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Picking your favorite traditional Vietnamese souvenirs is the way of fulfilling your travel experiences. But more than that, gifting those is also a way of spreading our Vietnamese greetings to your loved ones.

Coffee & Phin

Vietnamese coffee. Photo by Courtesy Of Coffeeholic House

Vietnam is the world’s second-biggest coffee exporting country, especially robusta beans. Thus buying coffee in Vietnam is a wise choice and also an act of showing your appreciation to Vietnamese farmers, and our coffee beans.

Locals have a distinguishable way of brewing coffee using Phin, then enjoy the dense coffee liquid with condensed milk. Once you’ve tasted the thick texture and rich flavor of Vietnamese coffee, you couldn’t shake it out of your mind. So better buy some coffee and a Phin to enjoy it at home, every time you miss the taste of Vietnam.

You can buy quality Vietnamese coffee beans from brands that have good sourcing from central highland Vietnam:

La Viet Coffee


Son Pacamara Roastery

Address: 20C Hoang Van Thu, Ward 4, Dalat, Vietnam

K’Ho Coffee

Address: Lat, Lac Duong District, Lam Dong, Vietnam

Delicious souvenirs

There are so many nurturing and delicious foods made from local goodness. However, if you want to buy things that have a long shelf life, are packable and convenient, consider those options:

Cốm- green rice flake/ green rice flake cake

Packed inside all the scents of the paddy fields, the fresh milk, and sweet autumn dew, Cốm or green rice flakes is the seasonal specialty of Ha Noi. If you want to buy the tastiest and freshest ones, visit Vong Village (located in the suburb of Hanoi) during autumn, around October to November.

Taking a morning stroll along the streets of Hanoi Old Quarter, you might come across food vendors with their bamboo shoulder poles and amazingly tasty Cốm from Vong Village.

You can also buy Cốm in Hanoi’s center, at one of the places below:

Banh Com Nguyen Ninh

Address: 11 Hang Than, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

Com Vong Ha Noi

Address: 36/ 63 Xuan Thuy, Cau Giay, Ha Noi

Ô Mai – salted dried fruits

Visiting Hanoi, you should not skip these tasty snacks made from dried fruits such as apricot, plum, dracontomelon marinated with salt, chili, spices, and sugars. You can buy this in almost every grocery and supermarket within the city.

Or you can choose to buy from one of the shops below:

O Mai Hong Lam


11 Hang Duong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

127 Doi Can, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

O Mai Tien Thinh

Address:  21 Hang Duong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Coconut candy

Coconut candies are among the most popular sweets in Vietnam, which is why you can get those in most department stores, groceries, or supermarkets.

This sweet’s origin is Ben Tre, the most extensive coconut growing region in Vietnam. You can travel the land and buy more coconut products such as Coconut Caramel, Vietnamese desiccated coconut flakes, Vietnamese banana rice paper, Mỹ Lồng coconut rice paper.

Tribal Textiles/Brocade

There are diverse ethnic communities in North and Southwest Vietnam that have a long history of handcrafted textiles. Each tribe has unique materials, patterns, and techniques for making their traditional ones. Listed as exquisite luxury items, it’s a valuable gift even to Vietnamese people. It’s best to travel to North Vietnam (in Ha Giang or Sapa) or Southwest Vietnam (An Giang) to buy brocade at their origins.

H’Mong’s traditional textiles. Photo by Lee Vue/Unsplash

Van Giao brocade village

Address: Tinh Bien, An Giang Province, Vietnam

Ta Phin Village

Address: Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam

Can Cau Market:

Address: ĐT153, Can Cau, Si Ma Cai, Lao Cai, Vietnam


Hanoi and Hoi An can offer the finest silk in the entire country. Hoi An was once a bustling commercial town on the legendary Silkroad, while in Hanoi Old Quarter, Hang Gai street has a long history of making high-quality silk products.

Hang Gai Street (or Silk Street)

Address: Hang Gai, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Metiseko Hoi An

Address: 142 Tran Phu, Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An Silk Village

Address: 28 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Hoi An, Vietnam

Ceramic & Pottery Products

Spread across the country are traditional villages making unique pottery and ceramic products. The most ancient one is Bat Trang village, located only 20km away from Hanoi’s center, with more than 1000 years of making pottery. In the northern region, Phu Lang Village is also a place worth visiting to buy red-clay pottery, while most Bat Trang products are made from white clay.

