The Ta Nang-Phan Dung trekking route through Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan provinces has been praised as Vietnam's best, but it is a difficult one with many steep rocky slopes. The mountain peaks are up to 1,800 meters high. It is safer to pay a bit extra and hire a few experienced porters who also know their way around the forest. … [Read more...] about On difficult but beautiful trekking route Ta Nang-Phan Dung
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On August 6, the patient returned to work but hearing the case of another COVID-19 patient reported in Hà Nội, he asked for a leave in the afternoon and went to the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases’ second branch in Đông Anh District for examination. … [Read more...] about Travel history of Hà Nội’s latest COVID-19 patient released
“It’s a new option in the art form’s long existence,” Triết explains. “Bronze or copper easily oxidises in Việt Nam’s tropical climate. Verdigris (greenish pigment) is found on the surface of bronze or copper objects after a time and requires cleaning.” … [Read more...] about Fading artform reborn in silver and gold
Đào said to have a good dish she has to choose fresh and grown dưa fish that has a thick body, but the most difficult stage is gutting the eel from its backbone but one should be very careful not to break its organs as they cause the meat to taste bitter. … [Read more...] about Fishy delights in Quảng Ninh
In spite of Vietnam’s many forms of weather, the heat, humidity, damp, and surprisingly chilliness of December, I wouldn’t really want to live anywhere else. There’s the ‘Goldilocks’ factor at work here. It’s not too cold, the summer is long, the winter is short, the rain is mostly warm, I’m not in a flood-prone area, and I haven’t worn anything heavier than a hoodie for the last fourteen years. … [Read more...] about Is it raining yet?