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An explorer from the British Cave Research Association (BCRA) told me, ‘Quang Binh has an open cast “gold mine,” a natural heritage of extremely intricate cave systems. [ more... ]
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The TV reports and articles advertising VIP journeys to desert islands, tucked away in the desolate stretches of tropic seas, [ more... ]
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The northern region of Vietnam, bordering China, is an amazing mountainous land with natural beauty almost untouched, grand vistas, [ more... ]
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What exactly is a mountain? At what altitude does the difference between a hill and a mountain begin? Nobody would say there are mountains around London. [ more... ]
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The only dirt-and-schist island among 1,969 islands of the World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay, Tuan Chau Gem Island, a bright pearl of Vietnam is and will always be the place that no tourist, [ more... ]
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Hidden in the very deep of pine forests, Dalat is an enigma that puts a lasting spell on everyone paying it a visit. [ more... ]
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Vietnam’s top specialist in cultural heritage conservation, Prof Hoang Dao Kinh, told a seminar on Dalat architecture in 2004 that: ‘There is a museum of French architecture in Dalat’. [ more... ]
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In this city that has stepped out from the wild highlands, history, as well as all other things, has reflected upon Xuan Huong Lake ever since it took shape early in the previous century. [ more... ]
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I may now be in Dalat, yet I often still miss her very much. I can no longer be impassioned by the unique urban parts of Dalat, which are replete with halcyon days never too distant from any other amid [ more... ]
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Alexandre Yersin, who is credited for discovering Dalat, was born on 9 September, 1863 in Switzerland. He studied medicine and then went to France to work in Pasteur’s laboratory. [ 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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