Ha Long is literally translated as “Bay of Descending Dragons”. Prior to the 19th century, this name was not recorded in any document or archive. Whether you’re relaxing out on the water abroad a comfortable junk or paddling under your own through a cave in a nimble kayak, the natural ...
Mai Chau is located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 60 km from Hoa Binh. From the top of Cun Mountain, one can admire the superb panorama of Mai Chau surrounded by a green valley and stilt houses.
The valley between Hoa Binh and Mai Chau is notable for being an unspoiled and picturesque scene of rice fields and jagged mountains. It bears the distinction of being the nearest place to Hanoi where one can spend time with ethnic minority people named the White Thai Tribe. Neighboring Mai Chau is a village called Ban Lac where villagers open their houses to travelers for rustic overnight stays and often delight their guests with songs and dances for which they are widely renowned. Guests are invited to relax and enjoy the night whilst sipping from long straws on a traditional alcoholic beverage called “Ruou Can”.
Van Phuc is not only famous for its sericulture and weaving but also is proud of its patriotism, industry and creation since its foundation. Silk weaving craft in Van Phuc was started 1,000 years ago (from the beginning of XI century)
More than 400 song lyrics, sung with 213 different melody variations, express people’s emotional states of longing and sadness upon separation, and the happiness of the meeting of lovers. This tour also will bring you the special feelings about a beautiful pottery village on the bank of the romantic Cau river.
Yen Tu Mountain is one of the highest peaks in the Dong Trieu Mountains in the north-eastern area of Vietnam, located within the area of Uong Bi Town, Quang Ninh Province. Besides being a famous natural landscape, Yen Tu preserves numerous historical relics and is also known as “The cradle of Buddhism in Vietnam”.