Interesting places to visit in Lang Son

1. Mau Son

Mau Son Mountain
Mau Son Mountain is considered as the roof of the North-east where Mau Son peaks that travelers always want to conquer. This is also the place where Vietnam has the common borderline with China, where there is the cultural convergence of different ethnic groups going through many centuries but remaining today. Mau Son Mountain is lying among hundreds of small mountains. The climate here is mild: in the winter, Mau Son is always covering by clouds; in the summer, the sun shines brightly; in the spring, Mau Son is dyed with the red of peach flowers. Peaches in the mountain are both big and sweet. Mau Son has a very good type of tea and aromatic wine made by the people here with yeast composing of some special herbs in Mau Son. Only at that high level, with the source of water flowing from the heart of Mother Mountain, the taste is so delicious. To Mau Son, tourists can not only enjoy the scenery, fresh air but also mix themselves into the life of local people, the culture of ethnic minorities here.

2. Nhi Thanh Cave

Nhi Thanh Cave
Tam Giao Temple - Nhi Thanh Cave is one of the eight beautiful landscapes of Lang Son Province. According to many documents, the temple was built by Ngo Thi Si - the provincial governor of Lang Son for worshiping the three Confucius (Confucianism), Shakyamuni (Buddhist) and Lao Tzu (Daoism). On the left side of the temple is an image of a dragon carved, on the right side is an image of tiger carved. The layout influencing by the Taoist idea of "Left Green Dragon, Right White Tiger" corresponding to the eastern and western constellations. Opposite the cave's door and at the highest level, Ngô Thi Si set his statue on the stone which is considered one of the high-value works of art at that time. Inside the relics, there are also twenty monuments carved directly on the cliff recording many precious materials and guest writers of the contemporary scholars.

3. Bac Le Temple

Bac Le Temple
Bac Le is an ancient temple in Tan Thanh commune, Huu Lung district, Lang Son province. The temple is located on a high hill, under the shadow of ancient trees hundreds of years old. No one knows when the temple was built. However, based on the stone tablet built-in 1919, the temple was a small shrine before. Due to the donation of Hai Phong charitable person, Bac Le Shrine was built into a three-room temple in the style of Chinese architectural art. After renovated many times, the temple still retains the traditional look combined with modern elements and many ancient relics: nineteen large statues made of jack wood, parallel sentences carved delicately, etc. The temple of Mountain Goddess (the goddess provides the source of yields of mountainous area for human) - one of the three goddesses worshiped in the system of Vietnamese folk beliefs, and Chau Be, a real person in the area., According to the people in the region, Chau Be can be on behalf of Mountain Goddess to implement the wishes of the people.

4. Chi Lang Trail

Chi Lang Trail
Chi Lang Trail is the sacred land with extraordinary people in the northern border provinces of the country. With the terrain is difficult, Chi Lang is considered as the wall of Thang Long Capital, because it blocks the infiltration of Chinese invaders from the North. Chi Lang has a large scale of about 20 kilometers in length and 3 kilometers in width connecting Chi Lang and Huu Lung District of Lang Son. Chi Lang is a scenic area surrounded by the Kai Kinh Mountain in the west and Bao Dai Mountain in the east. The two points of the trail have independent high rocky mountains, forming a dangerous topographic. Chi Lang's heroic history is closely linked to the activities of the genius militants such as Ly Thuong Kiet, Tran Quoc Tuan, and the talented leaders of Lang: Phan Canh Phuc, The Loc, Hoang Dai Hue, etc.

5. Mac Citadel

Mac Citadel
The citadel of Mac Dynasty, located in the territory of Tam Thanh ward, Lang Son city, is a military architecture relic reflecting feudal Vietnam. According to the remaining documents, the citadel was a military base that prevented the monopolistic path from North to South and was built by Mac Kinh Cung in the 16th century as a base against Le - Trinh. The road from the foot of the hill to the citadel's gate now has several straight stairways. Therefore, when looking at the far position, we will feel like the whole stairway is vividly deep. And when going to the citadel, we will feel that the scene is airy. Standing inside to look out, we recognize the favorable position of the ancient citadel: in front of it is a valley of rice fields, then to the busy village, followed by the successive mountains.
Interesting places to visit in Lang Son (part 2)

6. To Thi Mountain

To Thi Mountain
In our country, the rich imagination of the people has given many mountains the name 'Vong Phu' (Forever waiting for the husband), the mountain in Binh Dinh and Khanh Hoa for example. Unlike any mountain in anywhere, a woman called To Thi with Vong Phu Mountain has become a symbol of faithfulness, has been a source of inspiration for many famous writers. The folk story about To Thi and Vong Phu mountain are told to following generations through the poetic legends. It was said that that place once had a beautiful girl. She got married and then had a son. One day, the husband left and never returned. Every afternoon, she held her son to the top of the mountain to wait for her husband. Over the years, the rain and the sun made her tired and then petrified. If you go to Lang Son without visiting the statue of To Thi, it means that you have never been to this place.

