Xu Hướng 12/2023 # Arriving In Vietnam, Foreigners “Break Out” At The Gifts Of The Mekong River – The Lifeline Of The Earth # Top 21 Xem Nhiều

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Another way is to enjoy the life of the people in the West along the Mekong River carrying heavy alluvium. Flowing through China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia, the Mekong winds its way through cities in southern Vietnam before emptying into the sea.

People in riverside localities are cultivating their lives with the richness of the river.

Morning at the floating market

About 170 km south of Ho Chi Minh City, the economic center of Vietnam, is Can Tho city. Can Tho located in the lower Mekong River, is the largest city in the Mekong Delta region with a population of more than 1 million people.

5 a.m. Interference between day and night. The stars and moon still twinkle in the sky. I hurried to a small boat. The boat rattled past the big waves caused by the boats ahead.

The boat slowly made its way through the darkness, and the sky across the river began to brighten. Sunrise is beautiful everywhere, but catching the sunrise from the boat gives me the most excitement.

After more than an hour, we arrived at Cai Rang market. It’s just past 6 am but it seems to have missed the busiest time. Transactions still take place, but more leniently. The boat floats along the swaying waves and then joins the market.

Vegetables and fruits are transferred from one boat to another, the sound of bargaining is bustling, people’s faces are excited, hands are busy transferring goods, lining up. The scenery that only a trip to the Mekong River can make Vietnam more special.

The boats that buy and sell goods floating on the Mekong River have a long pole in front of the boat. If you look closely, there is something hanging at the top of the pole. Some boats hang pumpkins, some watermelons and others pineapples.

This allows you to see the item for sale even from a distance. It’s a lively and fresh sign. It must have been an idea that arose when the boats were packed and difficult to reach. However, it is this that creates a unique atmosphere only in Cai Rang market.

The pole rises to the sky like a sotdae to pray for a good fishing season. Among them are boats selling bread and vermicelli passing by, satisfying the hunger of street vendors. The morning of making a living on the boat seems to have entered the lives of people along the Mekong River.

When following the main stream of the Mekong River, the boat runs by engine, but when passing through small tributaries, the water is dry, the only way is to turn off the engine. The boatman rowed with familiar hand movements. I almost lay down on the boat to avoid the small and low bridge, slowly crossed the tributary of the Mekong River and looked at the sparse houses along the river.

The sun shines but it softens for a moment as you pass the nipa palm trees. Flooded courtyards occasionally reappear. In front of the house there is an empty space like a small garage to park boats. It is a place to store the valuable boat. The boat is so precious to the people living in the river area. A mother and daughter stopped by a boat to buy goods at a store. The peaceful morning on the Mekong River passed like that.

City of thousands of flowers and fortress of war

Sa Dec is about 145 km from Ho Chi Minh City, known as the ‘city of thousands of flowers’. It takes about 3 hours by bus. This is a small flower village. In the days approaching Tet, the number of people coming to buy ornamental flowers is very large.

Sa Dec Flower Village. Photo: Government Newspaper

Just looking at the flowers being packed and watered for sale at the market makes my heart flutter. In the vicinity of Sa Dec, you can see endless lotus fields.

Sa Dec became famous with foreigners because this is the setting of the movie Lover.

The old French house at the end of Sa Dec market built in 1895 is the place where the love of the two main characters begins. A river flows in front of the old house, reminding me of the image of the heroine crossing the Mekong, arousing romantic feelings.

Near Sa Dec there is a special historical site named Xeo Quyt. It resembles the Cu Chi tunnels, a secret fortress in Ho Chi Minh City that was used during the war.

I did not expect that I would encounter traces of war in this deep Mekong river. During the war, a secret military facility was hidden in Xeo Quyt, the waterway here played the role of connecting underground tunnels. A kitchen, a hall and a secret underground passage remain beside the waterway. It is said that during the war, the American army could not find this place.

