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ARE YOU READY TO DISCOVER PHU QUOC ISLAND?

After a long time, our country has banned due to Corona virus, our Government might decide to open the tourism step by step from this November. Now, it is the right time to make decision where is the first place that you would like to travel in my country.

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Moon cakes

In mid-autumn occasions, people in my country are in hurry to prepare MOON CAKES for gifts to children, elders or their close friends. Especially, nowadays woman prefer to doing handmade cakes by themselves. Moreover, this kind of cake is traditional one since our ancient time then our next generations adapt and follow according to the great great parent’s customs.

In this year, it is a special case, my city is in social quarantine, therefore almost people have made moon cakes and celebrate event within their families.

In the past, the traditional cake is only mixed filling, but now people make many different kinds of cake such as bean cakes, salted-egg cakes, and so on.

Generally, moon cake is a traditional cuisine in special occasion which is Mid-autumn and in this event, almost people celebrate a small party which have moon cake and hot tea .

Let’s jump in and enjoy with me!

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Ly Son, a mystery of nature

I had a chance to visit Ly Son the first time for 5 years ago, I was extremely attractive by natural beauty, human, foods at there.

Our trip must be flied from Hanoi to Chu Lai Airport, after that we took a vessel from mainland to Ly Son island about 1 hour.

Ly Son island is including a main island and a smaller island which is called “Be” island.

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Mu Cang Chai – a destination of nature

Mu Cang Chai

Covid-19 is spreading the fourth in my country, it is the time to stay at home and I look back the past about Mu Cang Chai which is a West North with many terraces and mountains go around.

The road from Hanoi city to Mu Cang Chai is not too hard about 300km forward to West, which is famous of conversational and spectacular sightseeing.

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Have you ever try eating Dalat foods?

That’s so true almost people are acknowledged Dalat where is a romantic place for couples and families with fresh air, comfortable feeling. Especially, there are four seasons in one day, you could walk around the Tuyen Lam lake to sense the spring atmosphere in the early morning, then summer comes with hot, sunny at the noon, in the afternoon the weather is autumn, quite cool, however you will feel the coldness in the evening, so that’s why people should bring a coat and a craft when going outside.

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Vietnamese Tet holiday

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Each time spring comes, we are happy to celebrate 🎉 Tet holiday, normally it happens in the end of January or February according to the lunar calendar.

Although this year is a special case cause Corona virus, we still try to prepare some unique things in our holiday as flowers, sticky rice cake, fried spring rolls, and also buy something news to replace old ones. Tet holiday is also the occasion to express the respect and gratitude to our parents, our grandparents.

The traditional Tet festival lasts for three days. It is considered a time to begin new stuff, to discard the problems of the past year and start all over. People buy new clothes and often change jobs or switch careers. During the last week of the old year, they sweep away all the bad things that have accumulated in the previous 12 months with a thorough cleaning of their homes and gardens, especially including altars that honor gods and ancestors.

This festival is our biggest vacation yearly, we have 5-7 days to celebrate it with all members in our family and including our relatives, our friends, certainly all companies and restaurants, coffee shops close to allow their staffs go back their hometown.

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