractive with various stalactites. Create by an underground river, the cave extends for about 3km, reaching heights of 60 meters. It was discovered only in 1921 and opened to tourists in 2006. It’s a must visit with a paved one way 1 km path for tourist, the time taken would range from 1-2 hrs depending on how...

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Bong Lai Valley is a beautiful rural valley in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park area and is interlinked with farms and small villages. What makes Bong Lai Valley so popular amongst travellers are the serpentine roads that lead up to it and wind through it, complimented by the surreal landscapes and silhouettes you’ll see in the area. The seemingly infinite flat rice fields are gorgeously brought to life by the surrounding towering Karst Mountains and hills. All you...

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Bach Ma national Park is about 40km to the south of Hue city and 65km to the North of Da Nang. With the beauty of semi- tropical rain forest and cool climate, Bach Ma National Park is famous as an ideal resort for tourists to relax and explore the wild beauty of nature. It has a diversity of flora and fauna and is the home to many rare animals. Going to Bach Ma, visitors can walk, have a panoramic view of the mountains, rivers,...

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Located near the center of Hue imperial city, Thuy Bieu village is known for its serenity, immense grapefruit gardens and hundreds of years old houses. The name Thuy Bieu may originate from the three sides of Thuy Bieu village surrounded by romantic Perfume River (Thuy means water and Bieu means a gourd). Local people eke out a living mainly out of rice cultivating, gardening and handicraft making.

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Thanh Toan village in Thuy Thanh commune, Huong Thuy district is one of the most beautiful villages in Hue. The village, 8km east of Hue, is famous for its beautiful roads, peaceful rural landscape and particularly the tile-roofed bridge, which has become a popular destination for tourists.It’s a peaceful village with beautiful scenery. It’s also possible for tourists to cross the rice fields and find yourself in the middle of the field harvesting rice and herding ducks...

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A visit to Hue would not be complete without a boat excursion on the gentle Perfume River, or else you cannot feel the romance of Hue .The Perfume River (Vietnamese: Sông Hương or Hương Giang) is a river that crosses the capital city of Hue, in the central Vietnamese province of Thua Thien Hue. Perfume or Huong River is around 80 kilometers long, and owes its name to the fact that it flows through many forests of aromatic plants before reaching Hue, bringing with it a...

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This is a combination of western BBQ and Vietnamese spring rolls and they are perfectly for each other. First of all, the grilled pork will be prepare in the Vietnamese charcoal grill after marination. You will not eat grilled pork alone, however, because there will also be rice papers and vegetables. Diners will then wrap the tasty pork and vegetable with the rice papers, and dip into the sauce. It is quite difficult in the wrapping process, yet it will be a fun little...

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You will not have a total experience with Hoi An’s food if you do not taste local specialties bánh bao and bánh vạc. Rice is the main ingredient for making the two kinds of dumplings, and both are always served on the same dish and share the same sauce. Bánh vạc is filled with ground shrimps, crushed pepper, garlic, onions, lemongrass and esoteric species while the bánh bao filling includes pork, mushroom, thinly sliced onions stir-fried with the esoteric species....

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Hoi An is not the only home to chicken rice in Vietnam, but local people have developed its recipe and built reputations for the dish. Ingredients are selected carefully, including jasmine rice, a chicken, onions and sauce. Boiled chicken is cut into small pieces and then they are mashed with crushed onions, Vietnamese coriander and other spices to absorb their flavors. Rice is cooked with species and boiled with chicken broth. A bowl of chicken rice is served with shredded...

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Hoi An Ancient Town, located on the banks of Thu Bon River in the central province of Quang Nam, today becomes one of the most visited tourism destinations in Vietnam. As one of major trading ports in Southeast Asia dating from 15th century to 19th century, the city has many historical and cultural features, and is a unique mixture of different architectural styles.Not only famous for its heritage values recognized by UNESCO, Hoi An is known as a heaven for food lovers to...

