(VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.85) Ly Son Island


(VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Ly Son Island is quite simply like heaven on a blue ocean for backpackers with its crystal clear waters full of reef wildlife, white sandy beaches, plush green garlic fields and spectacular volcano scenery.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.84) Mui Ne – Phan Thiet


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Mui Ne is a coastal fishing town in the south-central Bình Thuan Province of Vietnam. The town, with approximately 25,000 residents is a ward of the city of Phan Thiet.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.83) Tram Chim National Park


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Spreading over an area of 7 villages (Tan Cong Sinh, Phu Duc, Phu Tho, Phu Thanh A, Phu Thanh B, Phu Hiep) and Tram Chim town in Tam Nong District

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.82) Cuc Phuong National Park


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Cuc Phuong National Park (Vườn Quốc-gia Cúc-phương) is in Ninh Binh Province of Vietnam. Cuc Phuong National Park is Vietnam’s largest national park and one of the most important sites for biodiversity in the country. It is homes to hundreds of species of flora and fauna. The park can be visited from Hanoi as a day trip or visitors can stay at the park’s lodging for a longer stay. Visiting the park is a terrific opportunity to get a close look at Vietnam’s nature and fees generated from tourism help protect the parks wildlife and improve the local economy. The best time of the year to visit the park is during the dry season, from November to February.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.80) Hotel Majestic (Saigon)


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) The Hotel Majestic is a historic luxury hotel located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built by local Chinese businessman Hui Bon Hoa in 1925 in a French Colonial and classical French Riviera styles. Bon Hoa was one of the richest business men in southern Vietnam at the time.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.79) Po Nagar Cham Towers in Nha Trang


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Po Nagar Cham temple complex was built between 8th and 11th centuries by the Cham people who once ruled the central plain of Vietnam. The Cham people, who were Hindu in origin, had their own Sanskrit-based script. They are renowned for their skills in sculpture and architecture and left behind a legacy of artifacts and temple settlements not only in Vietnam, but also Cambodia and Thailand.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.78) Elephant Racing Festival


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) To those who live in Tay Nguyen, Vietnam, elephant is their precious animal. In local people's daily life, this wild animal has become a close friend with humans as they help people in working, transporting, and traveling.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.77) Dalat Education College


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Dalat Education College is considered one of the oldest and the most original in Da Lat. Previously, It’s opened all days of the week. However, due to the large number of tourists, the school proposed regulations about the time to visit.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.76) Dong Ky Wood Carving Village


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) Dong Ky, a traditional wood carving village, is located in Dong Quang commune, Tien Son district, Bac Ninh province, about 25km from Hanoi. Legend has it that under the reign of the fourth Hung King, Cuong Cong, a native of Dong Ky, put down a rebellion against the king. Cuong Cong had recruited soldiers from his home village, dividing them into four wings commanded by four generals. Before going into battle, he had a feast for his army and set off firecrackers to encourage them. From that time on, Dong Ky villagers praised him as their tutelary deity.

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    (VietKings.Values) The Journey To Promote Vietnam Records (P.75) Tuong Binh Hiep lacquer village


    (VietKings.org - IndochinaKings.org) For a long time, Vietnamese ancestors knew how to trim gold on their artistic works. According to the book “Gia Dinh Thanh Thong Chi” by Trinh Hoai Duc, lacquer industry was brought to the South by Northern and Central people by the end of the 17th century. Legend has is that alien residents still always remembered their homeland after settling down a new land, so pictures of their homeland were kept to help them ease home sickness.

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