Cross the bridge towards Phu Tho and you’ll see the dam wall of a vast Russian-built hydroelectric station. Across the river is a memorial to the 161 workers who died during its construction.
Built two centuries ago as the home of a well-to-do ethnic-Vietnamese merchant, Tan Ky House has been lovingly preserved through seven generations of the same family. Don’t be spooked by the portrait of a stern-looking matriarch over the entry hall; this gem of a house is worth lingering in.
What began as a traditional assembly hall was later transformed into a temple for the worship of Thien Hau, a deity from Fujian province. The gaudy, green-tiled triple gateway was built in 1975.
This beautiful little bridge has become a modern-day icon of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed on this site in the 1590s by the Japanese community in order to link them with the Chinese quarters across the stream.
Glide down the Perfume River in Hue, Experience the magic of Halong Bay, Experience the buzz of Ho Chi Minh City, Delve into history at the Cu Chi tunnels, Hit the shops in Hoi An
Get caught up in the bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, Float across sparkling waters on a Halong Bay tour, Learn about local life on a Mekong homestay, Walk along unspoilt beaches in Nha Trang, Visit the Old Quarter of Hanoi for a spot of shopping, Discover imperial Vietnam in Hue, Descend into the tight confines of the Cu Chi Tunnels, Watch a traditional water puppet performance in Hanoi, Feast on mouth-watering Vietnamese cuisine
Delve into the royal past of Hue, Meet friendly traders in Hoi An, Explore Ho Chi Minh City on a cyclo, Discover the elegant Hanoi Old Quarter, Enjoy a boat tour on beautiful Halong Bay, Paddle along the Mekong Delta on a sampan tour...
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Do Son Beach, 21km, southeast of central Hai Phong, is a honky-tonk seaside resort thai is popular with Vietnamese for Linioke and massage, otherwise known as singning and sex....
Sitting around the warm fire of coal brazier, watching the cook skillfully pouring flour into moulds , and then enjoying hot “banh can” in a windy day is an unforgettable experience for anyone when in Nha Trang.