Central Vietnam has Thanh Ha village located right in Hoi An town. This place once exported its products to Japan, China, and Spain via the Hoi An Trading Port during the 17th and 18th centuries.

Pottery from Bau Truc Village. Photo by Vietnamdiscovery

To the south of Hoi An, Bau Truc is the next pottery village worth visiting due to Cham’s culture displayed in its products. Villagers need no turntables to shape the pottery – they only rely on their skillful hands. The final product retains its material’s natural color of red gold, rosy red, or black-gray with distinct brown patterns because of the six-hour burn in furnaces.

Bat Trang pottery village market

Address: Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam

Phu Lang pottery village

Address: Doan Ket, Que Vo District, Bac Ninh, Vietnam

Thanh Ha Pottery Village

Address: Pham Phan, Thanh Ha, Hoi An, Vietnam

Bàu Trúc Pottery Village

Address: Street 7, Ninh Phuoc, Ninh Thuan, Vietnam

Paintings and Postcards on Dó Paper

The making of woodcut prints for Dong Ho paintings. Photo by Vietnam Pictorial

The beauty of this gift lies in the exotic paper material from the local Dó tree of North Vietnam. The making process is complex and can take up to three months to finish.

Combining with the sophisticated Dong Ho folk woodcut painting technique, the gift is an absolute artwork of the finest creative traditions in Vietnam.

Tranh Dong Ho-Nguyen Huu Qua Artist

Address: Dong Khe, Song Ho, Thuan Thanh, Bac Ninh, Vietnam

Conical Hat

Anywhere in this country, you can buy the traditional conical hat. However, they will look slightly different depending ontheir place of origin. They are primarily made from palm leaves, the bark of the Moc tree (a type of palm tree, also known as Caryota mitis), and bamboo. Conical hat’s function is to protect farmers from any weather conditions. The most widely known origin places of conical hats are Chuong Village, located in Hanoi, and Tay Ho Village in Hue, which is known for its famous poem conical hat (“Non bai tho” in Vietnamese – you can see the patterns and poems that have been skillfully weaved in when light shines through it).

Handcrafting conical hats. Photo by Hoang Dinh/Unsplash

Chuong Village

Address: Lang Chuong street, Phuong Trung, Thanh Oai, Hanoi

Tay Ho Village

Address: Tay Ho village, Phu Ho, Phu Vang, Hue

Ao Dai

Hue’s woman in silk Ao Dai. Photo by Tuan NA

Being a national dress of Vietnam, Ao Dai carries a long and rich cultural value, thus making it a perfect gift to bring home. Although it’s more common for women to wear Ao Dai, both men and women can wear them.

The two best-known places with a long tradition of wearing and making Ao Dai are Hanoi and Hue. Hanoi has been the capital of Vietnam, while Hue used to be the citadel of many thriving dynasties.

You can pick the fabric for Ao Dai in almost every central market of big cities like Hanoi, Hue, Da Nang, HCMC or go to famous tailor shops within your traveling destinations. Here are the best Ao dai’s tailors in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City:

Ha Noi:

Ao Dai Minh Duc

Address: 41 Dang Tien Dong, Trung Liet, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam

Van Phuc Silk Trade Village

Address: Van Phuc Village, Ha Dong,  Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh City:

Ao Dai Lien Huong

Address: 111 Pasteur, Ward 8, District 3

Ao Dai Minh Khoa

Address: 39 Dong Khoi Street, District 1

Vietnamese Embroidery

The creation of delicate handmade embroidery requires skillful hands, deep focus, and a lot of time. Thus depending on the region of origin,  the theme of art varies from traditional patterns, cultural symbols, to nature-inspired designs. You can buy embroidery clothes (or Ao Dai), embroidery paintings, or accessories such as fabric wallets, purses, handkerchiefs, or scarves, etc.

Tanmy Design

Address: 61 Hàng Gai, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội

Calligraphy (ThưPháp)

Vietnamese calligraphy is most often takes place before and during Tet. The artists will write down the positive words that people wish for in order to have good luck and fortune for the new year. Calligraphy can also be a good gift to family or friends on special occasions such as housewarmings or inaugurations.  

