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Xu Hướng 9/2023 # An Atmosphere Full Of Eastern Asia Spirit # Top 14 Xem Nhiều

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The expression lingered in the mind of the Viet people like a reminder of finding way back to the root as August and March came to join vivid festivals in memory of Father and Holy Mother, who founded and protected the supernatural land. One of such traditional major festivals, serving as a pride of indigenous inhabitants as thinking about the kingly race of the Viet’s nation is Tran Temple Festival.


I. How is Tran Temple Special?

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Tran Temple, located in the suburb of Nam Dinh Province, is a famous attraction dedicated to the Tran Kings and mandarins of this dynasty. In the surrounding areas of this temple, there are many communal houses, pagodas, tombs, temples and stone shrines.

There is a flag fluttering in front of the temple. It has striking colours, which stand for 5 basic elements. The square shape stands for earth (negative) and the sickle-shaped tassels for heaven (positive). The word “Tran” is embroidered amidst the flag in Chinese characters by two combined words “Dong” and “A”.

The structure of Tran Temple has 3 main buildings, consisting of Down Temple, Center Temple and Up Temple.

1. Down Temple (Co Trach Temple)

Source: thanhpho.namdinh.gov

Co Trach Temple is the place worshipping Hung Dao Dai Vuong-Tran Quoc Tuan, a successful commander of Vietnam who defeated the Mongols out of the country in the 13th century. His family, most reliable assistants as well as other mandarins are also memorialized besides him.

There are 4 compartments included inside Co Trach Temple. Tien Duong worships 3 generals of Tran Hung Dao (Nguyen Che Nghia, Pham Ngu Lao and Pham Ngo), Trung Duong worships Tran Hung Dao and his 4 sons while Thieu Huong has Tran Hung Dao and 9 Buddhist statues. It is said that Down Temple was built to be Tran Hung Dao’s home. There are also many altars dedicated to the generals who were under the command of Tran Hung Dao in the past.

2. Center Temple (Trung Hoa Temple)

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Of all 3 main buildings of Tran Temple, this is the latest one, which was constructed in 2000 by the local authorities. 14 Kings under Tran Dynasty and their most respected mandarins are worshipped here.

3. Up Temple (Thien Truong Temple)

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This temple comprises of 4 compartments: Tien Duong is used to worship ceremonies, Trung Duong is for the 14 kings of the Tran Dynasty, Chinh Tam is for 4 forefathers of the Tran Family and Thieu Huong is for the mandarins in the Tran Dynasty. Tran Kings’ wives are also commemorated on the 2 sides of the temple.

II. The Activities

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Tran Temple Festival annually lasts from the 15th-20th of lunar August. In the odd years, the festival is launched more magnificently than in even years. Nevertheless, visitors all over the country do not wait for the very happening of the festival to join but eagerly go on pilgrimage far prior to the day.

In this festival, there are processions from neighboring villages to Thuong Temple. The incense-offering rite involves in 14 virgins carrying 14 trays of flowers into the temple and placing them on thrones in the musical vibration. This act is the image of the former feudal courts.

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Various cultural activities included in the festival such as cock fighting, five-generation fighting art performances, wrestling, unicorn dance, bai bong dance, sword dance, cheo singing, van singing and so on.

According to historic records, under the rule of King Tran Nhan Tong, after the Mongolian invaders were defeated, the King offered feast through 3 successive days known as “Thai binh dien yen”.

The Great tutor Tran Quang Khai composed the dance for the victory namely “bai bong” and taught the imperial singers to perform. The dancers were pretty ladies dressed in the ethnic clothes, putting on their shoulders a short pole hanging with flower baskets or paper-made lanterns at the two ends. The dancers also held on to a fan to enrich their performance.

“Bai bong” dance contained acts of “bat dat”, “luc dat” and “tu dat”. Nevertheless, it was neatly adjusted under the Nguyen Dynasty. Currently, there is still a team of skilled dancers of the kind in Phuong Bong ward on the outskirts of Nam Dinh. It is said that Hat Van is derived from Hat Chau composed under the Tran Dynasty, popularised and trimmed under the Le Mat time.

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Over the last few years, branches and departments, especially the culture-information sector in Nam Dinh, have paid attention to preserving and enhancing such cultural identities. Nam Dinh Province takes pride in its reference of “national root”, giving birth and nursing hearts and souls of “Mother” and “Father” of the people.

