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As an elderly porter, big and broad, with anchor tattoos on his forearms guided me through a verdant tropical garden with such determination as if he was steering a ship at rough seas rather then carrying my baggage [ more... ]
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In Cu Chi, during the lunar New Year in February, Quoc, a tour guide, led two dozen Japanese tourists into a tunnel. They were middle-aged and had heard a lot about the Vietnam War. [ more... ]
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It’s tiring to climb up the top of Small Mountain (Núi Nhỏ) but once you’re there, you can not only see the largest statue of Jesus Christ in Asia but also the giant cannons and a panoramic view of this city. [ more... ]
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The Imperial Hotel is a themed hotel with elegance and charm that lets you know from the moment you step through its huge magnificent portals that replicate the entrance to the Imperial Palace [ more... ]
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Perhaps one of the most impressive, peaceful, and profoundly captivating of things is the tranquil greenness of the numerous ngõ, or entrance paths, of homes and neighbourhoods in Hue. [ more... ]
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Arriving in Hue after having traversed Cambodia and Southern Laos and then crossing over the Annamite (Truong Son) Range, it seemed appropriate to stay at a hotel called the Indochine Palace. [ more... ]
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Even if you look upon a hotel just as a place to put your head down for the night, you are still going to spend at least a third of your time in your room and it is important you feel comfortable in it. [ more... ]
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Travelling around Long Son Island, I saw many men with long hair tied up in buns and wearing traditional southern Vietnamese clothing, like people did one hundred years ago. [ more... ]
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W hile moving along the immense shoreline lying south of Phan Thiet, in the direction just opposite of over-touristy Muine, one observes the peaceful and charming scenes of coastal village life; the lush groves of graceful slim-bodied [ more... ]
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It was October, 2012 and I had a one-week trip to Malaysia, at the invitation of Tourism Malaysia to the press to attend the Motor Grand Prix 2012. After an hour-and-a-half flight from Tan Son Nhat Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, I arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, to meet my guide, Eddie Chok, 43-year-old Chinese Malaysian, working for Tourism Malaysia. The airport is gigantic and beautifully designed. [ 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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