The beautiful scenery of Xeo Quyt today can completely ease the pain of war. Sunlight penetrates the jungle, the sound of boats gliding on the water, and the occasional chirping of birds. Rare animals, purple flower hyacinths and hidden trenches. A dense forest of vines completely covered the trenches.

Located on the Mekong River, Can Tho cuisine features a lot of seafood. Crab soup cake is a dish with a whole crab placed on top. Bun mam with thick noodles served with fish meat, fresh squid… In addition, silkworm cake sprinkled with sweet coconut milk, is a great snack on hot afternoons.

Can Tho’s signature dish, Cong cake, is also very delicious. Cong cake with the filling is green beans and attractive shrimp, just eat 2-3 pieces to fill your stomach. So don’t underestimate them because they are small. Ba Khia freshwater crab is also famous, you can taste this dish in the evening on Dinh Tien Hoang street also known as ‘Ba Khia street’.

(Content translated from the famous Korean blogging platform Tistory)

Đăng bởi: Thảo Ngọc

Từ khoá: Arriving in Vietnam, foreigners “break out” at the gifts of the Mekong River – the lifeline of the Earth

Dragon Eye Cave On The Banks Of The Ma River

Dragon Eye Cave, also known as Long Quang Cave, is located on the snout protruding from the south bank of the Ma River, close to the foot of Ham Rong Bridge (Ham Rong Ward). When standing in the Dragon Eye cave, visitors can observe the panoramic view of Thanh Hoa city and the Ma river.

According to legend, the whole Ham Rong mountain range is considered to be the embodiment of a nine-curved dragon in the lower Ma River. The dragon’s head is the location of Long Quang cave, the dragon’s back is consecutive mountain ranges such as C4 hill , Rada hill, Van Chi area, Con Cong hill, and the dragon’s tail is located at the end of Dong Son ancient village.

The cave is located halfway up the mountain, about 200 meters from the old National Highway 1A.

Dragon Eye Cave is about 30 m long, 5 m wide at its widest position, and over 10 m high. To reach the cave entrance, visitors have to cross a small forest with a winding road along the side of Dragon Mountain.

The name Dragon Eye cave comes from two deep and interconnected cave gates, which look like two eyes looking in two directions. The right eye is towards the southwest, formerly Hac Thanh, now Thanh Hoa city. The left eye is towards the northeast – the vast plains of the Qing country. Here the air is cool all year round. In the summer, this place often attracts a lot of people to visit, avoid the heat.

There is a narrow passage in the middle of the cave, just enough for two people to pass through.

Because it is located close to the river bank and has charming scenery, since ancient times, the cave has been a place to visit and enjoy many people such as Le Thanh Tong, Cao Ba Quat, Nguyen Trai, Pham Su Manh, Ngo Thi Sy , Phan Huy Ich…

According to the management board of the relic site, on the dome of the cave there are many steles carved directly on the cliffs in Chinese characters, the most prominent of which is the poem of Thien Nam Dong Chu – Le Thanh Tong. The stele was carved in 1478 praising the majestic and poetic natural scenery of Long Quang cave as well as the land of Ham Rong.

Next to it are two poems of King Le Hien Tong carved in 1501.

Due to the large cave that can accommodate hundreds of people at the same time, during the war against the US to save the country, Dragon Eye was chosen as the stationing place of the 3rd detachment of the Thanh Hoa Armed Police (now the Border Guard), as well as the army. It is a first aid place for wounded soldiers while on duty to protect Ham Rong bridge from US air raids.

In 1975, Long Quang cave was ranked as a revolutionary historical relic and a national scenic spot. Every year, this place attracts tens of thousands of tourists to visit and learn about culture and history. Dragon Eye Cave is associated with the victories and sacrifices of Thanh Hoa’s army and people in the battle to protect Ham Rong Bridge. There is also a sacred acupuncture point here, so many people often come to offer incense to pray for peace, especially on Tet holidays.