7. Gio Cave

Gio Cave
The relic of Gio Cave includes a large area with many natural caves Bo Nhan mountain range, from Sao Thuong village to the center of Mai Sao commune. The most prominent cave of them is Gio Cave. Gio Cave is 10 kilometers from the south-east of Dong Mo-Town and 34 kilometers from the north of Lang Son City. The cave is also known as Thong Gio Cave (by the name of the local people). The place was discovered by local people before 1930. In 1998, Hang Gio was surveyed by the Central Geological Survey. Then, the Lang Son General Museum in collaboration with Chi Lang District Culture and Information Office and People's Committee of Mai Sao Commune, has carried out a survey of Gio Cvave two more times (the first one was April 2001, the second was July 2003).
The road to the scenic is very convenient. From Hanoi, tourists can go by car along National Highway 1A about 125 kilometers, turn along the asphalt road 5 kilometers further to the foot of the mountain. To reach the cave's gate with a height of 100 meters compared to the yard grounds, you need to go up 392 steps made of stone and brick. The whole cave's gate is wide; the front door is about 15 meters wide, its ceiling is 10m high; the back door is 36 meters wide, its ceiling is 20 meters high. Into the cave, we see the floor is relatively flat and about 2500 square meters. The gate has a convenient path, divided into 3 floors, the length of all floors is 1500 meters. The first floor has a two-headed gate: one turn the East and other turn the West; the remaining floors turn the north. There are many stalactites hanging down. The stalactites in the ceiling, cave's wall, cave's floor and in stone columns in the cave form many shapes such as curtain, flowing water, the shape of animals (dragon, turtle, horse, etc), the shape of human and rice terraces, etc. When the light is shining, these stalactites are in all the fanciful colors.

8. Bac Son Valley

Bac Son Valley
Bac Son valley with charming scenery is located in Bac Son district. The valley is surrounded by hundreds of large and small mountains. The early morning when the clouds still cover everything and the sun begin to grow is the best time to admire the valley. If you want to have beautiful pictures, you have to get up very early to climb to the top of Na Lay mountain with a height of 600 meters. Please notice that the road to the mountain is slippery and difficult to go, so you must wear the shoes having good friction and go with your group. Some of you who are not afraid to sleep on the mountain have to prepare tents and food and drink to sleep on the mountain full of mosquitoes.
The rice fields in the valley in blue or yellow depending on the time you travel. If you want to observe the vast green rice paddies at the foot of the mountain, come here in from February to May. In June and July, the rice fields start to turn yellow, which creates a beautiful scene that nowhere has.

Phu Yen- pristine paradise

When "Yellow flowers on the green grass" were released in 2015, one of the things that people remembered most is the impressive background. Now, close your eyes and mention the name of this film, we will recall all image of the huge Om field with the cactus on the edge of the rock, and next to Om field is a deep blue ocean. For the first time, thanks to "Yellow flowers on the green grass”, it is known that there is a beautiful Phu Yen with the sea, mountains and green hills. After the hit movie, Phu Yen became a popular tourist destination and began to enter the list of many young visitors.
Phu Yen
Therefore, it's not an exaggeration that "If you want to see how beautiful Vietnam is, you must travel to Phu Yen at least once. And you will definitely enjoy a beautiful, pristine paradise with sea and mountains, with rocky stretches and breathtaking views.

This is because of many wild and unprofessional tourism, meaning that Phu Yen is still a mystery with the majority. People just know to travel to Phu Yen, but no one knows what to do and where to go. This article will probably help the visitors to answer that part. The article is not really complete yet, but I believe the visitors will be provided with background knowledge about memorable and magnificent things of this beautiful land before the actual arrival.

The road from Tuy Hoa city to the south (go to Hon Nua, Vung Ro, etc) is a coastal road Phu Yen - very beautiful! Hon Nua, which can be seen from Deo Ca, is 40 kilometers from Tuy Hoa City. You must spend 20 minutes getting there. There is also Lighthouse, so you can visit and view the sea overlooking immense surroundings. Hon Nua is very beautiful, the sea around in the wrist. However, Hon Nua is extremely primitive, and there aren't any tourist service. As a result, if you intend to camp overnight, you must prepare food and drink.

The next destination I would recommend is Vung Ro Scenic Area. This is a very peaceful bay, close to the edge of the Deo Ca mountain range. Just take a moment to run the car, so you will be ecstatic by the picturesque scenery of the bay.
Vung Ro Scenic Area
Travelers are advised to come to Phu Yen by plane. Tuy Hoa Airport, located in Phu Thanh Ward, Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province, is 06 km south from the center of Tuy Hoa City. About 35 kilometers south-east from Tuy Hoa City, Bai Mon - Mui Dai Lanh Beach possesses a beautiful coastline with clear water, clear blue water, and white sand. If you can, you can stay one more night, so early morning the next run-up to the Lighthouse to see the dawn soonest at the East End.

