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The Ancient Town of Hoi An is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port. Its rustic charms date back to the 15th century, when indigenous and foreign influences were combined to produce this once bustling trading city. Located in the heart of the Town, the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture is home to numerous artifacts and materials of the Sa Huynh civilization, the very first traders of the port town.

I. History of the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture

The Sa Huynh people, known as the first settlers to have trades with merchants from Southeast Asia, South India and China, is yet known little about. The civilization is claimed to have developed in the Hoi An region from 1000BC to 2C AD, prior to the appearance of the Chams. Being in existence for more than 5000 years, the culture extended from the Neolithic period to the beginning of the Iron Age in provinces in Quang Binh to South Central Coast and Central Highlands. With Sa Huynh in the Central, Dong Son and Oc Eo in the north, these three major cultures were the cradle of civilization in Vietnam.

Sa Huynh economy was contributed from many sectors: agriculture (wet rice), forestry, fishery and traditional crafts. By the end of the era, sea trading was booming. During the first centuries AC in the Central, some harbor cities were formed along the coast line, including Hoi An. Since, the Sa Huynh Culture had had cultural and commercial exchanges with numerous regions in Southeast Asian, ancient China and ancient India.

Archaeologists and scientists have been studying this culture very closely, hence the foundation of the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture in 1994. Housing 971 artifacts of a civilization that flourished 2000 years ago, the museum mainly featured terracotta and metal work found in the Hoi An area. All the objects on display are original artifacts.

II. Highlights of Museum of Sa Huynh Culture

1. Architecture

Owning a good mix of Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asian architecture styles, the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture represents the distinctive vibe of Hoi An. The museum converges the architecture of a national-calibered museum in the Central.

2. Display 

The museum provides visitors with useful information about the ancient Sa Huynh culture’s inhabitants, regarding their burial customs, conceptions of life/death, the history of the region and relationships with other cultures.

Being one of the three major cultures in Vietnam during the Iron Age, the Sa Huynh culture specialized in metal wares (bronze and iron), as well as ceramics. The majority of the displays comprises articles such as jewellery, weapons and useful implements. The jewellery collection primarily consists of stone earrings in various shapes: lion’s head shape, beast shape and bronze three-pin shape, etc. The utensil collection features ceramic housewares, onyx rings, copper axes and iron axes.

Another feature that the Sa Huynh residents had perfected to the level of art is the funerary rituals and rites. The Museum of Sa Huynh Culture showcases 200 funerary jars from 50 different sites, most of which date back to the 1st Millenium BC. These gourd-shaped terracotta jars in multiple sizes were used by ancient Champa residents for burial purposes.

The most noticeable artifacts include Linga a symbol usually located in the main hall of Cham towers, and a Western Han Dynasty bronze mirror. Dating from the 1st century BC and engraved with numerous sophisticated patterns, the mirror symbolizes the culture and power of the tribe. It is one of the two extremely valuable mirrors unearthed by the Sa Huynh Culture archeologists. Religious works such as sandstone statues of Vishnu, Nadin, Shiva, Makara and Garuda also fascinate international tourists.

Not only providing articles from Hoi An region, the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture also displays iron tools from the region of Oc Eo in the south and Dong Son in the north. These objects testify to a flourishing trade between Sa Huynh and North and South of Vietnam.

In total, the museum has more than 200 funerary jars as well as ceramic and bronze objects, many of which remain intact till the current day. A total of 216 exhibits were acquired from Hau Xa, Thanh Chiem, An Bang and Xuan Lam villages. Descriptions are given of each item on display. The museum also provides detailed archeological explanations with documents and photos that show their exact locations underground. These artifacts and documents are considered the most unique collection of the Sa Huynh Civilization in Vietnam.

III. What to See and Do in The Museum of Sa Huynh Culture?

As mentioned before, the Museum is a must-visit for history buffs. Touring around the museum and taking photos will usually take one hour. The friendly staff will help you understand more about the burial custom, aesthetic awareness and exchange relations of this lost culture.