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My Son Hindu Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a great sample of the ancient Champa civilization located in the southern part of Vietnam. It was an independent state from around the 2nd to the 17th century, at which time it was occupied by Vietnam. The impressive Hindu-themed ruins feature many beautiful stone sculptures, temples and towers in tropical jungle surroundings. 

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The Basket Boat is locally named the “Thung Chai” originate from Vietnam and are considered very valuable for the owners which is made of bamboo and are mainly used by fisherman in Central Vietnam. Most of fishermen who are working in the ocean or river really need to use it for their livelihood because of its convenience . Because of its unique and little know to many tourists . Come to us you will meet lots of local warm-hearted people who will show you and teach you...

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Located 3 km away from the center of Hoi An, Tra que (tcha wé) is well-known as the only freshest and cleanest vegetable supporter for Hoi An local foods. You can easily get there by motorbike, bicycle or simply a light walk.This village has a perfect location between the old town of Hoi An and An Bang beach.What makes Tra que village special is no chemical or toxic used in the plant growing process. It is to guarantee the best quality of vegetables. With a short visit to...

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Mi Quang means “noodles from the Quang Nam province” and this is a countryside delicacy. We say that Cao Lau is the Hoi An city treat, Mi Quang is the country treat. The noodle is yellow or white in color and made from rice flour. It is mixed with chicken and vegetables, and topped with grilled rice paper and spices.

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Seafood Salad with mixed Vietnamese Herbs is a big emphasis on fresh vegetables, herbs, as well as seafood. Cooked shrimp, squid and salad mixture are mixed in a large bowl. Add the mint, peanuts, and sesame seeds just before serving then transfer the mixture to the pineapple boat and serve immediately with pieces of crispy rice paper.

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Crispy Hoi An Pancakes with Shrimp, Herbs & a Peanut Sauce or Banh Xeo Hoi An is one of famous specialties in this ancient town. For simple, it is savoury pancake with pork and bean sprouts inside. Banh Xeo Hoi An is small with a thic better served with sweet and creamy peanut sauce with al pleasant smell.

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Shrimp Rice Paper Rolls are a fresh and versatile appetizer or side, or a light lunch. Succulent shrimp and cool, crisp veggies are tossed in a simple sauce and rolled up in rice paper wrappers. Serve with extra soy sauce or tamari, or even sweet chili sauce for dipping, and these easy rice paper rolls pack a ton of flavor and texture. Make this healthy rice paper rolls recipe ahead of time for everyone to snack on at a party as gluten free appetizers.

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Fresh rice paper is an essential part of fresh rice paper rolls which is the same as rice paper but without sun drying. The main ingredient to make fresh rice paper is pure rice flour which is coated over a thin cloth and cooked by steam.

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From Hoi An old town, visitors usually explore Thu Bon river by boat or participate in an established cruise. Sitting on a boat, you will be attracted by the bustle of craft villages along the river’s bank such as Thanh Ha for pottery, Phuoc Kieu for bronze casting, Tra Que for vegetables, Ma Chau for silk and Phu Chiem for rice paper. Besides, visitors also can enjoy some local markets to experience deeply the rural life and friendly people here. 

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Da nang Marble Mountains is actually a group of five limestone and marble mountains. Each minor mountains has each distinctive name which follows the five ancient Chinese philosophy elements: the Water, the Metal, the Fire, the Earth and the Wood. It is a combination of many different factors from the beautiful nature to many historical structures and arts. By coming here, you can learn many new things about history as well as local belief.

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If you are looking for a short amazing trekking experience, head to Khuoi My village on Tay Con Linh Peak from Thon Tha village. As you walk the mountains paths, Ha Giang's countryside will unfold before your eyes and offer breathtaking scenes of a sparkling rice terrace, forests and a tea field. Besides, this is a homeland of 200 families from the Dao ethnic group where villagers eager to share stories about their history, culture and traditions, so feel free to talk with...

