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Peach blossom, or Hoa Dao is not only a flower but it has become an integral part in the life of Hanoi people, especially when the Lunar New Year is around. As a traditional feature, every family in Vietnam would buy one or some types of flower that appear only in Tet; if in the South of Vietnam, yellow apricot flower is the most common, in the Northern part, people usually purchase Hoa Dao for adornment. The main reason for this difference is the characteristics of the plants. While peach trees grow well in cold weather, orchid flowers just can survive and bloom in tropical lands with lots of sunshine.

Around one week before Tet approaches, everyone seems to hasten be in a rush so that all the work can be finished once a new year comes. As busy as that, however, hardly any family can neglect to clean their houses neatly, to put on some decorations and especially to buy a pretty peach blossom tree. Hanoi people usually have a saying that “Spring arrives when Hoa Dao starts to blossom” and Spring represents for Tet. This flower may be simple but when the tree is in full blossom, its bright color provokes such a bustling and exciting feeling. Normally, there are two kinds of peach blossom tree or this flower comes in two colors: red (Dao Bich) and pink ( Dao phai), in which the former is more popular. There are also two ways to display the flower, putting a whole tree in a pot or just taking a big branch and arranging in a vast.

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Peach blossom comes in vividly red color with double petals

This is a time-honored tradition but no one knows exactly since when people considered Hoa Dao a symbol of Tet. It is said that from a long time ago, there were two Gods called Tra and Uat Luy residing in a giant peach blossom tree and had a power to frighten ghosts and devils and prevent the villagers from being disturbed by them. For that reason, people had a strong belief that by bringing the peach blossom home, peculiarly in Tet, they would drive away the devils and bad fortunes. As time passes by, people were no longer convinced by that story, still, they appreciated Hoa Dao and saw it important for their life. These days, Hoa Dao is thought to be a demonstration of novelty, proliferation and development. Hence, it can deliver health, peace and luck for people when a whole new year comes. Tet is also a special time for families and friends to gather after one year of hard-working, wishing each other all the best. Therefore, peach blossom is a token of happiness and cosiness.

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People flock to see the traditional peach blossom market in Hanoi

If you pay a visit to Hanoi in Tet period which varies from year to year, normally around January and February, you can easily catch a sight of Hoa Dao in everywhere: private houses, schools, hospitals or other public areas. Ordinarily, people purchase Hoa Dao two or three weeks ahead of the New Year Eve. In Hanoi, Nhat Tan village is famous for being a cradle of peach blossom with many fine craftsmen. Growing peach tree is such an art that it has been passed from one generation to others.

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A view from Nhat Tan Village where you can seek for the most genuine and pretty peach trees in Hanoi

Also, Nhat Tan flower market is well-known for its variety of flowers from different regions throughout the country. Peach trees from mountainous areas such as Lang Son, Mau Son, Moc Chau, etc. are brought to Hanoi and they are preferred by people here. Another major flower market that sells Hoa Dao in Tet is the area around Hang Luoc Street (Combs Street), Hang Ngang, Hang Dao Street in the old quarter. These flower markets are not only a place that people can procure themselves a peach blossom tree but they draw hundreds of visitors every year coming to admire and take photos.

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A woman who has just collected the flowers and is about to bring to the market

The image of Hoa Dao is too familiar to people that it even becomes a major subject in poems and songs. In along with Chung Cake or Lucky Money, Hoa Dao is more than a decoration stuff, its vivid beauty and profound meaning is a big part in Vietnamese life whenever Tet comes.

 

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Traveling to Hanoi, visitors would definitely be interested in exploring the city nightlife and having some fun when the evening comes. Beside wandering on the streets and trying street food, live music lounges are also a perfect option for a night in Hanoi. The capital city of Vietnam is one of the live music lover’s paradises and the most difficult thing is deciding which gig to go to. There are certain recommendations that should not be skipped.

