michelin-starred-restaurant
20 DEC

Top Five Michelin-starred Restaurants In Southeast Asia

Mark Le

Derived from France, Michelin Star is hallmark of amazing quality for restaurants around the world that is assessed by expert restaurant reviewers at the levels from 1 to 3 stars. It can be said that, for the evaluation of a restaurant, nothing is more credible and prestigious than a golden Michelin star. The Michelin Star is the standard classification between restaurants, in which one star means a very good restaurant in its average category, two stars symbolize a restaurant with excellent quality, that is worth to pay a visit and three stars represent a restaurant with amazingly unique culinary style…

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Yem (bibs) and ao ba ba (or Vietnamese silk pajamas)
16 DEC

Yem (bibs) and ao ba ba (or Vietnamese silk pajamas)

Mark Le

Yem (bibs) and ao ba ba (or Vietnamese silk pajamas) played important roles in the life of Vietnamese ancient women. Let’s discover these clothes to have an impression of Vietnamese women costumes in the past. Bibs – Vietnamese clothing of ancient northern women Bib dresses are indispensable clothing for old Vietnamese woman. They helped women boast cleverly their body including their slender bare shoulders and charming backs. Nobody has known when bib dresses appeared. It was said that they were present in the lives of people all classes in the ancient northern Vietnam. In the 18th, and the 19th century, bib…

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vietnam-cuisine-culture
16 DEC

Vietnamese Cuisine Culture

Mark Le

The country of Vietnam is divided into 3 distinctive sections: Northern, Southern and Central. Vietnamese cuisine in each section brings different tastes and flavors. However, in general each dish is made from many different ingredients and Vietnamese have a habit of using lots of spices. It brings the unmistakable taste to any gourmet dish even if its the first time you’ve tasted it. Northern Vietnam cuisine doesn’t usually focus on lots of spice, fattiness or salt because it has to strictly follow the ancient family recipes. Northern Vietnamese people are very reluctant to change the recipes, because they believe all…

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luc-yen-gem-market
16 DEC

Things You Should Know Luc Yen Gem Market

Mark Le

Introduction If you have a chance to visit Luc Yen, you will reach not only a gem mining area but also Luc Yen gem market. The market is located in a small corner of the town center of Yen The, Luc Yen, Yen Bai City, but it is always is crowded by traders from all over the country. Luc Yen Market Origin Luc Yen gem market is the center selling gems exploited from mining areas of Luc Yen. According to locals, it grew fastest in 1991 and 1992 when they discovered gem mines in Luc Yen. They quitted farming to dig gems. Meanwhile, Luc Yen…

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Vietnam-Wedding-Ceremony-Customs
16 DEC

Vietnam Wedding Ceremony Customs

Mark Le

According to Vietnamese people, the wedding is the culmination of the process towards marriage and the form of the festival to celebrate the happiness of the bride and the groom. There are many interesting things you should know about Vietnam wedding ceremony. Below is Vietnamese wedding ceremony overview. A Vietnamese wedding ceremony in the past Meaning In terms of the legislation, the relationship between a girl and a boy is recognized and protected by the law after the marriage registration.  However, in the consciousness and national culture, the wedding ceremony is not the marriage form. It  is the time for…

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Champa-Po-Nagar-Temple-Nha-Trang
16 DEC

The Architecture of Po Nagar Temple

Mark Le

Po Nagar is a temple of the Cham located on a small hill, below the bridge foot of Bong Hamlet, at the head of Hai Thang Tu street, 2 km from the downtown of Nha Trang. The temple is now a cultural historical relic as well as a tourist attraction in Nha Trang well known by many tourists in the country and abroad. In fact, the temple includes Po Nagar Cham towers. Po Nagar Cham towers are built  from the 8th century to the 13th century, the period of Hinduism prosperous in ancient Champa Kingdom, on a hill which is…

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Ong Do (Vietnamese Calligraphers) Street in Vietnamese Tet
16 DEC

Ong Do (Vietnamese Calligraphers) Street in Vietnamese Tet

Mark Le

The image of Ong Do (Vietnamese Calligraphers) – “Preparing red paper and Chinese ink on a street crowded with people” – in Vietnam makes the atmosphere cozier. At this time, visitors have a chance to see the images of Vietnamese Tet in the past. Vietnamese Tet Lunar New Year 2017 is coming, on streets of Hanoi, Saigon. Everywhere covers brilliant colors of spring and pulsating spring music. On these days, Ong Do (Vietnamese Calligraphers) Street becomes the destination attracting people, especially the young, to visit, contemplate spectacle, and ask for the handwritings written by calligraphers. Visitors on Ong Do Street…

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16 DEC

5 Most Famous Lagoons in Vietnam

Mark Le

O Loan, Van Long, Long, Tam Giang, and Nha Phu are lagoons familiar with those who love traveling in Vietnam.  A lagoon is a small freshwater lake near a larger lake or a river. Long Lagoon, Ba Vi, Ha Noi Long Lagoon is gradually familiar with Hanoi tourists every weekend. Located in 70 kilometers of the city center to the west, this place has a legend. According to the legend, on summer days, a couple of dragons often flew from the sky to take a bath and then created rain. Recently, this lagoon has been renovated to become an eco-…

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