On the second floor of the building, the Museum of the Revolution includes portraits of war heroes, as well as more modern objects such as grenade launchers and AK-47s.

IV. How To Get To The Museum of Sa Huynh Culture V. Tips on Visiting Museum of Sa Huynh Culture

Although the museum itself rarely gets too busy, Hoi An Ancient Town becomes very crowded during the morning and afternoon. For a tranquil personal experience, please visit the museum early in the morning.

The museum is best visited as part of a cultural tour of Hoi An Ancient Town.

The museum is closed on the 10th day of each month for conservation purposes and specific professional research and development.

Entrance ticket is included in the ticket to Hoi An Ancient Town.

The museum is suitable for group tours, solo, family and education private tours in Hoi An.

Every year, the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture welcomes nearly 200 visits of both domestic and outlander tourists. Visiting the museum, tourists will have the opportunity to embark on a historic journey dating back thousands of years in time, into the life of the ancient Vietnamese people in the Central. Located in the heart of the picturesque UNESCO Hoi An Town, a visit to the Museum of Sa Huynh Culture will leave you valuable insights into one of the most unique and long-established ancient cultures of prehistoric Vietnam.

Đăng bởi: Tuyết Trâm

Từ khoá: Museum of Sa Huynh Culture in Hoi An – A Journey Back in Time

Tan Ky Old House In Hoi An

Each house in Hoi An old town is a prominent individual of the architectural complex of the whole city. Therefore, Hoi An people still live normal daily lives in their neighborhood, they associated their lives with ancient architectures in their land. Considered the oldest and the most beautiful old house in Hoi An, Tan Ky Old House has retained a lot of precious antiques and has been an attractive destination for tourists.

I. History of Tan Ky Old House

Tan Ky Old House was built in 1741. It is the place where 7 generations of Le family have lived. The name “Tan Ky” was used by Mr. Le Tan Ky (the second generation). At that time, this house was used to trade agricultural products. The front of the house is Nguyen Thai Hoc street while the back is Bach Dang street facing Hoai river. At that time, Hoi An was still a busy international trading port with many Japanese, Chinese and Western merchant ships. Therefore, the location of the house is convenient for trading goods.

For a long time, Tan Ky Old House has suffered from many floods. Especially in 1964, the flood reached the first floor of the house. However, the house has remained miraculously over the years. In the area selling souvenirs for visitors, you can see flood markers in the house.

It is not the oldest house of Hoi An but this is the first ancient house that was pointed “Cultural Work” by the Ministry of Culture and Information in Hoi An since 1985.

II. Architecture of Tan Ky Old House

The house is a combination of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architectural styles. Constructed in a special style, it consists of two overlapping columns, which symbolize the relationship of heaven-human, 5 vertical columns like 5 fingers, symbolize the five elements in nature.

The house owns the typical tubular architecture of the old town. In the house, everywhere there is no window. The unique light of the house is a space called the atrium. However, when you get into this old house, there is no feeling of stuffy at all.

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Wood is the main material for the house, beside the wood there are rocks and floor tiles. The stone is brought back from Thanh Hoa Province. That is the stone that makes the wooden pillars be undamaged. The floor tile is from Bat Trang, which makes the house cool in the summer, and be warm in the winter.

The distinctive point of this house is built not using a small nail. However, the house remains “self-standing” until now.

III. What to See and Do at Tan Ky Old House?

The old house Tan Ky has reserved many horizontal lacquered boards such as “Tích đức lưu tôn” (teaching the children to keep virtue for the following generations); “Tâm thường thái” (keep the mind to always be quiet).

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The area inside the first apartment is the place where artifacts and sailboats are exhibited, which is the symbol of Hoi An Port 400 years ago.

The house also retains a horizontal lacquered board “Bách Điểu ( One Hundred Birds). The archaeologists considered it a unique one in Vietnam. It is written in 100 letters, each of them is a bird which is taking off.

