TRAVELLIVE 04-2017

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Dear readers,
In this issue, Travellive will bring you back to the real background of the famous films, such as Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars, Gladiator,…That is the small village of Ait Benhaddou in the southeast of Morocco in the distant region of Africa. Although the world is indeed so huge and somewhat surrealist, boundless imagination of man makes everything closer together. That is another nuance that we have got to know through the Harry Potter movies. Now, you don’t have to set foot on distant Britain to discover the extraordinary world of magicians with Hogwarts Castle, Hogsmeade Village and even the simple magic performances. Everything can be seen in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Osaka, Japan. You will find many interesting things through the travel with reporters of Travellive to this place.
Leaving the world of movies, you continue to be lost in the stunning scenery of Krabi with white-sand beaches and blue sea, that is considered a new “paradise” in Southern Thailand, or travel to Java Island to explore the active volcanoes. Also, you can simply book a leisure trip at Novotel Phu Quoc Resort.
We wish you an entertaining start for an exciting summer. Now, please get ready for departure.
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15/04/2017

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DesTinaTion - fooD&beveraGe - culTure - Travel - whaT&where

iTinerary - Travellers' ouTfiT - evenT calenDar - fashion - summer

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TRAVEL

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DU LëCH Y T⁄ TÑI

BANGKOK

Bangkok lµ Æa chÿ mµ du kh∏ch

Æ∏ng l≠u t©m n’u c„ nhu c«u

du lch k’t hÓp ch˜a b÷nh.

hOspitAl &

hOspitAlitY iN

BANGKOK

Bangkok is also a promising city

for you to come and experience

your favorite vacation with

dedicated medical care.

ITINERARY

Khi N@i l^A Kh§NG lÄ

QuÉi th@

M„n quµ x¯ng Æ∏ng dµnh cho

bπn sau c∂ qu∏ tr◊nh nÁ l˘c leo

ln Æÿnh nÛi lµ c¨ hÈi chim

ng≠Ïng ng‰n lˆa xanh tuy÷t

Æãp khi kh› l≠u hu˙nh ch∏y.

wheN vOlcANic is NOt

sOmethiNG dANGerOus

The best reward you get

after attempting to reach the

volcano’s peak is the chance

to witness imposing blue fire

that is created by ignited

sulfuric gas.

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FASHION

BOArdiNG pAss tO summer

PhÛ QuËc Æãp nh†t buÊi hoµng h´n,

khi toµn bÈ kh´ng gian ch◊m trong sæc

Æ· r˘c rÏ, r∏ng næng muÈn l†p l∏nh

trn nh˜ng con s„ng...

Phu Quoc is most stunning during sunset,

when the red orange light covers the

whole space, sparkling on the waves.

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LUXURY LIVING

N¢NG t¡m Kh§NG GiAN või cÅm

h`NG ch¢u ¢u

Ngµy nay, nhi“u kh∏ch sπn, nhµ hµng hay

spa trong n≠Ìc vµ quËc t’ Æang ¯ng dÙng

nh˜ng xu h≠Ìng mÌi nh†t trong vi÷c trang

tr› nÈi th†t, Æ∆c bi÷t lµ gπch Ëp l∏t

set A New BAr Of luxurY

fOr liviNG spAce with the

iNspirAtiON frOm eurOpe

Nowadays, many hotels, restaurants and

spas both in Vietnam and other countries

have been following the latest trends in

choosing interior decoration.

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CULTURE

Bêch hñA

Kh§NG

Bi£N Giõi

Bn cπnh graffiti,

tranh kh∂m, ∏p ph›ch

qu∂ng c∏o, khu´n

trÊ, c´ng tr◊nh sæp

Æ∆t..., b›ch h‰a g„p

ph«n tπo nn mÈt

b¯c tranh hoµn chÿnh

cÒa phong trµo ngh÷

thuÀt Æ≠Íng phË

(Street Art).

murAls

withOut

BOrders

In addition to graffiti,

mosaic paintings,

posters and works of

installation, murals

contribute to creating

a fully worked-out

picture of street art.

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SUMMER

Nh~NG híN ßÅO th@ vë

CHO K∞ NGHé LŸ 30/4

Ba hn Æ∂o "quen mµ lπ" d≠Ìi

Æ©y sœ mang Æ’n cho bπn nh˜ng

c∂m xÛc mÌi mŒ vµ th≠ gi∑n

trong chuy’n du ngoπn th’ giÌi

vµo k˙ nghÿ L‘ sæp tÌi.

iNterestiNG islANds fOr

this NAtiONAl hOlidAY

The three islands which are

popular yet strange will bring you

unforgettable new experiences this

national holiday.

DESTINATION

KrABi, "thi£N ßòNG" BiÕN

mõi N‡i ô NAm thÉi lAN

KhÎi Æ«u hµnh tr◊nh, chÛng t´i xu´i

m∏i chÃo qua qua vnh n≠Ìc l∆ng

s„ng Æ” rÂi cho∏ng ngÓp khi ti’n s∏t

c∏c d∑y nÛi Æ∏ v´i sıng s˜ng, c∂m

gi∏c nh≠ sæp ÆÊ sÀp...

KrABi, A New BeAch

pArAdise iN sOutherN

thAilANd

To start the journey, we kayaked

through a calm area. When

approaching them, I felt as if they were

about to collapse on us.

FOOD&BEVERAGE

S# QUY⁄N rü T\ PAeLLA

Paella - M„n c¨m rang Æ≠Óc ch’ bi’n

vµ Æ˘ng trong mÈt chi’c ch∂o lÌn.

the chArm Of pAellA

Paella which means "the pan" in Spanish

refers to the way it is prepare and served

- on a large pan.

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PHOTO TRAVEL

NhÄ §NG tr¡N

Nhµ §ng Tr«n lµ mÈt

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vµ di s∂n v®n h„a ÆÈc

Æ∏o, bi”u t≠Óng tinh

th«n t≠¨ng ∏i cÈng

ÆÂng cÒa nh˜ng ng≠Íi

khai hoang, lÀp †p tπi

Long S¨n, VÚng Tµu.

mister trAN’s

hOuse

Mister Tran’s house,

also known as Long

Son Big House, is an

antique architectural

complex and cultural

relic representing

the solidarity and

relationship among

the first settlers in

Long Son, Ba Ria

Vung Tau.

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Blue taste, Fiji - Markolf Zimmer

Trong th∏ng 3, chÛng

ta Æ∑ ch¯ng ki’n c¨n

sËt cÒa "Kong: Skull Island" tı mµn ∂nh rÈng lan sang Æa hπt du lch

vÌi s˘ cuÂng nhi÷t kh∏m ph∏ c∏c Æa danh du lch tπi Vi÷t Nam l«n Æ«u

tin Æ≠Óc Hollywood ch‰n lµm bËi c∂nh quay bÈ phim bom t†n.

Travellive mÍi ÆÈc gi∂ trÎ lπi kh´ng gian th˘c cÒa nhi“u bÈ phim nÊi

ti’ng nh≠ Lawrence of Arabia, Chi’n tranh gi˜a c∏c v◊ sao, Gladiator...

nªm »n m◊nh tπi ng´i lµng nh· Ait Benhaddou Î ph›a ß´ng Nam

Maroc m∑i tÀn Phi ch©u. Th’ giÌi qu∂ xa x®m, Æ´i khi c„ ph«n siu

th˘c, nh≠ng nhÍ tr› t≠Îng t≠Óng v´ bin cÒa con ng≠Íi, m‰i th¯ Æ≠Óc

x›ch g«n lπi. ß„ lµ mÈt sæc th∏i kh∏c n˜a mµ chÛng ta cÚng Æ∑ Æ≠Óc

bi’t Æ’n qua bÈ phim Harry Porter. Nay th◊ kh´ng c«n ph∂i Æ∆t ch©n

Æ’n Anh QuËc xa x´i, bπn v…n c„ th” kh∏m ph∏ th’ giÌi phÔ thu˚

k˙ thÛ vÌi l©u Ƶi Hogwarts, lµng Hogsmeade, vµ thÀm ch› lµ nh˜ng

mµn bi”u di‘n mÈt sË bÔa phäp ƨn gi∂n. N¨i Æ„ ch›nh lµ c´ng vin

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Î Osaka, NhÀt B∂n mµ bπn

c„ th” t◊m th†y bao Æi“u l˝ thÛ qua chuy’n du hµnh cÔng ph„ng vin

Travellive Æ’n Æ©y.

Tπm rÍi kh·i s¯c ∂nh h≠Îng cÒa th’ giÌi phim ∂nh, bπn ti’p tÙc lπc

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ChÛc qu˝ ÆÈc gi∂ c„ khÎi Æ«u l˝ thÛ cho mÈt mÔa hà trµn Æ«y

h¯ng khÎi!

This March, we all are excited for the blockbuster-

Kong: Skull Island that not only attracts audiences but

visitors with the magnificent landscapes in Vietnam.

Travellive will bring you back to the real background

of the famous films, such as Lawrence of Arabia,

Star Wars, Gladiator,... That is the small village

of Ait Benhaddou in the southeast of Morocco in

the distant region of Africa. Although the world is

indeed so huge and somewhat surrealist, boundless

imagination of man makes everything closer

together. That is another nuance that we have got

to know through the Harry Potter movies. Now, you

don't have to set foot on distant Britain to discover

the extraordinary world of magicians with Hogwarts

Castle, Hogsmeade Village and even the simple

magic performances. Everything can be seen in the

Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Osaka, Japan.

You will find many interesting things through the

travel with reporters of Travellive to this place.

Leaving the world of movies, you continue to be

lost in the stunning scenery of Krabi with whitesand

beaches and blue sea, that is considered a

new "paradise" in Southern Thailand, or travel to

Java Island to explore the active volcanoes. Also,

you can simply book a leisure trip at Novotel Phu

Quoc Resort.

We wish you an entertaining start for an exciting

summer!

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BAN BI£N TÜP


CHIẾN THẮNG THUỘC VỀ


Ông Nguyễn Văn Thời

Bà Phạm Thị Quỳnh Duyên

Mức tiêu hao:

5,93L/242km


Ông Đoàn Ngọc Anh Vũ

Bà Huỳnh Thị Thanh Hạnh

Mức tiêu hao:

2,8L/242km

07 – 09.04.2017

242km

7,46L


DÒNG XE 3,0L

242km

7,29L


DÒNG XE 2,5L

Kết quả được đo lường, giám định bởi dựa trên điều kiện hành trình lý tưởng nhất

và cách thức đo nhiên liệu theo quy định của Ban Tổ chức

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FOR THE MOST AMAZING JOURNEYS!

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nh˜ng m„n ngon t≠¨i

m∏t bn h b¨i.

(NAUTICA BEACH

CLUB - Premier Village

Danang Resort *99 V‚

Nguyn Gi∏p, Q. NgÚ

Hµnh S¨n, ßµ NΩng

*Tel: 0236 391 9999

*Website: www.danang.

premiervillage.com.vn)

HÄ NóI

Skyline - ßi”m hãn trn cao l∑ng mπn

Nªm trn t«ng 11-13 cÒa kh∏ch sπn Tirant, Skyline lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng qu∏n cµ ph cao, thÛ v trong khu phË cÊ Hµ NÈi. H¨n c∂ mÈt qu«y bar vµ nhµ

hµng, n¨i Æ©y sœ Æem lπi cho bπn mÈt tr∂i nghi÷m kh„ qun vÌi s˘ quan t©m Æ∆c bi÷t tı nh˜ng ng≠Íi phÙc vÙ, vµ t«m nh◊n ´m tr‰n khu phË cÊ Hµ NÈi.

Skyline h¯a hãn sœ Æem tÌi cho c∏c c∆p Æ´i mÈt tr∂i nghi÷m tuy÷t vÍi, dÔ Æ„ lµ ®n uËng tπi khu v˘c bµn ch›nh cÒa nhµ hµng, th≠ gi∑n trn gh’ sofa da bn

cπnh cˆa sÊ. Hay ƨn gi∂n lµ th∂ hÂn bn h b¨i Æ” ngæm nh◊n mÈt Hµ NÈi Ân µo, n∏o nhi÷t theo c∏ch r†t kh∏c.

(SKYLINE RESTAURANT *38 Gia Ng≠, Hµng Bπc, Hoµn Ki’m, Hµ NÈi *Tel: 024 6652 3566 *Website: www.skylinehanoi.com)

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VIETNAMESE

SPIRIT IN THE URBAN CITY

With a small, lush bamboo garden, Mountain Retreat, nestled on a high floor of an old apartment in a small lane at

the heart of Saigon, offering guests a tranquil place with traditional Vietnamese dishes. As its name reflects, the

restaurant brings diners a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This is an ideal place to enjoy

Vietnamese culinary quiescence in the center of Saigon.

(MOUNTAIN RETREAT *Rooftop 36 Le Loi, Ben Nghe Ward, Dist. 1, HCMC *Tel: 0907 194 557

*Fanpage: www.facebook.com/mountainretreatvn)

DANANG

Sunday BBQ at

Nautica Beach

Club

If you are seeking a happy

BBQ party with family

and friends on the beach

this weekend, do not

miss this chance to enjoy

weekly Sunday BBQ at

Nautica Beach Club, from

17:30 to 21:30. For only

VND450,000++/adult

(including a glass of beer),

you are invited to enjoy

an outdoor party with

loved ones, immerse in

the largest swimming pool

at Premier Village Danang

Resort, join the DJ

program, and "buy 1 get

2 free" drink promotion.

Take in the beauty of the

surrounding landscape; let

the cool breeze of the sea

pamper you while tasting

delicious dishes at the

poolside.

(NAUTICA BEACH

CLUB - PREMIER

VILLAGE DANANG

RESORT *99 Vo Nguyen

Giap, Ngu Hanh Son,

Danang *Tel: 0236 391

9999 *Website: www.

danang.premiervillage.

com.vn)

HANOI

Flavors

Blooming With

Unparalleled

Steak Dishes

The restaurant's name

is the combination of

"steak" and "find it out",

aiming to offer diners

a world of steak. At

Steakout, various dishes

are tasty and prepared

with premium beef

imported from New

Zealand, Australia,

The USA, and Japan. It

is not surprising that,

when exploring the

restaurant, you might

feel like you are getting

lost in the world of

steak with all the many

flavors, from traditional

steak to unparalleled

steak variations. If you

are keen on traditional

steaks, then choose

the American, Japan, or

Australian beef. Apart

from delicious dishes,

Steakout boasts a list of

delightful drinks prepared

with fresh fruits,

completing your dining

experience.

(STEAKOUT

RESTAURANT *24

Tran Hung Dao, Hoan

Kiem, Hanoi *Tel: 024

3537 2222 *Website:

www.steakout.vn)

HANOI

Skyline - A Romantic Destination on a High Position

Situated on the 11-13 floors of the Tirant Hotel, Skyline is one of the most intriguing cafes set on high in Hanoi's Old

Quarter. Beyond a bar and restaurant, Skyline promises to bring you unforgettable experiences with caring staff and a

stunning view of the old quarter. This is also a romantic destination for couples no matter what they choose to enjoy,

be it dining at the main area, relaxing on soft sofa set near the windows, or just simply watching bustling Hanoi from

above.

(SKYLINE RESTAURANT *38 Gia Ngu, Hang Bac, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi *Tel: 024 6652 3566

*Website: www.skylinehanoi.com)

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TP.HCM

BUFFET

HÅI SÅN M\NG LŸ 30/4 & 1/5

Trong 3 ngµy 29, 30/4 vµ 1/5, th˘c kh∏ch Æ’n Nhµ hµng Central, Kh∏ch sπn Liberty Central Saigon Riverside sœ c„ c¨ hÈi th≠Îng th¯c

b˜a ti÷c buffet h∂i s∂n h†p d…n vÌi gi∏ 799.000VNß++/ng≠Íi lÌn vµ 449.000VNß++/trŒ em (5 - 11 tuÊi). ß∆c bi÷t, th˘c kh∏ch sœ Æ≠Óc

gi∂m 15% khi Æ∆t bµn tr≠Ìc ngµy 28/4. Nªm tπi t«ng 1 kh∏ch sπn, h≠Ìng ra bÍ s´ng Sµi Gn th¨ mÈng, b˜a ti÷c buffet tËi h∂i s∂n trong

nh˜ng ngµy nghÿ l‘ sæp tÌi sœ lµ dp Æ” bπn sum h‰p, qu©y qu«n bn gia Æ◊nh vµ nh˜ng ng≠Íi th©n yu cÒa m◊nh.

(NHÄ HÄNG CENTRAL *Kh∏ch sπn Liberty Central Saigon Riverside, 17 T´n ߯c Thæng, P. B’n Nghä, Q.1, TP. HCM

*Tel: 028 3827 1717 *Website: www.odysseahotels.com/riverside-hotel)

TP.HCM

TP.HCM

Th≠Îng »m

trn t«ng cao

"Sorae" - Ph›a trn b«u

trÍi, giËng nh≠ ch›nh

tn g‰i cÒa m◊nh, Sorae

lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng nhµ

hµng NhÀt B∂n c„ t«m

nh◊n ngoπn mÙc nh†t vµ

cÚng lµ Æi”m Æ’n l˝ t≠Îng

nªm ngay gi˜a trung t©m

Sµi Gn. Th≠Îng ngoπn

khung c∂nh hoµng h´n

tuy÷t Æãp, ngæm nh◊n

thµnh phË v“ Æm tπi

t«ng 24 toµ nhµ AB vµ

th≠Îng th¯c nh˜ng m„n

mÌi lπ nh≠ sandwich b

ki”u Sorae ho∆c nh˜ng

ph«n sushi nh· tuy nhin

v…n Æ∏p ¯ng Æ≠Óc thµnh

ph«n dinh d≠Ïng tı th˘c

ƨn ®n nhã hoµn toµn

mÌi cÒa Sorae vÌi gi∏ tı

65.000VNß/ph«n

(SORAE *T«ng 24 - 25,

Th∏p AB, 76A L Lai,

Q.1, TP. HCM *Tel: 028

38 272 372 *Facebook:

www.facebook.com/

Soraesushi *Website:

www.soraesushi.com)

TP.HCM

S˘ k’t hÓp

hoµn h∂o cÒa

tht x´ng kh„i

vµ c∏ tuy’t

Th∏ng 4 nµy, th≠Îng th¯c

v ngon kh„ c≠Ïng tı s˘

k’t hÓp thÛ v cÒa tht

heo x´ng kh„i cuÈn vµ

c∏ tuy’t bäo ngÀy ha

quy÷n trong xËt Aburi

vÌi gi∏ 750.000VNß++/

m„n. S˘ k’t hÓp mang lπi

s˘ th›ch thÛ mÌi lπ trong

tıng cung bÀc v gi∏c, vÌi

nguÂn nguyn li÷u t≠¨i

ngon Æ≠Óc ch’ bi’n tı

bµn tay Æiu luy÷n cÒa

c∏c Æ«u b’p tµi ba cÒa

nhµ hµng. M„n c∏ tuy’t

cÔng tht heo x´ng kh„i

nÊi trÈi trong th∏ng 4

nµy sœ lµ mÈt Æi”m nh†n

kh„ qun cho l«n tr∂i

nghi÷m »m th˘c cÒa bπn.

(NHÄ HÄNG KISSHO

*14 Nguy‘n Hu÷, Q.1,

TP. HCM *Tel: 028 3823

2223 *Website: www.

kissho.wmcvietnam.com)

¬m th˘c Hu’

Æ∆c tr≠ng

tπi The Hu’

Housse

VÌi mÙc Æ›ch giÌi thi÷u

v®n Hu’ Æ’n g«n vÌi m‰i

ng≠Íi, The Hu’ House

Æ≠Óc m´ ph·ng nh≠ 01

ng´i nhµ v≠Ín Hu’ cÊ

k›nh sœ h†p d…n du kh∏ch

bªng c∏c m„n ®n truy“n

thËng b◊nh d, tı c¨m h’n,

b∏nh bÃo, bÈt l‰c, b∏nh

nÀm, bÛn b, bÛn tht

n≠Ìng... Æ∆c tr≠ng cÒa Hu’

Æ’n nh˜ng m„n ®n nÊi

ti’ng kh∏c cÒa Vi÷t Nam

nh≠ cao l«u HÈi An, m◊

Qu∂ng, b l∏ lËt, ch∂ gi,

b∏nh ÆÀp, nem n≠Ìng...

ß’n vÌi The Hu’ House,

th˘c kh∏ch kh´ng chÿ hi”u

thm ph«n nµo v“ v®n

h„a Hu’ qua »m th˘c vµ

nät ki’n trÛc Æ∆c tr≠ng x¯

Hu’ cÒa nhµ hµng mµ cn

Æ≠Óc ngæm nh◊n khung

c∂nh Sµi Gn tı trn cao.

(THE HU⁄ HOUSE

- Authentic Vietnamese

Hu’ cuisine *T«ng th≠Óng

Ta nhµ Master Building,

41 - 43 Tr«n Cao V©n, P.6,

Q.3, TP. HCM *Tel: 0909

246 156)

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Luxury Redefined

C R U I S E H A L O N G B A Y L I K E N E V E R B E F O R E

HANOI SALES OFFICE: Unit 201, 2nd Floor, Hanoi Tower, No.49 Hai Ba Trung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Tel: +84 4 3941 6666 - E: info@paradisecruise.com - W: www.paradisecruise.com

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HCMC

SEAFOOD BUFFET TO CELEBRATE

THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY

During 3 days from April 29 th to May 1 st , diners will have a chance to enjoy a scrumptious seafood buffet at

Central Restaurant, Liberty Central Saigon Riverside for only VND799,000++/adult and VND449,000++/child

(from 5 to 11 years old). Moreover, every booking before April 28 th will enjoy a discount of 15%. Located on

the 1 st floor, and overlooking the poetic Saigon River, the restaurant, with its special buffet, will bring you great shared

moments with family, friends, and your loved ones.

(CENTRAL RESTAURANT *LIBERTY CENTRAL SAIGON RIVERSIDE *17 Ton Duc Thang, Ben Nghe, Dist. 1,

HCMC *Tel: 028 3827 1717 *Website: www.odysseahotels.com/riverside-hotel)

HCMC

HCMC

The Perfect

Blend of Bacon

and Snowfish

This April, enjoy the

mouthwatering taste

of bacon and snowfish

blended in Aburi sauce

for only VND750,000++/

dish at Kissho Restaurant.

Prepared by talented chefs

with not but the freshest of

ingredients, the harmonious

combination introduces

guests a unique dining

experience. Do not miss

the chance to enjoy this

special April dish with your

friends and family while

sharing happy moments

together.

(KISSHO RESTAURANT

*14 Nguyen Hue, Dist. 1,

HCMC *Tel: 028 3823 2223

*Website: www.kissho.

wmcvietnam.com)

HCMC

Great Dining

Treat in a Great

High Place

As its name "Sorae"

(meaning "above the sky")

reflects, this restaurant is

a Japanese culinary haven

offering exceptional views

of the city. This is, without

a doubt, an ideal place

in the center of Saigon.

Contemplate the stunning

sunset, watch the city by

night from the 24 th floor

of the AB building, and

enjoy unique dishes such as

Sorae-styled beef sandwich

and pieces of sushi which

are small yet scrumptious.

The Sorae's brand new

snack menu's prices start at

VND65,000/pax.

(SORAE *24 - 25 floor, AB

Buidling, 76A Le Lai, Dist. 1,

HCMC *Tel: 028 38 272

372 *Facebook: www.

facebook.com/Soraesushi/

*Website: www.soraesushi.

com)

Authentic

Vietnamese Hue

cuisine at The

Hue House

Aiming to bring Hue culture

closer to visitors, The Hue

House is designed as an

antique Hue garden house

and attracts guests with

simple traditional dishes,

from c¨m h’n (rice with

mussels), b∏nh bao, bÈt l‰c,

b∏nh nÀm, bÛn b (Huestyled

noodles soup with

beef), and bÛn tht nuÌng

(vermicelli with grilled pork)

to more unique Vietnamese

specialties such as cao l«u,

m˙ Qu∂ng (Quang noodles),

b l∏ lËt (beef with piper

lotot), ch∂ gi (spring rolls),

b∏nh ÆÀp, nem n≠Ìng, and

more. At The Hue House,

you will have a chance to

not only learn more about

Hue's culture through

dishes and the restaurant's

architecture, but also enjoy

the panoramic view of

Saigon from above.

(THE HUE HOUSE

*Rooftop, Master Building,

41 - 43 Tran Cao Van, Ward

6, Dist. 3, HCMC *Tel: 0909

246 156)

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LÄO CAI

Aira Boutique Hotel

- L˘a ch‰n mÁi khi

Æ’n Sapa

T‰a lπc tπi mÈt trong nh˜ng Æi”m

Æ’n Æãp trn mÈt tri“n nÛi vµ c∏ch

5 phÛt Æi bÈ tı nhµ thÍ Æ∏ trung

t©m, kh∏ch sπn Aira Boutique Sapa

lµ n¨i »n n∏u l˝ t≠Îng cho nh˜ng

du kh∏ch c„ nhu c«u nghÿ d≠Ïng vµ

yu th›ch »m th˘c tinh t’. Kh∏ch

sπn cung c†p chÁ Î sang tr‰ng, Æ«y

phong c∏ch vÌi h b¨i ngoµi trÍi.

MÁi phng nghÿ Æ“u Æ≠Óc thi’t k’

trang nh∑ vÌi ÆÂ nÈi th†t hi÷n Æπi,

thi’t b s≠Îi cÚng nh≠ kät an toµn

c∏ nh©n... Du kh∏ch c„ th” th≠ gi∑n

tπi Aira Spa ho∆c rÃn luy÷n s¯c

kh·e trong phng tÀp th” dÙc.

(AIRA BOUTIQUE SAPA

HOTEL & SPA *30 Hoµng

Lin, th tr†n Sapa, Lµo Cai *Tel:

0214 377 2268 *Website:www.

airaboutiquesapa.com)

HOTELS

& RESORTS TP.HCM

THE ALCOVE LIBRARY

PHONG CÉCH BOUTIQUE

C‡ ßIÕN

Kh∏ch sπn The Alcove Library ch›nh lµ th˘c th” lπ l…m tπi thµnh phË HÂ Ch› Minh: mÈt kh∏ch sπn

boutique ÆÈc nh†t vÌi s˘ pha trÈn li“n mπch gi˜a c∏ t›nh, phong c∏ch vµ dch vÙ. ¬n sau vŒ Æãp

tinh t’ cÒa thi’t k’ bn ngoµi kh∏ch sπn lµ mÈt th≠ vi÷n lÌn ngay tπi ti“n s∂nh, vÌi l≠Óng s∏ch

phong phÛ thuÈc nhi“u th” loπi, tı nh˜ng cuËn ti”u thuy’t best-selling Æ’n nh˜ng quy”n c»m nang du

lch. Ngoµi th≠ vi÷n s∏ch ÆÈc Æ∏o th◊ tπi ti“n s∂nh cÚng c„ r†t nhi“u nh˜ng b¯c ∂nh ngh÷ thuÀt cÒa c∏c

nhi’p ∂nh gia nÊi ti’ng, vµ c∏c lËi Æi tπi kh∏ch sπn d≠Íng nh≠ thÛ v h¨n vÌi c∏c c©u tr›ch d…n v®n h‰c Æ«y

˝ ngh‹a, mÈt s˘ pha trÈn hµi ha gi˜a nät cÊ Æi”n vµ hi÷n Æπi, vµ Æ≠Óc t´ Æi”m ÆÀm nät vÌi nh˜ng ni“m

vui Æ«y b†t chÓt.

(THE ALCOVE LIBRARY HOTEL HCMC *133A - 133 B Nguy‘n ß◊nh Ch›nh, ph≠Íng 8,

QuÀn PhÛ NhuÀn, HÂ Ch› Minh *Tel: 028 6256 9966/9977 *Email: alcove@alcovehotel.com.vn

*Website: www.alcovehotel.com.vn)

QUÅNG NAM

Four seasons

resort the

Nam Hai

Nªm bn cπnh b∑i

bi”n mi“n Trung

nguyn s¨, Four

Seasons Resort The

Nam Hai lµ Æi”m Æ’n

mÌi, thÛ v cho c∏c

gia Æ◊nh n®ng ÆÈng,

nh˜ng ng≠Íi yu bi”n

vµ kh∏ch du lch »m

th˘c. C∂ 60 bi÷t th˘

ring Î Æ©y Æ“u c„

view h≠Ìng bi”n, c„

s©n ring bi÷t. Trong

Æ„, c„ 40 bi÷t th˘

c„ b” b¨i ring, 3 b”

b¨i c´ng cÈng, 4 s©n

tennis, 2 nhµ hµng vµ

mÈt qu«y bar. ß©y

cÚng lµ Æπi di÷n duy

nh†t cÒa Vi÷t Nam l‰t

top 15 kh∏ch sπn mÌi

vµ hot nh†t n®m 2017

Æ∏ng Æ” du kh∏ch

"check in" do CNN

Business Traveller

Æ“ xu†t.

(FOUR SEASONS

RESORT THE NAM

HAI *KhËi Hµ My

ß´ng B, P. ßi÷n D≠¨ng,

Th x∑ ßi÷n Bµn, Qu∂ng

Nam *Tel: 0235 394

0000 *Website: www.

fourseasons.com/

hoian)

TP.HCM

Khai tr≠¨ng kh∏ch

sπn ibis Saigon

Airport

Chÿ c∏ch S©n bay quËc t’ T©n S¨n

Nh†t 5 phÛt, kh∏ch sπn ibis Saigon

Airport vÌi 282 phng cung c†p

c∏c loπi phng Æ∏p ¯ng m‰i yu

c«u, bao gÂm 65 studio vµ c∏c

c®n hÈ dch vÙ c„ mÈt phng ngÒ

vµ hai phng ngÒ dµnh cho kh∏ch

l≠u trÛ dµi ngµy, cÔng vÌi b’p nh·

Æ≠Óc trang b Æ«y ÆÒ ti÷n nghi. VÌi

nÈi th†t hi÷n Æπi theo chÒ Æ“ du

lch, c∏c phng c∏ch ©m Æ≠Óc trang

b gi≠Íng 'Sweet Bed TM by ibis'

Æ∆c tr≠ng vµ rÃm cˆa chæn s∏ng

giÛp bπn c„ gi†c ngÒ tuy÷t vÍi. Lµ

th≠¨ng hi÷u mang t›nh bi”u t≠Óng

trong sË c∏c kh∏ch sπn phÊ th´ng,

ibis cung c†p dch vÙ vµ ti÷n nghi

tuy÷t vÍi nh†t vÌi gi∏ tr tËt nh†t

trong ph©n khÛc nµy.