On the occasion of the festival, people across the country are warmly welcome to the place by the local friendly and simple residents.

III. How to Get There?

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Tran Temple is only 4km from Nam Dinh city and 90 km from Hanoi. If you are staying in Nam Dinh, it just takes around 30 minutes to reach. And if you are in Hanoi, you can also choose car, bus or train as transportation to Nam Dinh before catching a taxi to Tran Temple.

IV. Tips and Tricks

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It is highly suggested that visitors should wear long clothes that cover their knees and shoulders before entering the temple 

Do not make noise inside the temple

You should visit the temple during daytime before enjoying the festival outside

The unique cultural activities, especially the splendid and radiant atmosphere of “Dong A”, make Tran Temple Festival attractive to travelers everywhere!

Đăng bởi: Võ Hồng Quân

Từ khoá: Tran Temple Festival – An Atmosphere Full of Eastern Asia Spirit

Bai Xep Quy Nhon Fishing Village – The Gem In The Rock Of Asia

About Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village

Bai Xep , also known as Bai Xep, is a fishing village located in Quy Hoa waters, in Ghenh Rang ward, about 13km from Quy Nhon city center, Binh Dinh province, with a maximum of only 100 people living in one area. wide area about 1km2.

The village leaned back against the mountain forest (Photo @wrightontheroad)In front is a vast blue sea (Photo @tunglolo)

This is a hundreds of years old fishing village that has been rated by Business Insider as one of the gems in the rock of Asia that has attracted many tourists to visit each year.

How to move to Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village

To reach Bai Xep fishing village you can use a bus or motorbike.

With the bus: You go to Quy Nhon University gate, take bus number T2 then get off at Quarter 2 station.

– With motorbike: From Quy Nhon city center, you will run along Highway 1D (coastal road Quy Nhon – Song Cau, Phu Yen) there will be signs to get there. Rest assured that the way is quite easy, so the court is not afraid of getting lost.

Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village – a mysterious gem of Asia

Not as vibrant and bustling as other tourist resorts, Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village is shyly nestled behind coconut trees, cool blue ocean, in front of a clear blue beach, behind a mountain and mountains and beaches. large and small rocks make this place always have a quiet and peaceful space.

(Photo @wrightontheroad)The peaceful space of the village (Photo @ mytran1588) Like many other ancient villages, the path in Bai Xep is extremely narrow, it is like a maze that makes it easy for those who are not familiar to get lost but super interesting to chúng tôi alleys are very narrow (Photo @ jonnyrouse7) The houses in the village are painted in different colors, making the village stand out in the eyes of visitors. In particular, there are many trees planted here, making the air always cool and fresh. Some houses are decorated with beautiful small flower baskets or eye-catching confetti, making anyone coming here can not help admiring and chúng tôi house is beautifully decorated (Photo @changpuka)Beautiful confetti frame, eye-catching (Photo @hienty)The road to the sea is very attractive (Photo @ reine.chin)

Indeed, the ancient village of Bai Xep is like a mysterious and splendid gem, but not too ostentatious, making anyone coming here to travel here and not want to return.

Interesting experiences at Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village

As a small village, but in any corner you can find a grocery store full of essentials or a small, pretty small food shop of the aunts in the village for you to relax. roof option.

A lot of shops are open to serve people (Photo @ linhtin69)

People in land are very hospitable, gentle and friendly, you can have fun with the kids in the neighborhood or sit “eight” with the villagers about their life, intimacy and good chemistry. will make you feel like you have been acquainted for a long time.

The lives of the people here are mainly attached to the sea so you can follow them to fish, shrimp, or collect seaweed. 

People live mainly on fishing (Photo @allymcfarlanephotography)All year round, floating on the sea (Photo @ lulabell34)

Revealing to you that seaweed is the specialty of Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village . This dish when dried and processed into drinking water or cooked with tea is cool and delicious off the table.

Do not miss the famous Quy Nhon pancakes or fresh seafood dishes captured and processed by the people themselves, this is also one of the most popular attractions of this place.

Staying at Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village

The famous Quy Nhon pancakes (Photo @annaschlin)Enjoying a meal under the golden sun, why not? (Photo @lifesabeachvietnam) In particular, going to Bai Xep without swimming is a waste. With the cool blue sea water, smooth white sand and rocky mountains of many shapes, you can freely create a virtual life without fear of “collision” anymore.Bathing at Bai Xep beach is already high from the table (Photo @ hoainguyen.99)

When you come here, do not rush back during the day, because there are many accommodations for tourists to visit, from popular homestays to high-end resorts such as homestay Mira, Casa Marina Resort, chúng tôi Resort … with good service, modern equipment and beautiful sea view. Moreover, you can also have super high-quality photos here too.