Here are the best places to order your calligraphy:

Thu phap Thanh Phong

29 Le Van Hien, Dong Ngac, Tu Liem, Hanoi, Vietnam

Thu phap Van Minh

Address: 120/29/5B6 Thich Quang Duc, Ward 4, Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh City

Thu phap Dang Tam

Address: 18a1 on street number 35, Ward 7, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Collecting souvenirs that bear cultural values is a pure joy of bringing some of the most delicate pieces of the land home to your family or friends!

Let’s plan your trip to Vietnam as soon as possible and save your luggage space for the lovely Vietnamese traditional souvenirs.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Hải Yến

Từ khoá: 10 recommended traditional Vietnamese souvenirs

What To Eat In Hanoi: 10 Hidden Specialities Recommended By A Local

“No Pho, no Banh Mi” – My rule when it comes to discovering what to eat in chúng tôi upon a time, you would look to a banh mi or pho for a cheap and basic eat. Now they are stuffed with an odd fusion of ingredients with higher prices to match. As their quality declined, other foods; from rice paper rolls to traditional desserts, have filled the gap in Vietnamese cuisine. These hidden local food typically present a lively combination of inexpensive ingredients, producing a balance of different and contrasting tastes. If you visit Hanoi and look for a culinary discover? Why don’t you join Hanoi food quest with Inspitrip?

1. Xoi

Xoi xeo

Xoi, or stick rice, normally sold by street vendors along the sidewalks in the early morning, offers you a good way to kick start the day in local fashion. Heavy on the plain rice, xoi might be a little stodgy. Nonetheless, laced with crunchy fried shallots and a variety of toppings (which depends on your choice) such as pate, chicken, Vietnamese ham, or fried eggs and pickled cucumber, xoi is alive with tongue-wagging flavours. Where to eat: The only thing to do is to count out the equivalence of 20 cents or 5,000VND and find your way to No. 44 Hang Hom Street in Old Quarter, joining a queue of locals at 6AM to opt for an authentic Hanoi food experience as your breakfast choice. Or head to Xoi Cat Lam at No. 24 Duong Thanh Street if you crave for fleshier toppings.

2. Banh Cuon

Banh cuon

Banh cuon, one of the definitive Northern Vietnamese food, is rice-flour pancakes (or some even call Vietnamese ravioli) stuffed with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms. Banh cuon is traditionally served with cha que (Vietnamese ham seasoned with cinnamon powder) dipped in the fish sauce and fried shallots, creating a contrast of flavour: light and rich, silky and crispy.

Banh cuon Thanh Tri

Where to eat: An order of banh cuon is about 25,000VND at Banh cuon Ba Hanh (No.26B Tho Xuong Street), where you even can make your own dish. You also can find another version of banh cuon – Banh cuon Thanh Tri (which originally comes from a northern village of Thanh Tri).  Although banh cuon Thanh Tri are plain rice sheets, the flavour is completely lifted with the dipping sauce and its distinctively fried pork roll. Drop yourself at Banh cuon Ba Hoanh (No. 66 To Hien Thanh Street) if you are thinking of a heavy lunch.

3. Bun Thang

Bun thang

Bun thang (rice vermicelli), is another traditional food that excellences at making a lot from little by combining different layers of toppings: thin strips of fried egg and Vietnamese pork roll, shredded chicken, mushroom, onions, Vietnamese coriander and an essential flavouring of shrimp paste. The dish is one of the Hanoi authentic foodserved during the last days of Tet (Vietnamese New Year holiday) and cooked with all of the leftovers, which explains why it has such various toppings. “Thang” is normally referred as traditional medicine which also comprises a range of ingredients. Where to eat: Despite its omnipresence all over Old Quarter, I have my most favourite bun thang at Quan Cu (31A Phan Dinh Phung Street) where it especially is served with pickled daikon and salted egg.

4. Banh Tom, Banh Goi, Ha Cao Chien

Banh tom (shrimp dumpling)

Banh tom (shrimp cakes), banh goi (pillow-shape dumplings) and ha cao chien (deep-fried Chinese-style dumplings) are my special food in Vietnam when autumn breezes and the winter come. While banh tom is a little different from the other two, made with shrimps and an add-on of grated sweet potatoes, banh goi and ha cao chien are normally stuffed with pork, mushroom, glass noodles and onions. They are all deep-fried and best served in the dipping sauces with some herbs.

