Xu Hướng 2/2024 # Bach Ma: Hue’s Lord Of The Rings Hobbit Resort Village # Top 5 Xem Nhiều

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No, this is not the Hobbiton in New Zealand. The “Lord of the Rings” franchise is not its particular inspiration, but Bach Ma’s Hobbit houses look like them. It’s located in the south of Hue in Central Vietnam.

The Bach Ma Village, more popularly known as the Hobbit Village, has just opened this year. Though new to the industry, the resort has already caught the attention of wanderlust travelers. It’s the perfect location if you want to see the natural wonders of Hue and spend quality time with your family and friends.

Bach Ma Village – Resort Overview

Hobbit house. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã

As if the entire resort’s landscape came out of a fairy tale book, the Bach Ma Village brings mysticism and theatrical fun to your Vietnamese vacation. The extensive resort sits in a valley surrounded by hills and mountains.  The entire tourist area spans about 3 ha., not including the edge of the national park.

The “Hobbit Village” features mushroom houses (hobbit houses) for display. There’s an upward hill that has a series of these. Though they call them hobbit houses, these are full-scaled structures that are about 7 m high. During mornings, you can take a stroll around these houses and bask in the fantastic views of the surrounding forests.

The core of the resort is its waterfall slide and man-made swimming lake. This location is vivacious during the day and travelers of all shapes and sizes are encouraged to take a dip. Safety precautions must be observed when going down the stone slide since they’re extra slippery.

Bach Ma Village. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã

After your swim, you can relax in the nearby tents and unwind. The expansion for the Bach Ma Village is still underway, but soon, you’ll also be able to access larger guest houses and a local zoo. In the meantime, you can revel in the pool, the villas, and the campsites spread throughout the resort.

Campsites and Rooms

As much as we’d all love to stay in the Hobbit Houses, it’s not open for accommodation. However, you can enjoy an authentic camping experience in the resort’s campsites. At night, the resort hosts a campfire in the nearby open space, and guests can take part in the fire dancing and singing that frequently happen around the fire. There’s a designated space for camping tents.

The resort is one of the more renowned locations for providing a professional camping service that allows you to sit back while someone else gets your tent set up. The entire camping area sits near the forest border, which creates a cooler temperature than the center of the resort. Remember that the nights can be cool here, so bring a jacket with you.

Tents and campfire at Back Ma Village. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã

The tents have their own safe night lighting system, which allows you to see the pathway in case you need to go out in the middle of the night. There are also ample spaces in between the tents to give you some privacy. The best thing about camping in the Hobbit Village is the fact that you’re actually inside a protected biodiversity park.

If camping isn’t your thing, check out the recently opened rooms that face either the broke or mountains. Guest security is also a priority for the resort, so there is no need to worry about kids wandering around and getting lost. The resort has available guards and rescuers present at all times.


The Bach Ma Village Resort is a private area that’s separate from Bach Ma National Park. From the entrance, they do not allow guests to bring food in. Though it could be a downer, there’s a strong reason for this.

With high standards in preserving the endless panorama of natural wonders in the resort, they aim to have no unnecessary plastics or containers in the vicinity.  But the good news is Ma Village’s kitchen team is one of the best in Hue. The kitchen serves an all-day vegetable buffet that has a farm-to-table serving process.

BBQ at Bach Ma Village. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã

The organic ingredients are sourced locally and there are hundreds of colorful Vietnamese dishes that are rooted in the recipes from Hue’s ancient traditions. Check out meals like the crispy Banh Khai (pan-friend crepe), Bun Bo Hue (Hue’s version of pho), Ban Loc Goi (typical Hue snack), Banh Ram It (crunchy deep-fried rice paste), and the Com Hen (clam rice).

The kitchen also features a lot of staple Vietnam’s national dish. If you want to have a taste of an organic Vietnamese brew, visit the Water Village, a special coffee bar. They have a pour-over, drip coffee, and other coffee-based drinks on their menu. They also offer other refreshments and snacks to partner with your drinks. You can try their dried beef, dried squid, or other grilled items.