Photo: Internet

Đăng bởi: Hồ Mỹ Hương

Từ khoá: Dragon Eye Cave on the banks of the Ma River

The Unique Set Of Photos About Saigon In The 90S Through The Lens Of A Japanese Photographer

Looks like a sidewalk cafe called “No pee”

Ancient buildings on Ho Tung Mau street – 1990

Cyclo riders and balloon vendors

Sidewalk restaurant: Beef noodle soup with pork, vermicelli, beef noodle soup… priced from 400 to 700 VND

Guitars are sold on the sidewalk next to the cafe

Inside a restaurant, on the wall hung a picture of actress Diem Huong

Breakfast counter

A restaurant with menus ranging from pho, vermicelli, crispy fried noodles to beef hotpot and… blood pudding

A coffee shop in Cho Lon, on the wall there is also the word Happy New Year 1989

Restaurants in Cho Lon

Sidewalk coffee in Cho Lon

Chinese wonton noodle shop in Cho Lon

Taken in 1989

The cat above, dog below

Sidewalk restaurant on De Tham street

Near Duy Tan junction

Sidewalk meat bread cabinet

Cyclo driver

Mother and dog at a sidewalk cafe

Outside Nguyen Thi Dieu School, Tran Quoc Toan Street

Old market on Ham Nghi street

Lunch of a Saigon girl with her pets

Sidewalk grocery, selling snacks, cigarettes, oil, soft drinks…

Green trees on Ton Duc Thang street

Bring flowers to the city

Bui Vien – Tran Hung Dao junction

An old woman is playing with cats and dogs

People at the market

Ho Tung Mau Street

Bui Vien Street, next to the corner of Cong Quynh – Bui Vien (1990)

A famous restaurant on the sidewalk

Bread stall on Ham Nghi street

The streets are empty with bicycles

Grocery cart at the end of the alley

Tran Hung Dao Street

A corner of Nguyen Hue street seen from the high floor of the hotel, 1989

Cyclo near Ben Thanh market

The motorbikes of that time

Sidewalk snail shop

Christmas 1990 at Notre Dame

Bubble cart, jelly, cigarettes around the church

Lunch noodle shop

Coffee shop in Cho Lon area

Afternoon on Hai Ba Trung Street

Vinh Quang Cinema and Bach Dang ice cream shop at Le Loi – Pasteur intersection

Nguyen Hue flower market seen from above, the 4-sided clock is still there

Morning at the park 30/4

A cherry shop on the sidewalk 1996

In a Chinese bakery in Cho Lon

Noodle shops and a row of shops selling roasted duck at the intersection of Nguyen Cong Tru and Calmette streets

Snail shop in a small alley

Dogs and cats, animals that often appear in Doi Kuro’s photos

Construction site of a hotel

Selling watermelon

Inside Ben Thanh market

Carrying ornamental plants on Hai Ba Trung Street, 1996. On the right is the Pedagogical High School, now Tran Dai Nghia High School for the Gifted.

Snacking, 1996

Quach Thi Trang roundabout on a rainy day, 1996

Carrying fruit looks eye-catching next to two cubs 81 . trucks

In a hair salon in Cholon

Three-wheeler carrying plastic goods

Inside Binh Tay market, 1996

Car selling label, 1997

Motorcycles on the street

Food stalls combined with public phone service

A tailor shop selling ao dai

Versatile motorcycles

The dust of Cho Lon 1997

Outside an art shop, 1998

Photo: Internet

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Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Tuấn Anh

Từ khoá: The unique set of photos about Saigon in the 90s through the lens of a Japanese photographer   

Down To The West Of The River, Remember Not To Miss These Specialties

Ben Tre coconut candy

Referring to Ben Tre is to mention the land of coconut, the silver coconut fields in Ben Tre are not only exploited and produced by the people to produce handicraft items for export to your country, but the heavy coconuts on the trees. It is also used by the people to create this famous specialty of this coconut land. Candy is made from natural coconut, has a sweet, soft, and characteristic aroma of coconut. Ben Tre has many craft villages that produce coconut candy, most of which are in Con Phung, Mo Cay …