  1. Swing Lounge

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(Swing Lounge – source: Internet)

Located right by the Hoan Kiem Lake, Swing Lounge is a retro-inspired café and bar in the capital. You will be impressed by old French architectural design of the venue which may attract you with its elegant beauty.  You can visit in a day for a coffee or a bite or by the night for live music. The cabaret style show alternates between performances from some famous singers and bands of the local music scene to lesser known cover acts. Plus, the set list is a mix of Vietnamese old time favorites, more recent Viet-pop songs as well as iconic Western tunes. Don’t be so surprised when the heartfelt edition of Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you” comes on.

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(Live performance at the Swing lounge, source: Internet)

  1. Hanoi Rock City

This group of musicians, DJs and artists has been bringing big sounds to Hanoi since 2010. Their focus is mostly on giving a leg-up to emerging acts however; they do dedicate some nights to making sure their audiences get a chance to catch the latest international acts.

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(Band performance at Hanoi Rock City, source: Internet)

Hanoi Rock City boasts an impressive line-up of electro, experimental, reggae, rock and alternative acts that will most definitely raise the mood of any gig lover. Located in the Tay Ho District where is the living spot of a lot of foreigners, Hanoi Rock City has a vibrant atmosphere and pleasing prices.

  1. CAMA Atk

CAMA are the spots “dedicated to bringing the best of independent music to Vietnam”. With over 60 international acts to date, CAMA are certain to become any indie kid’s hero for their work.

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(CAMA Atk at night, source: Internet)

Giles Cooper, the founder of CAMA, says he started the collective simply because there was no live music on offer in Hanoi. Cooper saw that as a gap in the market that sorely needed to be filled and he has certainly done an impressive job in doing so.

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(The tranquility inside the CAMA, source: Internet)

“The luxury of choice is starting to emerge in Hanoi,” Cooper says, “More people are stepping up to the plate and doing things.” Artists, musicians, venues and promoters are putting so much effort than ever to bring local and international acts of all genres to the audiences in Hanoi.

CAMA host gigs at their very own venue, CAMA ATK. Conveniently located in Hai Ba Trung, CAMA ATK looks like a mixture between a 1920s speakeasy and a grungy 90s den. The venue tends to be quite during the week, but can get noisy on weekends when live music performance goes on.

Swing Lounge is a place for romantic souls, CAMA’s shows tend to be for the more specific music lover, whereas Hanoi Rock City is perfect for those who just love any music that’s loud and live. So which is your favorite one? Let’s get up and join in with Indochina tours.

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Hue has long been famous for its historical vestiges inside the ancient city namely as Imperial Citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda, Kings’ Tomb of Khai Dinh, Minh Mang, Tu Duc. However, if you have chosen to extend your trip up to 2-3 nights in this peaceful city, here are several traditional villages on the outskirt of Hue that you can embark on only for a day trip to discover more about its own stunning cultural values.

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  1. Thanh Toan Village

Thanh Toan Village is 8 km east of Hue city in Thuy Thanh commune is one of the most beautiful villages in Hue. This village has become popular for tourists due to its beautiful roads, peaceful rural landscape and specifically the tile-roofed bridge named Thanh Toan which is an ancient architectural monument of extreme value in terms of history and culture.

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Thanh Toan Bridge linked the two halves of the village

As locating not far from the city, tourists can visit this village by bike to leave the hustle and bustle of the city life behind. On the way, it is possible to cross beautiful rice paddy fields and meet friendly local farmers that both make Thanh Toan village an ideal and peaceful place to visit.

Having reached Thanh Toan village, visit Thanh Toan Bridge built in 1776 is one of the top memorable things. Considered as the sister bridge of Hoi An’s famed Japanese bridge, this bridge is classified as a rare relic and to have high artistic value in types of ancient bridges in  centre Vietnam because of its tiled-roof architecture.

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The relaxing moment on the Thanh Toan Bridge

Beside the bridge is the village market which is small but offers everything that worths to see. Tourists will be immersed in a space of culinary specialties like Hen rice (baby clam with rice), fish-pancakes and a wide variety of rice noodles. On the other side of the bridge is a showroom displaying agricultural tools: plows, harrows, sickles, scoops, and rice mills where adults and children can both experience the daily activities of local people as well as taste sample local food.

