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February 2021
Besides the Lunar New Year, Vietnam also has many other significant holidays. And the Mid-Autumn Festival ( Tết Trung Thu in Vietnamese)  is one of them. This Vietnam festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar (regularly in late September or early October). In 2020 it falls on 1st October. To...
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Ha Long Bay is definitely a must-see attraction in Vietnam, and we highly recommend to add it to your Vietnam travel itinerary.  In 1994, Ha Long was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It’s easy to see why. The area is surrounded by natural limestone and forest formations, caves and grottoes along with beautiful hidden and pristine...
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Vietnamese street food is the perfect combination of spices and more diverse than just Pho. If you are planning to Hanoi on your holiday, these street food dishes are the must-try on any foodie adventure tour. 1. Banh Cuon (rolling steam cake) Banh Cuon is one of the traditional cake made from Vietnam rice powder and water. It...
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Lunar New Year or ‘Tết Nguyên Đán’ (abbr ‘Tết’), is the biggest and most significant festival in Vietnam. Traditionally it was a time to show respect for family and ancestors, past and present, and also to have a break between agricultural seasons. It’s a very spiritual holiday, when people finish the current year’s business and...
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Located in the Hoa Binh Province, Mai Chau is 170km from Hanoi and it’s in the southwest of the city.  This rural area is where bright yellow and green rice fields grow amid a mountainous landscape. That makes Mai Chau is a perfect alternative to Sapa for any luxury Vietnam holiday on a limited time-frame. The valley is the...
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The Hoi An ancient town has been voted as the best city in the world in 2019 at the Travel+Leisure World’s Best Award. The readers rated the cities based on their travel experiences such as sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping, and overall value. This Vietnamese central city was ranked at 8th place in the 2018 ranking...
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Often described as the ‘Jewel in Laos Crown’, Luang Prabang has managed to preserve its longstanding tradition and charm, exuding a missed-out-on-modernization vibe. The majority of Luang Prabang’s sights (including 33 Buddhist temples) can be reached on foot, so you can take your time taking in the surroundings and observe the way of the Lao...
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The diverse and alluring charms of Vietnam can make it difficult for you to decide where to visit on your first-time trip.  With our Vietnam Private Tours,  we take you on the journey through the highlights which play essential parts in history and culture.  Vietnam, situated in Southeast Asia, is an S-shaped country boasting an...
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About Sapa Located in North-East Vietnam it is a home for the highest peak of the country– Fan Si Pan, rice terraces and different ethnic minorities, who still remain the same lifestyle as it was hundreds of years ago. All the treks start from Sapa town, which still remains French colonial charm. At the beginning...
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Ba Vi Eco Tour was designed to show travelers the authentic life of Vietnamese villages and to support the local community. Traveling is not just about visiting remarkable places, but also an opportunity to learn something new and understand different cultures. We believe the best way to do it is to experience the local life....
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