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  • Tet Holiday In Vietnam
    Tet Holiday In Vietnam
    The festival which best epitomizes Vietnam's cultural identity is Vietnamese New Year or Tet, which is the phonetic deformation of "Tiet", a Sino Vietnamese term which means "Joint of a bamboo stern" and in a wider sense, the "beginning of a...
  • 10 Things You Must Do While In Phu Quoc Island
    10 Things You Must Do While In Phu Quoc Island
    Clearly one of Phu Quoc's main activities, if you can call it that, is to lay on the beach and sunbathe, perhaps taking the odd swim now and then. But for many there's only so much 'doing nothing' you can do. Looking beyond the beach, nature lovers have lots...
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  • Gold List 2014 - Vietnam best hotels & resorts
    Gold List 2014 - Vietnam best hotels & resorts
    When it comes to those crucial choices in travel—the hotels, the resorts, the cruise lines—there is only one thing that literally sets the gold standard, and it's Condé Nast Traveler. Nearly 47,000 of you, an unprecedented number, produced an...
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  • Yangon: Colonial buildings, artisan cheese and local art
    Yangon: Colonial buildings, artisan cheese and local art
    Enjoy with Sisters Tours to explore this evolving yet well-preserved Myanmar city. The city of golden pagodas is opening to the outside world and they can’t wait to show off a blossoming arts community, a growing preservation movement and a small but committed...
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  • Fantastic Things To Do in Vietnam in December
    Fantastic Things To Do in Vietnam in December
    Rather than doing what everybody else seems to do on their winter holidays, and going somewhere like Spain or Greece, and spending most of your holiday, hung over, sun burnt, and tired, how about this year, you try somewhere different? There's more to a holiday than just...
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  • A Basic Introduction to Vietnamese Food
    A Basic Introduction to Vietnamese Food
    What makes Vietnamese food special? Some would call Vietnamese food simple, and it typically is, but never boring. Despite the varied landscape of Vietnam, all of the food came back to that balance of herbs, heat, sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and the all-powerful fish...
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  • Religious tourism etiquettes
    Religious tourism etiquettes
    From Buddhist temples in Cambodia and Hindu sights in India to churches in Italy and mosques in Morocco, you could tour the world visiting places of worship and find some of the best art, history, archaeology and music of all time. Depending on which religious site you visit,...
  • 8 Reasons To Go To Myanmar Now
    8 Reasons To Go To Myanmar Now
    For decades, Myanmar has isolated itself from western eyes. The junta-controlled country began to open to tourism in 1996, but its use of forced labor and the imprisonment of Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi led to international economic sanctions and an unofficial...
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  • 9 Stunning Landscapes of Vietnam
    9 Stunning Landscapes of Vietnam
    At just three percent of the land mass of the United States, what most surprised me during our time in Vietnam was the diversity of the scenery. From white sand beaches and turquoise water to black rock forests and mountains that hug the clouds, here are some of the most...
  • Pocket guide to Hanoi's Old Quarter
    Pocket guide to Hanoi's Old Quarter
    When you think of Hanoi, you’re really thinking of the 36 meandering 13th-century streets of the city’s storied Old Quarter. Here are some of the best in-the-know addresses to call at in the Old Quarter. By Gemma Price 
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