The restaurant is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and can accommodate up to 500 guests. For the coffee bar, it has the capacity to sit up to 150 guests simultaneously. And the bonus is, you can probably splurge more on food because the prices are affordable.

Other Destinations You Can Visit

Since you’re already in the middle of Bach Ma National Park, there are a lot of other locations you can visit, too. Especially if you’re booking multiple nights, you may want to explore attractions other than the resort itself.

A swimming area at the resort. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã

If that’s the case, here are suggestions on other impeccable destinations you can visit in Hue.

Truc Lam Bach Ma Zen Monastery. Take your relaxation to the next level by learning more about the Buddhist culture in Hue. Located in Bach Ma National Park, the Truc Lam Zen Monastery is a historic structure that’s still used for worship. The Zen Monastery has 172 soaring steps that pilgrims take as they reach the top of the temple. You can also learn more about their practice at the Truc Lam School located in one of the ancestral worshipping areas for Zen Master Dat Ma.

Thien Mu Pagoda. Go to the nearby Chan May Port where day cruises are available. On arrival, you can take a boat trip on the Perfume River that’ll lead you to the Thien Mu Pagoda. Here you’ll learn more about Buddhism and the local community’s way of life.

Thai Hoa Palace. Just a couple of minutes from the Thien Mu Pagoda, you can also visit the Thai Hoa Palace. It used to be the emperor’s official palace hall for receptions and important ceremonies. It was erected in 1803 and has an ornate timber roof. Be amazed at the craftsmanship of the architecture and take note of its iconic lacquered columns.

The sun setting behind the mountains. Photo: Bạch Mã Village – Thác Trượt Bạch Mã


Season: Year-round

Address: Bach Ma National Park, Lộc Trì, Phú Lộc, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam

Đăng bởi: Trí Lương

Từ khoá: Bach Ma: Hue’s Lord of the Rings Hobbit Resort Village

Breeding Lentils Upstream Of The Ma River

The specialty farming of halibut on the Ma River has been developed by the people of Yen Duyet fishing village, Cam Yen commune, and Cam Thuy district for two years now due to the favorable natural conditions and great market demand.

Mr. Trong has been raising salmon for two years. Photo: Le Hoang

As one of nearly 10 households raising salmon, Mr. Tran Ngoc Trong, 64, said this fish is a specialty in the Ma River. In the past, they lived in the natural environment a lot, but due to the fact that they are now very few, people have sought to keep them in cages. Currently, the farmers are still in the experimental breeding stage, the results are quite positive. “The fish grows fast, the delicious meat is not much different from fish living in the natural environment…”, Mr. Trong said.

Fish cages are built with bamboos split into spokes, an area of ​​​​4 m2, about 1.2-1.5 m deep, can raise 200-300 fish. The fingerlings are bought for 15,000 VND/fish, as big as an adult’s finger, the main food is earthworms and small fish. Mr. Trong said that in order to collect enough food for nearly 100 adult fish, he had to hoe for 1-2 hours a day, collecting more than a kilogram of worms.

Occasionally, Mr. Trong uses a racket to pick up fish to check if there is an infection or good growth. “There is no special secret to raising salmon, mainly to clean the cage before releasing and feeding it enough,” Mr. Trong said. Every time when the hydroelectric power plant floods or rains heavily, he has to stay up late at night to watch the water level, then pull the raft to a safe location, avoiding the flood to wash away his property. After more than a year of stocking, Trong’s fish averaged 1.5-2 kg each.

Mr. Nguyen Van Chien (on the left) has the largest school of trout in Yen Duyet fishing village. Photo: Le Hoang

Mr. Nguyen Van Chien’s family, 50 years old, is one of the households that raise the largest number of trout in Yen Duyet fishing village. At the beginning of 2023, Mr. Chien sought to buy more than 150 fingerlings to release. Up to now, the fish has been harvested, the largest size is 3-4 kg.

Pangasius is currently selling well, with prices ranging from 200,000-300,000 VND/kg, larger types and during Tet can sell 500,000-700,000 VND/kg. “Farmers don’t have to bring it to the market, but restaurants come to the place to order, and fish is very popular with the market,” Chien said.

