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Our blogs provide all necessary information about Vietnam from culture to destinations, from local food and drink to Vietnam tradition, or festivals and events. Besides, We also give the latest travel news, travel experience, useful advice and tips when traveling to Vietnam.

14 Jun

The ancient town of lanterns

Hoi An ancient town has many attractions for tourists to explore. Among them are traditional lanterns of different designs and colors. The beautiful masterpiece of this ancient town is a special product that tourists should not miss during the trip in Hoi An. Furthermore, it is believed that hanging a couple of lanterns in front of each Vietnamese’s house will surely bring warmth and happiness to family. Thanks to its skill in design and durability, lanterns of Hoi An leave great impression on every tourist. Particularly, tourists will be attracted by...

31 May

Jade Emperor Pagoda in Ho Chi minh

Emperor Jade Pagoda or Ngoc Hoang Pagoda, which is also known as Tortoise Pagoda, has become popular as one of the most Ho Chi Minh City’s spectacularly atmospheric temples with statues of phantasmal divinities and grotesque heroes. It was also the first stop-over of U.S President Barack Obama during his landmark Vietnam visit. Ngoc Hoang Pagoda was built in 1909 by a Cantonese who migrated from Guangzhou province in Southwest China, in honor of the supreme Taoist god (called the Jade Emperor or King of Heaven, Ngoc Hoang). It is a...

31 May

Halong acknowledged a must-see attraction in Vietnam

Halong Bay is the perfect getaway for those who want to escape from the busy life and return to the tranquil moments when watching the sun slowly set on the sea. The Bay of Descending Dragon has become a popular tourist destination in Vietnam’s northern region for over the past two decades. It is the best place for exploring wonderful limestone caves as well as joining adventure activities like kayaking or rock climbing. Thanks to the recent breakthroughs in infrastructure development, the influx of investment and the efforts of the local authorities,...

23 May

Uncle Ho’s house recognized a special historical site

Uncle Ho’s house is located at No. 48 Hang Ngang Street in the Old Quarter of Hanoi. It is where President Ho Chi Minh wrote the Declaration of Independence that gave birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2d, 1945. This ancient house has recently been acknowledged among nation’s special historical and cultural sites. The 48 Hang Ngang Street belongs to Trinh Van Bo and was used to be the temporary residence of President Ho Chi Minh on his return from Viet Bac to Hanoi during the first days...