Cambodia - 10 best things to do | Awesome nature, beautiful beaches, great temple architecture, a lively capital, lovely people and insights to the history of Cambodia. Cambodia is definately worth a visit! | With the Tourlina app women can find female tr
Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia and it’s easy to see why. The country offers stunning landscapes, delicious food, a fascinating history, and friendly people. Here are the 7 Places Not to Miss in Vietnam by Michael Turtle on #PacSafeTravel
Going to Vietnam? Check which activities you can do in this awesome country and how much they cost! You can download this infographic as a pdf in the Phenomenal Globe Travel Planning Library => http://www.phenomenalglobe.com/travel-planning-library/
This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events in the history of the Cold War Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print
Hue was once Vietnam’s capital and the seat of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Rich in history and monuments, the city itself is a work in progress with little choice of restaurants and hotels. While I didn’t fall in love with the city, I was impressed by the sights it had to offer. As the former home to the last emperor of Vietnam, there are plenty worth seeing.
2-Day Hue Tour Including The DMZ from Da Nang This is one history lesson you won’t want to miss! A two-day journey through Vietnam’s eventful past that starts in the fascinating imperial-era when royalty resided in Hue city and ends in the infamous war-time history of Vietnam at the DMZ and Vinh Moc Tunnels. Day 1: Da Nang – Hue (L/D)Upon arrival in Hue, we will visit the Citadel, Hue’s most prime attraction containing the Imperial City, the Forbidden Purple ...
Don McCullin is one of the greatest war photographers. This is just one of many, many of his images. They are stunning. http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/may/22/don-mccullin-southern-frontiers-interview http://www.nytimes.com/1997/10/30/style/30iht-don.t.html?pagewanted=all
Hoa Lo Prison Museum: Infamous relic marks a dark period in the history of Vietnam - Built and named Maison Centrale by the French administration in 1896, the notorious Hoa Lo Prison was Hanoi’s main jail complex keeping political prisoners, regarded as the gruesome French guillotine beheading a host of Vietnamese revolutionaries. During Vietnam War, the prison was used to detain US POWs and obtained its iron nickname of ‘Hanoi Hilton’ in this period. #ThingsToSeeIn