Tay Ninh Province in Vietnam offers an abundance of natural wonders

Tay Ninh Province in Vietnam offers an abundance of natural wonders

Tay Ninh Province offers an abundance of natural wonders, alongside the manmade intricacies of traditional handicrafts and spiritual blessings. Tay Ninh Province in Vietnam offers an abundance of natural wonders: A wide angle shot of Ba Den Mountain, seen from...
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Xiem Can Pagoda a place of worship and a repository of Khmer culture

Xiem Can Pagoda a place of worship and a repository of Khmer culture

Located seven kilometers away from Bac Lieu Town’s center, Xiem Can pagoda stands out for its signature features of Khmer architecture. Xiem Can Pagoda a place of worship and a repository of Khmer culture: The Xiem Can Pagoda in Bac...
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Le Ba Tan allows customers to bring books to exchange for a cup of coffee

Le Ba Tan allows customers to bring books to exchange for a cup of coffee

The coffee shop covers only 60 square meters but houses around 10,000 books, stored in ceiling high shelves over four years. Le Ba Tan allows customers to bring books to exchange for a cup of coffee: With over 10,000 books...
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Greenery and eco-friendly luxury – welcome to Phu Quoc Island

Greenery and eco-friendly luxury – welcome to Phu Quoc Island

A laidback vibe, among the cleanest air in the country, beautiful beaches amid lush greenery and eco-friendly luxury – welcome to Phu Quoc Island. Greenery and eco-friendly luxury – welcome to Phu Quoc Island: A laidback vibe, among the cleanest...
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Hundreds of families in Bac Lieu entire lives are spent harvesting salt

Hundreds of families in Bac Lieu entire lives are spent harvesting salt

Dong Hai has the largest salt-harvesting area. In Dong Hai, both men and women carry baskets of salt. Bamboo baskets used for the purpose weigh 40 kg when filled. Hundreds of families in Bac Lieu entire lives are spent harvesting...
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Hon Son – a lesser-known island in Kien Giang Province southern Vietnam

Hon Son – a lesser-known island in Kien Giang Province southern Vietnam

Pristine Hon Son island, often referred to as Hon Rai, is located 65 kilometers west of Rach Gia Town, capital of Kien Giang, and covers 11 square kilometers. Hon Son – a lesser-known island in Kien Giang Province southern Vietnam:...
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On Lang Pagoda in Saigon now dedicated to Chinese Sea Goddess Mazu

On Lang Pagoda in Saigon now dedicated to Chinese Sea Goddess Mazu

On Lang Pagoda located on Lao Tu street of Saigon’s District 5, is remarkable for its extensive line up of deities, currently totaling 16 Chinese Buddhist divinities. On Lang Pagoda in Saigon now dedicated to Chinese Sea Goddess Mazu: On...
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Bui Vien beer street, Saigon’s backpacker Mecca, is again buzzing

Bui Vien beer street, Saigon’s backpacker Mecca, is again buzzing

Bui Vien, dubbed “Saigon beer street,” is closed to vehicles during weekends. It is popular among foreign tourists for its energy, beer clubs, bars and pubs, loud music, lights, and general atmosphere of cheer. Bui Vien beer street, Saigon’s ...
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Sedge fields bathed in sunshine is a picturesque scene in Mekong Delta

Sedge fields bathed in sunshine is a picturesque scene in Mekong Delta

The sedge fields in Vung Liem District’s Trung Thanh Dong Commune in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long look neat and organized when seen from above. Sedge fields bathed in sunshine is a picturesque scene in Mekong Delta: A...
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Salt harvest begins at dawn in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu

Salt harvest begins at dawn in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu

Bac Lieu is one of the country’s biggest salt producers, with production primarily salt harvest taking place in Dong Hai and Hoa Binh districts. Working on them is a strenuous and demanding job. Salt harvest begins at dawn in the Mekong...
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