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I spent five days in a freezing mist up in Khe Sanh, drinking coffee and eating at the same rice shack every day. It occurred to me to stay there forever and open a place called The Fireplace that served hot tea and nothing else over an open fire.
The men and women of the H’Mong ethnic group in Vietnam’s northern highlands slap each other’s asses as a means of courtship at spring festivals.
On the occasion of launching its new route connecting Ho Chi Minh City and the Central Highlands resort town of Da Lat, VietJetAir is offering 30,000 tickets from just VND 22,000 (US$1.04).
Tho Ha in the northern province of Bac Giang was once famous for its pottery, but now is better known for its original look and delicious rice crackers
A rare specialty from central Vietnam is worth checking out if you visit Phu Yen, but if you can’t, you can order some online