Fun Facts Category

Discover the delicious Pho Vietnam

There’re noodle soups, and then there’s Pho, the single most vibrant noodle soup Vietnam has to offer. If you’ve never tried Pho before, let us tell you all about it - you never knew soups could be so awesome! What

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Exploring the luxury retreat of the dead near Hue city

A cemetery might not be the first destination you think about as being a place of intrigue. However, the An Bang Village Cemetery near Hue may surprise you. Known by nearby residents as “the city of ghosts” or “the city

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Get to know about Vietnamese traditional clothing

When traveling to Vietnam, you will see women everywhere dressed in beautiful, eye-catching, long dresses. This dress is called an Ao dai and, it is Vietnamese traditional clothing. Now, if you are a cultured person (like me) and have watched

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This and other fun facts about water buffaloes

Water buffaloes are an animal that has cultural, spiritual, and agricultural significance in Vietnam. If you’re touring the country, you’ll likely encounter one of these gentle beasts. Locals consider this animal to be their unofficial symbol. These animals, domesticated over

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Motorbikes in Vietnam are so popular

Watch any travel documentary about Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi, and you'll see motorbikes everywhere! Vietnam traffic is jam-packed with these motorized vehicles. It might seem as if everyone in this country has one. You wouldn't be wrong in

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Sacred animals in Vietnamese culture

Vietnam is known all around the world for its beautiful scenery and travel destinations. However, one overlooked beauty is the Vietnamese culture. Vietnam is a country with such unique and wonderful traditions that date back thousands of years and are

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Vietnam money consists of places that are worthy to spend your time

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world to its knees back in 2020. Some countries are still feeling the effect even in 2021. Due to the recent outbreak of Covid-19 in Vietnam. The countries have set some travel restrictions on

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The interesting history of the Japanese Covered Bridge

The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is also known as Chua Cau Bridge (Pagoda Bridge). It is a unique covered structure built by the Japanese traders in the 17th century. The bridge is composed of two parts: the bridge

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Loudspeakers were excessively used to transmit warnings

The use of loudspeakers began early on in the Vietnam War. North and South Vietnamese used to have audios on loudspeaker propaganda to reduce the morale of the enemy. In the time of war, North Vietnam utilized loudspeakers to convey

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Propaganda in Vietnam through the artwork

Propaganda in Vietnam is all about a combination of beauty and history through the depiction of some solid artwork. Vietnamese propaganda posters are famous for their beautiful and eloquent artwork. They mesmerize tourists with one glance at these expressive pieces

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