Banh goi (pillow-shape dumpling)

Where to eat: To enjoy a mix of three, head to No.57A Hang Bo Street from 3-5PM and find yourself a seat on the payment with a bunch of locals whom I’m pretty sure sneak out of the office for hot and crispy bites in the frozen weather.

5. Banh Duc

Banh duc

Banh duc is also another amazing winter staple, made from a blend of sticky rice flour and water. The mixture is then stirred until it forms a thick glutinous mass, eaten with minced pork, wood ear mushrooms, fried tofu, herbs and a topping of fried shallots. However, the key to make a tender taste of banh duc lies on the dipping fish sauce which requires a balance of sweetness and saltiness to harmonise other toppings. Where to eat: Find your way to the hidden alley 8B Le Ngoc Han Street to enjoy one of the best banh duc in town.

6. Bun Dau Mam Tom

Bun dau mam tom

Mam tom (fermented shrimp paste) should be Vietnamese pride, either because its smell and taste is notoriously distinctive or let’s say, the foreigners find it too hard to digest that they have no attempt at bringing this Hanoi authentic food recipe back home! To create the best sauce, mam tom is blended with kumquat or lime, sugar and chili peppers, creating an ultimate balance of salty, sweet, sour and spicy. Normally, mam tom can be substituted with nuoc mam (the fish sauce) or xi dau (the soy sauce). Together with bun, the dish comes with an array of toppings: fried tofu, fried spring rolls, cha com (fried Vietnamese ham mixed with green rice flakes), thinly-sliced boiled pork and fried pork intestine. Where to eat: Bun dau at No.5 Ma May is a must-try spot as it meets the only essential requirement: the deep fried tofu must have crusty cover and be crispy inside.

7. Banh Xeo

Banh xeo

The rice-powder crepe is named after the sound of batter poured in the pan (“xeo”). It is gilded with turmeric and filled with shrimps, bean sprouts and thinly sliced pork. You can wrap banh xeo in the rice paper roll with different types of raw vegetables, forming a balanced blend of hot and cold. Where to eat: The best version in Hanoi is at Banh xeo Sau Phuoc (Alley 3 Ham Long Street) where banh xeo is seared in a small pan until it turns crispy but not too oily. Mr. Sau Phuoc, the former magician grown up in a southern province decided to add green mustards to the wide range of vegetables, creating a subtle difference but entirely lifting the flavour of banh xeo, one of the Vietnamese traditional foods.

8. Bun Cha

Bun cha

9. Com Binh Dan

Com binh dan

During the buzzing weekdays, com binh dan (literally means ‘the people’s food) provides workers and office employees a no-frills lunch favourite. Offering a buffet-like lowly street style, it’s a bargain worker’s meal served with rice and a wide range of Vietnamese dishes such as fried tofu in tomato sauce, fried eggs, boiled and stir-fried vegetables, fish, braised pork belly… and a bowl of broth. Basically you just point at what dish you want and the server will place them on your plate. The point is you can get a heavy lunch at the cost of less than one dollar. Where to eat: Com binh dan is everywhere in Hanoi. However, you can find a more upscale meal at New Day (No.72 Ma May Street) with the same choices but more quality.

10. Che

Dumpling sweet soup

To have a full picture of what che is, the literal meaning of Vietnamese desserts is certainly not enough. It can be a mixture of different fruits and yogurt, or a blend of coconut milk with fruit-flavour jellies and pearl-shape tapioca. Che can be varied from being icy to being juicy or hot. Where to eat: To enjoy a variety of traditional che, head to Quan che Muoi Sau (at No.16 Ngo Thi Nham Street). Don’t forget to try banh troi tau (sweet sesame dumplings), com xao dua (green rice flakes stir-fried with coconut) and xoi che (the mixture of rice and mung beans) – the most popular and traditional versions of che in Hanoi.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Dung

Từ khoá: What to eat in Hanoi: 10 hidden specialities recommended by a local

4 Trendy Mango Snacks That Make Vietnamese People Fall In Love

Mango is not only enjoyed as a common fruit but also used for many other attractive dishes that make young people fall in love. Let’s take a look at the dishes made from mango!