The accommodation is very “environmentally friendly” (Photo @ nhi.tyn)The view is so beautiful (Photo @hatrangngo)

What are you waiting for without bringing your backpack to Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village to relieve the pressures and sorrows of life?

Đăng bởi: Trần Thảo Vân

Từ khoá: Bai Xep Quy Nhon fishing village – the gem in the rock of Asia

The “Oldest” High School In Vietnam: Classical Architecture As Beautiful As Europe, Alumni Full Of Famous Names

Each high school (high school) in Vietnam has its own interesting characteristics. Some schools have strengths in extra-curricular activities, some are famous for their training quality, and some are famous for having modern facilities. However, there is a school in Ho Chi Minh City that holds a record that no high school in Vietnam can surpass, that is, has the longest history of formation and age.

This school is not a strange name but it is Le Quy Don High School (HCMC). The school is located in District 3 with a prime location, the quality of training is rated as the top in the city, and possesses a historic architecture. Let’s “visit” Le Quy Don High School to see what’s special about the oldest high school in the country!

A school steeped in history

Le Quy Don High School was built in 1874 and completed in 1877, so far the school has been 148 years old. The school was built by the French, but in 1967 it was returned to the Vietnamese and renamed Le Quy Don High School, officially teaching and learning according to the Vietnamese educational program.

With architectural style imbued with Western Europe (France), Le Quy Don High School is considered as an architectural museum with a long cultural history. After many times of restoration and repair, the school still retains its ancient traditions.

Photos of Le Quy Don High School (formerly known as Chasseloup School – Laubat) from the early days of its establishment

And this is a picture of Le Quy Don High School (Ho Chi Minh City) when it turned 148 years old

After nearly 150 years of establishment and development, Le Quy Don High School is currently in the top 10 best high schools in Ho Chi Minh City. The school was honored to receive the National Standard School recognition certificate and the city-level Art and Architecture Relic ranking.

The school consists of 4 blocks, of which 3 old rows are connected together to form a U shape. New buildings are built adjacent to each other, framed to form a neat letter shape. Notably, in the middle of the school yard, there is a statue of the scientist Le Quy Don, with the famous saying “Pi tri is not restored”.

The most famous specialized school in Saigon

According to a recent summary report of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training, Le Quy Don High School ranks second in the city in terms of the percentage of excellent students in the school year 2023-2023. The quality of education and training of this school is also verified when the entrance score of Le Quy Don school is always in the top of the city.

Students at Le Quy Don High School are not only good at studying but also very active

Despite the ancient architecture, the facilities always ensure the quality of teaching and learning at the school. The classrooms are invested with modern equipment such as projector screens, computers, LCD TVs… At the same time, Le Quy Don High School also has no shortage of multi-purpose gymnasiums, physics laboratories… in order to best serve the learning activities of students.

Not only in learning, students of Le Quy Don High School are also encouraged by teachers to participate in extracurricular activities. The school has dozens of clubs in different fields for students to freely choose and find their own personality such as Arts Club, Martial Arts Club, Photography Club, Press Club…

The modern classrooms of Le Quy Don High School

Photo: Internet

Đăng bởi: Thịnh Đinh Văn

Từ khoá: The “oldest” high school in Vietnam: Classical architecture as beautiful as Europe, alumni full of famous names

Ban Co Peak: An Ideal Place To See Panorama View Of Danang City

Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang is favoured by nature with various beautiful natural landscapes and appealing beaches. Thanks to its terrain and location, Son Tra Peninsula is supposed to be the most ideal site to overlook the whole Da Nang City as well as the immense sea. On this peninsula, one tourist point that attracts many visitors who love sightseeing is Ban Co Peak. After crossing a long path to reach the mountain top, you can see Ban Co Peak and its present waiting for you to discover.


I. Legend of Ban Co Peak

There are many different stories about the origin of Ban Co Peak, and the most popular one is still mentioned nowadays. Once upon a time, there was an old fairy who came across Son Tra. Realizing the beauty of this land, he sat down on a large and flat rock at a mountain top to enjoy the scenery. While sightseeing, he created a Chinese chess board on the rock.