Because of the long coastline, Phu Yen coastal road is one of the most beautiful roads in Vietnam. The road is wide, one side is the deep blue sea mixed with the vast sky. Surely, roaming on this road will be one of the nicest experiences you've ever had!

Of course, when coming to Phu Yen, you have to spend a few hours visiting Bai Xep, and look at the beautiful scenery in "Yellow flowers on the grass". Located in the North of Tuy Hoa City, Bai Xep owns a vast expanse of rocky and unspoiled cacti and rocky cliffs overlooking the deep sea below. You can see, all that on the film only to portray a tenth of the beauty and immensity of this place.
Bai Xep
Near Bai Xep is Hon Yen island. When the tide ebb away in the afternoon, you can walk from the mainland to the island. This will certainly be a great place to take thousands of photos. You not only can lean on the grass but also have a look at Bai Xep or the distant islands between the vast blue sea.
You should also spend time visiting Bai Om. Bai Om, 72 km from the city, owns a long beach with coconut trees, clean white sand, and crystal clear sea, not to mention the unspoiled and deserted background. Then, take a moment to visit Diem Stone - the place "must come", "must take pictures" once visited Phu Yen. Standing by, you can take a moment to pass over Mang Lang Church, take some pictures and see this beautiful architecture.

6 coffee shops attract many customers in Saigon

Ho Chi Minh City is a city developed by tourist sites, restaurants and hotels in Vietnam. Also, if you are a fan of coffee, do not forget to read the following article to choose the coffee shop to the best of his travel offline.

1. Pergola

Pergola
With the main violet color, the garden restaurant is known as luxurious and more beautiful than other cafes in the inner city of Saigon. Around every seat, there are green trees nearby the lakes, so it always feels comfortable and relieved that outside space. In the evenings, shimmering with romantic colors from all kinds of neon light, candles that are wonderful and romantic extremely. Moreover, the service here is also quite good. The spacious and beautiful space is an advantage for dating friends, lover, family gatherings, corporate parties, group parties, parties, or meetings with partners, customers.

2, MiA Garden Coffee

MiA Garden Coffee
District 2 is home to many large and beautiful cafe. One of them is MiA Garden Coffee that is famous for its beautifully decorated space. This restaurant is located in the front of the road but it is not noisy. This is suitable for a cool afternoon with friends or family. In the morning, you will find the romantic flower truss decorated in the shop and it can be used for the background to take beautiful pictures always. MiA Garden Coffee not only sells delicious drinks but also sells quality pastries, too. Do not forget to come here once when traveling Saigon. 

3, Cafe 7 Ky Quan - Beautiful cafe in District 6

Cafe 7 Ky Quan
7 Ky Quan is a unique beautiful coffee shop in Saigon because it has a very large space to re-image many wonders in the world such as Ha Long Bay of Vietnam, Pyramid Ai The Taj Mahal of India, the Angkor Wat relic of Cambodia, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in West Asia and the Artemis Temple in Greece and so on. With this bold, creative idea, the 7th wonder cafe is the number one destination for lovers of photography, taking pictures of the mighty or eternal nature. 
The dishes in the cafe 7 wonders are considered as both diversified, both delicious and attractive. Besides, this coffee shop also provides you with professional service and furniture, comfortable seating space. Especially, the evening is quite stunning with the light scattered throughout the path and on the decoration of the coffee shop. 

4, Little Chair Coffee - Beautiful cafe in District 7

Little Chair Coffee
Little Chair Coffee is located at Nguyen Thi Thap, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City. This coffee shop was designed a classic vintage style very own so you come here to take pictures, dating or chat with your lover and friends. This is also the destination of some celebrities video recording because decorative items in this area are decorated to create a warm and gentle feeling. The music here is mostly light music and romantic music to make customers feel as comfortable as possible. Besides, the quality is also very good and the price is affordable. It is not difficult to understand that the restaurant is considered one of the most popular cafes in Saigon.

5, Huong Dong Noi Cafe

Huong Dong Noi Cafe
Huong Dong Noi Cafe is one of the beautiful cafes in Saigon that successfully depicts the green prairie space as a picture of the countryside of Southern France. The space is extremely beautiful and romantic with white swings, flowers full of paths and murmuring waterfalls to feel the lightness of the countryside quiet. Even, Huong Dong Noi is a dating destination for couples who love romance, sophistication, and lightness. Some people come to the wedding to take pictures, save the most beautiful moments of love, too. However, the bar of this shop is expensive and slightly difficult to see when viewed from the outside.