1. Mango sticky rice

Mango sticky rice is a dessert originating from Thailand, with a sweet taste and an extremely delicious combination of sticky rice and mango, this dish has been brought to Vietnam and attracts gourmets. The fragrant sticky rice, fresh coconut and sweet and fatty dry coconut add pieces of fresh, juicy and sweet yellow mango that blend very well. Sticky rice has always been a street food to save hunger every morning in a hurry but it is easy to get bored. Now, sticky rice with mango is like a new wind that breathes life into the diversity of the country’s cuisine.

The green color of sticky rice and the yellow color of mango is eye-catching. Photo: @bachuaviahe

Mango sticky rice is definitely a favorite dish for those who are passionate about sweets and fatty foods. With only very simple ingredients, mango sticky rice brings an impressive dessert flavor. Mango sticky rice is famous and attracts young people, especially in Saigon. You can go to Mango’s Story store on Su Van Hanh Street (District 10), Thai restaurants or online shops… to enjoy this dish.

Two different ways to eat mango sticky rice. Photo: @eatwden

2. Mango Bingsu

With the cold winter yet to come, eating bingsu in the autumn weather is still an ideal choice. And hurry up and eat mango bingsu right away, you won’t want to scoop up spoons of shaved ice while your mouth is still chattering from the cold, right? A big bowl of mango bingsu will have cool shaved ice, a delicious and succulent “mountain” of fresh mangoes that bite your teeth, and a layer of sweet, dark yellow mango sauce on top.

Iridescent mango bingsu mountain. Photo: @duongvux_

Depending on the restaurant and how you choose toppings for your bowl of bingsu, mango bingsu can also add whipped cream, almonds, cocoa powder, fresh milk, etc. Just go to Instagram and search for the term bingsu. mango, you will be introduced to a variety of bingsu bars that correspond to where you live.

The mango bingsu bowl has many unique toppings. Photo: Saostar

In addition to the dishes mentioned above, there are many other mango dishes such as mango toast, mango smoothie, mango shake, etc. with the same quality and appeal to young people. If you are a lover of sweets and like mango, then invite your friends to eat all the dishes made from mango, this vitamin-rich fruit will not disappoint you.

3. Mango macchiato tea

The fruit with a harmonious sweet and sour taste like mango is extremely “favored” in the menus of milk tea shops, such as: mango cheese cream tea, royal mango tea, fresh mango tea,…but the highest peak and burnt Ordered goods are called “mocchiato mango tea”. When you combine the flavor of mango with a rich layer of macchiato, your cup of tea will have a sweet, slightly bitter, and very poetic taste. The dark yellow color of the tea covers each piece of fresh yellow mango, the top is covered with a smooth white macchiato foam, and finally a layer of brown coffee powder.

The Coffee House’s macchiato mango tea. Photo: @ansapsaigon

In addition to The Coffee House, there are many other milk tea brands that have macchiato mango tea such as Heytea, Royal Tea, Heekcaa, Too Cha, etc. On average, each cup of tea will cost from 50,000 VND to 60,000 VND, you should Order on food apps to buy at a special sale price.

Heytea’s mango macchiato tea. Photo: @hungbely

4. Mango milk tea

Referring to mango tea, it is impossible to forget mango milk tea, with this “brother”, the mango taste will be lighter because the taste of milk and the artificial sweetness from sugar will partially drown out the natural flavor of mango. Mango always makes diners feel delicious, delicious to the eyes, the eye-catching color of brilliant yellow makes the cup of milk tea in hand become more eye-catching than ever.

Mango milk tea is available in most milk tea brands. Photo: Gong Cha

Mango milk tea sold out is not inferior to mango tea when Gong Cha, Share Tea, DingTea, RoyalTea, Toco Toco, .. have this milk tea. In addition to traditional toppings such as buffalo feet, cream cheese, customers can also add mango pieces to enhance the mango flavor in their mouths.

