Tips for Travelling Ly Son Island – The New Gem of Vietnam Tourism

April 16, 2018

If you have a chance to travel to Vietnam, don’t forget to come and explore Ly Son Island – a new emerging heaven for both local and foreign tourists. Located on the coast of Quang Ngai Province, Ly Son can be an ideal spot for anyone with the fresh and cheap seafood, beautiful mountains, spirituality temples, breathtaking landscapes and blue crystal beach. Some information below can be useful for you…

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Top Vietnam’s most beautiful places

April 11, 2018

Thanks to its S-shape and lengthy coastline, Vietnam is home to wildly diverse landscapes. From North to South, travelers will be surrounded by photogenic sceneries from lush rice terraces in northern Sapa to the white sandy beaches of Phu Quoc. In addition, the country is also known for its French architectures as the result of being a French colony from 1887 to 1954. In central region, the UNESCO heritage route…

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NEW Kong: Skull Island Tour in Vietnam – From movie to real experience

March 16, 2017

Let’s follow in the footstep of Kong to experience and enjoy amazing landscapes that were shot in Kong: Skull Island: Van Long Lagoon, Trang An Scenic Landscape in Ninh Binh, Halong Bay and Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. This is our newest Vietnam holiday package inspired by the American monster film directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts telling an adventure story centered on King Kong. Vietnam was selected as the…

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Top spots in Laos

July 27, 2016

A mountainous country that was long isolated from the outside world, the laid-back Laos promises unique and authentic adventure. It is probably the least-known destination in Southeast Asia, but you may think twice after reading 9 following spots. Vang Vieng Located approximately 150 north of Vientiane, the small town of Vang Vieng lies on the banks of Nam Song River surrounded with karst hill landscapes. Although Vang Vieng has no beautiful architectures,…

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Top experiences not be missed in Mekong Delta in summer

June 15, 2016

In addition to the ripened fruit orchards look so inviting to travelers, come to the Mekong Delta in the summer, tourists will experience a lot of interesting things that are unlike in any other region in Vietnam. Visit fruit orchards The year-round lush fruit gardens are the specialty of the southern provinces. These orchards offer different fruits depending on season and time. Summer is usually the main fruit season attracting…

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Kong: Skull Island in Vietnam

May 9, 2016

For the last few months, the media in Vietnam were flooded with news and photos of the movie Kong Skull Island being filmed in the country. Though this is not the first time a Hollywood film crew has picked Vietnam as a shoot location, it’s certainly the biggest one. Before, Vietnam missed the chances to become the filming site for many famous movies like: Tomorrow Never Dies in the James Bond Film…

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Water Puppetry, the Magic of Vietnamese Folklore

Becoming alive on water stage
April 11, 2016

Puppets that dance on the water are generally known as Vietnamese water puppetry. This is because the art is deemed to come from Vietnam. The exact time when it began is not known but an early record of the art was found on a stone stele dating back to the 11th century in the Red River Delta, North Vietnam. Initially, water puppetry only performed in ponds and paddy fields upon…

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How to spend 24 hours in Da Nang, Vietnam

March 30, 2016

Sip a coffee in a café near Han River, visit the Marble Mountains or see the city from Ban Co (Chessboard) peak just name some activities you can do within a day in Da Nang. Located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, Da Nang is flanked by the old world beauty of Hue imperial city, Hoi An ancient town and My Son Sanctuary. Thus it is considered the ideal…

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Thingyan – Myanmar’s traditional water festival

March 30, 2016

Usually falls around mid-April (the Burmese month of Tagu), Thingyan or New Year Water Festival is the most important celebration of Myanmar people. In Burmese, Thingyan means “change”, the change of the old year to the New Year, old life to new life, old circle to new circle. It is a Buddhist festival celebrated over a period of four to five days culminating in the New Year. Formerly the dates…

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Northeast Vietnam – The Real Adventure

March 29, 2016

For most travelers, the Northeast Vietnam is all about Halong Bay. But far north in the rugged mountains are some of the country’s most intriguing destinations filled with winding roads, dramatic waterfalls and remote ethnic minorities. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of big cities, this region offers an ideal getaway for those who love nature and want something different. Driving northbound about 280km from Hanoi capital, the first…

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