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The bay of wind and clouds

Van Phong BayAn escape to an unspoiled on Van Phong Bay reveals the pleasures of the simple life.

The name of this beautiful bat is Văn Phong. Yet, in a play on words, most people call it Vân Phong (the changed accent gives it a different pronunciation and meaning: “the bay of wind and clouds”). That name gives a better sense of the dream like beauty of the area.

Exquisite food
Am Thuc HueCuisine handed down from the King and Queen of Hue City is something every visitor should experience. The secret recipes are now available for guests to try!

The pomp and elegance of the royal banquet during festivals, which included dance, song, and fanfare, have been handed down to the new generation. Ancient flavors can be found on all corners of Hue. Some recipes have been created by famous chefs, others by skillful mothers and industrious young girls. Under the lines of tress leading from the heart of the city towards Thien Mu pagoda and Emperor Ming Mang’s tomb, alongside the Perfume River, we can find fresh food cocked in delicious Hue style.

An ethereal Hoi An ancient town
lanternOne of the most original hallmarks of Hoian is probably the glistening light reflected from the cagey lanterns at night. If Hoian used to light up the month before, nowadays it becomes a nightly custom on weekend.

Amid the tranquil atmosphere in this ancient town, the streets are scattered with shadows, all in a sudden, on each face, in each house seems become brighter in the dreamlike light of hundreds, thousands of lanterns, which is recalling a setting full of reminiscence about the old days.

Tradition stands firm

Dong Ngac VillageLocate just 10 kilometers from downtown Hanoi, the ancient village of Dong Ngac in Tu Liem District still maintains  traces of its past that separate it from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Dong Ngoc village in Hanoi’s outlying area has six hamlets with more than 100 ancient houses built a century ago, many of which reflect the work of skilled artisans from the past with their intricately carved patterns.

Solid gold
Tuong da ongVillages built out laterite are typical of Vietnam’s Northern Midlands.

The thick layer of soil located under residual soil is called laterite. Rich in iron and aluminum, laterite is formed in hot and wet tropical areas for generations, Vietnamese people have used this durable material to build houses that are able to adapt to different weather conditions.

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