The world is a book; those who do not travel read only one page. Traditional Handicraft Village? The itinerary will take you to visit Dong Ho Painting Village (to discover its ancient art form of wood block printing) and two of Vietnam’s finest pagodas. If you wish to escape from the hustle, this full-day trip is an ideal choice. https://eleganthanoi.com/hanoi-trip-dau-thap-pagodas-dong-ho-painting-village/ …Read More »
It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop. Incense making, at a local village? Vegetarian lunch in a pagoda? Take a trip back in time as you explore the cultural area of Vietnam’s countryside. Something special to do? Experience the beauty of Hue, on a motorbike ride around the city and on a …Read More »
SINGING LOVE, COMRADESHIP AND LOVE FOR THE HOMELAND – Phan Huynh Dieu: revered musician of Vietnamese revolutionary music.
When love for the homeland it is a major source of inspiration. Its proximity to the Hai Van Pass and the Marble Mountains make it a great place to explore. From the 16th century, this town has steadily grown, becoming a large shipbuilding site in the 19th century. The absolute best things to do in Da Nang? Americans it used …Read More »
WRITE WORDS OF LOVE ON THE WATER – Xuan Quynh: like melting into a hundred small waves, writing poems.
Love’s wave does not find itself, until it reaches the sea. Traditional Handicraft Village? The itinerary will take you to visit Dong Ho Painting Village (to discover its ancient art form of wood block printing) and two of Vietnam’s finest pagodas. If you wish to escape from the hustle, this full-day trip is an ideal choice. https://eleganthanoi.com/hanoi-trip-dau-thap-pagodas-dong-ho-painting-village/ Taste of Halong …Read More »
IMPRESSIONIST DEPICTIONS OF PEOPLE AND FLOWERS – Le Pho, a stunning combination of delicate Asian artistry and contemporary Western art.
Painting on canvas, emulating the delicate surface texture, while painting on silk. It is a memorial to one of Vietnam’s most beloved revolutionary leaders. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum stands at the site where Ho Chi Minh read the country’s Declaration of Independence. The three days itinerary is perfect. You will have enough time also to take a stroll through …Read More »