When coming into the house, you can see a shiny black bed, which was carved carefully or the base of a flower vessel is carved elaborately.

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In the house, there is a translation of the inscription of Mr. Le Tan Ky Stele, who established Tan Ky business. It summarizes the story of an orphan boy Cong by his own self-independence that becomes the person of fame, loving, helping the poor and the respect from the people.

Apart from the exhibition space with many priceless antiques in the living room, the house has two cute little corners of homeowners to exhibit small gifts of tourists visited the family as a souvenir gift.

The old house also has space for tourists all over the world to leave the card visit to save his memories when visiting the old house.

IV. How to Get to Tan Ky Old House?

If you are in Chua Cau Hoi An (Japanese Covered Bridge), you can go along Bach Dang Street to Nguyen Thai Hoc Street. The distance is not far, so you can walk slowly to enjoy the beautiful scenes here.

V. Tips on Visiting Tan Ky Old House

If you have the opportunity, you should visit Hoi An from February to April. Hoi An is the most beautiful, and the most sparkling city at this time.

In this house, there is space for selling souvenirs for visitors. Do not forget to buy some items for your relatives!

Let’s get your feet at Hoi An once in your life, do not forget Tan Ky Old House, breathe the peace of the city and listen to past sobbing in each roof tile and feel authentic beauty of the ancient, full vicissitudes of small streets along Hoai River. I’m confident that you will have an unforgettable experience when coming here!

Đăng bởi: Phương Phạm

Từ khoá: Tan Ky Old House in Hoi An

Little Desert In Tropical Land Of Vietnam

About 60 km to the northeast of Phan Thiet City, Bau Trang Sand Dune (Bàu Trắng) (also known as Bau Sen (Bàu Sen), Bach Ho or Bau Cat (Bàu Cát)) is regarded as one of the most stunning desert terrains of Vietnam. Right in the middle of the endless sand dunes, two giant, shimmering lakes appear. Together with the striking lotus pond, they form a poetic scene that will move the heart of any natural lovers.

I. What Makes Bau Trang Sand Dune Special?

Binh Thuan province has always been an intriguing destination for both domestic and foreign tourists with its extraordinary landscape. Bau Trang, an oasis-like location is one example. The area gives the impression of a desert, with vast sand dunes covering most of the land. As you climb up on sand hills, the gigantic lakes will come into view. The lakes are brightly lit under the radiant sun, sparkling like they are made of a thousand diamonds.

A large part of the water surface is covered by clusters of lotuses. The soft pink tone of the flowers, mixing with lush green shade of the leaves and the translucent blue color of the water creates a scenic, mesmerizing landscape.

The stories of Bau Trang date back to a long time ago, when Bau Trang was one giant lake. To facilitate traffic across the area, a sand road was constructed and hence, divided the lake into two separate parts, namely Bau Ba (Bàu Bà) and Bau Ong (Bàu Ông). In the local language, ‘Bau’ means ‘lake’ and ‘Trang’ means ‘white’. The word ‘Bau Trang’ depicts a water body surrounded by stretches of white sand. The other name, ‘Bau Sen’, translated as ‘Lotus Lake’, signifies a specific feature of the area.

Of the two lakes, Bau Ba is the larger one, with an area of 70 km2. It is estimated to be around 3 kilometers in length, and about 500 meters at its widest point. The average depth is nearly 5 meters and reaches its peak at 19 meters during the rainy season. Bau Trang has a diverse ecosystem, with freshwater fish being the majority.

II. Interesting Activities in Bau Trang 1. Driving on Terrain Vehicles

Once you arrive at Bau Trang, the sand dunes are the very first thing to explore. Crossing the terrain on foot is possible, but it seems like a mundane and tiring way of moving around. The more prevalent way to travel, unsurprisingly, is quad bike, a vehicle that resembles a motorcycle, but has four wheels. Controlling the four-wheeler might be more challenging than a regular motorbike, but sitting on one is an unforgettable experience for any tourists. A minor anxiety because of the intense engine, a creeping excitement as the vehicle accelerates. It’s hard to find something to compare with such a unique sentiment.

