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Best Places for School Trips in Vietnam

Best Places for School Trips in Vietnam

Being home to breathtaking natural beauty, rich history, diverse culture, distinct customs and hospitable people, Vietnam is definitely an ideal destination for school trips. International students and teachers will have chance to discover, experience the country’s lifestyle, make friends and gain valuable knowledge while traveling. The S-shaped country has so much potential to offer for […] Read More
Tam Chuc Pagoda

Tam Chuc Pagoda

Inaugurated in May 2019, Tam Chuc Pagoda has attracted a large number of Buddhist followers and visitors thanks to its impressive architecture and spectacular landscapes. This is one of the tourist areas approved by the Prime Minister as a national key tourist area, promoting the development of the spiritual tourism. Only 1,5 hours driving from […] Read More
Places to spend your Christmas in Hanoi

Places to spend your Christmas in Hanoi

Santa Claus is coming to town and every corner of Hanoi is filled with cozy atmosphere of Christmas. Though Christmas is not an official holiday in Vietnam, the Vietnamese, especially the young are very excited about celebrating this event. Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam is a nice destination for visitors to celebrate Christmas when […] Read More
Vietnam Festivals

Vietnam Festivals

Vietnam festivals are colorful and varied from North to South, region to region. Joining in these festivals is a great way to witness, understand and absorb local culture, beliefs and traditions. So let’s check out the most famous festivals in Vietnam in the following article to get more information. Lunar New Year (Tet Nguyen Dan) […] Read More
Customs and Etiquette in Vietnam

Customs and Etiquette in Vietnam

Researching on the local customs and etiquette before traveling to a new country will help you understand more about their culture and also avoid embarrassing situations or offending anyone. In Vietnam, local people are very friendly, hospitable and willing to forgive if you do something inappropriate. However, it is much better and more appreciative to […] Read More
Vietnamese Art and 11+ Traditional Art Forms of Vietnam

Vietnamese Art and 11+ Traditional Art Forms of Vietnam

Vietnam has a long and rich history, same as its art. Art of Vietnam reflects a mixture of influences from thousand year of Chinese domination and the French during the colonial periods. However, the way that keeps Vietnamese art to survive are its approach to foreign influences and incorporate their quintessence into its own culture. […] Read More
Traditional Vietnamese Martial Arts

Traditional Vietnamese Martial Arts

Together with long history of expanding the border and defending the country, traditional martial arts have been an indispensable feature when it comes to Vietnamese culture. These martial arts are the traditional cultural heritage of Vietnam, created by Vietnamese or Vietnameseized from the borrowed martial arts worldwide, to make them suitable with the Vietnamese’s state, […] Read More
What to Buy in Vietnam: All the Best Vietnamese Souvenirs

What to Buy in Vietnam: All the Best Vietnamese Souvenirs

Vietnam boasts a culturally rich country with a beautiful landscape, interesting and complicated history, and hundred traditional handicraft villages. Traveling to Vietnam witness the busy local markets, chaotic bustling streets, a stretch of souvenir stalls, aroma cafe shops. Visiting market in Vietnam is the best way to immerse yourself in local cultures, dragging through the […] Read More
Things to do in Sapa

Things to do in Sapa

Located in Vietnam’s remote northwest mountains, Sapa is very well-known for its stunning natural landscapes, friendly local people and rich cultural diversity. Other than a famous trekking place, there is an endless list of things to do in Sapa that gives you the best experience during your trip. Keep reading and explore… Go trekking Sapa […] Read More
Things to do in Mekong Delta

Things to do in Mekong Delta

It is not exaggerated to say that a trip to Mekong Delta (locally called “Mien Tay”) is a must when visiting Vietnam, especially for those who love nature, rural life and local culture. Due to its special geography characteristics, the local people have created a unique way of life attached to rivers, which appeals a […] Read More