(KHÉCH SÑN IBIS SAIGON

AIRPORT *2 ß≠Íng HÂng Hµ,

Ph≠Íng 2, Q. T©n B◊nh, Thµnh phË

HÂ Ch› Minh *Tel: 028 3848 5556

*Website: www.accorhotels.

com/9468 ho∆c www.ibis.

com/9468)

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THE ALCOVE LIBRARY

IN A CLASSIC BOUTIQUE STYLE

The Alcove Library is the only boutique hotel in Ho Chi Minh City offering a great blend in style and services. As its name reflects,

hidden behind the hotel's sophisticated design is a large library set in the main lounge. The library is home to hundreds of books of

various genres, from bestselling novels to travel guides. In addition to the unparalleled library, the lounge also displays an array of

photos by famous photographers. Meanwhile, the hotel's pathways are adorned with meaningful quotes, all contributing to a harmonious

blend of classic and modern styles, highlighted by surprising details.

(THE ALCOVE LIBRARY HOTEL *133A Nguyen Dinh Chinh, Phu Nhuan Dist., HCMC *Tel: 028 6256 9966/9977

*Email: alcove@alcovehotel.com.vn *Website: www.alcovehotel.com.vn)

HCMC

Ibis Saigon

Airport to open

Just a 5 minute drive from

Tan Son Nhat International

Airport, The Ibis Saigon

Airport hotel consists

of 282 guestrooms in

various classes, including

65 studios. There are also

well equipped suites with

1 or 2 bed rooms and a

small kitchen for visitors

who stay for a long time.

With modern, tourismthemed

interiors, the

soundproofed rooms are

equipped with distinctive

"Sweet Bed TM by Ibis"

bedding and blackout

curtains, offering guests the

chance for a full rewarding

sleep. As an iconic brand

among budget hotels, Ibis

offers the best of services

and amenities at the best

value in this segment.

(IBIS SAIGON

AIRPORT HOTEL *No.

2 Hong Ha Street, Ward. 2,

Tan Binh, HCMC *Tel: 028

3848 5556 *Website: www.

accorhotels.com/9468 or

www.ibis.com/9468)

LAO CAI

Aira Boutique

Hotel - A New

Destination In

Sapa

Situated on a prime

location on the hillside,

just a 5 minute walk

from the stone church,

Aira Boutique Sapa is a

perfect getaway place

for visitors who are

seeking relaxation and

delicious cuisine. The

hotel provides luxurious

accommodations including

an outdoor swimming

pool. Each guestroom is

elegantly designed with a

modern interior, heating

system, and personal safe.

You can enjoy your own

intimate space at Aira

Spa as well as get in an

exercise session in the

hotel's fitness room.

(AIRA BOUTIQUE

SAPA HOTEL & SPA

*30 Hoang Lien, Sapa,

Lao Cai *Tel: 0214 377

2268 *Website: www.

airaboutiquesapa.com)

QUANG NAM

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai

Located on the pristine coast line of Central Vietnam, the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai is a new ideal destination for families, beach lovers and

foodies. The resort's 60 villas feature a beautiful sea view and private terrace. 40 villas boast private swimming pools as well. There are also 3 public

swimming pools, 4 tennis courses, 2 restaurants, and a bar, meeting all demands of visitors. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai is also the only resort of

Vietnam to be listed in top 15 hottest newly launched hotels and resorts by CNN Business Traveller.

(FOUR SEASONS RESORT THE NAM HAI *Ha My Dong B, Dien Duong, Dien Ban, Quang Nam

*Tel: 0235 394 0000 *Website: www.fourseasons.com/hoian)

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LISTEN TO THE SOUNDS OF OCEAN

MÈt m◊nh Æi dπo thÀt sÌm khi nh˜ng Ưa trŒ v…n cn Æang vÔi

m◊nh trong ch®n lµ sÎ th›ch mÁi khi Æi du lch, Æ” c∂m nhÀn

Æ≠Óc h≠¨ng c· c©y thanh khi’t ph∂ng ph†t trong mµn s≠¨ng

ban mai vµ ngæm nh◊n nh˜ng hπt s≠¨ng li ti cn v≠¨ng m◊nh trn

c∏c t∏n l∏ Î mÁi n¨i t´i Æ’n. Vµ HÈi An cÚng vÀy!

B«u trÍi trong trŒo. Tıng con s„ng khœ x´ bÍ c∏t. Gi„ bi”n

m∏t r≠Ói l≠Ìt trn lµn da nh≠ Æang vÁ v“ ©u y’m. Vµi du kh∏ch

Æang v≠¨n m◊nh vÌi bµi tÀp Tai-chi trn th∂m c· xanh m≠Ìt tr∂i

d‰c theo b∑i bi”n cÒa Palm Garden Resort. Trn m∏i ng„i cÒa

c∏c d∑y phng nghÿ Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ theo phong c∏ch cÊ HÈi An

c„ c´ mÃo tam th” Æang cuÈn m◊nh trong gi†c ngÒ Æ” Æ„n chÍ

nh˜ng tia næng Æ«u tin. Ba v kh∏ch T©y Æang ch‰n cho m◊nh

chÁ ngÂi l˝ t≠Îng nh†t bn hin cÒa nhµ hµng Terrace Æ” vıa

th≠Îng th¯c b˜a s∏ng, vıa c„ th” ph„ng t«m mæt ra khu v≠Ín

nhi÷t ÆÌi xanh m∏t xung quanh. Nh©n vin bæt Æ«u c´ng vi÷c

mÌi, sΩn sµng nÎ nÙ c≠Íi thÀt t≠¨i vµ "Chµo buÊi s∏ng" mÁi v

kh∏ch h‰ g∆p.

H∑y th∂ m◊nh vµo lµn n≠Ìc m∏t lπnh cÒa h b¨i, b∑i bi”n hay

Ɖc mÈt cuËn s∏ch ≠a th›ch trn chi’c v‚ng trong v≠Ín. C∂m

gi∏c mπnh h¨n c„ th” l≠Ìt ra kh¨i vÌi chi’c cano hay thˆ chÃo

kayak vÌi ng≠Íi bπn yu qu˝. Nh˜ng Ưa trŒ c„ th” tham gia

vµo c∏c hoπt ÆÈng Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ ring. Khu nghÿ cn c„ nh˜ng

chuy’n xe mi‘n ph› vµo trung t©m phË cÊ. ThÛ v h¨n c„ th” t˘

l∏i mÈt chi’c xe Æπp Æ” kh∏m ph∏ r†t nhi“u Æi“u h†p d…n trn

Æ≠Íng Æi.

Sau mÈt ngµy m÷t m·i, h∑y ng©m m◊nh trong h thÒy l˘c vµ sˆ

dÙng tr li÷u ch®m s„c c¨ th” tπi Palm Spa Æ” th≠ gi∑n vµ phÙc

hÂi n®ng l≠Óng. CÔng Æ’n vµ c∂m nhÀn HÈi An!

hoi an On holidays, I love strolling

on beach in the early morning when

my kids are still sleeping, taking in the

fresh scents of plants and looking at

tiny dew drops on green leaves. Hoi

An, of course, is a great place for such

relaxing feeling.

The sky is clear and the waves

are gently lapping at the shore.

Fresh sea breeze pampers

my skin. Some visitors are

practicing Taichi on the green grass

along the private beach of Palm

Garden Resort. On the tile roof of

suites designed in an ancient Hoi An

style is a cat curling up, waiting for

the first rays of the sun. Three foreign

visitors choose a great place on the

side of Terrace Restaurant to enjoy

their breakfast while contemplating

the beauty of the surrounding tropical

forest. The staff start their new

working day, saying "Good morning"

with smiles to every guest they meet.

Immerse yourself in the cool water

of the swimming pool, lazily enjoy the

beach, or read a favorite book while

lying on a hammock in the garden. For

adventure lovers, surf on the ocean

with a canoe or kayak with your

loved one. Kids are invited to partake

in special activities. The resort also

offers complementary shuttle bus to

the ancient town. More interesting,

you can ride a bicycle to explore

attractions along the way.

After a tiring day, soak in Jacuzzi

and relax with therapies at Palm Spa

and regenerate energy. Come and

experience Hoi An!

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C¡N TH•

BçNH THUÜN

Há S§I ßóNG

TÑI THE CLIFF

RESORT &

RESIDENCES

MÁi khi hà v“, du lch bi”n lu´n lµ l˘a ch‰n

hµng Æ«u cÒa nhi“u ng≠Íi nhªm xua tan c∏i

n„ng vµ tÀn h≠Îng kh´ng kh› trong lµnh. HÃ

n®m nay (tı 4/5 - 31/8/2017), tπi The Cliff Resort &

Residence sœ rÈn rµng, s´i ÆÈng h¨n tı ch≠¨ng tr◊nh

Hello Sunny vÌi gi∏ ≠u Æ∑i chÿ 4.900.000VNß/phng

Azul Sea View cho 2 ng≠Íi lÌn & trŒ em. Bπn vµ gia

Æ◊nh th©n yu sœ cÔng tham gia tr≠Ót n≠Ìc vÌi nhµ

phao khÊng lÂ, th∂ di“u b∑i bi”n, lµm b∏nh cupcake.

ß∆c bi÷t, mi‘n ph› 1 b˜a ®n tr≠a/l»u Th∂, Æ≠a Æ„n tπi

ga Phan Thi’t, 1 bÈ quµ t∆ng mÔa hÃ, gi∂m 25% Spa,

10% Jetski & Kayak. H¨n th’ n˜a, bπn sœ Æ≠Óc th≠Îng

th¯c h∂i s∂n t≠¨i ngon, c∏c m„n uËng gi∂i nhi÷t mÔa

hà vµ Æ∆c s∂n Æa ph≠¨ng ÆÈc Æ∏o.

(THE CLIFF RESORT & RESIDENCES *5 Nguy‘n

ß◊nh Chi”u, khu phË 1, Hµm Ti’n, TP. Phan Thi’t,

B◊nh ThuÀn *Tel: 0252 3719 138 *Website: www.

thecliffresort.com.vn)

HOTELS

& RESORTS

VüNG TÄU

Alma Oasis

Long H∂i mÔa

næng Æãp

Nªm trn ng‰n ÆÂi vÌi

khu v≠Ín c©y cËi xanh

m∏t l≠Ón vng xuËng b∑i

bi”n yn b◊nh Æ«y c∏t

træng, Alma Oasis giÛp

du kh∏ch th≠Îng ngoπn

mÈt khung c∂nh thin

nhin tuy÷t vÍi tı trn

cao. HÃ nµy, h∑y tho∏t

kh·i chËn bÀn rÈn Æ” ha

m◊nh vµo kh´ng gian thin

nhin vµ Æ„n nh˜ng tia

næng b◊nh minh †m ∏p sœ

giÛp bπn nπp nguÂn n®ng

l≠Óng t≠¨i mÌi vÌi ch≠¨ng

tr◊nh khuy’n m∑i h†p

d…n tı kh∏ch sπn. Theo

Æ„, chÿ vÌi gi∏ phng tı

4.000.000VNß++, bπn sœ

c„ c¨ hÈi tr∂i nghi÷m mÈt

kh´ng gian sËng mang

phong c∏ch ßa Trung H∂i

vµ ch®m s„c s¯c kh·e vÌi

dch vÙ spa Æ∑ bao gÂm

trong gi∏ phng.

(ALMA OASIS LONG

HÅI *Tÿnh lÈ 44A, Long

H∂i, Bµ Ra - VÚng Tµu

*Tel: 0254 3662 222

*Email:reservations@

almaoasislonghai.

com *Website: www.

almaoasislonghai.com)

TP.HCM

Th˘c ƨn mÌi

tπi Yuchu

Th∏ng 4 nµy, c∏c Æ«u b’p

tπi Nhµ hµng Yuchu, kh∏ch

sπn InterContinental

Saigon sœ giÌi thi÷u Æ’n

th˘c kh∏ch ch≠¨ng tr◊nh

»m th˘c mÌi vÌi c∏c m„n

cua Æ≠Óc ch’ bi’n c´ng

phu, Æ∆c sæc nh≠ cua xµo

sËt cay, cua h†p sËt b¨

t·i, cua h«m mi’n sËt

X.O nÂi Ɔt, cua rang lng

Æ· tr¯ng muËi. Lµ s˘ bi’n

t†u hoµn h∂o gi˜a h≠¨ng

v th¨m ngon Æ∆c tr≠ng

cÒa tht cua t≠¨i cÔng vÌi

h≠¨ng v truy“n thËng cÒa

n“n »m th˘c Trung Hoa,

th˘c ƨn mÌi chæc chæn

sœ lµm hµi lng kh»u v cÒa

nh˜ng th˘c kh∏ch sµnh

®n nh†t.

(KHÉCH SÑN

INTERCONTINENTAL

SAIGON *Ng∑ t≠ Hai Bµ

Tr≠ng vµ L Du»n, Q.1, TP.

HCM *Tel: 028 3520 9999

*Website: www.icsaigon.

com)

HÄ NóI

BçNH THUÜN

ß„n hà tπi Pandanus Resort

Pandanus Resort tπi MÚi Nä, Phan Thi’t lµ Æi”m

Æ’n l˝ t≠Îng Æ” tπm l∏nh xa kh·i s˘ Ân µo, kh„i

bÙi vµ c∏i n„ng ÆÊ lˆa n¨i phË ph≠Íng x´ bÂ. Khu

nghÿ d≠Ïng ∏p dÙng ch≠¨ng tr◊nh tr‰n g„i ngµy hÃ

chÿ vÌi 5.450.000VNß++/tr‰n g„i, bao gÂm hai

Æm nghÿ tπi phng Superior dµnh cho hai kh∏ch,

hai b˜a tËi, voucher sˆ dÙng dch vÙ ®n uËng tr

gi∏ 500.000VNß vµ spa tr gi∏ 100.000VNß, vä xe

kh¯ hÂi tı TP. HCM Æ’n Phan Thi’t, vµ mi‘n ph›

sˆ dÙng tÒ minibar trong phng. H∑y ln k’ hoπch

cho k˙ nghÿ tπi thin Æ≠Íng bi”n nµy vµ tÀn h≠Îng

s˘ th≠ gi∑n tuy÷t ÆËi.

(PANDANUS RESORT *MÚi Nä, Phan Thi’t,

B◊nh ThuÀn *Tel: 0252 3849 849 *Email:

rsvn@pandanusresort.com *Website: www.

pandanusresort.com)

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RA M¿T THI£N ßòNG GIÅI TRê BIÕN

HÄNG ß¡U VIåT NAM

ThE lEading EnTERTaining

paRadiSE To laUCh in ViETnaM

Gi∏ sˆ dÙng tµu Seabreacher

(tµu l≠Ón c∏ heo/ c∏ mÀp s∏t

thÒ): 1.100.000VNß/ng≠Íi/

vng.

Fly board: 1.400.000VNß/15

phÛt.

Flying fish (Ca n´ käo

phao bay): 800.000VNß/2

ng≠Íi/vng

DÔ bay Æ´i: 1.000.000VNß/2

ng≠Íi/vng

Sea Walker (Æi bÈ d≠Ìi bi”n):

800.000VNß/ng≠Íi/vng

Jet ski (m´ t´ n≠Ìc):

600.000VNß/ng≠Íi/vng hay

1.100.000VNß/2 ng≠Íi/vng.

Vµo gi˜a th∏ng 4/2017, Khu du lch MerPerle Sparkling

Waves - Æ∂o Hn Tªm sœ ra mæt Thin Æ≠Íng gi∂i tr›

bi”n hµng Æ«u Vi÷t Nam vÌi hµng loπt c∏c tr th” thao

bi”n ÆÈc Æ∏o, trong Æ„ c„ tr∂i nghi÷m cÔng tµu l∆n

Seabreacher tı M¸ l«n Æ«u tin xu†t hi÷n tπi vÔng bi”n

Nha Trang.

Seabreacher lµ tµu th” thao ÆÈc Æ∏o, vÌi Seabreacher Y

mang h◊nh dπng cÒa chÛ c∏ mÀp s∏t thÒ vµ Seabreacher

Z vÌi h◊nh dπng chÛ c∏ heo; c„ th” l∆n xuËng d≠Ìi hay

ph„ng ln m∆t n≠Ìc, giËng nh≠ mµn tr◊nh di‘n cÒa c∏c

chÛ c∏ thÀt. Tµu nµy c„ h÷ thËng Ëng thÎ nËi dµi, cho

phäp ng≠Íi l∏i c„ th” tr∂i nghi÷m vi÷c xoay vng con tµu

tÌi 360 ÆÈ theo chi“u ngang. ß©y lµ nh˜ng con tµu c„

t›nh n®ng mπnh mœ ÆÈc Æ∏o nh†t hi÷n nay cho phäp cÔng

lÛc 2 ng≠Íi c„ th” tham gia. Khi l∆n s©u kho∂ng 1,5m

th◊ Seabreacher cho phäp di chuy”n vÌi tËc ÆÈ kho∂ng

33km/h. Nh≠ng n’u ng≠Íi sˆ dÙng v´ t◊nh l∆n qu∏ s©u th◊

Seabreacher cÚng sœ t˘ ÆÈng gi∂m n®ng l≠Óng sˆ dÙng vµ

cÚng sœ t˘ ÆÈng trÂi ln m∆t nuÌc Æ” b∂o toµn kh∂ n®ng

vÀn hµnh vµ kh´ng g©y nguy hi”m cho ng≠Íi sˆ dÙng.

Ngoµi tµu Seabreacher, du kh∏ch cn c„ c¨ hÈi thˆ s¯c

trong c∏c m´n th” thao bi”n kh∏c nh≠ Flyboard, ca n´

käo phao bay, dÔ bay, m´ t´ n≠Ìc, Æi bÈ d≠Ìi bi”n ngæm

c∏ vµ san h´... lµ nh˜ng m´n th” thao Æ∆c tr≠ng tπi hn

Æ∂o xinh Æãp nµy.

In the middle of April 2017, MerPerle Sparkling

Waves - Hon Tam Island will lauch the leading

entertaining in Vietnam with an array of

exciting sports and games. The most highlighted

experience is US Seabreacher first time

appearing in Nha Trang.

Seabreacher is a unique watercraft. While

Seabreacher y is designed in the shape of

a killer whale, the Seabreacher Z looks

like a dolphin with the ability to imitate

a real dolphin’s movements. The watercrafts

are equipped with a system of long breathing

tubes, allowing passengers to experience exciting

moments when the vessel rolls 360 degrees C.

Seabreachers have been the strongest and most

special type of watercrafts that have two seats.

When diving 1.5m under the water, Seabreacher

can move at the speed of 33km/h. However, diving

below snorkel depth will only cause the engine to

stall, and then the boat will always pop back to the

surface to ensure safety for users.

Apart from Seabreacher, visitors are invited

to partake in different beach sports such as

flyboarding, double parasailing, flying fish, jet ski,

diving to watch coral reefs, and more.

PHíNG KINH DOANH & TI⁄P THë TP.HCM

30 l´ K, Hoµng QuËc Vi÷t, P. PhÛ M¸, Q.7, TP.HCM

T: 08 3785 0927 - H: 0909 693 569

E: saleshcm@merperle.vn

PHíNG KINH DOANH HÄ NóI

P.501, SË 4, Nguy‘n Ch∏nh, C«u Gi†y, Hµ NÈi

T: 0973 727 805

E: saleshn@merperle.vn

www.merperle.vn i facebook: merperleresortsandhotels

PHíNG KINH DOANH NHA TRANG

88A, Tr«n PhÛ, Nha Trang, Kh∏nh Ha

T: 058 352 3387/97 - F: 058 352 6005

E: salesnt@merperle.vn

TRAVELLIVE

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HOTELS

& RESORTS

BINH THUAN

EFFERVESCENT SUMMER

AT THE CLIFF RESORT & RESIDENCES

When summer comes to town, a short trip to the beach is always the best choice to escape from the heat and enjoy a cool breeze.

This summer, from May 4 th to August 31 st , The Cliff Resort and Residences is getting more effervescent with its Hello Sunny

promotion. For only VND4,900,000, your family will have a chance to enjoy a night stay at Azul Sea View. Have fun in the giant float

house, fly kites on beach, make cupcakes, and share amazing moments with your partner and children. Fresh seafood, delightful drinks, and local

specialties are awaiting you. Moreover, the promotion include a complimentary meal/hotpot, Phan Thiet station round trip transfer, 1 set of

summer gifts, 25% discount on Spa services, and 10% discount on jet skiing and kayaking.

(THE CLIFF RESORT & RESIDENCES *5 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Street 1, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan

*Tel: 0252 3719 138 *Website: www.thecliffresort.com.vn)

VUNG TAU

Alma Oasis

Long Hai in the

Sunny Season

Located on a hilltop

surrounded by lush trees

and a peaceful white sand

beach, Alma Oasis offers

guests a chance to take

in the amazing beauty

of nature from above.

This summer, set aside

your heavy workload

and immerse yourself

in the nature in this

tranquil space. Welcome

the first rays of sun in

the early morning and

recharge your energy

after long working days.

For room rates starting

at VND4,000,000/night,

you are invited to enjoy a

Mediterranean living space

with spa and wellness

services included at no

additional charge.

(ALMA OASIS LONG

HAI *Provincial Highway

44A, Long Hai, Ba Ria - Vung

Tau *Tel: 0254 3662 222

*Email: reservations@

almaoasislonghai.

com *Website: www.

almaoasislonghai.com)

HCMC

A New Menu

at Yuchu

This April, the chefs of

Yuchu Restaurant at

InterContinental Saigon

are introducing diners to a

new culinary journey with

sophisticatedly prepared

crab dishes, including

stir fried crab with spicy

sauce, steamed crab with

cheese and garlic, stewed

crab with cassava noodles

and X.O sauce in a clay

pot, and roasted crab with

salted egg. As the perfect

combination of fresh crab

and the quiescence of

Chinese culinary culture,

the dishes promise to

satisfy all diners, be they

well practiced gourmets

or simply casual weekend

treat-seekers.

(INTERCONTINENTAL

SAIGON HOTEL

*Crossroad Hai Ba Trung

- Le Duan, Dist. 1, HCMC

*Tel: 028 3520 9999

*Website: www.icsaigon.

com)

BINH THUAN

Welcome

Summer at

Pandanus

Resort

Escape from the bustling

city and the heat of the

summer sun to enjoy

your holiday at Pandanus

Resort in Mui Ne, Phan

Thiet. This summer,

the resort is offering

a summer package for

only VND5,450,000++,

including a 2-night stay

in a Superior room for

2 people, 2 dinners, a

VND500,000 voucher for

drinks, a VND100,000

voucher for thr spa, Ho

Chi Minh - Phan Thiet

round-trip transfer, and

free use of the minibar

in the room. Plan your

holiday and get ready

to enjoy your relaxing

moments at this beach

paradise.

(PANDANUS RESORT

*Mui Ne, Phan Thiet,

Binh Thuan *Tel: 0252

3849 849 *Email:

rsvn@pandanusresort.

com *Website: www.

pandanusresort.com)

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NH~NG TRÅI NGHIåM MùA Há

KH§NG THÕ Bì QUA TÑI PH@ QUˇC

MÔa hà nµy, La Veranda Resort MGallery By Sofitel giÌi thi÷u c∏c tr∂i nghi÷m

h†p d…n, tı phiu l≠u mπo hi”m tπi c∏c c´ng vin gi∂i tr› Æ’n nghÿ d≠Ïng th≠ gi∑n

trong kh´ng gian sang tr‰ng Æ«y ti÷n nghi.

G¿N K⁄T GIA ßçNH TÑI LA

VERANDA

PH@ QUˇC La Veranda cuËn hÛt bÎi

ki’n trÛc ÆÈc Æ∏o cÒa toµ bi÷t th˘ phong

c∏ch ß´ng D≠¨ng vÌi quπt tr«n ki”u cÊ,

tr«n nhµ cao, ban c´ng s©u vµ nÈi th†t gÁ

n©u b„ng. Bπn d≠Íng nh≠ quay v“ thÍi

Indochine ngµy †y, khi ng≠Íi ta bi’t c∏ch tÀn

h≠Îng cuÈc sËng tinh t’, ›t vÈi v∑ h¨n.

Hà nµy, ch≠¨ng tr◊nh Inspired Summer

mang Æ’n cho bπn c∏c hoπt ÆÈng thÛ

v. G„i V.I.K (Very Important Kid) Æ≠Óc

thi’t k’ ring Æ” mang Æ’n bπn vµ gia

Æ◊nh nh˜ng kho∂nh khæc gæn k’t Æ∏ng

nhÌ. ß«u tin, bä sœ Æ≠Óc chµo mıng vÌi

b∏nh quy vµ n≠Ìc uËng, chÙp ∂nh phong

c∏ch Hollywood. Trong phng, bä sœ tÀn

h≠Îng c∏c vÀt dÙng ti÷n ›ch cao c†p, dch

vÙ Turn-down vÌi m„n quµ b†t ngÍ lµ mÈt

chÛ g†u b´ng xinh xæn. C∂ nhµ cn c„ th”

cÔng nhau vui ch¨i tπi Kid Club, n¨i c„ r†t

nhi“u tr ch¨i, phng chi’u phim, m∏y ch¨i

game Xbox.

T†t c∂ nh˜ng hoπt ÆÈng Æ“u bao gÂm

trong gi∏ phng.

KHÉM PHÉ SAFARI PARK

Bn cπnh Æ„, Æıng qun phiu l≠u cÔng th’

giÌi ÆÈng vÀt tπi c´ng vin Safari Vinpearl

PhÛ QuËc - v≠Ín thÛ b∏n hoang d∑ Æ«u

tin tπi Vi÷t Nam Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ theo m´

h◊nh mÎ vÌi kho∂ng 400 loµi th˘c vÀt vµ

2.000 ÆÈng vÀt hoang d∑ Æπi di÷n cho 140

loµi kh∏c nhau. (Thm 580.000VNß vµo

g„i nghÿ d≠Ïng).

ßUA XE GO-KARTING

Nh˜ng tay Æam m tËc ÆÈ chæc chæn sœ b

h†p d…n vÌi Æua xe Go-Karting. Nªm gi˜a

rıng, c∏ch D≠¨ng ß´ng kh´ng xa, Æ≠Íng

Æua Go-Karting 320m Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ dµnh

cho m‰i th” loπi xe, tı motorless Æ’n

super kart - dng xe c„ tËc ÆÈ ln Æ’n

260km/giÍ vÌi dung t›ch 200cc.

"ßI TRˇN" TÑI BÇI SAO

Lµ mÈt trong 10 b∑i bi”n nguyn s¨ nh†t

th’ giÌi, B∑i Sao thu hÛt vÌi bÍ c∏t træng

mn, n≠Ìc bi”n xanh an yn Æ’n k˙ lπ. Sau

phiu l≠u vµ mπo hi”m, Æ∑ Æ’n lÛc Æ” bπn

nghÿ ng¨i bn vπt næng r˘c rÏ vµ ti’ng s„ng

bi”n r◊ rµo cÒa PhÛ QuËc. G„i nghÿ d≠Ïng

hà cÒa La Veranda Æ∑ bao gÂm dch vÙ

trung chuy”n Æ’n B∑i Sao mi‘n ph›.

"TçM V≈ CHˇN AN NHI£N"

Th´ng qua c∏c nguyn l˝ c©n bªng t‹nh &

ÆÈng, c∏c hoπt ÆÈng nh≠: tÀp Yoga s∏ng

bn b∑i bi”n, lÌp massage truy“n thËng

Vi÷t Nam, bπn sœ t◊m lπi b◊nh yn t©m hÂn

vµ ph≠¨ng th¯c c©n bªng cuÈc sËng.

Ch≠¨ng tr◊nh VIK khÎi Æi”m tı

3.375.000VNß++/Æm, bao gÂm:

Phng & ®n s∏ng buffet

ß≠a ti÷n s©n bay & wifi

Hoπt ÆÈng vui ch¨i cho c∂ gia Æ◊nh

Quµ t∆ng vµ vÀt dÙng dµnh ring

cho bä

Khuy’n m∑i Æ∆c bi÷t: mi‘n ph›

xe di chuy”n Æ’n B∑i Sao (tr

gi∏ 1.000.000VNß) ho∆c thm

580.000VNß Æ” vui ch¨i 1 ngµy

tπi Vinpearl Safari.

La Veranda Resort MGallery By Sofitel * Email: contact@laverandaresorts.com * Website: www.laverandaresorts.com

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BEAUTY

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TP.HCM

TH GIÇN VõI DëCH V| NHA KHOA

KH§NG ßAU

Nha khoa kh´ng Æau lµ li÷u ph∏p dÔng thuËc an th«n giÛp cho bπn c∂m th†y tho∂i m∏i vµ d‘ chu trong suËt qu∏ tr◊nh Æi“u tr.

