Giong Festival is annually celebrated in spring time at several parts of Hanoi in order to commemorate Saint Giong, one of the four immortals of Vietnam. He is a great hero in Vietnam's mythology, with his splendid merit in defending the country against foreign enemies.
Among the very old days of the country, under the government of King An Duong Vuong (Thuc Phan), Vietnam was called Au Lac. The King decided to build Co Loa (located at Dong Anh District, Hanoi at present time) as the country's royal palace.
What is Wat Ounalom? Wat Ounalom is another beautiful place of Phnom Penh's five original monasteries (1422). It housed the Institute Bouddhique and library. On...
Where is Silver Pagoda? Another interesting destination in Cambodia is Silver pagoda. Within the Royal Palace compound is the extravagant Silver Pagoda, also known as Wat...
Banteay Srey is the UNESCO World Heritage site near Siem Reap. The name Banteay Srey translates from Khmer roughly as the ‘citadel of the women
The natural area of Cat Tien National Park is 73,878ha including three areas of the South Cat Tien (Dong Nai Province)
Hoang Yen Chao Castle is a unique architectural construction combining Eastern style and Western style.
That Luang, or the Great Stupa, in Vientiane is a national symbol (its image is on Laos’ official seal) and also the most sacred monument in the country. From the outside That Luang looks more like a fortress surrounded by high walls
In the Champasak Plains, on the outskirts of Pakse, we have the complex Vat Phou. It’s ruins, Temple, shrine and Museum of Khmer civilization at the foot of the mountain Phu Kao, with more than 1000 years old
Mount Fuji is with 3776 meters Japan’s highest mountain. It is not surprising that the nearly perfectly shaped volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries.
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