For a long time, the street of Le Cong Kieu, which is located behind Ham Nghi Road, has been known as the only one in Ho Chi Minh City selling various kinds of antiques.
For years, the Vietnamese people have practiced many worshipping rites. When speaking about the royal worshipping ceremony, apart from Nam Giao Worshipping Ceremony, it is impossible not to mention the Xa Tac Devotion Ritual that was ranked in the list of “Dai tu”, before “Trung tu” and “Quan Tu” by the Nguyen kings, meaning that it was one of the most important among national worshipping ceremonies.
Located in the two districts of Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc in the northwestern area of Thanh Hoa Province, Pu Luong Natural Reserve has preserved a primitive landscape and plentiful and diversified flora and fauna. With the above natural values, it has now become a fascinating destination for those who love to discover the beauty of nature.
In March 2010, a system of 82 stone stele records of doctoral laureates in Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature – the First National University of Vietnam) in Hanoi was recognized as a World Documentary Heritage by UNESCO. These stele records show the most complete and clearest history of imperial examinations of the Vietnamese feudal dynasties.
Trong Dong Restaurant is a local eatery along Phan Dinh Phung Street, about a 15-minute walk from Da Lat Market. The decor is nothing to write home about - however, while simple plaid tablecloths hang off the dining tables, and generic paintings hang on the walls, it’s the food that makes the experience memorable. Nonetheless, the low-key atmosphere is calm and welcoming. Its staff are warm and hospitable, making the dining experience all the more pleasurable at this family-run restaurant.
Artist Alley Restaurant is one of the most popular eateries in Da Lat and makes for a great place to enjoy live music while dining in a cosy atmosphere. The moderately-priced menu focuses on French and Vietnamese cuisines. Living up to its name, there are unique paintings hanging throughout Artist Alley Restaurant, lining each and every wall, which were all painted by the owner.