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Hang Cop,Da lat: Wild tourist destination

Da Lat City (travel to Vietnam) in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong where has not only romantic sightseeing spots but also has wild tourist destinations. So perfect for adventurers, including Hang Cop (Tiger Cave) and a beautiful manmade lake created by Ankroet.

From Da Lat railway station, tourists can rent a motorbike to head to Cau Dat which is known for having the best Arabica coffee in Vietnam.

Upon arrival, one can see a signboard instructing the way to Hang Cop (Vietnam tours). The cave was put into operation a long time ago but has since fallen off the map.

Hang Cop, Da Lat

Local people said that the cave has a spectacular waterfall in the rainy season and its beauty can compete with other popular locations like Prenn, Cam Ly and Datanla waterfalls.

Tourists have to conquer 350 slippery steps to reach the waterfall, which is ideal for overnight camping, or just a short visit to take photos, breathe in the fresh air, or swim. People sometimes can see eagles flying across the huge pine trees.

Ankroet hydropower plant,in operation since 1945, is 20km from Da Lat to the northwest. Tourists to the site can admire unique French style stone architecture from the early 20th century. The plant is about 2km from the Dan Kia – Suoi Vang tourist site. There’s a narrow path with many sloping corners under pine shades leading to the beautiful lake.

Those who wish to have a quiet relaxation time can choose these two places for their next exploration.

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The most attractive destinations: Myanmar travel 2014

This land isn’t only fascinated by the romantic scenery but also attracts visitors by the simple beauty of the indigenous people. Life, though still difficult, but they always cheerful and hospitable.

Myanmar tourism isn’t only an excursion at rivers, temples but also can learn about the history, culture and cuisine. This is an opportunity for you to immerse myself in the magical waters of Buddhist.

Yangon, Myanmar’s heart

Shwedagon pagoda

Although power is transferred to the new capital Naypyidaw, Yangon remains the largest city of Myanmar. No shadow of the skyscrapers, the bustling shopping district, Yangon nostalgic with countless temples, lakes, parks … and a number of bars, cafes, housing colonial architecture remaining such as “City Hall”.

When you go to Yangon,you should visit the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, located between the most sacred area on a quiet hill. In the Shwedagon Pagoda, who also feel like I’m in Penglai.

Visiting Sittwe, capital of Rakhine state

Located in the far western Myanmar, Rakhine state is home to many wonderful landscapes, still retained traces of Indian mythology.

You should also visit a Sittwe, the Rakhine state capital is located on the isle where the Kaladan river, and Lemyo My … pour into the Bay of Bengal.

Golden Rock

Golden rock

As one of the famous Buddhist sites in Myanmar, Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also called the Golden Rock temple) attracts pilgrims, monks and nuns everywhere.

Mandalay, romantic

Coming to the romantic city, Mandalay. Visitors have the opportunity to experience the beautiful moment when floating on the river from Mandalay to Bagan.

Here, you should reward yourself to a hearty meal in the middle of 1500 banana tree, inside the trunk was lit by candles, cast shadows of the water … the landscape, poetic, lyrical.

In addition, Ubein wooden bridge is also popular destinations in this romantic city, one of 10 places have the best location to watch the sunset.

Bagan

Ballon, Bagan

The former capital of Burma thousands of years ago, it is a great place for tourists to daydreaming with nature or ride bike leisurely in the afternoon sun light. Here, you should perform a journey by balloon to admire the panoramic view of Bagan.

Inle Lake

You can end the journey of discovery in Lake Inle Myanmar – freshwater lakes connected by canals Nyangshwe large area, clear, always crowded boats. The banks built-up.

Surrounding the lake is majestic green mountains, the tiny fishing villages, monasteries, houses on stilts or the famous tomato gardens in Myanmar.

Inle lake, visitors especially enjoy fishing scene by fisherman in the traditional way. Particularly fish here fresh meat, processed delicious enchanted many diners.

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Myanmar travel: Around roadside market in Yangon

Sunlight enveloped the aisle of the crowded bazaar with buyers and sellers in Yangon, Myanmar. In addition to a famous Bogyoke market, Yangon has many other markets, especially the market located on the roadside.

Roadside market, Yangon

Eating in Burma

Coming there, you will smell the jasmine from the women who wearing a wreath full of hands to sell for housewives or passersby. Not only that, you can smell the aroma of meat, fish and chicken. Like most other markets, roadside markets in Yangon offers a full range of food products from eggs, cheese, thanaka cream.

Streets with fragrant jasmine

Along the streets with fragrant jasmine, people sit around with the rice sacks or plastic bowls, bamboo baskets containing carrots, tomatoes and numerous other fruits and vegetables …

Roadside market, Yangon

So far, you will see a blinking light emitted from the cans, that is fishmonger with the fish piled on banana leaf plates. Observe a little more, you will seen turmeric shop that is yellow brilliant.

