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Ong De Ecotourism Village belongs to group 26, My Ai hamlet, My Khanh commune, Phong Dien district, about 7km away from Can Tho city center; This place is known as “the green city of Can Tho city”. Visitors just need to go on Nguyen Van Cu street extending in the direction of Phong Dien district, to Rach Ong De intersection, turn right about 300m to arrive. Here, you can immerse yourself in the fresh air of nature, participate in folk games full of water gardens or enjoy the countryside dishes of the South West . 

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Why is Ong De ecotourism area so attractive?

Tourist area gateTickets to visit Ong De eco-tourism area are priced at 30,000 VND

Anyone, in the midst of the hustle and bustle outside of life, wants to once return to childhood or immerse in peaceful nature. At Ong De, not only the green space, but the games here are also associated with rivers, with familiar folk tools such as canoes, boats, cones, bags … 

Typical landscape of the western region of the river

In addition, with the hot weather all year round, participating in water games is guaranteed to make you feel unexpectedly refreshing. With a distance not too far from Ho Chi Minh City, which is very suitable for a weekend trip, which tourist destination is more suitable for groups of friends or family outside Ong De resort ?

Enjoy the fresh air 

From the road to the tourist area, visitors can feel the fresh and cool air beside Ong De canal. Spread over an area of ​​about 2.5 hectares are green trees, an ideal place to balance the rhythm of life after stressful working and studying days in the city. Sometimes you hear the chirping of birds; Even having fun, taking pictures with eagles, hawks, red salamanders, green salamanders … You will be surprised to know that Ong De Ecotourism Area is where the bird training club operates. where visitors can see firsthand the spectacular eagle training performances.

Not anywhere else, this whole place is the ideal landscape for your western travel pictures , from lovely to lovely or extreme.

Join countless fascinating folk games

Peaceful green placeWhere visitors can see firsthand the performance of the eagle

Visiting Ong De Ecotourism Area , young people will have fun with a long list of interesting folk games. Just put on a bra, ready for a muddy trek with silt breath; At Ong De, the sound system, the stage and the game manager are always there to serve your fun.

You will definitely be wet and covered with mud The folk games here are also extremely diverse, from playing underwater to on land, from wet to dry, suitable for most visitors; Typically: cycling over a ditch, swinging a double rope across a ditch, riding a balancing areca tree, rowing experience, slipping, slapping a ditch, catching fish, pulling a net, trying to ride a durable bridge on the ditch .. Important cost is only 30k / person for you to spoil the roof of the house, take pictures freely, have fun.Ideal place for teambuilding

– Cycling through the ditch: It is the tourist’s job to maintain balance with the bicycle running to the other end of the ditch on a tiny road, if not careful you will already know the results.

– Monkey bridge : Monkey bridge is always a “fear” for those who do not like the lagoon, but do not worry too much because there are two types of monkey bridge for you: There are handrails for visitors who are just trying to experience it for the first time. experimental and armless monkey bridge type for the “master”.

Take pictures on monkey bridge

– Mud waterfall slide: Going to Ong De ecotourism area, definitely do not miss this interesting experience, try a waterfall slide in a special way never seen before.

– Slap fishing ditch: You will be transformed into a farmer in the field. With just a bamboo basket and 1 basket, see who catches more fish!

Many extremely interesting games

– Rowing to visit the orchard: skillfully bring the boat along the ditches, enjoy the cool feeling under the trees, visit the rambutan gardens, the breast milk …

More specifically, at the end of the game, a meaningful gift from the ecotourism village will be given to the winners.

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A very cool garden homestay

For anyone who is still wondering about a place to stay while playing at Ong De ecotourism area , do not forget that right here, a homestay is provided for you to rest after tired hours.

The homestay rooms are arranged separately on the open land, with views overlooking the river – where the monkey bridge is across, opposite is the road with two shady rows of areca. There is nothing more enjoyable than relaxing in this peaceful scene.

Enjoy specialties

Đăng bởi: Nghĩa Bá

Từ khoá: Have fun at the eco-tourism Ong De – Can Tho

Scenery At The Temple With The Tallest Stupa In The West

Introduction to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Vinh Long

In the midst of the rich Mekong Delta, Vinh Long is a land with many relics and tourist attractions in the river region. And the  Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Vinh Long is one of the famous spiritual tourist destinations that you should visit in your Vinh Long travel itinerary.

