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Memorable Day Trip To Ba Na Mountain


Situated approximately 45km west of Danang, Ba Na Mountain was reported as a summer retreat throughout the French colonial period. At present, the road to the mountain is paved smoothly that encourages visitors to invest their days off in. At the summit, there stand the remains of French villas accessible on foot that create a fantastic picture of former life ...

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Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival

Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival

As a traditionally unique festival of the locals in Do Son District, Hai Phong City, Buffalo Fighting Festival stands out of the list of the most favorable festivals in Vietnam. Have you ever heard anything around this remarkable event? Whether or not the answer is a big YES, it is worth pointing out that this festival is linked to customs of Water Goddess worshiping ...

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Best Time To Take Pictures Of Mu Cang Chai Terraced Rice Fields

Mu Cang Chai Falling Water Season

Mu Cang Chai is a rural district of Yen Bai province, in the northeastern region of Vietnam. From Hanoi, you follow the National Road 32, after 290km you arrive at Mu Cang Chai. The popular attraction of Mu Cang Chai lies in its terraced rice fields which are primarily situated in the district’s Che Cu Nha, La Pan Tan and ...

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Welcome Cessna Grand Caravan 208B EX Seaplanes To Vietnam

Vietnam seaplanes

Have you ever experienced any Seaplane Tour? This kind of Tour has become the big magnet for all tourists all Earth. Informatively, Vietnam did welcome the two first seaplanes Cessna Grand Caravan 208B EX arriving on August 21 at Noi Bai Airport, Hanoi, Vietnam. Have you got the news yet? To all travelers at heart, this is the very good ...

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Vietnamese Adventurous Eaters with Exotic Cuisine


As the creatively blessed country, Vietnam stands out as one of the top Asian zones that evolve the adventure of eating exotic cuisine. To the Vietnamese themselves, there is no challenge to enjoy the dishes of frogs, snakes, rats, dogs, turtles, etc. Ridiculously, the foreign travelers tend to regard them as the adventurous eaters who date to swallow the countless ...

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Fansipan to close until the end of March 2014


Hoang Lien National Park has sent notice to all travel agents, tour operators with the content of closing the forest, prohibiting all activities related to go into this area. According to this notice, Hoang Lien National Park suspends the license to sell tickets for sightseeing tours in Hoang Lien National Park from 24 January to the end of March 2014. ...

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Ba Be National Park map – Bac Kan map


Are you looking for Ba Be National Park map or Bac Kan map? This site provides with the map of Bac Kan (or Bac Can) province and the map of Ba Be lake. Bac Can is a mountainous province located in the interior of the Northeast of Vietnam. There are many high mountains (more than 1,300m high) such as Nam ...

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Cultural Heritage Tourism Week 2013 in Ha Giang


From 19 to 23 November 2013, Ha Giang People’s Committee will organize the Cultural Heritage Tourism Week 2013 of ethnic minorities. This event will take place in several districts around Ha Giang province, from Quang Binh District to Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Meo Vac and Dong Van. This is an activity to honor the value of the intangible cultural heritage ...

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Exemption of entry visa to Vietnam


Almost foreigners need to have an entry visa when they want to enter Vietnam, except some cases in the following table: EXEMPTION OF ENTRY VISA TO VIETNAM (List might be extended in the future)  

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Fees for Vietnam visa will double increase in 2013


Vietnam will raise the visa fees for foreign and overseas Vietnamese visitors from January 1st, 2013. It will cost nearly double in comparison with the current fees. According to the Ministry of Finance statement: Single-entry visas will cost US$45, up from the current $25. Vietnam is currently issuing two types multiple-entry visas. An up to six-month multiple entry visa currently ...

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