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Tam Coc cave
The Tam Coc area glistens in silver and gold as rice fields ripen along both sides of Ngo Dong River in northern Vietnam. Tam Coc shimmers in silver and gold Hundreds of photographers and thousands of tourists are making their ways to Tam Coc, about 100 km south of Hanoi, to capture the stunning seasonal landscape...
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Takeo province is often referred to as the cradle of Cambodian civilisation Takeo province has several important pre-Angkorian sites built between the 5th and the 8th century. The provincial capital, Takeo town is an easygoing place that possesses a fair amount of natural and manmade beauty. The natural beauty is in the Scenic River and lake...
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Angkor Wat
Siem Reap province is 10,299 square kilometres big and definitely one of the most famous ones in Cambodia. It’s located in the Northwest of the country bordering to the North with Oddor Meanchey, to the East with Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom, to the West with Banteay Meanchey and to the South with the biggest sweet...
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Terrace Rice Vietnam
The famous terraced rice fields in Vietnam’s northern highlands are shining pools reflecting the sun as farmers get another crop underway. The terraced fields in the northern highlands present widely different vistas during different seasons. In June, they are waterlogged as farmers prepare for a new crop. While it is often said that the rice harvest...
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Besides soft white beaches and a clear, turquoise sea, Quy Nhon has much more to offer to visitors. Quy Nhon in Binh Dinh Province is recognized as one of the three tourism hubs of Vietnam’s south central coastal region along with Da Nang and Nha Trang. The town is blessed with a 42km long coastline, diverse...
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