ß©y lµ "K¸ thuÀt an th«n ti“n g©y m" hay cn g‰i lµ "Ti“n m". Trung t©m nha khoa Dr HÔng & cÈng s˘ Æ«u t≠ toµn bÈ h÷

thËng trang thi’t b hi÷n Æπi vÌi c∏c k¸ thuÀt tin ti’n giÛp cho vi÷c Æi“u tr nha khoa trÎ nn ƨn gi∂n, nhanh ch„ng vµ Æπt hi÷u

qu∂ cao. Ti“n m c„ th” dÔng cho m‰i tr≠Íng hÓp, tı nh˜ng k¸ thuÀt ƨn gi∂n nh≠ tr∏m r®ng, cπo v´i, ch˜a tÒy r®ng hay Æ’n nh˜ng k¸

thuÀt ph¯c tπp nh≠ veneer, r®ng s¯, c«u r®ng... vµ Æ∆c bi÷t cho c∏c ph…u thuÀt trong mi÷ng nh≠ nhÊ r®ng kh´n, c†y ghäp Implant...

(TT NHA KHOA DR HùNG & CóNG S# *244A CËng Qu˙nh, Q.1, TP. HCM *Hotline: 0914 900 016

*Email: info@nhakhoadrhung.com *Website: www.nhakhoadrhung.com)

HÄ NóI

BÈ m¸ ph»m

l†y c∂m h¯ng

tı phim

"Beauty And

The Beast"

ß” th·a lng mong chÍ

tıng ngµy cÒa c∏c fan h©m

mÈ bÈ phim "Beauty and

the Beast" sæp ra mæt,

nh∑n hµng L'Oräal Æ∑

tung ra bÈ m¸ ph»m Æ«y

l∑ng mπn l†y c∂m h¯ng

tı ch›nh c©u chuy÷n cÊ

t›ch nµy. BÈ s≠u tÀp bao

gÂm 7 c©y son th·i Color

Riche Lipstick vµ 7 l‰ s¨n

m„ng Color Oil Enamel

Nail Polish Æπi di÷n cho

c∏c nh©n vÀt trong truy÷n

phim, tı t´ng mµu hÂng

s∏ng du dµng nh≠ Mrs.

Potts cho Æ’n son Æ·

truy“n thËng mang Æi”m

nh†n cÒa Belle vµ son

mµu n©u bi”u tr≠ng cho...

qu∏i vÀt. B∂ng mµu tuy÷t

di÷u cÒa nh˜ng th·i son

c„ bao b◊ lÈng l…y nµy sœ

lµm th·a m∑n ÆÒ nhu c«u

lµm Æãp cÒa nh˜ng c´

nµng yu th›ch Disney.

Gi∏ b∏n tr‰n bÈ s≠u tÀp

nµy lµ 97USD (kho∂ng

2.200.000VNß).

(L'OR–AL *Trµng

Ti“n Plaza, 24 Hai Bµ

Tr≠ng, Hoµn Ki’m, Hµ

NÈi *Website: www.

lorealparis.com.vn)

LAO CAI

Himalaya

Health Spa

khai tr≠¨ng

c¨ sÎ 5 tπi Lµo

Cai

Himalaya Heath Spa Lµo

Cai c„ di÷n t›ch 1.600m,

kh´ng gian hi÷n Æπi, thi’t

k’ sang tr‰ng ƺng c†p

vÌi nh˜ng m∏y m„c lµm

Æãp hi÷n Æπi nh†t. ßi”m

Æ∆c bi÷t trong c∏c li÷u

ph∏p tr li÷u tπi Himalaya

Health Spa lµ t◊m ra

nguÂn gËc g©y b÷nh tı

s©u bn trong c¨ th”, sau

Æ„ sœ ti’n hµnh loπi b·

hoµn toµn nh˜ng nguyn

†y ÆÂng thÍi k’t hÓp vÌi

c´ng ngh÷ cao Æi“u tr

k’t hÓp tı bn bn ngoµi.

Ch›nh v◊ vÀy vÌi nh˜ng

v†n Æ“ v“ da v…n Æ≠Óc

Æ∏nh gi∏ lµ kh„ ch˜a nh≠:

n∏m - tµn nhang... Æ“u

Æ≠Óc Himalaya Heath Spa

ch˜a tr kh·i chÿ trong 1

li÷u tr◊nh tı 4 - 6 buÊi.

(HIMALAYA HEALTH

SPA LÄO CAI *2/4/6/8

ß≠Íng sË 1 - Khu Æ´

th The Mannor ECO

Bæc C≠Íng - TP. Lµo

Cai*Website:www.

himalayaspa.vn)

NINH THUÜN

Tr∂i nghi÷m Spa House Æ«u tin trn th’ giÌi

Aman¨i Resort vıa cho ra mæt 2 khu Spa House, h◊nh th¯c tr∂i nghi÷m l«n Æ«u tin Æ≠Óc giÌi thi÷u trn toµn th’ giÌi. T‰a lπc bn khu´n vin

spa rÈng 11.000m 2 , mÁi Spa House gÂm c„ 2 chuyn gia tr li÷u ring. Toµn bÈ trang thi’t b spa sˆ dÙng ÆÈc quy“n, bao gÂm phng tr li÷u lÌn,

jacuzzi, phng x´ng h¨i vÌi suËi n≠Ìc Æ∏ vµ h lπnh, h b¨i v´ c˘c ngoµi trÍi, khu th≠ gi∑n cÔng vÌi tr li÷u hammam hay banya. ß©y cÚng lµ n¨i

th›ch hÓp Æ” nghÿ d≠Ïng vÌi phng kh∏ch vµ phng ngÒ ngay trong khu´n vin cÒa Spa House.

(SPA HOUSE *Amanoi Resort *Lµng V‹nh Hy, X∑ V‹nh H∂i, Ninh H∂i, Ninh ThuÀn *Tel: 0259 3770 777

*Website: www.aman.com/resorts/amanoi)

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M∏i t„c khoŒ Æãp lu´n g„p ph«n lµm nn "c∏i v„c" - vŒ

Æãp, kh› ch†t cÒa ng≠Íi phÙ n˜. Tuy nhin, trong x∑ hÈi

hi÷n Æπi, c„ qu∏ nhi“u t∏c nh©n g©y hπi cho m∏i t„c

cÒa chÛng ta. ß” giÛp ph∏i Æãp hi÷n Æπi bi’t c∏ch "yu

chi“u" m∏i t„c cÒa m◊nh h¨n, chÛng ta h∑y cÔng lµm

quen vÌi nh˜ng b≠Ìc kh´i phÙc gi∏ tr cËt l‚i cho m∏i t„c

- th´ng quac∏c tinh d«u vµ nguyn li÷u t˘ nhin nh≠: tinh

d«u macadamia, tinh d«u argan xu†t x¯ tı M¸ Æang r†t

Æ≠Óc c∏c ng´i sao hµng Æ«u ≠a chuÈng.

1

Sˆ dÙng bÈ d«u gÈi vµ d«u x∂ Macadamia Rejuvenating

Shampoo vµ Moisturizing Rinse Æ” trŒ ho∏ m∏i t„c.

Khi thoa d«u d≠Ïng, bπn c«n dÔng l≠Óng vıa ph∂i thoa

d‰c theo chi“u dµi cÒa t„c; tr∏nh vi÷c lπm dÙng khi’n

t„c trÎ nn m∂nh y’u, nhÍn vµ nhanh b∏m b»n h¨n. X∂ t„c

bªng n≠Ìc lπnh giÛp trÙc t„c phºng vµ b„ng m≠Ót h¨n.

2D≠Ïng t„c chuyn s©u 1 l«n/tu«n lµ c∏ch Æ” bπn gi˜

»m, giÛp t„c d‘ vµo n’p, gi∂m thÍi gian s†y vµ b“n

mµu. Tinh d«u Æ≠Óc coi lµ "Vµng l·ng Macadamia"

Healing Oil Treatment lµ s∂n ph»m tr li÷u tuy÷t vÍi

dµnh cho m‰i loπi t„c, Æ∆c bi÷t dµnh cho t„c kh´ vµ h≠ tÊn,

giÛp t®ng c≠Íng dinh d≠Ïng cho t„c kh·i rËi vµ xo®n c¯ng,

giÛp m∏i t„c m“m m≠Ót tËi Æa, d‘ vµo n’p vµ „ng ∂. C∏c ch†t

chËng tia UV t˘ nhin giÛp t„c käo dµi thÍi gian gi˜ mµu cho

t„c nhuÈm vµ lµm gi∂m thÍi gian s†y t„c tÌi 40 - 50%. Sˆ

NH~NG TRÅI NGHIåM MùA Há

KH§NG THÕ Bì QUA TÑI PH@ QUˇC

dÙng tinh d«u k’t hÓp vÌi c∏c s∂n ph»m kh∏c trong bÈ s∂n

ph»m sœ lµm t®ng ÆÈ b„ng vµ b“n cÒa mµu nhuÈm.

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Lµm

bπn vÌi m∆t nπ t„c, kem h†p phÙc hÂi sœ giÛp t∏i

k’t c†u vµ kh´i phÙc ÆÈ Æµn hÂi, „ng ∂ cho t„c. Kem

h†p siu phÙc hÂi Macadamia nµy lµ s∂n ph»m Æ≠Óc

chi’t xu†t tı tinh d«u Macadamia vµ Argan, giÛp c∂i

thi÷n tÊng th” vµ t¯c th◊ vŒ Æãp cÒa tıng sÓi t„c. S∂n ph»m

cung c†p d≠Ïng ch†t cÒa tinh d«u Macadamia vµ Argan, giÛp

nu´i d≠Ïng s©u vµ käo dµi thÍi gian t∏c dÙng ch®m s„c t„c,

mang lπi cho t„c s˘ nu´i d≠Ïng tËt nh†t.

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dÙng xt d≠Ïng sau khi t„c kh´ Æ” gi˜ n’p vµ b∂o

v÷ t„c kh·i c∏c t∏c hπi bn ngoµi. Macadamia

Healing Oil Spray vÌi dπng xt s≠¨ng mÔ tπo lÌp

mµng b∂o v÷ c˘c tËt ng†m nhanh vµo tıng

sÓi t„c, giÛp t„c nhã nhµng th»m th†u ÆÈ »m vµ „ng

∂. VÌi ≠u Æi”m th»m th†y nhanh, tπo c∂m gi∏c nhã

nhµng vµ kh´ng tr¨n nhÍn, Macadamia Healing

Oil Spray sœ giÛp m∏i t„c gi˜ Æ≠Óc s˘ m“m mπi vµ

„ng ∂, tr∏nh x¨, rËi trong thÍi gian dµi.

C§NG TY TNHH QUˇC T⁄ TRÄ GIANG (TGI)

NHÜP KH¬U VÄ PH¢N PHˇI MACADAMIA TÑI VIåT NAM

Hµ NÈi: 54A ß Quai, P. T¯ Lin, Q. T©y HÂ.

Tel: 04 3719 5406 - 04 3710 0856.

TP HCM: L«u 8 ta nhµ Cavi Building, sË 67 ßinh BÈ L‹nh, P.26, Q. B◊nh Thπnh.

Tel: 08 3512 4696

Website: www.macadamiahair.vn * Facebook: www.facebook.com/MacadamiaVN

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BEAUTY

& Healthcare

HCMC

RELAX

WITH PAINLESS DENTISTRY

Painless dental treatments use sedatives to make you feel comfortable and relaxed during a course of treatment. This technique

is also known as pre-anesthetic sedation. At Dr. Hung & Associates Dental Center, with all modern equipment and the latest

technology, carry out every treatment quickly and efficiency. The pre-anesthetic sedation technique can be used for various dental

treatments, from simple care such as fillings, dental scraping, and dental pulp to complicated ones such as veneer, porcelain teeth, dental

bridges, and especially wisdom tooth extraction and implants.

(DR HUNG & ASSOCIATES DENTAL CENTER *244A Cong Quynh, Dist. 1, HCMC *Hotline: 0914 900 016

*Email: info@nhakhoadrhung.com *Website: www.nhakhoadrhung.com)

HANOI

LAO CAI

Beauty and

The Beast

Make Up

Collection

To satisfy the large

number of Beauty and

The Beast movie's fans,

L'Oräal has introduced a

new makeup collection

inspired by the tale as old

as time. The collection

includes seven different

Color Riche Lipsticks

and Color Oil Enamel

nail polish pairings, each

representing a different

character from the

movie. There's a pink hue

for Mrs. Potts, traditional

highlight red for Belle and

brown lipstick for ... the

Beast. The gorgeously

packed lipsticks with

various colors promise

to meet all the demands

of girls who are fans of

Disney. The collection is

priced at 97USD.

(L'OR–AL *Trang

Tien Plaza, 24 Hai Ba

Trung, Hoan Kiem,

Hanoi *Website: www.

lorealparis.com.vn)

Himalaya

Health Spa to

open its 5th

spa in Lao Cai

Spanning an area of

1,600m 2 , the Himalaya

Heath Spa Lao Cai boasts

a modern space, luxurious

design, and advanced

facilities. At the Himalaya

Health Spa, therapists

always do all they can

to find and eliminate the

causes of an illness through

the use of the most

advanced of technology in

noninvasive therapies. All

tough skin problems can

be treated by Himalaya

Heath Spa within a course

of 4 to 6 sessions.

(HIMALAYA HEALTH

SPA LAO CAI *2/4/6/8

Road 1,The Mannor

ECO Bac Cuong, Lao

Cai *Website: www.

himalayaspa.vn)

NINH THUAN

Experience the First Spa House In The World

Amanoi resort has introduced the 2 first spa houses in the world. Spanning an area of 11,000m 2 , each Spa House consists of 2 separated spa therapy

expert care areas. Exclusive facilities include large treatment rooms, a Jacuzzi, a sauna room with ice water stream and cold lake, an outdoor

infinite swimming pool, and an area for hammam and banya therapies. The Spa House is also an ideal vacation place with living room and bedroom

established in the same area.

(SPA HOUSE *Amanoi Resort *Vinh Hy, Vinh Hai, Ninh Hai, Ninh Thuan *Tel: 0259 3770 777

*Website: www.aman.com/resorts/amanoi)

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MÈt lËi thÍi trang l†p l∏nh, Ææt gi∏ vµ trang

nh∑ sœ th” hi÷n ÆÛng tuyn ng´n cÒa huy“n

thoπi Coco Chanel: "MÈt c´ g∏i nn c„ 2

th¯: Qu˝ ph∏i vµ phÔ phi’m".

Sparkling, luxurious yet elegant items are

all you need to follow the famous CoCo

Chanel’s slogan "A girl should be two things:

classy and fabulous."

6

7

5

1, GUCCI Twisted Floral-jacquard Headband (www.net-a-porter.com) I 2, FENDI Silver & Black My Way Fur Glamy Watch (www.ssense.

com) I 3, OSCAR DE LA RENTA Sleeveless Square Neck Lamä Embroidered Top (www.modaoperandi.com) I 4, ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

Gold-plated Swarovski Crystal Earrings (www.net-a-porter.com) I 5, OSCAR DE LA RENTA DeDe Embellished Satin Clutch (www.net-a-porter.

com) I 6, DOLCE & GABBANA Bianca Embellished Suede Sandals (www.net-a-porter.com) I 7, PERCOSSI PAPI Gold, Enamel, Topaz And

Garnet Ring (www.net-a-porter.com) I 8, OSCAR DE LA RENTA Wide Legged Bugle Bead And Pearl Trousers (www.modaoperandi.com)

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OTHER

SERVICES

TOÄN C¡U

THI⁄T Bë ßEO TAY TH§NG MINH

CHO N~ GIõI

Vıa Æ” theo d‚i s¯c kh·e vıa nh≠ m„n trang s¯c tuy÷t Æãp dµnh ring cho phÙ n˜, Misfit Swarovski Activity Crystal lµ s˘ k’t hÓp

cÒa h∑ng Misfit vµ c´ng ty Æ∏ qu˝ tr¯ danh Swarovski. S∂n ph»m c„ kh∂ n®ng theo d‚i hoπt ÆÈng th” ch†t, ch†t l≠Óng gi†c ngÒ.

ß∆c bi÷t, pin c„ th” käo dµi Æ’n 4 th∏ng nn ng≠Íi dÔng kh´ng c«n ph∂i sπc hµng ngµy. Thi’t b k’t nËi vÌi ¯ng dÙng trn Æi÷n

thoπi Æ” hi”n th th´ng sË cho ng≠Íi dÔng. S∂n ph»m c„ th” dÔng Æ≠Óc khi b¨i do c„ kh∂ n®ng chËng n≠Ìc cao.

Th´ng tin chi ti’t tπi: www.misfit.com.

TP.HCM

Giµy Ballerina -

Bi”u t≠Óng mÌi

cÒa Chanel

Thi’t k’ giµy tr¯ danh cÒa

Chanel lπi mÈt l«n n˜a

Æ≠Óc cÀp nhÀt trong bÈ

s≠u tÀp Xu©n HÃ 2017 cÒa

nhµ mËt. CÊ Æi”n nh≠ng

Æ«y mÌi mŒ vµ trŒ trung,

Chanel Æ∑ khi’n cho giÌi

mÈ Æi÷u thÍi trang ph∂i

xu˝t xoa tr≠Ìc thi’t k’

Æ«y t›nh bi”u t≠Óng bªng

PVC ∏nh bπc, vÌi ph«n

mÚi Æ≠Óc lµm bªng v∂i

Æen - mÈt trong nh˜ng

item chÒ Æπo trong bÈ

s≠u tÀp Xu©n HÃ. Kh´ng

chÿ thay ÆÊi ÆÈc Æ∏o

trong ch†t li÷u, l«n nµy,

nh˜ng Æ´i ballerina cn

Æ«y mÌi mŒ vÌi k’t hÓp

mµu hÂng fushia - Æ· sÀm,

xanh navy - Æen vµ mÈt

phin b∂n bªng da mµu

hÂng ph†n vÌi h‰a ti’t qu∂

tr∏m. DÔ ngµy hay Æm,

Æ´i ballerina v…n mang tinh

th«n truy“n thËng, v≠Ót

thÍi gian.

(CHANEL VIåT NAM

- Rex Hotel, 141 Nguy‘n

Hu÷, Q.1, TP. HCM *Tel:

028 3823 9140)

TOÄN QUˇC

Yamaha ra mæt

m´ t´ cho d©n

"ph≠Ót"

Sau thµnh c´ng cÒa chi’c

MT-09 Tracer hÂi th∏ng

7 n®m ngo∏i, Yamaha ti’p

tÙc giÌi thi÷u phin b∂n

“ph≠Ót” MT-10 Tourer

mÌi c„ thi’t k’ d˘a trn

chi’c MT-10 tiu chu»n

vµ sœ bæt Æ«u b∏n ra th

tr≠Íng Ch©u ¢u vµo th∏ng

3 nµy. H∑ng Æ∑ bÊ sung

thm cho xe mÈt sË phÙ

ki÷n nhªm phÙc vÙ cho

c∏c chuy’n "ph≠Ót" Æ≠Íng

dµi nh≠ Æ«u xe xu†t hi÷n

k›nh chæn gi„ cao. ô hai

bn tay l∏i cÚng c„ thm

c∏c t†m chæn b∂o v÷ tay.

Î ph›a sau lµ hai thÔng ÆÂ

t≠¨ng ÆËi to Æ≠Óc lµm

bªng ch†t li÷u ABS vµ

c„ th” th∏o rÍi ra. ß∆c

bi÷t, Î phin b∂n MT-10

Tourer 2017 sœ c„ thm

h÷ thËng Ænh v GPS

TomTom Raider. Yamaha

MT-10 Tourer 2017 c„ ba

mµu sæc gÂm Æen (Tech

Black), xanh d≠¨ng (Race

Blue) vµ xanh dπ quang

(Night Flou). Gi∏ b∏n cho

Yamaha MT-10 Tourer

2017 tπi Anh lµ kho∂ng

13.300USD vµ kho∂ng

20.000USD khi Æ≠Óc nhÀp

v“ Vi÷t Nam.

Th´ng tin chi ti’t tπi

website: www.yamahamotor.com.vn

HÄ NóI

Mercedes-Benz

khai tr≠¨ng

Æπi l˝ mÌi tπi

Hµ NÈi

MÌi Æ©y, Mercedes-Benz

Vi÷t Nam (MBV) vµ

nhµ ph©n phËi Òy quy“n

Haxaco Æ∑ ch›nh th¯c khai

tr≠¨ng Trung t©m b∏n

hµng vµ dch vÙ Òy quy“n

Haxaco Kim Giang. ß©y

lµ Trung t©m b∏n hµng vµ

dch vÙ Òy quy“n th¯ 13

cÒa MBV, nªm trong k’

hoπch tÊng th” mÎ rÈng

g†p Æ´i h÷ thËng Æπi l˝

cÒa h∑ng tı n®m 2016

Æ’n n®m 2020. Haxaco

cÚng Æ∑ ti’p tÙc hoµn

thi÷n h÷ thËng nhÀn di÷n

th≠¨ng hi÷u toµn c«u cÒa

Mercedes-Benz tπi khu

v˘c ß´ng Nam É, vÌi hai

mµu chÒ Æπo træng - Æen

cÔng h÷ thËng ∏nh s∏ng,

nÈi th†t sang tr‰ng

hi÷n Æπi.

(HAXACO KIM GIANG

*256 Kim Giang, Hoµng Mai,

Hµ NÈi *Hotline: 0942

256 256 *Website: www.

haxacokimgiang.com.vn)

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SUMMER

VIBES

VÌi sæc n©u cÊ Æi”n lµm n“n, h∑y ghi d†u phong c∏ch

c∏ nh©n bªng vi÷c nh†n nh∏ thm loπt hoa v®n bæt

mæt, phÙ ki÷n Ææt gi∏ vµ nh˜ng sæc mµu ng…u h¯ng.

Chæc chæn rªng bπn sœ c„ mÈt bÈ c∏nh hµi ha vµ

mang c∂m h¯ng mÔa hà t≠¨i vui.

Smartly choose classic brown as the main color

for your outfit and stand out from the crown with

eye catching patterns, luxurious accessories, and

colorful details. Make sure that your set of clothes is

harmonious and inspiring this summer.

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1, MARNI Brown Sunglasses (www.modaoperandi.com) I 2, GUCCI Printed Silk-twill Headband (www.net-a-porter.com) I 3, PAULA MENDOZA

Artempo Gold-plated Onyx Bracelet (www.net-a-porter.com) I 4, FENDI Baguette Micro Embellished Satin Shoulder Bag (www.net-a-porter.com) I 5,

GALVAN Tie-neck Satin Top (www.matchesfashion.com) I 6, IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN Portofino Automatic 37 Alligator, Stainless Steel and Diamond

Watch (www.net-a-porter.com) I 7, MIRIAM HASKELL Swarovski Crystal Glass Pearl Floral Stud Earrings (www.lanecrawford.com) I 8, GUCCI

Horsebit-detailed Suede Sandals (www.net-a-porter.com) I 9, REDVALENTINO Leather-trimmed Suede Mini Skirt (www.net-a-porter.com)

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HCMC

BALLERINAS

A NEW CHANEL

SYMBOL

The renowned shoe's design has once more

appeared in Chanel's Spring-Summer collection.

Classic but youthful and dynamic, Chanel's

ballerinas impress every fashion lover with the iconic

PVC-silver design and the nose made of black cloth -

one of the key items of the Spring Summer collection.

Not only marked by a great innovation in materials,

the latest ballerinas are more striking this year with

a combination of fushia pink and dark red, navy blue

and black, or bright pink with a glazed texture. Indeed,

ballerinas always boast the brand spirit, an icon of

timeless elegance.

(CHANEL VIETNAM *Rex Hotel, 141 Nguyen Hue,

Dist. 1, HCMC *Tel: 028 3823 9140)

OTHER

SERVICES

HANOI

Mercedes-Benz

To Open A New

Outlet In Hanoi

Mercedes-Benz Vietnam

(MBV) and Haxaco, an

authorized distributor,

have officially opened

Haxaco Kim Giang

authorized sales and

service center. This is the

13 th authorized sales and

service center of MBV, and

is part of its plan to double

the number of outlets in

existence from the year

2016 to 2020. Haxaco has

also continued to develop

Mercedes-Benz's brand

identity in Southeast Asia

with two main colors -

black and white - as well

as the luxurious interior

lighting system.

(HAXACO KIM GIANG

*256 Kim Giang, Hoang

Mai, Hanoi *Hotline: 0942

256 256 *Website: www.

haxacokimgiang.com.vn)

WORLDWIDE

Smart

Wristband For

Women

Serving as a fitness tracker

and stunning accessory for

women, Misfit Swarovski

Activity Crystal is the

combination of the Misfit

brand and the renowned

jewelers, Swarovski. The

product can track physical

activities and sleep quality.

Moreover, the battery

can serve up to 4 months,

meaning users do not have

to charge it every day. The

equipment is connected

to mobile phone apps

allowing users to clearly

see their fitness figures.

Also, Swarovski Activity

Crystal is waterproof so

you can use it even when

swimming.

For further information,

please visit www.misfit.

com.

NATIONWIDE

Yamaha Introduces MT-10 Tourer Edition

Continuing on the heels of the success of the MT-09 Tracer in July 2016, Yamaha has recently introduced its MT-10 Tourer

Edition for adventurous travelers. The new edition is developed base on the design of standard MT-10 Tourer and has been

available in Europe since last March. Its high screen and knuckle guards enable you to run longer and harder on every ride.

The bike also gets two side large cases made from ABS for storing luggage. The GPS support is ready for an optional TomTom

satnav. Yamaha MT-10 Tourer 2017 comes in 3 colors: Tech Black, Race Blue, and Night Flou. The price of Yamaha MT-10

Tourer 2017 in the UK is about USD13,300. The imported one to Vietnam will cost USD20,000.

For further information, please visit www.yamaha-motor.com.vn

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TROPICAL LOOK

Chi’c v∏y Gucci vÌi h‰a ti’t nhi÷t ÆÌi vµ loπt phÙ ki÷n nÊi bÀt Æi kÃm

sœ lµ l˘a ch‰n s∏ng gi∏ cho qu˝ c´ th thµnh thanh lch, hi÷n Æπi.

A Gucci dress with tropical patterns and stunning accessories is

always one of the best choices for an elegant modern girl.

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1, ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Aviator-style Gunmetal-tone Mirrored Sunglasses (www.

net-a-porter.com) I 2, GUCCI Embellished Printed Silk Crepe De Chine Midi Dress (www.

net-a-porter.com) I 3, GUCCI Gold-plated, Faux Pearl And Crystal Clip Earrings (www.neta-porter.com)

I 4, CHARLOTTE CHESNAIS Ada Set Of Three Gold-Dipped Cuffs (www.

net-a-porter.com) I 5, MAISON MICHEL Virginie Straw Sunhat (www.net-a-porter.com) I

6, Striped Canvas Belt (www.net-a-porter.com) I 7, Linear

Pandora Black and Gold Clutch (www.forzieri.com) I 8, ALEXANDRE BIRMAN Clarita

Bow-embellished Suede Sandals (www.net-a-porter.com)

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SWEET

BABY

Di÷n cho bä yu cÒa bπn nh˜ng m„n

Æ d‘ th≠¨ng vÌi hai mµu hÂng vµ

xanh da trÍi lµm chÒ Æπo. Bä sœ thÀt

Æ∏ng yu h÷t nh≠ mÈt thin th«n!

Lovely items in pink and blue will make

your little kid as pretty as an angel!

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7

8

7

9

1, MOLO KIDS Nadia Fish-Pond-Print Bucket Hat

(www.barneys.com) I 2, WINKNIKS Clementine

Sunglasses (www.barneys.com) I 3, LILIES & ROSES

NY Bow Headband (www.barneys.com) ) I 4,

ATSUYO ET AKIKO Woven Bracelet (www.barneys.

com) I 5, STELLA MCCARTNEY Flower-Appliquäd

Denim Espadrilles (www.barneys.com) I 6, STELLA

MCCARTNEY Embroidered Backpack (www.barneys.

com) I 7, IL GUFO Cotton Off-The-Shoulder Blouse

(www.barneys.com) I 8, BARNEYS NEW YORK Mini-

Wallet (www.barneys.com) I 9, MOLO KIDS Flared

Cotton-Blend Skirt (www.barneys.com)

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GREAT

FORMULA

ߨn gi∂n vµ hi÷u qu∂ lµ 2 Æi“u mµ Ɔng mµy r©u lu´n

h≠Ìng tÌi. Kh´ng c«u k˙ hay c«n qu∏ nhi“u phÙ ki÷n hÁ trÓ

Æi kÃm, mÈt set Æ ÆÒ lch s˘ vµ thÍi trang chæn chæn sœ giÛp

cho qu˝ ´ng thm t˘ tin vµ nÊi bÀt trong m‰i t◊nh huËng.

Simple and efficiency are the criteria that men often based

on to choose their outfits. An elegant set of clothes, without

much complicated details and accessories, is enough for you

to confident in any place and situation.

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1, DOLCE & GABBANA Dauphine Leather Billfold Wallet (www.farfetch.

com) I 2, GARRETT LEIGHT Club House Sunglasses (www.barneys.com) I

3, ANN DEMEULEMEESTER Black Tonal Stud Belt (www.ssense.com) I 4,

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI Short Sleeved Polo Shirt (www.farfetch.com) I 5,

LANVIN iPad Case (www.farfetch.com) I 6, FENDI Silver & Black Momento

Watch (www.ssense.com) I 7, VALENTINO Striped Band Trilby Hat (www.

farfetch.com) I 8, LUDWIG REITER Suede Loafers (www.stylebop.com) I 9,

LANVIN Chino Shorts (www.farfetch.com)

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TOÄN QUˇC

KhÎi chi’u ngµy 12/05

King Aurthur: Legend

of the sword - (Vua

Aurthur: Thanh G≠¨m

Trong ß∏)

L†y c∂m h¯ng tı truy“n thuy’t Vua

Arthur, "Vua Arthur: Thanh g≠¨m

trong Æ∏" sœ Æ≠a kh∏n gi∂ trÎ lπi thÍi

k˙ ßm Tr≠Íng Trung CÊ loπn lπc Î

n≠Ìc Anh cuËi th’ k˚ th¯ 5. Sau khi

cha cÒa Arthur b ∏m s∏t, Vortigern,

chÛ cÒa Arthur, chi’m Æoπt ngai vµng

vµ cai tr v≠¨ng quËc trong s˘ ÆÈc ∏c,

kinh hoµng. Kh´ng bi’t nguÂn gËc Æ’

v≠¨ng cÒa m◊nh, Arthur lÌn ln trong

nghÃo khÊ trong nh˜ng khu phË Ê

chuÈt cÒa thµnh phË. Vµ kh´ng ngÍ

sœ c„ ngµy, anh lµ ng≠Íi duy nh†t

c„ th” rÛt thanh ki’m huy“n thoπi

Excalibur ra kh·i t∂ng Æ∏ vµ so∏n

ng´i ∏ch thËng tr cÒa Vortigern.