6, Oasis Cafe

Oasis Cafe
Cafe Oasis is a popular place among the beautiful cafes in Saigon. Located in an alleyway right at Nguyen Thai Son crossroad, turn to Pham Van Dong and you will see a small alley to enter the coffee shop next to a temple. The outside space is like an ancient and majestic castle, while the inside is a combination of lyrical and sophisticated in each ornament as well as the overall setting. The shop has two floors with suspension lights and aquarium colorful enough, there are plenty of space from air conditioning to the garden for you to choose. Therefore, do not forget to visit this shop if you would like to enjoy the most interesting in Saigon.

Alternative Vietnam: a vacation alongside the locals


Vietnam is a destination that is still little touched by mass tourism but that certainly has much to offer to all types of travelers, including those who can not give up comfort.
What to see during a trip to Vietnam and how to experience it in close contact with the locals? 
A trip to Vietnam can begin with a visit to its capital Hanoi, in order to shift right after towards less touristy pathways. Hanoi is a picturesque and unique city located in the north of the country and surrounding the lake Hoan Kiem on which hovers an ancient legend: it seems that a warrior who fought and defeated enemies to achieve independence, has succeeded thanks to the sword given by the God Turtle. Legend has it that after independence were obtained, the Turtle God emerged from this lake in the form of a turtle for the return of the weapon.
Besides the lake, in Hanoi, you can admire the Temple of Literature, a building dating back to the year 1000, as well as the first seat of the Vietnamese University and the spectacular Pagoda with a single pillar, a unique building built near the Mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the national hero who made Vietnam independent and thus allowed its unification.

Alternative Vietnam: a vacation alongside the locals


If during your travels you like to discover unique and less frequented and unusual natural landscapes, make a stop in the area of Sapa or Mu Cang Chai, always in the North of the country. Here, you can admire a vast extension of beautiful terraces where rice is grown dotted with small villages of farmers. Here you can find some holidays apartment in Vietnam to live like the locals.
The best time to enjoy the spectacle of the intense yellow colour of the rice fields is at the beginning of September, while in spring and summer the terraces are completely flooded but offer the same unique view.
After having left the North, there is able to direct toward the south of the Country (also with internal flight if you don't have many days to disposition) in order to catch up Ho Chi Minh City, the legendary Saigon, that is introduced like a lively and modern metropolis but under its sparkling lights it hides the memories of its tormented past. In this city  visit the pagoda An Quang, a place of Buddhist worship where peace and silence reign supreme. Did you know that there are still some traces of the French domination? No? Well, maybe you should go and visit the Cathedral of Notre Dame here in Ho Chi Minh City, city capable of surprising thanks to its melting pot of cultures, traditions and religions that now finally coexist in harmony.
To live, instead, the Vietnamese nightlife in the middle of the local you can go in Pham Ngu Lao Street, an area full of shops, restaurants and bars meeting place of many tourists and expats.
During a trip to Vietnam it is essential to stop in Hue, its ancient imperial capital where history, religion and mysticism come together to give the visitor a wonderful glimpse of this nation and understanding of the local culture.
Hue was the capital of the Empire of the Nguyen dynasty from 1802 to 1945 and here you can admire the Imperial Citadel declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its particular urban structure built according to a precise symbolism. This Citadel is, in fact, protected by 7 ramparts 10 meters wide interspersed with 10 towers and 10 doors and inside there are buildings arranged according to the 5 cardinal points of Vietnamese culture, ie north, south, east, west and center that correspond to five elements, earth, metal, wood, water, fire that in turn respond to various colors.

Another charming thousand-year-old city in Vietnam is Hội An, whose historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO: it was the most important commercial port of Vietnam thanks to its strategic position along the estuary of the river Thu Bon, and was frequented by Chinese, British, Dutch, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Indian, Filipino, Indonesian, Thai, Japanese, traders. In particular, Japanese and Chinese people arrived in the city in spring with the right wind and left again in summer, staying in the city waiting for the monsoon winds to bring them home. These two, therefore, are the two civilizations that have influenced most architecturally and culturally the community of Hoi An. Hoi An flourished until the end of the 19th century when the river flooded with mud and the commercial port was transferred to Da Nang, 30km further north.

Since then, time has stopped at Hoi An. The city has remained crystallised as it was and thanks also to UNESCO, which has suspended and limited the architectural development, Hoi Ab has come to us almost intact, as it used to be.

Are you wondering where to sleep in Vietnam on the sea? It is strongly recommended a stop at the Ha Long Bay, in Vietnamese the bay where the dragon descends into the sea, another location included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the emerald water of this spectacular bay emerge rocky spurs of various shapes and there are over 2000 islands and islets that combine to create a breathtaking scenery that will allow you to sleep in Vietnam on the sea.