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Trekking adventure to Hoang Su Phi takes you to the untouched beauty of Thong Nguyen Commune with plenty of terraced rice fields, forests, mountains and the rustic charm as the idyllic atmosphere here. We will set out on a 6-7 hour trek depending upon your physical condition. The trek is generally moderate and was designed to provide an authentic Vietnamese rural experience by exploring many villages situated on high altitudes around Thong Nguyen. During the hike, we can...

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Hoang Su Phi is a rural district of Ha Giang province in the northeastern region of Vietnam, and it is inhabited mostly by the Dao, Nung, H'Mong ethnic group which allows you to gain a deeper insight into their local daily lives and culture. This district is rested in a beautifully remote area of green mountain jungle, beautiful valleys, streaming rivers and we could not help but feel surrounded by nature. Staying overnight at Hoang Su Phi, you will definitely relax at the...

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Lung Khuy Cave is one of the most beautiful caves in the rocky plateau, is a masterpiece created by millennia of geological activities. This cave is around 300m in length with many different branches, magnificent stalactites and fancy shapes stimulating the imagination of travellers. Visiting the cave, you will have an amazing chance to walk along the earthen road for more than one kilometre and witness the outstanding scenery along the way; and when going inside the cave,...

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The hill-tribe market is a special cultural trait in the mountainous northern regions of Vietnam, and Dong Van Market (Sundays only) is amongst the most outstanding gatherings known by tourists. The style of the market is the combination of the Vietnamese culture and Chinese culture which makes it become a colourful market depicting the very best of the whole region. Explore the market, you will sense all the sights, sounds and tastes of the traditional hill-tribe market and...

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Ha Thanh, a community-based cultural tourism village in Phuong Do commune, Ha Giang Province, has preserved several traditional stilt-houses of the Tay. This is one of the attractive villages where is a stream flowing from the mountain village of A to the valley, in the water season, forming a beautiful waterfall called "waterfall No.6". You will get better knowledge about their customs and spiritual values of the Tay people and also enjoy the alluring atmosphere...

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Well known for its rustic beauty with 100% of the population of the Tay minority people, Thon Tha Village is an attractive destination not only to domestic tourists but also to international tourists. Visiting the village and you will have a wonderful time getting to know the locals in the village, getting to see a part of the local customs and probably having a chance to try to harvest rice and cook Vietnamese food. You will have one night staying away from the crowds to...

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The Ma Pi Leng Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.500m (4,921ft) above the sea level. This pass is located on the Happiness Road connecting Dong Van and Meo Vac with a length of about 20 km. The name of this pass is the name of the most dangerous road in Vietnam, in the province of Ha Giang. Being one of the "four great mountains passes" in the mountains of northern Vietnam, next to O Quy Ho Pass, Khau Pha Pass and Pha Din Pass, Ma Pi Leng has become an...

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The house of a local family in Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, has been an appealing destination for visitors to the mountainous province after it was used for the film of "Chuyen Cua Pao" (The Story of Pao). After crossing a buckwheat field with both sides coloured in pink of buckwheat flowers, you will arrive the nearly-seventy-old-year Pao's house which has been to four generations and is fascinated by the unique architectural mark of the H'Mong ethnic minority...

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Quan Ba Heaven Gate is the first gateway to the global geological park of Dong Van stone plateau. The story behinds the name is in 1939, the French built a huge door made of 150cm thick wood at the gates of heaven. Today the gate is no longer and replaces with a sign in both Vietnamese and English words: "Cong Troi Quan Ba". This is definitely the most ideal place to have a glimpse of the Dong Van plateau, looking backwards downhill, the zigzag road weaving between...

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Quan Ba Fairy Mountain (also known as Twin Mountains) is one of the highlights of the land Ha Giang which stands out from the crowd for its wild scenery, majestic nature and endless range of limestone mountains. Not only have a chance to admire its beauty, but you can also get better knowledge about its story which through a legend, local people still believe in it with their thought that "the fairy's milk from her breast has provided good weather and fruitful crops for this...