H÷ thËng rπp chi’u CGV trn toµn

quËc

WHAT'S

ON

HÄ NóI/ TP.HCM

Tπi HN: 22/4 - Tπi TP.HCM: 27/5

ßòNG CHÑY S¿C MÄU -

COLOR ME RUN 2017

Tham gia s˘ ki÷n, bπn sœ Æ≠Óc tr∂i nghi÷m ch∆ng Æ≠Íng mÌi lπ khi Æ≠Óc tung phÒ bÈt

mµu tı Æ«u Æ’n ch©n qua c∏c Æi”m mËc kh∏c nhau. ß©y sœ lµ tr∂i nghi÷m tuy÷t vÍi cÔng

gia Æ◊nh vµ bπn bà tπi mÈt trong nh˜ng s˘ ki÷n th” thao Æ«y sæc mµu ÆÈc Æ∏o. ß∆c bi÷t,

tπi Hµ NÈi Color Me Run n®m nay sœ c„ s˘ tham gia cÒa DJ Tujamo, Top 100 DJ Mag, ng≠Íi

tπo ra nh˜ng Æoπn nhπc h†p d…n cho nhi“u ngh÷ s¸ th’ giÌi nh≠ c∆p Æ´i Dimitri Vegas & Like

Mike. Anh cÚng lµ chÒ nh©n b∂n phËi "Dr Who!" - hi÷n t≠Óng n®m 2014.

(LA VIE COLOR ME RUN 2017 *Tπi Hµ NÈi: Vinhome Riverside, QuÀn Long Bin *Tπi TP.

HCM: Q.2 *Website: www.colormerun.vn)

HÑ LONG

Tı 25/3 - 30/4

Tri”n l∑m "Mπch

Xu©n" trn du thuy“n

L«n Æ«u tin tπi Vi÷t Nam c„ mÈt

tri”n l∑m tranh ÆÈc Æ∏o khi Æ≠Óc tÊ

ch¯c trn mÈt du thuy“n buÂm 5 sao

Emperor Cruises Halong. VÌi tri”n

l∑m l«n th¯ 29 trong s˘ nghi÷p c«m

c‰ cÒa h‰a s‹ Phπm L˘c, t†t c∂ 75 b¯c

tranh mang chÒ Æ“ "Mπch Xu©n" khæc

h‰a lπi nh˜ng qu∑ng xu©n chi’n tranh,

xu©n ha b◊nh vµ kh∏t v‰ng cÒa cuÈc

ÆÍi ng≠Íi h‰a s‹, chi’n s‹. Tranh cÒa

´ng th≠Íng xoay quanh nh˜ng chÒ Æ“

v“ cuÈc sËng th≠Íng ngµy, nÈi dung

b◊nh d nh≠ng mang Æ«y gi∏ tr lch sˆ,

v®n h„a. Theo h‰a s‹, tri”n l∑m muËn

gˆi th´ng Æi÷p Æ’n t†t c∂ m‰i ng≠Íi

h∑y m∑i lµ mÔa xu©n vµ lu´n kh∏t

v‰ng mÈt mÔa xu©n hπnh phÛc.

(DU THUY“N EMPEROR

CRUISES HALONG *02 San H´

I, P. HÔng Thæng, TP. Hπ Long *Tel:

024 3927 3475 *Website: www.

halongemperorcruises.com)

TOÄN QUˇC

KhÎi chi’u ngµy 28/4

Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 lµ ph«n ti’p theo cÒa bÈ phim siu anh hÔng Guardians of the

Galaxy ra mæt n®m 2014 cÒa Marvel Studios. Trong l«n nµy, ÆÈi V÷ Binh D∂i Ng©n Hµ mang

trong m◊nh tr‰ng tr∏ch b∂o v÷ c∂ vÚ trÙ kh·i mÈt mËi Æe d‰a mÌi. Ph«n hai cÚng sœ Æ„ng vai

tr lµm c«u nËi Æ” ÆÈi Guardians hÓp l˘c cÔng c∏c siu anh hÔng The Avengers nhªm chËng

lπi kŒ thÔ chung Thanos, trong siu bom t†n Avengers: Infinity War.

H÷ thËng rπp chi’u CGV trn toµn quËc

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HA LONG

From March 25 th to April 30 th

"The Pulse of

Spring" exhibition

on cruise

This is the first time such a unique

exhibition will be held on the 5

star, Emperor Cruises Halong in

Halong Bay, Vietnam. The 29 th

exhibition on the life of artist

Pham Luc will take place in March

2017. All 75 paintings are based

on the theme of "The Pulse of

Spring" (Mπch Xu©n) portraying

springtime during periods of war

and peace and the ambitions of

soldiers and painters. His paintings

often present the activities of

everyday life with simple content,

and are typically rich in historical

and cultural meaning. According

to the artist, this exhibition

conveys the desire for an eternal

spring of happiness for the people

of Vietnam.

(EMPEROR CRUISES

HALONG *02 San Ho I,

Hung Thang, Halong *Tel: 024

3927 3475 *Website: www.

halongemperorcruises.com)

NATIONWIDE

From April 28 th

GUARDIANS OF THE

GALAXY 2

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is the next part of Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy series

which was introduced in 2014. This time, the guardians of the galaxy take responsibility

to protect the universe from a new theat. The second part will also act as a bridge for

the Guardians to join forces with the superheroes of The Avengers to fight against their greatest

enemy yet in the long awaited blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War.

CGV cinemas nationwide

HANOI/ HCMC

April 24 th and May 27 th

Color Me Run 2017

Partake in the run and enjoy

exciting moments with friends

when colored powder is

splashed at every checkpoint.

This is a great time for family

bonding and friendly gatherings

with memorable experiences.

Moreover, at the Color Me Run

2017 in Hanoi, you will have a

chance to meet DJ Tujamo, Top

100 DJ Mag, who has created

music for numerous famous artists

such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

He is famous for "Dr. Who!" - a

remix released in 2014 which

charted #21 on the UK top singles

chart of that years.

(LA VIE COLOR ME RUN 2017

*Website: www.colormerun.vn

*Vinhome Riverside, Long Bien,

Hanoi *Dist. 2, HCMC)

From May 12 th

King Aurthur: Legend of the sword

Inspired by the legend, King Aurthur: Legend of the sword will bring audience back in time to

the 5 th century in the Dark Ages of the UK. After Arthur's father was assassinated, Vortigern,

his uncle, seized the throne and ruled the kingdom with cruelty. The young Arthur then grows

up in the slums of the city, not knowing of his royal lineage until he grabs Excalibur. Instantly

enlightened by the sword's influence, Arthur is compelled to defeating the dictator Vortigern, the

man who murdered his parents and stole his crown to become king.

CGV cinemas nationwide

NATIONWIDE

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Villa Voucher


TỌA LẠC TẠI NHỮNG BÃI BIỂN TỰ NHIÊN ĐẸP NHẤT KHU VỰC MIỀN BẮC VÀ TRUNG

BỘ, TẤT CẢ NHỮNG GÌ BẠN CẦN CHO MỘT KỲ NGHỈ THIÊN ĐƯỜNG ĐỀU HỘI TỤ TẠI HỆ

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tại Villa 02 phòng ngủ thuộc

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KỲ NGHỈ 02 NGÀY 01 ĐÊM

tại Villa 02 phòng ngủ thuộc

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KỲ NGHỈ 02 NGÀY 01 ĐÊM

tại Villa 02 phòng ngủ thuộc

FLC Luxury Resort Quy Nhon

FLC Quy Nhon Beach & Golf Resort

Email: reservation@flcquynhon.com.vn

Hotline: (+84) 56 627 3333

FLC Quy Nhon Beach & Golf Resort

Email: reservation@flcquynhon.com.vn

Hotline: (+84) 56 627 3333

FLC Quy Nhon Beach & Golf Resort

Email: reservation@flcquynhon.com.vn

Hotline: (+84) 56 627 3333

Mang đến cơ hội tận hưởng và trải nghiệm dịch vụ sang trọng đẳng cấp

• Kỳ nghỉ 02 ngày 01 đêm tại Hệ thống biệt thự biển 5 sao FLC Luxury Resort

Samson hoặc FLC Luxury Resort Quy Nhon

• Trải nghiệm ẩm thực với 03 bữa ăn được phục vụ tại nhà hàng của các Khu nghỉ

• Tận hưởng 30 phút trị liệu tại spa

• Sử dụng không giới hạn tiện ích hồ bơi và phòng tập Gym

Giai đoạn mở bán Voucher:

01/04/2017 - 30/06/2017

Thời hạn áp dụng Voucher:

01/08/2017 - 31/12/2018

Để biết thêm thông tin chi tiết, vui lòng liên hệ:

Hotline: (+84) 97 600 8587 - Email: trinlm@flc.vn


REAL

ESTATE

& GOLF

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RICHMOND CITY

CHU¬N M#C MõI CHO CUóC SˇNG

Richmond City Æ≠Óc x©y d˘ng nh≠ mÈt tÊ hÓp kh´ng gian sËng hi÷n Æπi, ƺng c†p gÂm c∏c loπi h◊nh c®n hÈ, office-tel, c®n tr÷t

th≠¨ng mπi, trung t©m th≠¨ng mπi. VÌi tn g‰i Richmond City, chÒ Æ«u t≠ mong muËn sœ mang Æ’n s˘ thnh v≠Óng, phÛc lÈc dÂi

dµo cho gia chÒ, ÆÂng thÍi h≠Ìng Æ’n x©y d˘ng mÈt cÈng ÆÂng v®n minh, mÈt thµnh phË thu nh· phÂn vinh gi˜a lng Sµi Gn hoa

l÷. Tπi Richmond City, h÷ thËng ti÷n ›ch nÈi khu Æa dπng Æ≠Óc Æ«u t≠ x©y d˘ng k¸ l≠Ïng nhªm phÙc vÙ cho cuÈc sËng hi÷n Æπi cÒa mÁi c≠

d©n. C∏c ti÷n ›ch Æ≠Óc bË tr› ngay tπi t«ng tr÷t nh≠ c´ng vin Æ≠Íng dπo, khu vui ch¨i trŒ em, nhµ gi˜ trŒ, TTTM cÔng h b¨i sky view,

c´ng vin trung t©m ngay t«ng 4 toµ nhµ sœ mang lπi s˘ ti÷n nghi nh≠ng v…n Æ∂m b∂o t∏ch bi÷t kh·i s˘ Ân µo n¨i phË th, giÛp c≠ d©n an

t©m tÀn h≠Îng cuÈc sËng.

(RICHMOND CITY *207C Nguy‘n X›, P.26, Q. B◊nh Thπnh, TP. HCM *Hotline: 1900 6958

*Website: www.richmondcity.com.vn)

HÑ LONG

HD Mon

Holdings ch›nh

th¯c mÎ b∏n

d˘ ∏n Mon Bay

CuËi th∏ng 3 vıa qua, HD

Mon Hπ Long Æ∑ ch›nh

th¯c mÎ b∏n 130 c®n

li“n k“ trong d˘ ∏n Mon

Bay tπi Cung Quy hoπch

HÈi chÓ vµ tri”n lµm tÿnh

Qu∂ng Ninh (Tr«n QuËc

Nghi‘n, P. HÂng H∂i, TP.

Hπ Long). L†y c∂m h¯ng

tı nh˜ng khu li“n k“ tπi

x¯ sÎ C∂ng Th¨m, 130

c®n li“n k“ tπi Mon Bay

Æ≠Óc th’ k’ sang tr‰ng

lch l∑m vµ n®ng ÆÈng

nhªm mang lπi c¨ hÈi kinh

doanh thuÀn lÓi cho gia

chÒ. VÌi thi’t k’ th´ng

minh 54 t«ng ch›nh vµ 1

t«ng tum qua bµn tay tµi

hoa cÒa c∏c ki’n trÛc s≠

Singapore, d˘ ∏n dµnh

cho kh∏ch hµng nhi“u

l˘a ch‰n sˆ dÙng: c„ th”

kinh doanh, cho thu lπi

vµ Æ” Î.

(HD MON HÑ LONG

*Tel: 024 6262 7655

*Website: www.

monbay.vn)

TP.HCM

KhÎi c´ng d˘

∏n khu nghÿ

d≠Ïng cao

c†p "Melia HÂ

Trµm at the

hamptons"

TÀp Æoµn Tanzanite

International vıa khÎi

c´ng x©y d˘ng d˘ ∏n

Melia HÂ Trµm at The

Hamptons. SÎ h˜u mÈt

Æa th” Ææc Æa vÌi tÊng

di÷n t›ch ln tÌi 16,9ha

vµ tr∂i dµi h¨n 518m

Æ≠Íng bi”n H Trµm,

d˘ ∏n Î Giai Æoπn 1 bao

gÂm 156 c®n hÈ kh∏ch

sπn nghÿ d≠Ïng vµ 82

bi÷t th˘. Nhªm tËi Æa

h„a ∏nh s∏ng t˘ nhin

vµ c©y xanh, Melia HÂ

Trµm Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ theo

phong c∏ch kh´ng gian

mÎ vÌi h¨n 84% mÀt ÆÈ

x©y d˘ng Æ≠Óc dµnh cho

c∂nh quan vµ kh´ng gian

xanh cÔng h¨n 4.000 c©y

b„ng m∏t vÌi h c∂nh

quan rÈng 10.000m 2

tπo nn khu v≠Ín thin

nhin b∏t ng∏t trn di÷n

t›ch 129.000m 2 .

(TANZANITE

INTERNATIONAL

*65A Xu©n ThÒy, P. Th∂o

ßi“n, Q.2, TP. HCM

*Tel: 028 6258 5709

*Website: www.

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com)

ßÄ NøNG

ßπi hÈi du lch golf Ch©u É 2017

VÌi kh»u hi÷u "AGTC bn bÍ bi”n", ßπi hÈi Du lch Golf Ch©u É (AGTC) l«n th¯ 6 Æ≠Óc tÊ ch¯c bÎi IAGTO tπi ßµ NΩng tı ngµy 7-13/5 tÌi sœ lµ s˘

ki÷n du lch golf lÌn nh†t Ch©u É. Trong sË 36 Æπi bi”u Vi÷t Nam Æ®ng k˝ tham d˘ t›nh Æ’n thÍi Æi”m hi÷n tπi c„ c∏c s©n golf lÌn cÒa Vi÷t Nam nh≠

Montgomerie Links Danang Golf Club, Ba Na Hills Golf Club, BRG Danang Golf Resort, Laguna Golf Lang Co, The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, Sky Lake

Resort & Golf Club and the FLC Group. AGTC 2017 cÚng lµ c¨ hÈi Æ” xÛc ti’n ph∏t tri”n loπi h◊nh du lch ch†t l≠Óng cao cÒa thµnh phË, giÛp cÈng

ÆÂng doanh nghi÷p vµ ng≠Íi d©n thµnh phË hi”u bi’t, ti’p cÀn s©u h¨n vÌi golf.

(TRUNG T¢M HóI NGHë FURAMA *ß≠Íng V‚ Nguyn Gi∏p, Khu M¸, NgÚ Hµnh S¨n, ßµ NΩng *Tel: 0236 3847 333)

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REAL

ESTATE

& GOLF

HCMC

RICHMOND CITY

A NEW STANDARD FOR

MODERN LIFE

Richmond City has developed as a complex of modern high class living spaces with various types of apartments,

office-tels, shophouses, and shopping malls. With the name of Richmond City making allusion to wealth, the

investors hope to bring prosperity to future owners as well as build up a civilized community, a prosperous

"city" in the heart of Saigon. The Richmond City's internal amenities are carefully set up to offer residents the most

comfortable and modern life. Various amenities such as parks, playgrounds, kindergartens, and shopping malls are

designed on the ground floor while the sky view swimming pool, and the central park on the 4 th floor offer an

intimate quiet space allowing residents to enjoy life to the fullest.

(RICHMOND CITY *207C Nguyen Xi, Ward. 26, Binh Thanh, HCMC *Hotline: 1900 6958

*Website: www.richmondcity.com.vn)

DA NANG

Asia Golf

Tourism

Convention

2017

Branded "AGTC

on the Beach", the

6 th annual Asia Golf

Tourism Convention

(AGTC 2017) will

be held by IAGTO in

Danang from May 7 th

to 13 th . AGTC is the

premier golf travel

event in the Asia.

36 representatives

of Vietnam will

partake in this

event, including

Montgomerie Links

Danang Golf Club,

Ba Na Hills Golf

Club, BRG Danang

Golf Resort, Laguna

Golf Lang Co, The

Bluffs Ho Tram Strip,

Sky Lake Resort &

Golf Club and the

FLC Group. The

AGTC 2017 is also

a chance for Danang

city to promote its

high-class tourism,

helping businesses

and locals to

understand and

further access golf

tourism.

(FURAMA

CONVENTION

CENTER *Vo

Nguyen Giap, Khue

My, Ngu Hanh Son,

Danang *Tel: 0236

3847 333)

HA LONG

HCMC

HD Mon

Holdings

officially open

Mon Bay for

Sales

In late March, HD Mon

Halong officially began

sales of 130 adjacent

apartments of the

Mon Bay project at

Quang Ninh Exhibition

of Planning and Expo

Center (Tran Quoc

Nghien, Hong Hai, Ha

Long). Inspired by the

side by side housing in

Hong Kong, the 130

adjacent apartments in

Mon Bay are designed

by Singaporean

architects in an elegant

and dynamic style

while also brings more

business opportunities

for owners. Consisting

of 54 main floors and an

attic floor, the project

offers guests various

choices, from business

renting, to living

purpose.

(HD MON HA LONG

*Tel: 024 6262 7655

*Website: www.

monbay.vn)

Tanzanite

International

launches

Melia Ho

Tram at The

Hamptons

Project

Tanzanite International,

the developer of the

Melia Ho Tram at the

Hamptons project

had their official

Commencement

Ceremony at Ho Tram,

Ba Ria Vung Tau. With

its strategic location,

spanning a total area of

16,9ha and 518 meters

of pristine private

beach, Melia Ho Tram

at The Hamptons

consists of 156 hotel

suites and 82 villas.

To bring the natural

elements of both light

and greenery into its

design, the resort spent

more than 84% of the

space on landscaping

with over 4.000 trees

and over 10.000m 2

of lakes and ponds,

creating an endless zen

garden of 129.000m 2 .

(TANZANITE

INTERNATIONAL

*65A Xuan Thuy, Thao

Dien Ward, Dist. 2,

HCMC *Tel: 028 6258

5709 *Website: www.

tanzanite-international.

com)

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luxuryliving

S et a new bar of

LUXURY FOR LIVING SPACE

WITH THE INSPIRATION FROM EUROPE

Gπch v©n Æ∏ Marbel Pro cÒa Vietceramics Æ≠Óc nhÀp kh»u tı ≥

N¢NG T¡M KH§NG GIAN VõI

C∂m H¯ng Ch©u ¢u

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luxuryliving

Ngµy nay, nhi“u kh∏ch sπn,

nhµ hµng hay spa trong n≠Ìc

vµ quËc t’ Æang ¯ng dÙng

nh˜ng xu h≠Ìng mÌi nh†t

trong vi÷c trang tr› nÈi th†t,

Æ∆c bi÷t lµ gπch Ëp l∏t, th”

hi÷n phong c∏ch, ƺng c†p

vµ c∏ t›nh cÒa n„. ß” ki’n

tπo nn kh´ng gian sËng,

vi÷c ch‰n gπch Ëp l∏t sao

cho "thÍi trang", †n t≠Óng,

bæt mæt vµ ÆÛng xu h≠Ìng

vÌi gi∏ tr cËt l‚i lµ k’t hÓp

hµi ha gi˜a nät ki’n trÛc cÊ

Æi”n vµ h◊nh khËi hi÷n Æπi

lµ Æi“u mµ c∏c ki’n trÛc s≠

kh´ng th” b· qua khi ln ˝

t≠Îng thi’t k’. Trong bµi vi’t

nµy, Travellive sœ cÀp nhÀt

nh˜ng xu h≠Ìng gπch Ëp l∏t

mÌi nh†t cho n®m 2017.

Nowadays, many hotels,

restaurants and spas both in

Vietnam and other countries

have been following the latest

trends in choosing interior

decoration, and an especially

common feature these days

are tiles to show style and

class. To elevate the style of

your own space, it would not

be easy to choose tiles that are

both stylish and fit well with

the preexisting interior. The

matter of blending a classic

design and modern items is

always of great concern for

talented architects. In this

article, Travellive would like

to update you on the latest

trends of tiles in 2017.

S∂n ph»m Æ≠Óc tr≠ng bµy tπi showroom cÒa Atlas Concorde, ≥

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S∂n ph»m cÒa Vietceramics Æ≠Óc ¯ng dÙng tπi kh∏ch sπn Osada Sniezka, Ba Lan

SANG TRñNG GÑCH V¢N ßÉ

2017 Æ≠Óc d˘ Æo∏n sœ lµ n®m Æ∏nh d†u s˘ trÎ lπi Æ«y †n t≠Óng cÒa dng

gπch v©n Æ∏ c»m thπch marble. CÔng c∏c t›nh n®ng k¸ thuÀt c∂i ti’n, h‰a

ti’t v©n Æ∏ Æa dπng sœ giÛp gia t®ng ÆÈ b“n Æãp vµ n©ng t«m ƺng c†p

cho phng kh∏ch Æ’n phng tæm vÌi Calacatta , Marvel XL vµ Brick Atelier... Bn

cπnh Æ„, n’u nh≠ tr≠Ìc Æ©y Æ” Æ«u t≠ mÈt ng´i nhµ ho∆c mÈt d˘ ∏n gπch v©n Æ∏

chÿ c„ nh˜ng bi÷t th˘ cao c†p ho∆c nh˜ng kh∏ch sπn 4, 5 sao nh≠ Hotel Medical

Spa tπi Ba Lan, th◊ nay vÌi m¯c Æ«u t≠ chÿ bªng 1/3 Æ∑ c„ th” sˆ dÙng tπi c∏c

gia Æ◊nh vÌi Æ≠Íng v©n Wood White, Babylon Stone, Calacatta Gold... TÔy vµo

sÎ th›ch vµ phong c∏ch ki’n trÛc, bπn c„ th” phËi hÓp mµu sæc cÒa gπch v©n Æ∏

t˘ nhin hay tπo Æi”m nh†n vÌi gπch Æi”m trang tr› bªng Æ≠Íng nät vµ c∏c chi ti’t

ph∏ c∏ch, ÆÀm ch†t mÌi mŒ.

LUXURIOUS MARBLE LOOK TILES

2017 marks the return of impressive marble-looking tiles. With advanced

technique, diverse patterns and higher quality, the mock-marble tiles by Calacatta,

Marvel XL, and Brick Atelier will set a new bar of luxury for your living space,

from the living room to the bath room. Moreover, while in the past marble-looking

tiles were expensive enough that only 4-5 star hotels and luxurious villas could

afford, this year, you might consider using them for your own home as these days

they are available at a more reasonable cost. Wood White, Babylon Stone, and

Calacatta Gold are ideal affordable choices that yield the look of extravagance.

For your liking and to match the building's architectural style, you can choose

different colors and styles or mix natural marble-looking tiles with decorative ones

to create highlights.

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NGHå THUÜT Bˇ C|C VÄ HOÑ TI⁄T

Bn cπnh Æ„, c∏c bÈ s≠u tÀp: 3D Wall Design & Room cÒa Atlas

Concorde, DigitalArt cÒa Ceramica Sant'Agostino... tπo nn c∂m

gi∏c tho∂i m∏i, d‘ chu - lµ Æπi di÷n xu†t sæc cho xu h≠Ìng ngh÷

thuÀt vµ bË cÙc. CÙ th”, Æ©y lµ gπch Ëp l∏t 3D l†y c∂m h¯ng tı

ch†t li÷u cÒa ren, len, v∂i lanh vµ v∂i mµn madras Æ’n c∏c ch†t

li÷u mang t›nh mπnh mœ nh≠ da, v∂i tu˝t hay v∂i len kŒ ´ vu´ng

hay c∏c h◊nh th¯c d÷t, d÷t kim, thæt nÛt, c∏c thi’t k’ trÎ nn h˜u

h◊nh h¨n trn m∆t phºng c¯ng vËn c„. C∏c b¯c t≠Íng trong phng

kh∏ch hay nh˜ng khu v˘c Ëp l∏t trong phng tæm sœ trÎ nn sinh

ÆÈng vµ thanh lch h¨n vÌi c∏c m´ t›p hi÷n Æπi, h‰a ti’t h◊nh h‰c,

mµu sæc t≠¨i mÌi.

MõI LÑ K⁄T HúP ßA CHI≈U

Theo c∏c chuyn gia v“ nÈi thi’t - ki’n trÛc cÚng

nh≠ nhµ hµng, kh∏ch sπn, 2017 cÚng lµ n®m

cÒa vi÷c sˆ dÙng mÈt h‰a ti’t cho phäp k’t hÓp

thµnh nh˜ng kh´ng gian Æa chi“u Æ∆c sæc nh≠

nh˜ng b¯c kh∂m mosaic. BÈ s≠u tÀp Marvel

Gems gÂm c∏c h◊nh vu´ng vµ h◊nh Æa gi∏c

Æ≠Óc sæp Æ∆t kh´ng theo quy tæc, chæc chæn sœ

Æem Æ’n mÈt kh´ng gian vıa mang t›nh cÊ Æi”n

mµ v…n ÆÀm ch†t hi÷n Æπi theo phong c∏ch

t≠¨ng t˘ YNDO Hotel. ß∆c bi÷t, nh˜ng n¨i sˆ

dÙng gπch trang tr› cao c†p vÌi mµu sæc t≠¨ng

ph∂n sœ g©y Æ≠Óc †n t≠Óng s©u sæc vÌi ng≠Íi

sˆ dÙng vµ Æ∆c bi÷t "®n ∂nh". ThÀm ch› tπi nhi“u

resort, h‰ cfln ph∏ c∏ch vÌi vi÷c dÔng nh˜ng loπi

gπch s©n v≠Ín, gπch Ëp ph

ng kh∏ch Æ” l∏t n“n lµm t®ng ÆÈ lung linh cho

kh´ng gian - ∏nh s∏ng c˘c k˙ phÔ hÓp cho vi÷c

selfie.

THE ART OF ARRANGING

The 3D Wall Design & Room collection by Atlas Concorde and

DigitalArt by Ceramica Sant'Agostino offer a space a pleasant

feeling and are the best representatives for the trend of more

artistic layouts. The 3D tiles are inspired from various materials

from lace, wool, linen, and madras to leather, tweed, and

checkered wool as well as some forms of weaving and knitting,

which all together make the design more evident on hard surfaces.

The walls of living rooms or bathrooms can be made more elegant

and lively with the simple addition of modern motifs, geometric

patterns and fresh colors.

NEW MULTI-DIMENSIONAL COMBINATIONS

According to interior experts and architects as

well as owners of restaurants and hotels, a new

trend of 2017 is using one pattern or shapes to

create multi-dimensional spaces and mosaic. The

collection Marvel Gems consists of squares and

polygons in seemingly random layouts, helping

to create a classic yet modern space like at the

YNDO Hotel. Moreover, premium decorative

tiles in contrasting colors will impress anyone

with a "photogenic" place. Some resorts even use

garden tiles and living room tiles to make a truly

photo-worthy space.


GÑCH B§NG - PHONG CÉCH C‡ ßIÕN VÄ HIåN ßÑI

Nhæc Æ’n gπch b´ng, kh´ng th” kh´ng k” Æ’n Azulej, dng

gπch b´ng mang ÆÀm h¨i thÎ thi ca Æ«y tinh t’. ß≠Óc s∏ng

tπo bÎi nhµ thi’t k’ nÊi ti’ng Patricia Urquiola vµ Æoπt gi∂i

th≠Îng thi’t k’ xu†t sæc cÒa n®m do tπp ch› Wallpaper (Anh)

b◊nh ch‰n, Azulej mang ©m Æi÷u cÒa thÍi k˙ PhÙc h≠ng Æ≠Óc

th” hi÷n bªng c´ng ngh÷ in k¸ thuÀt sË tin ti’n nh†t. Trong

n®m 2017, vÌi "phong ÆÈ vµ ƺng c†p Ên Ænh", gπch b´ng

v…n r†t Æ≠Óc yu th›ch tπi trn th’ giÌi n„i chung vµ Vi÷t Nam

n„i ring. Minh ch¯ng lµ bÈ s≠u tÀp gπch Ëp l∏t nhÀp kh»u

Ch©u ¢u dπng nµy tı Vietceramics lu´n c„ s∂n l≠Óng trong

top Æ«u vµ Æ≠Óc dÔng trong thi’t k’ ch›nh cÒa Prointel Ofices

tπi Madrid. CÔng vÌi gπch men, gπch gi„, gπch tranh th∂m,

gπch b´ng lu´n nÊi bÀt vÌi s˘ b◊nh d, ƨn gi∂n v“ ch†t li÷u,

Æa dπng v“ mµu sæc nh≠ng v…n Æem Æ’n nh˜ng vŒ Æãp hi÷n

Æπi vµ mÌi lπ cho c∏c kh´ng gian.