You can easily find places for renting all-terrain vehicles around Bau Trang. They come in various sizes and colours, so it is sure that you will find something that matches your preference. The rental price ranges from 300.000 VND to 400.000 VND for a 20-minute trip, and 800.000 VND to 1.000.000 VND for a 30-minute trip.

2. Rowing on Bau Ba Lake

If you are looking for a more peaceful, relaxing activity in Bau Trang, a boat trip would satisfy your desire. The boat will take you to the middle of the vast lake, where you gain a closer look at the blooming lotuses. Give yourself a moment of utmost tranquility and immerse in the incredible phenomenon of nature. As you take a deep breath of the lotus mellow fragrance, all your worries seem to fade away for a while. This is why lotus is chosen as the national flower as well as a symbol of Buddhism. It is the perfect representation of tenderness and humanity.

III. Best Time to Visit Bau Trang

The best time to visit Bau Trang is during the summer months (particularly July and August), when the flowers blossom and the weather is sunny for most of the time. However, there may be sudden downpour as the rainy season is not over yet. Therefore, watch the weather forecast beforehand to avoid any unwanted disruption.

The ideal travelling time is 5 a.m to 9 a.m and 4 p.m to 6 p.m in the afternoon.

IV. How to Get to Bau Trang?

There are two common routes to get to Bau Trang, the first one starts from Hon Rom and the second one starts from Phan Thiet City.

With the first option, you will drive along an extensive road to Mui Ne and then continue onward the coastal line for about 12 km before reaching Bau Trang.

With the second option, you need to follow the National Freeway 1A and then turn right at Luong Son Town. From there, you will go through a landscape of hills, sand stretches filled with seashells, and coconut forests to reach your destination, Bau Trang. The distance from the highway to Bau Trang is around 18 km.

1. Motorbike 2. Jeep Car

If you are opting for the first option, hiring a Jeep from Hon Rom might be a good idea. It is a great alternative for motorbike because you can witness the panoramic vista without the inconvenience of extreme summer heat and driving on your own. Normally, the expense of hiring a Jeep is 500.000 VND for four people, with extra charge for additional passengers. You may follow the rental agent’s itinerary, which usually lasts for 3 to 4 hours. Otherwise, you can customize your own journey for an equal amount of time.

3. Taxi

If you are staying in Mui Ne- Phan Thiet City, a taxi could be more accessible than rental Jeep car. It’s also a comfortable way to get to Bau Trang in a short time.

V. Tips on Travelling to Bau Trang

Eating: As Bau Trang is quite a remote area, the options of food are very limited. You should bring some light snacks to fuel yourself and enough water to stay hydrated. After exploring Bau Trang, we recommend you return to Hon Rom for appetizing seafood dishes or Phan Thiet for flavorful local delicacies.

Travelling to Bau Trang sand dune definitely demands a considerable amount of time and effort. However, we can ascertain that the experience is absolutely worth it. With this guide, we hope you will have a gratifying time in Bau Trang.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Năng

Từ khoá: Bau Trang – Little Desert in Tropical Land of Vietnam

One Of Vietnam Wild Nature In Focus

Possessing a diversified floristic composition with hundreds of plant and tree species, a range of wild rare animals and natural beautiful waterfalls and caves, Xuan Son National Park in Phu Tho Province is an ideal destination for Vietnamese and foreign visitors.


I. Topography and Hydrology

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Xuan Son National Park is located at the extreme south-eastern extent of the Hoang Lien Mountains, in the watershed of the Red River. Elevations at Xuan Son are lower than elsewhere in the Hoang Lien mountains: the nearest point above 2,000 m is 40 km to the north-west. Limestone karst covers 1,661 ha, equivalent to 30% of the area of the national park. The limestone karst contains a large number of caves, some of which contain river systems.