Last practical tips:

Vietnam is a country with many different climates that vary widely from north to south and depending on altitude, but there are a few months a year that are can be considered ideal to visit entirely: the months from September to December (autumn) and March to April (spring) are in fact the best time to go to Vietnam and avoid the monsoon rains that characterize the rest of the year. South Vietnam: Dry season from December to April-May and rainy season from May to November. In any case, the rains are often and willingly concentrated within a few hours during the day
Central Vietnam: The rainy season starts around November and generally ends in December-January.  November is instead, along the coast, period of typhoons. However, August - November is instead, along the coast, period of typhoons. The best time to visit the region is from February to July.
North Vietnam: The best time to visit is from October to December, with warm, sunny days. Then it starts to get "cold". The dry season begins and lasts until April-May. The rainy season is approximately from May to September.

6 Reasons Why Maui Is the Ultimate Vacation Destination

There are tens of thousands of tropical islands to visit around the world, but not all of them are created equal. Maui, Hawaii, consistently takes the top spot on “top island” lists, which should come as no surprise to anyone who's visited the picture-perfect island in the past. Although Hawaii has many areas to enjoy, like the North Shore on Oahu or the Na Pali Coast, the crown jewel of Hawaii is the island of Maui. Many people take advantage of Maui beach condos and visit on a seasonal basis. These are a few reasons why Maui is the ultimate vacation destination. 

1. Explore Ancient Civilizations

Maui has much to offer from restaurants to bustling city centers. However, if you're willing to go a little off the beaten path here, you can find some secluded spots that offer postcard-worthy landscapes and gorgeous small towns. Take a hiking trip to reach the petroglyphs near Kaiolohia. The little bit of effort hiking is well worth the results, taking you back through time thousands of years. The early inhabitants of Hawaii carved images in a range of forms. Some of them were only known to the Hawaiians before they were inhabited by the West. You can also see the petroglyphs along the Polihua Trail or at Kaunolu, depending on where your travels take you.

2. Travel to Hana

One of the top attractions on the island Maui is actually not a single spot, but actually, the 50-mile road that leads to Hana. Take your time navigating through dense forest and stop at any number of the amazing waterfalls. You can even stop along the way and take in some quick hikes and note the amazing views. Stop at a tropical snack stand if you start getting hungry. Coconut Glen's ice cream is praised as one of the best, most iconic stops, but you can find others along the way. If the weather is warm, you can even take a dip in natural pools. This journey is an amazing one that many visitors overlook, but it's well worth the time.

3. Surf in Paia

No trip to Hawaii would be complete without trying at least one watersport. At the start of the road to Hana, a funky beach town named Paia can be found. Be sure to pack your surfboards, because this is the spot where surfers and windsurfers go after spending the day at the nearby Ho'okipa Beach. This town used to be a sugarcane enclave but now it's one of the coolest towns in Hawaii. Spend the morning on the beach and then explore the town. You'll enjoy the colorful boutiques, amazing coffee shops and plenty of tasty spots to enjoy a relaxed meal.

4. Take in a Luau


You'll find many opportunities to enjoy luau's when you're in Maui. However, the Old Lahaina Luau is one of the best ones to experience. You'll get to discover the beauty of the hula, the traditional dance led by the locals.

You'll also get to enjoy a tasty meal on a luau buffet. Try the kaua pork that has been cooking for the day in a leaf-lined pit. This is a traditional Hawaiian night so make sure to arrive early to see everything that happens at a luau. You can also grab a drink and watch the sunset before the show starts.

5. Visit the Garden of Eden

Although all of Maui has something beautiful, the Garden of Eden can be found on the island at the beginning of the road to Hana. If you enjoy local plants, you can see more than 750 species of plants in the oasis. The must-see plants include a mango tree that's survived for over 100 years. Make sure to stop by the grove of eucalyptus that have a kaleidoscope of neon bark naturally. You should also be sure to look at the views of Keopuka Rock and Upper Puohokamoa Waterfalls from the garden. These were spots that have been made famous in the recent movie Jurassic Park so you may recognize some of the areas.

6. Take a Helicopter Tour

It may sound like an over-the-top touristy thing to do, but taking a helicopter tour across Maui is something you’ll never forget. Experience Maui with a birds’ eye view means seeing the mountain peaks, lush rainforests, waterways, and towns in a way that everyday tourists never get to experience. Blue Hawaiian Helicopters, Air Maui, and Maverick Helicopters are some of the most notable in the business, offering a number of packages to take you above waterfalls, through valleys, and alongside towering cliffs. Tours typically range from $150 to $350 per person, but they vary based on the location and duration of the flight. Some tours involve only certain areas, while longer tours offer views of the entire island, from coast to coast, from above.

In short, Maui is the ultimate vacation destination. The island is easy to navigate and you can travel to any number of spots to explore, shop, eat, and much more. Plan your trip to include these top spots and make sure to visit other attractions you discover along the way as well. Regardless of how much time you're going to spend on Maui, you'll be sure to find an abundance of things to do that interest you and your family. In fact, you'll probably have a hard time fitting everything into just one trip!