TILES WITH FLOWER DESIGN - A CLASSIC YET

MODERN STYLE

Azulej patterns are the first to be mentioned whenever someone

might talk about tiles with flower design. Created by the

renowned designer Patricia Urquiola, Azulej has won the best

design award from Wallpaper Magazine. The collection of

Azulej is designed with the Renaissance and experiments with

an innovative printing technique. This type of tile was used

in the main design of Prointel Offices in Madrid. In 2017,

with premium quality and innovative patterns, tiles with flower

patters are still very popular in the world in general and

Vietnam in particular. The collection imported from Europe

by Vietceramics is always the No.1 choice. Together with

enameled bricks, ventilation blocks, and mosaic tiles, tiles with

flower designs are always favored with their simple material,

various colors, and modern beauty.

Enjoy a 3-Day/2-Night Stay in a Superior room

From VND 5,450,000++

For two adults and two children under 12 years old sharing existing bedding

This Package Includes:

• Daily deluxe buffet breakfast

• Welcome drink and cold towel upon arrival

• One dinner set menu and one barbecue

set menu on weekdays, or barbecue buffet

on Saturday night

• Complimentary F&B voucher valued at VND 500,000

• Complimentary Spa voucher valued at VND 100,000

• Round-trip transfer from Ho Chi Minh City to

Phan Thiet by open bus

• 20% discount on best available rates for an

additional night stay

Reservations: (062) 3849 849 or rsvn@pandanusresort.com

Prices are subject to 5% service charge and 10% VAT.

Surcharge for Friday & Saturday nights

Valid from 01 Apr to 31 Oct 2017, excluding : 30 April, 01 May & 02 Sep

Tranfer services are not applicable for children

Quarter 5, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan, Vietnam

www.pandanusresort.com


S˘ quy’n rÚ tı

Bµi: Selina Nguy‘n - © T h e C u r i o u s C r e a t u r e , S a l l y A b ä

H∑y thˆ Paella n’u c„ dfip Æ’n T©y Ban Nha

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"Theo bπn, m„n ®n nµo Æ∆c bi÷t nh†t trong sË nh˜ng m„n Æ∆c s∂n cÒa T©y Ban Nha?".

Khi Æ≠Óc yu c«u tr∂ lÍi c©u h·i nµy, ph«n lÌn Æ∏p ∏n lµ Paella vµ n¨i mµ du kh∏ch

muËn tÌi Æ” th≠Îng th¯c m„n ®n tuy÷t h∂o nµy lµ thµnh phË Madrid.

Theo ti’ng T©y

Ban Nha, Paella

c„ ngh‹a lµ c∏i

ch∂o, hoµn toµn

ÆÛng vÌi tn g‰i cÒa m„n

®n nµy: c¨m rang Æ≠Óc

ch’ bi’n vµ Æ˘ng trong

mÈt chi’c ch∂o lÌn.

ß©y lµ m„n ®n r†t

phÊ bi’n Î Valencia

vµ Murcia, nh˜ng

vÔng thuÈc T©y

Ban Nha trn

khu v˘c bÍ bi”n

ß´ng, vËn r†t

nÊi ti’ng vÌi c∏c

m„n c¨m.

MÈt trong

nh˜ng l˝ do Æ”

c∏c loπi c¨m nµy

trÎ nn phÊ bi’n

Î T©y Ban Nha lµ

tı ng≠Íi Moors -

nh˜ng ng≠Íi HÂi

gi∏o Î T©y Bæc

Ch©u Phi.

H‰ thËng

trfi r†t

nhi“u

vÔng

cÒa

T©y

Ban

Nha tı n®m

711 tÌi 1492 vµ Æ∑

tπo nn s¯c ∂nh h≠Îng lÌn Æ’n n“n

»m th˘c T©y Ban Nha. Trong thÍi gian

cai trfi, ng≠Íi Moors Æ∑ trÂng lÛa trn vÔng

Ɔt mµ sau nµy lµ Valencia vµ Murica. Tı

Æ„, c∏c m„n c¨m trÎ thµnh mÈt ph«n quan

tr‰ng trong v®n ho∏ »m th˘c n¨i Æ©y vÌi

phong c∏ch v´ cÔng ÆÈc Æ∏o, Æ∆c bi÷t lµ m„n

Bomba vµ Calasparra. MÈt Æi“u r†t †n t≠Óng

Æ„ lµ h‰ cho r†t nhi“u n≠Ìc vµo trong c¨m,

song hπt gπo v…n gi˜ nguyn Æ≠Óc h◊nh

dπng ban Æ«u - Æi“u lµm nn s˘ hoµn h∂o

cho Paella.

êt ai bi’t rªng, ph«n Paella ban Æ«u kh´ng h“

phong phÛ vµ h†p d…n nh≠ b©y giÍ. Khi ng≠Íi

d©n Î Æ©y ch≠a bi’t c∏ch k’t hÓp chÛt h∂i s∂n

nµo, h‰ th≠Íng cho thfit n≠Ìng theo phong

c∏ch n´ng th´n truy“n thËng vµo trong Æ„,

ho∆c dÔng gπo Æfia ph≠¨ng, ÆÀu vµ Ëc sn Æ”

lµm nh˜ng ph«n Paella nguyn s¨. Theo thÍi

gian, m„n ®n Æ∑ thm vµo thfit th·, gan vµ tim

gµ. Ngµy nay, bπn c„ th” t◊m th†y b†t c¯ th¯

g◊ trong mÈt ph«n Paella, nh≠ng n’u muËn

thˆ c∏c phin b∂n th˘c s˘ truy“n thËng, h∑y

thˆ cho Ëc sn vµo nhä!

N’u c„ c¨ hÈi tÌi Madrid, bπn nn lÀp t¯c

th≠Îng th¯c m„n Paella nÊi ti’ng nµy vÌi

c¨m, thfit, rau vµ h≠¨ng li÷u tπo mÔi th¨m

n¯c mÚi cÔng mµu sæc kh´ng th” r˘c rÏ h¨n.

Paella th≠Íng c„ 3 loπi ch›nh lµ Valencian

Paella, Paella h∂i s∂n vµ Paella thÀp c»m.

C„ r†t nhi“u c´ng th¯c Æ” n†u Paella. Tiu

bi”u lµ phong c∏ch Valencia vÌi thfit gµ, thfit

th·, Ëc sn vµ ba loπi ÆÀu t≠¨i. Cfln Paella

hi÷n Æπi h«u nh≠ lu´n k’t hÓp vÌi h∂i s∂n,

thfit gµ vµ rau. ß©y lµ m„n ®n r†t Æa dπng vµ

c„ gi∏ trfi dinh d≠Ïng cao. ßi“u kh∏ thÛ vfi lµ

bπn kh´ng c«n tu©n theo nh˜ng c´ng th¯c

c¯ng nhæc nµo, mµ chÿ c«n lµm theo kh»u vfi

cho hµi lflng th˘c kh∏ch. ßÂng thÍi, thµnh

ph«n n†u Paella thay ÆÊi tı vÔng nµy sang

vÔng kh∏c, theo thÍi gian, tÔy thuÈc vµo

truy“n thËng Æfia ph≠¨ng vµ c∏c nguyn li÷u

sΩn c„. Mi‘n lµ th˘c ph»m t≠¨i ngon Æ“u c„

th” truy“n c∂m h¯ng cho ng≠Íi Æ«u b’p tπo

ra mÈt phin b∂n Paella mang ÆÀm d†u

†n c∏ nh©n.

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food&beverage

"In your opinion, which is the most unique dish among Spanish cuisine?" Most

of visitors share the same answer - Paella, and the place to enjoy this scrumptious

dish is nowhere else but Madrid.

Paella which

means "the

pan" in

Spanish refers

to the way it is prepare

and served - on a large

pan. The dish is very

popular in Valencia and

Murcia - the regions on

the eastern coastal of

Spain which is renowned

for rice dishes.

Paella became popular

in Spain thanks to

the Moors, a group of

Muslim people living

in Northwestern Africa.

These people dominated

numerous areas in Spain

from 711 to 1492 and

made a great impact on

Spanish culinary culture.

During the period, the

Moors grew rice in the

lands of now Valencia

and Murcia. Since then,

the rice dish has become

a significant part in

the culinary art there.

The most unique kind

of Paelle are Bomba

and Calasparra. It is

impressive that cooking

such dishes requires one

to add lot of water when

cooking the rice but the

grains still retain their

original shape, making

the Paella perfect.

Little did people know

that traditional Paella

is not as various and

attractive as it now.

Before locals began

adding seafood to the

dish, they only used pork

grilled in a traditional

style, rice, beans, and

snails to prepare Paella.

Gradually, rabbit meat,

liver, and chicken

heart are also added.

Nowadays, you can find

everything in Paella, but

if you want to try the

original one, let's enjoy

snails!

If you have a chance to

visit Madrid, then do

not forget to enjoy the

renowned dish. Rice,

vegetables, meat, and

the spices make Paella

the most aromatic

and vivid dish one can

imagine. There are three

main options for you,

including Valencian

Paella, seafood Paella,

and mixed Paella.

There are also various

recipes for Paella. The

Valencia's style includes

chicken, rabbit meat,

snails, and three types

of fresh beans. Most

modern-day Paella

variations consist

of seafood, chicken,

and vegetables. The

dish, therefore, is

exceptionally nutritious.

It is interesting that

you don't need to follow

any recipe, just adjust

it to your own likings.

Meanwhile, Paella's

ingredients change

from region to region,

from time to time, and

depend on the local

traditions and available

ingredients. As long

as you choose fresh

ingredients and cook

with passion, you will

create great Paella.

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"N’u t´i chÿ c„ mÈt ngµy n˜a Æ” sËng, t´i muËn dπo b≠Ìc tÌi Strangford,

g‰i hai chai Chablis thÀt lπnh vµ ®n m„n hµu Strangford Lounge. Chÿ

vÀy th´i, t´i sœ ra Æi trong ni“m hπnh phÛc".

Bµi: Thu Nguy‘n - © Madelene Farin Photography, Oliver Weber

ß„ lµ lÍi "t˘ thÛ" cÒa chuyn

gia »m th˘c Killian Fox khi

ca ngÓi m„n hµu huy“n

thoπi cÒa Strangford

Loung, Bæc Ailen.

Kh´ng ph∂i khoa tr≠¨ng khi Killian

Fox dµnh h’t m¸ tı »m th˘c cÒa

m◊nh Æ” nhÀn xät v“ m„n ®n nµy.

ß∆c bi÷t, hµu nªm trong danh s∏ch

nh˜ng th˘c ph»m Ưng Æ«u v“ lÓi ›ch

cho s¯c khoŒ. Hµu cÚng lµ mÈt trong

nh˜ng m„n h∂i s∂n c„ c∏ch ch’ bi’n

vµ th≠Îng th¯c v´ cÔng phong phÛ, Æa

dπng, tu˙ theo kh»u vfi vµ c∏c dfip kh∏c

nhau. Bπn c„ th” ®n hµu theo c∏ch

"mÈc" nh†t lµ khui v·, væt chanh vµo

®n sËng ho∆c pha vÌi gi†m ng©m hµnh

h≠¨ng, c„ khi lπi thm chÛt Ìt bÈt, vµi

gi‰t n≠Ìc cËt qu˝t hay cam sµnh. ô

Vi÷t Nam, m„n hµu n≠Ìng mÏ hµnh,

hµu n≠Ìng ph´ mai b· lfl... cÚng r†t

Æ≠Óc yu th›ch.

Ngoµi ra, m„n hµu sËng cÚng lµ mÈt

trong nh˜ng m„n ®n Æ≠Óc ≠a th›ch

nh†t tπi Ph∏p vÌi gi∏ trfi dinh d≠Ïng

cao. Cfln Î vÔng Bretagne, m„n hµu

Cancale nÊi ti’ng h¨n c∂ vÌi ph«n thfit

dµy, ÆÀm vfi m∆n cÒa bi”n, song lπi v†n

v≠¨ng vfi ng‰t th¨m m∏t, bäo ngÀy nh≠

hπt dŒ noisette.

Tuy nhin, ÆËi vÌi nh˜ng th˘c kh∏ch

quËc t’ sµnh ®n, m„n hµu lπi lµ mÈt

Æ∆c ©n bÎi gi∏ c∂ kh´ng h“ rŒ. V◊

vÀy, vi÷c dÔng m„n ®n nµy cÚng c«n

ph∂i tinh t’ nh≠ th≠Îng th¯c ngh÷

thuÀt. Tπi nhµ hµng tr¯ danh Maison

Premiere (Brooklyn), bπn h∑y qun Æi

lËi mfln k’t hÓp hµu vµ r≠Óu vang, thay

vµo Æ„ lµ absinthe (green fairy). S˘ k’t

hÓp gi˜a nh˜ng con hµu giµu canxi vµ

kho∏ng ch†t, ®n bªng th◊a nh· cÔng

chÛt bπc hµ; th◊ loπi r≠Óu nµy sœ khi’n

th˘c kh∏ch kh´ng h·i xu˝t xoa v◊ n„

mang tÌi mÈt tr∂i nghi÷m hoµn toµn

kh∏c bi÷t.

Trong khi ®n, bπn c«n khäo läo t∏ch

ph«n thfit hµu tı ph«n Æ«u rÈng xuËng,

chÿ nn nhai 2 l«n tr≠Ìc khi nuËt, nh≠

vÀy mÌi c∂m nhÀn Æ≠Óc h’t nät tinh

tu˝ cÒa m„n nµy. ßÂng thÍi, ch‰n

hµu cÚng lµ mÈt ngh÷ thuÀt. Bπn c«n

chÛ tr‰ng r†t nhi“u y’u tË nh≠: n≠Ìc

bi”n tπi n¨i bæt sfl trong hay ÆÙc; k›ch

cÏ hµu vµ ÆÈ dµy cÒa hµu: kh´ng qu∏

m·ng hay qu∏ m∆n; mÔi tanh nh≠ng

t≠¨i; m¯c ÆÈ são trn v·; h≠¨ng vfi

hµu sœ kh∏c nhau tu˙ vµo vÔng bi”n

vµ mÔa...

Khi ch‰n c∏ch ®n hµu t≠¨i sËng, bπn

c«n chÛ ˝ tÌi c∏ch bµy bi÷n nˆa v·

ch¯a hµu, chanh, n≠Ìc sËt Tabasco vµ

hã t©y. Ngoµi ra, th˘c ƨn sœ trÎ nn

tuy÷t h∂o h¨n khi hµu sËng Æ≠Óc ®n

cÔng vÌi thfit n≠Ìng ki”u Ch©u É thm

n≠Ìc sËt Æ∆c tr≠ng.

ßËi vÌi nh˜ng th˘c kh∏ch e ngπi c∏c

m„n sËng, c„ th” thˆ m„n hµu nghi“n

®n cÔng sËt pasta nhã. "An toµn" h¨n,

bπn c„ th” ch‰n nh˜ng con hµu lÌn

nhi“u thfit Æ” n†u ch›n. ßıng qun

kem vµ b¨ lµ nh˜ng ng≠Íi bπn ÆÂng

hµnh kh´ng th” thi’u, mang lπi s˘ hoµ

quy÷n tinh t’ vÌi vfi m∆n vËn cÒa hµu.

Qu∂ lµ kh´ng g◊ c„ th” di‘n t∂ Æ≠Óc

h’t s¯c quy’n rÚ, h†p d…n cÒa hµu

dÔng kÃm sËt b¨ vµ b∏nh m˙ n≠Ìng.

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LIKE YOU'RE

ENJOYING

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Bµi:Thu Nguy‘n - Ånh: Nhi“u t∏c gi∂

That was how the culinary expert Killian

Fox praised the renowned oyster dish in

Strangford Loung, in the Northern Ireland.

It is no exaggeration when Killian Fox used

the most beautiful words in his review of

this dish. Oyster is always on the top of the list of healthy

ingredients. Oyster is also a seafood that can be prepared

in a multitude of ways, according to different tastes

and occasions. You can simply enjoy oysters by eating

fresh ones with lime or sauce of vinegar, chili powder,

tangerine or orange extract. In Vietnam, the favorites

include grilled oyster with oil and onion and baked oyster

with cheese.

Moreover, raw oyster (huître) is among one of the favorite

and most nutritious dishes in France. In the Bretagne

region, Cancale oyster is the most popular with thick meat, and the savory taste of the sea, along with

the sweet and rich taste of other ingredients such as hazelnuts.

However, as perhaps sad news for international gourmets, oyster dishes are considered things of luxury

as their prices are never low. Therefore, the way to properly enjoy oyster must be as sophisticated as a

fine art. At the renowned Maison Premiere Restaurant (Brooklyn), forget the classic way of combining

oyster with wine. Instead, open your mind to the idea of the Swiss classic spirit of absinthe as a perfect

partner to oysters instead. The harmony of oyster, rich in calcium and minerals, with a little mint and

absinthe will bring you a pleasingly new dining experience.

When enjoying oyster, you should carefully remove the meat from the shell, starting at the larger part.

Just chew twice before swallowing to get the dish's essence. Meanwhile, even the very selection of oysters

is a form of art. Pay attention to numerous factors such as the purity of sea water where the oysters are

caught, their size and thickness (not too thin), the fresh fishy scent, the scars on the shells, and more.

Much like a fine wine, the taste of oysters vary based on their sea of origin and the season in which they

are caught.

If you would like to enjoy fresh oyster, pay attention to the way that the oyster contains lime, Tabasco

sauce, and shallots. The dish would be much better if the menu includes Asian grilled meat served with

signature sauce.

For those who are not interested in fresh dishes, try ground oyster with pasta sauce. A "safer" choice

is cooked oyster. Don't forget that cream and butter are the best of seafood companions, bringing a,

perhaps more familiar, warmth to one's soul. There are not words enough to express the attraction of

oyster served with butter and toasted bread.

"If I were to die tomorrow, I'd walk to Strangford, get a couple of bottles of

really cold Chablis, and eat as many Strangford Lough oysters as I could. Then

I'd die very happily indeed"

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C∏ch Sµi Gn chÿ 40 phÛt bay, PhÛ QuËc lµ thin Æ≠Íng

c„ thÀt cho nh˜ng ngµy hà r˘c næng. Th∏ng T≠ nµy, bπn cn chÍ

g◊ mµ kh´ng tÀn h≠Îng trÍi xanh m©y træng bn b∑i c∏t træng mn

nh≠ kem...

40 minute hop from Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Quoc, with blue

tranquil water, white powdery sands, and fresh seafood is

awaiting you and your family. This April, why not pack your bag

and take a trip to this paradise?

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LOCATION: Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

PHOTOGRAPHER: K˙ Anh Tr«n - MODEL: HÂ V‹nh Khoa

STYLIST: Tr«n Hoµi Trang - MUA: Ruan ß∆ng - LIGHTING ASISSTANT: ß∆ng T†n Ph∏t

FASHION: Kenzo, Pedro, Brooks Brothers, Bentley Eyewear, Barton Perreira

CREATIVE PRODUCER: Phan C∏c TrÛc


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LOCATION: Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

PHOTOGRAPHER: K˙ Anh Tr«n - MODEL: HÂ V‹nh Khoa

STYLIST: Tr«n Hoµi Trang - MUA: Ruan ß∆ng - LIGHTING ASISSTANT: ß∆ng T†n Ph∏t

FASHION: Kenzo, Pedro, Brooks Brothers, Bentley Eyewear, Barton Perreira

CREATIVE PRODUCER: Phan C∏c TrÛc

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LOCATION: Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

PHOTOGRAPHER: K˙ Anh Tr«n - MODEL: HÂ V‹nh Khoa

STYLIST: Tr«n Hoµi Trang - MUA: Ruan ß∆ng - LIGHTING ASISSTANT: ß∆ng T†n Ph∏t

FASHION: Kenzo, Pedro, Brooks Brothers, Bentley Eyewear, Barton Perreira

CREATIVE PRODUCER: Phan C∏c TrÛc

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P hÛ QuËc Æãp nh†t buÊi hoµng h´n, khi toµn bÈ kh´ng

gian ch◊m trong sæc Æ· r˘c rÏ, r∏ng næng muÈn l†p l∏nh trn

nh˜ng con s„ng, Æ„ cÚng lµ lÛc l˝ t≠Îng Æ” nªm dµi th≠ th∂ trong

c®n Villa Beach Front with Pool tπi Novotel Phu Quoc Resort,

th≠Îng th¯c BBQ tπi s©n hin, ng©m m◊nh trong h b¨i ring t≠ vµ

ngæm nh◊n ra Æπi d≠¨ng xanh thºm.

Trn nh˜ng thµnh phË bi”n cÒa Hy Lπp, ng≠Íi ta th≠Íng rÒ nhau

"Volta" - t∂n bÈ, dπo ch¨i vµ th≠ gi∑n vµo nh˜ng lÛc hoµng h´n.

Novotel Phu Quoc Resort cÚng Æem Æ’n cho bπn mÈt tr∂i nghi÷m

"Volta" bn vÌi hµng loπt c∏c tr ch¨i thÛ v nh≠ ch¨i b„ng chuy“n,

chÃo thuy“n kayak,...

Nh˜ng bÈ trang phÙc tho∂i m∏i, nhã nhµng t˘a nh≠ mÈt b¯c tranh

Æ«u hà sËng ÆÈng, t≠¨i m∏t vÌi nh˜ng h‰a ti’t ƨn gi∂n, gam

mµu pastel træng, xanh, hÂng... mang Æ’n nguÂn c∂m h¯ng min

man v“ nh˜ng chuy’n du hµnh b†t tÀn.

SUMMER IS ALWAYS a perfect time to take the Sabbath

Stroll', which distinctly means to meander around seaside towns as

the sun sets on the horizon. As all the rays come together just right,

a gorgeous sunset is born, you can sit there at The Beach Front

with Pool Villa of Novotel Phu Quoc Resort, stare at the whole sky

made of golden orange, cardinal red mixed burgundy purple, and

sunbathe in a glamorous villa featuring private swimming pools

and barbecues.

Greek people said "Volta" when they leisurely promenade around,

especially in the summer evening. Novotel Phu Quoc Resort offers

you moments of "volta", when all you and friends have to do is

having fun on the beach, biking around the garden, kayaking on

the turquoise ocean, and so on.

What else would be better than nice cocktails, gourmet coffees

and tropical fruit drinks at a sleek, cozy Lounge Bar at Novotel Phu

Quoc Resort, lazing around in the sun-soaked terrace filled of the

island sun. Put on a nice and comfortable shirt, and relieve your

youth and your freedom when being in this heaven of island!

LOCATION: Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

PHOTOGRAPHER: K˙ Anh Tr«n - MODEL: HÂ V‹nh Khoa

STYLIST: Tr«n Hoµi Trang - MUA: Ruan ß∆ng

LIGHTING ASISSTANT: ß∆ng T†n Ph∏t

FASHION: Kenzo, Pedro, Brooks Brothers, Bentley Eyewear, Barton Perreira

CREATIVE PRODUCER: Phan C∏c TrÛc

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LOCATION: Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

PHOTOGRAPHER: K˙ Anh Tr«n - MODEL: HÂ V‹nh Khoa

STYLIST: Tr«n Hoµi Trang - MUA: Ruan ß∆ng - LIGHTING ASISSTANT: ß∆ng T†n Ph∏t

FASHION: Kenzo, Pedro, Brooks Brothers, Bentley Eyewear, Barton Perreira

CREATIVE PRODUCER: Phan C∏c TrÛc

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Text: Cac Truc Photo: Many Photographers

Ba hn Æ∂o "quen mµ

lπ" d≠Ìi Æ©y sœ mang

Æ’n cho bπn nh˜ng

c∂m xÛc mÌi mŒ vµ th≠

gi∑n trong chuy’n du

ngoπn th’ giÌi vµo k˙

nghÿ L‘ sæp tÌi.

©Markolf Zimmer

NH~NG

HíN ßÅO

TH@ Vë

CHO K∞

NGHé LŸ

30/4

The three islands

which are popular

yet strange will bring

you unforgettable

new experiences this

national holiday

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... "BÅN GˇC CûA THI£N ßòNG"

Kh´ng ph∂i ng…u nhin mµ Æπi v®n hµo Mark

Twain nhÀn Æfinh rªng: "Mauritius c„ tr≠Ìc, rÂi

mÌi Æ’n thin Æ≠Íng, thin Æ≠Íng chÿ lµ b∂n sao

cÒa Mauritus", khi ´ng c„ dfip ghä th®m n¨i Æ©y.

Hfln Æ∂o nhi÷t ÆÌi ph›a ß´ng Nam bÍ bi”n Ch©u

Phi, n¨i c≠Ìp bi”n nh®m nhe tr≠Ìc Æ©y, giÍ Æ∑

thµnh mÈt trong nh˜ng Æi”m Æ’n du lfich h†p d…n

nh†t mÔa hà nµy.

Ng≠Íi Ph∏p, ƒn ßÈ, Creole vµ Trung QuËc hi÷n

cÔng nhau sinh sËng vµ ph∏t tri”n n¨i Æ©y. Hfln Æ∂o

kh´ng chÿ nÊi ti’ng vÌi s˘ hi’u kh∏ch cÒa ng≠Íi d©n

b∂n Æfia mµ cfln n›u ch©n du kh∏ch bÎi thin nhin

nguyn s¨ quy’n rÚ. Nh˜ng bÍ c∏t mfin tr∂i dµi, lµn

n≠Ìc trong xanh cÔng nh˜ng b„ng c©y hoa lˆa r˘c

Æ· Æang chÍ ÆÓi bπn. N’u bÍ Æ´ng hfln Æ∂o nÊi ti’ng

vÌi nh˜ng b∑i bi”n c∏t træng th◊ bÍ t©y m Æ“m h¨n,

lµ n¨i c∏c gia Æ◊nh th≠Íng th≠ gi∑n suËt k˙ nghÿ hÃ.

ß’n Æ©y, Æıng qun ghä th®m v≠Ín th˘c vÀt vÌi

hµng ngµn loµi c©y kh∏c nhau tı phi lao, hπnh nh©n

†n ßÈ Æ’n tulip ch©u Phi, hoa ban, hay ph≠Óng t›m.

Ngæm nh◊n nh˜ng loµi chim qu˝, dπo bÈ cÔng s≠

tˆ, b¨i l∆n cÔng nh˜ng chÛ c∏ heo... lµ nh˜ng tr∂i

nghi÷m kh„ qun. Vµ r†t c„ th” bπn cfln c„ c¨ hÈi

"chπm m∆t" nh˜ng loµi ÆÈng vÀt ÆÈc Æ∏o kh∏c tı

Ch©u Phi tπi C´ng vin sinh th∏i Casela.

Mauritius cÚng lµ Æi”m hãn l˝ t≠Îng Æ” tr∂i nghi÷m

nh˜ng m´n th” thao d≠Ìi n≠Ìc, th≠ gi∑n tπi c∏c

spa ƺng c†p th’ giÌi, nh˜ng s©n golf th≠Óng ƺng

vµ th≠Îng th¯c »m th˘c tuy÷t vÍi vÌi m¯c chi ph›

hÓp l˝. Tπi Æ©y, bπn c„ th” tr∂i nghi÷m m‰i th¯, tı

nh˜ng ng´i nhµ Ph∏p thuÈc, nh˜ng c´ng vin gi∂

t≠Îng, tÌi nh˜ng lËi Æi t˘ nhin, xe m∏y Æfia h◊nh,

zipline, hay c≠Ïi ng˘a.

Hi÷n nay, H∑ng hµng kh´ng Air Mauritius Æ∑ k› k’t

th·a thuÀn vÌi nhi“u ÆËi t∏c tπi 18 thµnh phË trn

khæp th’ giÌi, trong Æ„ c„ TP. HÂ Ch› Minh (Vi÷t

Nam). V◊ th’, du kh∏ch c„ th” d‘ dµng bay Æ’n hfln

Æ∂o xinh Æãp nµy. Ngoµi ra, bπn cÚng c„ th” bay cac

chuy’n bay tı Singapore tÌi c∏c n≠Ìc ch©u Phi hay

T©y Nam ƒn ßÈ D≠¨ng. C∏c chuy’n bay nµy c„ th”

qu∏ c∂nh mÈt Æm Î Mautirius.

"Made First And Then Heaven"

Visiting Mauritius in 1896, Mark Twain left a

beautiful saying on this island "Mauritius was made

first and then heaven; and heaven was copied after

Mauritius." This tropical island, once a haunt for

pirates, is now one of the hottest destination for

your summer holiday in 2017 with flawless white

powdery sands and turquoise waters, marked with

scarlet flame trees and emerald sugar plantations.

Located South-East of the African coast, and home

to French, Indian, Creole, and Chinese, Mauritius is

renowned for its hospitality and glamorous nature

with botanical gardens which feature over 10,000

different plant species such as coastal casuarina trees

(called filaos), the Indian almond tree (badamier),

ficus (multipliant), flametree (flamboyant), African

tulip, bauhinia and jacaranda along with many

more. The east coast is most renowned for its white

powdery sand beaches, while the west coast is favored

by families for its flat, calm beaches.

You can come here to watch rare birds, walk with

lions or swim with dolphins, encounter imported

African animals at Casela, the island's premier ecoadventure

park, and finally, enjoy the surprisingly

affordable luxury with plentiful watersports, world

class spas, top-flight golf courses and gourmet

cuisine. Mauritius offers its all, from French

colonial houses and imaginative animal parks to

nature walks, quad biking, zip-lining and horse

riding.

Air Mauritius has concluded a number of

agreements with partner airlines that initially

enable it to offer two-way connections to 18 cities in

countries, including Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).

The Africa/southwest Indian Ocean to Singapore

route and vice versa, with connections to Singapore

from Mauritius, is another option as well. The

reverse route operating from Singapore towards

Africa may, in certain instances, include a one-night

stopover in Mauritius.


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KHÉM PHÉ DI SÅN VÄ ¬M TH#C

Penang, n¨i Æ≠Óc v› nh≠ "Hfln ng‰c Vi‘n ß´ng",

lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng Æi”m Æ’n du lfich c„ lfich sˆ

l©u ÆÍi vµ nÊi ti’ng nh†t Malaysia. Bæt nguÂn tı

Pinang, ngh‹a lµ lµ "c©y tr«u" trong ti’ng Malaysia,

Penang c„ tn gËc lµ Pulau Ka-satu - "hfln Æ∂o Æ«u

tin". Ngµy 12/8/1786 nh©n k˚ ni÷m ngµy sinh

cÒa hoµng tˆ Wales, ng≠Íi sau Æ„ trÎ thµnh vua

Geoger IV, hfln Æ∂o Æ≠Óc ÆÊi tn thµnh Prince of

Wales Island (ß∂o Hoµng tˆ Wales). Nn nhÌ,

Malaysia tıng lµ thuÈc Æfia cÒa Anh.

