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Tam Coc or terrestrial Halong

Tam Coc or terrestrial Halong

Tam Coc or terrestrial Halong Bay, is a hilly region with many limestone mountains of the same formation of the islands in Halong Bay, located parsamée in Ninh Binh province, installed once the ancient capital of Vietnam late 10th century and early 11th century. It is called the land along Bay because there is no salt water as the bay but along the land in rice fields and rivers.

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Cai Bè - Vinh Long floating market

Cai Bè - Vinh Long floating market

The floating market of Cai Be is the meeting point for traders from across the region and stretches for several kilometers, divided between buyers and sellers. A real pleasure for the senses for visitors who are faced with an incredible mosaic of colors and fragrances.

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The Full Cochinchina

The Full Cochinchina

Cochinchina was the most southern part (south ) east of Vietnam in Cambodia , especially forming the Mekong River Delta (the other two parts of Vietnam were Annam and Tonkin). In the sixteenth century, other names such Chinecochin or Champachine are attested . Initially not including the kingdom of Champa , the name will be expanded later in the French empire in the entire southern part . Locally it is called Nam Bộ (南 圻), meaning " southern border".

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Saigon or Ho Chi Minh - City

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh - City

Saigon is still called in Vietnamese, and was already the " Pearl of the Orient " and the Paris of Asia. " Founded under the Second Empire, Saigon was the capital of Cochin , one territory established French colony (the other two , Tonkin and Annam , as protectorates) Built on the site of an ancient Khmer city , Prey Nokor , it is a river port on the Saigon River 80km from the sea, in the center of a vast network of waterways and rich rice-growing region , but overcrowded. The name may come from the Chinese Saigon sai , meaning wood, and gon , Vietnamese name kapok tree that grew in

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Cu Chi

Cu Chi

Originally created by the Viet Minh in French Indochina (the network was then twenty kilometers), these tunnels have been developed considerably during the US -Vietnam conflict to reach about 250 km. The Cu Chi tunnels were the location of several military campaigns during the Vietnam War, and was the base of operations of the Viet Cong during the Tet offensive of Mau Than in 1968.

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The beach of Mui Ne

The beach of Mui Ne

Phan Thiet Mui Ne is a sleepy fishing village 200km (4 hour drive) north of Ho Chi Minh City, the capital of the province of Binh Thuan is beach access point and the dunes of the village of Mui Ne. It is also here that the fish brine which, under the name of Nuoc Mam, became the national condiment of Vietnam is manufactured . Around Mui Ne - Phan Thiet is beautiful with many dunes and white sandy beaches, crystal clear water. Phan Thiet - Mui Ne is good for those who love to relax and easy holiday. The accommodation is well with many luxury resorts and bungalows with private beaches.

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