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Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack

Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack

Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack Cua Dai Beach is the place where  Thu Bon and Duong Tu rivers flow into the sea. From 12 months, more than 3 km   coastline of Hoi An is seriously eroded. The beach and hundreds of hotels, clubs, restaurants are at risk of being washed …

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Practical Information about Vietnam cities

Practical Information about Vietnam cities

Having a little knowledge about  Vietnam’s cities can help you alot in your journey in this Asian country , especially, while choosing the best places to stay. In this case, we made a short summary that features  some of these Vietnamese cities. Vietnam’s cities in some figures Vietnam has  47 towns . Remember that this contry, situed in Indochina peninsula of South East …

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Hoi An

Hoi An

Wait for a full moon to visit Hoi An – you will not regret it. Every month, fourteen days after the new moon, the city’s Old Town bans even motorbikes and shuts off its lights. It then glows with silk hanging lanterns and colourful floats parading down the street. There is singing, dancing, games and …

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Hue

Hue

The peaceful, attractive Perfume River runs playfully along one side of the city of Hue (pronounced as “hway”), but frequent drizzles of melancholy rain betray its role in the country’s history of wars. Being located in the centre of Vietnam, it served as a battleground between the North Vietnamese government and the American forces who …

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Quan Cong Temple

Quan Cong Temple

The Chinese revered and worshipped Quan Cong, a general who was held in high regard for his values of loyalty and integrity. Merchants invoked him, praying that they may also gain such values. In 1653, the large Chinese community in Hoi An city built a temple dedicated to their esteemed general. The Quan Cong temple …

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Tomb of Khai Dinh King

Tomb of Khai Dinh King

Tomb of Khai Dinh  Of all the rulers who had tombs built for themselves in the former imperial city of Hue, Emperor Khai Dinh achieved the grandest design. Markedly Vietnamese with subtle French influences, this structure took over a decade to build. The entrance is marked with 37 steps, framed by carved dragons. Statues of …

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Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hills

Ba Na hills is located in Truong Son mountain range in Hoa Vang district, 25 kilometers from the Southwest of Da Nang city, Central of Vietnam. It is well-know as “the Dalat of Danang province”. As you climb the winding road to beautiful Ba Na, you can feel four separate seasons within a day: Spring …

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Why visit Phong Nha Kebang National Park ?

Why visit Phong Nha Kebang National Park ?

Getting aroung Phong Nha Kebang national park This area is very beautiful, and a very young tourist destination, very different to Hoi An and Halong Bay, etc. This has many benefits; however because there is not much infrastructure in place yet, some things can be expensive. Without your own transport, such as a motorbike, the …

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