Some places to visit near the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Vinh Long Ong pagoda

Statue of Quan Am Buddha in the temple Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Vinh Long is located at No. 287A, Vinh Hoa Hamlet, Tan Ngai Commune, City. Vinh Long was built in 1970 and is one of the largest and sacred temples in Vinh Long province presided over by the late Venerable Thich Thien Hoa. Up to now, the pagoda has been built with many unique architectural works such as: main hall, three-door gate, lecture hall, museum, street boy, library …StupaEntrance to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha Xa Loi Vinh Long In the temple grounds is the statue of Duc Quan The Am with a height of 32m and a 45m high stupa. Temple of the Jade Buddha Xa Loi Vinh Long is a religious work of spiritual significance, an attractive tourist attraction in the West.45m high stupa This place is also the venue for Buddhist events, conferences at the Central level and the Mekong Delta region, the High School of Buddhism, is the center of cultural exchange of Buddhism, the retreat courses. , fostering the profession of the abbot for monks and nuns, a place for religious activities, worship for Buddhists and devotees from far and chúng tôi scene around the templeTemple of the Emerald Buddha Xa Loi Vinh Long has bold spirituality The Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Vinh Long has a sophisticated artistic architecture, bold spirituality combined with traditional Vietnamese architecture, is a tourist destination that you should visit and admire. Visiting the temple takes about half a day and you can combine visiting some other tourist attractions in other Vinh Long .Check in at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Located on Nguyen Chi Thanh street, Vinh Long city, Ong pagoda is an attractive tourist destination. This is an architectural work built from 1892-1909 by a group of talented craftsmen of ten people from Fujian.

Ong pagoda

Most of the statues worshiped here are made of wood or bronze or ceramic. Columns, trusses, set of lamination, couplets, diaphragms, delicate and elaborate architectural features of the Chinese. Due to its location in the city center, the old temple has become a favorite destination for many young people from near and far to pray for peace, scenery and take beautiful pictures.

An Binh Islet 

An Binh isle is a western tourist destination  located between Tien River and Co Chien River in Long Ho district, Vinh Long province.

With a lot of rivers and canals, visiting An Binh isle, you will be able to take a boat to admire the river, visit the orchard fruit gardens, enjoy folk dishes or listen to the amateurs. local characteristics.

An Binh Islet

In addition, you can also visit Vinh Sang tourist area located in An Binh isle which is a large garden with many canals and is a place to preserve many precious birds. This is also home to an attractive entertainment area with a variety of folk and modern games.

Another address in An Binh isle is the old house Cai Cuong, built in 1885, owned by the family of Mr. Pham Van Bon, a great local landlord in the past. The house has a European architecture mixed with harmonious ancient East Asian features.

To go to  Vinh Long Temple of the Emerald Buddha, if you go from Ho Chi Minh City, you will pass My Thuan Bridge and then enter Tan Hoa hamlet. Standing from the bridge you can also see the huge chedi of the temple.

Đăng bởi: Ngân Nguyễn Kim

Từ khoá: Scenery at the temple with the tallest stupa in the West

Vietnamese Street Food: The 9 Dishes You Have To Try

The Vietnamese fashion designer is looking at me skeptically. His friends are absorbed in the plate of dried squid on the table between us. But this forty-something balding man with his nicely-tailored shirt and black slacks is shocked when I gesture that they can finish the dish of pale pink strips. The man has also had four or five Sài Gòn Special beers in the last hour. (I promise I only bought him one of those. Or two.)

He’s leaning back away from me slightly, his fingers laced around one knee, and I’m worried he’s going to fall off of his tiny blue plastic stool.

Most of the stools that cover the sidewalks of Vietnam are about a foot tall. I’m 6’2” and I’ve never felt so conscious of the size my knees. Hundreds of the little seats line the street, nearly all of them a specific shade of blue or red. On the busiest streets, the stools are movable islands above the gradually deepening layer of plastic cups, skewers, bones, napkins, baguette ends, and evidence of beautiful street food gluttony.

The smaller the stools, the smaller the bill, and the smaller the space between each patron and their neighbor.

When I sat down, my close neighbors were three Vietnamese men: the drunken fashion designer, a guy in a dirty, white, ribbed tank top, and our translator, a third friend who lives in Dusseldorf now and has one of the thickest, oddest accents I’ve encountered – wide, bowing German vowels spiked with the tonal tendencies of Vietnamese.

We’re seated out in front of one of numerous drinking and eating holes on the street, the pool of stools belonging to each one blending with the next. My neighbors have ordered us squid, roasted chili peanuts, and snails. Five feet away, a table is tackling a large hot pot over an open flame with a platter of thin-cut meats and vegetables. It’s an admirable challenge, but hot pot seems like a risky choice for my Bia Sài Gòn-addled friend. On Vietnam’s tiny stools, you’re always closer to your food.

I grew up eating Vietnamese street food, though I didn’t call it that at the time. I claim this solely as a basis for appreciation, not expertise or ownership. During high school, bánh mì sandwiches from Seattle’s Saigon Deli on Jackson Street were the best lunch that $2.50 could buy. My friends and I wondered at the jelly dessert labeled “Ingredients: Panda,” having understandably never heard of pandan at that point. I later started taking a couple bánh mì to go whenever I was leaving town or heading to the airport. Sriracha, a mess of Vietnamese pickles and cilantro at 35,000 feet.

Street food includes almost everything in Vietnam, since most eating happens on the sidewalk, one foot above the ground. One block will have stalls serving classic noodle soups of phở bò and bún cha with baskets of fresh herbs to mix in, crispy bánh xèo “pancakes,” nem rán fried spring rolls, and hột vịt lộn – duck embryo, if you’re into it.