Subculture of roadside market in Yangon

If traders focus crowded, customers also not inferior. People of all ages with different dress styles busy shopping for what they need or are simply looking for a dish

Roadside market, Yangon

A robed monks left holding the newspaper, right hand holding the bean sprouts bag. The tattoo men wear T-shirt and traditional dress. Seen from afar, you may feel very bustling bazaar and you will quickly discover cultural beauty here.

Roadside market, Yangon

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Son Doong cave, the world’s largest cave in Quang Binh |Vietnam Travel

In the most remote area of Vietnam where scientists said in the famous magazine National Geographic is “without anywhere on this planet.” It belongs to Son Doong cave, the world’s largest cave in Quang Binh.

Son Doong cave

Adventure tour this cave for tourists worldwide in 2015, was licensed by PPC and its fare is $ 3,000 per guest. The attraction of this tour attracted a lot of tourists at a global level. Whatever reservations in advance, but in 2015 only 500 guests have the chance.

To participate in the awesome tour. You not only have to ensure financial but also your health to have flexibility to cope with the difficult experience.

The first day, tour guide will pick you up from Dong Hoi to Phong Nha and hear common safety rules, environmental protection, the use of equipment during tour.

The second day, the tourist answering questions about the fitness. If you meet the strict inspection, you are granting safety equipment for use and the car taken you to the starting point on the Ho Chi Minh Trail west route, then the journey to walk from there to Doong of 4 km.

Son Doong cave

End of the ramp in the forest, visitors to village and lunch break. Then continue to wade the stream, through the jungle to Hang En with route 5km. In the evening, everyone is guided camping at sands in the Hang En cave by experts.

Overnight, after breakfast will proceed to explore Hang En with walkways have been examined before, choose the points can watch and photograph. Continue to walk 2km, you’ll come to Son Doong Cave, received the climbing equipment, helmets, safety belts and other equipment to go down to the cave, from the mouth to the bottom of the cave depth is 80m, slippery steep, you must use safety wire and lock.

Son Doong cave

Guests must pass the stream and waterfall in the cave to the main area of the cave, watching the light from sinkholes 1 (Doline1). Dinner and overnight stay in the small tent was erected here.

The day after that, leave the campsite, the first through sinkholes (doline 1) watching “vong khung long” experience the special weather systems are constantly changing every 10-15 minutes in the Son Doong cave at Doline 1.

Son Doong cave

Scroll through the “Garden of Eden”. In the afternoon, go sail (on the water) or walk to the foot of the wall Vietnam, overnight at the 2nd campsites near the “Garden of Eden”.

Continuing a great day in caves, you will be observing the Garden in the early morning, moving back doline 1 to see coral fossils nearly 300 million years of age. Come back Hang En. Dinner and overnight. Last day, walking from Hang En, crossing many streams and steep to hit the road in Ho Chi Minh City and come back Phong Nha.

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Son Doong cave
Son Doong cave
Son Doong cave
Son Doong cave

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36 hours to explore Hanoi by foreign correspondents

Hanoi has become the latest destination in a series of reportages “36 hours discovery” of one of the most famous newspaper in the world – New York Times.

After 36h travel around Hanoi, correspondent Robyn Eckhardt described here is a special city, with tree-lined streets, the houses moss ancient, traditional culture and great street food great, the store has a unique style and nightlife is extremely delicate.

Hanoi Stopover Tour

Friday

1. Coffee & view street at 05:00 pm

Rush hour in Hanoi is the ideal time for sightseeing streets from above. Just find a quaint cafe and choose a seat in the balcony to watch the crowded roads and motorcycles run around Hoan Kiem lake.

2. Dinner as subsidy period at 07:30 pm

Prior to the reform era in 1986, the Vietnam living under the subsidy regime. At restaurants, people can look the part of past with whitewashed walls are decorated with items leftover from ancient times and music from the 70s is emitted from a the old radio.

The restaurant’s menu is mostly northern dishes, most notably are roasted meat with shrimp sauce and mussels cooked tomato soup. Reporter Robyn extremely impressed with the food “fried rice” of restaurant, “elderberry” taken from the bottom of the pot, eating with shrimp sauce. It’ really crispy and tasty

3. Music and dance at 10:00 pm

music in Hanoi

On a quiet street, Hai Ba Trung district, with the bars regularly invite international bands and DJs to perform. Cocktails here are diverse both in terms of taste and price.

Also, at the West Lake has an interesting Bar serving almost all entertainment needs, from karaoke to dance. Live music is served until late at night.

Saturday

4. Enjoy street food at 8:30

Besides “Phở”, Hanoi has many street food interesting, so visitors shouldn’t take meal at the hotel to visit streets and tasted a few dishes. Through the small streets and rickety stairs, visitors will find the “gems” like vermicelli stir-fried eel, crab soup noodles, bun cha barbecue …

5. Learn the history of the capital at 01:00 pm

Want to learn the history of the capital, thousands of years of civilization, go to the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, a location in the city center is still a military camp until 2010. The most intriguing here is Imperial Citadel that was built in the 11th century and has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Guests can also scroll through Hanoi flagpole and Military History Museum

6. Discover the art when resting at 03:00 pm

If you want to admire the artwork, going to the gallery which showcases the artwork of emerging artists as well as the famous artists

7. Dinner at 08:00 pm

Restaurant

Dinner at a restaurant is decorated with rough brick wall, concrete and soft skin, elegant style and enjoy seasonal dishes.