II. Why is Xuan Son Attractive?

There is no doubt that Xuan Son holds the most captivating scenery in the country.

1. Fauna

Source: dantocmiennui

The natural vegetation types at Xuan Son are lowland and lower montane evergreen forest, as well as lowland and lower montane limestone forest. To date, 314 vascular plant species, 48 mammal species, 121 bird species, 13 reptile species and 14 amphibian species have been recorded at Xuan Son National Park.

The investment plan reported the occurrence of one group of Black-cheeked Crested Gibbon Hylobates concolor with 3 or 4 individuals, and one group of Phayre’s Leaf Monkey Trachypithecus phayrei with 15 to 18 individuals.

However, the current status of these species at the site is not known, and it is possible that both are locally extinct. In addition, the extensive cave systems at Xuan Son are reported to support a high diversity of bat species.

2. Flora

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The flora of the Xuan Son National Park is very rich and diverse, including 180 families, 680 genera and 1,217 species of 6 vascular plant phyla. The taxon distributions of these taxa are different.

The Magnoliophyta phylum has 151 families (83.88%), 633 genera (93.08%) and 1,130 species (92.85%); the Polypodiophyta has 22 families (12.22%), 38 genera (5.58%) and 74 species (6.08%); the Pinophyta has 3 families, 4 genera and 5 species; the Lycopodiophyta has 2 families, 3 genera and 6 species; the smallest taxa are Equisetophyta and Psilotophyta with 1 family, 1 genus and 1 species each.

The Euphorbiaceae is the most diverse family (60 species), followed by Rubiaceae (49 species), Fabaceae, Moraceae. There are 26 genera with more than 5 species, made up 4% compared to the total genera of the flora but with 186 species (15.28% of the total species of the flora);

These genera are Ficus (24 species), Ardisia (13 species), Piper and Polygonum, each with 9 species; Diospyros, Elaeocarpus, Hedyotis. Psychotria and Dendrobium, each with 7 species; Begonia, Bauhinia, Desmodium, Maesa, Helicia, Solanum, Callicarpa, Clerodenrun, Carex, Cyperus and Dioscorea, each with 6 species and lastly Tectaria, Pteris, Schefflera, Garcinia, Rhododendron and Syzygium, each with 5 species.

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There are 40 endangered species (representing 3,4% of the total species of the flora of the Xuanson national park) listed in the Red Data Book of Vietnam (2004), that need to be given priority for conservation and protection.

Useful plant resources comprise medicinal plants (665 species); timber plants (202 species); vegetables and edible fruits (132 species); ornamental plants (90 species); aromatic plants (26 species); bamboo, rattan, fern, jute (9 species); forages (12 species); oleiferous plants (9 species) and poisonous plants (8 species).

3. Climate

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The climate in Xuan Son is very special. A day experiences 4 distinct seasons. In the morning, the weather is fresh and cool like spring. At mid-day, it is hot like summer. In the afternoon, there is light wind puffing like in autumn. And in the evening, the weather becomes a little bit cold like in winter.

III. Conservation Aspect

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The main threats to biodiversity are shifting cultivation and forest fire. These would appear to be bigger threats in non-limestone areas, where hillsides are suitable for cultivation. Communities inside the national park, which live in limestone areas, cultivate wet rice on flat valley bottoms.

However, the limestone hillsides close to these communities are still covered with primary forest. One conservation issue at Xuan Son is that the national park is, perhaps, too small to support viable populations of several mammal and bird species in the long-term.

Preventing negative impacts on forests, protecting biodiversity and developing sources of precious genes of rare flora for high economic value. Raising public awareness and improving forest-based incomes for the locals for sustainable forest and environmental protection and management, as well. Those are the two most important tasks in Xuan Son National Park.

