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Vietnam

TAY NINH

Tay Ninh is in the northwest of Saigon and serves as the headquarters of Caodaism, one of Vietnam's most interesting indigenous religions. The area's dominant geographic feature is Black Lady Mountain and the eastern border is formed by the Saigon River. The Vam Co River flows from Cambodia through the western part of the province.

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BAT TRANG POTTERY VILLAGE

Bat Trang, traditional porcelain and pottery village with history of seven centuries, is an interesting attraction in Hanoi that tourists should not ignore.

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VIETNAM WEATHER

The climate of Vietnam varies considerably from region to region. Although the entire country lies in the tropics and subtropics, local condition varies from frosty winters in the far northern hill to year-round, sub-equatorial warmth in the Mekong Delta.

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VIETNAM OVERVIEW

Most visitors to Vietnam are overwhelmed by the sublime beauty of the country's natural setting: the Red River Delta in the north, the Mekong Delta in the south and almost the entire coastal strip are a patchwork of brilliant green rice paddies tended by women in conical hats.

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VIETNAM LANGUAGE

Some 3,000 years ago, communities of Mon-Khmer and Tay people merged in the northern Red River and Ma River Deltas. These two groups developed a shared language, known as Viet-Muong, which was composed of two main dialects. Lowlanders spoke what was known as the "City" dialect, while people in midland and mountain regions spoke the "Highlanders" dialect.

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MARRIAGE IN VIETNAM

In Vietnam today, there are two distinct groupings as far as the important rite of marriage is concerned. One group is the more modern.

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Laos

LAOS CULTURE

Laos has 49 officially recognized ethnic groups with plenty more small and diverse groups that have their personal traditions, cultures, customs and dialects. However, the vast majority of the people are ethnic Lao (also referred to as Lao Loum) which are the foremost group and the most likely people to be encountered on the Laos tours

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LAOS TRANSPORTATION

Right now, there are no direct flights to Laos from outside of Asia. Most visitors from outside Asia need to fly to Bangkok, and then fly to Vientiane with just one hour and to Luang Prabang with two hours.

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LAOS CLIMATE

As most Southeast Asia countries have a dry and wet climate with three basic seasons, including Laos. When you having a Laos tours, you are usually warm and sunny most of the year

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Cambodia

CAMBODIA FESTIVALS AND EVENTS

The local Cambodian people like to get involved in celebrating a wide range of festivals and special events that include visiting the provinces and sharing time with family and friends. For travellers in the country for the Cambodia family tours, the festival times see a significant increase in travelling and shopping to make certain areas quite busy and congested.

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CAMBODIA OVERVIEW

The majority of travellers on the Cambodia holidays will appreciate the crowning glory in this magnificent Southeast Asian country is the iconic Angkor Wat, but there are plenty of other things to see and do in this quite small country.

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CAMBODIAN CULTURE

The local Cambodian people are quite reserved and aren’t overly appreciative of seeing public displays of affection; the people living in the provinces can be more conservative in their beliefs. Traditionally, the Cambodian women wouldn’t be seen out socially with a member of the opposite sex. But, today, local attitudes are changing and Cambodia is experiencing a more cosmopolitan lifestyle in the cities and towns with a lot of groups of young males and females out together.

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