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Xu Hướng 10/2023 # Raising South American Dragons, Earning Hundreds Of Millions Per Year # Top 17 Xem Nhiều

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South American dragons (scientific name is Iguana) usually live in the tropical regions of Central and South America, most often in the Caribbean. Despite his rough and fierce appearance, his temperament is very gentle, intelligent, and eye-catching colors, so he is loved by pet lovers.

A male South American dragon with the most ‘huge’ size in Mr. Dat’s camp

Mr. Dat had a stable job with a decent income at a pharmaceutical company, but when he heard about the South American dragon, he fell in love with it and decided to quit his job and open a farm from 2023. ‘The family has opened a restaurant. coffee, so I bought a pair of South American dragons to keep as pets. After that, they spawned 38 eggs, I researched on the internet and then let them incubate. Unexpectedly, the hatching rate reached 100%, selling for a lot of money. Since then, I decided to quit my job at the company and go home to open a farm to sell breeding stock,” said Mr. Dat.

The face is rough, it looks fierce but the South American dragon is gentle

According to Mr. Dat, South American dragons are reptiles, so they have good resistance to diseases. Food sources are also easy to find, mainly water spinach leaves, squash, carrots, bananas, jackfruit … with digestive enzymes and nutrients to keep them healthy. “The food I cut by machine into small pieces, then mixed into a plate with added yeast and nutrients to feed. If you eat pumpkin, the dragon will grow up quickly, and carrots will help you color,” Dat revealed.

South American Hypo dragon with beautiful colors, millions of dollars each

This pet barn is very simple and does not take up much space. Farmers only need to design iron cages and nets with the size corresponding to the length of the dragon. For breeding females, each cage can house 3-5 animals. Only males have the characteristic of possessing ‘territory’, so they cannot be raised together, but each has to keep a separate cage.

Sharing the secret of raising dragons to grow quickly and to have beautiful colors, Mr. Dat said that he must ensure 3 factors: temperature , environment , and food source. South American dragons are raised for nearly 2 years and then reproduce. The breeding season falls in early October, and lasts until December. Depending on the size and condition, they can lay 20 – 70 eggs, the hatching rate is over 80 – 90%. “The incubation period is about 5.5 months before hatching. During the time when the baby dragons are 2 weeks old, they need to bathe them in bright sunlight every day to get used to the temperature and develop their bones and digestive system,” Dat revealed.

South American dragon with beautiful color mutation

Currently, Mr. Dat breeds and sells popular lines such as Hypo, Abino, Green, Red… In, the Green and Red lines are sold in the most quantity because of the player’s budget. The price of a baby dragon about 1 week old is from 500,000 to more than 2.5 million VND/one (depending on the type). Thanks to the sale of seeds, Mr. Dat earns over 200 million VND per year.

South American dragons only eat plants such as vegetables and tubers

Not only providing South American dragons, but Mr. Dat also owns dragons of large age and size with prices ranging from several million to more than 20 million VND each.

(According to Thanh Nien)

Đăng bởi: Vương Quỳnh

Từ khoá: Raising South American dragons, earning hundreds of millions per year

Growing Yen Du Persimmon Earns Hundreds Of Millions Of Dong Per Crop

In the morning of mid-September, Ms. Nguyen Mai Hue, 40 years old, residing in Yen Du village, Duc Linh commune, wore protective gear, carried an iron ladder, carried a lane and a plastic basket to the hill garden behind her house to pick persimmons. Her family planted 200 persimmon roots, this crop more than 20 roots for fruit, each kg sold in the garden for 40,000 VND, now consumed nearly 3 quintals, at the end of the crop is expected to collect about 200 million VND.

According to Mr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Chairman of Duc Linh Commune Farmers’ Union, Yen Du seedless crispy persimmon was grown locally hundreds of years ago. This area is hot during the day and cold at night, suitable for plant growth. The whole village has 80 households growing on about 40 hectares. If the seedlings are planted in other places, the plants do not match the soil, and still bear fruit and flowers, but the intestines will lose the inherent sweet and crispy taste.

Hong Yen Du is considered a precious gift of Vu Quang district, and has been recognized by Ha Tinh province to achieve 3-star OCOP – one product per commune program. Due to the prolonged heat, this year the output of persimmons in the whole commune is only about 20 tons, a decrease of more than 10 tons compared to last year.