IV. What to Do in Xuan Son National Park?

Source: luhanhvietnam

The vast diversity of Xuan Son national park is very suitable for outdoor activities like spelunking, trekking or experiencing homestays with some ethnic minority families. When tourists choose homestay services, they will have a chance to enjoy traditional dishes made from bamboo shoots, spring fish, chicken and glutinous rice as well as join a hand to help local people with their work.

Source: luhanhvietnam

The ideal tour for you is to spend the first day at Du village to contemplate the breathtaking view of tea plantation along your two sides as well as pay a visit to the Dao ethnic people. Next, challenge yourself by trekking Ten Mountain which is the highest peak in Xuan Son. After climbing down from the mountain, you can take a car to go back to your hotel.

With numerous unique features, Xuan Son national park deserves to be one of the most popular destinations for eco-tourism in Vietnam.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Kiều Quanh

Từ khoá: Xuan Son National Park – One of Vietnam Wild Nature in Focus

Three Days Of Relaxation In Nha Trang On The Occasion Of The Death Anniversary Of The Ancestors

On the anniversary of the death anniversary (April 9-11), many places are not too crowded, the resorts are also free of charge on the occasion of April 30 and May 1. Here are suggestions to experience Nha Trang in 3 days for young families.

Where to stay?

The resort in Cam Ranh is about 10 minutes by car from the airport and about 30 minutes from the center of Nha Trang city, convenient for travelers who want to relax and love privacy. Which Alma Resort is suggested for families with small children.

The total area of ​​the resort is 30 hectares, located on the pristine Dai beach. There are 580 sea view villas with private swimming pools and apartments. All have a living room, separate bedroom, and kitchen area, suitable for groups of up to 9 people. With a large space and closed design, visitors feel privacy.

View from the villa to the sea. Photo: Lan Huong

The resort has 12 outdoor swimming pools, a water park, cinema, youth play area, children’s play area, gym, yoga, golf course… suitable for all family members family. The price to stay here is from 3,500,000 VND/night. Visitors also have many other options with the same price range to stay as The Anam if they love coconut groves and green lawns or Movenpick Resort…

The next day, you can stay at the center of Nha Trang to explore the city. Tran Phu is a beachfront street with hotels like Intercontinental, priced from 3,000,000 VND/night, Premier Coastal Nha Trang Apartments from 2,800,000 VND/night, or beach resorts like Amiana Resort, priced from 1,900,000 VND/night.


At sunset, you return to Atlantis restaurant on the beach to sip cocktails while sitting on the sand, then enjoy fresh seafood prepared with Vietnamese flavor. If you love European cuisine, go to La Casa Italian restaurant with steak, slow-cooked beef with wine, pizza, and spaghetti. Friday night, there is a pizza-making class for kids.

The evening is the time for you to watch movies in the 70-seat cinema. Guests who love the bustle should head to the Amphitheater area with its outdoor bar. There is a bartending and fire dance performance in the background of vibrant music, attracting a large number of local people every evening. Drink prices here from 50,000 VND.

The next morning, wake up early to watch the sunrise from the big balcony or the beach, then have breakfast. Visitors can sign up for an experience program to see the operation of a resort. It is also installing more than 5,600 solar panels, to reduce carbon emissions into the environment.

After check-out, visitors get on the bus to move to Nha Trang city center. The afternoon schedule is to visit the Nha Trang Institute of Oceanography, near Cau Da port, Vinh Nguyen ward, about 6 km from the center. Ticket price is 40,000 VND/adult, 20,000 VND for students and 10,000 VND for students. Opening hours are from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays.

