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...
The Most Unique Pagodas in Vietnam
The Great Pagoda is built in a very large scale, and represented the modern architecture. The Pagoda is located...
Tourist attractions in An Giang
An Giang Province is located to the west of the Mekong Delta between the Tien and Hau rivers and...
Tourist attractions in An Giang

An Giang Province is located to the west of the Mekong Delta between the Tien and Hau rivers and shares a 100km border with Cambodia in the north – west. It also shares border with Dong Thap Province in the east, Cantho City in the south – east, and Kien Giang Province in the south – west

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2 Rappers and the ‘Beautiful Saigon’ song

Young Saigonians are very active and always looking for new things from abroad. Rap is a genre that Wowy & Nah, the two rappers choose to express their ego

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Remembers Of The Old Hanoi’s Tet!

The Tet atmosphere was kept and passed along to many generations, but still it remained the same joyful and tender as it was the old days. In the old days of Tet, there was nothing much.

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Three glorious pagodas in one amazing city

Located remotely in three different locations: at Son Tra peninsula (bán đảo Sơn Trà) off the shore of Danang City, at Ba Na peak (đỉnh Bà Nà), and at Five elements mountains (Ngũ Hành Sơn), yet all three pagodas have the same name: Linh Ung (Linh Ứng.)

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Tale of Vietnamese Dragon

In Asian myths, no creature is as impressive as the dragon. For Vietnamese peasants, the dragon was a vivid symbol of the fourfold deity-clouds, rain, thunder and lighting.

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Vietnamese Traditional Stilt Houses

Four thousand years ago, Vietnamese people were building stilt houses similar to those in use today. Suited to flood-prone plains and to steep mountain slopes, these houses remain popular among many of Vietnam’s 54 different ethnic groups.

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Tet Nguyen Dan: tips for welcoming the new year in Vietnam

In Vietnam, Tet ushers in the New Year and is by far the biggest day on the national calendar. Tet rites begin a week before New Year’s Day, and the first three days of the New Year are official holidays, but the event visitors will really want to experience is New Year’s Eve

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Cai Rang Floating Market

It is said that “not being in Cai Rang floating market means not knowing the land of Tay Do – an old name of Can Tho”. Cai Rang floating market, one of the famous floating markets of the Southwest, specializes in selling fruits and agricultural products of the whole region.

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Masks of Vietnamese Opera

Tuồng or hát bội is a form of Vietnamese classical theatre. In the past, when spring and autumn came, Tuồng troupes used to be invited to entertain villagers, when the farming work was finished.

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The Mysterious Beauty of the Oldest Holy Ground in Vietnam

Throughout time and history, the Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn (Holy ground of My Son) has put on the ancient-color dress which has captivated the eyes and interests of many scientists, tourists who are curious about the long-lost civilization of the Kingdom of Champak and what is left of it.

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