CÔng vÌi Melaka vµ Singapore, Penang thuÈc khu

v˘c Straits Settlements, chi phËi th≠¨ng mπi Æ≠Íng

bi”n gi˜a ƒn ßÈ vµ ph«n cfln lπi cÒa Ch©u É. Hfln

Æ∂o nªm Î vfi tr› chi’n l≠Óc Æ≠Óc c∏c th≠¨ng l∏i vµ

c∂ c≠Ìp bi”n "Æ” mæt tÌi". ßi“u nµy ph«n nµo l˝ gi∂i

s≠ Æa dπng v®n h„a n¨i Æ©y. N¨i giao thoa v®n h„a

vµ thÒ phÒ »m th˘c nµy sœ chi“u lflng m‰i t›n ÆÂ

»m th˘c vÌi nh˜ng Æfia chÿ nÊi ti’ng nh≠ Macalister

Road, Little India, vµ Gurney Drive.

ThÒ phÒ cÒa Penang - George Town - Æ≠Óc Æ∆t

theo tn vua George III - v≠¨ng quËc Anh. Thfi

tr†n nh· nµy Æ∑ Æ≠Óc UNESCO c´ng nhÀn lµ di

s∂n v®n h„a th’ giÌi. Du kh∏ch c„ th” ghä th®m

nh˜ng ng´i lµng kampong nh· r∂i r∏c ph›a Nam

vµ T©y Nam hfln Æ∂o, ghä th®m v≠Ín Penang

Butterfly hay x≠Îng s∂n xu†t v∂i batik vÌi nh˜ng

t∏c ph»m batik tuy÷t Æãp. B∑i bi”n "bfi b· hoang"

Teluk Duyung (Bi”n khÿ) vµ Pantai Kerachut vÌi

h n≠Ìc xinh Æãp, n¨i ÆŒ tr¯ng cÒa rÔa bi”n, cÚng

lµ nh˜ng Æi”m Æ’n kh∏ thÛ vfi.

Food and Heritage Exploration

Penang, also known as the pearl of the orient, is one

of the most touristic locations of Malaysia owing to its

long and illustrious history. The name Penang comes

from the Malay word Pinang, meaning the betel nut

tree. The original name of Penang was Pulau Ka-satu

or "First Island", but on August 12, 1786 it was it

renamed to Prince of Wales Island to commemorate

the birthday of the Prince of Wales, who later became

King George IV.

Alongside Melaka and Singapore, Penang was one

of the Straits Settlements. The Island dominated the

sea trade between India and the rest of Asia, and

played an important role for merchants and pirates

in the distant past. This partly explains Penang's

beautiful cultural diversity nowadays. This island is

especially known as a great melting pot of cultures

and the food capital of Malaysia - from Penang laksa

easily found off Macalister Road to banana leaf in

Little India to seafood on Gurney Drive. You have it

all here in the island!

Georgetown, named after King George III of Great

Britain, is the vibrant capital of Penang and a UNESCO

World Heritage Site. The north side of the island is

more developed while the south and southwest still

have a lot of old fashioned kampungs and other small

authentic villages. Coming to Penang, you can visit the

Penang Butterfly Garden or a batik factory where nice

batik art is on display and sold. Teluk Duyung (monkey

beach) an "abandoned" beach and Pantai Kerachut,

with a beautiful lake and breeding habitat for turtles

can also be found here.

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CHˇN N•NG NÉU HÑNG SANG

Nªm Î trung t©m Nam Th∏i B◊nh D≠¨ng, Fiji Æ≠Óc

thin nhin ≠u ∏i vÌi nh˜ng hfln Æ∂o rÓp b„ng dıa

cÔng nh˜ng c∂nh sæc thin nhin tuy÷t vÍi. Hfln Æ∂o

nÊi ti’ng vÌi nh˜ng tr∂i nghi÷m nghÿ d≠Ïng ring t≠

vµ sang tr‰ng. Nªm gi˜a qu«n Æ∂o Fiji, Tiny Tavarua

Island h◊nh tr∏i tim lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng Æfia Æi”m l∑ng

mπn nh†t Æ” "thæp lˆa" cho t◊nh yu Æ´i l¯a.

ßıng b· lÏ c¨ hÈi th®m ß∂o C∏ Heo vµ tr∂i nghi÷m

chËn thin Æ≠Íng hπ giÌi cÒa ring m◊nh. Bπn sœ Æ≠Óc

tho∂i m∏i nh≠ Î nhµ mµ kh´ng bfi b†t c¯ du kh∏ch nµo

kh∏c lµm phi“n. N’u ≠a l∑ng mπn vµ th›ch s˘ sang

tr‰ng mÈc mπc, Maangi - hfln Æ∂o h◊nh m„ng ng˘a

vÌi nh˜ng khu rıng nhi÷t ÆÌi vµ b∑i bi”n c∏t træng - lµ

l˘a ch‰n hoµn toµn l˝ t≠Îng. Lµ mÈt trong ba Æ∂o nÛi

lˆa nh· ph›a Æ´ng Taveuni, Matangi mÌi Æ≠Óc Æ«u t≠

ph∏t tri”n thµnh mÈt thin Æ≠Íng b› mÀt.

Yasawan, "thin Æ≠Íng" trong ti’ng Fiji, »n m◊nh

d≠Ìi nh˜ng t∏n l∏ rıng m≠Ìt xanh. ß©y lµ n¨i kh´ng

th” l∑ng mπn h¨n Æ” bπn cÔng ng≠Íi yu tÀn h≠Îng

nh˜ng kho∂nh khæc ring t≠ nh†t, Ææm m◊nh d≠Ìi lµn

n≠Ìc xanh trong hay ngæm nh◊n nh˜ng r∆ng san h´

sæc mµu. Trong khi Æ„, Drawaga hay Barefoot Manta

sœ mang Æ’n cho bπn c¨ hÈi ngæm nh˜ng con c∏ ÆuËi

Æãp nh†t.


The Super Luxury Private Escape

Located in the heart of the South Pacific, Fiji, blessed

with tropical palm-fringed islands and spectacular

scenery below the waves, offers you the most private

luxury escape. Among Fiji's archipelago of islands,

there's Tiny Tavarua Island in the shape of a heart,

which is one of the most perfectly romantic places in

which to tie the knot or rekindle the flame for couples.

Some of its most private and pristine islands that

promise paradise on earth also includes Dolphin

Island. Down the Suncoast side of the main island, this

all-inclusive escape literally becomes your home away

from home, because bookings here are on an exclusiveuse

basis, which means you're the only guests of the

island. Those who are after rustic luxury and ultraexclusive

romance can come to Matangi - a horseshoeshaped

island with untouched tropical rainforests and

white sand beaches. One of three tiny volcanic islands

east of the Taveuni Island, Matangi was off-limits until

recently when private owners transformed it into a

secret paradise. For the ultimate secret love nest, Fiji

has another magnificent private island: Yasawa, which

means "heaven" in Fijian, surrounded by lush tropical

foliage, transparent turquoise waters, and teeming

coral reefs. Drawaqa Island, or Barefoot Manta Island,

also brings you to the best manta ray safaris.



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Bµi: Phan C∏c TrÛc Ånh: Nhi“u nguÂn

DëCH V| Y T⁄ TÑI

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Xu†t ngoπi du lch,

nghÿ d≠Ïng k’t hÓp

ch®m s„c s¯c kh·e,

Æi“u tr Æang ngµy

cµng phÊ bi’n. Du

lch y t’ hi÷n lµ cÙm

tı Æ∏ng chÛ ˝ nh†t,

Æ∆c bi÷t lµ Î c∏c

n≠Ìc ch©u É n¨i c„

c´ng ngh÷ y t’ hi÷n

Æπi, ÆÈi ngÚ b∏c s‹

Æi“u tr lµ c∏c chuyn

gia uy t›n, nh≠ Th∏i

Lan, Singapore,

Hµn QuËc, ƒn ßÈ,

Malaysia...

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Ngµnh y t’ Bangkok, Th∏i

Lan Æ≠Óc tÊ ch¯c World

Health Organization x’p

hπng trong nh„m 50 quËc

gia c„ n“n y t’ tËt nh†t th’

giÌi n®m 2016, vµ tπo lÀp Æ≠Óc uy t›n tËt tπi

khu v˘c nhÍ vµo ch†t l≠Óng cao, chi ph› rŒ,

th†p h¨n mÈt nˆa so vÌi Î Singapore, nh†t

lµ dfich vÙ kh∏ch hµng †n t≠Óng.

CH°M SïC S`C KHìE VÄ TRë LIåU

KHI ßI DU LëCH

Du lfich y t’, kh´ng chÿ ƨn thu«n lµ du

lfich vµ kh∏m ch˜a b÷nh, mµ cfln bao gÂm

ch®m s„c th” h◊nh, sæc Æãp, spa, th≠ gi∑n,

c©n bªng vµ hÂi phÙc s¯c kh·e. D‹ nhin,

vÌi ph«n Æ´ng, du kh∏ch du lfich Æ’n n≠Ìc

ngoµi Æ“u th›ch Æ’n nh˜ng trung t©m spa

vµ th»m m¸ Æ” ch®m s„c da m∆t vµ massage

sau mÈt ngµy dµi di chuy”n nhi“u. Massage

Th∏i lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng Æi”m thu hÛt Æ∆c

bi÷t cho kh∏ch du lfich, Æ»y mπnh du lfich y

t’ trong c∂ n≠Ìc. Massage lµ c∏ch tËt Æ” gi∂i

t·a c®ng thºng t©m l˝, lµm gi∂m s˘ c®ng

c¯ng sinh l˝, c∂i thi÷n l≠u th´ng m∏u. C∏c

chuy”n ÆÈng, rung ÆÈng vµ ∏p l˘c vıa ph∂i

Æem lπi nhi“u lÓi ›ch cho c¨ bæp, d©y chªng,

g©n, khÌp vµ mπch bπch huy’t, v◊ vÀy cfln

Æ≠Óc g‰i lµ massage trfi li÷u.

DII - Divana lµ mÈt Æfia Æi”m bπn c„ th” ghä

th®m n’u muËn tr∂i nghi÷m c∏c bµi massage

trfi li÷u Æ∆c tr≠ng cÒa Th∏i, n¨i Æ©y sˆ dÙng kh›

oxy Airnergy De-Stress Æem lπi s˘ th≠ gi∑n,

hay lÙa vµng Th∏i Æ” d≠Ïng da bªng amino

axit vµ vitamin gi∂i ph„ng tı nh˜ng kän tªm.


N’u muËn k’t hÓp hµnh tr◊nh

vÌi nhu c«u lµm Æãp vµ gi∂i ph…u

th»m m¸, Dermaster lµ mÈt trong

nh˜ng trung t©m lÌn nh†t Th∏i

Lan Æem Æ’n c∏c trfi li÷u Æ∆c tr≠ng

nh≠ trfi h„i, gi∂m mÏ, phÙc hÂi

vµ c†y ghäp t„c, hay li÷u ph∏p

t’ bµo gËc ch®m s„c bi”u b◊ da.

Dermaster bao gÂm 5 trung t©m:

trung t©m ph…u thuÀt th»m m¸,

trung t©m phÙc hÂi c†y ghäp t„c,

trung t©m th»m m¸ vµ ch®m s„c

da bªng laser, trung t©m li÷u ph∏p

t’ bµo, chËng l∑o h„a vµ gi∂m bäo.

Tr≠Ìc khi ti’n hµnh b†t c¯ li÷u

tr◊nh Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ ring cho bπn,

bπn sœ tr∂i qua c∏c b≠Ìc ki”m tra

nh≠ xät nghi÷m m∏u, xät nghi÷m

hoocmon, Æ∏nh gi∏ lËi sËng, th„i

quen ®n uËng,... Æ” t◊m ra nguyn

nh©n vµ gi∂i ph∏p phÔ hÓp.

KHÉM VÄ CH~A BåNH TÑI

BANGKOK

Lµ n¨i Æ«u tin tπi Ch©u É giµnh

ch¯ng chÿ JCI (Joint Commission

International) ch¯ng nhÀn c∏c

b÷nh vi÷n Æπt tiu chu»n nghim

ng∆t cÒa Hoa K˙ v“ ch†t l≠Óng dfich

vÙ vµ t›nh an toµn, thÒ Æ´ Bangkok

nhanh ch„ng trÎ thµnh trung t©m

y t’ cÒa Ch©u É vÌi hµng tri÷u l≠Ót

kh∏ch du lfich y t’ mÁi n®m. N®m

2015, Th∏i Lan c„ 32 b÷nh vi÷n t≠

nh©n Æ≠Óc Òy ban lin hÓp quËc t’

- JCI c´ng nhÀn.

Kh´ng ph∂i lµ Ɔt n≠Ìc nÊi bÀt

nh†t v“ c´ng ngh÷ tin ti’n, s˘

ph∏t tri”n v≠Ót trÈi cÒa ngµnh du

lfich y t’ Î Bangkok, Th∏i Lan c„

th” n„i g‰n trong hai tı: Hospitals

& Hospitality - ch†t l≠Óng y t’ vµ

ch†t l≠Óng dfich vÙ kh∏ch hµng.

ßi“u bπn c„ th” th†y ngay khi Æ’n

vÌi du lfich vÌi Ɔt n≠Ìc nµy lµ dfich

vÙ ch®m s„c kh∏ch hµng c˘c k˙

chu Æ∏o cÒa ng≠Íi Th∏i. Bπn sœ

Æ≠Óc nh©n vin b÷nh vi÷n ti’p Æ„n

ngay tπi s©n bay, giÛp tr∂i qua c∏c

thÒ tÙc h∂i quan, l†y hµnh l˝, Æ≠a

Æ„n... ThÀm ch› tπi mÈt sË n¨i cfln

c„ dfich vÙ hÁ trÓ gia hπn thfi th˘c

ngay tπi b÷nh vi÷n, hÁ trÓ nhu c«u

käo dµi thÍi gian Î Bangkok.

MÈt lÓi ›ch c„ th” th†y ngay ch›nh

lµ thÍi gian chÍ ÆÓi th˘c hi÷n c∏c

ph…u thuÀt. V› dÙ, thÍi gian chÍ

ÆÓi Æ” kh∏m s¯c kh·e tÊng qu∏t

tπi M¸ c„ th” ln Æ’n hµng th∏ng,

hay thay th’ khÌp h∏ng Î Ch©u ¢u

c„ th” ln Æ’n mÈt n®m ho∆c l©u

h¨n. Trong khi Æ„, n’u b÷nh nh©n

bay Æ’n Th∏i Lan th◊ c∏c thÒ thuÀt

nµy sœ Æ≠Óc th˘c hi÷n g«n nh≠ lÀp

t¯c. Kh´ng chÿ th’, du lfich y t’ r†t

c«n thi’t ÆËi vÌi nh˜ng ng≠Íi Æ’n

tı c∏c Ɔt n≠Ìc c„ n“n y t’ Ææt Æ·,

kh„ c„ kh∂ n®ng chi tr∂. VÌi chi

ph› th†p h¨n, ch†t l≠Óng Æi“u trfi

quËc t’, thÍi gian Æi“u trfi nhanh

ch„ng, ngµnh c´ng nghi÷p nµy

ph∏t tri”n vÌi tËc ÆÈ ch„ng m∆t Î

c∏c n≠Ìc Æang ph∏t tri”n.

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C∏c b÷nh vi÷n nÊi ti’ng Î

Bangkok nh≠ Bumrungrad

vµ Phyathai 2 Æ“u c„ ch¯ng

nhÀn quËc t’, lµ n¨i bπn

c„ th” sˆ dÙng nhi“u dfich

vÙ y t’ tËt vÌi gi∏ c∂ hÓp l˝,

thÍi gian chÍ ÆÓi tËi thi”u

vµ nh˜ng ch®m s„c hÀu

k˙ Æ∆c bi÷t. VÌi h¨n 4.800

nh©n vin, B÷nh vi÷n QuËc

t’ Bumrungrad lµ mÈt trong

nh˜ng b÷nh vi÷n nÊi ti’ng

nh†t cÒa Th∏i Lan, hoπt

ÆÈng theo m´ h◊nh b÷nh

vin kh∏ch sπn. Du kh∏ch c„

th” d‘ dµng Æ®ng k˝ kh∏m

ch˜a b÷nh vÌi h¨n 22 ng´n

ng˜, bao gÂm c∂ ti’ng Vi÷t

(dfich vÙ phin dfich vin

mi‘n ph›). Bumrungrad

cung c†p c∏c loπi phflng Î

Æa dπng cho b÷nh nh©n nÈi

trÛ tı phflng gi∏ ph∂i ch®ng

vÌi 4 gi≠Íng nªm Æ’n phflng

cao c†p Royal Suite, Æ≠Óc

thi’t k’ d˘a trn tiu ch›

mang lπi s˘ ti÷n nghi tho∂i

m∏i vµ c∂m gi∏c an toµn cho

b÷nh nh©n. ßi”m nh†n cÒa

Bumrungrad kh´ng chÿ Î s˘

tin ti’n trong c´ng ngh÷,

mµ cfln Î dfich vÙ y t’ mÈt

c∏ch tr˘c ti’p, lµm cho ng≠Íi

b÷nh c∂m th†y Æ≠Óc ch®m

s„c Æ∆c bi÷t.

Bangkok cfln

lµ Æi”m Æ’n

cÒa nh˜ng ai

t◊m ki’m ch†t

l≠Óng vµ tÿ l÷

thµnh c´ng trong ch˜a trfi

hi’m muÈn vµ thÙ tinh Ëng

nghi÷m. B÷nh vi÷n QuËc

t’ Phyathai 2 nÊi ti’ng vÌi

Trung t©m hÁ trÓ Sinh s∂n

(Assisted Reproductive

Center). C∏c b∏c s‹ sœ x∏c

Æfinh nguyn nh©n v´ sinh,

Æ” Æ≠a ra ph≠¨ng ph∏p Æi“u

trfi phÔ hÓp nh≠ thÙ tinh

trong Ëng nghi÷m (IVF),

tim tinh trÔng vµo bµo

t≠¨ng ¯ng (ICSI), ki”m tra

sµng l‰c di truy“n: PGS vµ

Blastocyst. C´ng ngh÷ †n

t≠Óng nh†t tπi Æ©y lµ tim

tinh trÔng tr˘c ti’p vµo t’

bµo tr¯ng nhªm t®ng tÿ l÷

thÙ tinh thµnh c´ng. T≠¨ng

¯ng dÔng cho c∏c tr≠Íng

hÓp l≠Óng tinh trÔng ›t, h◊nh

th∏i h‰c ho∆c kh∂ n®ng di

chuy”n cÒa tinh trÔng käm.

KH§NG CHé LÄ ßIÕM ß⁄N S§I

ßóNG, NGÄY NAY, BANGKOK

CíN LÄ ßëA CHé MÄ DU

KHÉCH ßÉNG LU T¢M N⁄U

Cï NHU C¡U DU LëCH K⁄T

HúP CH~A BåNH.

Du lfich y t’ ch®m s„c s¯c

kh·e, d‹ nhin ni“m vui cuËi

cÔng lµ c„ Æ≠Óc mÈt chuy’n

Æi vui vŒ, tho∂i m∏i. MÈt y’u

tË quan tr‰ng cÒa du lfich y t’

lµ thÍi gian th≠ gi∑n sau khi

th˘c hi÷n thÒ thuÀt y khoa.

Kh´ng chÿ lµ Æi”m Æ’n s´i

ÆÈng, ngµy nay, Bangkok cfln

lµ Æfia chÿ mµ du kh∏ch Æ∏ng

l≠u t©m n’u c„ nhu c«u du

lfich k’t hÓp ch˜a b÷nh.

Danh mÙc c∏c b÷nh

vi÷n quËc t’ vµ

trung t©m ch®m

s„c s¯c kh·e hµng

Æ«u tπi Bangkok:

VIåN TH¬M M≤ VÄ

CH°M SïC S`C

KHìE DERMASTER

ñ 342 Ekkamai Road

Klongton Nua,

Wattana, Bangkok,

10110

ñ Tel: +66 2 714 4471

ñ Website: www.

dermaster-thailand.com

DII-Divana

ñ Central Embassy

Shop L4-02, 4 th floor

1031 Ploenchit Rd.,

Lumpini, Pathumwan,

Bangkok, 10330

ñ Tel : +66 2 160

5850-1

ñ Website: www.diidivana.com

BåNH VIåN QUˇC

T⁄ BUMRUNGRAD

ñ 33 Sukhumvit Soi

3 Khlong Toei Nuea,

Wattana Bangkok

10110

ñ Tel: +66 2 667 1000

ñ Website: www.

bumrungrad.com

BåNH VIåN QUˇC

T⁄ PHYATHAI 2

ñ 943 Phaholyothin

Road, Samsennai,

Phyathai, Bangkok

10400

ñ Tel: +66 2 617 2444

ñ Hotline: +66 2 619

8444

ñ Website: www.

phyathai2international.

com


travel

A growing number

of travelers

are crossing

international

borders, seeking

for attaining

medical services.

Widespread air

travel, mounting

healthcare costs

and long waiting

lists in developed

countries have all

leading to a global

explosion of medical

tourism. And Asia,

especially Thailand,

Singapore, Korea,

India, Malaysia.. is

ahead in terms of

world market share.

T e x t : P h a n C a c T r u c

P h o t o s : m a n y s o u r c e s

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Leading international hospitals and institutions in

Bangkok:

Dermaster Wellness & Aesthetic Institution

ñ 342 Ekkamai Road Klongton Nua, Wattana,

Bangkok, 10110

ñ Tel: +66 2 714 4471

ñ Web: www.dermaster-thailand.com

Dii-divana

ñ Central Embassy Shop L4-02, 4th floor

ñ 1031 Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan,

Bangkok, 10330

ñ Tel : +66 2 160 5850-1

ñ Web: www.dii-divana.com

Bumrungrad International Hospital

ñ 33 Sukhumvit Soi 3 Khlong Toei Nuea,

Wattana Bangkok 10110

ñ Tel: +66 2 667 1000

ñ Web: www.bumrungrad.com

Phyathai 2 International Hospital

ñ 943 Phaholyothin Road, Samsennai, Phyathai,

Bangkok 10400

ñ Tel: +66 2 617 2444

ñ Web: www.phyathai2international.com

Ranked one of the best 50

countries with best health

care system by World Health

Organization in 2016, Bangkok is

leading the pack with top quality

of their hospitals and hospitality.

Wellness

and Medical Spa

Medical tourism is more than just

health checks and illness treatment

in hospitals, it also includes

wellness, dermatology, medical spa

for health and beauty restoration,

skin institutes for relaxation,

dental work, and cosmetic surgery.

Given strong reputation for very

reasonable prices and attentive

services, it is easy to understand

why Bangkok has quickly become

the graceful hub of Asia in term of

medical tourism.

Thai massage is one of the most

attractive features of Thai medical

tourism. As always, tourists love

visiting a spa or wellness institute

to get facial treatments or massages

after a long traveling day. Thai

massage, known as Nuad Bo Rarn,

translated as "ancient massage",

is a unique style of bodywork

combining acupressure, massage

and yoga to create a holistic

massage experience. It not only

performs physical exercise but also

involves emotional and mental

meditation.

Traditional Thai massage can

prevent from illness, relieves

pain, increase the blood flow,

strengthen body immune

system work. Not many people

would miss a Thai massage

while in this popular tropical

destination. DII - Divana would be

a recommendation for a holistic

combination of wellness, and spa

with signature Thai massages,

using Oxygen treatment (Airnergy

De-Stress) to rid the body of

accumulated stress and fatigue, or

Thai golden silk to nourish skin

through amino acids and vitamins

from the cocoons of silk worms

If you might want to search for a

more serious form of treatment

such as plastic surgery, body

slimming, hair restoration &

transplantation procedures, or

stem cell therapy then Dermaster

should be at the top of your list

with 5 private beauty centers

including a Plastic Surgery

center, a Hair Restoration &

Transplantation center, a Skin

Laser & Aesthetic center, and a

center for Cell Therapy, Antiaging,

and Body Slimming. Before

processing any treatment which

has been completely personalized

for you, you will go through

careful exams such as blood tests,

health checks, hormone checks,

evaluations for daily living style,

eating habit and so on.

Health Care in Bangkok

Being the first place in Asia to

have hospitals achieving Joint

Commission International (JCI)

accreditation, certifying that

their hospitals meet the same

rigorous standards of quality and

safety as required in the United

States of America, Bangkok has

now become the medical hub

of Asia with millions of medical

tourists who annually travel to

Thailand for treatments. What

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makes Bangkok so successful in

the industry? Thailand's rocketing

development in medial tourism

can be summed in two words:

Hospitals and Hospitality.

In addition to having a highly

advanced healthcare system,

modern facilities, and an

abundance of doctors with

international medical degrees and

board certifications, hospitals in

Thailand such as Bumrungrad,

Phyathai 2 are very popular to

travelers, especially those from

neighbor Asian countries thanks

to generous hospitality which

offer medical tourists with A-Z

services such as pick-up as soon

as the patient leave the aircraft,

visa document support, online

consultancy, and so on.

Not only an ideal

tropical destination for

summer retreat, Bangkok

is also a promising city

for you to come and

experience your favorite

vacation with dedicated

medical care.

Bumrungrad Hospital, with

over 4,800 employees, and free

services available in more than 22

languages (including Vietnamese),

is not only accredited by the JCI,

and others, is surely the shining

star. At first glance, the hospital

looks like a five-star hotel with

floor-to-ceiling windows, art on

the walls, water gardens, coffee

shops, Mc Donald's, Japanese

restaurants and a bookstore.

Being a very savvy hospitals with

test results updated and delivered

electronically and pictures of each

patient checked at every stage

to avoid foul-ups, Bumrungrad

make the entire experience of

visitors very convenient and

well-secured as they come here

to seek for a complete array of

diagnostic, therapeutic, surgical

and rehabilitation services for

comprehensive treatment and

management of different diseases

wide with minimal waiting times,

rehabilitation and exceptional

after-care.

Phyathai 2 International Hospital

is well-known for their Assisted

Reproductive Center (ART) that

provides evaluation and treatment

of infertility, and pregnancy related

problems. To summarize the

process, the doctors will determine

the cause of infertility, and then

review with the patient(s) the

treatment options available such

as IVF (In Vitro Fertilization),

ICSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm

Injection), Genetic Screening Test:

PGS, and Blastocyst. After that,

pre-implantation genetic screening

is done carefully before the vitro

fertilization procedure begins. The

most impressive technique here is

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection

for the case of insufficient sperms

such as low sperm count and

poor morphology or poor motility.

Instead of waiting for the right

sperm to get inside the eggs, they

can directly inject a single sperm

directly into an egg in order to

fertilize it.

Not only an ideal tropical

destination for summer retreat,

Bangkok is also a promising city

for you to come and experience

your favorite vacation with

dedicated medical care.

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culture Bµi: Trang Ami Ånh: Nhi“u t∏c gi∂

BêCH HñA CûA

NGÄY H§M QUA

Tranh t≠Íng (mural) lµ mÈt trong

nh˜ng ch¯ng nh©n quan tr‰ng cho

cuÈc sËng con ng≠Íi thÍi ti“n sˆ.

Ng≠Íi ta t◊m th†y d†u v’t cÒa loµi

ng≠Íi th´ng qua nh˜ng b¯c vœ t∂ th˘c

v“ Æ“ tµi ÆÈng vÀt tπi nh˜ng hang

ÆÈng h¨n 16.000 n®m tuÊi Î Lascaux,

mi“n t©y nam n≠Ìc Ph∏p.

ThÍi PhÙc H≠ng Î ≥, nh˜ng danh

h‰a bÀc th«y nh≠ Leonardo Da Vinci

vµ Michelangelo Buonarroti cÚng

Æ“u Æ∑ t◊m Æ’n h◊nh th∏i ngh÷ thuÀt

nµy. B¯c b›ch h‰a "B˜a ®n tËi cuËi

cÔng" cÒa Leonardo tπi Nhµ thÍ Santa

Maria delle Grazie c„ th” xem lµ mÈt

trong nh˜ng thµnh t˘u ki÷t xu†t mµ

danh h‰a nµy Æ∑ Æ” lπi cho nh©n loπi.

T≠¨ng truy“n, sau khi chi’m Æ≠Óc

Milano, Æ›ch th©n vua Louis XII Æ∑

Æ’n nhµ thÍ Æ” Æ≠Óc chim ng≠Ïng

b¯c tranh vµ bµy t· ˝ muËn Æ≠Óc gÏ

tranh ra kh·i t≠Íng, mang v“ Ph∏p.

ThÍi gian tr´i, vai trfl cÒa b›ch h‰a

cÚng nhi“u ÆÊi kh∏c. Nh˜ng n®m

1920 sau cuÈc c∏ch mπng Mexico,

nhi“u lÌp ngh÷ s‹ t◊m Æ’n b›ch h‰a

nh≠ mÈt ph≠¨ng th¯c truy“n th´ng,

qua Æ„ truy“n t∂i th´ng Æi÷p x∑ hÈi,

ch›nh trfi Æ’n Æ´ng Æ∂o qu«n chÛng,

trn h’t lµ bµy t· ≠Ìc v‰ng v“ mÈt x∑

hÈi Æoµn k’t, hfla b◊nh.

