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BINH THUY TEMPLE

BINH THUY TEMPLE

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Binh Thuy Temple is located in Binh Thuy Ward, Binh Thuy District, Can Tho City, 200m from Hau River, 5km from Can Tho City. Binh Thuy Temple is situated in a large area around 4000m2, Binh Thuy Temple has its special style. Its architecture is different with other temples in the North. The rare and perfect house preserved with the specific character of Mekong Delta in the past century. The house connects with a garden, quite wide but not very long. In the front yard, lain with Chinese bricks and has several rock-gardens, potted plants and a three-door temple gate. The house was not built by cement but of duoc glue, including all joints in the system of rafters, without a single nail. All this had been made by craftsman who used valuable woods which were red-lacquered and gilded or encrusted with nacre, fine carvings depicting the water activities, trees and fruits of the Southwest. Price: Free Phone: 0292 3841 063 Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 4:00 PM Address: 46/11A, Le Hong Phong Street, Binh Thuy Ward, Binh Thuy County, Can Tho City

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DA NANG

DA NANG

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Da Nang is known as the most liveable city in Vietnam. It is famous for its mild climate, beautiful beaches and irresistible delicious food. If you are looking for the definitive travel guide of Da Nang, this one is for you!

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DA LAT

DA LAT

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Hidden away in the Central Highlands, Dalat plays the cooler cousin to Vietnam's seaside destinations. Famous for its countryside charm, Dalat draws couples, outdoor enthusiasts, and golf enthusiasts alike. This mountain resort town was once a summer getaway for the French, who left their mark in European-inspired architecture and manicured, rolling lawns. Dalat's main lake is the centre of the action, but countless treasures await in the hills as well.

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SAPA

SAPA

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Sapa town stands at the head of a deep valley of magnificent rice terraces that are still worked today as they have been for centuries. Backdrops don’t get much more spectacular. Enticing ribbons of road lead the eye down to the valley floor, white-water rivers rush among rice fields, and lush green mountains stretch into the distance as far as the eye can see. The highest peak in the region, Mount Fansipan, crowns the ragged ridge line high above town.

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