Hanoians huddle as the cold bites … however 8-degree weather can’t part some of them from their ice cream 😉

Temperatures in the capital dropped to 7-9 degrees Celsius on February 22, and chilly winds were blowing. But Trang Tien ice cream shop in Hoan Kiem District witnessed the sight of people waiting in line to buy. On Monday, the temperature plunged to 7-9 degrees Celsius in Hanoi, along with chilly winds. At night, theContinue reading “Hanoians huddle as the cold bites … however 8-degree weather can’t part some of them from their ice cream 😉”

Best Mediterranean Restaurants in Saigon

A fascinating fact about the Mediterranean diet is that it was recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 16th 2010 because it mainly contains fruits, whole grains, beans, olive oil, vegetables and herbs. If it sounds interesting to you, keep reading because I will list the best Mediterranean restaurant right here inContinue reading “Best Mediterranean Restaurants in Saigon”

Vietnam’s UNESCO-recognised intangible cultural heritage

Vietnam possesses an array of intangible cultural heritages that have been recognized by UNESCO. By https://en.vietnamplus.vn/vietnams-unescorecognised-intangible-cultural-heritage/222268.vnp Are you planning a trip to Vietnam ? We invite you to contact us at MustSeeInVietnam@Gmail.com and to visit the No 1 Vietnam Travellers Podcast website https://www.whataboutvietnam.com. https://www.Local-Insider.com, https://www.VietnamTravel.com and https://wwwvietnaminsider.vn Thank you for following us, for your Likes, your comments and for sharingContinue reading “Vietnam’s UNESCO-recognised intangible cultural heritage”

Cold weather in the North Must See the frost on northern peak … a rare sight !

Over 8,000 people have made the trip up to Mount Mau Son in Lang Son Province in the last three days to see a rare sight: frost. A watch tower in the Mau Son Tourist Area in Loc Binh District, around 1,500 meters above sea level, was covered in a thick layer of frost onContinue reading “Cold weather in the North Must See the frost on northern peak … a rare sight !”

As Vietnam reopens international tourism, key tips for your trip

Vietnam will fully reopen inbound tourism from March 15 after nearly two years. Most restrictions will be lifted, but there are some requirements to keep in mind. By Tien Thanh, Hoang Phong For http://www.EVExpress.com Are you planning a trip to Vietnam ? We invite you to contact us at MustSeeInVietnam@Gmail.com and to visit the No 1 VietnamContinue reading “As Vietnam reopens international tourism, key tips for your trip”

Vietnamese lensman scores NatGeo feature

Lensman Tran Tuan Viet’s images of Vietnamese daily life and scenic landscapes have been featured by U.S. magazine National Geographic.  A woman drives along a road lined by rows of old pine trees in Nghia Hung Commune, Chu Pah District, considered one of the most famed check-in destinations in the Central Highlands province of GiaContinue reading “Vietnamese lensman scores NatGeo feature”

American turns waste glass into works of art … in Saigon

Gabriel Meranze Levitt, an American living in Saigon for 12 years, transforms waste glass into artworks. By Thai Bao for http://www.E.VNExpress.net Thank you for following us, for your Likes, your comments and for sharing with your friends. Visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mustseeinvietnam/

25 Best Things To Do In Hoi An (Vietnam)

Hoi An has a reputation for being one of the prettiest cities in all of Vietnam and the Old Town here has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its 800 historic buildings. There is a definite ‘old town’ feeling here which is like stepping back into the Vietnam of ancient times,Continue reading “25 Best Things To Do In Hoi An (Vietnam)”

A house in northern Vietnam evokes central Italy

On a large piece of land in Hoa Binh Province, a Tuscany-style house in a picturesque setting allows the homeowner to relive his time in Italy. Typical features of Tuscan architecture include thick stone walls, marble decorations on the doors, tiled roofs, terracotta tiled floors, lush green gardens, and sturdy iron gates. The house hasContinue reading “A house in northern Vietnam evokes central Italy”

Saigon’s Chinatown comes to life with First Full Moon Festival

The Chinese-Vietnamese community in Saigon brightened the city Tuesday with a colorful parade and dragon dances to mark the First Full Moon Festival.  The parade began at 5 p.m. on Hai Thuong Lan Ong Street, famous for Chinese traditional medicine shops, and went through Chau Van Liem, Lao Tu, Luong Nhu Hoc, and Nguyen TraiContinue reading “Saigon’s Chinatown comes to life with First Full Moon Festival”