In addition to raising trout, households in Yen Duyet also raise grass carp, the food of this species is mainly young grass, green vegetables, banana leaves… Photo: Le Hoang

In addition to raising trout, the people of Yen Duyet fishing village are very good at raising carp on the Ma River. This profession has been attached to their ancestors for many generations, there was a time when every household in the village kept cage carp, but now only a few households keep the job, mainly elderly grandparents, workers do not go to work far away. Okay.

Food for carp is mainly young grass, and banana leaves. Every day, after digging for worms to feed the trout, Mr. Trong went to find grass to cut back for the carp. Fish farming helps his family raise 4 children to study, and now have their own families, but none of the children follow their grandparents’ profession.

“The river profession is precarious, the income is also insignificant, I stick with the profession, so I just keep doing it until I have no health anymore…”, Mr. Trong said.

Breeding specialty lentils on the Ma River in Yen Duyet fishing village. Video: Le Hoang

Yen Duyet village has nearly 200 households, 30 households doing river work. In addition to cage fish farming, people mainly work as freelancers, build suction boats, transport hired sand or others work as workers in factories around the area.

Pangasius has the English name Bagridae, belongs to the catfish lineage living in freshwater and brackish water environments, distributed mainly in Africa and Asia. Fish has high nutritional value, is often processed into many delicious dishes such as grilled, braised, braised with banana and beans, cooked with sour…

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thân Trọng Tính

Từ khoá: Breeding lentils upstream of the Ma River

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

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?”.

Đăng bởi: Thế Quảng Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: A Guide To The Resting Place of The Revolutionary Leader of Vietnam

Trải Nghiệm Ở Nhà Nghỉ Inn The Village, Campuchia

Nhà nghỉ Inn The Village nằm ở làng chài địa phương (Daem Thkov Village) trên Koh Rong. Vị trí này hoàn hảo cho những ai muốn trải nghiệm văn hóa địa phương trong khi tận hưởng khung cảnh ngoạn mục trong một khung cảnh yên tĩnh yên tĩnh. Đây là một nơi rất tốt ở lại nếu du khách đang tìm kiếm một loại kỳ nghỉ khác nhau.

Nhà nghỉ Inn The Village được rất nhiều khách du lịch quốc tế đánh giá rất cao. Đặc biệt là các phượt thủ và những du khách yêu thiên nhiên cùng với sự đơn giản, trên hết đó là một mức giá cực kỳ hợp lý cho chuyến khám phá đảo Koh Rong. Nếu có thể so sánh đó là một hệ thống phòng nghỉ giống với các khu nhà sàn tại Việt Nam.

Tại nhà nghỉ Inn The Village, du khách chỉ đơn giản là cần một chỗ ngủ, có màn che chắn với lũ muỗi. Tiện nghi ở đây cũng cực kỳ đơn sơ, chỗ giải trí duy nhất trong hệ thống phòng nghỉ này chỉ là bàn bida. Tuy nhiên làm gì có thời gian giải trí tại chỗ khi mà biển đảo Koh Rong đầy sức cuốn hút đối với bất kỳ du khách nào đến đây.