Persimmons are seedless, so they cannot be propagated. The method of extracting or grafting branches is also ineffective. Therefore, gardeners often cut the roots off from the mother plant, then dig a hole about half a meter deep, and pour manure down to plant.

After 5 years, the tree produces fortune-telling, and it is not until the 10th year that it begins to be harvested. On average, each canopy tree is more than 4 m wide, 5-10 m high, and produces 2-3 quintals of fruit. The older the tree, the higher the yield and yield, with the root reaching more than 5 quintals of fruit. Therefore, the garden owner only replaces the new one when the tree is broken or uprooted due to natural disasters.

Ms. Luyen is climbing a tree to pick persimmons from above. Photo: Duc Hung

Hong Yen Du is easy to grow, with little care, people often grow it in hilly gardens, interspersed with other fruit trees such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits, jackfruits… “This plant is rarely attacked by insects. every year, I only apply manure under the roots to provide resistance,” said Ms. Hue, adding that in the winter, the tree loses all its leaves to get nutrients for the body. The plant blooms in February and bears fruit in August.

Climbing on a tree 5 m high to pick persimmons, Ms. Nguyen Thi Luyen, 29 years old, residing in Yen Du village, constantly receives calls from customers calling to order. This season, the family has 15/100 persimmon trees for main fruit, the output is estimated at 3 tons. So far, she has sold more than 2 quintals, earning 8 million dong, expected to make a profit of about 120 million dong at the end of the crop. Picked fruits are sold out, sometimes there are not enough goods to import.

Ms. Luyen said that harvesting persimmons is quite difficult. With trees nearly 10m high, people have to wear belts, use iron hooks to anchor them to the trunk or large branches to avoid accidents. Once, unfortunately, a rotten tree branch was broken, she fell from a height of about 3 m to the ground, causing soft tissue injuries. “Usually, men are in charge of picking fruit, only when they are not at home do women have to go to the garden,” she said.

Persimmons picked from the tree are soaked in cold water to produce latex. Photo: Duc Hung

Persimmons, after being picked from the tree, have a bitter taste. Ms. Luyen had to wash the fruit and pour it into an aluminum pot, scooping cold water to soak persimmon for two days and one night. After this time, the latex will escape through the stem, from which the intestines will precipitate sugar and bring a characteristic sweetness.

Chairman of the Farmers’ Association Nguyen Van Thanh added that from the tree species planted to create shade, Yen Du persimmon has now become a commodity tree to help farmers get rich. Each crop, on average, a family collects 100-200 million VND, and many households own a large area, making a profit of 300 million VND a year.

“To help people build the Yen Du persimmon brand, the commune has supported the establishment of a pink cooperative group with 10 members. In the near future, the locality will process steps in production such as packaging, labeling, and traceability. source to improve product value, help persimmon growing households have more income,” said Mr. Thanh.

Hong Yen Du is sold by Vu Quang people to traders in the province, imported at local markets or sent to the South and Hanoi for consumption.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Văn Duân

Từ khoá: Growing Yen Du persimmon earns hundreds of millions of dong per crop

Massage Coconut Flower Collects Nearly Half A Billion Per Month

In the last days of October, when the weather was mild, Ms. Thach Thi Chal Thi led the delegation to visit a specialized coconut farm to exploit her nectar. A group of workers, wearing white oval pots, quickly climbed to the top of the coconut tree. When they arrived, they cut one end with a sharp knife, rubbed the hot flower with their hands and tapped the body lightly, lines of white coconut nectar gushed out.

“A flower for 12 hours to collect nectar once, about half a liter. In 25 consecutive days, it will be 25 liters and then rest,” said Chal Thi, 31 years old, the first person who knew how to “suck coconut nectar” of Tra Vinh province – introduced in the surprise of the guests. “Two years ago, I was like everyone who did not believe that coconut trees can give nectar. Everything just happened by chance when I tried to rescue the family’s coconut garden that sold fruit over a hole.”

Thach Thi Chal Thi is a Khmer, master of food technology at University of Technology, Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Character provided.

At the beginning of 2023, when she just got a master’s degree in food technology at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, this girl returned to Tra Vinh after a call from her father: “Coconut prices fell too much, 12 fruits only sold 20,000 VND. This year the hole is big, “he said, shaking his voice. Before getting in the car, she texted her husband: “Go home first and see what can be done. I’ll be back.” At this time, her husband – Pham Dinh Ngai – is a lecturer at a college in Ho Chi Minh City.