  1. Sinh Village

Located in Phu Mau commune, about 9 km to the east of Hue, Sinh Village is regarded as the homeland of Hue folk paintings as this village has made folk paintings for the central region for more than 400 years.

Making paintings is not a professional job of the local people in Sinh Village because the farmers make use of their time during crop intervals to create these beautiful fine arts. The peak season of Sinh folk paintings is from the 10th lunar month to the next February and Sinh paintings are mostly used during the traditional lunar New Year festival and in some special worshipping ceremonies. Locals buy Sinh paintings to practice their belief and religion by hanging them at the ancestors’ altar or decorate their house. The main topics that Sinh paintings express are characters, objects and animals which are peaceful and harmonious with the locals’ real life.

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While Dong Ho folk paintings in the North (Hanoi) have just four or five main colors, Sinh paintings have more depending on the artists’ imagination. The five main colors of Sinh paintings represent the five elements of the earth: metal, wood, water, fire, and earth and these colors are made from natural materials found in the jungle of the West Hue. Papers used are made from clam shells taken from Tam Giang lagoon. The shells are ground into powder, mixed with glue, and then pasted on paper to make shell paper.

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Visitors to Sinh Village can get a chance to make their own painting, from printing to hand coloring. After your “masterpiece” is completed, it is rolled up in a bamboo tube to be protected. It is certain that Sinh paintings are the favorite souvenirs for tourists who pay a visit to Hue.

  1. Thuy Bieu Village

Thuy Bieu village is an ancient village situated on the southern bank of Perfume River. Merely 7km from Hue city centre, Thuy Bieu is a hidden gem of untouched nature and culture and is mostly famous for its mild sweet Thanh Tra, a special kind of pomelo with refined fragrance and green skin. Its local name is Thanh Tra or “green tea citruit” as its flesh is juicily light green.  When spring comes, the village is filled with its aromatic white flower and when autumn comes, it is time for locals to collect the ripe pomelo. Locals even celebrate “Thanh Tra Festival” that is as important as “Cherry Blossom Festival” in Japan every spring.

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Despite all ravages of wars and time, Thuy Bieu still remains intact which can be seen by its rustic settings of small cottages hidden in large luxuriant gardens, long gates and fences carved out of ornamental trees. All are typical of Hue countryside as many hundred years ago. The local villagers earn their living mainly by rice cultivating, gardening and handicraft making so visiting Thuy Bieu Eco village, just walking into famous gardens for growing Thanh Tra, visitors can immerse themselves in the cool atmosphere and the peaceful countryside of Hue land. Do not forget to taste the sweet, fragrant and cool favors of the renowned Thanh Tra pomelo when you in Thuy Bieu.

You can choose to do a cycling around the village to visit some handicraft families such as the incense making family, the joss paper making family and the paper painting family to discover the daily life of local people while they are working strenuously with joy and enthusiasm. The other interesting activity that attracts tourists to Thuy Bieu is a cooking class for anyone loves cuisine. You may be guided by the professional chef to Thuy Bieu local market and spend time to stroll around & buy necessary foods for cooking class.  After preparing a local lunch by yourself under the instruction of our chief, you cannot wait to taste the Hue traditional dishes that you have prepared.

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I believe you may find my suggestions helpful for your free day in Hue. Happy traveling!

 

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I have arrived in Myanmar on a very auspicious date, the Burmese new year, or Thingyan, the most celebrated festival in the country. Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. Taking place from April 13 to 16 each year, the Buddhist festival of Thingyan is celebrated over four to five days, culminating on the Lunar New Year Day.

Commonly referred to as the Water Festival, Maha Thingyan allows people to celebrate the Burmese New Year. Despite this, Maha Thingyan is observed in mid-April on the Gregorian calendar. While the Water Festival is a Buddhist event, the Burmese government has made it a legal public holiday. This ensures that many Burmese citizens have the opportunity to enjoy the Water Festival. Maha Thingyan is a time for happiness and friendly attitudes.

