best of north vietnam tour

The 2 nd Tea Culture Festival opened in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on Saturday to promote Vietnamese tea, its value and tradition as well as tea producers.

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For many years, Hang Than Street in Hanoi has been well-known for Banh com (green rice flake cakes). Banh com is not only one of the indispensable offerings during wedding ceremonies and ancestor-worshipping days, but is also a specialty that any visitor to Hanoi will want to buy for their friends and relatives as a present.

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 The humble snail has pride of place in Vietnamese cuisine, especially in Hanoi. A kind of snail living in ponds and lakes that grows to the size of a golf ball is used to make a uniquely delicious dish called bun oc (snail noodle soup).

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Long Bien bridge may be seen as the symbol of courageous capital in wars. The bridge, hence, is not only a traffic construction, a nice architecture, but also a living historical relic.

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Vietnam’s most important and most cherished traditional festival, Tet, is the occasion which unites the Vietnamese who devote all their creative energy and resources to prepare for it, “eat” it and go all out to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities associated with it.

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Tet is the biggest and most important holiday to Vietnamese. It is the chance for family union and enjoy the traditional dishes. In this aticle, Vietwind Travel would like to introduce you some typical Vietnamese Tet dishes.

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Vietnam is a fascinating country and a highly photogenic one at that. But beyond this - what lies beneath the conical hat?

 

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In food as in death, we feel the essential brotherhood of mankind”

A Vietnamese Saying

 

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According to Huffington Post website, Vietnamese “pho” is proud for one of 12 best foods in the worlds.

 

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After 3 hous exploring Hanoi by night with the enthusiastic non-professional tour guide of   Vietwind travel, we had a great time with unforgettable memories.

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DISCOVERING 4 SAINT TEMPLES PROTECTING THANG LONG – HANOI

Duration: 1 day

Departure: Every day



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In my trip in Hanoi, I decided to spend the last Sunday to explore Bat Trang ceramic village – an ancient handicraft village in outskirt Hanoi. Because I was not familiar with the road, languages, so I booked tour “ bat Trang ceramic village “ of Vietwind Travel to have an authentic Bat Trang tour and avoid the unexpected problems.

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Cua Van among world’s most beautiful villages

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Not only reputed for thousands of islands which have been arranged and set up by hands of the Mother Nature, Halong Bay is also an ideal tourist destination of exclusive discovery tours.

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After visiting some friends in Ho Chi Minh city, my husband and I decided to spend 6 days 5 nights to explore the Northern Vietnam.

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Got its name from Ghermann Titov, a former Soviet Union hero, Ti Top Island displays a beach shaped like a crescent moon and sand that has been washed to a snowy white by the tide.

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Thien Cung Grotto (Heaven cave) is situated in Dau Go Island on the Southwest Ha Long Bay, about 4 km from the wharf outside of Halong City. It is located in a small range of islands that resemble a throne embracing two superb grottoes at its core.

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Dinh Huong Islet (Incense Burner Islet) is so-called Lu Huong Islet. It"s located in the southwest of Dau Go Island (about 6 kilometers from Bai Chay Tourist Wharf, Halong).

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A research of Halong Bay Management Department in 2008 figured out that Halong Bay is home of 2.949 species of both fauna and flora

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DISCOVERING HANOI OLD QUARTER

Duration: 4 hours – private tour

Departure : every day

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Traveling to the North to explore the spectacular mountainous scene, the peaks appearing from a distance like islands jutting above a sea of cloud, the forests harbor many species of wild animals, butterflies and flower. 

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The 2013 Canadian Food Festival will be held in Hanoi from November 15 to December 15 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Canada-Vietnam diplomatic relations.

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“Cha ruoi” ( Sandworm omelettee )- is a scarce specialty of Hanoi and North Vietnam, because the nereididae sandworm only can be found in a short season. “Cha ruoi” which is crispy outside, soft inside, greasy and the delicious smell pervades all the guests is often sold at O Quan Chuong, in Lo Duc st and Gia Ngu st.

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For centuries, Hanoians have been fascinated by the mysterious turtle that lives underneath the tranquil waters of Hoan Kiem Lake, passing down stories about the beloved creature from generation to generation. Nguyen Minh Huong separates the reality from the myth.

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Although Christmas is not a public holiday in Vietnam, it has been received much recognition from the local residents. From the beginning of December, Hanoi’s streets are all decorated with Noel’s patterns that create a festive environment helping any expats off being homesick in the night of Christmas. Hanoi’s weather also supports the day which is often cold and dry; the only missing factor for a perfect Noel is snow.

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Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal. The earth reawakens from her slumber, flowers bloom and explodes with new life.

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If you want to explore the distinction of 4 seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter in Vietnam, let’s take a trip to Hanoi and feel it. Each season, Hanoi has its own specificities, special foods and flowers.

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It’s impossible to resist: as you walk past a stall the smell of barbecuing pork is as impossibly tempting. For those that don’t know, bún chả consists of mini pork burgers and slices, barbecued over coals and served in a light dipping sauce with rice noodles and greens on the side.

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Located modest new buildings painted with flashy billboards, flashy, the house at 87 Ma May Street old beauty, simple like brushstrokes common in competition “City Mission”. This is one of the few remaining old houses.

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Among the many tasty delicacies of the city are Vòng’s young glutinous rice, Hàng Than bánh cốm (young green sticky rice),chả cá (Lã Vọng grilled fish), phở bò (flat rice noodle soup with beef), bún chả (round rice noodles with grilled pork), bún thang(hot round rice noodle soup with many ingredients), steamed sticky rice and sweet bean porridge. One must also mention the very simple round rice noodle soup with crab paste as well asbánh đúc (plain rice cake) with fresh water crab soup.


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