Notes for Camping in winter

There are many young people choose to go camping in the cold winter for new experience and adventure. Eviva Tour Co., Ltd is pleased give a few tips for a wonderful winter camping trip. 1. ... Continue Reading →

Things to do in the Christmas time in Dalat

As a freelance photographer traveling all over the world, I find Da Lat is one of the most beautiful cities that is an ideal place to take photos, especially in December. It is so interesting ... Continue Reading →

The Vietnamese traditional wedding

The Vietnamese Traditional Wedding is totally different from American and Western style. It is one of the most important ceremonies in Vietnamese culture with influence from Confucian ... Continue Reading →

10 tips for traveling with pet

You want to take your pet with you to travel but you have some problems? Here are 10 tips from can help you to eliminate stress from your trip with your friend. 1. Make ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam Dos and Don’ts

DO’s Off the beach and outside of big city nightclubs, avoid short shorts and tops that reveal cleavage. Dress well when visiting pagoda. Knees and shoulders should be covered. Keep ... Continue Reading →

Hue Ginger Jam

Hue is famous for fruit jam. Vietnamese famous writer Hoang Phu Ngoc Tuong described Hue cuisine in details in his essays, particularly, Hue cuisine consists of ten kinds of dishes ... Continue Reading →

Market sessions in Ha Giang

Markets in Ha Giang always attract tourists because they are not just places for buying and selling, they are also meeting places for local ethnic minority people. Wearing colorful ... Continue Reading →

Great Christmas time in Vietnam

When I think of Vietnam I think of Saigon – I have always wanted to come here and it did not disappoint me! Saigon is a typical Asian city, having more motorbikes than cars, feeling ... Continue Reading →

Tips for the perfect getaway in Con Dao island, Vietnam

Phu Quoc versus Con Dao. It’s a debate that has long raged among expatriates looking to escape the hustle and bustle. Con Dao is home to a vast national park and thick forests ... Continue Reading →

Culture of the Lo Lo on the Dong Van stone plateau

The Lo Lo, also called the Mun Di, Man Di, La La, O Man, or Lu Loc Man, live mainly in the northern mountain provinces of Ha Giang and Cao Bang. Although they are a small population ... Continue Reading →
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