Vietnam is a country of many beautiful festivals. There are thousands of festivals taking place across the country during the year. Besides the Tet holiday, the Mid-Autumn Festival which takes place on the 15th night of the 8th lunar month annually is one of the most famous festivals and it is a traditional celebration for Vietnamese children.
Although some local authorities have recently raised their voice concerning the security of rampant use of drones in Vietnam, we cannot deny that these flying cameras have given both professional and amateur photographers a new creative medium to show “hidden’ charm of Vietnam.
It's August now and if you want to better learn about Vietnam via its traditional activities and festivals, it is a great time for you. Coming to Vietnam during this time, you will have a chance to join various festivals taking place along the country and experience a wide range of traditional activities.
Mui Ne (located in the central province of Binh Thuan) has been listed 2nd in top 11 most ideal sand-boarding destinations all over the world. Best time to visit Mui Ne sand dunes: Ideal from 5:00 to 8:00 in the morning because sand is still cool after a night.
Some may think it is a bit complicated to get a Visa to Vietnam. In fact, Vietnam is now open and warmly welcomes tourists in the world. And thus, if you know how, it is not only uncomplicated but also easy and simple.
The AsiaOne, a Singapore-based website has suggest amazing spots to spend a romantic weekend especially when it is just less than a month to the Valentine’s Day, in which four destinations of Vietnam including Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Quoc, Da Lat and Hoi An are included.