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Places to discover

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and is the center of politics, culture and tourism within the country. In October 2010 it had its 1000 year anniversary.

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Despite its political and historical importance, and the incessant noise drummed up by a population of over six million, Hanoi exudes a more intimate, urbane appeal than Ho Chi Minh City.

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Just outside of Hanoi are many great sites to see and experience. From pagodas to ancient villages to pottery workshops, spending a day outside of Hanoi is a great way to learn about daily life in Vietnam.

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With a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains, Huong Pagoda is one of the most popular excursions on the outskirts of Hanoi  

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Tay Phuong Pagoda, also called Sung Phuc Pagoda, sits on top of Tay Phuong Mountain proudly holding many valuable statues of Buddha, surrounded by green areas

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Visiting Duong Lam Village is getting to the root of the culture and traditions of Vietnam. This is also a great opportunity to explore architecture of ancient houses and stroll along its narrow alleys, visit temples to worship two kings who were born there

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More and more people are choosing Bat Trang as the destination for weekend because there are services of very interesting “Ceramic Games”.

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Located on the Southern end of the Red River Delta, Ninh Binh is blessed with diverse topography of both mountainous and coastal areas

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Recognized by UNESCO as a world natural heritage and placed in the list of seven wonders of the world, Halong Bay is known for its beautiful beaches and beautiful scenery as well as historic relics. It is an essential destination for foreign tourists.

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