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Phong Nha and Thien Duong caves in Quang Binh

Phong Nha and Thien Duong caves in Quang Binh

The caves of Phong Nha is now a picturesque site of Vietnam. During the last war, it was used to store weapons to supply the great battles of the South. They belong to the mountainous chain Ke Bang (Centre) which covers a total area of 10,000 km², from north to south of the province of Quang Binh.

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Hue – Imperial city with canned cultural calues

Hue – Imperial city with canned cultural calues

Hue is an ancient feudal capital in Vietnam under the Nguyen dynasty - the dynasty dernireè in Vietnam (1802-1945). She is currently a very charming town on both sides of the romantic Perfume River, became a city of history, culture, art, literature, religion and tourism in Vietnam. It has a festival every two years since 2000.

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Danang and this environs

Danang and this environs

Danang is very experienced with the Marble Mountains Ngu Hang Son. Marble Mountains Ngu Hanh Son near the city of Danang (Centre) attracts visitors with its mountains, caves and pagodas. Its tourist potential is enormous. Located 8 miles southeast of Da Nang (Centre), Marble Mountain consists of five mountains at the edge of the sea, hence its nickname Non Nuoc (mountain and water).

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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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Chau Doc

Chau Doc

Chau Doc is an idyllic riverside town located near the border between Vietnam and Cambodia and inhabited by communities of Kinh, Cham, Khmer and Chinese. There are many pagodas in Chau Doc that Chinese and Hindu influence and which are colorfully painted.

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The economy of Vietnam

The economy of Vietnam

The economy of Vietnam recorded since the late 1980s, economic growth increasingly assertive, following difficult years due to the Vietnam War. Wars, major expenses of armament and poor planning of the economy have greatly weakened the economy of Vietnam. This however recorded since the late 1980s, the lifting of the US embargo in the mid-1990s, a significant recovery of the economy coinciding with a gradual economic liberalization, like its neighbor China. Since the 2000s, there is more talk of an economic take-off since the real growth rate of GDP going from 4.7% in 2001 to 7.8% in 2007, although it is back down to 6.3% in 2008 and 5.3% in 2009 because of the economic crisis2. However, it rose to 6.8% in 2010.

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