Cheap Vietnam vacations : Perfect Vietnam budget travel guide

Cheap Vietnam vacations

Cheap Vietnam vacations: Vietnam is a dream come true for travelers looking to make the most of their precious pennies, as long as you understand how things work in your new temporary home. If you’re willing to scavenge for deals and eat like a local, you can easily survive for less than USD30 a day. Here’s how to travel through ...

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The Beauty of Flowers in Hanoi Vietnam

Perfume pagoda in Hanoi

Hanoi is charming, with several interesting towns named after the flowers a long time ago and the natural landscapes filled with the pink water lily. Let’s discover the beauty of flowers in Hanoi Vietnam with Vietnam Tour Agency ! The towns with the names of flowers in Hanoi The oldest one is Kim Lien Town, of which “Kim Lien” means ...

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Explore Bau Truc Pottery Village

Bau Truc pottery village- the name is popularly known by many local tourists as well as foreign ones. It is the oldest pottery village in Southeast Asia and famous for hand-made pottery products and unique way of baking potter.  Bau Truc pottery village is in Phuoc Dan town, Ninh Phuoc district, Ninh Thuan province. It is about 10 kilometers away ...

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Lũng Cẩm Village

Location: Lung Cam village is about 25 km from Dong Van town, situates close to number 4C highway. Feature: The village nestles in a poetic valley; it has 61 households and 290 inhabitants. Among them, White H’Mong ethnic minority has 53 households; Chinese ethnic minority has 8 households. In Lung Cam village, people mainly live on doing milpa, corn is ...

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Boat trip on Red River

Have you ever taken a boat trip on Red River? Yes, I did. It was really fantastic and impressive when sitting on small boat and sailing along the mother river. My trip started from the Long Bien Bridge, I did a walk along small sidewalk of the historical bridge which was bombarded by American aircrafts in 1967 and 1972. After ...

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Cay Ceramic Village

In the 15th – 16th century, Cay potteries are made in 2 villages Huong Gian and Ke Gian. Some specific characteristics of Cay’s products are similar to the potteries of Chu Dau village (Thai Tan, Nam Thanh, Hai Duong) such as: bowls and plates with antique patterns (hoa lam chan cao), bottoms of bowls are brown. Today, Cay ceramic village ...

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Ha Thai lacquerware

Ha Thai village – Duyen Thai commune is located right by side of 1A national highway and among other famous trade villages. Ha Thai village’s lacquer painting itself has developed for a long time. Previously, the village had one largest lacquer painting cooperative in the former Ha Son Binh province with 500 households joined in the cooperative. After that, exporting ...

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Hanoi Discovery with Gregory and Malaika

Hanoi is one of the most favourite destinations for foreign toutists. Coming to Hanoi, tourists not only want to go to some popular tourist sites such as : Ho Chi Minh Complex, Temple of Literature, Museums, Old Quater… but also they would like to explore some other unusual places . I did travel with two Jamaican tourists named Gregory and ...

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Journey back to the Primitive Forest

One of the nicest trekking routes in my trips are in Xam Khoe and Na Bai forest. Coming back nature, you seem to be sunk in quiet and peaceful ambience with different sounds of birds, cicadas and crickets etc…Moreover, you will meet and talk to the friendly and honest ethnic people who live and work there, it really makes you ...

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