Son Doong cave

Son Doong Cave – The Magneficent Jewel of Quang Binh Province

Formed about 2-5 million years ago, Son Doong Cave has a width of 150m, a height of 200m, and a length of nearly 9km. The estimated volume of Son Doong Cave is 38.5 million cubic meters.With such a size, Son Doong Cave has passed Deer Cave in Gunung Mulu National Park of Malaysia (with a height of 100m, width of 90m and length of 2km) to occupy the position as…

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Must-Visit Destinations in Lao Cai and Exciting Activities

Must-Visit Destinations in Lao Cai and Exciting Activities

Lao Cai is a mountainous province in the Northern Midlands of Vietnam. Possessing a favorable geographical position, in recent years, Lao Cai has actively developed tourism in various types, from cultural, ecological, spiritual to sports, and research. Regardless of tourism forms, the province plays an essential role in developing and bringing Vietnam’s image close to the globe. The Best Time to Visit Lao Cai The site has a tropical monsoon…

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Tam Coc rice fields

A Day in the Wonderful Golden Rice Fields in Tam Coc

During June, Tam Coc is at its most beautiful period of the year, ripe golden rice fields on both sides of the tranquil Ngo Dong River. Sitting on a boat sailing around Tam Coc, admiring the beautiful scenery are what everyone should try once when visiting Ninh Binh. Few people even call this a golden time for sightseeing and taking picture. From the end of May to July, Tam Coc…

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Explore Every Vietnam Appealing Landmark via a Car Trip

Explore Every Vietnam’s Appealing Landmark via a Car Trip

We have had a great vacation on a car trip in Vietnam. One afternoon when we were passing through the coastline of Tuy Hoa City (Phu Yen Province), we encountered a sudden thunderstorm. We didn’t go panic; in contrast, we were quite excited to have a fantastic experience as we got through the winding road, from which we saw a small floating village full of vivid rooftops and boats. As…

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The Beautiful Vietnamese Customs During Tet Holiday

Tet Holiday is the biggest holiday of Vietnam and few other countries that are influenced by Chinese culture. The origin of this occasion started more than 1000 years ago carrying the whole rich historical and cultural values. Tet Nguyen Dan, normally called Tet, means the feast of the first morning of the first day in Lunar Calendar, which usually falls around the end of January or in the middle of…

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Breathtaking Landscapes and Delicacies in the Stunning Son La

Breathtaking Landscapes and Delicacies in the Stunning Son La

Coming to Son La – a province in the North of Vietnam, to admire layers of mountains and discover unique cultural values is the intention of numerous tourists when planning to visit Northern Vietnam. Immersing themselves in the dreamy natural landscapes and experiencing the daily life of people living in the high-mountainous area must be a fantastic memory. Folk games in Moc Chau Moc Chau experience: an excellent trip! The…

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21 Best Food in Cambodia You Should Try When Visiting the Nation

21 Best Food in Cambodia You Should Try When Visiting the Nation

Compared to Thailand and Vietnam, the food in Cambodia may not be as famous as the cuisines of those neighboring countries. If you are planning to visit the charming territory and still wondering what to eat, check out those highlighted dishes! Indulge in the town of Kep Ten things to do during your time in Cambodia Seven reasons to visit Battambang once in a lifetime Fish Amok The national plate…

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Traveling to Vietnam by Train: Why not?

Vietnam is one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia, with its long coastline, rich natural values and magnificent landscapes. To discover the beauty of an S-shaped strip of land and experience the poetic lifestyle, perhaps there is no better choice than taking a train across the country. Whether there are quick or convenient ways, many visitors, especially foreigners, still view the train as an essential travel experience: a…

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Cu Chi Tunnels - a Destination to Back to Vietnam Wars

Cu Chi Tunnels – a Destination to back to Vietnam Wars

We only had less than two days to explore Saigon, so it was quite a hard mission to plan where to go and what to do. A part of us wanted to go around and tried some unique dishes, but in the end, we decided to visit Cu Chi Tunnels – one of the spots related to the Vietnam wars. As my dad and grandfather joined the Vietnam – American…

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The Traditional Music of the Three Regions of Vietnam

Vietnamese music is extremely diverse, thanks to the richness of the coexistence of cultures and also its contact with the outside world. Melodies and songs or musical instruments are one of the most vivid reflections of very diverse regional cultural identities. In addition to its contemporary music that is constantly enriching, the country has two very rich musical heritage namely traditional music and folk music. UNESCO has also included many…

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