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A Self-Sufficient One-day Trip to Yen Tu

One day trip Yen Tu

Yen Tu Pagoda festival lasts until the end of Lunar March, but tourists can fully explore the landscapes, historical sites and go sightseeing in only a day. Yen Tu Mountain of 1068m above sea level is a part of Dong Trieu Mountain Range in Northeastern Vietnam and is located at the …

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2 Travel Routes Challenge Backpackers in Vietnam

backpackers in vietnam 2

Northern Vietnam always offers challenging experience for those who is enthusiastic to explore. If you’ve heard of the two sites of Ta Xua and Binh Lieu which enchant backpackers in Vietnam, you probably also know the majestic “dinosaur’s spine” which is both beautiful and dangerous. 1. North-western: Ta Xua, Son …

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Son La Prison- The Hell on the Earth

Son La prison was built on the hill Khau Ca, near Nam La stream, Son La province by the French. Initially, the Prison had an area of 500m2, in 1940, the French colonial expanded it to 1.700m2. Within 15 years (1930-1945), Son La Prison detained 1,007 communist prisoners, including many …

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5 Ideal Destinations for Summer Vacation in the North

The suffocating rhythm of urban life and considerable pressure from work make you tired. Hence, the necessity of this moment is that you should shelve the work aside, enjoy a trip with friends and relatives during the weekend with attractive destinations in northern Vietnam. What are the attractive places in northern that …

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Quan Lan Island: The Unspoiled and Ancient Beauty

Quan Lan Island : Located on Bai Tu Long Bay, the island of Quan Lan, Van Don district, Quang Ninh province is a highlight attracting tourists by romantic scenery with white sand dunes of kilometers long, blue Java plum forests, the beaches which are not influenced  by impact of humans …

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French Architectures in the Heart of Hanoi

French Architectures in the Heart of Hanoi Long Bien Bridge Long Bien Bridge built by the  French (1898-1902) was the largest bridge of a time in Asia and is a symbol of Hanoi. Initially, the  bridge was named Doumer according to the name of Paul Doumer, the Governor General of …

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