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Siege at Khe Sanh clip

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Khe Sanh was one of the most remote outposts in Vietnam, but by January 1968, even President Lyndon Johnson had taken a personal interest in the base. With Khe Sanh facing a full-scale siege by the North Vietnamese Army, the question was being asked: Should the base be held, or should it be quietly abandoned? […]

Vinh Moc Tunnels and the remains of the DMZ

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The Vinh Moc tunnels are tunnels used by North Vietnam army to fight against the Americans during the Vietnam war and used by the civilian population to protect themselves from the American bombing. These tunnels cover several kilometers on the north shore of the Ben Hai River, in Vinh Moc village, Quang Tri province in […]

Summer paradise on Nam Du Islands

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With more than 21 islands, Nam Du archipelago in Kien Giang province is fascinating, with beautiful beaches and a magical water world. Nam Du is the most remote island area of Kien Hai District (Kien Giang), consisting of 21 wild islands. The best time to explore Nam Du is from late December to May. From […]

Rice paper making village

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My Long was originally the name of a small wet market in My Thanh Commune, Giong Trom District, Ben Tre Province which was famous for selling rice paper cakes. Through generations, the My Long rice paper cakes have become well-known in other parts of the Mekong Delta and the country as well. Having heard of […]

Amazing Son Doong Cave on Good Morning America – ABC News

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A six-minute video posted on YouTube has showed the journey of Good Morning America’s film crew inside “an extraordinary cave” deep inside a jungle of the central province of Quang Binh. The scenes were shot from the Son Doong (Mountain River) Cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and were broadcast to American viewers on […]

Vac cake in Hoi An

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Made from simple ingredients including rice flour and fresh shrimp, Vac cake in Hoi An is one of the best Vietnamese street foods visitors should not miss when travelling to the famous central coast town. The dish is very simple but its taste will explode in your mouth, visitors will remember it even more than […]

Can Cau mountainous market in pictures

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Can Cau Market opens every Saturday and on holidays, revealing the simple but colorful life of ethnic people in the northern highlands. The market is a place where the Mong and Giay ethnic people trade their products and plants and animals they raise at home or find in the wild. Many dress up and come […]

Visit the old house of Tan Ky in Hoi An

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Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street of Hoi An ancient town, Tan Ky old house is a perfect example of an 18th merchant’s residence in this once-important commercial port town. The name Tan Ky, meaning ” Progress Shop”, was given to the house by the second generation to express the owner’s wish for a […]