BêCH HñA KH§NG BI£N GIõI

Tuy kh´ng mang s¯ m÷nh tr‰ng Æπi nh≠ ghi d†u mÈt nin Æπi lfich sˆ hay chuy”n t∂i

th´ng Æi÷p Ɔu tranh, nh≠ng nh˜ng b¯c b›ch h‰a cÒa ng´i lµng ven bi”n Hπ Thanh,

Tam Thanh Î Qu∂ng Nam, phË cÊ George Town trn Æ∂o Penang cÒa Malaysia hay

Æ∂o Florianopolis Î Brasil v…n chi’m tr‰n c∂m t◊nh cÒa du kh∏ch nhÍ th” hi÷n Æ≠Óc

vŒ Æãp dung dfi cÒa ÆÍi sËng Æfia ph≠¨ng Æ≠¨ng Æπi.

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Vµ thÍi Æ≠¨ng Æπi c„ th” xem lµ thÍi

hoµng kim cÒa b›ch h‰a, cho phäp c∏c

ngh÷ s‹ th·a ch› s∏ng tπo trong vi÷c

th” hi÷n t©m t≠ cÒa m◊nh. Nh˜ng t∏c

ph»m tranh t≠Íng mang Æ“ tµi ÆÊi

thay, ku g‰i chËng lπi nπn ph©n bi÷t

chÒng tÈc, cÊ vÚ con ng≠Íi sËng tr∏ch

nhi÷m vÌi m´i tr≠Íng vµ x∑ hÈi. Hay

ƨn gi∂n lµ k” lπi t◊nh yu cÒa ng≠Íi

h‰a s‹ vÌi mÈt vÔng Ɔt h‰ yu m’n,

tı nh˜ng b¯c t≠Íng men Æ≠Íng tµu

vµo trung t©m thµnh phË, trn th©n

nh˜ng c©y c«u v≠Ót, ´m tr‰n nh˜ng

bÍ t≠Íng x› nghi÷p, qu∂ng tr≠Íng,

nhµ ga, phË thfi...

Bn cπnh graffiti, tranh kh∂m, ∏p

ph›ch qu∂ng c∏o, khu´n trÊ, c´ng

tr◊nh sæp Æ∆t..., b›ch h‰a g„p ph«n tπo

nn mÈt b¯c tranh hoµn chÿnh cÒa

phong trµo ngh÷ thuÀt Æ≠Íng phË

(Street Art), khi’n ÆÍi sËng tinh th«n

cÒa con ng≠Íi thm mu´n mµu thi vfi.

Vµ b›ch h‰a Æ∑ kh´ng cfln lµ mÈt Æ∆c

©n cho ng≠Íi d©n Æ´ thfi.

T\ FLORIANOPOLIS ß⁄N TAM THANH

D…u kh´ng nÊi ti’ng bªng Sao Paulo hay Rio de Janeiro, Æ∂o

Florianopolis v…n Æ≠Óc xem lµ thµnh phË Æ∏ng sËng cÒa ng≠Íi

Brasil nhÍ nh˜ng c´ng tr◊nh ngh÷ thuÀt gi∏ trfi, th” hi÷n r‚ nät

t›nh c∏ch cÒa c∏c ngh÷ s‹ nÊi ti’ng nh≠ Vejam, Rizo, Valdi Valdi.

ß’n Lagoa, kh´ng gian sÎ h˜u nhi“u b¯c h‰a nh†t trn Æ∂o, bπn sœ

Æ≠Óc Ææm m◊nh trong th’ giÌi r˘c rÏ cÒa nh˜ng nh©n vÀt hoπt h‰a.

Bn cπnh nh˜ng b¯c t≠Íng, c∏c ngh÷ s‹ cfln "Æi”m ph†n t´ son" c∂

nh˜ng chi’c thÔng r∏c, c«u v≠Ót, m∆t ti“n cˆa hµng, xe b∏n th¯c ®n

di ÆÈng.

ô bn nµy Th∏i B◊nh D≠¨ng, phË cÊ George Town, Penang,

Malaysia lµ Æi”m hãn cÒa nh˜ng t›n Æ b›ch h‰a Æ≠Íng phË. Khu

phË cÊ Æ≠Óc UNESCO c´ng nhÀn di s∂n nh≠ mÈt b∂o tµng hoπt

h‰a ngoµi trÍi, vÌi nh˜ng b¯c b›ch h‰a Æ≠Óc chia thµnh nhi“u

hπng mÙc s∏ng t∏c ring. BÈ tranh 101 Lost Kittens ra ÆÍi vÌi mÙc

Æ›ch khu†y ÆÈng nhÀn th¯c cÒa cÈng ÆÂng ÆËi vÌi ÆÈng vÀt Æi

lπc, nh˜ng b¯c Graffity 3D mang Æ“ tµi ÆÍi sËng th≠Íng nhÀt c„

˝ ngh‹a vinh danh nh˜ng ng≠Íi con b∂n Æfia. Hay Æ©u Æ„ trong

nh˜ng con hŒm nh·, bπn sœ Ɖc Æ≠Óc th´ng Æi÷p chung tay c¯u l†y

bÈ m´n ngh÷ thuÀt truy“n thËng Malaysia Æang d«n mai mÈt.

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TH§NG TIN TH£M:

Vë TRê:

ñ Lµng b›ch h‰a Tam Thanh Æ≠Óc

ki’n tπo tπi ng´i lµng ven bi”n Hπ

Thanh thuÈc x∑ Tam Thanh, vÔng

ngoπi ´ thµnh phË Tam K˙, Qu∂ng

Nam. C´ng tr◊nh ngh÷ thuÀt ÆÈc

Æ∏o nµy nªm trong khu´n khÊ d˘

∏n trao ÆÊi ngh÷ thuÀt cÈng ÆÂng

vÌi c∏c ngh÷ s‹ Æ’n tı Hµn QuËc.

K” tı 28/6/2016, thÍi Æi”m kh∏nh

thµnh c´ng tr◊nh, Æ’n nay lµng b›ch

h‰a Tam Thanh Æ∑ thµnh Æi”m du

lch thu hÛt nhi“u du kh∏ch trŒ Æ’n

kh∏m ph∏.

HÄNH TRçNH:

ñ Tı Hµ NÈi ho∆c TP. HCM, bπn

bay Æ’n s©n bay Chu Lai. Vµo Tam

K˙, thµnh phË ch›nh cÒa tÿnh Qu∂ng

Nam, bπn ti’p tÙc Æ’n Tam Thanh

bªng xe m∏y ho∆c ´t´. Lµng b›ch

h‰a Tam Thanh c∏ch trung t©m

thµnh phË Tam K˙ kho∂ng 7km v“

h≠Ìng ß´ng.

HOÑT ßóNG:

ñ Ngoµi Æi”m nh†n lµ c´ng tr◊nh

b›ch h‰a, Tam Thanh cn n›u ch©n

du kh∏ch bÎi nh˜ng b∑i bi”n Æãp,

nguyn s¨ cÔng b¯c tranh ÆÍi sËng

vπn chµi. H∂i s∂n Î Æ©y nÊi ti’ng

t≠¨i, ngon.

Nªm trong khu´n khÊ d˘ ∏n trao ÆÊi ngh÷ thuÀt cÈng ÆÂng vÌi

ln mÈt n®m g«n Æ©y nh≠ Æ›ch Æ’n ph∂i ghä cÒa

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Vµ Î Vi÷t Nam cÚng c„ mÈt ng´i lµng b›ch h‰a tuy÷t

vÍi nh≠ George Town hay Florianopolis vÀy. Nªm

trong khu´n khÊ d˘ ∏n trao ÆÊi ngh÷ thuÀt cÈng

ÆÂng vÌi c∏c ngh÷ s‹ Æ’n tı Hµn QuËc, lµng b›ch

h‰a Tam Thanh nÊi ln mÈt n®m g«n Æ©y nh≠ Æ›ch

Æ’n ph∂i ghä cÒa c∏c bπn trŒ trn hµnh tr◊nh v“ mi“n di s∂n.

Trong kh´ng gian hoang s¨ gi˜a mÈt bn lµ bi”n Hµ Thanh mnh

mang c∏t træng, mÈt bn lµ dflng Tr≠Íng Giang bËn b“ ngæt xanh

mµu lÛa, nh˜ng ng´i nhµ c†p 4 ƨn s¨ nh≠ vıa mÌi bıng tÿnh sau

mÈt gi†c ngÒ dµi.

GiÍ Æ©y, tıng ng„c ng∏ch cÒa ng´i lµng chµi ch›nh lµ mÈt t∏c

ph»m ngh÷ thuÀt ring c„. Nh˜ng h◊nh ∂nh dung dfi v“ chfi b∏n

hµng rong vÌi quai g∏nh tr‹u qu∂, c∂nh ng≠Íi ng≠ d©n chu»n bfi

dong thuy“n ra kh¨i bæt c∏. Hay ƨn s¨ nh≠ mÈt chi’c hµng rµo

c„ n≠Ìc s¨n Æi÷p vÌi mµu hoa - qua Æ´i mæt cÒa nh˜ng ng≠Íi bπn

Hµn QuËc - bÁng truy“n c∂m vµ giµu c∂m h¯ng lπ k˙.

BêCH HñA KH§NG BI£N GIõI

B›ch h‰a Æãp vµ cuËn hÛt ch›nh v◊ »n

ch¯a nh˜ng gi∏ trfi giao l≠u v®n h„a.

ßi”n h◊nh nh†t cho vŒ Æãp nµy, ph∂i

k” Æ’n b¯c tranh kh∂m khÊng l c„

tn g‰i Escadaria Selar„n - nh˜ng bÀc

c«u thang nhi“u mµu sæc cÒa Selar„n.

N®m 1990, trÎ v“ sau chuy’n hµnh

tr◊nh Æ’n nhi“u vÔng Ɔt, ngh÷ s‹

ng≠Íi Chile, Jorge Selar„n quy’t

Æfinh c∂i tπo 250 bÀc thang ÆÊ n∏t

g«n nhµ bªng nh˜ng vin gπch

vu´ng lµm tı sµnh, g≠¨ng, gËm.

ßi“u thÛ vfi lµ, cho Æ’n khi tı gi∑

c‚i ÆÍi vµo n®m 2013, Jorge v…n

mi÷t mµi hoµn chÿnh cho b¯c tranh

mosaic cÒa m◊nh bªng nh˜ng m∂nh

sµnh do ch›nh tay du kh∏ch tı m‰i

mi“n th’ giÌi mang t∆ng.

Vµ trong sË nh˜ng b¯c b›ch h‰a Î

ng´i lµng chµi Tam Thanh, g©y †n

t≠Óng nh†t vÌi t´i ch›nh lµ b¯c vœ mÈt

c´ g∏i Æang quay m∆t v“ ph›a bi”n c∂,

∏nh nh◊n k˙ v‰ng nh≠ gˆi gæm th´ng

Æi÷p v“ mÈt t≠¨ng lai rÈng mÎ cho

ch›nh c´, vµ cho lµng m◊nh.

HÃ nµy, muËn t◊m Æi”m Æ’n lπ Æ”

lµm mÌi c∂m xÛc, h∑y ghä lµng b›ch

h‰a Tam Thanh. Bπn sœ th†y cuÈc

sËng thi vfi bi’t d≠Íng nµo khi ng≠Íi

l˜ kh∏ch sœ trÎ thµnh mÈt "h‰a ti’t"

trong b¯c tranh to lÌn n¨i Æ©y.

c∏c ngh÷ s‹ Æ’n tı Hµn QuËc, lµng b›ch h‰a Tam Thanh nÊi

c∏c bπn trŒ trn hµnh tr◊nh v“ mi“n di s∂n.

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Text: Trang Ami Photo; Many Photographers

Although they do not bear a

great mission like marking a

historical stage or conveying

a message of struggle, the

murals of the coastal village

of Ha Thanh in Tam Thanh

Commune, Quang Nam

Province, of old George Town

on Penang Island in Malaysia

or of Florianopolis Island in

Brazil, still merit popularity

with tourists for depicting the

simple beauty of contemporary

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Murals of yesterday

Murals are one of the important

witnesses for the life of prehistoric

man. The traces of mankind were

discovered through the paintings

of animals found in the more than

16,000 year-old Lascaux caves in the

Dordogne region of southwestern

France.

During the Renaissance in Italy, the

famous painters Leonardo Da Vinci

and Michelangelo Buonarroti also

tested their ability with this art form.

The mural of "The Last Supper" by

Leonardo in the church of Santa

Maria delle Grazie can be regarded as

one of the masterpieces this painter

left for mankind. Legend has it that,

after occupying Milano, King Louis

XII visited the church personally to

contemplate the mural and express

his wish to bring this mural to France.

With the passage of time, the role of

murals has also had changes. In the

1920s, after the Mexican revolution,

many artists considered murals as

a means of communication. They

used murals to convey social and

political messages to the masses,

and expressed their aspiration for a

peaceful and united society.

Modern times can be considered the

heyday of murals, enabling artists

to show creativity and express their

innermost feelings to their heart's

content. The murals have numerous

themes, such as appealing to oppose

racial discrimination and encouraging

human beings to live responsibly

with the environment and society.

Or they are simply the artists'

feelings for their beloved homelands,

depicted on the walls along railways

to city centers, on overpasses, and on the walls of factories, squares,

stations, etc.

In addition to graffiti, mosaic paintings, posters and works of

installation, murals contribute to creating a fully worked-out picture

of street art, that makes the normal life of man more colorful and

poetic. Murals are no longer a special flavor of city dwellers.

From Florianopolis to Tam Thanh

Although it is not as well known as Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro,

Florianopolis is still considered a city worth living in within Brazil

thanks to its valuable works of art that show clearly the personalities

of famous artists such as Vejam, Rizo and ValdiValdi. Lagoa, the

place with the largest number of murals on the island, gives you an

opportunity to wallow in the colorful world of cartoon characters.

In addition to the walls, the artists also "embellish" dustbins,

overpasses, shop fronts and itinerant merchants.

Old George Town in Penang, Malaysia is also a rendezvous for mural

lovers. UNESCO recognized this old quarter as an open-air museum

of cartoons. The set of murals 101 Lost Kittens came into being to

rouse the community's awareness of lost animals. The murals of

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graffito 3D with themes of daily life are to honor the local people.

Also, somewhere in small alleys, you will see the message of

joining hands to save the traditional art form of Malaysia from

falling into oblivion.

And Vietnam also has such a beautiful village of murals. Within

the framework of the project of exchanging community arts with

Korean artists, the mural village of Tam Thanh has become a

must-see attraction for young people in the journey to heritage

sites of Central Vietnam.

Amid the deserted area with the white sand beach of Ha Thanh

on the one side and the Truong Giang River surrounded by

green fields on the other side, the simple and small houses seem

to be just waking up after a long sleep.

Currently, every corner of the village is a work of art. The simple

images of a vendor carrying two heavy loads, fishermen heading

for the open sea or a fence with beautiful flowers, through the

eyes of Korean friends, become a great source of inspiration.

Further information:

Location:

ñ The mural village of Tam Thanh

was created from the coastal

village of Ha Thanh in Tam Thanh

Commune, in the suburb of Tam

Ky City, Quang Ngai Province.

This unique work of art is part of

the framework of the projectsof

exchanging community arts with

Korean artists. Since its inauguration

on June 28, 2016, the mural village

of Tam Thanh has become a tourist

site that attracts a large number of

young people.

Itinerary:

ñ From Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City,

you fly to Chu Lai Airport, just south

of Tam Ky, the main city of Quang

Nam Province. You can get to Tam

Thanh by motorbike or car. The

village is 7 km east of Tam Ky City.

Activities:

ñ In addition to the beautiful murals,

Tam Thanh also attracts tourists

with its beautiful and neglected

beaches and the interesting life of its

fishermen. It is also famous for fresh

and delicious seafood.

Within the framework of the project of exchanging

community arts with Korean artists, the mural village of Tam

Thanh has become a must-see attraction for young people in

the journey to heritage sites of Central Vietnam.

Murals without borders

Murals are beautiful and attractive because they are filled with

the values of cultural exchange. The colossal mosaic painting of

Escadaria Selar„n - the colorful stairs of Selar„n - is typical of

this beauty.

In 1990, Jorge Selar„n, a Chilean artist who returned home after

his journeys to various lands, decided to restore 250 stairs in

ruins near his house with square bricks made from terra-cotta,

mirrors and ceramics. It is noteworthy that before his death in

2013, Jorge was still engrossed in perfecting his mosaic painting

with pieces of terracotta offered by tourists from all over the

world Among the murals in the fishing village of Tam Thanh,

the most impressive one depicts a young woman facing the sea

with a look full of hope, like a message of a bright future for

herself and her village.

If you want to find a strange destination to refresh your feelings,

please visit the mural village of Tam Thanh this summer. You

will see how very poetic life is when you become a "vignette" in

the great murals in this place.

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NHÄ §NG TR¡N

Nhµ §ng Tr«n lµ mÈt c´ng t◊nh ki’n trÛc cÊ

vµ di s∂n v®n h„a ÆÈc Æ∏o, bi”u t≠Óng tinh

th«n t≠¨ng ∏i cÈng ÆÂng cÒa nh˜ng ng≠Íi

khai hoang, lÀp †p tπi Long S¨n, VÚng Tµu.

Mister Tran's house, also known as Long

Son Big House, is an antique architectural

complex and cultural relic representing the

solidarity and relationship among the first

settlers in Long Son, Ba Ria Vung Tau.

Text: Le Minh Phuong Photos: Le Bich

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N®m 1890, §ng Tr«n (tn thÀt

L V®n M≠u, qu Hµ Tin) Æ≠a

gia quy’n vµ nh˜ng ng≠Íi cÔng

ch› h≠Ìng ln mÈt con tµu th´ s¨

v≠Ót bi”n tÌi Æ∂o Long S¨n khai

hoang, lÀp †p. Sau nhi“u n®m,

vÔng Ɔt mÌi ngµy cµng trÔ phÛ,

d©n Î c∏c vÔng theo v“ sinh sËng,

lµm ®n Æ´ng ÆÛc. N®m 1910, ´ng

Tr«n x©y d˘ng nhµ LÌn, c´ng

tr◊nh hoµn thµnh n®m 1928, lµ

n¨i thÍ cÛng, sinh hoπt cÈng

ÆÂng, chÁ c≠ ngÙ tπm cho l≠u

d©n mÌi Æ’n lÀp nghi÷p vµ n¨i

´ng Tr«n gi∂ng Æπo.

In 1890, Mister Tran, whose

real name is Le Van Huu,

together with his family and

a group of friends moved

to Long Son Island in a

simple boat for reclamation of the

new land. After years, more and

more people from different areas

have moved to this place to settle

and make new lives, making the

island fruitful. In 1910, Mister Tran

constructed the Big House. From

1928, the house became the worship

place for the community and also

the temporary accommodation for

newcomers to the island. During

this time, mister Tran taught his

relatives and villagers the art of

living in a communal house.

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Nhµ LÌn Long S¨n gÂm nhi“u khu

nhµ theo ki’n trÛc Æ◊nh Vi÷t Nam

nh≠ng bË cÙc vµ c∏ch sæp x’p ng…u

nhin. Vi÷c ch®m nom, thÍ cÛng

vµ duy tr◊ gi∏o l˝ do ´ng Tr«n Æ∆t ra

Æ’n nay v…n Æ≠Óc con ch∏u trong

gia tÈc vµ d©n Æfia ph≠¨ng nghim

c»n th˘c hi÷n. Nhµ LÌn lµ mÈt Æi”m

Æ’n hÛt thÛ vfi vÌi du kh∏ch bÎi

kh´ng gian ki’n trÛc, nät v®n h„a

cÈng ÆÂng ÆÈc Æ∏o vµ nhi“u cÊ vÀt

ÆÈc cfln Æ≠Óc l≠u gi˜ nguyn vãn.

Long Son Big House consists

of different areas designed in a

Vietnamese style. However, the

rooms were arranged casually. After

he passed away, his lessons became

a folk religion. The family members

and locals remain the traditions

of worshiping that he so dutifully

taught them. The Big House attracts

visitors not only by its architectural

design and the precious antiques

that are kept intact but also with its

unique community culture.


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Tranh k›nh ngh÷ thuÀt tπi Nhµ LÌn Long S¨n

The art glass painting in the Long Son Big House

Chi’c quan tµi Æ≠Óc nh˜ng ng≠Íi

theo Æπo ´ng Tr«n sˆ dÙng chung

Æ≠a ng≠Íi ch’t Æi mai t∏ng vÌi

hµm ˝ "sËng ÆÂng tfinh, ÆÂng sµng,

ch’t cÔng quan cÔng qu∏ch". Vi÷c

ch´n c†t theo tÙc Æπo ´ng Tr«n h’t

s¯c ƨn gi∂n, kh´ng ®n uËng linh

Æ◊nh, kh´ng nhÀn phÛng vi’ng.

The coffin used in funerals for the

folk religion's followers. The funerals

are simple without dining nor

burial money.

HÀu nh©n gia tÈc ´ng Tr«n

Mister Tran's family juniors

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M„n quµ x¯ng Æ∏ng

dµnh cho bπn sau c∂

qu∏ tr◊nh nÁ l˘c leo

ln Æÿnh nÛi lµ c¨ hÈi

chim ng≠Ïng ng‰n

lˆa xanh tuy÷t Æãp khi

kh› l≠u hu˙nh ch∏y.

ß„ lµ tr∂i nghi÷m

†n t≠Óng nh†t trong

chuy’n th∏m hi”m nÛi

lˆa trn Æ∂o Java.

D≠Íng nh≠ bfi lu mÍ bÎi s¯c h†p

d…n qu∏ lÌn cÒa "hµng x„m" Bali,

Æ∂o Java vÌi nh˜ng r∆ng nÛi tuy÷t

Æãp kh´ng ph∂i lµ Æi”m du lfich

chÒ y’u Î Indonesia. Hfln Æ∂o

lÌn th¯ 3 cÒa Indonesia nµy c„ sË

d©n Æ´ng th¯ nh◊ th’ giÌi vÌi 124

tri÷u ng≠Íi. Tuy nhin, Æi“u nµy

kh´ng ÆÂng ngh‹a vÌi vi÷c bπn sœ

ph∂i chen chÛc khi Î Æ©y. C∏ch tËt

nh†t Æ” tr∏nh Æ∏m Æ´ng Î Jakarta

- thÒ Æ´ cÒa Indonesia, thµnh

phË lÌn nh†t Æ∂o Java lµ bay Æ’n

Yogyakarta. ß©y lµ Æi”m khÎi Æ«u

l˝ t≠Îng cho nh˜ng hµnh tr◊nh

ti’p sau Æ„.

ß’n Yogyakarta, chÛng t´i tranh

thÒ ghä th®m qu«n th” chÔa

Borobubur Æ≠Óc x©y d˘ng tı 12

th’ kÿ tr≠Ìc, lµ ng´i chÔa PhÀt gi∏o

lÌn nh†t trn th’ giÌi vµ Æ∑ Æ≠Óc

UNESCO c´ng nhÀn Di s∂n v®n

h„a th’ giÌi. D‹ nhin, chÛng t´i

kh´ng qun th≠Îng th¯c m„n gµ

sa t’ cÒa nh˜ng ng≠Íi b∏n rong Î

Æ©y. Java Æ≠Óc coi lµ n¨i tËt nh†t Î

Indonesia Æ” th≠Îng th¯c m„n gµ

nµy. C¨m rang ki”u Indonesia, hay

cfln Æ≠Óc bi’t Æ’n vÌi c∏i tn nasi

goring, cÚng lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng

m„n bπn kh´ng th” b· qua.

"TR¢U CHÜM

UˇNG NõC ß|C"

ßi”m Æ’n ti’p theo cÒa chÛng t´i

lµ nÛi Bromo, mÈt ph«n cÒa d∑y

Tenggen, ph›a Æ´ng Yogyakarta.

Bπn c„ th” Æ’n Æ©y bªng ´t´ ho∆c

xe bu˝t nh≠ng tµu Æ≠Óc xem lµ

ph≠¨ng ti÷n di chuy”n thuÀn lÓi

nh†t. DÔ vi÷c di chuy”n bªng tµu

kh∏ m†t thÍi gian nh≠ng gh’ ngÂi

tho∂i m∏i h¨n. ChÛng t´i kh∏ may

mæn khi ch‰n Æ≠Óc mÈt cabin yn

æng vµ trËng nhi“u gh’. Chuy’n tµu

dıng lπi Î thµnh phË Probolinggo,

n¨i bπn c„ th” bæt mÈt chi’c xe

kh∏ch hay xe t∂i tÌi ng‰n nÛi lˆa

trong kho∂ng 1 ti’ng r≠Ïi ÆÂng hÂ.

ß≠Íng Æi kh∏ ngoªn ngoÃo nh≠ng

kh´ng qu∏ kh„ chfiu.

Tπi Æ©y, c∏c tour du lfich Æ≠a kh∏ch

Æ’n Æi”m ngæm c∂nh th≠Íng bæt

Æ«u lÛc 3 giÍ s∏ng. Xe jeep sœ Æ„n

bπn tπi kh∏ch sπn. L≠u ˝ sË nhµ nghÿ

vµ kh∏ch sπn Î Æ©y kh∏ hπn ch’, Æ∆c

bi÷t trong mÔa cao Æi”m. TËt h¨n

h’t lµ bπn nn Æ∆t phflng tr≠Ìc.

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Bπn cÚng c„ th” cuËc bÈ Æ’n Æi”m

ngæm c∂nh, d‹ nhin lµ m†t nhi“u

thÍi gian h¨n. ChÛng t´i ph∂i Æ∆t

b∏o th¯c lÛc 1 giÍ s∏ng. NhÌ mang

theo ÆÃn pin Æ” Æi khi trÍi ch≠a

kfip s∏ng. L≠u ˝ lµ c„ Æ’n hai Æi”m

ngæm c∂nh kh∏c nhau. ßi”m mµ

h≠Ìng d…n vin hay Æ≠a kh∏ch Æ’n

lµ Æi”m mÌi h¨n, tı Æ©y du kh∏ch

c„ th” ngæm toµn c∂nh Æÿnh Bromo

vµ chÙp h◊nh l≠u ni÷m. ChÛng t´i

Æ∑ ch‰n Æi”m ngæm th¯ hai, yn

b◊nh h¨n vµ cÚng r†t Æãp. ß” Æ’n

Æi”m ngæm c∂nh nµy, bπn ph∂i Æi

bÈ mÈt qu∑ng Æ≠Íng ln ÆÂi.

Vi÷c khÎi hµnh sÌm cho phäp bπn

ngæm m∆t trÍi nh´ ln tı ph›a sau

d∑y nÛi vÌi nh˜ng Æ∏m m©y khu†t

d«n sau ng‰n nÛi lˆa. MÈt c∂nh

sæc tuy÷t vÍi! S∏ng sÌm ÆÂng thÍi

lµ thÍi Æi”m l› t≠Îng nh†t Æ” chim

ng≠Ïng vŒ Æãp khi ng‰n nÛi lˆa

nh∂ nh˜ng ÆÓt kh„i dµy. ß©y lµ lÛc

tuy÷t vÍi cho nh˜ng Æoπn clip quay

chÀm. Bπn chÿ c«n Æ∆t ch’ ÆÈ cho

m∏y ghi h◊nh rÂi th∂nh th¨i ngæm

nh◊n toµn c∂nh vµ Æ” Mã thin

nhin Æem Æ’n cho bπn nh˜ng

th≠Ìc phim tuy÷t vÍi.

Khi Æ’n g«n h¨n vÌi ng‰n nÛi lˆa,

xe jeep sœ th∂ bπn Î Æi”m g«n nh†t

c„ th”. Tı Æ©y, bπn v…n c„ th” nh∂y

ln yn sau cÒa mÈt chi’c xe m∏y

ho∆c mÈt chÛ ng˘a nµo Æ„ Æ” ti’p

tÙc cuÈc hµnh tr◊nh. N’u nh≠ xe

´m chÿ c„ th” Æ≠a bπn tÌi ch©n nÛi

th◊ nh˜ng chÛ ng˘a c„ th” giÛp bπn

v≠Ót qua nh˜ng Æoπn Æ≠Íng v†t

v∂ nh†t. Nh≠ng k” c∂ vÀy th◊ cÚng

ch≠a Æ∏ng lµ bao, mÈt qu∑ng Æ≠Íng

nÛi dµi cfln ÆÓi bπn ph›a tr≠Ìc.

Khi Æ∑ leo Æ≠Óc ln Æÿnh nÛi, bπn

c„ th” nh◊n xuËng lflng nÛi lˆa.

Vµo buÊi s∏ng, nÛi lˆa lin tÙc nh∂

ra nh˜ng lÌp kh„i dµy ch¯a l≠u

hu˙nh. Trong nh˜ng ngµy c„ gi„,

bπn nn chim ng≠Ïng Î vfi tr› ÆÒ

xa Æ” Æ∂m b∂o kh´ng bfi ∂nh h≠Îng

bÎi kh› nµy.

Sau khi ngæm nh◊n c∂nh sæc n¨i

Æ©y, bπn v…n cfln ÆÒ thÍi gian Æ”

quay lπi kh∏ch sπn vµ th≠Îng th¯c

b˜a s∏ng!

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S∏ng sÌm ÆÂng thÍi lµ thÍi Æi”m l› t≠Îng nh†t Æ” chim ng≠Ïng vŒ Æãp khi ng‰n nÛi

lˆa nh∂ nh˜ng ÆÓt kh„i dµy. ß©y lµ lÛc tuy÷t vÍi cho nh˜ng Æoπn clip quay chÀm.

Bπn chÿ c«n Æ∆t ch’ ÆÈ cho m∏y ghi h◊nh rÂi th∂nh th¨i ngæm nh◊n toµn c∂nh vµ Æ”

Mã thin nhin Æem Æ’n cho bπn nh˜ng th≠Ìc phim tuy÷t vÍi.

