Tips for travelling in Chau Doc
Châu Đốc is a city in An Giang Province, bordering Cambodia, in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The...
Smiling lion, wooden fish
I entered a huge three-story gallery whose plain white walls were covered with paintings of strange creatures. Under the...
Lift up your heads, you mighty gates
Since ancient times, the village gate has served as more than just an entrance or exit. Many villages have...
Sex scene Carvings in Phu Lao Temple

Phu Dinh Temple is located in Dao My Commune, Lang Giang, Bac Giang province. The temple was built in Le Dynasty in 1688. The temple is valuable architectural historical artifact that had last more than 400 years

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Kut Entrance Ceremony of Brahmin the Cham people

The Cham people believe when the bones were put in Kut, then that the soul of the dead can join with the ancestors and go into the eternal world of the ancestors, family and gods.

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The intact 300-year-old temple in Bac Giang

Located in Bac Giang province, Dinh Vuong Temple was constructed on a scale and broad textures. In spite of the age, nearly 300, the temple stays intact because the temple didn’t go through any restoration in the past.

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Ancient Look of the Pagoda Around the West Lake

Going to the pagoda in the days of the New Year is an inseparable part of the Vietnamese. The pagoda is not only the religious location, but also the convergence of culture, unique architecture.

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An Exciting Co Loa Festival

Cổ Loa Citadel (Vietnamese: Thành Cổ Loa) is a citadel built near Phong Khe, about 20 km to the North of today’s Hanoi, during the end of the Hồng Bàng Dynasty (about 257 BCE).

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The Most Famous Pagodas in Vung Tau

Thích Ca Phật Đài (Platform of Shakyamuni Buddha) is a notable Theravada Buddhist temple in the coastal city of Vung Tau in southern Vietnam

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Rice, Vietnamese, and The Arsenal of Tasty Cuisines

Rice has been one of the most important assets this country has, along with its diligent and creative people. Rice appears in every meal, regardless it is in the hurry morning or in the family dinner. Rice is the jewel, the pearl of this land.

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Yen Tu Festival

On February 28th (January 10th in lunar calendar), the opening ceremony of Yen Tu Festival took place in Giai Oan yard, Yen Tu, Thuong Yen Cong Commune, Uong Bi City, Quang Ninh Province. This year, Yen Tu Festival will last to April 28th.

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Pushing back the darkness

Humans had only rice thatch to eat, so they asked Buddha for help. Buddha told them to grow only sweet potatoes. That year people were happy, and the demon got only the leaves to chew.

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Firecraker festival is a gay old time

Tet 2013, I went to see a festival in Dong Ky village in Tu Son District, Bac Ninh Province, near Hanoi. It began with a firecracker procession. A train of hundreds of young men brought two gigantic cracker models and rolls of ‘small cracker model,’ each roll over 100 metres long, to the village communal house.

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