Culture and history

City Tours Only For Cruise Passengers to Vietnam

Vietnam Tours For Cruises Passengers

Cruise passengers are now showered with lots of great opportunities to explore Vietnam from North to South whenever their cruises anchor in Vietnam’s ports. Claiming that you’re now in Phu My Port, it’s stimulated to pick up a tour package namely Ho Chi Minh City Tour – 1 Day from Phu My Port. Surely, this kind of tour package is ...

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10 interesting festivals on the first lunar month in the north of Vietnam

Each year,Vietnam has about 9,000 local and national festivals spread throughout the country. Most of festivals take place in the north of Viet nam and on the Lunar January, after Tet Holiday.  These are 10 most interesting festivals in the northern Vietnam on Lunar January that you should not ignore. However, during the festivals, these areas are very crowded and ...

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Bac Ha Market in Lao Cai

Visitors who travel to Sa Pa should not be missed an interesting tour – the Bac Ha fair, a famous highland markets throughout the North West area. About 80km from Sapa, Bac Ha Market is not only the place for buying and selling, but also a place for cultural and sentiment exchanging. Every Sunday, Bac Ha hosts the biggest fair ...

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Bac Ninh develops tourism in association with the Quan Ho culture

In the National Tourism Year 2013 on Red River Delta and tourism oriented development up to 2020, with a vision to 2030, Bac Ninh province focuses on developing specific tourism product that is tourism associated with Quan Ho Bac Ninh culture – cultural heritage intangible representation of humanity. According to statistics from tourism industry of Bac Ninh province, 80% of ...

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Bac Ninh in the spring

Traveling to Bac Ninh province, tourists can visit the ancient temples and pagodas, go boating on poetic Cau (Bridge) and Duong rivers, listening to folk songs. Get in and get around About 30km from the capital of Hanoi, Bac Ninh is an interesting destination for domestic and foreign tourists where is famous for Quan Ho folk songs. Visitors can go ...

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Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam

Vietnam Mid-autumn Festival takes place on the 15th of the lunar August, when the Moon is bigger and brighter than at any time of a year (therefore, it is also called Full Moon Festival).Mid-autumn Festival is the most exciting annual festival for children, because at this time, they are often given toys and foods, such as masks, paper lanterns, star ...

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