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150km southeast of Ho Chi Minh City and 70km northeast of Vung Tau City, Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu Nature Reserve features flat terrain with rivers, springs, lakes and seas. [ more... ]
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At 8.3 kilometers in length and over one kilometer in width, Snail Island (Cồn ốc) is right at the heart of Ham Luong River, which is a branch of the Mekong, and flows through Hung Phong Commune, Giong Trom District, in Ben Tre Province. [ more... ]
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Vietnam is known as the “Land of Dragons.” It is one destination for which any amount of praise seems inadequate. The country’s natural and historical attractions appeal to many visitors from all parts of the globe. [ more... ]
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Anger conquer by amity, evil conquer with good, by giving conquer miserly, with truth the speaker of falsity This poem is written on a stone plate at the feet of a 14-meter high Dame Avalokitesvara statue in Truc Lam Pagoda built on the top of a hill and rising high above luxurious island resort Vinpearl Nha Trang. [ more... ]
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'Where should we go on vacation?’ Dalat is the traditional answer for residents of Saigon and other southern cities, the one that still comes to mind first. [ more... ]
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Just as Shakespeare never ate a potato chip and the Romans did not know what a tomato was, the dragon fruit has only a short history in Vietnam. [ more... ]
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All I knew as I stepped out of the taxi into Saigon Station was that Car No 5, Seat 15, requested my presence at 6:50 a.m. sharp, and two days later a similar train would launch me homeward at another prescribed time officially stamped in black ink on thick paper. [ more... ]
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I first set eyes on her a week or so after arriving in Vietnam for the first time in 1997. She is a lady with quite a history. I was based at that time in Dong Hoi, another, smaller town in central Vietnam and business would draw me to Hue quite often so I got to know her quite well. [ more... ]
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Xẻo Quít, a flooded forest in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap, about 140km west of Ho Chi Minh City, was a revolutionary base in the Vietnam War and heavily bombed. It was recognised by the Vietnamese Government as a national historic site in 1994. [ more... ]
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Though Saigon is firmly planted on the tourist trail, its neighbourhood wards connected to the road less travelled capture my imagination with uniqueness mercifully undisturbed by holidaymakers. [ 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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