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    The large scale festival with the theme of "Cultural Heritage with Integration and Development: A Rendezvous of Historical Cities" featured a wide range of events such as art performances, culinary fairs and exhibitions. An Australian visitor named Herman praised the beauty of Hue at night, adding that the local residents were very friendly and hospitable. He said he was very impressed with the art performances at the festival, especially the Lao Cai art troupe. Palestinian Ambassador to Vietnam Saadi Salama highlighted the festival's organization, saying he was pleased that Hue invited art troupes from many nations to perform and introduce their cultures to the Vietnamese people and visitors.

  • Hanoi City Full Day  with Cyclo

    Hanoi City Full Day with Cyclo

    Start the tour by visiting the Museum of Ethnology, widely acknowledged as the best in Vietnam which houses a display dedicated to 54 ethnic minority peoples. Then, head to Ngoc Son Temple and Hoan Kiem Lake. The Ngoc Son temple which is dated back to the 13th century, set on a tiny island on the Hoan Kiem Lake. Visit the Temple of Literature, originally built as a temple to Confucius which is considered as the first university of Vietnam. You will see stone steles mounted on the backs of turtles, inscribed with the names of the graduates. The complex is divided into five courtyards with different paths that would originally have been reserved for the Emperor and his mandarins. After a sumptuous Vietnamese lunch, take a relaxing one-hour cyclo ride through the Old Quarter. Also known as the 36 streets, this bustling area of narrow streets is home to literally thousands of small businesses and shopkeepers. It is a great place to explore with plenty of photo opportunities. At approximately 6:00pm, you will return you to your hotel.

  • Half day Trip to Co Loa Citadel

    Half day Trip to Co Loa Citadel

    Located near Phong Khe, Co Loa Citadel is just about 20km to the North of Hanoi. This old fortress attracts many foreign tourists for its historical and cultural value. It would be interesting for tourist to find that this Citadel is not only built in a large scale, but also took a very long time to construct. Especially, it has also been the source of various relics of the Dong Son culture of the Bronze Age. This would be a precious chance for tourists to explore such large site and its potential beauty. This spiral-shaped complex will take you to the mysterious ancient Vietnam thousands of years ago…

  • Visit Con Son, Kiep Bac for one day

    Visit Con Son, Kiep Bac for one day

    Located 80 km away from Hanoi, Con Son – Kiep Bac has been well-known for the historical relics associated with the life of many Vietnamese heroes and famous persons. Coming to Con Son, you will be attracted to the charming landscape with mountains, rivers, forest constituting a beauty which is so poetic and wonderful…

  • Learning more about Vietnam history at Vietnam Military History Museum

    Learning more about Vietnam history at Vietnam Military History Museum

    Located in the center of Hanoi, near V.L Lenin's statue, the Military History Museum covers a 10,000 - square meter area. The museum is not only one of the seven national museums but also acts as the headquarter of the army museum system. The museum exhibitions present the Vietnamese military history from the first period of founding the country to the Ho Chi Minh era. One of the well - known ancient monuments on the grounds of the museum in Hanoi flag Tower, classified as a national historic cultural monument. Visiting the museum, tourists can see thousands of exhibits, photographs, maps, scale models of the past Vietnam wars. Thanks to this, visitors will have a good general knowledge of the process of the birth, growth and victories of the Vietnamese people's armed forces for the cause of peace, independence and freedom.