Explore Beautiful Tourist’s Places In The Himalayan Region

Are you looking to host the tour in Himalaya region? You have various options to choose best travel operator. In this location, travelers go tour with specific tour packages. The yoga tour packages in Himalaya takes nine nights and ten days. It provides chances for people get to relax in the tour. It is the peaceful location for visitors to see more beautiful and amazing places. It gives more memorable moments in your life and offers a chance to enjoy the lot with nature. Travel operators are available to visit more tourist places with your family. It explores awesome places and assists you to find spirituality, peace, the bounty of nature and serenity.

Best time for chadar trek Ladakh:
January and February are the best time to make the trip to the location. In the trekking, there are many breathtaking and intriguing places offer a chance to interact with village people. You find monasteries and Buddhist culture in the location. It takes 15 to 20 minutes on driving on daytime and 25 to 35 minutes at night. It is one of most adventurer spots to travelers. In the trekking, people see all fine-looking places at cost-effective prices.

A place to visit in yoga tour:

Rishikesh and the Ganges River Valley:
It is a good place to get relaxation. It is nestled in the foothills of Himalayan Mountains. It is surrounded with temples and ashrams which home of different gods. In this, you might go to yoga classes and workshops. In addition, it is acknowledged with god Vishnu.

Haridwar:
In the trip, you visit Akshardham temple to worship God. It is well-known sightseeing places in Delhi. It gives peace of mind to all people. Yoga sessions will be handled by experts. They offer a professional guide to do all asanas in the institute.

Rajaji National Park:
In the park, you might go wildlife safari. Yoga session will be hosted at morning time. In the special season, you enjoy more in the park. Yoga assists people to gain more knowledge and get the stress free life. You meet astrologer to resolve risks in your real life. It is the best to place to know more about meditation and yoga.


Places to visit in chadar trek in Ladakh:

Chopta:
In the chadar trek Ladakh you might see chopta which located 2900 meters of Deoria Tal. Tourist reaches this spot via road. It provides beautiful views of Peak including Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Chaukhamba. It differs with the home of flora and fauna.

Chandrashila:
It is also called Moon rock. It shows views of tugnath mountain peaks. It is located at 13000 feet higher than the sea level. It gives some attractions of Nandadevi Peak, Trishul, Kedar Peak, Bandar punch and Chaukhamba Massif peaks. From the location, you find a stunning view of Himalayan Mountains.

If you are looking to host a trip on your occasion days, you have to choose best travel agents to see new tourist spots.

5 Most Visited Religious Destinations Of Kerala




Kerala is a small yet most visited state of the country India and this is because of the exceptional beauty of the land. This state is not just gifted with an alluring nature ambiance, but there are several ancient temples which owe a great importance and thousands of devotees visit the temple in the God’s own land every day.

So one needs to make some time to visit the ancient temples in the state Kerala and gain a delightful experience of the holiday.

1. Thirunelli Temple

One of the ancient temples in the outstanding destination Kerala is the Thirunelli temple located in the Wayanad district. This is a very mesmerizing location which is even nicknamed as the Kasi of the Southern part of India and is dedicated to lord Vishnu. The architecture of the temple is another appealing attraction and one can see rare paintings, sculptures, carving and many more in the temple complex. This sacred place is visited by thousands of devotes every year and the whole region turns very attractive during the auspicious days.

2. Vadakkunathan Temple

This temple is located in the temple town of Kerala Thrissur. The specialty of this temple is that it delivers a pleasant message that the almighty is same and there is no difference between Lord Shiva and Vishnu. There is a shrine Shankaranarayana in the temple which stands as a special attraction. The temple turns much more opulent during the time of the festival Thrissur Pooram. There is a shrine of Rama, Shiva and a temple of Devi in the complex, which are to be seen during the holiday.

3. Sabarimala Temple

Located in the Shayadri ranges this is one of the popular temples of Kerala dedicated to Lord Ayyappa. Sabarimala is a sacred temple and people visit this temple in the month of January after following the strict Deeksha or Mandal puja of 41 days. Everyone cannot enter the temple and one needs to follow a few rules to reach the 18 holy steps which are before the deity. This is one of the notable temples in the southern part of India, which is mostly visited by devotees during the day of Makar Sankranti a Hindu festival. 

4. Guruvayoor Temple

Dedicated to the Lord Krishna this temple in Guruvayur is very holy to all the Keralites. This is an ancient temple which reflects the heritage and this opulent temple turns much more catchy during the day Ekadasi. Thousands of devotees visit the temple to see special ceremonies on a particular day and especially during the auspicious months. The deity is decorated with a Tulasi garland and the temple owes a vibrant ambiance. The architecture of the temples is a special feature and this was constructed in such a manner that the sun ray touches the feet of the idol in the summer. This is one of the most visited temples of not just the state of Kerala, but the most wonderful south Indian temple.

5. Padmanabha Swamy Temple

A great religious place in Kerala is the Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple, which is known for its amazing architecture. The construction style of the temples amazes every individual; especially the gopuram in Dravidian style mesmerizes travelers. The temple and the beauty of the carvings along with the idol of Lord Vishnu are worth of visiting once in a lifetime. Not just the construction style and the idol, but the whole temple is a masterpiece loaded with remarkable structures that grabs the attention of every traveler.

