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    Friday, 14 July 2017 13:01

    Underground palace in Vietnam

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    Paradise Cave in Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province dubbed as “underground palace” Heaven is one of the wonders of the magnificent and magical world most.
    Cave is nestled deep in the World Natural Heritage National Park Phong Nha Ke Bang , terrain catto neck, dating formed today about 350 to 400 million years.
    This cave is located at Km 16 from West Branch edge of Ho Chi Minh road about 4km of Son Trach commune, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province, the center of Dong Hoi city about 70km to the northwest edge West Road branch in Ho Chi Minh. Phong Nha way about 25km journey west branch north Truong Son Street, very convenient way.

    Thursday, 29 June 2017 17:48

    Fly between destinations

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    The backpacker trail in Vietnam is well worn with hundreds of budget travellers hopping from place to place on buses and trains every day. One of your top insider Vietnam travel tips is to travel by plane – even if you’re low on funds. The multitude of low-fare airlines on the market means that you can snap up flights from as little as €10 between destinations – saving you time and promising you a stress-free, comfortable journey.

    Rio Based IKPVA volunteer organizations starts new program in Cambodia, on childcare. To work as a childcare volunteer in Cambodia, attending children of the orphanage, will be both a rewarding and challenging experience. The mere fact that there are more than 250 orphanages in Cambodia expresses the need for volunteers in itself.

    With a little preparation, a trip of a lifetime is guaranteed in beautiful Vietnam. Think verdant patchworks of rice paddies, smiling locals, idyllic seaside resorts, timeless temples and the most delicious spicy noodle dishes you’ll ever have the pleasure of tasting. Tackling this stunning country can be tricky for first-timers – its populous cities, hectic streets and chaotic markets take a little while to get used to. Our Southeast Asia expert Tracy has explored Vietnam on numerous occasions and knows exactly what holiday-makers should expect on their getaway. Jump straight into Vietnamese life with her expert Vietnam travel tips.

    Saturday, 21 January 2017 18:48

    Vietnam: Culture and Cuisine

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    On this wonderful adventure, cruise past the beautiful coastal scenery aboard the intimate, 65-guest Coral Discoverer, the perfect vessel for your thousand-mile voyage. Along the way, you'll photograph the dramatically sculpted limestone islands and islets of stunning Halong Bay, often veiled in an ethereal mist, savor delectable local cuisine, browse colorful markets overflowing with exotic produce, and shop for handicrafts, including luxurious silks.

     

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