Candies are made from natural coconut, have a sweet, soft, characteristic aroma

Lai Vung sour spring rolls

Ben Tre has coconut candy, Dong Thap has a famous specialty called Lai Vung nem. This dish captivates many diners when coming to the west because of the blending of the spicy taste of chili, sour of fermented skin and the typical salty taste in the western tasting style. The beautiful red color of spring rolls is just looking at it, when eating, it feels numb at the tip of the tongue, very stimulating, this spring rolls are often used in appetizers, eating …

This dish captivates many diners when coming to the west because of the blending of a little spicy chili and sour fermented skin.

Mam Chau Doc

Chau Doc – An Giang is famous for its specialty is fish sauce. Walking around the markets of Chau Doc, you will feel overwhelmed by a world of silver fish sauce, from snakehead fish sauce, sauce fish sauce, fish sauce to fish sauce with very strange names but beef sauce , fish sauce … Although this dish looks “heavy”, but when it is processed into dishes, it is impossible to resist the attraction of this mountain specialties.

Although this is a dish that looks “heavy”, when it is processed into dishes, it is guaranteed to be irresistible

Durian milk cake 

This is a special western rice paper with a characteristic flavor blending coconut milk and aroma of durian. This is a cake that is not only loved by westerners but also by many international tourists. The cake when eaten is sticky, fragrant and a little greasy of coconut is very attractive.

Unique flavor blends coconut milk with aroma of durian

Son Doc puff cake 

This cake is often eaten by people with salad dishes or eaten

Soc Trang peanut cake

Western specialties, if not to mention Soc Trang, it is a very big omission. The cake with the crust is made very sophisticatedly, the crust is thin, soft and flexible, wrapped in many kinds of filling such as durian, taro, salted egg, green bean … when eaten with a sweet taste fat of the kernel.

Tea rolls

The thin, soft and flexible layered crust, wrapped inside are many types of people

Banh Tet is another variation of banh chung in the North and also a specialty of the West . Among them, the most famous is the tea cuon cake in Tra Vinh, the intersection land of the Chinese – Kinh – Khmer cultures. Tea cuon cake is an indispensable dish in the Khmer cultural festivals.

Tea cuon cake is an indispensable dish in the Khmer cultural festivals

To make this cake, people have to soak glutinous rice overnight with leaf juice, so the cake when eaten is usually very beautiful green. Green beans used as a filling must also be a large bean, wrapped with bacon, salted eggs in the middle, when the package must be firm, when boiling the cake will not be absorbed by the water, the cake is cooked evenly, the sticky rice is firm and delicious. . A special feature of Tra cuon banh tet is that it can be long (about 5-7 days) without being damaged.

Phu Quoc fish sauce

Fish sauce is a very unique symbol in the culinary culture of Vietnam. And in the West, referring to fish sauce is to mention Phu Quoc – Kien Giang. There is a craft village that specializes in producing fish sauce that has been developed for more than 200 years. Phu Quoc fish sauce is considered to be the best in the West thanks to being processed from the freshest ingredients caught directly from Phu Quoc beach. The process of making fish sauce here is also very meticulous, from the processing of raw materials, brewing the fish sauce and making this sauce to consumers. Phu Quoc fish sauce has a very beautiful color of cockroach wing, brings full nutrition and is an indispensable spice in the daily tray of western people.

Phu Quoc fish sauce is considered the best in the West

Her rice fragrant Cho Dao

The Mekong Delta is known for being a major rice cultivation area in the country. And one of the most famous specialty rice varieties to mention is the fragrant rice at Dao market in Long An. The reason for this name is because according to the people here, rice was raised in the love of Lua and Ms Thom, so the rice is not only flexible, gives a soft grain of rice, but also has a special aroma that is not available anywhere. Rice with long and slender grain, in the old days was considered the kind of rice offered to the king.