A person can feel like they’re constantly eating while in Vietnam, always grabbing for a stubby plastic stool. Even during Tet, the Vietnamese lunar new year festival, when all of Hanoi shuts down for a week, a few street food vendors still staked out their stalls and tried to scrape a little income out of the holiday. Oddly, ninety percent of the stalls I saw open during Tet in Hanoi were selling bun rieu spicy-sour noodle soup. None of the Vietnamese folks I asked understood this either.

There’s a lot to Vietnamese street food of course, so we’ve organized things a bit:

Phở – Noodle Soup

Phở (“fuh”) is the best-known of Vietnam’s many noodles soups. It’s thin, flat rice noodles and usually chicken (phở gà) or beef (phở bò), but it’s phở broth that gives the soup its muscle. The broth’s ingredients vary, but the flavor is also built over hours of simmering – one vendor on Thuốc Bắc street in Hanoi’s old quarter said he keeps his broth cooking for ten hours.

Northern-style phở, called phở bắc, is made with a simpler-tasting broth, more green onions, and the beef usually looks to be minced or on-the-bone. Hanoians have told me that phở in their city should be eaten with fewer herbs, but I’ve happily enjoyed a pile of herbs for garnish at most Hanoi phở spots I’ve eaten. Southern-style phở, called phở Nam, is a little sweeter and darker and served with hoisin sauce. Vegetarian phở does exist, mostly in “chay” restaurants – chay is Vietnamese for vegetarian or vegan.

Quick Note – How to Travel in Vietnam as a Vegetarian or Vegan

Also, there is almost a mythology to phở, though I say this at the risk of exoticising its culture. if you’re looking for a good read on your trip to Vietnam, pick up The Beauty of Humanity Movement. The novel centers around old man Hung, a phở seller in Hanoi who lives and works through the American War. I can’t eat phở anymore without thinking about this character. However, the author isn’t Vietnamese, so it also runs the risk of reducing the Vietnamese experience to a bowl of phở, without actually understanding what the food really means in the way that a local can. It’s a danger all of us run, as foreigners writing about food that isn’t ours. Get a book or two by a Vietnamese author while you’re at it – Da Ngan’s Insignificant Family, Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Sympathizer, or Dương Thu Hương’s Paradise of the Blind.

Bún Chả – Obama’s Favorite Rice Noodles

Bún chả is the antidote to small-mindedness, and it’s what the late Anthony Bourdain decided Barack Obama should eat when he came to Hanoi and the two ate at Bún chả Hương Liên, south of Hoan Kiem Lake (video – do your best not to cry).

Most common in Hanoi, bún chả is a spread rather than a single dish: thin rice noodles (bún – pronounced “boon”), pork, a salty-sweet dipping sauce with a little garlic and chili, and fresh herbs – basil, cilantro, green onions, with lettuce. Bún chả is eaten by combining the ingredients in a small bowl, with each person eating multiple bowls.

Here’s a video of Bourdain counseling Obama on how it’s done. If the one-time “leader of the free world” can slurp his noodles, so can you. Note: Obama also ate the chilis. “We’re gonna do what’s appropriate,” said the former President.

The restaurant where Obama and Bourdain ate has built a display case around the table where the two sat, apparently at the suggestion of their customers. The restaurant has also received offers to buy the table, which the owner has so far declined.

Banh Xeo – Crispy Yellow Pancakes

Bánh xèo (“bahn say-oh”) are crispy, thin yellow pancakes made with rice flour and a little turmeric and fried up in a skillet. They’re usually filled with some combination of bean sprouts, shrimp, pork, and green onions. But the best part of eating at a bánh xèo stall is the full spread that comes along with them. There’s the plate of fresh herbs, the dipping sauces, the optional plates of tater tot-style fried potatoes or lemongrass pork skewers (nem lụi), and the best of all – spring roll wraps. Vietnamese folks use either dried or fresh noodle-like rice papers to roll up the bánh xèo with the herbs, chilis and whatever else is on the table (I believe the nem lụi pork is fare game for wrapping, but the tater tots are traditionally not). Finger food you get to play with? Tater tots, sometimes made from sweet potatoes? DIY fresh spring rolls? These stalls are a thing of beauty.

The other toppings for bánh xèo vary, but include everything from minced pork with peanuts and chili to green bananas and star fruits. For vegetarians and vegans, some stalls will have tofu but your best option will again be chay restaurants. In the north of Vietnam, bánh xèo are smaller and the cooks at most stalls expect you to order more than one. In the south, they’re bigger and even more unwieldy. The dish is also common in Cambodia, where it’s called “banh chao.”

Head to Bánh xèo Sáu Phước or Bánh xèo Nem lụi 167 quán in Hanoi (it’s common in Vietnam for places to be named simply with the kind of food their serve, followed by their address).

Gỏi Cuốn or Nem Cuốn – Fresh Spring Rolls

Often called salad rolls or spring/summer rolls, gỏi cuốn (“goy coo-uhn”) are rice paper wraps around some mix of fresh vegetables, bún noodles, pork, shrimp, and tofu, served fresh. These are best if you can get them served with hoisin or peanut sauce (sometimes it’s just fish sauce or sweet chili). They’re also called nem cuốn (“nehm coo-uhn” in the north).