Chal Thi House planted more than 700 coconuts on an area of ​​20,000 square meters. That year the price of coconut kept decreasing. Mr. Thach May – Chal Thi’s father – ran everywhere, calling traders to buy coconuts, but they did not bother to come. The whole family could not sleep at night because the fruit fell under the ground. Unfortunately, they scrape coconut rice sold to ice cream shops to salvage. The rest had to leave, to grow seedlings for a long time, floating on the canals around the garden.

But just listening to his daughter’s presentation, Mr. Thach May scolded: “Coconut trees that people love to die but cut flowers, are you crazy?”. Chal Thi showed documentaries about coconut nectar collecting activities in some Asian countries for her father. “I just want to pilot 100 trees only. Rotate 50 trees to get honey, 50 trees to rest”, she pleaded. After a month, the father also nodded.

The very next day, the father and son went upstairs to cut the coconut flowers looking for honey. But during the next six months, hundreds of flowers were cut off, but nothing was recovered. Neighbors came over to find it strange, telling him that this family was crazy.

Recalling those early days, Mr. Thach May said: “At that time, I only knew how to encourage my children to try. Farmers here were sincere and afraid to change. With the product, people could understand”.

The workers of Thach Thi Chal Thi’s workshop harvested the nectar of coconut nectar. Photo: Character provided.

Failure, Chal Thi again tinkered on the Internet to find out more. It turns out, she had skipped an important step of using her hand to heat the coconut flower, then using just the right amount of force to knock on the flower, the nectar would flow. After studying, in the seventh month, Chal Thi and his father collected the first half liter of nectar.

With 50 new trees harvested half a liter, Chal Thi was disappointed but could not find the cause. Once by chance, she heard the village elders talk. In the old days, the nutritious plants would crack the fruit, and the nectar had to be absorbed in order to make the fruit grow and beautiful again. The idle story caught the girl’s attention. From the experience of a master in food technology, she immediately understood the reason why flowers give little nectar are lack of water and nutrition.

With 100 experimental coconut trees, Chal Thi buys a pump to pump water directly into the base – something no one does for longtime coconut growers. Next, purchased 1,000 more bags of cow manure. After 3 months, the amount collected is 25 liters, instead of just half a liter as before.

The amount of honey increased, this female engineer began to concentrate to produce finished products. For six consecutive months, Chal Thi worked continuously from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Hundreds of failed batches had to be dumped. In the end, 100% pure concentrated coconut nectar with no preservatives was released. When she had the recipe in hand, she registered the brand and called her husband from Ho Chi Minh City to open a factory.

From the accumulated money for many years, borrowing more banks and relatives, the first factory was established in mid-2023. On the inauguration day, they only had enough money to hire a worker, the couple both produced and concurrently. marketing. The first month, the whole factory produced 1,000 bottles of 250g coconut nectar, most of which went to donate. The market is narrow, the buyers are mostly curious, in the first half year, the couple lost 200 million.

“It was hard but still lost, sometimes I wanted to give up, but Thi encouraged the most difficult time to pass, there is no reason to let go”, Mr. Pham Dinh Ngai shared.

After 7 months of operation, old customers started to come back, new customers who were vegetarians, diabetics … also gradually increased. From one worker, the couple recruits and trains 17 more people, earning an average of 5-7 million VND per month. Many households who previously objected also cooperated to sell nectar for the workshop.

Thach Thi Chal Thi and Pham Dinh Ngai couple by the coconut garden took honey from the family. Photo: Character provided.

Currently, the production capacity per month of the factory is 6,000 bottles. From coconut nectar, Chal Thi also researched and produced 4 other products such as coconut flower sugar, coconut nectar cocoa bean, coconut nectar pineapple jam … Not only sold in Vietnam, but also sold. on international e-commerce site, to Vietnamese in America. In addition to production and processing, the couple also opened a sightseeing area and experienced coconut nectar collection in the garden for tourists. The monthly revenue from this couple’s coconut garden is about 500 million VND.

Ms. Dinh Thi Dung, Standing Member of the Women’s Union of Tieu Can district, who has helped Chal Thi since starting a business, said this model made a strong impression on many foreign tour groups. “In 2023, Chal Thi won the first prize for a startup woman in Tra Vinh province from this unique idea”, said Ms. Dung.