Thinngyan is the most unique and colourful with the merriest occasion in Myanmar. Standing on bamboo stages erected along the streets, people splash water on passersby. Powerful water pipes douse people driving by in jeeps and trucks. The people throwing water each other since the Myanmar believe that Thinngyan water has the power to cleanse the evil and sins of the old year. The water symbolizes the washing away of the previous year’s bad luck and sins. On New Year’s Day itself, all the water-throwing ends. This day is celebrated by releasing captive fish and birds as acts of merit, and special feasts are held for monks.

Thingyan Celebrations:
Thingyan Eve: The first Thingyan celebrations begin on the day before the Water Festival. Thingyan Eve, or A-Kyo Nei, is a time for observing Buddhist beliefs.

Fasting: Many Buddhists observe Thingyan Eve through fasting. People who decide to fast for Thingyan Eve usually eat a single basic meal prior to noon. This meal is often very bland.

Observing the Eight Precepts: During Thingyan Eve, Buddhists are expected to observe the Eight Precepts of Buddhism. These Eight Precepts are similar to the Five Precepts. While observing the Eight Precepts, Buddhists must do the following: Refrain from killing living creatures, Refrain from stealing, Refrain from sexual activity, Refrain from lying or using incorrect speech, Refrain from using alcohol or drugs, Refrain from seeking entertainment, Refrain from eating during fasting periods, Refrain from sleeping on high places

Offerings to Monks: Many people in Myanmar celebrate Thingyan Eve by visiting a Buddhist temple. When visiting these temples, it is considered proper to leave an offering of green coconuts and bananas. These kinds of offerings usually consist of a single green coconut surrounded by a circle of bananas.

Washing the Buddha: Burmese people will also wash Buddha statues with sacred water that has been scented with flower extract. When washing Buddha statues, people start at the top by drizzling water over the head.

Night Celebrations: After the religious formalities of Thingyan Eve have been observed, Burmese people begin to relax and enjoy themselves. There are many lively celebrations that occur during the night of Thingyan Eve.

Music, Song, and Dance: While the Eight Precepts prohibit Buddhists from enjoying entertainment of any kind during the daytime, people are allowed to party to their hearts’ content as soon as night arrives. In nearly every village, city, and town in Myanmar, large stages are erected for the purpose of enjoying entertainment. These stages are made of wood and elaborately decorated with papier-mache and paint. Woman will dance to classical and contemporary music while wearing flower skirts. In addition to these flower skirts, Burmese women often wear padauck blossoms in their hair. The padauck blossom is also commonly referred to as the Thingyan flower due to its rarity and use during Maha Thingyan.

Parade of Locals: After enjoying live music and dancing, people celebrating Maha Thingyan parade the streets of their town or city while enjoying alcohol and the company of their friends and family members. These parades often consist of vehicles and decorated floats. Gyat, a form of Burmese rap, is commonly performed during these parades. Gyat is fairly controversial because it is a popular way of expressing distaste for social and political issues through music.

Water Festival Celebrations
Thinngyan water festival time is the merriest time for Myanmar young and old. Almost the whole populations are in the most joyous mood; roam around the city in cars or on foot to throwing and splashing water each other. Children use water pistols to drench their friends, relatives, and anyone else in range – only monks and the elderly are safe.
The primary event of Maha Thingyan is the Water Festival. This huge event is meant to celebrate the descent of Thagyamin, a celestial Buddhist figure, to Earth. The beginning of the Water Festival, or A-Kya Nei, is marked with the firing of a water cannon into a public area. While the cannon is fired, people run out to collect the water with pots and buckets. The collected water is then poured over the ground. This is followed by a short prayer. Just like Thingyan Eve, these religious rituals are followed by festive activities. Water throwing with toy guns, balloons, and hoses takes place in many areas of Myanmar.

If you are planning to travel Myanmar, Thingyan is undoubtedly the best time of the year to visit. Besides the fun-filled activities and the festive atmosphere, you’ll be sure to meet lots of Burmese, who are always friendly saying “Mingalabar”

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Happy Lunar New Year from beautiful Vietnam.

There are plenty of annual big and small festivals celebrated after the Tet Holiday in our country. Visiting these festival in the spring time, you may have the chance to get closer to the local life, the myth and the fun, beauty-loving spirit of our nation.