Chả Giò or Nem Rán – Fried Spring Rolls

Chả giò (“chah zahw”), or nem rán in the north (“nehm rehn”), are the fried iteration of spring rolls. They’re usually ground meat and minced vegetables, rolled in rice paper and fried until crispy. You’ll see pyramids of them in markets in Vietnam, premade and ready to take away. They’re also served cut up with bún chả (see below) as a dish called bún chả giò, and they’ll show up as an appetizer everywhere – drinking stalls, bus stations, or the freezer at VinMart.

Bánh Mì Sandwiches

Foodie restaurants from Seattle to Budapest are using bánh mì as an excuse to serve some great Southeast Asian-inspired creations between pieces of bread. These sandwiches are taking over the world for good reason. Vietnam’s national sandwich is a white baguette stuffed with pâté, egg, sausage, or pork belly on a bed of cilantro, peppers (jalapeños or others), cucumber, chili sauce, mayonnaise, and pickled daikon radish and carrots. Ideally, the bread is toasted and there are some added toppings you can throw on there – sauteed onions, tofu, etc. They cost anywhere from 12,000 to 50,000 dong and I end many days in Vietnam thinking I should be eating more bánh mì.

Eat them at Banh Mi 25 in Hanoi (they’ll add avocados and other great foodie shit), here in Ho Chi Minh, Vegan Banh Mi or Lovegan if you need vegetarian or vegan food in Hanoi, and at Bánh mì Huỳnh Hoa in Ho Chi Minh City.

Bánh Bao – Steam Buns

Like many people, I’ve been a bun and dumpling addict for years. Bánh bao are your classic steam buns and they’ve become a bit of a comfort food. They’re made with savory fillings – pork, salted quail egg with pork, barbecued pork, mixed veggies, or mysterious but great vegan things – and with sweet fillings: taro, custard, pandan, and the list goes on.

Look for big silver steamers in front of any shop, even the corner store that sells nothing but cigarettes and Red Bull. They’re also kept in hot-holding cabinets with metal shelves. VinMart sells them, if there’s no other option.

Bánh Cuốn – Ultra-Thin Steamed Rice Pancakes

They’re not crepes and they’re not rice paper rolls. Bánh cuốn are impressive to watch being made – the cook spoons ultra-light fermented rice batter across a cloth, pulled tight over a pot of boiling hot water. The batter settles and steams, thickening slightly and forming a light, soft base. The cook cracks an egg on top or spoons a line of minced pork and dark brown “wood ear” mushrooms down the middle, lets the filling cook, and then uses a wooden stick to fold the fragile bánh cuốn over itself and lift it off the cooking cloth. The bánh cuốn is served cut in pieces and topped with deep fried shallots. Eat it with chopsticks and dip each piece into the mildly sweet sauce – think of a less fine-tasting Japanese mirin. Sometimes bánh cuốn shops serve a bit of pork pâté on the side.

Bánh cuốn shops are often open only for breakfast, so go early just in case. Find them at Bánh Cuốn Gia Truyền Thanh Vân in Hanoi and at Bánh Cuốn Bà Hanh in Saigon.

Chè – This Dessert is the Next Bubble Tea

Chè seems to be an all-encompassing term for Vietnamese desserts involving jellies, diced fruit, tapioca, beans, syrups, coconut, taro, and plenty of things I can’t identify. It’s a relative of cendol, and served both hot and cold. Most chè shops are set up buffet or fast casual style: the pieces are all laid out in bowls, just point to what you want, tell them if you want some ice in there to make it cold, and they’ll tell you how much it costs at the end. It won’t be more than 40,000 dong (

Just like with big bubble tea shops, the options are endless. Fruits usually include lychee, jackfruit, longan, or mango, while jellies include black grass jellies and palm seeds. Always add coconut cream and ice, if you’re into those, but the best topping I had was some sort of clear gelatinous thing from a pot. Maybe read this guide to chè before you go. Sometimes there’s glutinous black rice and yogurt or ice cream to be had too.

The Issue of Hột Vịt Lộn… (Fetal Duck Egg)

I was coming back late from a pilgrimage to the best bánh mì in Ho Chi Minh City so I could probably claim I just wasn’t hungry, but I’m okay owning up to it: when the young woman running the guest house offered, I had – and still have – no desire to eat hột vịt lộn, or fetal duck egg.

Hột vịt lộn are fertilized eggs that have been allowed to develop for a couple weeks. They’re hard boiled and then cracked open and eaten with fresh herbs, salt, lime, pepper, and chili. The woman at the guesthouse had mixed the condiments and spices in a little bowl and was cracking the shells, dipping the egg in, and popping them down the hatch whole. They’re a common snack in Vietnamese cuisine but not everyone here eats them. The woman admitted she bought them in part to get a rise out of guests.

