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Tean San
by: Tean San , 3 weeks ago

Welcome to Angkor Wat 

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Rick Simon

The Bali Arts Festival brings the island’s cultural scene to life for a whole month of daily exhibitions, performances and an array of art-related activities.

The festival is held to celebrate arts in Bali, as well as bring together art lovers from across the country and beyond

span style="font-size: 14px;">Location  : Taman Werdhi Budaya Arts Centre Denpasar, Bali. Date : 10 June 2017 - 10 July 2017  Admission : Free

Rick Simon

Dont miss this spectacular event which is yearly held at the biggest buddhist temple in the world on Vesakh days. This year the highlight of the festival will be held on May 11th 2017, where 2017 lanterns will be released to the sky by the monks and spectators as symbol of peace and prosperity on the year of the rooster. 

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by: Lehoang3004 , 2 months ago

Style of Hue Meals strolling tour

The Imperial Metropolis of Hue just isn't solely well-known for the Citadel and the royal household but additionally the delectable conventional dishes which might be exhausting to duplicate. Inside the Hue food walking tour it is possible for you to to discover the culinary artwork of Hue and style the meals that had been being served to the Imperial household and excessive rating officers for an inexpensive value.


We are going to meet you up at your lodge and begin the strolling tour. We are going to cross the historic Trang Tien Bridge to get to our first cease, Dong Ba Market, the place you may see and take a look at many of the elements use in making virtually all of the Hue specialty dishes and contemporary native fruits. After making an attempt native snacks and/or shopping for some souvenirs, we are going to go to some native retailers to sit down and luxuriate in one of the best native dishes of Hue. After the collection of meals, we are going to get again to the opposite river financial institution and tour across the metropolis for some time and drink Vietnamese espresso earlier than heading again to your lodge.

Should you take the tour within the night, we are going to cease on the strolling evening market and luxuriate in another native avenue meals whereas strolling round.

Bun Bo Hue – Hue Beef Vermicelli SoupBun Thit Nuong – Grilled Pork VermicelliBanh Beo – Steamed Rice Discs Topped with ShrimpBanh Loc – Filtered Tapioca DumplingsBanh Ram It – Fried dumpling topped with Sticky Rice DumplingNem Lui – Grilled Floor Pork on StickBanh Uot – Grilled Pork Wrapped with Hue Moist Rice PaperBanh Khoai – Hue Fried PancakeChe – Sweet SoupMe Xung – Sesame sweetTrai Cay – Hue Seasonal FruitsEspresso Viet – black or with condensed milk. Select both espresso, native drink or beer


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Necessary Notice: Tell us in case you have any meals allergic reactions or meals intolerance earlier than the tour begins to tailor match the dishes to be served for you.

