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Fishing for crocodiles in Vam Sat mangrove forest
Vam Sat is also home to the rare black-spotted yellow crocodile with red eyes which is only found in the waters of southern Viet Nam and one of the world's fiercest crocodile species. They used to threaten locals in the Can Gio forest but there are no wild carnivores lurking in the rivers today. Instead, tourists who want to see them visit crocodile farms to witness and learn about the species.

HaNoi Univeristy student Hoang Thai Minh said that he and his friends decided to visit even though many of the girls were scared.
Sài Gòn’s Historic China town

As development transforms the surrounding cityscape, one market on downtown Saigon is like a picture of history to life.

HCM City’s China town, Cho Lon, is now hemmed in vast arena of residential quarters in Districts 5 and 10 to the precincts of Districts 6 and 11. “Cho” literally means Market and “Lon” means Big. It is the façade of the Chinese district in the metropolis and the largest districts of its kind of Vietnam. It sprawls out from the West bank of Saigon River, Tran Hung Dao Boulevard, and is made up of several bazaars, in which Binh Tay Market is the largest.

The Ritual Sound

gongThe ethnic minorities in Vietnam’s central Highlands believe ritual gongs can help them connect with the spiritual world

In November 2005, UNESCO recognized the gong as a masterpiece of “the oral and intangible cultural heritage of humanity”

The ethnic minorities in this region have long acknowledged the scared power of these brass instruments. Many believe that a god lives inside each one and if the gongs is older the god is older and therefore more powerful, which often explains why threes instruments are valued as two elephants, several buffaloes or thousand of bamboo trees.

Updated news for Victoria chain renovation
1)Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa
Renovation on the Tafin Bar has been completed and operational since 1st August 2010.

2) Victoria Can Tho Reort
The renovation of Spices Restaurant has completed one week earlier than the scheduled date, and operational since 15th August 2010.

3) Victoria Phan Thiet Beach Resort & Spa

The renovation of both L'Oceane Bar and Tea Bar has been completed since 8th August 2010.
The construction of a wall near to the resort's infinity pool is now scheduled to end on 15 September 2010, instead of 15 August 2010 as previously announced. It will take place daily from 7:30am to 5:00 pm. The purpose of this wall is to separate our resort facilities from a neighboring property. The renovated areas will be partitioned off and should not cause major disturbances to the guests.

4)  Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Le Jarai cruise will cease operations from 2 August 2010 to 15 October 2010 due to annual maintenance.
Sunset on the easternmost coast
Tourists often come to Dai Lanh Cape up to the 26 meter high lighthouse to catch the first rays of the sun on the extreme east coast of the country.

There, hundreds of meters above the deep blue sea, you can see a spectacle, a combination of flat ocean, running hills and streams that bring fresh water from high mountains, absolutely untouched by the hands of modern life.
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