Ten years ago, Chal Thi once told her husband her 40-year-old dream to return to her hometown when she had economic conditions, because she did not like the bustle of the city. “I did not wait until the age of 40 to fulfill my dream, because if I do not take the opportunity right in a crisis, I will not be able to do so many things,” she said.


Đăng bởi: Tú Duyên Tạ Thị

Từ khoá: Massage coconut flower collects nearly half a billion per month

3 Hotels And Resorts ‘Expensive’ In Sa Pa To Travel To The New Year

Sa Pa has long been a tourist destination in the northwestern mountains of the country. Sapa tourism is no stranger to people moving both at home and abroad, but every time you come to this “town in the clouds”, you will not be surprised by the landscape as a picture with a very harmonious layout.

Sapa – The town in the clouds

Coming to Sa Pa for the New Year trip, try choosing hotels that can see the mountains and forests from the sky or quietly close yourself in the fields in the flowering season to have new experiences. . Here are some suggestions for high-class Hotels & Resorts that are waiting for you:

1. Topas Ecolodge

Among the top 21 green resorts in the world voted by National Geographic, Topas Ecolodge is a small resort located on a beautiful hilltop, hidden deep in the Hoang Lien national reserve, 45 minutes away from Sapa town. transfer.

The bungalows all have a simple style with a private balcony facing the mountain – Photo: hay820

Topas Ecolodge is designed as a retreat in harmony with nature with 41 Bungalows located around the top of the hill. Each bungalow has a homely style with a private balcony, from here you can enjoy the majestic view of the towering peaks and endless valleys looming the villages of ethnic minorities.

Hotels & Resorts are expensive in Sapa – Photo: zenchen82

Hotels & Resorts are expensive in Sapa – Photo: haftraan

The bungalow is built of white granite in the local style of stilt houses. The interior of the house is completely made of natural materials such as wood, rattan, bamboo, stone… The space is cozy, romantic, somewhat simple and rustic.


The infinity pool is the most attractive element of the resort. Surrounded by rice terraces, it sits on top of a hill and offers stunning views of distant peaks and valleys. This is the perfect place to relax and soak up the natural beauty.

Located at an altitude of 900 above sea level, this swimming pool is rated as the highest in Vietnam. Photo: curtisqtran

Infinity pool surrounded by terraced fields Infinity pool surrounded by terraced fields

Reference price: 11,000,000 VND/night

2. Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery by Sofitel

One of the most beautiful and luxurious resorts in Sapa is the Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery by Sofitel. Designed by renowned architect Bill Bensley, Hotel de la Coupole – MGallery is a blend of ethnic minority colors and the glamor of 1920s-1930s fashion with the French Upscale style.

This is the masterpiece of the world’s top 5 architects Bill Bensley.

Every corner of Hotel de la Coupole is very luxurious and sophisticated.

Hotel de la Coupole space is extremely artistic.

Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery by Sofitel possesses an extremely impressive design. If you are an architecture and fashion enthusiast, you will surely be “fascinated” when looking at the spaces that are a combination of 17th and 18th century French architecture in harmony with indigenous architecture. This is very evident in the very symmetrical multi-column corridors… Parallel to that, thousands of fashion drawings and typical motifs and patterns of indigenous people are used in the floor coverings and curtains. The hotel’s door and interior design also make visitors ecstatic.

With an upmarket style with ancient French architecture

This hotel has a very impressive resort with an impressive view angle.

Hotels & Resorts are expensive in Sapa – Photo 2

Hotel de la Coupole, MGallery by Sofitel is located right in the heart of the town, just a few steps from the night market, the stone church… and also has its own corridor connecting to the climbing train station. Muong Hoa mountain, from there leading to Fansipan cable car.

You will feel the stress melt away, giving way to a relaxing space with Hotel de la Coupole’s extensive range of wellness services, designed to re-energize and restore mental health and wellness. customer’s physical condition when coming here

Reference price: 9,500,000/night

3. Silk Path Grand Resort & Spa Sapa

Located on a beautiful private hill with a view embracing the Hoang Lien Son mountain range surrounded by white clouds, Silk Path Grand Resort & Spa Sapa offers you many opportunities to experience the flower gardens and take in the captivating views of the surrounding mountains.

Silk Path overlooks the majestic Hoang Lien Son range.

