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With 3,260 kilometres of coastline and numerous islands, one would expect Vietnam to be a haven for beach holidays. [ more... ]
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On October 24th, 1995, a total eclipse occurred in Phan Thiet. Scientists and tourists from all over the world congregated here in this remote area to behold the miracle moments when the solar flower magnificently blossomed in the Binh Thuan sky. According to the Oriental I Ching philosophy, this is the sacred moment of the harmony between Yin and Yang. [ more... ]
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During the high-water season from September to November, water ferns cover the surface of swampy cajuput forests, creating a beautiful natural scene. [ more... ]
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It is a marvel what the French and the Vietnamese made of a sandbank for that is the translation of the word Sapa. With a high density of hotels and restaurants, long ambling lanes and a pretty artificial lake Sapa has a great deal of charm. [ more... ]
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A Nghe An resident illuminates the simple but priceless treasures of her province. [ more... ]
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Apart from that, Binh Thanh also has the Lord of South Sea tomb, almost 200 years old, that houses a whale skeleton; a memorial of a massacre over 60 years ago; and a beach famous forseven-colour pebbles. [ more... ]
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From the top of a high building in Saigon, if the weather is clear and you face northwest, visible on the horizon is a lone mountain. Mountains for me have a magnetic quality. I feel the desire to conquer them; this one particularly, as it has the mysterious name of the Black Lady Mountain. [ more... ]
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People don’t automatically put the words ‘Sapa’ and ‘adventure’ in the same sentence. And I don’t blame them. You go to see mountains covered in paddy fields, little Vietnamese villages in all their glory, beautiful people dressed in traditional clothes, colourful markets, bamboo forests, and everything else that makes Sapa what it is, but you don’t go there for adventure. [ more... ]
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‘I love to take pictures of the beautiful, but am ready to face the ugly. I want to show the truth and let people think about it,’ [ 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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