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them to spar with China counterparts.)
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the country of visit
2. Opportunities for Cultural Exchange with the local community
3. Service work (i.e. hard work or soft skills etc.) to benefit a local
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of the cultural mosaic of all 54 Vietnamese ethnic groups. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is both a research centre and a public museum exhibiting the ethnic groups of Vietnam. The mission of the Museum is scientific research, collection, documentation, conservation, exhibition and preserving the cultural and historic patrimony of the nation\u2019s different ethnic groups. The museum also serves to guide research, conservation, and technology that are specific to the work of an ethnographic museum. In its planning for the future, the Museum intends to present the cultures and civilizations of other countries of South-East Asia as well as in the region. Back to the city centre. Taking a leisurely cyclo ride though the classic streets of Hanoi\u2019s Old Quarter
Coming to Ha Long you will have a chance to discover the picturesque Ha Long and to discover the beautiful grottoes and islets with different shapes. With 1,969 islands of various sizes, 989 of which have been given names in Ha Long bay such as Dau Go grotto, Thien Cung Grotto, Surprise grotto and so on...., it is really the paradise on earth that waiting for you trip.
12h15: Boarding Huong Hai Junk.
12h45: Start cruising
13h00: Have lunch on board with sea food.
13h30: A fantastic cruise in Ha Long bay, visit Dinh Huong island, Ga Choi island, Dog island, Sail island, visit Thien Cung and
Here you will be attracted by verified productions that make you exciting. Right here our craftsman will guide you how to make or create then you can practice your self, your self made things will be finished and handed to you before the end of your trip in Vietnam. And we prepare some raw products that you can write, draw and sign your name on them and you are sure to get them before the departure. After visit to Chua Dau Ceramic Workshop.
A full day city tour of Vietnam's capital. Hanoi is a unique Asian city with tree-lined boulevards, French colonial architecture, peaceful lakes and oriental temples. The city tour includes such sights as Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum Complex, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Fine Arts Museum, the Temple of Literature, the Lake of the Restored Sword and the Old Quarter by cyclo (one hour). In the evening, enjoy Vietnamese traditional water puppet show.
transfer to Ba Dinh Square, where you will visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum - the final resting place of Vietnamese great father or uncle Ho, his stilt house - where the President lived on and off from 1958 to 1969, and Presidential Palace. The next place is One Pillar Pagoda - a group of structures consisting of a pagoda and a tower built in the middle of a square lake, the Literature Temple \u2013 known as the first University of Vietnam or the Confucianism Temple, then the Fine Art Museum.
My Thieu, whose delicate products are considered symbols of the national civilization and national historical chronicle. But few of them know about Chu Dau Village in Hai Duong Province, which flourished for more than 200 years, but declined in the early 17th century, and now has its ancient products displayed at 46 famous museums worldwide. This traditional ceramic making village with a once glorious history is now under strong revival.
due to the mountainous terrain.
Mai Chau is in a valley just over the biggest hump, about 10 km from the Song Da river and only 150 metres above sea level. The village, nestled between two
towering cliffs and surrounded by emerald green paddies, is an enchanting sight as you wind down the cliff side.
Mai Chau itself presents an idyllic rural valley that could easily charm you into staying longer than intended.
In spring Mai Chau is a bright, almost parrot-green and by autumn this green transforms into golden hues as the rice approaches harvest. Taking the time to watch
these transitions of colour seems like a perfectly useful way to spend your life while in Mai Chau.
Those bemoaning the dearth of truly budget accommodation in Vietnam will be happy to learn that this is one place you can stay for a song. The star attraction
here is a 'home stay' in a stilt house in one of the two ethnic White Thai villages, Ban Pom Coong and Ban Lac. But, it's hardly like trucking into a Karen village in
northern Thailand and staying in the spare room of someone's house.
minority villages such as Muong or Thai. Have lunch in a local restaurant.
The Evening comes up with team work and unitive activities6 such as camp-fire with ethnic dance and enjoy some foods.
O/N in Ha Noi
The 'bare bones' accommodation here is purpose-built to give tourists the 'home stay' experience, while the watchful eye of the government makes sure they have
western toilets, ample bedding, and sometimes even satellite TVs in the common rooms.
Ban Lac is the more developed of the two, and the main drag was packed with tourists and tour buses on our visit, people playing pool at an outdoor billiards table,
and pop music blasting on a sound system somewhere.
But this, surprisingly, does not spoil the fun all that much. The home stay are still run by ethnic minority families who have lived on and worked the land for
generations, and it's heartening to see how the influx of tourist dollars hasn't changed their essential character, which we gauge to be as warm and easy-going as
Driving for a bargain here is a meandering lark through the countryside compared to Hanoi.
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