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Gửi lúc 04:26' 14/03/2012
When night falls, Hong Kong's nightlife is just getting underway and the whole city takes on a completely new look. Tourists, after a long day of sightseeing, shopping and other activities, head towards the glittering network of pubs, bars, casinos, karaoke and nightclubs. Residents shed the burden of the day and dedicate the night for partying.

Gửi lúc 04:23' 14/03/2012
Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate, with hot, humid summers and cool, dry winters. Winter lasts from January to March. January and February tend to be rather cool (15-20 C or 59-68 F), with not much rain but a fair amount of cloud. Around May time, the weather is starting to get warmer and wetter.

Gửi lúc 04:22' 14/03/2012
Shopping in Hangzhou will not disappoint you since it is another "shopping paradise" in China. The city offers a superb collection of local crafts, rare arts and other souvenirs. Typical Hangzhou specialties and souvenirs include Hangzhou Silk, Hangzhou Embroidery, West Lake Silk Umbrellas, Tianzhu Bamboo Chopsticks, as well as White Chrysanthemum tea and world-famous Longjing tea.

Gửi lúc 04:21' 14/03/2012
Hangzhou dishes are best representative of Zhejiang cuisine, which is one of the eight representative local cuisines of China. Hangzhou dishes are noted for its elaborate preparations, sophisticated way of cooking and its most refreshing taste. It is not only delicious, but extremely elegant in appearance also so beautiful as to equal the Hangzhou landscape.

Gửi lúc 04:21' 14/03/2012
Reading this article and planning to travel through Yen Bai, then be prepared to expect the unexpected, be planned that your travel plan be changed, be aware that local people are still curious about the outside world, be known that the unknown remains in the local culture...A trip through Yen Bai can be a challenge or a reward; it could help to accumulate many unforgettable memories of adventure travel or it could disappoint the tourists who are more used to amenities...all depends...

Gửi lúc 04:19' 14/03/2012
When the sun goes down, the serene Hangzhou takes on another appearance. Neighborhood bars and pubs are popular of course, but if your tastes run deeper, check out other Hangzhou nightlife selections. Whatever your preferences are, you're sure to find an entertainment that suits your mood. Here are our recommendations for Hangzhou's best nightlife:

Gửi lúc 04:18' 14/03/2012
Hangzhou experiences four distinct seasons with hot summers and cold winters. The average temperature in summer is 29°C (84°F) and in winter is 3°C (37°F). Summers are rainy through May and July and can grow exceedingly humid.

Gửi lúc 04:18' 14/03/2012
For the travellers who end their tour of Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City, you may like to get relaxed in Vung Tau for a few days during the week before heading home. Vung Tau is quite quiet and relaxing on a weekday.  Don’t forget to visit the White Villa, the former Governor’s Residence. A hike at sunset to the giant statue of Jesus atop Nui Nho Mountain offers a fabulous view of the city and the surroundings.

Gửi lúc 04:17' 14/03/2012
Vinh Phuc Province is a buffer area between the plain of the Red River Delta and the mountains in the north-western part of Vietnam.

Gửi lúc 04:14' 14/03/2012
 Thanks to the Upper (Tien River) and Lower (Hau) Tributaries of the Mekong River, the soil of Vinh Long is ideal for agriculture, aquaculture and horticulture. Vinh Long is famous for its grapefruits, mangoes, mandarins, oranges, longans, rambutans, durians...Besides, traveling in Vinh Long the tourists will be treated with the fresh tiger prawns or elephant fish or basa fish.

Gửi lúc 04:13' 14/03/2012
Tuyen Quang is a mountainous province in the north-east of Vietnam, 155 km from Hanoi. Tuyen Quang borders Ha Giang and Cao Bang Provinces to the north, Bac Kan and Thai Nguyen Provinces to the east, Vinh Phuc and Phu Tho Provinces to the south and Yen Bai Province to the west.

Gửi lúc 04:06' 14/03/2012
Tra Vinh Province is composed of the Kinh, the Hoa and the Khmer, hence there's a blend of culture in the province. Attractions of Tra Vinh include pagodas and temples of the Kinh, the Hoa and the Khmer Communities.