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No longer had the chess board been arranged than De Thich, a famous chess player, came across and asked to join the game. So excellent were the two players that several days had gone but the chess game did not end yet. The fairy and De Thich continued to play chess in the calm and peaceful scenery of Son Tra day by day.

One day, from heaven, there were some beautiful fairies coming to a nearby beach. The beach nowadays is called by a beautiful name: “Tien Sa”, which means “visited by fairies”. After immersing in the crystal-clear water of Son Tra beach, the fairies came to the mountaintop surrounding the rock to see the game between De Thich and the old fairy.

Unfortunately, some laughters of the fairies around interrupted and distracted De Thich, and he made a wrong move, which was the most suitable condition for the fairy to end the game. Winning the chess game, the fairy came back to heaven, leaving De Thich alone. De Thich tried to find a way to solve the game but he had not got the solution.

Afterwards, the local residents carved a Chinese chess board on a flat rock on the top of Son Tra Peninsula to remind about the story. Next to the board, there is a statue of an old man sitting and paying attention to the chess board, which is the statue of De Thich.

Another less popular story tells that, there used to be a small hermitage called Bach Van built by a Truc Lam monk at the position of Ban Co Peak nowadays. However, the hermitage afterwards was destroyed and only the base remained. The base was in square shape, which made people imagine a fairy chess board. Then this peak has been called “Ban Co”, which indicates “a chess board”.

II. Highlights of Ban Co Peak

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Ban Co Peak is located on the top of Son Tra Peninsula, which is about 700 meters above the sea level. From this point, the entire Da Nang City will appear in front of your eyes with skyscrapers, Han River and its bridges, ships floating on the sea and white sand beaches of Da Nang. At the horizon are mountain ranges that are like a natural wall enclosing this city. Like many other cities of Vietnam, Da Nang is a crowded and dynamic city, one of the living-worthy cities in the world, and it is still changing to be better in the near future.

Ban Co Peak offers tourists the most ideal point to admire sunrise and sunset in the sea of Da Nang. The charming sea of Da Nang now is much more appealing at the two most stunning moments of a day.

In the morning, when Da Nang City is still sleeping under its light cloud blanket, from Ban Co Peak, tourists can see the sky gradually turning into red and then blue. The electric lights of the city are replaced by the shining lights of the sun, which is the signal for a new happy day. The fresh and cool air on the mountain peak will recharge your energy and refresh your soul.

In addition, sunset is also a splendid moment you should not ignore on Ban Co Peak. The sun after a long-day journey is like a huge fireball gradually sinking into the cloud sea in the horizon. The last sunlights of the day leave red and orange lines onto the sky. Da Nang turns on its sparkling lights and nightlife starts.

III. Nearby Attractions

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On the way to Ban Co Peak, tourists can have a visit to some attractions of Son Tra Peninsula:

1. Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda

Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda is the intersection of mountain, sky and sea, where humans can touch nature. With the unique architecture and stunning viewpoint, Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula is becoming a famous worshipping place for many locals and tourists. The highlight point of this pagoda is a 67-meter Bodhisattva statue, one of the highest statues of Bodhisattva in Vietnam. If you choose to get Ban Co Peak by the longer way, you can get to Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda.

2. Son Tra National Reserve

If you decide to take a visit to Son Tra Peninsula, Son Tra National Reserve is a destination you should not ignore. This is the home to many rare and precious fauna and flora species, some of which are listed in Vietnamese Red Book. If lucky enough, you can even see mischievous monkeys climbing in the forest. Son Tra Reserve is the place where tourists can see the efforts of the locals to live in harmony with nature.

3. Tien Sa Beach

The story about Tien Sa Beach accompanies the legend of Ban Co Peak. The beautiful name of this beach came from its own striking appearance, with white sand beach and crystal water. Tien Sa Beach is one of the most attractive beaches in Son Tra Peninsula in particular and in Da Nang in general. Relaxing in the cool and clear water of the beach is worth your try.

IV. How to Get to Ban Co Peak?

Ban Co Peak in Son Tra Peninsula is about 20 kilometers from Da Nang city center, and the way from the starting point of the peninsula to this peak is about 10 kilometers. In some parts, the road may be quite tortuous and narrow, so going by a manual motorbike is the best choice for tourists.