I’ll admit that it’s mostly the idea of eating these that I can’t get past. I do bugs. I do chopped raw water buffalo salad (laap kwai dip, ลาบควายดิบ, in Thailand – eat it here or here). But the next day when I asked a Vietnamese friend in Saigon about hột vịt lộn, they warned me that if you buy them raw to cook at home, sometimes you’ll get an egg that’s a little too far along and is close to hatching.

The author behind the encyclopedic Vietnam travel site The Vietnam Coracle however, cuts the bullshit and tells people to just get over it and eat it. I leave it up to you. If it just sounds too big to swallow quickly in case things are going poorly, Vietnamese (and Filipinos) also eat fetal quail eggs – much smaller.

Note: They’re also called trứng vịt lộn.

Where are the pickles?!?

Many people, myself included who’ve eaten Vietnamese food outside of Vietnam point to pickled vegetables as a key part of banh mi, but they don’t always make it into the sandwich here. If you’re craving salty and a little stinky, ask for dưa muối (that’s “zeu-uh moy-ee”), especially common at drinking spots.

This is different from chanh muối, or pickled limes. They’re used for pickled limeade (with a lot of sugar), a common drink that’s worth trying if you see it on a menu (chanh muối).

Đăng bởi: Cường Lê

Từ khoá: Vietnamese Street Food: the 9 Dishes You Have to Try

Hold His Hand To Watch The Sunrise At The Cape Of Con Dao

Travel experience at Ca Shark Cape Overview of Shark Nose

See also: The package tours in Con Dao

The right time to travel to Ca Shark Cape

Overview of Shark Nose

When should you travel to Shark Cape? A typical feature of Mui Ca Map, Con Dao is sea tourism, so the summer from May to September is always the best tourist season . Because at this time the weather is clear, with warm sunshine, very suitable for traveling to the sea and participating in recreational activities at the beach. However, to ensure a smooth trip, you should still preview the weather forecast before going to Shark Cape. Because storms often happen in summer, if you do not follow the weather forecast carefully, and unfortunately get caught in the rain, it will greatly affect your journey to explore Shark Cape .

How to move to Shark Nose

The right time to travel to Ca Shark Cape

Shark Cape is located right on Dam Ben Road and close to Bai Nhat beach, so finding Ca Map Cape is not too difficult. If you are in Con Dao, you can depart from Cau Tau 914, go south, along Dam station for more than 7km to reach Ca Map Cape.

Note: According to the travel experience of Cape Shark, it is self-sufficient and convenient , on the way to the Shark Cape, you should ask the local people around here to avoid getting lost and can find the Cape Shark as fast as possible, to save travel time.

What is Shark Cape Tourism?

Not only is a famous tourist destination in Con Dao , but Mui Ca Shark is also recognized by Travel and Leisure magazine as one of the 20 most mysterious islands in the world. Because besides the wild beauty, Shark Cape also records many ups and downs of Vietnam in ancient times. Visitors coming here not only can explore nature, but also have the opportunity to learn more clearly the history of Vietnam through famous sightseeing places such as:

Con Dao Museum: A place to store many artifacts from the nation’s heroic years and the documents of Vietnamese national heroes. Besides, coming here you will also have a chance to better understand the history of the country.

Phu Hai Prison: Built by the French in the late nineteenth century and is a place to keep prisoners, including patriotic soldier Phan Chu Trinh.

Hang Duong cemetery: Visitors should come here to offer incense to commemorate the national heroes who gave their life to the country, especially the grave of the national heroine Vo Thi Sau with many stages. mysterious epiphany.

Pier 914: A place where hundreds of thousands of prisoners are recorded in exile.

Pier 914 Con Dao

Travel experience about Mui Ca Shark should go, what to play? Coming to Shark Nose, the first thing you will be immersed in the wild natural space, fresh air, comfortable, creating a sense of relaxation. Far away is the clear blue sea, cool, long stretches of sand, smooth white, visitors can go swimming and participate in activities here such as camping, BBQ at the beach, watching the sunset. and especially watching the sunrise is the most interesting experience in Cape Shark that is most popular . All this makes any visitor here also full of praise and do not want to leave at all.

In particular, Shark Cape has not been strongly exploited in tourism, has not been affected much by human hands, so this place still retains its inherent pristine beauty. Coming to Shark Cape, you will feel the peaceful, rustic and strangely idyllic beauty, an island associated with the history of bombs in Vietnam, yet extremely close, friendly to nature. .

What to eat when traveling to Shark Cape

The natural beauty of Shark Nose

As mentioned above, Ca Map Cape is still quite unspoiled island, not yet developed many tourism services. Therefore, if you want to enjoy food and specialties in Con Dao, you will have to move quite far, to the city center or famous nearby places to buy food. Some delicious and attractive dishes at Con Dao Shark Point you should enjoy such as: Her snail dish, red lobster, oyster sauce, grilled fish with foil, squid, almond seed jam, …

Red Lobster – Delicious dish at Shark Nose

However, those who have previous travel experience in Cape Shark shared that, most visitors come here often bring their own food and organize their meals, camping right on the beach, bringing many experiences. memorable and much more interesting. However, after eating, remember to clean up the trash, to keep the general hygiene, as well as not make a bad impression on tourists.

