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Travelling through winter-spring flower seasons

Travelling through winter-spring flower seasons

A new flowering season is different from previous ones since each flower has its own beauty and charm. It usually begins in winter and blooms in spring. Each region in the country has its own special flower, so adventurers are advised to come to the right place to see it.
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Over 30 new caves found in Phong Nha - Ke Bang Park

Over 30 new caves found in Phong Nha - Ke Bang Park

The 39 caves cover a total length of 17 km and were carefully measured, charted and photographed providing new and precise figures to the administrators of Phong Nha- Ke Bang National Park.
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What to eat in Vietnam

What to eat in Vietnam

Food lovers may have tried the two best known Vietnamese dishes – spring rolls and bread rolls. Rice, noodles, fresh vegetable and herbs all play big roles in Vietnamese food, making it one of the healthiest cuisines in the world.
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Picking grapes at garden - Phan Rang, Vietnam

Picking grapes at garden - Phan Rang, Vietnam

Going to Phan Rang, we decided to go to the vineyards. Hence, after visiting Thap Cham, we asked the local people there and were advised to visit uncle Ba Mọi’s vineyard in Hiep Hoa village, Phuoc Thuan, Ninh Phuoc and put a tick in our list of things to do in Vietnam.
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Ninh Binh's glorious Trang An cave network recognized by UNESCO

Ninh Binh's glorious Trang An cave network recognized by UNESCO

Trang An is the 11th mixed natural and cultural property recognized by UNESCO in Asia-Pacific. Trang An was lauded for offering evidence of human adaptation to the environment, including the harshest change in the earth’s geology and climate of the last glacier period.
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MO DUC GRILLED GREEN RICE

MO DUC GRILLED GREEN RICE

We often see the picture of some women carrying big loads walking around Saigon streets. Even sometimes at night, we get to see them surrounding the loads into a circle, like a wall separates their world with the outside world; and there are 4 or 5 women sleep inside the circle. They are Quang Ngai women go to the big city to sell their homeland’s speciality: Com (grilled green rice)
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How Pacô people have “tet”

How Pacô people have “tet”

In the central highland of A Luoi (Thua Thien – Hue), the harvesting and agriculture work are usually finished in the middle of winter. This is the time when mountain villages (Paco people) celebrate their very important event: Aza Tet (or “New rice” Tet).
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Easy Riders: Spathe rice with salted peanut

Easy Riders: Spathe rice with salted peanut

“Spathe rice with salted peanut” was originally a very simple dish of Vietnam farmers. It was permanently present at the meals of farmers, hired harvesters or at the school bags of old generations of students.
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Easy Riders: Uoc Le spring roll

Easy Riders: Uoc Le spring roll

Uoc Le is a trade village which used to be located in Thanh Oai District, Ha Dong Province, later belonged to Ha Tay Province and several years recently it belongs to Hanoi; Uoc Le village is about 25km distant from the city in southwest direction. This village is well-known at producing some traditional dishes under the general name of “gio cha” (spring roll). The kinds of spring roll are categorized following the materials.
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