I journeyed to Northwest Vietnam in the gentle breezy cold first days of spring; interestingly, I was strongly impressed by multi – colored wildflowers in blossom in Northwest Mountains.
Traveling in Mekong Delta provides you totally different experiences compared to other areas in Vietnam, and the world. Seeing people living on the river, pagodas in the jungle, massive rice fields in the countryside are even interesting to natives in other regions.
Vietnam has long been known as the homeland of an overwhelming number of noodles, from the world famous Pho to bowls of Hu Tieu sold every morning on the boats at the floating markets.
The province, which is named Phan Thiet is harmonized with the great nature and the humanity of Vietnam. The Pacific ocean and the beach welcome you in front of your face, but there is a beautiful desert behind your back, makes great scenery. Read more…
In Phu Quoc you can easily find either local specialities or popular Vietnamese souvenirs. The most famous out of them are Phu Quoc pearl, pepper, fish sauce and rose myrtle wine.
Bamboo crafting is not just making something. Also, bamboo is not just material for products. Bamboo has many similarities to Vietnamese people’s spirit and personalities. There are many villages where whole communities craft bamboo in traditional methods in Vietnam.
Ta Xua is a mountain range located in Bac Yen District of Son La Province, lying in northern Vietnam and just about 240 km from Hanoi. This mountain range naturally forms a border between the two provinces Son La and Yen Bai.
Vietnamese folk paintings are a combination of traditional cultural values with ancient artistic methods that have been created through generations. The folk paintings are indispensable ornaments of ancient Vietnamese family at Tet (Lunar New Year) or for worshipping.
In the rush and crush of modern urban life, the rarities are what we most valued, such as space, silence and time. Some tranquil zones to breathe, some spare time to daydream. You could find these gems in the wilderness of Pu Luong Nature Reserve, where the rice terraces are plenty and the people are few.
Talking about Hanoi, tourists tend to mention their “on land” favourite destinations, from the Old Quarter to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, from Temple of literature to Hanoi Opera House. However, there also are an undiscovered “other side” of this elegant capital – the water side.
Despite the overwhelming influx of modern toys, Vietnamese little boys and girls still find it exciting to receive one or two Tò He from their parents. This edible traditional toys made from glutinous rice powder is one of the rare surviving traditional toys of Vietnam.