Tra Que is a small village located 2 km north-east of Hoi An Ancient Town. The village has existed for at least 300 years. It is located between Tra Que algae pond and the De Vong River, with special rich soil nutrition, and ideal place for growing fresh herbs.
The 15th day of the seventh lunar month is the Buddhist version of the Christian All Soul’s Day, when the souls of those condemned to suffer in hell for their sins are freed for a day. The Vu Lan Day in Hoi An is an event associated with the annual wandering of the […]
Beautiful temples in Ninh Binh, North Central Vietnam Hoa Lu overview: Hoa Lu Ancient Capital used to be the economic, political and cultural center of Dai Co Viet (Great Viet) – the first centralized feudal state of Vietnam which existed from 968 to 1010 C.E.). It is also the native land of 3 royal dynasties: […]
Hoi An at night. Hoi An city at night is a fascinating mixture of history, culture, architecture and human life. In its ancient streets, recognised as World Cultural Heritage, many things have remained intact as precious relics apart from the war-ravaged ones. Hoi An is a living museum created and carefully preserved by the city […]
Nha Trang Travel Guide Khanh Hoa province Area: 5,198.2 sq. km Population: 1,122,400 habitants (2005) Capital: Nha Trang City Administrative divisions: – Town: Cam Ranh – Districts: Van Ninh, Ninh Hoa, Dien Khanh, Khanh Vinh, Khanh Son, Truong Sa. Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Ra Glai, Hoa, Co Ho… Geography Khanh Hoa Province is a coastal […]