Silk Path Grand Resort & Spa Sapa is inspired by French castles

Possessing a delicate and aristocratic beauty in the typical Indochinese architectural style of the French colonial period and decorative motifs imbued with indigenous Sapa culture, Silk Path Grand Resort & Spa Sapa is proud to be a European-style resort. Dreamy Europe in the mountains of the Northwest

convenient location for visitors to immerse themselves in the unique ethnic culture and lifestyle here

A romantic European resort in the mountains and forests of the Northwest.

One of the special features of Silk Path is that besides facilities such as restaurants, spas, etc., this hotel also has a huge heated swimming pool with extremely relaxing mountain views. In addition, this hotel also has a plus point that it is quite close to the center, so it is quite convenient to visit.

Swimming pool with simple but elegant style

Reference price: 9,700,000 VND

Đăng bởi: Hồ Mỹ Hương

Từ khoá: 3 hotels and resorts ‘expensive’ in Sa Pa to travel to the New Year

The Unique And Unique Dish Of Ty Ba Duck, A Feat Of Processing More Than 10 Hours, Is “Out Of The Oven” In Hanoi

Ty Ba duck is actually a grilled duck dish, but the bones are removed, only the neck bone is kept and shaped like a Ty Ba.

However, not only attracts diners by its unique appearance but what makes the dish attractive is also in the way it is marinated and processed.

The Ty Ba Duck Shop on Chau Long Street is a favorite destination for many roast duck devotees and has been visiting for a year now.

The restaurant’s grilled duck dish has attractive colors and is specially shaped like a Ty Ba, causing curiosity to first-time diners.

Ms. Van (owner of a duck shop in Chau Long Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi) has more than 20 years of experience as a chef. A few years ago, during a trip to Bangkok (Thailand), she had the opportunity to visit Chinatown and enjoy a Chinese dish of Ty Ba duck (also known as Ty Ba Duck).

At the end of the trip, she was still attached to this duck dish and cherished the intention of bringing the dish with that unique flavor and shape to serve customers in Vietnam.

Ducks are braced to the frame, forming a shape like a pistil.

According to the 50-year-old female chef, the duck chosen to make this dish must be a type of duck with a weight of 1.8-2kg, not too big or too small. After preliminarily cleaned, cut off the head, wings and legs, the duck was stripped of all bones, leaving only the neck bone.

This stage requires ingenuity and meticulousness, ensuring that the duck is cleaned of bones without tearing the skin.

Next, the duck is marinated with herbs and spices, each a little according to its own secret, and then stretched into a dedicated frame with a circular design and a long handle like a Ty Ba.

After marinating, stretching and shaping, the duck is hung up and dried for about 8-10 hours. This process helps the duck to evenly absorb the spices and make the skin firm, when grilled, it will be crispy as well as more beautiful.

Duck after roasting has a crispy crust, soft meat, and pinkish-red color.

Finally, the duck is put into the rotary oven at an even temperature. According to Ms. Van, the oven temperature must be standard, not too big or too small, only experienced people can do it to keep the skin crispy, not burnt or punctured, torn, ensuring aesthetics.

After roasting, the duck can keep its crispiness for two hours. For diners who are far away, the shop will vacuum-package the whole body, customers only need to re-bake it in an oil-free fryer or microwave before enjoying it.

The owner of the restaurant cuts roasted duck for guests to take home, and just enjoy.

Like some other roasted duck dishes, the thick sauce and crispy sweet and sour salted tubers are considered the “soul” of this dish.

The same is made from soy sauce, but the owner of the restaurant is seasoned and reduced it according to his own secret to creating a blend of sauces, with enough sweet and sour taste, suitable for most diners’ taste.

In particular, the papaya tubers are also carefully selected by Ms. Van and ordered from Da Nang because the papaya tubers of this land are quite small, and have a characteristic aroma and crunch. Sweet and sour salted tubers served with roasted duck not only help fight boredom but also enhance the attractive taste of the dish.

Mrs. Van’s duck shop is open from 9 am to 7 pm.

Ty Ba duck has crispy skin, soft meat, served with sweet and sour salted tubers and thick dipping sauce.

In addition to grilled duck, the restaurant also serves duck mannequin, mixed duck legs, and bamboo shoot soup, making use of all parts of the duck.

Ty Ba duck is sold for 260,000 VND/head. In addition, the shop also sells duck leg mannequins, mixed duck leg or bamboo shoot soup.