There are two directions to reach Ban Co Peak. On the first way, tourists have to come across Linh Ung Pagoda, then follow Hoang Sa Street and cross a pass to the mountain top. The second way is shorter and more popular, which passes an army garrison.

After overcoming all the passes, tourists have to climb up the mountain. This path is quite dangerous and full of obstacles. On two sides of the pathway are small bushes, and it is quite hard to see a large tree at the top of the mountain.

The pass leading to Ban Co Peak is not less spectacular than any passes in Vietnam. One side of the pass is towering mountain cliffs, and the other side is an immense sea, which is such a magnificent scenery that you cannot find anywhere in Vietnam. After a 1-hour journey, you can reach Ban Co Peak where you can enjoy the whole view of Da Nang City.

V. Extra Tips

If you drive to Ban Co Peak, you had better use a manual transmission. Scooters and automatic transmissions are banned on the pass way of Da Nang.

The most suitable time to visit Ban Co Peak is early morning. You should not travel at noon or late in the afternoon.

You ought to visit Ba Co Peak on sunny days, because the road on rainy days is quite slippery and dangerous. Remember to bring water and a hat to climb the mountain in case the weather is hot.

Don’t touch, write or draw on the chess board and statue of Ban Co Peak. Be a well-mannered visitor.

Keep the environment clean all your way. Don’t try to catch any animal species you see on the way to Ban Co Peak.

Ban Co Peak in Son Tra Peninsula is the best location for sightseeing in Da Nang City. Here tourists will have a good opportunity to overlook the whole city of Da Nang. After a long-way journey, Ban Co Peak with its imposing view is a fit present for all your attempts. If one day you visit Da Nang, don’t forget to take a trip to this wonderful destination.

Đăng bởi: Huyền Phương

Từ khoá: Ban Co Peak: an Ideal Place to See Panorama View of Danang City

Trẻ Em Đi Máy Bay Air Asia Cần Giấy Tờ Gì?

Nếu bạn đã đặt vé và muốn đưa một trẻ sơ sinh đi cùng chuyến bay. Bạn cần phải thêm trẻ sơ sinh vào lệnh đặt vé. Khi bạn đưa theo trẻ sơ sinh trong chuyến bay. Hành khách sẽ phải chịu phí trẻ sơ sinh như quy định trong biểu phí.

Nếu hành khách muốn thực hiện chuyến bay cùng trẻ em trên chuyến bay do Air Asia khai thác. Ngoài Vé máy bay và giấy tờ tùy thân của mình, bạn nên tìm hiểu Trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia cần giấy tờ gì?

Giá vé trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia

Nếu bạn đã đặt vé và muốn đưa một trẻ sơ sinh đi cùng chuyến bay. Bạn cần phải thêm trẻ sơ sinh vào lệnh đặt vé. Khi bạn đưa theo trẻ sơ sinh trong chuyến bay. Hành khách sẽ phải chịu phí trẻ sơ sinh như quy định trong biểu phí.

Giá vé trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia

AirAsia và AirAsiaX giới hạn số lượng trẻ sơ sinh cho phép trên mỗi chuyến bay. Vì chúng tôi chỉ mang số lượng nhất định áo phao cứu sinh cho trẻ sơ sinh trên mỗi máy bay. Vì vậy hãy đặt vé sớm nếu có thể.

Đối với các chuyến bay AirAsiaX, chúng tôi khuyên bạn đặt trước chỗ ngồi một ghế ngồi kèm theo nôi trên máy bay. Bạn có thể đặt qua mục Chọn Chỗ ngồi để có chuyến đi dễ dàng hơn với trẻ sơ sinh. Bạn có thể tìm hiểu thêm về vị trí ghế kèm theo nôi trên chuyến bay AirAsia X của mình.

Trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia cần giấy tờ gì?

Đối với trẻ em dưới 12 tuổi, khi bay nội địa (ví dụ trong lãnh thổ Malaysia). Vui lòng xuất trình thẻ chứng minh thư (ví dụ, thẻ MyKid ở Malaysia) hoặc giấy khai sinh bản gốc để chứng minh danh tính.

Trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia cần giấy tờ gì?

Khi bay quốc tế như Mua vé máy bay đi Thái Lan Air Asia cần có hộ chiếu còn hiệu lực ít nhất 6 tháng. Trường hợp trẻ không có hộ chiếu có thể cho trẻ đứng kèm thông tin vào hộ chiếu của người giám hộ ( bố đẻ, mẹ đẻ, bố nuôi, mẹ nuôi…).