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Today is the 6th day of the new year and also the day we come back to work after a week off for our crucial vacation. For this reason, I have compiled a list of 3 biggest festivals opening for today which may be a good choice to pop up while travel in North Vietnam after Tet.

Giong Festival

  • Origin:

Giong Festival is annually celebrated in spring time to commemorate Saint Giong, one of the four immortals of Vietnam. He was respected and worshiped for his contribution in defending the country against the An Chinese enemy and becomes a great hero in Vietnam’s mythology. The festival held in Soc Temple where he ascended to the heaven after the fight which was recognized by UNESCO as the intangible cultural heritage of mankind, along with the other one held in Phu Dong Temple where Saint Giong was born.

  • Time: From the 6th to the 8th day of the 1st lunar month
  • Venue: Phu Linh Commune, Soc Son District, Hanoi
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With the hope for abundant harvests and happier lives, this festival is celebrated for 3 days. From the night of the 6th, people start to do the bathing for the Saint’s statue called “khai quang” in the presence of villagers and pilgrims. On the second day which is the day when Giong sacrificed, the bamboo flowers offering ceremony is performed then the tourists may fight to catch one for the good luck.

Apart from prcocessions and incense offerings, the festive will organize many activities for goers to immerse themselves in the festival for instance: playing folk games, watching chicken fighting, playing chess and enjoy traditional singing (ca tru singing).

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Giong festival- source: internet

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Giong festival- source: internet

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Giong festival- source: internet

Huong (Perfume) Pagoda Festival

  • Origin:

The Perfume Pagoda Festival origined from the “Woods Opening Festival” of the Muong people at the old days. As the main living activities of the Muong People in the past were farming, foresting and fishing, the forest should be opened for the new year to begin a new harvest of hunting and planting. Time flied, the Kinh people gathered in this Huong Son area but still keep this traditional festival and build more pagoda to worship Quan Yin in natural caves of this breath-taking mountain.

  • Time: From the 6th day of the 1st lunar month until the end of 3rd lunar month.
  • Venue: Huong Son Commune, My Duc District, Ha Noi (formely Ha Tay Province), 69km south of Hanoi
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There is no doubt to state that this festival is the most famous site for Buddhist pilgrimage as throughout the history, many thousands of pilgrims travel to Huong Tich cave to pray for luckiness, happiness and prosperity in the new year.

To reach this sacred cave, pilgrims get on the boat which goes along the Yen Stream through stunning green rice paddies field studded with limestone mountain to the base of the mountain then climb up to hundreds of steps through many stunning caves and monasteries. On the opening day of the festival, tourists may enjoy the Dragon Dance at the Trinh Temple yard, go boating and Dragon Dance on the Yen Stream.

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Co Loa Festival

  • Origin:

The Co Loa Festival is held annually to commemorate and worship King An Duong Vuong who was the founder of Au Lac Kingdom (Au Viet & Lac Viet) and built the Co Loa Citadel in the 3rd century B.C. The 6th day of the 1st lunar month was the day when King An Duong Vuong inaugurated his throne. Despite being the witness of the sad story about losing the freedom to the enermy, the Co Loa Citadel is still the pride of Viet people for our  history of preventing invaders.

  • Time: From the 6th to the 16th of the 1st lunar month
  • Venue: Co Loa Commune, Dong Anh District, Hanoi, 17 km North West of Hanoi Center.
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From the afternoon of the 5th day, all of the eight communes including the Co Loa Commune and 7 others establishing the relations start the cermony of incense offering at the communal house.

On the official festive day – the 6th day, the procession in which the funeral oration, incense burner and stone tablet are taken from the elder’s house to Upper Temple is carried out.

In front of the Upper Temple, the yard is decorated with beautiful and colorful flags. Outside, two wooden horses in red and white color quietly stand. All of palanquins are orderly placed in two rows to wait for a solemn ceremony with incense offerings.

In addition to this rite, visitors also enjoy various traditional games and competitions include: wrestling, crossbow shooting, bamboo swings, rice cooking. Besides, you can also immerse yourself among the performances of “ca tru” singing, “quan ho” singing, and “cheo” singing.