— Hue food walking tour

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Dhanwatar Singh

Is triyuginarayan temple closed during w

Phong Nha is around 250 km far from Hue. It will take around 4-5 hour drive by means of AH1 from Hue to Phong Nha, the longest and most seasoned parkway in Vietnam. With this course you will see the normal excellence of the nation, the mountains, waterways and rice fields. The street is practically unfilled on the grounds that lone couple of drivers take this course since it is longer than Ho Chi Minh Trail. You can likewise take Ho Chi Minh Trail which is a 3-4 hour drive where you'll see the majority of the chronicled puts in DMZ territory. 
Shade to Phong Nha - Phong Nha give in visit - Dong Hoi to Phong Nha 
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park got to be distinctly one of most loved travel goals in Vietnam due to its tremendous and awesome caves.It is an UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, and just got another assignment to keep up its title. 
A recently discovered surrender, Dark Cave (Hang Toi), just got opened for open as of late. Be that as it may, it has been a standout amongst the most gone by collapses Phong Nha due to the enterprise encounter it offers. You can do zip lining and additionally kayaking to draw near to the surrender. You should swim to enter the surrender keeping in mind they go to the focal point of the buckle you'll appreciate mud shower. Inside the give in is actually dim in light of the fact that administration haven't introduced anything yet on the give in for it is likewise absolutely new for them, so you'll have a light on your protective cap. 
dim give in visit - phong nha buckle visit - Hue to Phong Nha 
(Dull surrender – Phong Nha give in visit) 
Heaven give in (Thien Duong give in), was simply found couple of years before the Dark Cave. It has been named as the longest dry collapse the world. On the main kilometer of the give in, you can stroll through a wooden pathway which has been introduced for visitors to effortlessly to get inside and welcome the initial couple of things about the surrender. The give in has been lit legitimately so you'll appreciate the walk. The following kilometers of the buckle is a considerable measure testing and you'll require a guide or potentially a doorman to bail you out. 
heaven give in visit - phong nha give in visit - Dong Hoi to Phong Nha 
(Heaven give in – Phong Nha give in visit) 
The recorded significance of the Phong Nha buckle is one of the many reasons why this place has been gone by a great deal. The give in was found around 1899 and filled numerous needs from its day of revelation until right up 'til today. You'll need to take a mythical beast vessel to get to the PhongNha buckle. It takes 30 minute vessel ride to get to the buckle and you'll need to enter the give in with the winged serpent pontoon. Before entering the buckle, your 
Shade to Phong Nha - phong nha give in visit - Hue to Phong Nha 
( Phong Nha surrender visit – Hue to Phong Nha) 
Before entering the give in, your boatman and his accomplice, typically spouse or another relative will expel the top of the watercraft to have a superior perspective of the give in. You'll be in the pontoon for an additional 45 minutes to check out the principal kilometer of the give in. Since it has been much sooner than alternate caverns, lighting on the buckle is vastly improved. The administration utilized lighting that won't harm the buckle and they didn't utilize favor hues and lights. They introduced it pleasantly that regardless it looks natural.The give in is long and enormous however it is trying to get to the focal point of it, water crafts won't have the capacity to achieve it and you'll require a guide or potentially watchman to bail you out with it. 
Method for Transportation 
Transport (Group Tour) 
$30 per pax 
Extra charge to PhongNha Cave included; Lunch; Return ticket to Hue 
$37per pax 
Extra charge to Paradise Cave included; Lunch; Return ticket to Hue 
$40 per pax 
Extra charge to Dark Cave included; Lunch; Return ticket to Hue 
Private Car 
$94 useful for 3 
English talking driver; Can stop any celebrated goals in transit simply educate the organization already; Return ticket to Hue 
$114 useful for 5 
$134 useful for 12 
On the off chance that you need to book click here: Hue to Phong Nha by private auto 
Labels: Hue to Phong Nha, Hue to Phong Nha by transport, Phong Nha cave tour, Phong Nha hollows visit, Phong Nha visit

Find more Phong Nha tour programs - Click hereThe Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2003, covered 85,754 hectares. With this extension, the site covers a total surface area of 126,236 hectares (a 46 % increase) and shares a boundary with the Hin Namno Nature Reserve in the Peoples Democratic Republic of Laos. The Park’s landscape is formed by limestone plateaux and tropical forests. It features great geological diversity and offers spectacular phenomena, including a large number of caves and underground rivers. The site harbours a high level of biodiversity and many endemic species. The extension ensures a more coherent ecosystem while providing additional protection to the catchment areas that are of vital importance for the integrity of limestone landscapes.


Outstanding Universal Value

Brief synthesis
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is located in the middle of the Annamite Mountain Range in Quang Binh province, Viet Nam, and shares its boundary with the Hin Namno Nature Reserve in the Lao PDR to the west. The property comprises an area of 123,326 ha and contains terrestrial and aquatic habitats, primary and secondary forest, sites of natural regeneration, tropical dense forests and savanna and is rich in large, often spectacular and scientifically significant caves.
The property contains and protects over 104 km of caves and underground rivers making it one of the most outstanding limestone karst ecosystems in the world. The karst formation has evolved since the Palaeozoic period (some 400 million years ago) and as such is the oldest major karst area in Asia. Subject to massive tectonic changes, the karst landscape is extremely complex, comprising a series of rock types that are interbedded in complex ways and with many geomorphic features. The karst landscape is not only complex but also ancient, with high geodiversity and geomorphic features of considerable significance.



The karst formation process has led to the creation of not only underground rivers but also a variety of cave types including: dry caves, terraced caves, suspended caves, dendritic caves and intersecting caves. With a length of over 44.5 km the Phong Nha cave is the most famous of the system with tour boats able to penetrate inside to a distance of 1,500 m. The Son Doong Cave, first explored in 2009, is believed to contain the world’s largest cave passage in terms of diameter and continuity.
A large number of faunal and floral species occur within the property with over 800 vertebrate species recorded comprising 154 mammals, 117 reptiles, 58 amphibians, 314 birds and 170 fish. The property clearly has impressive levels of biodiversity within its intact forest cover, notwithstanding some gaps in knowledge of the population status of some species. .