On average, the Ty Ba duck shop sells hundreds of ducks every day. At the end of the month or the Tet holiday, the number of customers is more.

Each serving of grilled duck costs 260,000 VND, enough for 2-3 people to enjoy.

Anh Quoc Dat (in Hoang Mai district, Hanoi) said that the price of this dish is a bit high compared to other roast duck dishes, but it is worth it.

“To make such an eye-catching and mouth-watering finished product, they have to spend a lot of effort and time, so I think the price is also suitable. Diners who are lazy to chew, and like to eat ready-made meat like me, love duck dishes. this lady.

You can enjoy hot roast duck or roll it with herbs, and rice paper and then dip it with a thick dipping sauce,” shared the 32-year-old guest.

The minus point of the restaurant is that it has a small space, does not serve customers to eat on the spot, and only sells takeout.

(Dan Tri)

Đăng bởi: Khâm Thiên

Từ khoá: The unique and unique dish of Ty Ba duck, a feat of processing more than 10 hours, is “out of the oven” in Hanoi

Map Of Hanoi Old Quarter Walking Tour

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After that make your way onto Ton Dan street, located just behind the Opera House, head north and turn left on Le Lai street. After a massive intersection, where you can see the State Bank of Vietnam, you will reach the Ly Thai To Flower Garden (number 2 on the map). This place is home to the statue of King Ly Thai To, a work to honor the king of the Ly Dynasty who established the Thang Long Citadel over a thousand years ago. You might be able to see a host of local people dressed in sport clothes exercising in the background near the garden to 90s dance music, especially in the late afternoon or early morning.

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After the temple, let’s take some time to explore the rest of the Old Quarter. There are a number of activities to do in this area (we might need a separate post for this), but if you are short on time, take a walk through Dinh Liet street. You will find plenty of shops and restaurants along the street. If you are a big fan of “pho”, you might want to drop by “Pho Suong”, which is a traditional pho restaurant in Ngo Trung Yen, a small alley connected to Dinh Liet street. However, they only serve pho in the morning so you might want to get there early to beat the rush. If you continue your journey along Dinh Liet street, you will find the “Western Street”, where many bars and beer clubs are serving locals and foreign visitors. Plan to visit this area after sundown, that’s when you’ll get to see the crowds at play. It’s also worth noting that this area is among the last places to close up shop, staying awake and lively until midnight. At the end of Dinh Liet street, turn left on Hang Buom street and in 20 meters you’ll see Bach Ma Temple (number 4 on the map). This temple is known as one of the four holy guardian houses of the ancient city, protecting the eastern side of the capital.

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After you exit the temple, continue North onto Hang Giay street and walk two chúng tôi right on Hang Chieu and continue walking until you see O Quan Chuong Gate, the only Gate of Thang Long citadel left remaining to this day (number 5). Two centuries ago, the area from the gate outwards was considered “suburban”. Now the gate only serves as a place of historical interest.

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Exit the traditional city centre via the gate, and turn left onto the next big street. Along Yen Phu street, you’ll pass by the Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural on your right hand side. Nearly a meter tall stretching for nearly seven kilometers, this mural features art styles from different dynasties within Vietnam’s history all spanning across the walls of the Red River dyke system. The mural itself has also recently been awarded a Guinness World Record for world’s largest ceramic mosaic!

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Continue northbound along the big road, and turn left when you reach Hang Khoai street. Walk a few blocks and you’ll come across Dong Xuan Market, which is one of the largest markets in Vietnam and the largest market in Hanoi’s Old Quarter (number 6 on the map). The market has existed for hundreds of years since the Nguyen dynasty. You might be able to find some souvenirs for friends or stop for a bowl of noodle soup here. One popular local dishes you might want to look for is “chao suon” (podridge) along with some “quay” (youtiao – a kind of Oriental churros).

As we mentioned earlier this walking guide should take you between 3 and 4 hours to complete! It’ll take you through a historical journey through Hanoi’s Old Quarter to see a combination of art, history, and daily life that have centuries under their belt! Allow yourself to be transported through time as you enjoy the likes of the Bach Ma Temple, or walk through the O Quan Chuong Gate, while having all the luxury comfort or modern day food and beverages to refresh you along the way!

Đăng bởi: Thủy Tiên

Từ khoá: Map of Hanoi Old Quarter Walking Tour

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