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Lantern making is a traditional work in Hoi AnHoi An Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province. Hoi An lantern is various size and shape, from normal lantern to dragon lantern or fish lantern with full of color. Hoi An people highly pride on their lantern. It is very simple and easy to do only with hard-work. In past, there was no “night of ancient city”
Read more : http://www.travel-to-vietnam.net/vietnam-culture/art-crafts/lantern-work-in-hoi-an/
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Tam Coc – Bich Dong is also called “A terrestrial Halong Bay”, or the “Vietnam’s second nicest grotto” (to Huong Tich) for its poetic and inspirational natural scenery #traveltovietnam  
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Being a minority ethnic people market, the town of Bac Ha is famous for its Sunday market which is a trading centre and meeting place for couples, friends, and relatives every Sunday #traveltovietnam  
Read more : http://www.travel-to-vietnam.net/whats-new/bac-ha-market-feast-for-the-eyes/
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Bai Chay is a large, beautiful, artificial beach, closed to the coast of Halong Bay. The 100-meter-wide-sandy beach spans over 500 m. Early in the morning or in late afternoon, thousands of people liven up the atmosphere here #traveltovietnam  
Read more : http://www.travel-to-vietnam.net/whats-new/bai-chay-beach/
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Communist forces began digging a network of tunnels under the jungle terrain of South Vietnam in the late 1940s, during their war of independence from French colonial authority. Tunnels were often dug by hand, only a short distance at a time. As the United States increasingly escalated its military presence in Vietnam in support of a non-Communist regime in South Vietnam beginning in the early 1960s, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops (as Communist supporters in South Vietnam were known) gradually expanded the tunnels. At its peak during the Vietnam War, the network of tunnels in the Cu Chi district linked VC support bases over a distance of some 250 kilometers, from the outskirts of Saigon all the way to the Cambodian border.
Read more : http://www.travel-to-vietnam.net/places-to-see/historical-cultural-relics/cu-chi-tunnels/
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