Travel South

Travel South, Việt Nam
Southern Vietnam is a term to refer to the geographical area in the south of Vietnam. However, depending on historical times and usage habits, the term is sometimes used to refer to different territories in an informal political sense.

Ao Dai not only enhances the gentle and loving beauty of Vietnamese women, but it also shows discreetness, modesty and strange charm. Ao dai today is becoming more and more diverse in shape, color, and pattern, but it still retains its traditional appearance.

With the support of the local government and cultural sector, 132 Ba Na ethnic households, Ro Ngao branch in Kon Trang Long Loi village, Dak Ha town, Dak Ha district, Kon Tum province built Successful Community Tourism Village, a destination for tourists from near and far when coming to Kon Tum. With the opening of a new economic industry, community tourism is helping people in Kon Trang Long Loi earn more income and improve their lives. This is also a good opportunity for people to preserve and promote traditional cultural values.

Hang Market (Hai Phong) was formerly the market of an ancient village called Du Hang (17th-18th centuries). The Du Hang village area was formerly agricultural land and a traffic hub, so Hang market became a place to meet, exchange, and buy and sell plants, animals, and farming utensils. The urbanization process spread to the suburbs, so today Hang Market is located entirely in the inner city, in Du Hang Kenh ward, Le Chan district, Hai Phong city. Even though many years have passed, the customs of exchanging agricultural goods of c

Located on the left bank of the Red River, Bat Trang commune is known for its rich historical tradition and unique craft village culture, good advantages for developing craft village tourism. Recently, Bat Trang commune was recognized as a tourist destination of Hanoi city.