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Pho Bang Village is a small and peaceful town which is tucked away in a private valley of Ha Giang. Travelling here, you will be amazed by the extremely charming atmosphere and the unique architectural mark of the ancient Chinese as Pho Bang is located close to the Vietnam-China border. Besides, take a walk deeper into the town, you will easily see the old wall, the silver door faded from time to time, the baby in the old clothes with red cheeks. This is where the alluring...

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Hua Ma Cave (Horse's head) is well known for its untouched and enigmatic beauty. When you enter the cave, you will be amazed by plenty of beautiful stalactites and stalagmites in various shapes and size such as flowers, small towers, a formal court of mandarins in the feudal time, etc. All of them has been naturally shaped during the many-thousand-year process of geological changes. That's why Hua Ma Cave is not only a beautiful spot but also a mysterious destination that...

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The Hang Kia valley, found in Mai Chau district in the northern province of Hoa Binh, has become an ideal destination due to its majestic mountains whose peaks are often immersed in white clouds. Its moderate climate gives scenic views and allows beautiful flowers to grow throughout the year. It has two mountain ranges, Xa Linh and Luong Xa, which have created several valleys, inhabited by a large number of residents.

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Nha Trang no doubt is a tourist hub in Vietnam, with a lot more of a Western influence than other areas of the country. For ocean lovers, Nha Trang has over 12,00 hectares of official marine reserve. The coral filled area is known as Hon Mun Marine Protected Area and is where is the best place to do snorkeling or diving in Nha Trang.It is the perfect place for both diving and snorkeling in Nha Trang as the water is not too deep meaning it is a great place for...

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Impressive performance!, Beyond anyone’s expectations!, An absolute must!, A very pleasant surprise!, Unexpectedly good!, Fantastic show!, In one word AWESOME!, Best Show I Have Ever Seen!, Mesmerising cultural show with a modern twist!, No he visto nada igual en mi vida!, Visual Excellence!,...There are some comments in a forest of feedbacks of people from all over the world about Hoi An Memories show.This grand cultural performance sweeps you up and takes you on a...

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A true Saigon is going to surely be shown to your eyes on this vespa motorbike journey. Getting on a scooter in one of the busiest cities in the world with a stranger seemed like a sensible idea. Walking is not popular in Ho Chi Minh City – a city with 7.43 million motorbikes – so being on one is the ideal way to see the buzzing centre of the city. Let's experience the feeling when scooters, taxis, buses and bikes come at you from every angle. Though...

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Pa Co is located about 20 kilometers from Mai Chau. It is a popular destination, especially among young people, who want to know about life in the Northwest. Pa Co market for this is a good starting point. For people from ethnic groups, a visit to the local market an irreplaceable activity in daily life. Every Sunday, Hmong from Moc Chau and Thay from Mai Chau to the market in Pa Co to sell their handmade products. The merchandise, which they place on the...

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Fansipan Mountain is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula. With the altitude of 3,143m above sea level, the mountain is located in the center of Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range. The flora is relatively diverse in Fansipan. The mountain is to be approved as one of the very few ecotourist spots in Vietnam. There are 1,680 plant species divided into 679 families of 7 groups, many of which belong to rare and precious group. Below the foothills is home to the...

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Coc Ly Market is held on every Tuesday. Though it is not a big market, Coc Ly plays an extremely important role to ethnic minorities in the west of Bac Ha. This is the rendezvous for meeting, goods exchanging, and purchasing of Hoa (Chinese) Mong, Dao Den (Black Dao) and Nung ethnic people. Goods sold in the market is the local products and utensils brought from the plains or imported from China. In addition, the market is a meeting place to display affection and...

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Ta Phin village is one of ideal attractions in Sapa because of its unspoiled sceneries, well-remained culture and special traditions of Red Dzao ethnic group. Nestled in a beautiful and pristine valley, Ta Phin is far from the busy streets of Sapa. Walking around the village, tourists can easily catch sights of Red Dzao women in very beautiful and colorful dress made from brocade gathering together with threads and cloths in their hands. The local people are quite...

