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Ancient wooden house in Hue

This 100-year-old house, named An Hien, was previously the home of a princess of Emperor Duc Duc and many mandarins of the Nguyen Dynasty. This is a nha ruong, a hand-made traditional wooden house with 48 columns for the cult of the ancestors and Buddha, a symbol of the ancient capital city of Hue.

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Bac Giang to host sixth festival for ethnic minorities

Northern Bac Giang Province will host its sixth festival of culture, sports and tourism for ethnic minorities in October. The event, held every two years, aims to honour the local people's values and cultural identity and provides an opportunity for ethnic minority groups to strengthen solidarity and exchange experiences in preserving and promoting their culture, sports and tourism potential.

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Hue offers discounts to heritage sites in September

During the month, from September 2-30, a group of 10 or more visitors will get 20 per cent discount of entrance tickets to heritage sites in the former royal capital city. Visitors will be allowed using tickets bought at Imperial Palace, Khai Dinh or Minh Mang mausoleums to enter other sites.

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UNESCO lists Don Ca Tai Tu or Vietnamese folk music as world cultural heritage

Don ca tai tu (Amateur singing) in southern Viet Nam has been rooted in the cultural and spiritual life of the southern people. On December 5, 2013 the art of Don ca tai tu was officially recognized as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO

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Who needs tourist visa to Vietnam

As known, most visitors entering Vietnam must have a Vietnam Entry Visas. Only citizens of certain countries can visit Vietnam without Vietnam entry visa. Those countries include most citizens of ASEAN countries and Kyrgyzstan are no need Vietnam visa for visit Vietnam within 30 days; Citizens of Philippines do not require a visa for 21 days; Citizens of Brunei and Myanmar do not require a visa for 14 days; 

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Cao Dai Temple - Where the Faithful Worship Among the Tourists

JUST before midnight, the monks were still arriving. Dressed in long, flowing white robes, they resembled fireflies as they rode through the darkness on their motorbikes, descending on the towering temple at the heart of the Cao Dai holy land in southern Vietnam. Many were attending their fourth service of the day.

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