Mọi trẻ em dưới 12 tuổi đều phải đi cùng phụ huynh hoặc người giám hộ.

Hành khách từ Davao, Philippine dưới 15 tuổi khi bay một mình. Hoặc cùng một người khác ngoài bố mẹ phải có Giấy phép Du lịch. Trẻ em dưới 12 tuổi không được phép bay một mình trừ khi có một người ít nhất 18 tuổi vào ngày khởi hành đi cùng.

Yêu cầu về giấy tờ tùy thân khi đi máy bay

Tất cả giấy tờ tùy thân khi đi máy bay phải đảm bảo các yêu cầu sau:

Còn giá trị sử dụng.

Có đóng dấu giáp lai.

Trẻ em đi một mình trên chuyến bay Air Asia

Trẻ em đi một mình trên chuyến bay Air Asia

Trẻ em từ 12 tuổi đến dưới 16 tuổi vào ngày khởi hành dược coi là Hành khách Nhỏ tuổi Đi Một mình.

Nội địa Quốc tế

Chỗ ngồi: Trẻ em đi một mình không được ngồi ở hàng ghế gần cửa thoát hiểm.

Trẻ em sẽ chỉ được chấp nhận chuyên chở sau khi phụ huynh hoặc người giám hộ đã ký phiếu Miễn trách nhiệm. Và Cam kết Bồi thường để Chấp nhận YPTA của chúng tôi (được cung cấp tại quầy check-in).

Phụ huynh hoặc người giám hộ phải ở lại sân bay cho đến khi máy bay đã cất cánh. Yêu cầu này là nhằm đảm bảo rằng trẻ không bị bỏ mặc trong trường hợp chậm hay hủy chuyến bay.

Chúng tôi sẽ cung cấp dịch vụ trước khi lên máy bay hoặc đón và trợ giúp.

Lưu ý: Trẻ em từ 12 – 16 tuổi không được coi là người lớn và không thể đi cùng trẻ em dưới 12 tuổi.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Văn Tĩnh

Từ khoá: Trẻ em đi máy bay Air Asia cần giấy tờ gì?

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: A Guide To The Resting Place Of The Revolutionary Leader Of Vietnam

If you ask a Vietnamese who’s the greatest hero of their country, chances are they will answer Uncle Ho. So it’s easy to understand how Vietnamese people would honor their hero by giving him a proper mausoleum. Currently, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hanoi. To help you on your journey, this guide aims at how you can visit the mausoleum thoroughly and explore nearby attractions as well. Wanna explore Ho Chi Minh mausoleum along with other iconic landmarks in Hanoi? Join our Hanoi one day city tour now!

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum introduces many unique Vietnamese architectural features

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum’s history is quite brief, as it’s fairly new. They started its construction on September 2, 1973, in Ba Dinh Square, where he used to hold large meetings. They finished it on August 29, 1975, and it has been opened to the public ever since. The mausoleum is 21.6 meters in height and 41.2 meters in width. Its structure is just like Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow but introduces many unique Vietnamese architectural features. Its exterior is made of grey granite while the interior is made of grey, black and red polished stone. It has the phrase “Chủ tịch Hồ Chí Minh” which means “Chairman Ho Chi Minh” painted in the front. On the side of the mausoleum are two platforms with seven steps for parade viewing. The area in front of the mausoleum is divided into 240 green squares. The garden around it has around 250 different species of plants and flowers from all over Vietnam.

How to get there to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

If you stay around the Old Quarter area, like most tourists in Hanoi do, the best way to get to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is still taxi, bus and “Xe ôm” (motorbike-taxi). With Grab (Uber for motorbike) you can get there easily. So make sure to utilize the app.

The last resting place of the Vietnamese hero credit:@hyoshinkwak/Instagram

The mausoleum is open 5 days a week: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. On Saturday and Sunday the visiting time increase by 30 minutes. Its opening time is based on the season. In the hot season, which is usually from April to October, it opens from 7.30 AM to 10.30 AM and extended to 11 AM on Saturday and Sunday. In the cold season, usually from September to March, it opens from 8 AM to 11 AM. Here are some tips for visiting the mausoleum. Remember to dress neatly, don’t wear shirt and pants that are too short. The security can remove you from the premise if you violate. Children under 3 are not allowed into the mausoleum. Don’t bring any food, electronics, jewelry or metal object in. You also can’t bring any cameras and other recording devices into the mausoleum.

What Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum has to offer: art, architecture, history and more!

Visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is in the list of top things to do in Hanoi recommended by a local. Your tour of the mausoleum could be quite short due to the number of people wanting to get in. So when you finished visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum it’s important to know where to go next. This part will present some tourist attractions near the mausoleum so you can continue exploring.

One Pillar Pagoda

You can find this unique-looking pagoda at the south-end of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (just around 200m walk). Entrance is free and the pagoda is open daily from 8 AM to 5 PM. Refreshments are also available nearby the pagoda, so you can sit, relax and rest a bit. This little temple is made of wood and a single stone pillar.  The pagoda still remains as one of Hanoi’s most popular tourist sites. The little shrine is dedicated to the Vietnamese Buddhist deity Quan Am Bo Tat with her statue inside.

Behind the pagoda credit:@garysuefong/Instagram

According to legends, Emperor Ly Thai Tong decided to build the pagoda after he has a dream. In which, Quan Am gave him a baby son resting on a lotus flower. After the temple was finished, many loyal followers came here to pray to Quan Am for a long and successful life. The pagoda has undergone many renovations, most recently in 1955 when the base was destroyed during the French evacuation. It’s still unclear how much of the current pagoda is the original.

Ho Chi Minh Museum

This museum is one of the most resourceful museums in Hanoi and probably in the country. You can easily walk here from Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. The museum was opened on May 19, 1990, on the 100th birthday of Uncle Ho. This place aims to express deep gratitude to the former Chairman of Vietnam. It is perhaps the largest museum in Vietnam.

Outside the museum credit:@viagemcomacris/Instagram

The museum mainly focuses on displaying artifacts and documents about Ho Chi Minh’s life and career. You can find three main part in Ho Chi Minh Museum. The first part shows the life and career of Uncle Ho. The second part is about the lives of Vietnamese people in wars. The last one shows some events in the world’s history that made a great impact on Uncle Ho’s life and career It opens every day, except Monday and Friday, from 8 AM to 11 AM and from 2 PM to 4.30 PM. The entrance fee is just 10.000 VND (US$ 0.50) so it’s really a waste if you don’t visit this museum.

Museum of History of Vietnamese Military

About 1.5km from Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the Museum of History of Vietnamese Military. It’s also known as Military Museum and is one the oldest museums in Hanoi. If you want to know more about Vietnam or just interest in history, then visiting this place is very important. There is both indoors and outdoors exhibition of military-related artifacts. Its exhibition dated back to as early as Hung Vuong Era, which is the start of Vietnam as a country. It also showcases the first thousand years Chinese domination of Vietnam, as well as the century struggle against French colony.

An exhibition inside the museum credit:@ms.chub/Instagram

The museum also thoroughly show Vietnam from 1954 to 1975, which is the period of the Vietnam war and the division of North-South. Most exhibitions are about the Vietnamese tradition of being courageous in protecting national integrity; technologies in adapting and producing weapons; and the diplomatic relationship between Vietnamese and its allies around the world. Visitors to Ho Chi Minh city, instead, can visit War Remnants Museum for the equivalent experience. It opens Tuesday – Thursday from 8 AM to 11.30 AM and Saturday – Sunday from 2 PM to 4 PM. The entrance fee for normal visitors is 30.000 VND (US$ 1.50) and an additional 20.000 VND (US$ 1.00) if you want to take photos of the exhibitions.

Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House

From Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, you can make your way to his stilt house, the longest place of living and working. This stilt house is where he lives from 1958 to 1969 and has been preserved just the way he left it. According to the data, Uncle Ho wants to build a stilt house in Hanoi because when being in Viet Bac base, he only stays at stilt house. He designed the house with his own ideas. The house has bedroom, kitchen, dining room and guest room.

The stilt house from the outside credit:@marcpuigmusic/Instagram

Although it’s now only used for official receptions, visitors can still wander the ground if they stick to the paths. The clear views through the open doorways and windows give an insight more fascinating than most museum exhibitions. Above are just some recommendation on places that you should see after you’ve finished exploring Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. I hope that this guide is useful to you. If you are curious about other destinations in Hanoi, visit our article “2 days in Hanoi: Where to go?”.

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