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Wish you a new year of Rooster full of joy and success!

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Valentine’s day is coming up! If you are travelling with your partner in Saigon and wondering where to have dinner to enjoy a romantic day together, below suggestions may help:

The Deck Saigon – 38 Nguyen U Di St, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

Have long been well known as the paradise for dating couples, The Deck Saigon is a fine dining restauran which specializes in serving Western food. The restaurant has modern and luxury design and riverside tables are especially suit couples.  Is it expected of this place to bring you an interesting and romantic night.

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The Deck Saigon- source: internet

The best time to visit the restaurant is at late afternoon, approximately 5pm to 6pm when the sun sets that makes the scenery so poetic. Average price is USD 20 – 25 per person without beverage

The Log Restaurant – Rooftop, Gem Center, 08 Nguyen Binh Khiem, Phuong Da Kao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Located on the rooftop of GEM Center, The Log is covered by a green space, quiet with trees that makes it completely separated from the noisy and bustling Saigon. For nature lovers, this restaurant is a nice place to spend your Valentine’s Day.

Entering the restaurant, you will find out that The Log owns a simply interior design with wooden tables and yellow lights, yet bring you unforgettable impression on your very first date. This restaurant serves both a la carte and buffet so you can choose base on your preference and budget

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The Log Restaurant- source: internet

Reference price:

  • A la carte menu: 4 – 35 per dish
  • Buffet: USD 50 per person

MAMA Restaurant – 33 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City

A Western villa with spacious campus and a exquisite combination inside, the restaurant brings you a romantic atmosphere and also a luxury feeling. Beautifully designed space, very elegant and I am surely you will be impressed by the green grassland there. MAMA Restaurant is a culinary space blending Thai style. Price is from 7 – 30 USD per dish

Au Manoir De Khai Restaurant – 251 Dien Bien Phu, Ward 7. District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

Located inside a French village with 19th century architecture on Dien Bien Phu Street, District 3, the restaurant has luxury and sophisticated decor with two tones – black and white

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Au Manoir De Khai Restaurant- source: internet

With warm, romantic and quiet atmosphere, delicious dishes served and good services, this restaurant should be put on your list when choosing a place for Valentine’s Day.

If you interest, please access Indochina tours Vietnam to get more advice for Valentine’s day

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Christmas is knocking on the door, and in Indochina Voyages we’re eager to celebrate a wonderful Christmas ever!

Although Christmas is not an official holiday in Vietnam, in big cities like Hanoi and especially Ho Chi Minh city, it becomes a day for everybody to hanging, and giving presents and love. Indochina travel Vietnam

This year, to prepare for a surprising day and to tight the friendship between our colleagues, we did a sortie game. We gathered together and each person will take a piece of paper written a name of a person in our team. The giver would buy a present and put it under the Christmas tree with a small name sticker of the receiver, but the name of the giver is a secret and it only revealed on day Dec 23rd.

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Handmade decorations by ourselves- source: Nam Lucas

One week before Christmas, the office decoration started. We built the plastic pine tree from last year, shaped it properly and put the ornaments on. We also received some Christmas cards from our partners and they’re so lovely to put on the tree!

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Lovely cards from partners- source: Nam Lucas

Boxes are wrapped nicely with colorful wrapping papers and ribbons. Whitewall is also put on a new look with Santa Clause and other funny handmade cutting. It took us an afternoon to finish but we had a lot of fun together!

On the day, a small party had been set up with flowers, cake and fresh fruit. We gathered together, enjoy the food in the joyful melody of Christmas songs. We were curious about the givers and presents!

The moment finally came. Each of us found the gift and opened it with excitement. There were useful, funny, beautiful gifts and we were all happy. Giving a present and receiving so much emotion, we got a memorable day with our team.

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We wish you have a Merry Christmas!- source: Nam Lucas

See our funny Christmas video here: https://www.facebook.com/indochina.voyages/?fref=ts

How did you enjoy your Christmas? We wish you all a merry Christmas, a blessed holiday season. Wish for an  upcoming year fulfilled with joy, love and happiness!

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