Đăng bởi: Võ Lâm Như

Từ khoá: Down to the West of the river, remember not to miss these specialties

Enjoy The Moonlit Night Of The Mid

Before, every Mid-Autumn Festival in Hoi An was crowded with tourists because of its Asian beauty, filled with lanterns, and many activities to welcome the majestic Mid-Autumn Festival. Since the long holiday, the tourism industry has been suspended, all activities are prohibited, making Hoi An much sadder. This year Hoi An is busy again to welcome an extremely bustling Mid-Autumn Festival with many poetic activities for the night of the full moon.

Source: Bui Huy Khang


If you take a plane to Hoi An, you have to land at Da Nang airport, then travel by road to Hoi An Ancient Town takes about 2 hours. Currently, airfares departing from Noi Bai Airport (Hanoi) or Tan Son Nhat Airport (HCMC) to Da Nang are fluctuating about 1,500,000 VND/way/person on the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival days. come close. If people want to visit the Old Town, enjoy the moon, take pictures to celebrate this holiday, they should book tickets early to save costs.

ACTIVITIES TO enjoy the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hoi An Drop flowers on the river

Coming to Hoi An on the full moon day of every month, it is not difficult to see the image of bright lanterns floating along the bank of the Hoai River. Tourists often gather quite crowded on both sides of the river or take a boat on the river when it is dark to perform the ritual of releasing the lights. This activity of releasing lanterns full of Vietnamese spiritual and cultural values ​​will be held every day during the Mid-Autumn Festival. After being lit, the lamp is dropped into the water, meaning to pray for peace for the family, to show respect to parents and ancestors as well as to wish for something with a good mind. The Mid-Autumn Festival is the time when the Hoi An Flower Light Festival takes place the most spectacular and crowded with tourists.

Source: @god_byeol, @haivan.lt, Tran Le Ngoc Thang, culaochamtourist

Join the folk game

A cultural beauty that tourists should not miss when coming to Hoi An is going to the folk games area such as blindfolded pot smashing, Bai Choi, … In particular, Bai Choi has been recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage. non-physical chemistry. These games, in addition to recalling childhood memories, will bring many memorable experiences about an ancient culture of the Vietnamese people. Visitors can go to Impression Park – Hoi An to participate in the game, enjoy the fun, bustling moonlit night with friends and crowded with other participants. Besides the typical folk games, the oral folk song class is also a unique type of culture that you should come and see.

Source: vinpearl, alongwalker

Enjoy hot tea with moon cake

Coming to Hoi An on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival, you cannot miss enjoying tea and frugal moon cakes. Nestled in the peaceful Old Town are teahouses with ancient and rustic style such as Reaching Out Teahouse, Cocobana Tea Rooms & Garden, The Bird House Hoian, A little Hoi An… If you want a peaceful break… During the trip, without the hustle and bustle, just sipping tea with some cakes, chatting with friends or lovers, remember to visit the tea shop. The space in the shops above will bring you a poetic Mid-Autumn Festival.

Nguồn: A little Hoi An – Coffee and tea, Reaching Out Teahouse

Source: Hieunguyen

Walking around the street to see lanterns

Every Mid-Autumn Festival, the lanterns in Hoi An are decorated more magnificently and brilliantly than ever. The scene filled with lanterns in the old town creates a beauty that is both splendid and unique enough for visitors to produce thousands of beautiful virtual photos. In Hoi An, almost every house hangs lanterns, especially shops and restaurants. Lanterns in Hoi An have many designs and designs, walking around the street while admiring the lanterns can sometimes take you more than an hour to enjoy from the “soul” of the old town.