Inn The Village cung cấp một loại trải nghiệm kỳ nghỉ rất khác biệt để lưu trú trên bãi biển chính của Koh Rong (Koh Touch). Ở đây du khách sẽ tìm hiểu về nền văn hoá Khmer địa phương, gặp gỡ các gia đình đánh cá địa phương và biết được Campuchia thực sự sống như thế nào trên cơ sở hàng ngày. Nhà nghỉ chỉ cách XINAM một phút đi từ bãi biển tuyệt đẹp xinh đẹp, nơi du khách có thể thưởng ngoạn khung cảnh ngoạn mục trong một khung cảnh yên tĩnh yên tĩnh. Các phòng trong các boongalô đều sạch sẽ, rộng rãi và đi kèm với giường ngủ thoải mái. Không có nhà vệ sinh hay phòng tắm của phương Tây – Việc tắm vòi hoa sen được thực hiện theo cách Khmer bằng cách sử dụng một cái xô nước (một trải nghiệm rất mới mẻ ở nhiệt độ). Lò nướng, khăn tắm và khăn trải giường được cung cấp. Không có nhà hàng trên trang web, vì khách được khuyến khích giúp đỡ cộng đồng địa phương bằng cách mua từ các cửa hàng gần đó. Ngôi làng không có truy cập internet, thêm vào cảm giác Khmer thực sự. Các hoạt động bao gồm các tour du lịch trong làng, lặn biển, bơi với các sinh vật phù du, tham quan đá hoàng hôn, bóng chuyền, và du thuyền. Các chủ sở hữu của Inn đang tích cực tham gia vào việc giúp đỡ người dân địa phương, vì vậy rất nhiều lợi nhuận được thực hiện tại Inn The Village trở lại để bảo tồn cộng đồng.

Thông tin thêm:

– Tiêu Chuẩn: 1 Sao.

– Số phòng: khoảng 10 phòng.

– Giá phòng: từ 10 USD/Phòng.

Một số lưu ý khi đến nghỉ tại Inn The Village:

– Nơi này không có internet và chỉ chấp nhận thanh toán bằng tiền mặt.

– Trong giao tiếp du khách có thể sử dụng tiếng Anh hoặc tiếng Pháp đều được.

– Về những bữa ăn cho chuỗi ngày khám phá đảo Koh Rong, du khách có thể nhờ đến nhà nghỉ chuẩn bị trước bữa trưa đóng hộp cho mình để mang theo.

– Giờ nhận phòng ở đây là 14h00 và trả phòng lên đến 12h00. Những phòng của nhà nghỉ có thể đủ chỗ cho 4 người với giường tầng đơn giản.

Đăng bởi: Trần Thế Dương

Từ khoá: Trải nghiệm ở Nhà nghỉ Inn The Village, Campuchia

People Across The Country Celebrate The Victory Of U23 Vietnam


23h45Various types of celebration of the people of Da Nang

23h30 Hanoi Opera House Square is crowded with people fans holding flags, standing, dancing, and singing filled the steps, below the road, cars could not move because people stayed and cheered.

23h10 Hanoi youth dance and sing on the street On Hang Bai Street, Hoan Kiem District, with the music playing at full capacity, thousands of young people playing with their shoulders and necks sang from “Connecting big arms” to “The sound of pestle on Bom Bo squirrel”.

22h50 The streets of Hue city center are full of people. The flow of people continued to pour into the intersection area and the central streets of Hue city such as Hung Vuong, Dong Da, Le Quy Don, and Hanoi. Police stand in a line to direct traffic.

22h35 People in Thanh Hoa set off fireworks to celebrate in the rain, Thanh Hoa is pouring rain all day today. However, many young people in the city still rained down on the street to light fireworks and celebrate the victory of U23 Vietnam.

22h20A two-way street becomes a one-way street22h, The flow of people continued to pour into the downtown area of ​​Ho Chi Minh City. Tens of thousands of people gathered on the streets of Le Lai, Nguyen Thai Hoc, Nguyen Thi Nghia, Ly Tu Trong, and Nam Ky Khoi Nghia chanting “Vietnam is victorious”, “Vietnam is invincible”. The cheers mixed with the sound of car horns, the sound of pots and pans getting louder.

22h20 The center of the capital is congested, mothers and grandmothers go to the streets to cheer Under the influence of the low pressure trough, Hanoi as well as the northern provinces rained throughout the day. Tonight, while other districts are raining, the central area of ​​the capital is chúng tôi more late at night, the more fans flocked to the central streets cheering for the victory, causing some streets like Hai Ba Trung and Hue to be congested for a long time. People can only move very slowly, walking while observing the funny celebration of the mothers and grandmothers.

22h15 Nghe An people cheered for victory

22h10 Vung Tau people flock to the beach to celebrate Crowds of people flocked to the streets running along Bai Truoc beach to celebrate. Carrying flags and trumpets, Mr. Do Manh Cuong stood on the edge of the road blowing, occasionally touching to say goodbye to motorcyclists.

