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At the end of the nineteenth-century, Dalat was still a deserted place without a single Vietnamese person. The founding of Dalat owed itself to the initiative of the French. [ more... ]
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Sitting on Dalat’s remaining train line for a space of time not even equivalent to that of sitting for half a cup of black coffee, I finally understood the avuncular train conductor [ more... ]
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All along the 220 km from the celebrated resort village of Mui Ne to the no-less-popular seaside retreat of Nha Trang city, the highway races neck and neck with the coastline [ more... ]
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In contrast to many other Buddhist pagodas, Pothi Somron conveys a rich communal character. The main chamber and pillar stūpas were built on a space of modest area. [ more... ]
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Undoubtedly, the best way to get to know a city is on foot. The trouble in Ho Chi Minh City is that walking is regarded as eccentric behaviour in which only foreigners would engage. [ more... ]
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A glass of soothing green Vietnamese tea was set before me and I immediately felt at ease. It was clear from the beginning that this was going to be a conversation and not an interview. [ more... ]
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On arriving in Hoi An at dawn, a panorama spreads behind the sleeping bus windows; the bright yellow sea of ripe rice fields covered in the rosy voile of the first rays of tropical sun takes my breath away. [ more... ]
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On the northern edge of Mui Ne, a resort town in South-Central Vietnam, the four-star The Sailing Bay Beach Resort takes full advantage of the warm sunlight, cool ocean wind and beautiful shore. [ more... ]
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The sweeping shoreline of Mui Ne was melting down under the blazing sun and running away into the light blue seawater, just like gold would do in a jeweller’s casting machine. [ more... ]
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There are many deep rivers and abysses in the mountainous areas of Vietnam, causing great difficulties for travellers, particularly during flood season. Simple suspension bridges made by local people [ more... ]
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Silkworm cocoon cultivation at Co Chat Village, Phuong Dinh Commune, Truc Ninh District of Nam Dinh Province has long been praised in folk songs for ...
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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