Source: Hieunguyen

Source: Huynh Ngoc Duy Nguyen, Bui Huy Khang, Chinh Nguyen, Henry Duong

Sitting on a boat watching the moon

Along the Hoai River, there will be many invitations to get off the boat to take a stroll and watch the moon. For only 20,000 VND – 30,000 VND/person, you will be transported around to see the full beauty of the Old Town when the lights are on. This is an ideal activity that brings a very romantic and poetic feeling. Sitting on the boat slowly drifting, enjoying the cool breeze and relaxing the soul to watch the moon is an experience that should be tried when coming to Hoi An.

Source: @_1m62, mytour

WHERE TO STAY? Cosiha Homestay

Address: 16 Tran Quang Khai, Cam Chau, Hoi An – Tel: 0916139379

Homestay here is suitable for groups of friends or families from 10 to 12 people. Cool space filled with green trees and quite clean swimming pool. The room is decorated quite cozy, with good service, although the price is only from 600,000 VND / room / night. Homestay is about 400m from Impression Park and 2km from Hoi An city center. Near the homestay, it will be convenient to go to Cua Dai beach, Vinpearl Nam Hoi An or Bay Mau coconut forest.

Source: Cosiha Homestay

Coco Viet Homestay

Address: 32A Le Quy Don, Cam Pho Ward, Hoi An – Tel: 0934987980

This homestay has a bold traditional design in Hoi An, with many warm tones such as red, yellow, brown, and green. Coco Viet Homestay has an airy, spacious space, unique furniture such as old wooden paintings, antique French copper chandeliers, subsidized box chairs, etc. for those who love ancient textures and store shelves. If you have a long-standing cultural value, you cannot ignore the above homestay. Homestay is located in a residential area, so it costs 600,000 VND/double room/night and 1,200,000 VND/family room/night, but in the city center, it is very convenient for travelers to move.

Nguồn: Coco Viet Homestay Hội An

Alsahar Villa

Address: 77/5 Nguyen Duy Hieu, Cam Chau, Hoi An – Tel: 0905519971

This place is known as “Moroccan oasis” in the heart of the old town with design styles from many other cultures such as Africa, the Mediterranean and Europe, creating a positive and dynamic feeling for the house. This villa is located next to the Hoai River, so it also feels peaceful and comfortable. Villa will be suitable for couples or groups of friends, families from 4 to 15 people, the room price for 4 people is about 1,600,000/room/night.

Source: Nguyen Hien, Hoang Hoa, To Chu


Coming to Hoi An, you must try delicious dishes such as Hoi An Cao Lau, fried mussels crackers, cauldron cakes, tofu, xu Xa, Hoi An tea, Hoi An Quang noodles, Phuong bread… for the Mid-Autumn Festival. fully enjoy the beautiful moon and enjoy delicious food.

Đăng bởi: Ngô Đức Huy

Từ khoá: Enjoy the moonlit night of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hoi An with many traditional festival activities

Dalat Chicken Church – The Architectural Highlight Of The Land Of Thousands Of Flowers

Some features about the chicken church in Dalat 

Dalat Chicken Church is the name of a long-standing Catholic church in Vietnam. This is the place for community activities of dioceses in Da Lat and across the country. 

How was the chicken church of Da Lat formed? 

Dalat Chicken Church The church was built in an extremely classic architecture planned and built by the French. Therefore, when you come here, you think that you are standing in front of a splendid and lavish building in Europe.(Photo: hahinmakeup86) Before it got its name today, people used to call it by the name of the cathedral of Dalat . Currently, this is not only the venue for many great events, celebrating customs to meet the needs of religious life but has become a prominent tourist destination in the dreamy mountain chúng tôi is a prominent destination in the city of flowers

It is known that in 1983, a doctor named Alexandre Yersin went on a discovery trip and accidentally discovered the land of Dalat. In that journey was Robert, a priest of the MEP managing. He paid a lot of attention to his position here. At the end of the trip back to his country, the priest had completely recounted and envisioned all the features of Da Lat for MEP to understand clearly. At that time, however, the church was still not convinced of what to do in that land. 