With its peaceful beauty, Shark Cape is always a favorite destination for tourists. And with the full and detailed information and travel experiences above, we hope to help you have a smooth trip and have more wonderful experiences.

Đăng bởi: Thành Quý

Từ khoá: Hold his hand to watch the sunrise at the Cape of Con Dao

Experience The Green Living Space At Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

After a stressful working week, instead of wandering around familiar places of Hanoi street every weekend, you can go to somewhere not too far from the city center to rest and recharge. , it will be a quiet, relaxing and especially close to nature, heaven and earth. Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat is an ideal destination that fully meets the criteria that you desire.

You may not know, Tomodachi in Japanese means friendship, and when you come to this place you will encounter some Japanese architecture here, and especially wearing Kimono – traditional Japanese clothing to take pictures too.

Checkin at the gate of the beautiful Tomodachi Retreat Village

Review of Tomodachi Retreat Village  below will be extremely detailed and complete, please read with Vietnam Tourists to follow!

1. How to move to the Tomodachi Retreat Village

Tomodachi Retreat Village is  located in Trai Lang village, Co Dong commune, Son Tay town, only about 40km from the center of Hanoi, just about an hour by car, you have arrived in this beautiful village. And to get here you can choose one of the following 4 ways to move:

– The first is to go by the resort’s own transport, there will be a Limousine of the Retreat Village to pick you up at a number of available locations, you can contact the front desk to inquire about the details of the pick up point, as well as book a car through the reception for convenience.

Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat is located just outside Hanoi only about 1 hour drive to arrive

– The second is traveling by bus: take bus 107 at Kim Ma bus station or bus 74 at My Dinh bus station, you can track on google maps the bus route to get off, or ask your assistant to remind you when near the destination. The down point will be the bus station near 11th Battalion, from here let’s take a taxi to the village of Mit, only about 3km.

– The third is due to transfer by car or personal computer: Go to Big C Thang Long, go straight along Thang Long Avenue, to Lang Hoa Lac intersection, then turn right to follow the direction of Highway 21A. Going a little further, turn to 11th Battalion, then go another 3km to reach Lang Mit.

Tomodachi Retreat Village is one of the most  unique destinations located in the suburbs of Hanoi , suitable for those who want to have a relaxing weekend, without having to go too far.

2. Review the accommodation service of the Tomodachi Retreat Village

After checking in, there will be a receptionist to take you to your room. Tomodachi’s space is really beautiful, dreamlike with the green of nature pervading the path, you feel like you are lost in a farmhouse with wrong fruits on a branch.

Along the way are beautiful little villas of Tomodachi. The design of these villas is very unique, bringing the essence of Vietnamese countryside and Japanese design style, creating a familiar feeling, equally luxurious and sophisticated.

A special feature of this resort is that each Villa will be named after the plants in front of the room, such as the Villa named Sapota (in Vietnamese, sapodilla), which means that the front porch has two sapodilla trees bear fruit. The villas have very funny and lovely names, translated into Vietnamese, will be names such as Pomelo Villa, Jackfruit Villa, Mango Tree Villa …

There is also a super fond of jackfruit garden here, and the wrong fruit at times is very delicious.

Tomodachi has another super delicious specialty that is “jackfruit” (100% real jackfruit)

And the most impressive is probably the Villa called Mother’s House, which means mother’s house. The design of this house is very impressive with a curved dome like the back of a mother struggling to grow up.

Although Tomodachi’s Villa is not too large, it is designed very airy, the rooms are classic design style but extremely complete and comfortable. All items in the room are laid out in a minimalistic, delicate manner, every smallest detail is carefully cared for. The feature of the room in Tomodachi is that the room has air conditioning, hot water tank but no TV and refrigerator, perhaps because you want visitors to avoid exposure to much technology to fully immerse yourself in the natural lifestyle. course.

View the room overlooking Lang Hau lake, wake up every morning, step out onto the balcony to welcome the dawn and look out to the green lake, massage the village of bamboo, feel so peaceful and relaxed. much.

3. Review infinity swimming pool at Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

Decorated inside Villa room, with view overlooking Lang Hau lake. Every morning, wake up, step out onto the balcony to welcome the dawn in the natural space

After checking in and resting, you can head to Tomodachi’s infinity pool to relax. Swimming pool with direct view to Lang Hau lake is very beautiful and airy.

The pool’s water is very clear, clean and has no chlorine scent. According to Tomodachi, the pool’s water is taken entirely from the groundwater, both clean, green, and healthy.

Besides immersing yourself in cool water, you can also take super sparkling virtual live photos to show off to your friends.

4. Review activities at the Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

The infinity pool at Tomodachi Retreat, with blue and clear water, is not chemically treated. Virtual live photography is also extremely fanciful!

Here are some extremely interesting activities at the Tomodachi Retreat Village Resort that you must definitely experience, they are:

– Get up early to welcome dawn, practice heavenly qigong.

– Enjoy traditional Spa services, wellness visits, foot baths and herbal saunas.

– Fishing at Lang Hau lake.