Đăng bởi: Hằng Đặng

Từ khoá: 4 trendy mango snacks that make Vietnamese people fall in love

Tran Quoc Pagoda: How To Explore The Cultural Symbol Of Vietnamese Buddhism

Known as the Buddhist center of Thang Long citadel during the Ly and Tran dynasties with historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda attracts many Buddhists, visitors, and both domestic and international tourists. In 2024, the Daily Mail (UK) listed Tran Quoc, the oldest temple in Hanoi at over 1,500 years old, in Top 16 most beautiful temples in the world. Tran Quoc pagoda is a must-see destination when visiting Hanoi.

History of Tran Quoc Pagoda

Tran Quoc pagoda has been the symbol of Buddhism in Hanoi for over 1,500 years of ups and downs

The pagoda was built during the reign of Ly Nam Đe (541 – 547), and first beared the name “Khai Quốc”(開国 meaning “to start to build the country”) . The pagoda was erected in the Yen Hoa village (nowadays renamed Yen Phu) on the Red River’s bank.- During the reign of Le Thai Tong (1440 – 1442), it was referred to as An Quoc Pagoda. (安国 meaning “to keep the peace in the country”)- By the reign of Le Kinh Tong (1600 – 1618), the pagoda was relocated to a small island in West Lake (Kim Ngu, or Goldfish Island) due to erosion of the river bank, and remains located there today. The Ly kings built the Thuy Hoa palace and the Tran kings built the Han Nguyen temple to use as a place to relax and watch fishing boat races.- During the reign of Le Hy Tong (1680 – 1705), the pagoda was renamed once more, as Tran Quoc (鎭國 meaning “to guard the country”)- During the reign of Le Than Tong (1619 – 1643), people in Yen Phu and Yen Quang villages built Co Ngu dam (today known as Thanh Nien street) across the West Lake (now Truc Bach lake) and constructed a road from the Ngoc Ngu dam to the pagoda. The temple was renovated in 1624 and 1628. By 1639, the backstage, the gates, the corridors on the left and right were built with a large scale and subtle carvings.

Although Tran Quoc has been restored many times,it still retains an ancient mystique in its construction.

– During the reign of Gia Long 14 (1815), a new bell and statue were added to the Tran Quoc pagoda for worship.- In 1821 King Minh Mang traveled to Bac Thanh to visit the pagoda,  donating 20 tael of silver to the repair and maintenance of the site.- In 1842 King Thieu Tri also visited the pagoda, and renamed the temple Tran Bac (鎭北 meaning “to guard the North). However, it’s still more widely known as Tran Quoc Pagoda.

Landscape and architecture of Tran Quoc Pagoda

During the Hai Ba Trung period (40 – 43), the area around the West Lake was very sparsely populated with small and medium caves hidden in forest, where rare species of animals resided.

Renowned for its sacredness and magnificent scenery, Tran Quoc Pagoda was often the place where kings would visit to worship on full moon days or during Tet holiday. Especially during the Ly and Tran dynasties, many palaces were built here simply for the relaxation of the king, such as Thuy Hoa and Ham Nguyen chúng tôi lords of Trinh turned this place into a royal step-over place (the residence of the king when stepping down from kingship). However, at the end of the Trinh Lords, King Le Chieu Thong ordered the burning of all sites built by Lord Trinh. Thanks to the protection of the people in the ward, Le’s soldiers only burned rooms built on rafts around the temple for the eunuchs and maids, while the temple itself remained intact.

At the temple, visitors can pray to the Buddha while also enjoying an atmosphere of harmony created by the art, featuring thousands of years of Vietnamese symbols.

Like most of temples in Vietnam, the structure and interior of Tran Quoc Pagoda are arranged in strict accordance with Buddhist principles. Consisting of several houses and three main houses, including Tien Duong (The forecourt), Thuong Dien (The front-worshipping room), Nha thieu huong (The incense burning house), all connected in the shape of the word “Cong” (工).Gac Chuong (The steeple) is behind the front-worshipping room. The steeple is a three-story house with a matched roof, located on the road to the main hall.

The ancestral home is on the left and the tombstone house is directly to the right of the temple.

The pagoda’s campus features Bao Thap Luc Do Dai Sen (The Precious Stupa), which was built in 1998. Each floor has six arched doorways with a statue of Buddha Amitabha made of precious stones. The top of the tower has a nine-story lotus called the Cuu Pham Lien Hoan.