Why is it called ‘chicken church’? 

(Photo: hachu.weirdo) Based on Dalat’s tourism experience , until 1917, another priest of the MEP managed to come to the land of flowers named Nicolas Couveulas. He came here with the purpose of finding a suitable place for his missionaries to rest. Just in the time looking and looking, he decided to choose and build a missionary institute right in this city. By 1920, this place was established Diocese of Da Lat, the main issuing authority was Quinton chúng tôi church was founded in 1920 In the following years, the church has undergone many renovations and repairs. On July 19, 1931, the Cathedral of Da Lat was commenced. Bishop Colomban Dreyer was the one who laid the first building stone for this project. Spent about 11 years to build and complete. On January 26, 1942, the church was inaugurated and this is also the time to mark the birth of the chicken church in Dalat chúng tôi work was completed after 11 years

Perhaps many of you will not know that this very dear name was born is derived from a typical feature of the project. Right on the cross is placed a rooster 58m high, 66m long and crafted from alloy. There is nothing inside the chicken, the outside is covered with a quite special chemical layer.

Despite being up to 27m high, but made of very light ingredients, the chicken has a special ability to rotate freely according to the movement of the wind. Chicken is also the symbol of France – the Goloa rooster. For tourists, you just need to stand within 100 meters to see this cute chicken quite clearly. 

Chicken image on the cross

This chicken has a characteristic gray color. According to some beliefs, chickens at the church have good spiritual meanings. It will help people predict weather fluctuations. If the chicken turns in any direction, that side will be very favorable. Because of the meaning that this lovely chicken has been honored as the “mascot” of the church.

Not only is the symbolic significance of the main hall, but the chicken is also considered as a lightning rod for the purpose of preserving and protecting the building’s stability. For those who have been here, the image of the rooster is always a great memory.

Locate the Dalat Cathedral 

Chicken Church is located at No. 15, Đ. Tran Phu, Ward 3, Da Lat. This is a busy street, located in the center, so traveling here is quite easy with different forms of transportation. 

Road to Dalat chicken church

The church is located in Da Lat (Photo: _dong_truc_)

To get to this church you can use bicycle, car, motorbike. First comes from the Da Lat market area , go to Mr. Dao bridge. When standing right on the bridge looking to the right you can see the church far away. When crossing the bridge, turn right, go to the end of the slope on Le Dai Hanh Street and you will arrive. 

Ceremony time at Dalat chicken church

(Photo: minuyet.dh)

If visitors follow religion, when they come to the church the chicken will be able to participate in the ceremonies there. The church has specific rules about the hours of the ceremony. If you want to attend, be sure to adjust the timing.

Monday – Saturday: 5:15 am; 17h15

Sunday: 5:30; 7h15; 8h30; 16h15; 18:00 

Unique ancient architecture in Dalat Cathedral 

Please catch the ceremony hours (Photo: lehongggg)

Dalat Cathedral was built with the same architecture as the Roman Catholic Church of Europe. In general, the project has a rectangular shape, 65m long, 14m wide, and the highest coordinates up to 74m which is also the place where the bell tower is located. From this height you can see every space and beautiful scenery of Dalat. At the main entrance of the church has a view of Langbiang Mountain – a leading famous destination in the land of fog. 

Check in really ‘chill’ at Dalat chicken church 

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Coming to Da Lat Cathedral , you can combine sightseeing with nearby equally unique places such as Bao Dai Palace, Datanla Waterfall, Xuan Huong Lake , Lam Vien Square, … 

Bao Dai Palace, Dalat

Do not hesitate or hesitate anymore, prepare luggage, carry backpacks and invite a few more friends to visit Dalat chicken church right away.

Đăng bởi: Huyền Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Dalat Chicken Church – the architectural highlight of the land of thousands of flowers

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