– Read books at the library Tomodachi Library.

– Cycling to explore the countryside and the people.

– Swimming at infinity pool.

– Enjoy tea

– Learn baking

– Take photo check-in with Kimono, Hanbok or traditional Vietnamese costume

Take photo to check in with Kimono

One day schedule at the Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

Tomodachi has many beautiful checkin corners, space filled with natural plants, and especially the design style bearing Japanese architecture, minimalist but no less delicate, luxurious but close, close. attached.

Tomodachi prepared Kimono, Hanbok, and traditional Vietnamese folk costumes for guests to take photos.

It is known that the investor of Tomodachi Retreat Jackfruit Village used to study abroad in Japan and devoted a lot of enthusiasm to build a special resort to become a place where tourists can rest, experience peace of mind. soul in a place close to nature, plants. More or less in Tomodachi’s shadow is the image of the Northern village – where he used to live in his childhood.

Nice outfit, beautiful scene, then take a photo now. Remember to invite your hearted deputy and a good camera too!

Visiting Khai Nguyen pagoda

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Tap Tien Qigong

May everything be peaceful at the peaceful Khai Nguyen pagoda

Every day, at 5:30 am and 21:00, there will be a class of Qin Thien Qigong taking place at Moc Hoa Duong. This is a special feature of Tomodachi when the activities are always oriented to the health and spiritual life of the traveler.

Qigong is a very good subject for health and spirit, helping the practitioner relax, relax, relax the tendons and the whole body. Practicing qigong in the morning will bring you a new day full of energy, and practicing in the evening before going to bed will help you sleep better and deeper.

Experience Spa services, Sauna, Herbal Foot Soak

Spa services in Tomodachi Oriental style with traditional massage and acupressure exercises to help you relax, relax the whole body, dispel fatigue, daily fatigue.

In particular, the Spa area of ​​this place has bottles of essential oils used for sauna or foot soaking that are very fragrant and comfortable.

Read books at the Tomodachi library

Tomodachi’s essential oils are very fragrant

After relaxing at the Tomodachi Spa, you can stop by the Tomodachi Library to read a book. Tomodachi’s library has a lot of good books to choose from, there is also a meeting room for corporate travelers, organizations want to meet with each other.

Tomodachi Library has a view overlooking the beautiful Lang Hau lake, reading books while indulging in the clouds, the river, and what’s more wonderful.

Not only is a reading library, but also Tomodachi Library is a place for you to live virtual with many beautiful shimmering corners.

Medical examination

Tomodachi Library is not only a reading library but also a place for you to live virtual with many beautiful shimmering angles.

In addition to Spa services, Tomodachi also invited Doctor Tran Minh Chau – Deputy Director of Hospital 199 to come here to visit, take pulse and measure blood pressure for tourists.

Visiting activities take place every day from 9:00 – 10:00 am, remember to be on time.

Cycling, fishing

Every day in the morning and afternoon, you can cycle around Lang Hau lake to visit the natural landscape and the lives of the people here. Bicycles in the Mit Retreat Village are free to use.

Besides sightseeing cycling, you can also experience fishing at Lang Hau Lake, which is also very “chill”!

5. Review of cuisine at Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

Food is one of the things that will make you feel impressed and excited when you experience the service at the Mit Village. Tomodachi’s cuisine has a rustic village style with many  familiar Hanoi dishes but delicately processed and decorated.

In Tomodachi, there will not be a delicacy like other resorts, but healthy food should use a lot of pure natural ingredients. You will enjoy a proper village rice meal with rustic dishes such as salt-roasted peanuts, goby fish with pepper, pickled gourd soup, French tomato, and pickles … 

6. General Assessment of the Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

The cuisine of Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat with rustic dishes but cleverly arranged and extremely beautiful

The design space of Tomodachi Jackfruit Village is full of cool green trees, will surely bring you a feeling of great comfort, relaxation, you will be rid of all fatigue and sorrow in life.

Besides, the service style of the staff in the village of Mit is also a plus point, always enthusiastically and attentively serving the guests, and not forgetting to show a kind smile every time you meet tourists.

Conclusion

The space of Tomodachi Mat Village is filled with green trees with thousands of beautiful virtual living checkin corners

Above are all sharing and review about the Tomodachi Retreat Village . Hope the above information will help you have a successful trip and get the most wonderful experiences.

And do not forget to take lots of beautiful virtual live photos to upload to your friends to admire.

Đăng bởi: Đức Vũ

Từ khoá: Experience the green living space at Jackfruit Village Tomodachi Retreat

Check In At The Ancient And Sacred Kien An Cung Pagoda

Ancient holy ancient temple

This pagoda is located on Tran Hung Dao street, ward 2, the center of Sa Dec town. An Cung architecture has bold Chinese architectural style because it was built by Chinese people in Fujian to settle and live here. Because they worship Ong Quach instead of Quan Cong as elsewhere, this temple is also known locally as Ong Quach Pagoda. 