The Institute is home to 24,000 specimens of more than 4,000 marine species, many of which are beautiful and rare. These creatures live in the East Sea and adjacent seas. They are kept and displayed through pictures, specimens, and living things. Some specimens can be loved by children such as sea cows in Con Dao, Chinese sturgeon, humpback whale skeletons, etc. Here, there are marine species taming areas, artificial mangroves, and birthing areas. big sea creature…

In the evening, instead of enjoying seafood on the mainland, you can choose to have dinner on Emperor Cruises Nha Trang. Boats pick up tourists at Nha Trang port, a few hundred meters from the Institute of Oceanography. The yacht is designed in a classic style but no less luxurious. Cruise in Nha Trang Bay, visitors can go to the top deck to enjoy cocktails, enjoy the cool breeze and watch the sunset.

Anchored in calm waters, the boat serves dinner to music from guitar and violin. The menu includes crab soup, grilled oysters with cheese, steamed lobster… depending on the reservation of visitors. Dinner price from 2,100,000 VND per adult and child from 1,600,000 VND. Guests in need will be served anti-sickness medicine before boarding the boat. You should also avoid days with high winds to avoid feeling drunk and uncomfortable.

In the evening in Nha Trang, visitors can visit the night market, take a walk in April 2 square, and watch the tower of incense. The city has also reopened many bars, including the one on the beach Sailing Club on Tran Phu Street or Skylight located on the 43rd floor of the Havana Hotel with sea views.

On the morning of the third day, visitors visit Ponagar Tower. This is one of the largest Champa cultural heritages in the country, located on a high hill. The area consists of 3 floors connected by stone steps. The Gate Tower area is no longer present, but in the middle is the Mandapa floor where visitors rest and prepare for the ceremony. On this floor, there are 12 small columns outside and 10 large columns inside. The last floor of the structure has towers up to 23 m high, built with tight-fitting bricks, without the need for adhesives. This is also where many tourists save beautiful photos of the tower and the sea view from above.

Some dishes should try in Nha Trang

Besides seafood, Nha Trang has many dishes to remember such as grilled beef, grilled spring rolls, Banh Can / vermicelli with fish…

Nguyen Loan fish cake soup shop at 123 Ngo Gia Tu street is a suggestion. This is a long-standing brand that is loved by many tourists and residents. The shop has cake soup or vermicelli, broth with boiled sailfish, and sweet mackerel. The types of fillings served are fried fish cakes, steamed fish cakes, pickled fish, and crispy jellyfish legs. The special bowl here is 45,000 VND.

Fish noodle soup or fish vermicelli at Nguyen Loan restaurant. Photo: Lan Huong

The next suggested dish is Lac Canh grilled beef. The beef here is sliced ​​into soft squares, marinated with sweet and spicy sauce. Guests can order pre-grilled or raw meat to grill on charcoal stoves, note that the hands are turned over and grilled just right to feel the softness and sweetness of the beef. The shop also sells eel served with rice paper. The average price of a meal is 100,000 VND/person.

Coming to Nha Trang, visitors should not miss spring rolls, served with raw vegetables, pickled vegetables and sweet dipping sauce. The dish is not too full, so it can be used as a side dish. Some suggested addresses for visitors are Dang Van Quyen grilled spring rolls on Lan Ong street, Ba Sau grilled spring rolls in To Vinh Dien…

Đăng bởi: Lưu Xuân Quế

Từ khoá: Three days of relaxation in Nha Trang on the occasion of the death anniversary of the ancestors

Locating The Coordinates Of The Swimming Pool In Vung Tau Is Beautiful

Come to Vung Tau to check-in, do not miss the opportunity to admire one of the 1-0-2 swimming pools in Vietnam: swimming pool encroachment. Just hearing the name makes it interesting, and with Vietnam Travel Forum, locate the coordinates of this beautiful swimming pool in Vung Tau !

Locate the reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau

The reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau is one of the very hot names recently. The lake is located at Binh An Village Resort located in the front beach area at No. 1, Tran Phu street, P1, Vung Tau. 