8. Go out for the evening at 10:30 pm

Let’s find a cozy bar, meeting place of artists in Hanoi to be heard reciting poetry and viewed other interesting art items.

Sunday

9. Breakfast with western style at 09:00 am

The rapid rise of an Australian citizen in Hanoi led to the emergence of Western-style cafes appear more. Breakfast food such as quinoa grain eat with porridge, dried apricots and cream, but visitors can also choose chocolate cake instead.

West lake, Hanoi

West Lake with the most romantic street in Hanoi

10. Walking around the West Lake at 11:00 am

Want to see the West Lake fullest, visitors use bicycles, walk around and experience leisurely . At the lake, visitors can rent a bike or an electric bike at a reasonable price to start the journey. At Phu Tay Ho, visitors can enjoy “specialty” such as snail noodle, boiled snails … was delicious. Walking around the West Lake, visitors will certainly discover a lot of the beauty of Hanoi.

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Top Things to See and Do when Traveling in Cambodia

You want to discover Cambodia but you don’t know where you have to go, what you have to do. Don’t worry because we will help you.

Cambodia, the country with the amazing people, rich history, delicious food, beautiful coastline, and a lively nightlife…

Top Things to See and Do

Angkor Wat

The Wonder of Angkor Wat

This huge temple complex is the reason most people visit Cambodia. The temple ruins are massive and you’ll need a few days to explore all of them. While there’s a lot more to the country than this UNESCO site (too many people only come to visit Angkor), no trip is complete without satisfying your inner Tomb Raider and exploring these ruins.

Tongle Sap

Sailing down this river allows you to get a look at how closely Cambodian life is tied to this major waterway. You can take a boat all the way down one end to the other or just cruise around on a day trip.

Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville beach

White sand beaches, nearby deserted islands, great diving, amazing seafood, and a heavy nightlife filled with cheap booze make this spot a favorite among travelers. This was once a very seedy spot, but has become a mecca for backpackers. It’s not a quiet place to hang out but it’s good place to drink or use as a base to visit the nearby islands, which are quiet and serene.

Kep

This beautiful beach town is the quiet version of Sihanoukville. There’s also great seafood here is a nice place to relax on near the ocean without the party atmosphere that is Sihanoukville. This city is famous for it’s pepper crab and empty beaches. There’s not a lot to do here so it also makes for a good day trip.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

The capital of Cambodia, this place has a wild west atmosphere with dusty streets and a “devil may care” atmosphere. There are few good attractions to see and there is an up-and-coming foodie vibe to the city. Since the destruction of the lake, most of the action has moved towards the river.

Bokor National Park

Wander among the atmospheric French ruins while hiking a great rainforest. Bokor was a big destination for the French aristocracy back in the day and you can see the ruins of their homes. It is a day trip from Sihanoukville or nearby Kampot.

Battambang

Buddhist temple Battamban

Known as a farming area, and famous for its fading French colonial architecture, this is the place to get a real taste of Cambodian life. There are great temples, a bamboo train, and stunning architecture from long past here. This destination sees few tourists except for those who like to get off the beaten path and off the Siem Reap-Phnom Penh trail. It’s Cambodia without the tourism.

Prasat Preah Vihear

This breathtaking mountain temple is source of conflict with its neighbor Thailand, who also claims this place as its own. The trip here is not easy but nothing worth going to is ever is.

Visit a river village

There are 3 floating villages to choose from in the country. The houses are built on bamboo stilts and there are always boats filled with people selling trinkets, food, and hanging out. The Chong Khneas is the most visited in the country but popularity has made it a bit of a tourist trap recently.

Koh Kong

Kohrong beach

A city near the Thai border in the Cardamom Mountain district, Koh Kong offers great opportunities for jungle trekking, as well as a chance to relax on the white sand beaches. Koh Kong island is reputed to be one of the best beach spots in Southeast Asia. It’s illegal to spend the night there, but it makes for an easy day trip.

Visit the pepper farms

Outside the city of Kampot (go there) and on the way to Kep are vast pepper fields. This southern region of Cambodia is filled with pepper farms where you can learn about the history of the spice, see how it is grown, and pick up what is considered some of the finest pepper in the world.

The Killing Fields

You can’t mention Cambodia without people drawing a connection to the country’s bloody genocidal past. Although a visit to the Killing Fields, located 15 km from Phnom Penh, may not be the most cheerful way to spend an afternoon, it makes for a hallowing, and memorable experience, a testament to the dangers of uncontested power.

Kampong Cham

Though it’s the third-largest city in Cambodia, most backpackers overlook Kampong Cham. As a result, it retains a lot of its old French colonial feel, and is a great place to really get to know Cambodia. While the city in itself is something to explore, you should also check out the ruins at Nokor Wat. One of the highlights here is a detailed series of murals which depict religious torture scenes.

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