For the Chinese in Sa Dec, Kien An Cung Pagoda is not only a place to worship their ancestors or teach the next generations to remember their origins and preserve national identity. In addition to the spiritual place, this place is also known as the place where people gather and organize events that connect the community, exchange information every day, … So for each ethnic Chinese, this place has great significance and importance.Although it has been in existence for hundreds of years, the ancient features of this temple are still sustainable over time. Thanks to the unique architecture, this place is also considered as a typical work for Chinese culture of the Fujian people, one of the three ethnic groups in Dong Thap. Since 1990, becoming a national-level historic site recognized by the State, the tourist attraction is extremely large in this land.

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Unique architecture

Photo: @anhminhsnowFor the Chinese in Sa Dec, Kien An Cung Pagoda is not only a place to worship their ancestors or teach the next generations to remember their origins and preserve national identity. In addition to the spiritual place, this place is also known as the place where people gather and organize events that connect the community, exchange information every day, … So for each ethnic Chinese, this place has great significance and importance.Photo: @xecavien_chaotrangAlthough it has been in existence for hundreds of years, the ancient features of this temple are still sustainable over time. Thanks to the unique architecture, this place is also considered as a typical work for Chinese culture of the Fujian people, one of the three ethnic groups in Dong Thap. Since 1990, becoming a national-level historic site recognized by the State, the tourist attraction is extremely large in this land.Photo: @ letuan1602

In order to build Kien An Cung pagoda during the three-year period, the craftsmen had to work hard to come up with this iconic project. Today there have been many changes, but from the materials, lines, decorative patterns to the arrangement, … From the inside out, it makes you feel like you are lost in an ancient space in China. heart of Sa Dec.

From the outside, you can see the most impressive point is the fence is cast from concrete, but is painted in stylized blue that everyone thinks is made of bamboo. Besides, the wall is also built very low, not sealed, creating ventilation. Standing from a distance, you can still see the majestic temple appearance in the campus filled with green trees. In general, Kien An Cung pagoda was built according to the Chinese word “工”. Consisting of 3 compartments with a spacious and airy cement-lined courtyard because the pagoda’s surface is facing the Cai Son canal. The unique point is that the pagoda is supported by 12 rows of large, glossy black columns made of intricately carved wood and covered with jars written in Chinese characters, above which are dreams and arms assembled without trusses. But the structure is very solid and creates a majesty despite many repairs.Particularly, the roof is also meticulously tiled, with 3 layers from tile to brick, and then the top tile is wavy like dragon scales. At each corner are gradually pointed and curled upwards like a wave. On those 6 waves, there are also miniature palace models that look magnificent and eye-catching. Symbolizes efforts to overcome difficulties and achieve success.The roof of  Kien An Cung pagoda is roofed with yin and yang tiles, but the first part of each roof is covered with tile in a tube shape. When you look up the middle you will see a dimple of the moon. The upper part of the beam at the main door is placed with a diaphragm with the name “Kien An Cung” written in Chinese and painted in gold. Besides, there are also gold-plated wooden unicorns, delicate carved bird-shaped lotus flowers.Bringing the characteristics of the Chinese temple, you can easily see that in front of the main door is placed a statue of 2 unicorns made of blue stone. The two sides are pictures of Mr. Thien and Mr. Evil – two people guarding the temple. Going through this door, you will go straight to the main hall, inside there is an open courtyard like a skylight to help open the air when burning incense as well as the place of worship.The main area of ​​the temple hall of Kien An Cung worships Mr. Quach with his hands holding the jade belt in the middle, the two on the left and right sides are Thanh Thuy To Su and Bao Sanh Dai De holding majestic swords. The east and west corridors are places to receive guests to worship. There are pictures hanging on it, ink painting, Tay Du Ky, fairy tales, … are painted very vividly. Not only for decoration, but also for conveying highly educational intentional messages for generations to come.The effort to build a spacious temple like this is extremely large. Besides workers in Vietnam, all materials, painters, builders, … are brought from China over a long way. Although today Kien An Cung has become one of the oldest temples, the colors, decorative lines or pictures in the pagoda are still not affected by time. Always shining and being a popular tourist attraction.

Attend the festival at Kien An Cung Pagoda

Photo: @ imthoa97On the two occasions of Mr. Quach’s birth and enlightenment, not only the Chinese, but it also attracts people from all over the country to visit and combine worship. Do not forget to attend the ceremony, please get a tattoo to see how your destiny is and pray for peace for yourself and your family. The temple is famous for its sacred nature, so if you are sincere, you will achieve what you ask for.Photo: @dinhuylu

Because this temple is located right in the center of the big road in Sa Dec town, you can find the way easily. It is only 25 km from two major cities, Vinh Long and Can Tho. You can follow the signpost or look up Google Maps to get to the temple by private vehicle or bus.

The peaceful temple always attracts those who love nostalgia

Traveling in the West to Sa Dec, everyone is fascinated by this land by nostalgic strange things. Along with the Sa Dec flower village, this temple will also make you have moments of relaxing sightseeing with attractive ancient architecture.

Đăng bởi: Uyên Ngọc

Từ khoá: Check in at the ancient and sacred Kien An Cung pagoda

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