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I settled in with a prime view of the ultramarine sea 20 metres behind a thin veil of slim-bodied casuarinaceae trees growing right from blinding white sands on Mom Da Chim – Lazibeach Resort premises, [ more... ]
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Where would you choose to place a new hotel in Hue? The prime place would be alongside the Perfume River, [ more... ]
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In my youth were days in which dazzling white mist descended upon the village’s fields each summer morning. [ more... ]
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It is now fifteen years since the Sofitel Saigon Plaza opened its doors and coincidentally, fifty years since the founding of the now-worldwide luxury brand of Sofitel. [ more... ]
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Century Riverside Hotel Hue, which occupies the longest stretch of the Perfume River of any hostelry in Hue, is an imposing and somewhat bland edifice. [ more... ]
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Dalat Edensee Resort, a resort & spa that has quickly become the go-to place for discerning travellers to savour the charms of Vietnam’s famous Highlands, [ more... ]
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Until recently, I had not heard of Mường Thanh. I was flummoxed by the meaning until I was informed it is actually Thai and could be translated as ‘God’s own country’. [ more... ]
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Vietnamese usually go to pagodas at the beginning of Lunar New Year, especially in the first month, to pray for a lucky, prosperous and peaceful new year. [ more... ]
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To know how extraordinarily powerful a thing fire is you only need to observe that you can light a fire in Sapa in winter, that if you put too long a piece of wood on the fire it is conceivable that, [ more... ]
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Ta Vong Village, Trong Hoa Commune, Minh Hoa District, Quang Binh Province, Central Vietnam, lies along the border between Vietnam and Laos. Viewed from the top of a nearby pass, [ more... ]
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The special thing about Huong Canh is its blue clay, the raw material used to make its famous products. This clay is found in the swampy areas, 3-10m ...
A short while ago, I was asked if the Vietnamese fondness for eating snails were a consequence of the former French presence here.
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