Cambodian market in Ho Chi Minh City has long attracted visitors

Cambodian market in Ho Chi Minh City has long attracted visitors

The Cambodian market, known as Le Hong Phong Market, is accessible on foot or motorbike. Local Vietnamese Cambodian vendors have resided in Vietnam for decades, having fled back in the 1970s due to the neighboring civil war. Traditional Cambodian market...
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The 99-year-old Hanh Thong Tay church in Saigon

The 99-year-old Hanh Thong Tay church in Saigon

The land on which Hanh Thong Tay Church in Go Vap District was built in 1921. The construction by a French contractor took three years. The 99-year-old Hanh Thong Tay church in Saigon: The 99-year-old Hanh Thong Tay church in...
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The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province south-central Vietnam

The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province south-central Vietnam

Nhan Tower was erected in honor of legendary fairy Thien Y A Na who is said to have descended from heaven to instruct the Cham ethnic people in plowing and weaving. The 12th century Nhan Tower in Phu Yen Province...
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Make drying fish in Phuoc Hai Town in Ba Ria-Vung Tau

Make drying fish in Phuoc Hai Town in Ba Ria-Vung Tau

In Phuoc Hai Town of central Vietnam’s Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, 40 households earn their daily living by drying fish. Under the blazing noon sun, workers use a trolley to bring out baskets of fish to the drying yard that...
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A photo exhibit on Saigon’s street narrates the city’s cultural, historical

A photo exhibit on Saigon’s street narrates the city’s cultural, historical

The photo exhibit “Over 320 Years of Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City’s Culture and History”, with about 100 works, commemorates the 44th anniversary of Saigon – Gia Dinh being renamed Ho Chi Minh City on July 2, 1976. A...
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Traced the territorial milestones marking Vietnam’s sovereignty in Con Dao

Traced the territorial milestones marking Vietnam’s sovereignty in Con Dao

When An visited Con Dao Archipelago in southern Vietnam with his family, he decided to track the A3, A4, and A5 landmarks. These are three of the 11 baseline location points, marking Vietnam’s territorial waters. Traced the territorial milestones marking...
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A Ho Chi Minh renowned polyglot of 19th century, designed his own tomb

A Ho Chi Minh renowned polyglot of 19th century, designed his own tomb

The tomb of Truong Vinh Ky stands on a land lot of about 2,000 square meters at the intersection of Tran Hung Dao and Tran Binh Trong streets in HCM city. A Ho Chi Minh renowned polyglot of 19th century,...
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The Ben Thanh Market, an iconic international tourist attraction in Saigon

The Ben Thanh Market, an iconic international tourist attraction in Saigon

Ben Thanh Market fails to hustle and bustle, is starving for domestic attention since it reopened after the pandemic-triggered closure. The Ben Thanh Market, an iconic international tourist attraction in Saigon: It has been almost two months since Vietnam lift...
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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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