Tuesday, October 27
       

Vietnam Journey

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Title: Vietnam “Impression of a Journey”
Source:  Netztreu (Youtube)

The first chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  Visiting Hanoi in the north of Vietnam.  Walk besides the Hoan Kiem Lake, take a look into the Temple of the Jade Mountain (Vietnamese: Đền Ngọc Sơn), visit the Temple of Literature, have a quick look at the One Pillar Pagoda and the Trấn Quốc Pagoda, potter around the french and the old quarter and have a brief look at the traditional Hanoi Water Puppet Theatre.

The second chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  Visiting Ha Long bay in the north of Vietnam.  See the impressive and marvelous karsts of the Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, descend into the Thien Cung Cave and pass floating fishing villages.

The third chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  Visiting Hoi An in the mid of Vietnam.  Follow to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Walking around the old town, you visit the old houses of Tan Ky and Phung Hung, enter the the town’s landmark, the Japanese bridge, tour several temples, the famous Phouc Kien Assembly Hall, be charmed by the colorful lanterns at night and discover the 2000 years old Cham Temples of My Son.

The fourth chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  Enter the Citadel of Hue and his forbidden purple city.  Take a trip on a dragon boat along the Perfume River and visit the tomb of emperor Tu Duc and the Dien Hon Chen temple.  Lastly you climb the steps up to the town’s landmark, the Thien Mu Pagoda.

The fifth chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  Visiting Saigon in the south of Vietnam.  A lot to see in Ho Chi Minh City*, former (and still) called Saigon: walking along the Dong Khoi, a famous boulevard during the French occupation, visiting several pagodas like the old Emperor Jade Pagoda, exploring the Chinese Quarter Cho Lon* with its mystic temples, ambling around exotic markets and getting an impression of Pham Ngu Lao, the backpacker quarter, by night.

The sixth chapter of the Vietnam travel film (impressions of a journey).  On this Mekong Delta tour you can follow the traditional way of producing rice paper and rice noodles, learn how to prepare “Golden Power” – the ultimate impotence drug, cruising around the Mekong River and see the impressive floating market of Cai Rang.

 

 

 

 

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