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Full Moon Night in Hoi An

As cities and towns everywhere are losing their moonlight by high-rise buildings and artificial light, the moonlight is still intact in the old town of Hoi An. Moonlight makes Hoi An old town more beautiful, shimmering and more romantic… Once a month, on the 14th night of the lunar month, Hoi An old town becomes more sparkling with a full moon night festival. From 16.00, the roads along the Hoai River and the Old Quarter have banned traffic, and from 18.00, lanterns have been lit, Hoi An goes to Full moon night festival. TRAFFIC BANNED, ELECTRIC LIGHTS TURNED OFF, HOI AN STARTS THE FULL MOON NIGHTFull moon night in Hoi An In Hoi An, it seems that the moonlight shines every corner. There are no tall buildings obscured, no bright lights advertising, watching the moon in the ancient town of Hoi An extremely interesting. If you travel to Da Nang or Hoi An this occasion you should not miss the chance to immerse in the full moon night of Hoi An old town. THE FESTIVAL TAKES PLACE ALONG THE HO…

Ba Be Lake - Primitive Natural Beauty

The northeast region of Vietnam has been famous for its primitive natural beauty where there are lots of amazing and attractive places without the interference of human beings. If you are in need of finding somewhere charming and peaceful, you would fall in love with Ba Be Lake. Let’s find out how awesome it is by having a look at some brief information.

Ba Be Lake is the largest natural lake locating in Ba Be District, Bac Kan Province in the northeast are of Vietnam (about 200km from Hanoi). Having been formed approximately 200 million years ago, Ba Be lake is surrounded by limestone cliffs, which in turn are covered by primary forests. The lake comprises three zones named Pe Lam, Pe Lu, and Pe Leng. Three rivers, named Nang, Ta Han, and Nam Cuong, are the main inflows of the lake. The Nang river enters the lake through a large waterfall called Dau Dang. In the lake there are also three islands, named An Ma, Khau Cum, and Po Gia Mai (literally “Widow’s Island”).

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Son Tra Peninsula Da Nang

Son Tra is a beautiful peninsula with long, white sandy beaches, picturesque landscapes and primeval forests – a must-see for any traveler to Da Nang. Also explore the historical site and panoramic view on its summit, indulge ourselves into the forests, to immerse into the spectacular natural with many surprises and enjoyment. See below for things to do in Son Tra peninsula in Da Nang.

Marvel at the decorative Linh Ung Pagoda
Son Tra Quan Am (Son Tra Goddess of Mercy) is the in-official symbol of Danang city, similar to the Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Unveiled from July 2010 at Linh Ung – Bai But Pagoda, Quan Am statue and Linh Ung pagoda is is now known as one of the most significant pilgrimage destinations for Buddhists in Vietnam.
The Quan Am statue is 69.7 meters height and positioned on a lotus shaped platform which is 35 meters in diameter. There are 17 stories built inside the statue. Each storey has 21 Buddha idols. It toke 6 years to build the statue, …