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Vietnamese people are proud of their traditional attire, an Ao dai with a turban, not unlike the Japanese with their kimono and the French with their smart suit. The combo of Ao dai and turban make the wearer look serious and elegant and it is usually worn at festivals and ceremonies.
People who attended the Craft Village Festival 2009 at Thuong Bac Park, in the former imperial city of Hue, could not hide their surprise at a sophisticated bird cage donned with the special name Thap Nhi Hoa Giap Quan Tien (Twelve Flowers with Fairies) which made people feel as if they were in a fairyland.
Once visiting Hau Giang Province, home to endless rice fields and canals entangled with boats, tourists should visit Vi Thanh Commune to let the soul drift with the ships and boats on the stream along Xa No Canal.
For the New Year’s Festival, people not only prepare traditional dishes and fruit as offering to ancestors and but also buy flowers and ornamental plants to decorate their houses. The atmosphere of Tet is clearly shown by the early flower markets.
When Spring arrives, Tay Bac (the entire north-western region of Vietnam) seems to be awaken after a long sleep with peach and Ban flowers blooming. It becomes more bustling and animated with traditional festivals and markets of the ethnic groups, attracting many visitors both at home and abroad.
It is called “floating market” for an obvious reason. On a vast and boundless water surface, hundreds of boats, big and small, gather together and create a floating place for trading activities. The market is on all day, but is most spirited in the early morning. Boats of different sizes and shapes thread their way along the waterway in an atmosphere of truly high-spirited, fun filled, yet businesslike purchasing and bargaining, sellers and buyers bellowing over the noisy boat engines.
People may be amazed when seeing a little girl in a red neckerchief, Phung Thi Trinh, leading a group of foreign tourists through the ruins of the Cham religious site of My Son, a World Cultural Heritage Site in Duy Xuyen District, in the central province of Quang Nam.
led on the peak of a small hill in the center of the central coast city of Nha Trang, Chanh Toa Church, or Nui (Mountain) Church, is an imposing architecture, standing superbly under the endless sky and above the ocean.
Vung Tau City is well known for its beaches such as Front Beach and Back Beach. Vung Tau is also known for its old pagodas where tourists can admire beautiful architecture and enjoy tranquility.
Once visiting Hau Giang Province, home to endless rice fields and canals entangled with boats, tourists should visit Vi Thanh Commune to let the soul drift with the ships and boats on the stream along Xa No Canal.

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