Criterion (viii): Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is part of a larger dissected plateau, which encompasses the Phong Nha, Ke Bang and Hin Namno karsts. The limestone is not continuous and demonstrates complex interbedding with shales and sandstones. This has led to a particularly distinctive topography. The caves demonstrate a discrete sequence of events, leaving behind different levels of ancient abandoned passages; evidence of major changes in the routes of underground rivers; changes in the solutional regime; deposition and later re-solution of giant speleothems and unusual features such as sub-aerial stromatolites. On the surface, there is a striking series of natural landscapes, ranging from deeply dissected ranges and plateaux to an immense polje. There is evidence of at least one period of hydrothermal activity in the evolution of this ancient mature karst system. The Son Doong Cave, first explored in 2009, could contain the world’s largest cave passage in terms of diameter and continuity. The plateau is one of the finest and most distinctive examples of a complex karst landform in Southeast Asia and the property is of great importance for enhancing our understanding of the geologic, geomorphic and geo-chronological history of the region.



Criterion (ix): Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park consists of a complex limestone landscape, which includes very large caves and underground rivers. The property includes karst formations which are some of the oldest and largest in Asia, and it has geological, climatic, hydrographic and ecological conditions which are distinct from other limestone karst landscapes. Its cave ecosystems and habitats are unique with high levels of endemism and adaptations displayed by cave-dependent species. The property constitutes one of the largest remaining areas of relatively intact moist forest on karst in Indochina, with a forest cover estimated to reach 94%, of which 84% is thought to be primary forest. Furthermore, the property protects globally significant ecosystems within the Northern Annamites Rainforests and Annamite Range Moist Forests priority ecoregions.


Criterion (x): A high level of biodiversity is found within the property, with over 2,700 species of vascular plants and over 800 vertebrate species. Several globally threatened species are also present: 133 plant species and 104 vertebrate species have been reported, including several large mammals such as the endangered Large-antlered Muntjac, Clouded Leopard, and the critically endangered Saola. The level of endemism is high, especially in the cave systems. Furthermore, it is estimated that over 400 plant species endemic to Viet Nam are found within the property, as well as 38 animal species endemic to the Annamite range. Several new species to science have recently been found, including cave scorpions, fish, lizards, snakes and turtles, and more species are likely to be discovered. Importantly, four threatened primate taxa endemic to the Annamites are found within the property: the Hatinh Langur (specialised in karst forest and endemic to Viet Nam and the People’s Democratic Republic of Lao), the black form of the Hatinh Langur, sometimes considered as a separate species, the Red-shanked Douc Langur, and the largest remaining population of White-cheeked Gibbon.

The property constitutes one of the largest protected karst landscapes in South East Asia. Covering an area of 123,326 ha and bounded to the west by the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, all elements necessary to manifest the outstanding geological values of the property of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park are contained within the boundaries of the property. The inscribed property is completely surrounded and protected by a buffer zone of 220,055 ha and is designated into three management zones: a strictly protected, an ecological restoration and an administrative/service zone. The watershed protection forests in the buffer zone also protect the integrity of the property. Furthermore, the extension of the property enhances its integrity and connectivity with the karst landscape in Lao PDR.


There are, however, a number of issues that affect the integrity of the property. Wildlife poaching and illegal harvesting of forest products are a direct threat to biodiversity values. The property has also suffered from past developments and its integrity could be threatened by further uncontrolled tourism developments, notably by the proposed construction of a cable car and access roads. There is a need for the implementation of Environmental Impact Assessments for any projects which could negatively affect the site. This would ensure that the natural landscape, geologic and geomorphic values, and key features such as primitive forest, caves, rivers and streams within the inscribed area remain intact. The property is situated within an area of high population density and as such a number of activities, such as cultivation, tourism, transport and freshwater fisheries could also impact on its integrity.
Protection and management requirements


Originally designated as a Nature Reserve in 1986, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park was established in 2001 under the Decision 189/QD-TTg by the Prime Minister and is managed by a Management Board. The Management Board is responsible for protection of forest resources and biodiversity and was established in 1994. Cave conservation and the provision of a tourism service are the responsibility of the Cultural and Ecological Tourist Centre under the Management Board. The property is also included in the Special National Heritage List (2009), and the Special Use Forest system (1999). The National Park is effectively protected by a number of national laws and government decisions, which prohibit any action inside or outside the boundaries of the National Park or a World Heritage property that may have a significant impact on the heritage values.

More information about Phong Nha National park contact Phong Nha Caves Tour Center

Zia Siddiqui

I am planning to visit darjiling for six days with family. Plz suggest different spots to visit in and around darjiling