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A Little Paris in Hanoi

If the Old Quarter represents ancient Hanoi, the French Quarter reflects the time when Vietnam’s capital was under the influence of the French. With tree-fringed boulevards and mansions in French architectural style, this quarter evokes the image of Paris in the 19th and 20th century.

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Angkor: The Ruin of a Formidable Kingdom

For several centuries, Angkor was the epicentre of the Khmer Empire. With impressive monuments and sophisticated urban plans, Angkor demonstrates the development of a formidable kingdom and its exceptional civilisation. Today, the site is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia and no traveller to the region will want to miss its extravagant beauty.

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Ha Long: The Bay of the Descending Dragon

Boasting an ethereal beauty, Ha Long Bay is unsurprisingly one of the most popular sites in Vietnam. Its name is recognised globally, and millions of people came here to behold this natural wonder. Nevertheless, not many visitors know about the mystery beneath that name. In Han-Viet (Old Vietnamese), Ha Long literally means “descending dragon” and it originates from a legend on this ancient land.

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