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Enjoying the attractive noodles at Mekong Delta

The immense rivers, the spectacular gardens, the paddy fields, the smell of foods and fruits created the separate and unforgettable nature of the people. The foods at Mekong Delta are really famous because of the rich and diverse in the food culture. Dishes such as “Banh Cong, Banh Xeo, Bun Mam or Bun Ca...” become [...]

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Preparing the plan to visit Ben Tre

Ben Tre is a province in the Mekong Delta so it has many canals and vast coconut groves. Departing from Hochiminh City, travelling about 85 km, crossing My Tho and Rach Mieu bridge, visitors will come to Ben Tre. Due to its location near Hochiminh City, Ben Tre is a surprise choice for the travel [...]

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Enjoy the culture of the river and garden in Ben Tre

Ben Tre is one of 13 provinces in the region of the Mekong Delta. Ben Tre creates a strong impression with guests by the cultural diversity. Ben Tre with a coastline of 65 km has many mangrove forests with abundant flora and fauna. The canals and islands, dunes beach make  the four temperate seasons become [...]

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Welcome to Ben Tre with the shadow of coconut

Referring to the coconut, it reminds immediately us of Ben Tre. And referring to Ben Tre, everybody  remember the shadow of coconut. Ben Tre is known as coconut hometown or famous for coconut, as a fertile ground for nutritious plants. Departing from Sai Gon about 80km, we come to Ben Tre and enjoy the natural [...]

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The Beauty of the laboursin our country Vietnam

Our country is really beautiful with many wonderful lanscapes such as the mountains, the rivers, the grain rice terraces and so on. However the most important thing is the beauty of  the people. It makes the painting of the nature and the life more wonderfuland marvellous. Photos of the fishing fleet become great images of [...]

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Experience life at Mekong Delta

Southwest is really rich with a lot of attractive villages near Tien River and Hau River. Recently, we spent three days on visiting some provinces in this place, visiting orchards and had a lot of fun. Departing from Hochiminh city, after two hours, we went to the town of Cai Be (TienGiang). From here, the [...]

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Around Angkor Thom

Sights  Ta Prohm BUDDHIST TEMPLE The ultimate Indiana Jones fantasy, Ta Prohm is cloaked in dappled shadow, its crumbling towers and walls locked in the slow, muscular embrace of vast root systems. If Angkor Wat, the Bayon and other temples are testimony to the genius of the ancient Khmers, Ta Prohm reminds us equally of [...]

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Angkor Thom

It’s hard to imagine any building bigger or more beautiful than Angkor Wat, but at Angkor Thom the sum of the parts add up to a greater whole. It is the gates that grab you first, flanked by a monumental representation of the Churning of the Ocean of Milk, 54 demons and 54 gods engaged [...]

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Angkor Wat

The traveller’s first glimpse of Angkor Wat (admission to all of Angkor: 1 day/3 days/1 week US$20/40/60), the ultimate expression of Khmer genius, is simply staggering, matched by only a few select spots on earth such as Peru’s Machu Picchu or Jordan’s Petra. Soaring skyward and surrounded by a moat that would make its European castle [...]

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Temples of Angkor

Angkor is, quite literally, heaven on earth. It is the earthly representation of Mt Meru, the Mt Olympus of the Hindu faith and the abode of ancient gods. Angkor is the perfect fusion of creative ambition and spiritual devotion. The Cambodian ‘god-kings’ of old each strove to better their ancestors in size, scale and symmetry, [...]

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Siem Reap

Life-support system for the temples of Angkor, Siem Reap (pronounced see-em ree-ep) is the epicentre of the new Cambodia, a pulsating place that’s one of the most popular destinations on the planet right now. Sights  Angkor National Museum  ( 063-966601; www.angkornationalmuseum.com; 968 Charles de Gaulle Blvd; adult/child under 1.2m US$12/6; 8.30am-6pm, to 6.30pm 1 Oct-30 Apr) A [...]

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Siem Reap & the Temples of Angkor

Why Go? Where to begin with Angkor? There is no greater concentration of architectural riches anywhere on earth.  All are global icons and have helped put Cambodia on the map as the temple capital of Asia. Today, the monuments are a point of pilgrimage for all Khmers, and no traveller to the region will want [...]

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Sa Dec

It trumpets a minor claim to fame as the setting for The Lover, a semi-autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras, made into a film by Jean-Jacques Annaud. Sights Huynh Thuy Le Old House HISTORICAL BUILDING (Nha Co Huynh Thuy Le; 0939 533 523; 225A Ð Nguyen Hue; admission 10,000d) This wonderfully atmospheric 1895 house on the riverfront [...]

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Around Cao Lanh

Sights & Activities Xeo Quyt Forest NATURE RESERVE (Xeo Quyt, Xeo Quit; admission 5000d;  7am-5pm) Southeast of Cao Lanh and accessible by boat tour is the magnificent 52-hectare Xeo Quyt Forest (also called Rung Tram) near My Hiep village. One vast swamp beneath a beautiful thick canopy of tall trees and vines, it’s one of [...]

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Cao Lanh

A newish town carved from the jungles and swamps of the Mekong Delta region, Cao Lanh is big for business, but draws few tourists. Sights Dong Thap Museum MUSEUM (226 Ð Nguyen Thai Hoc;  7-11.30am & 1.30-5pm)  The Dong Thap Museum is among the Mekong’s best museums, despite having no English captions. The ground floor [...]

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