The Precious Stupa has 11 floors and is 15m in height

The stupa was built symmetrically with the great bodhi tree donated by the President of India when he visited Hanoi in 1959. This bodhi tree is the first descendant of the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, where the Buddha was fully enlightened after 49 days of meditation. Over 2500 years, the Bodhi Tree is still beautiful with shiny green leaves, attracting millions of visitors from all over the world.

The mark of religion and history

This ancient temple still preserves a lot of valuable objects such as statues worship in the upper room. These statues are meticulously crafted, carefully elaborated to have their own unique features. The statue of Shakyamuni entering Nirvana, the most remarkable Buddhism symbol,  is considered as the most beautiful Nirvana statue in Vietnam.

How to get to Tran Quoc Pagoda?

Tran Quoc Pagoda is located on Thanh Nien Street, on the side of West Lake.

It takes about 15 to 20 minutes by car from the center of Hanoi, about 4km. Unfortunately, It is not easy to use the bus to get there. Although the bus stop is in front of the pagoda’s gate, local people find it difficult to use this public transport because the route requires two buses. Taking a taxi or Uber might be the easiest way to visit the spiritual pagoda. However, visiting the pagoda on your own means you might miss numerous insights about Tran Quoc pagoda. Another option: You can take a motorcycle to this historic and religious pagoda with Inspitrip’s local guides, who can provide tons of interesting facts not only about the pagoda or other famous places but also about Hanoi and its culture. The tour guides will also take care of your group, especially your stomachs with best foods of the citadel. Now, download the map of Hanoi Old Quarter including things to do and what to eat for your trip here: Link

Đăng bởi: Duyên Trần

Từ khoá: Tran Quoc Pagoda: How to explore the cultural symbol of Vietnamese Buddhism

New Travel Style Of Vietnamese Family: Traveling With Children All Over The Country

Self-sufficient travel is now becoming one of the trends of the past few years. This is considered a new style of travel, despite many difficulties, more and more families are choosing. Without going on a tour or any specific schedule, families who are passionate about travel will wander around the country with their children.

The journey on the car traveling everywhere of the small family

As travel enthusiasts, Ms. Nguyen Ha My (29 years old, living in Dak Lak) and her husband Doan Nguyen Duy Tan (30 years old) and their son Kin (3 years old) went everywhere to enjoy nature together. nature to the fullest extent.

My family has a small, beautiful Vanlife car. With a passion for going out, like to sleep in the dust, the young mother still arranges neatly and is comfortable enough for the days she likes to roam. Every time they go out for a long time, the couple never has a plan, sitting naturally wanting to go somewhere, then decided to go out tonight and then the whole family packed their things in their suitcases and left tomorrow morning.

Sometimes life is too stressful, so let yourself be a little lazy, so that you can realize what we are here for now!”, My sister confided.

Besides, when asked if such a life is lonely, the young mother confided that she enjoyed such a life, roaming everywhere without thinking too much about anything. Meeting many friends that if not for this trip, I would never have met in real life.

“Instead of making a car from time to time to travel and then come back, I choose to live in the car and up to this point it has been almost 2 years. This car has one meaning to me: Leaving the city stuffy, leave boring work, go where you want, a happy journey, a life worth living.

For me, experience is different from enjoyment. Your life is an experience, so it is imperative to adapt well, the important thing is do you want it or not? Can you stand the sweltering heat of summer and the cold of winter?

Road trip through 1/3 of Vietnam for the first time in life with a baby

Not liking being tied to tours, Tran Hang (who lives in Hanoi) also decided to take the whole family to explore Vietnam by her own car. A 7 day 6 night trip with many emotions, helping the whole family bond together.

With self-sufficient trips like this, each family will have its own lifestyle. However, the most important thing is still to prepare everything so that the trip is successful and good.

According to Ms. Hang’s experience, some indispensable items to prepare for the baby are: Baby car seat; Cart; Clothing and accessories; Toy; Teddy bear to sleep in; Milk, diapers; Snacks of all kinds; Shower gel; Raincoats, hats; Entertainment programs for children.