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Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to see Mui Ne from the open 'cockpit' of a hot air balloon! Vietnam Balloons is operated by experienced Lithuanian pilots and they are flying a German-made balloon. Depending on the wind direction and speed of the morning the pilots will chose different launch sites and you get to see slightly different scenery but whatever the winds do, you will appreciate a birds-eye view of the Vietnamese coastline and the mountain ranges to the...

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The overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa is one of the most popular experiences which tourists often seek for when planning a trip to this mountainous destination. Trains operate between Hanoi and Lao Cai station, about 35 km from Sapa. They leave Hanoi at 10pm each day and they take from 7.5 to 8.5 hours to reach Lao Cai. From this station, it is more than another hour of driving to reach Sapa town.

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Far away from Sapa busy streets and hidden in the foggy cloud, Ta Van village is one of the best choices in Sapa for homestay services. Stay overnight at the homestay in Ta Van village, tourists will have a chance to fully experience the daily life of the ethnic groups, discover the indigenous culture and communicate with the Giay and Dao ethnic communities. Moreover, Ta Van also offers beautiful trails for an enjoyable trek amongst the green terrace rice fields and...

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Most people concentrate on the rice terraces and the valley. Take few hours to drive uphill for a short drive from Sapa town to Tram Ton Pass. Well worth the effort. Breathtaking views of the valley. You are going to be really overwhelmed with the beauty of the area and the incredible views from the winding road of Tram Ton Pass.

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Silver Waterfall is far about 15 kilometers from Sapa toward Lai Chau; tourists take approximately 30 minutes by motorbike or bus to visit one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam. The scenery along the way, the pine forest, and the 'su su' spread over the hills. With more than 100 meters high, white water poured down the stream. Walk up 400 steps to the top. There are plenty to views on the way up and down for photo sessions. The water has a pristine look...

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The Bich Dong Pagoda was built by 2 Buddhist monks: Tri Kien and Tri The. When entering the pagoda, you will have to pass over a stone bridge and go through a beautifully decorated gate. Once you pass through the Bich Dong Pagoda gate you will find yourself in an oasis of tranquility. Take your time to admire and explore the place

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The natural landscape of Tam Coc runs in a small rowing boat plying the River Ngo Dong, where in addition to the impressive landscape we can also contemplate the rice fields. This zone of Vietnam has more than 350 hectares (including Tam Coc and Bich Dong).Undoubtedly the most impressive of Tam Coc are rice fields when at its best, with a bright green with yellow, ending in the beginning of the cliffs of the rock formations.We call the paddy fields of Tam Coc as the Green...

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Situated in Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province, far about 100 km from Hanoi capital to the south, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital is specially the national-level important cultural-historical relics. This is also the first capital of the centralized feudal state in Vietnam with numerous historical landmarks. Though having been chosen as the capital of Dai Co Viet (an old name of Vietnam) for a short time - within 42 years, Hoa Lu Ancient Capital witnessed such...

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Far about 82 km from Hanoi capital to the south, Van Long Nature Reserve is situated in the north of Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh province.As the transition region between the plain and the mountainous region, the reserve retains the diverse and varied terrain, including a tropical forest ecosystem in karst and the vast system of marshes. Heaving rock islands standing in immense waters has turn Van Long into a unique complex and charming landscapes, a great potential land in...

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Perched 1,500m high on a mountain, a hill resort inherited from the French, Ba Na Hills provides a welcome change from the coast. The site was first developed by the French in the 1920s, who escaped the summer heat for its cool, mountain air. Given the weather, you may have to content yourself with a more atmospheric scene of mountains wreathed in mist, but while it’s raining on the lower slopes, the summit may be above the clouds, enjoying brilliant view from the...

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Amazing experience to conquer the top of Indochina – Fansipan Mount Peak in Sapa, by cable car, just have a seat tight in a cabin, within only 15 minutes, you will reach the top of Fansipan at 3,143m high. Recently opened for tourists, the cable route has welcomed thousands of visitors coming to Sapa to make their dream of conquering the highest Indochina peak to be real.In the past, Fansipan normally takes climbers two days to cross the challenging route to...

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