You can get several India Tour Packages to visit above noted temples of Kerala and one can visit several other amazing temples with appealing art and architecture in and around the state.

Indian Railways Train Classes


Indian Railways comprises of several classes which many people are unfamiliar with. To understand all the categories better, we have put up an explanation for what to expect in every class available in the Indian Railways.
Unreserved General Class
This class is meant for people who cannot afford to spend too much in buying a ticket, as well as those who were not lucky to secure a confirmed ticket in the sleeper class. Reservations are not necessary and overcrowding is quite a normal phenomenon in the coaches. Standing and sitting room is available, but many choose to use the floor space to lie down as well. The unreserved class is not ideal for long distance traveling.
Second Class
You will need seat reservations for the Second Class category. This class is ideal for daytime intercity travel without investing a lot of money. The seats do not recline but are cushioned in a bench-style fashion. The Sleeping facility is not available here. Though reservations are necessary, many can be seen traveling without a ticket.
Sleeper Class
Sleeper class is ideal for the middle-class community. Use railway apps to check live running status after you have made your seat reservations. Carriages have open-plan compartments containing six beds. Middle beds can be folded flat in order to allow every passenger to sit comfortably. Two more beds are placed along the aisle. Washrooms are of both Indian and Western styles.
Three Tier AC Class
This class is also called 3AC and is preferred for the comfort and peace it provides. The arrangement is similar to that of a sleeper class. But, the windows are tinted and cannot be opened. Passengers are provided with towels, pillows, sheets, and blankets. If pantry service is available, meals are also provided at specified timings.
Two Tier AC Class
Upper-class travelers prefer the Two Tier AC Class. It has more space as there are four beds instead of six in every compartment. Similar to the other classes, two beds are also present along the aisle. Towels and bedding materials are provided to every passenger, as in case of 3AC. Curtains are present to provide privacy to the travelers.
First Class AC
The cost of this class is twice the amount of 2AC and is similar to air travel. Compartments have lockable doors, containing four or two beds. The beds are also wider as compared to other classes. Room freshener, towels, blankets, pillows, and sheets are all provided to every passenger.
Other than these classes, there are several other classes in chair cars. We are going to discuss them in brief.
  • Executive AC Chair Car: These are super-fast and run only between major cities, like Jaipur, Agra, and Delhi.
  • AC Chair Car: These are meant for shorter distances between several major cities. The carriages are little more crowded than the Executive Class. 
  • Second Class – Jan Shatabdi: This is a budget train. It includes non-AC and AC coaches.
Now that you know the different classes available in Indian railways, carefully evaluate your finances and comfort requirements and make reservations accordingly.

5 Tips That You Should Keep in Mind When Traveling around Southeast Asia


There are too many tourist attractions in Southeast Asia. From its lush rainforests and white sand beaches to its historical landmarks, it’s no wonder that many tourists flock to this region to satisfy their wanderlust. Plus, when you’re in Southeast Asia, you’d got to experience its vibrant culture and hospitable people.



Are you eager now to stroll around this wonderful region? Well, I can feel your excitement, but it will do you good if you’d know these tips for you to have a safe and fun journey. So take your time and read!

Look Out for Weather Updates

Wherever is the destination of your travel journey, it’s advisable that you look for weather updates of the place you’re traveling for your safety and convenience. Most countries in Southeast Asia have a hot and humid climate, but there are seasons when monsoon typhoons hit these places.

When it’s monsoon months, tourists don't typically travel to Southeast Asia because rains and winds during this season are so nasty that you won’t enjoy your travel that much. As such, keeping yourself up with the weather news about the place is a must. You can also check the website of the country to look for the best time of the year for traveling.

Plan Your Budget Wisely


If there’s one important thing that you should prioritize in your travel, it’s your budget. It’s advisable that you should consider your budget and have a plan for it based on the country you’re visiting and how you would like to experience the place. Ask yourself if you have to make your travel luxurious or simple.

If you want to make your travel experience sample, there are hotel accommodations in Southeast Asia that will suit your budget. You can also find a lot of affordable food in many countries in Southeast Asia that will satisfy your taste palate.

Think about Camping Out

If you’re tight on your budget and you want to make the most of your money, you can consider camping out. There are a lot of wonderful places in Southeast Asia that are ideal for that purpose. Also, you can have a one-of-a-kind experience when you camp out.

If you think Southeast Asia is a beautiful place during the day, then you have to see it during the night. There are a lot of camp bases in Southeast Asia that you can take refuge. You can look for fellow travelers, especially backpackers, in the place for you to have companions in staying outdoors.

Another tip: make sure that you keep your safety on top of your priority when you’re going to camp out.