Fun-filled self-guided tour of a small family

Because going to be self-sufficient, there are the following things parents should know to ensure the safety of the whole family:

Your baby may not need to eat so much. If your baby refuses to eat, don’t force him to eat. Just drink enough water, including filtered water, milk, yogurt, soup…, in general, liquid foods/drinks.

– At the overnight stays, try to wash the baby clean and change into new clothes. This approach partly helps limit the possibility of virus infection from surrounding sources (if any).

– Parents, remember to prepare full vehicle documents, driver’s license, cash and absolutely comply with traffic safety. Take the car for a thorough check before departure.

– Prepare a list of hospitals with emergency phone numbers in case you need them.

– Prepare basic tools such as car pump or spare tire. Regularly check the tires after every day of travel.

The trip is more than 2000km long to see the majestic mountains of the East-Northwest region

Mr. Phan Hong Son (Hanoi) and his family made a bold trip. It is a self-sufficient backpacking trip by car through all the Northeast and Northwest provinces. This trip lasts 8 days and 7 nights. Every night his family sleeps in a province. The journey his family has gone through is more than 2000km long.

Because of the long trip, the weather during the travel days is very important. Especially mountain tourism. The spring trip of Mr. Son’s family also encountered many difficulties when the temperature was always very low, from -1 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius. Fortunately, it didn’t rain. Therefore, before traveling, people need to carefully study the weather to prepare appropriate clothes.

The young father proudly said: “It’s so beautiful. Only going to know the majesty of Vietnam’s mountains and rivers. The children can see the majestic mountains of Vietnam with their own eyes. Not only that, but they also enjoy many dishes. local specialties, explore the culture of many ethnic groups in the northern mountainous region. After this trip, I feel that my child is more mature and independent. There are also destinations where sloths walk. Train them by “baiting” them with ice cream. If they go all the way this way, they will be able to eat ice cream to their heart’s content. So the two of them go out for a walk. Especially through this trip, our family has more harmony and love. each other more”.

Why is the trend of bringing families to travel by car to the throne?

– Feel free to explore the journey: A personal car trip gives your family the initiative in time. If traveling by plane or train, you will have to arrive 1-2 hours early to complete the prescribed procedures. Meanwhile, traveling by private car will help you and your family be proactive about departure time, shortening the waiting time.

– Travel safely, protect yourself from the risk of disease: In the context of the epidemic, traveling to the suburbs by private car will help the whole family limit the risk of disease transmission from public transport. , and at the same time show a sense of community protection and self-protection.

– Let your children experience new things: Going by car, you can stop in a vast green meadow, or let the children stop by a clear stream or play with a flock of sheep with grass. These experiences are only available by car.

What should be done to face difficulties when a family with young children is traveling on their own?

– To make the trip with the children, the sisters should prepare mentally and talk to the children, that the trip will not be accompanied by a father or other adult, the father or mother needs to focus on driving. car, so the children need to cooperate and help their parents.

– The whole family needs to get enough sleep the night before, so that the next morning has a fresh spirit to prepare for the trip.

– Some necessary “contact” in the place you are going or of those who have gone and “reviewed”. Ideally, families should avoid areas that are too remote because the safety of their children is paramount.

Đăng bởi: Hồng Nụ Phạm

Từ khoá: New travel style of Vietnamese family: Traveling with children all over the country

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Cô gái ấy đã thật sự lớn rồi, lớn những dịu dàng và lớn những ưu tư. Cô gái ấy đang ngồi viết ra những dòng này như gửi lời của mình muốn nói đến tháng 10, đến ngày sinh nhật của cô. Những dòng chữ mà cô bảo nó khờ dại,đáng yêu như tâm hồn cô vậy.

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Những ai sinh ra vào tháng 10 thật hạnh phúc, tháng 10 không có nhiều nắng. Cũng không nhiều gió và những trận mưa giông xối xả, chỉ có tháng 10 hiền hòa, dịu dàng. Một chút se lạnh khiến cho con người muốn xích lại gần nhau hơn.

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Để khi qua tháng 10 những gì em hi vọng và cố gắng sẽ không thất vọng….để đến khi qua tháng 10 sau này đi chăng nữa sẽ là nụ cười hạnh phúc chứ không phải là nước mắt rơi khi lọt vào vòng của ký ức xưa ấy.

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