The Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Do Thong urged relevant departments to well prepare for offering sighseeing tours in and around Bai Tu Long Bay.
A corner of Bai Tu Long Bay – Luxury Halong Bay Cruise
As soon as setting foot on Hanoi city, you should take a stroll and dicover favorite food in Hanoi cause it is one of your must-do list
1. Dried beef and papaya salad in Hoan Kiem Lake
On Dinh Tien Hoang street – Hoan Kiem Lake, it is always crowded because of the famous “Nộm” restaurant (“Nộm” is the indigenous salad of Vietnamese cuisine)
This dish is a combination of a variety of grated papaya, roasted peanuts pounded, marjoram, and dried beef tendon. Other ingredients include spice, herbs. The salad is mixed, soaked in vinegar, sugar, garlic, pepper, and seasoned with salt.
The dish is not sophisticated but More >
Are you looking forward to have a memorable and enjoyable holiday with your family? Or are you looking for a couple’s holiday? Then the perfect tourist for your holidays can be Vietnam. This place is filled with nature’s beauty along with its rich cultural heritage, mixed with a pinch of modernity. It is a perfect holiday spot which offers you with many options for recreation. This place has been listed as one of the top tourist spot in the whole world. And each year more thousands of people Travel to Vietnam as tourists. Moreover this place also has a wide More >
Can Tho is the largest city in the Mekong Delta, and as such has long been known as Tay Do, which means Capital of the West.
It’s big on scenery too, as I found out on a recent visit, and has retained its picturesque nature and escaped relatively unscathed by the rampant industrialization that has blighted much of Vietnam.
Situated on the south bank of the Hau River, the largest More >
Hang Ma street in Hanoi is famous for its votive object marketplace serving a range of spiritual ceremonies, including the Kitchen Gods Festival observed on the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month.
The Kitchen Gods are considered the guardians of every household’s kitchen. The one female and two male gods are said to maintain a kitchen’s fire throughout the year.
It is believed that on the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month every year the Kitchen Gods ride carps to Heaven and present a report on each household’s activities to the Jade Emperor.
To observe the ceremony, people buy and offer
Hanoian women have rushed to the famous flower villages of Nhat Tan and Quang Ba to take photos in the lead up to Tet holiday.
Due to the long-lasting cold spell, peach flowers have blossomed late compared to previous years.
People have arrived in Nhat Tan and Quang Ba from the early morning to plan their shoots.
In order to meet such a rising demand, several gardeners have designed a special corner for guests to take photos, charging them VND10,000-20,000, or about a dollar a person.
Many young guests tend More >
More than 100 ong do (Confucian teacher) from across the country will gather in the coastal city of Vung Tau this weekend for the second Confucian Teachers Union.
According to event organiser and general director of Viet Nam Record Book Centre VietKings, Le Tran Truong An, the weekend aims to highlight Vietnamese people’s traditional fondness for learning and calligraphic culture.
There will be numerous cultural activities, including calligraphy demonstrations and drum performances during the three-day event which runs from tomorrow until Sunday.
In addition, eight new calligraphy records will be showcased More >
Vietnam is a friendly and safe place to travel. With a sprinkling of common sense, your trip should be smooth and trouble free. Tourists usually complain about over-aggressive street vendors, tour operators with a bad attitude and dangerous driving. However, with a cool head and sensible planning, one can avoid these problems. DO’S 1.Greetings are no different to western countries, there are no cultural formalities that as a foreginer you would be expected to know or practise. 2.Vietnamese dress conservatively. Despite the heat, it’s best not to show off too much skin. If you do, especially More >
As one of the 20 largest waterfalls in the world, Ban Gioc Waterfalls in Cao Bang Province is a hugely popular destination and on a recent northern tour we gave into temptation.
It was really cold last week when we took the plunge, but we suppose the chilly weather brings out the romantic in me, so we didn’t waiver.
Feasting our eyes on this beautiful spot it was tough to listen to background information by the tour guide. Ban Gioc Waterfall on the Quy Xuan River More >
On display are 71 graphic works that use diverse printing techniques such as lithography, digital printing and photo etching in both realistic and abstract styles. The four artists work independently, and deliver fine arts lectures in the US.
President of the Viet Nam Fine Arts Association (VFAA) Tran Khanh Chuong said that the exhibition aimed to provide an opportunity for Vietnamese artists to study modern US printing techniques, while boosting cultural exchanges between More >