Tag: Vietnam

Hoi An in the Eyes of Tourists

Besides the great old streets and architectural works, Hoi An still have the highlights that each visitor will remember when once set foot in this ancient town. Streets The first feeling of many tourists upon arrival in Hoi An is the…

New Photos of Noi Bai Air Terminal 2

With an investment of 500 billion on an area of 25.000 sqm, lobby E of Noi Bai Air Terminal 2 is officially put into operation and welcome 3 million passengers / year. Thanks to the new terminal, the overload of…

The Origin and Structure of the Cu Chi Tunnels

Origin of the tunnel During these years of resistance against the French (1945-1954), the revolutionaries hide under the secret bunker in enemy territory and they are sheltered, protected by people. Secret Tunnel is constructed in many ways, but mainly is…

Ben Duoc Temple & Tunnels

Ben Duoc temple is a memorial temple of Viet Minh and National Liberation Front of South Vietnam Heroes during the Indochina war and Vietnam War. It was built in 1993 and started welcome visitors in the end of the same…

Introduction of Hoi An

Historic Hoi An The small but historic town of Hoi An, located on the Thu Bon River 30km (19 miles) south of Danang holds far more appeal than its big northern neighbor. During the time of the Nguyen Lords and…

Vietnam, The Lay of The Land

Vietnam is an S-shape peninsula that borders China to the north, Laos to the west, and Cambodia to the southwest. Covering about 331,520 sq. km (129,293 sq. miles), it’s roughly the size of Italy, but only a small percentage of…

Background of Hanoi, The Capital of Vietnam

If the 200-year-old banyan could speak, it might tell stories of the 19th-century tradesmen who worked on the avenue out front, the arrival of the French, or the introduction of the automobile. It could speak of the years when revolutionary…