Discovering the reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau is extremely interesting

@binh_an_village_boutique_hotelLocate the reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau About 120km from the center of Ho Chi Minh city, if you want to move here, you can choose from many different means such as motorbike, car or bus. Travel time is about 2 hours. If you move from Vung Tau city center, it only takes more than 10 minutes to drive to Binh An Village chúng tôi is about 120km from the center of Ho Chi Minh city. This is one of the great resorts with open space and classy service that you should experience. The pool wall is made up of a large circle “encroaching” in the middle of the sea. What is more unique than when bathing in the reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau and feeling the cool sea water only one “fragile” embankment!@abbythanhle

Like a Bali in the heart of Vietnam, Binh An Village Resort is a great destination here and also attracts many tourists to visit. Not only can you admire the famous beaches with poetic seascape but also experience this 1-0-2 “encroachment” pool in Vung Tau. The swimming pool has a beautiful view overlooking the beautiful sea. The pool surface is like “overflowing” into the sea, making it sometimes feel like we are swimming in the sea of ​​fresh water …

Explore the outdoor environment at Binh An Village Resort

@_idontngo It’s not too much to say, coming here you will be fascinated by the beautiful scenery here. The walls between those “two worlds” are paved with small sea of ​​pebbles and it almost sinks under the sea level rise. At such times, no one can even tell the difference between seawater and lake chúng tôi is no exaggeration to say that when you come here, you will be fascinated by the beautiful scenery here. Coming to experience the feeling of swimming in the middle of a “super huge” swimming pool right next to the sea will definitely be an experience you never think of! Imagine relaxing that fresh space as if all the fatigue of normal life will be dissolved.@ hn.nhatha Not only is it simply a place to swim, but this pool is also a place to check-in for many virtual followers. Standing anywhere, any position, you can also give yourself a very beautiful frame. Are you looking for a quality photo shoot? Then visit this unique swimming pool to have a sparkling photo set right away to show off to your friends!Not only is it simply a place to swim, but this pool is also a place to check-in for many virtual followers.@ phuong.bui0809 An extremely, extremely wonderful plus point here that you should know is that you will never have to worry about the crowded situation like on other beaches. Because often such crowded places will make you uncomfortable and affect your trip.Store great moments at the beach reclaiming swimming pool in Vung Tau

In addition to exploring this unique reclaimed swimming pool in Vung Tau , you can also choose to stay at Binh An Village Resort Vung Tau , while enjoying a luxurious resort while admiring the wonderful natural scenery. facing the sea and enjoying delicious food.

Explore the outdoor environment at Binh An Village Resort Inside the resort is an extremely peaceful space like an old village! The designs are oriented towards ancient architecture but do not lose sophistication and elegance. From the walls, scaled tiles, to raw bricks, … all bring a unique East-West harmony that makes the uniqueness here.@ paradox1025@onharley2103 The resort has 5 rooms with different design with 3 Sea View rooms (with sea view) and 2 Garden View rooms (garden view) so you can choose freely. Perhaps that is why Binh An Village Resort is considered as one of the resort “villages” right next to the Saigon wall that you should chúng tôi resort has 5 rooms with different design with 3 Sea View rooms (with sea view) and 2 Garden View rooms (garden view).@abbythanhle The average price to rent a room here falls from only 2,000,000 VND / night, which is very suitable for vacation trips for family and friends. Standing from the rooms, you can admire the distant fishing boats docking or beautiful sunset and dawn.@ ngochan9944 In addition, Binh An Village Resort is also a unique place very suitable for organizing wedding parties. In the midst of the blue sea, golden sunshine, is it wonderful to keep that meaningful moment here? You can also experience other entertainment such as fishing, golf or massage, beauty is equally interesting [email protected]

This weekend, together with Vietnam Travelers, they are hiding from the smoke and dust of the city to find a wonderful and pleasant space when traveling to the beach in front of Vung Tau ! Come to a Binh An Village Resort “no dead corner” to have memorable and wonderful moments!

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Chánh Thi

Từ khoá: Locating the coordinates of the swimming pool in Vung Tau is beautiful

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