Learn about the Rich Culture of the Place You’re Visiting

Southeast Asia is home to rich and vibrant cultures. You can find in this region various indigenous communities with their vibrant history and arts. If you miss this part of Southeast Asia, you’ll not complete your travel experience in the place.

You can travel to countries like Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Philippines to experience Southeast Asia’s vibrant culture.

Travel Light


When traveling, it’s important to keep in mind that you pack light. Just bring your essential travel things so that you’ll not burden yourself with too many things on your journey. Pack things like your jeans, underwear, swim shorts, T-shirts, and a pair of sunglasses.

It’s also important that you have an excellent backpack to store these things. You can look for travel backpacks in sites like Deal Wiki.

Takeaway

Southeast Asia has a lot to offer for a traveler. Number one of these things are the top tourist attractions that will surely make your travel experience extra-special. There's also the vibrant Southeast Asian culture and its people.

But, before you embark on your journey to this beautiful region, it’s essential that you equip yourself with the travel tips above to make your travel safe and fun.

Tips for Transportation from Ninh Binh to Halong Bay

According to a lot of international travelers, Tam Coc in Ninh Binh and Halong Bay are 2 most beautiful destinations that highly recommended by the top-ranking tour packages Vietnam Excursions. Actually, Tam Coc and Halong Bay are quite similar as they both contain a priceless enormous karst system dating back to millions of years ago. However, the limestone islets in Halong Bay are on the sea and Tam Coc's ones can be found on land which surrounded by different scenery. So how to move around these 2 charming destinations? Read our post to find our:

The breathtaking landscape in Halong Bay

Tam Coc, Ninh Binh - the so-called "Halong Bay on land"
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Local Buses

One of the safest and most stable transportations to transfer between these 2 attractions should be the bus. However, there is not any bus that departs from Ninh Binh directly to Halong Bay. Therefore, all you need to do is to catch the local bus from the city center of Ninh Binh to My Dinh or Giap Bat bus station in Hanoi, where you can easily catch the one to Quang Ninh province and Halong City. What is more, it may take 30 minutes to 1 hour in the Bus stations in Hanoi cause you will have to find the right vehicles.


Private Cars

A bit more expensive than local buses, you can easily ask the hotel receptionists in Ninh Binh to arrange a private car for you. It is much more convenient and comfortable because the departure time and all the stopovers are all up to you. It is much better if you are in groups, because the price for the private cars will be divided into the number of passengers. It will take you around 6.5 hours to reach the stunning area of Halong Bay, so prepare your headphones, snacks, and a full-battery cellphone.


Motorbikes

For those who are already familiar with the traffic and roads in Vietnam, motorbike will be also a great idea. Although a motorbike trip really depends on the weather, external conditions and especially your health, it guarantees you the opportunity to not only contemplate the beautiful scenery in the outskirt of cities. The trip may take the whole day (about 7-8 hours) to transfer including the time for meals, so make sure you get up early. During the trip, you can feel free to stop at anywhere for stretching your legs and taking photographs, admire the immense lush rice paddies, rustic villages as well as tranquil rivers of Northern Vietnam’s countryside.

However, as a foreigner travelling in a strange country, you have to be always careful of everything you meet on the road. The traffic polices in some provinces in Northern Vietnam, especially Hai Duong, are not really friendly, even with Vietnamese people. Don’t sleep on your helmet, the motorbike’s blue cards, Vietnamese travelling insurance (please ask the motorbike owner) as well as your international license (if available). To avoid accidental scams and problems, you should always lock and park your bike in publicly crowded spots, always ask for the prices before purchasing anything on the road and even bargain until you meet a good price.

  
Seaplanes

Another fast and unique way to transfer from Ninh Binh to Halong is to take the Seaplane, which departs from Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi. All you need is to book the Hai Au Aviation on its offical website: https://www.seaplanes.vn/en/ or contact your hotels in Ninh Binh for the tickets, then, you need to catch a local bus or private car arranged by the hotels to the airport. There, you will be easily accessible to the seaplane. At an affordable price (from $175), you will only have to waste 45 minutes on Hai Au Aviation from Halong straight to Halong Bay in stead of 4.5 hours driving. Furthermore, the seaplane will surely offer you an once-in-a-life-time opportunity to contemplate the stunning landscape of Northern Vietnam at an elevation of 150m, including many beautiful attractions such as: Red River Delta, Co Loa Ancient Citadel, the bustling port city - Hai Phong and of course the World’s Wonder: Halong Bay. 


Indeed, it is sure amazing to admire an enormous million-year limestone area of Halong Bay, tiny Halong river cruises and the emerald water on Seaplane, when you will easily recognize that all the professional services and experiences Hai Au Aviation will offer are more than what you paid for.


After reading our post, we hope you've chosen for yourself an ideal vehicle to reach Halong Bay. Once setting foot in Halong Bay, all you need to do is book one of Halong Bay Cruises and enjoy to the fullest!