Not far away, a group of workers sat on the back of a truck, carrying pots, pans, and frying pans. “The contractor borrowed a car to drive us here. People at the construction site don’t have money to buy flags and trumpets, so they have nothing to use to have fun with everyone,” said Le Hoa, one of the group.

21:50 Dong Thap people celebrate the victory. Thousands of people in Cao Lanh city, Dong Thap province took to the streets to celebrate the victory. Mr. Nguyen Pham Thai, a lottery ticket seller in Cao Lanh city decided to stop selling to go storm even though there were more than 100 tickets left. With a bicycle, an additional flag and a “Vietnam Victory” headband, he said: “It’s so much fun now, tomorrow’s business will be counted.”

21h45 Bring the box speaker ‘to the storm’On Nguyen Trai and Tran Hung Dao streets (districts 1 and 5), the sea of ​​people poured out into the street with red flags and yellow stars. People on both sides of the street carrying pots and pans stood in front of their houses knocking continuously to respond.”Seeing that the team was not appreciated at the beginning of the tournament. It was so fun to win today, there was nothing in my house that made a loud noise, I brought it out and knocked with everyone,” said Mr. Hoa, a resident of Nguyen Trai Street.A young man carrying a large capacity box speaker played exciting music while the crowd continuously chanted “Vietnam is invincible” creating a very noisy atmosphere.

21h45 The center of Ho Chi Minh City is congested On the streets of Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Le Duan, Hai Ba Trung… the line of cars followed each other. Many people carry flags, wear banners, blow trumpets or use pot lids, and plastic buckets… to celebrate. Le Duan Street near Notre Dame Cathedral, the flow of cars entangled the road surface causing serious traffic jams. Groups of people were driving while raising the national flag, blowing trumpets, chanting “Vietnam victory”. Traffic police divided into several groups at intersections to separate lanes to ensure order.

21h35 Various types of celebration of the people of the ancient capital of Hue

21h30 Gia Lai people celebrate Under the cold weather, thousands of fans poured into Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, Pleiku City, to celebrate the victory of the Vietnamese team. Many people blew trumpets and held flags to shout Vietnam’s championship. Ms. Le Thi Tam, 25 years old, standing on the side of the road shouting, Vietnam won. The mountain town girl said that this was the first time with a group of friends going out to the street to celebrate the victory, and was very satisfied with the results of the Vietnamese team.

21h30 Nha Trang fans light flares to celebrate the flow of people in front of Tran Phu street, near April 2 square, which is getting more and more crowded. People lit fireworks to celebrate.

21h30 Thousands of people gathered on Dong Khoi Street, District 1 cheering

21h30 Can Tho fans celebrate in the rain immediately after the match, although it was raining heavily, many fans poured into Hoa Binh Boulevard in the central district of Ninh Kieu, cheering, cheering and celebrating the victory of the Vietnamese team.

21h25Ho Chi Minh City fans flock to Ben Thanh market

21h25The streets of Da Nang are animated by the sound of vuvuzela trumpets

21h20 Foreigners take to the streets to celebrate with Vietnam

21h18 The streets in the center of the capital were filled with cheering people

9:15 chúng tôi of ​​people celebrating victory in Linh Dam area, Hanoi


21h03 Thousands of Nha Trang fans join in the victory thousands of people poured into the streets of Tran Phu, Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, … to join the winning atmosphere of the Vietnamese men’s football team. Fans in Nha Trang said that it has been a long time since they felt the “storm” atmosphere after two years of being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

21h00 Thousands of Binh Thuan fans poured into the street immediately after the victory of the Vietnamese team, the people of Phan Thiet flooded the streets, carrying flags to the streets to celebrate the victory. The area in front of the roundabout of the victory monument, the number of people gathered to the east.

21h00 Hue people take to the streets to cheer

 (According to vnexpress )

Đăng bởi: Quân Võ Minh Anh

Từ khoá: People across the country celebrate the victory of U23 Vietnam

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