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The Reunification Palace

Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh city built on the site of the former Norodom Palace which also known as the Governor’s Palace its first role was as a home and workplace for the then French Governor of Cochinchina. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and...

Xoan singing has existed for more than 2000 years

   Xoan singing (also called hat cua dinh, lai len singing, dum singing, tho singing…) – a kind of performing art, is said to have appeared about 2,000 years ago, during the time of the Hung Kings. It was usually performed at spring festivals in front of communal houses. ...

Dong Ho Painting

Originally, Dong Ho paintings were made only with black-and-white prints of woodcuts, but from the 15th century, different colours were introduced by craftsmen in the village. As a village specialized in making woodcuts and paintings, almost all Dong Ho villagers were involved in...

What to eat in Vietnam this winter

Vietnam winter is not too cold but chilled enough to awaken the sense of taste. This is the chance to warm up and enjoy Vietnamese cuisine. Here are some options: Floating cake Pork ribs rice porridge Rice cake made of rice flour and lime water Grilled corn and Grilled sweet...

Mysterious paradise on earth

Visiting Quy Nhơn to explore the charms of mother nature, you don’t want to miss on the chance of waking up early and enjoying the beauty of the sunrise. Here are some options for travelers to explore: the poet Han Mac Tu’s tomb at Ghenh Rang, Egg site – a...

A Final Look at Binh Tay Market Before Its Renovation

Will a major upcoming renovation affect Binh Tay Market’s distinct Chinese-style architecture? In this photo collection, courtesy of Zing, photographer Hoang Viet takes a look at District 6’s Binh Tay, one of Saigon’s oldest markets. Last June, the municipal government announced...