KHI S`C NïNG T°NG L£N

ßi”m c˘c Æ´ng cÒa Java lπi lµ mÈt tr∂i

nghi÷m hoµn toµn kh∏c. Ijen lµ mÈt

qu«n th” nÛi lˆa bao gÂm mÈt h axit

n≠Ìc xanh ngæt tr∂i dµi hµng km, n¨i

nh˜ng thÓ m· l≠u hu˙nh lµm vi÷c. C∏c

tour du lfich ln nÛi khÎi hµnh kh∏ sÌm,

lÛc 1h s∏ng. ß” Æ’n Æ≠Óc Æÿnh nÛi, bπn

sœ m†t kho∂ng 2 ti’ng mfl m…m trong

b„ng tËi vµ kho∂ng mÈt giÍ n˜a Æ” Æi

vµo mi÷ng nÛi lˆa, n¨i ng≠Íi ta khai

th∏c l≠u hu˙nh. H’t s¯c c»n thÀn khi Æi

xuËng bÎi v◊ nh˜ng thÓ m· th≠Íng ph∂i

Æi qua bπn khi v∏c theo nh˜ng t∂ng l≠u

hu˙nh n∆ng tÌi 100kg ln mi÷ng nÛi vµ

Æi xuËng lµng. Qu∑ng Æ≠Íng t≠¨ng t˘

vÀy khi’n chÛng t´i m†t 2 giÍ Æi dÔ chÿ

c„ bal´ n∆ng g«n 5kg trn l≠ng.

Bπn c„ th” ngh‹ nh˜ng ng≠Íi thÓ m·

nµy Æ∑ nÁ l˘c h’t m◊nh Æ” c„ cuÈc

sËng tËt h¨n. Nh≠ng h‰ chÿ ki’m Æ≠Óc

kho∂ng 12USD mÁi ngµy. T´i kh´ng

th” giÛp h‰ v∏c nh˜ng t∂ng l≠u hu˙nh

xuËng nÛi nh≠ng c„ th” ÆÏ Æ«n h‰ mÈt

chÛt bªng vi÷c mua nh˜ng vin l≠u

hu˙nh nh· Æ≠Óc tπo thµnh h◊nh chÛ rÔa.

MÈt k˚ vÀt Æãp Æ” gÓi nhÌ v“ chuy’n leo

nÛi vµ tr©n tr‰ng c´ng s¯c lµm vi÷c v†t

v∂ cÒa ng≠Íi thÓ m·.

MÈt trong nh˜ng l˝ do ch›nh khi’n

chÛng t´i cË gæng leo ln Æÿnh nÛi lµ c¨

hÈi xem ng‰n lˆa xanh tuy÷t Æãp khi kh›

l≠u hu˙nh ch∏y. Bπn sœ c«n Æeo mÈt m∆t

nπ kh› mµ h≠Ìng d…n vin cung c†p. Kh›

l≠u hu˙nh kh´ng tËt cho s¯c kh·e, Æ∆c

bi÷t lµ h÷ h´ h†p. Ng‰n lˆa xanh lµ hi÷n

t≠Óng c˘c k◊ tuy÷t vÍi mµ kh´ng ph∂i Î

Æ©u bπn cÚng c„ c¨ hÈi tÀn mæt ch¯ng

ki’n. Khi bπn quay ra r◊a nÛi lˆa cÚng lµ

lÛc m∆t trÍi bæt Æ«u ln, b«u trÍi quang

h¨n tπo Æi“u ki÷n cho bπn ngæn nh◊n

m∆t h xanh trong.

M∆c dÔ kh∏ tËn c´ng Æ” t˘ trÃo ln

Æÿnh nÛi, bπn c„ th” d‘ dµng Æ’n ch©n

nÛi tı Banyawangi bªng c∏ch Æi tµu tı

Probolinggo. H«u h’t c∏c h∑ng l˜ hµnh

Æ“u ch‰n cho du kh∏ch Æi bu˝t trn con

Æ≠Íng ngoªn ngoÃo bæt Æ«u tπi ng´i lµng

ph›a t©y Ijen.

ß’n Banyuwangi, Æi Æfl mÈt qu∑ng ngæn

rÂi ngÂi 4 ti’ng xe bu˝t Æ’n g«n s©n bay

Î Bali lµ mÈt lÈ tr◊nh hoµn h∂o. Bπn c„

th” th≠ gi∑n khi chim ng≠Ïng nh˜ng

b∑i bi”n Æãp cÒa Æ∂o Bali sau chuy’n leo

nÛi tËn nhi“u s¯c l˘c Î Java.

TH§NG TIN TH£M

HÄNH TRçNH:

ñ Tı Vi÷t Nam, bπn c„

th” bay tÌi Yogyakarta

vÌi c∏c chuy’n bay cÒa

Air Asia. C∏c chuy’n bay

nµy th≠Íng qu∏ c∂nh Î

Kuala Lumpur.

THòI TI⁄T:

ñ MÔa kh´ Î Java th≠Íng

käo dµi tı th∏ng 5 Æ’n

th∏ng 9, mÔa m≠a tı

th∏ng 10 Æ’n th∏ng 4

n®m sau. M∆c dÔ thÍi ti’t

Î Indonesia †m ∏p quanh

n®m, khi ln nÛi nhi÷t

ÆÈ c„ th” gi∂m th†p vµo

ban Æm. Bπn nn mang

theo qu«n ∏o †m.

TRANG PH|C:

ñ Indonesia lµ quËc gia

c„ l≠Óng d©n sË theo

HÂi gi∏o lÌn nh†t th’

giÌi. Qu«n so‰c vµ ∏o

ph´ng c„ th” Æ≠Óc ch†p

nhÀn nh≠ng bπn nn m∆c

qu«n ∏o lch s˘.

LU ≥:

ñ ßÿnh Bromo vµ Ijen lµ

nh˜ng ng‰n nÛi lˆa cn

hoπt ÆÈng, v◊ th’ bπn

nn chÛ ˝ tr≠Ìc khi Æ’n

Æ©y Æ” chæc chæn rªng

c„ th” ti’p cÀn an toµn

hai ng‰n nÛi nµy.

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Text: Kevin Gen Photos: Many Photographers

The best reward you get after attempting to reach the volcano's

peak is the chance to witness imposing blue fire that is created

by ignited sulfuric gas. This is also one of the most impressive

experience during the journey to discover Java.

TRAVELLIVE 101


Although not the main tourist hub

of Indonesia, Java holds a good

range of natural jaw-droppers that

tend to be overlooked due to the

attractive force of the neighboring

island of Bali. The country's third

largest island boasts a population

of over 141 million, which makes it

the most populated island on Earth.

That doesn't mean that you're up

for an overcrowded city trip. Flying

into Yogyakarta is an easy way to

avoid the crowds in Jakarta and sets

you up at a great starting point.

In Yogyakarta, we paid a short visit

to the renowned Borobudur temple

compounds. Built twelve centuries

ago, it has remained the largest

Buddhist temple in the world and

has been recognized by UNESCO

as the world heritage site. Don't

forget to amaze your taste buds by

ordering some chicken satay from

one of the many friendly street

vendors while in the Yogyakarta.

Java is considered the best place in

all of Indonesia to try the dish. The

Indonesian version of fried rice is

called nasi goreng, and is also a

dish you can't skip.

The Early bird gets

the WORM

The next logical step from

Yogyakarta is to head east towards

Mount Bromo, part of the Tenggen

Massif. Although cars and buses

will get you there, we rightfully

assumed the train would to be

the most comfortable form of

transportation. Even though it took

up a good amount of our day, the

seats were comfortable, and we

were lucky enough to be seated

in a rather empty and very quiet

cabin. Trains will get you no nearer

than the city of Probolinggo. From

there you would have to hop on

a bus or van to get closer to the

volcano, which is a windy but not

uncomfortable hour and a half ride.

Tours to the viewpoint and the foot

of the volcano generally start from

3AM. A jeep will pick you up from

your hotel to bring you there. Note

that there are a limited amount of

hotels and guest houses, so during

peak season you might want to

make your reservations well in

advance.

Another option is to walk to the

viewpoint. Needless to say this will

take you a good while longer, so

you might want to set your alarm

as early as 1AM, as we did. It is

important to know that there are

two different viewpoints. The one

where most tour guides will take

you is the newest one, from which

you can take beautiful pictures of

Mount Bromo. We went for option

number two, which tends to be

much quieter, more peaceful and

equally beautiful, but also requires

a short walk uphill.

Leaving early will allow you to

see the sun rise from behind the

mountain range in the distance and

watch the clouds fade away around

the volcano, which is an amazing

sight. Early morning is also the

time of day when the volcano is the

Early morning is also the time of day when the volcano is the most active and as

made evident by the thick smoke billowing in the air. Set up your camera, sit down

and enjoy the view while Mother Nature does all the work.


most active and as made evident

by the thick smoke billowing

in the air. For the photography

fanatics among us; it makes for a

great time-lapse video. Set up your

camera, sit down and enjoy the

view while Mother Nature does all

the work.

As you get closer to the mountain,

you will reach the farthest point

that jeeps provided by tour

agencies can take you. From there

it is still possible to jump on the

back of a motorbike or a horse for

the next part. The motorbike will

have to drop you off at the foot of

the volcano, whereas the horse

can carry you up the most tiring

part of the hike. But even the

horse will have to call it quits at

the bottom of the staircase, which

has been built halfway up the

mountain to make the steepest

part more accessible.

Once at the top you will be able

to look down into the volcano,

which, in the morning, will

constantly unleash massive

amounts of smoke containing

sulfurous particles. On a day with

normal winds you will be able

to witness it from a far enough

distance to not be affected by it.

After you feel you have taken

out enough time to behold this

amazing sight, you will still be

able to make it back to your hotel

in time for breakfast.

The heat is on

A whole different kind of volcanic

experience can be found around

the easternmost point of Java. Ijen

is a volcano complex that contains

a kilometer-wide turquoise

colored acidic lake, which is the

site where sulfur miners make

their living. Tours up and into

the mountain depart as early as

1AM. It takes a good two hours to

reach the top in the dark and up to

another hour to get into the crater

where all the sulfur is collected.

Be careful going down as the

miners will frequently have to

pass you to bring rocks of sulfur

weighing up to 100kg to

the rim of the volcano

and down again to the

village. The same route

that cost us two hours

of our time, carrying a

mere 5kg of weight in

our backpacks.

You might think that the

miners put in all this effort for

a good living, but you would be

wrong. These hard working men

earn about $12 a day. I would

not have been able to help them

bring down the sulfur, but I could

help them a little bit by buying a

small sulfur rock which they had

pressed into the shape of a turtle.

It was a nice reminder of our big

effort climbing the mountain

and made the working day of the

miner a bit more worthwhile.

One of the main reasons for us

to put in all this effort was to

witness the imposing blue fire that

is created by ignited sulfuric gas.

This also means that you will want

to wear a gasmask. Sulfuric gas is

not good for you, especially your

respiratory system. The blue fire

is a fascinating phenomenon and

not something that you will be

able to see just anywhere. By the

time you are back on the rim of

the volcano the sun will probably

have begun to rise, which clears

the air for you to set your eyes on

the beautiful blue lake.

Although the climb itself will cost

you considerable effort, the base

of the mountain can easily be

reached from

Banyuwangi,

which is

accessible by train

from Probolinggo,

although most tour

operators prefer to bring you over

windy mountain roads by bus to a

village west of Ijen.

From Banyuwangi it's a short

ferry ride, followed by a four hour

bus ride to the nearest airport

on Bali, and which you could

certainly use as an excuse to enjoy

some of the beautiful beaches that

Bali has in abundance to revive

yourself from your mountain

climbing adventures on Java.

Further information

Itinerary:

ñ Flying from Vietnam to Yogyakarta usually

comes with a stopover, often in Kuala Lumpur

or Singapore. Air Asia flies these routes

frequently.

Weather:

ñ The dry season spans from May to

September. October to April is considered

the wet season. Although Indonesia enjoys

warm weather throughout the year, higher in

the mountains it can get chilly at night time, so

warm clothing is recommended for your hikes.

Clothing:

ñ Indonesia has the largest Muslim population

in the world. Shorts and t-shirts are not

frowned upon for both men and women, but

appropriate clothing is appreciated.

Note:

ñ Mount Bromo and Ijen are active volcanoes

with semi-regular eruptions, so it's wise to

be well informed before putting in the time

and effort to get there and be sure that the

volcano is approachable.

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T´i Æ’n Sapa, n¨i ng≠Íi ta v…n g‰i "cÊng trÍi", Æ” ngæm th∏ng T≠ nÎ rÈ quanh

nh˜ng gËc th´ng xanh r◊ r«m d≠Ìi næng hà cÒa T©y Bæc Vi÷t Nam.

Bµi: Pan Banana Ånh: Nhi“u t∏c gi∂


©Selena Nguyen

LÛc 7 giÍ s∏ng, c∂ thfi tr†n v…n

cfln ch◊m trong s≠¨ng sÌm,

s≠¨ng dµy Æ’n nÁi dÔ Î cπnh

nhau cÚng kh„ c„ th’ th†y

ng≠Íi ÆËi di÷n, kh´ng gian

lπ lÔng, liu trai nh≠ c©u th¨ cÒa

Hµn M∆c Tˆ, "Î Æ©y s≠¨ng kh„i mÍ

nh©n ∂nh". B◊nh minh Î Sapa r†t

thÛ vfi, 8 giÍ s∏ng, m∆t trÍi l„ d«n,

næng ln r†t nhanh sau m†y r∆ng

nÛi, s≠¨ng v…n n¨i Æ„, b≠Ìng bÿnh

len l·i d≠Ìi m†y gËc c©y, tπo nn

mÈt b¯c tranh Æãp Æ’n v´ th˘c.

CAF– GI~A S¢N M¢Y

Ngµy Æ«u tin Î Sapa, bπn c„ th”

dµnh c∂ ngµy Æi bÈ th®m C∏t C∏t,

mÈt b∂n nh· n¨i ng≠Íi H’M´ng

Hoa sinh sËng. Ng≠Íi H’M´ng

Hoa vËi nÊi ti’ng vÌi nh˜ng bÈ

trang phÙc sæc mµu Æãp nh†t

Sapa. ß≠Íng Æ’n C∏t C∏t kh∏

ngæn, lπi d‘ Æi, c∏ch trung t©m chÿ

kho∂ng 2km. Kh∏c vÌi ng≠Íi Dao

ß· th≠Íng Î trn nÛi cao, ng≠Íi

H’M´ng ch‰n sËng vµ canh t∏c

Î nh˜ng thung lÚng rÈng. BÎi

vÀy lµng b∂n cÒa ng≠Íi H’M´ng

th≠Íng t≠¨ng ÆËi d‘ Æi. N’u th›ch,

bπn cÚng c„ th” Æi xe ´m Æ’n

C∏t C∏t.

Trı con Æ≠Íng lÌn Æ≠Óc tr∂i nh˘a

g‰n gµng, Æãp Æœ, c„ r†t nhi“u lËi

Æi tæt b®ng ngang qua bÀc thang,

ÆÊ dËc xuËng thung lÚng n¨i ng≠Íi

H’M´ng sinh sËng. Bπn sœ bæt g∆p

m†y Ưa nh· ng≠Íi d©n tÈc tho∂i

m∏i vıa Æi vıa nh∂y ch©n s∏o d‰c

c∏c bÀc thang, c≠Íi n„i vui vŒ men

theo con Æ≠Íng nh·. Nh≠ng Æıng

bfi Æ∏nh lıa, nh˜ng con Æ≠Íng

Ɔt nµy thÀt s˘ dËc vµ tr¨n tr≠Ót,

chÿ ng≠Íi b∂n Æfia mÌi c„ th” b≠Ìc

ch©n tho®n thoæt nh≠ th’, h∑y

chu»n bfi ÆÊ m h´i thÀt nhi“u khi

theo b≠Ìc h‰, leo dËc xuËng nÛi

trn cung Æ≠Íng Ɔt ÆÊ cÚng lµ c∂

mÈt ngh÷ thuÀt!

VÌi nhi“u ng≠Íi Æ∑ Æi th®m C∏t

C∏t, th›ch nh†t c„ lœ lµ c∂m gi∏c

ngÂi nghÿ ng¨i trn m†y qu∏n cafä

trn m©y, nhæm mæt th†y m©y

luÂn qua kœ tay, nh©m nhi t∏ch trµ

n„ng, m∆c gi„ nÛi se lπnh th◊ thµo

bn tai, k” bπn nghe c©u chuy÷n v“

nh˜ng c∏nh ÆÂng bÀc thang bn

d≠Ìi thung lÚng M≠Íng Hoa, v“

c´ em g∏i Æang Ωm bÂng Ưa nh·,

ng≠Íi phÙ n˜ Ưng tuÊi mi÷t mµi

bn khung v∂i, con ch„ nh· bi’ng

l≠Íi bn b’p lˆa... ThÀt kh„ Æ”

miu t∂ h’t c∏i b◊nh yn læng Ɖng

cÒa cuÈc sËng n¨i Æ©y.

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B◊NH MINH ô SAPA RƒT TH@ Vë, 8 GIò SÉNG, MÖT TRòI Lï D¡N, N¿NG L£N

RƒT NHANH SAU MƒY RÖNG N@I, S•NG V√N N•I ßï, BõNG BéNH LEN LìI

DõI MƒY GˇC C¢Y, TÑO N£N MóT B`C TRANH ß—P ß⁄N V§ TH#C.

CHUYåN CHA KÕ V≈ DI SÅN BÅN LÄNG

N’u c„ nhi“u thÍi gian h¨n, bπn nn ngÒ

mÈt hai Æm Î nhµ d©n trong b∂n S›n Ch∂i,

T∂ V®n, T∂ Ph◊n hay b∂n HÂ, Æ” c∂m nhÀn

nhi“u h¨n v“ cuÈc sËng cÒa ng≠Íi b∂n Æfia,

ngæm nh˜ng t∏c ph»m thu d÷t thÒ c´ng

thˆ lµm n´ng d©n ch®n bfl, g∆t lÛa trn

nh˜ng thˆa ruÈng bÀc thang k˙ v‹.

ß’n b∂n cÒa ng≠Íi Dao ß·, bπn nh†t Æfinh ph∂i thˆ

tr∂i nghi÷m c∂m gi∏c ng©m m◊nh trong th∂o mÈc vÌi

bµi thuËc tæm Dao ß·, Æ≠Óc pha ch’ tı 10 - 20 loπi

th∂o mÈc kh∏c nhau giÛp th≠ gi∑n c∏c c¨, gi∂m Æau

x≠¨ng khÌp vµ xoa dfiu lµn da. C∂m gi∏c thÀt Æ∆c bi÷t

khi h›t hµ h≠¨ng gÁ, ng©m m◊nh trong dflng n≠Ìc Æ·

nh≠ vang, th¨m mÔi l∏, r‘... cÒa hµng chÙc, hµng tr®m

loπi th∂o mÈc. Kh´ng ai bi’t nh˜ng bµi thuËc tæm

ch˜a b÷nh nµy bæt nguÂn tı Æ©u trong lfich sˆ ng≠Íi

Dao ß·, tπi sao ng≠Íi Dao ß· c„ th” nhÀn ra vµ k’t

hÓp nhi“u loπi th∂o d≠Óc nh≠ th’. ThÀm ch›, giµ lµng,

nh˜ng ng≠Íi c„ kh∂ n®ng Ɖc Æ≠Óc ng´n ng˜ cÊ x≠a,

cÚng kh´ng r‚ lfich sˆ nh˜ng bµi tæm th∂o d≠Óc nµy

Æ’n tı Æ©y. ß©u Æ„ qua lÍi k”, c¯ nh≠ th” h‰ bi’t v“

rıng, v“ l∏, v“ c©y... tı khi Æ≠Óc sinh ra.

N’u Æ” ˝ bπn sœ th†y t†t c∂ c∏c b∂n Æ“u c„ mÈt khu

rıng c†m, thÍ cÛng nh˜ng th’ l˘c v´ h◊nh cÒa t˘

nhin. N¨i thÍ cÛng c„ th” lµ gËc c©y hay trn mÈt

t∂ng Æ∏ to. ß„ lµ nh˜ng th’ l˘c siu nhin Æ∑ b∂o v÷

lµng b∂n tı thuÎ s¨ khai, giÛp d©n c„ ki’n th¯c v“ c·

c©y, s´ng suËi, dπy h‰ c∏ch t◊m l∏ c©y, sËng s„t trong

rıng, t˘ b∂o v÷ m◊nh khi Æi lπc... V◊ vÀy, b∂o v÷ khu

rıng c†m lµ tr∏ch nhi÷m cÒa t†t c∂ ng≠Íi d©n. Nh˜ng

hµnh vi x©m phπm nh≠ x∂ r∏c, h∏i hoa, bŒ cµnh bfi

nghim c†m, trai g∏i cÚng kh´ng Æ≠Óc ´m †p, t©m

t◊nh Î g«n khu v˘c †y.

ßi th®m Sapa, bπn cfln c„ dfip t◊m hi”u v“ nh˜ng b∑i

Æ∏ cÊ Î H«u Thµo, Sˆ P∏n, T∂ Van, T∂ Ph◊n vÌi nh˜ng

h◊nh t≠Óng, k› t˘ k◊ lπ: c„ nh˜ng r∑nh trfln giËng

bi”u t≠Óng m∆t trÍi, c„ h◊nh nam n˜ giao phËi - bi”u

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t≠Óng s˘ sinh s´i, r†t

nhi“u nh˜ng vπch kŒ lπ

mæt nh≠ bÀc thang, con

Æ≠Íng... truy“n t∂i vŒ Æãp

tı thÍi nguyn s¨ cÒa

Sapa. Ng≠Íi H’M´ng Î

H«u Thµo cho rªng Æ©y lµ

“quy”n s∏ch” lÌn nh†t cÒa tÊ tin Æ” lπi, Æ„ c„ th” lµ b∂n ÆÂ cÊ, cÚng c„

th” lµ cuËn s∏ch x≠a ghi lπi nh˜ng trÀn Æ∏nh ∏c li÷t tıng x∂y ra.

N•I GÖP Gö ߃T TRòI

ThÀt l∑ng ph› n’u bπn chÿ Æ’n Sapa nghÿ cuËi tu«n, vÈi v∑ Æ’n rÂi vÈi

v∑ v“. H∑y Î lπi vµi ngµy, sËng cÔng ng≠Íi d©n, c∂m nhÀn vŒ Æãp cˆa

ng‚ T©y Bæc, hfla vµo v®n h„a b∂n Æfia cÒa c∏c d©n tÈc anh em, nh∂y

Æi÷u mÛa cÒa ng≠Íi H’M´ng Hoa, kh∏m ph∏ hang ÆÈng lÌn vµ b› »n

nh†t Î T∂ Ph◊n, kho∏c ln bÈ trang phÙc r˘c rÏ Æ≠Óc thu tay sæc s∂o, vµ

th≠Îng th¯c b˜a ti÷c BBQ nh· gi˜a rıng th´ng ngÀp næng hÃ.

ßıng b· qua khu v˘c chÓ Æm vµo mÁi cuËi tu«n, trn bÀc thang nh· Î

g„c phË Sapa lµ xe thfit n≠Ìng th¨m n¯c mÚi, ngay ng∑ t≠ giao lÈ c„ c´

b∏n khoai Æ’n 12 giÍ khuya, khoai ch›n t≠¨m Æ«y mÀt, n„ng h´i hÊi, con

Æ≠Íng lÌn trµn ngÀp c∏c ti÷m c¨m b∏n gµ b∂n, lÓn cæp n∏ch, c∏ hÂi...,

Sapa kh´ng chÿ Æãp bÎi cung Æ≠Íng khÛc khu˚u, thˆa ruÈng bÀc thang,

hay thung lÚng mÍ s≠¨ng, Sapa hÌp hÂn ng≠Íi bÎi nh˜ng m„n ®n Æ∆c

s∂n, gi∂n dfi mµ lπi hÈi tÙ tinh tÛy cÒa c∂ Ɔt trÍi.

ßÛng nh≠ nh˜ng g◊ ng≠Íi ta th≠Íng k” nhau nghe v“ Sapa, n¨i Æ©y

chuy”n m◊nh theo th∏ng ngµy, khi th◊ nÎ rÈ gi˜a rıng hoa xu©n, khi th◊

ch◊m Ææm trong mµu th´ng xanh mÁi

khi hà tÌi, Æ” rÂi nhuÈm ∏nh vµng r˘c

rÏ cÒa lÛa vµ qu∂ ch›n vµo thu, vµ lπnh

træng vÌi gi„ Æ´ng mÔa tuy’t. MÔa nËi

ti’p mÔa, vÌi hµng loπt nh˜ng l‘ hÈi

ÆÈc Æ∏o cÒa c∏c d©n tÈc Kinh, H’M´ng,

Dao, Tµy, Gi∏y, Xµ Ph„ thÀt s˘ khi’n

Sapa lµ n¨i kh´ng th” b· qua khi Æ’n

th®m Vi÷t Nam.

TH§NG TIN TH£M:

Khi bπn Æ’n th®m c∏c b∂n lµng,

h∑y læng nghe h≠Ìng d…n vin vµ

ghi nhÌ mÈt sË Æi“u king k, tr∏nh

phπm c∏c tÀp tÙc ring cÒa c∏c

d©n tÈc.

ñ Kh´ng hu˝t s∏o trong nhµ ho∆c

trn xe kh∏ch, Æ∆c bi÷t khi xe Æang

Æi ln nÛi. H«u h’t m‰i ng≠Íi tin

rªng hu˝t s∏o c„ th” mÍi g‰i ma

qu˚, b∑o tË vµ nh˜ng Æi“u kh´ng

may mæn.

ñ Kh´ng chπm hay vÁ Æ«u trŒ nh·.

Nh˜ng ng≠Íi d©n tÈc tin rªng Æi“u

nµy c„ th” khi’n trŒ lπc m†t hÂn

v›a, hay Ëm Æau.

ñ Lu´n chÛ ˝ tr≠Ìc khi b≠Ìc vµo

mÈt ng´i nhµ nµo Æ„. N’u th†y

Î tr≠Ìc cˆa nhµ, Î Æ«u c«u thang

cæm ho∆c treo mÈt cµnh l∏ xanh,

mÈt cµnh gai ho∆c cæm mÈt t†m

phn Æan h◊nh mæt c∏o c„ buÈc

x≠¨ng hµm b, tr©u, bπn kh´ng

Æ≠Óc phäp vµo nhµ. ß©y lµ nh˜ng

d†u hi÷u th” hi÷n king k.

ñ Bµn thÍ lµ n¨i thing ling nh†t

trong nhµ. Tuy÷t ÆËi kh´ng chπm

vµo bµn thÍ, kh´ng Æ” ÆÂ Æπc c∏

nh©n Î Æ„, kh´ng quay l≠ng ho∆c

ngÒ h≠Ìng m∆t v“ ph›a bµn thÍ.

ñ ChÛ ˝ c∏ch Æ” giµy vµ n¨i ngÂi.

MÁi d©n tÈc thi”u sË Æ“u c„ nh˜ng

luÀt l÷ ng«m quy ≠Ìc v“ chÁ ngÂi.

V› dÙ, ng≠Íi Gi∏y vµ ng≠Íi Dao quy

Ænh chÁ ngÂi g«n bµn thÍ nh†t

dµnh cho nh˜ng ng≠Íi giµ Æ≠Óc

tr‰ng n”, nh˜ng v kh∏ch Æ∆c bi÷t,

tuy nhin ng≠Íi H’M´ng gi˜ chÁ

ngÂi nµy cho linh hÂn cÒa nh˜ng

ng≠Íi qu∏ cË trong gia Æ◊nh. Ng≠Íi

Th∏i, Tµy, M≠Íng Æ∆t hai chän nh·

Î v tr› ngÂi g«n cˆa sÊ Æ” linh hÂn

tÊ tin c„ th” quay v“ vµ chµo

kh∏ch. Bπn cÚng kh´ng nn ngÂi Î

nh˜ng v tr› nµy.

ñ ThÀn tr‰ng n’u bπn muËn

thm cÒi vµo b’p. Ng≠Íi d©n tÈc

H’M´ng vµ Dao kh´ng Æ≠a ng‰n

cÒi vµo tr≠Ìc, v◊ quan ni÷n sÓ con

g∏i gia chÒ sau nµy sœ sinh ng≠Óc.

B’p lˆa lµ n¨i thing ling.

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destination

Text: Pan Banana Photos: Many Photographers

That misty morning when I woke up at 7am, the

whole town was still in a foggy sleep. You could

hardly see another soul even if they stood next

to you. The dawn came and sunlight ran across

the mountain at about 8am. Fog still stubbornly

clutched at tree stumps along the pavement,

which painted an amazing and unrealistic scene

before your eyes.

Coffee By The Floating Clouds

I

went trekking to Cat Cat village, hoping

for an intense hilly course which would

take a whole day. Cat Cat was a village of

Flower H'Mong people, who were famous

for their pretty traditional dresses. This

was an attraction of not only Sapa, but also the

entire Lao Cai Province. The road was in fact

quite short (only 2km from Sapa) and it was easy

to walk down to the village since H'Mong people

preferred valleys to settle down, a characteristic

difference from the Red Dao people who often

pick mountain peaks to live. There were also

some motorbike taxis (xe ´m) to the village for

those who were not in the "trekking" mood.

I tried one short-cut on the way, which appeared

to be a piece of cake, as I saw little H'Mong kids

hopping and skipping up and down the road,

laughing along the narrow gorges. Little did I

know they had trekking down to an art. It was

not easy as it was a steep mountain slope. Be

ready to sweat.

Yet the best part was to feel the clouds flying

through your fingers when you were holding

a hot cup of tea on the balcony of a coffee

house somewhere along the street, overlooking

the terraced rice fields of Muong Hoa Vally,

taking in the clichä yet beautiful scene with

little girls babysitting small children, old ladies

embroidering cloth, a dog lazily yawning next to

the heater... Words could not depict the majestic

vista that was spread out before me

DRINK

THE

SUMMER

CLOUDS

UP IN

SAPA,

WHERE

EARTH

MEETS

SKY

I went to Sapa,

the gate of

northwestern

Vietnam to

enter heaven,

they said,

to see sweet

April lingering

around green

pine trees under

the dazzle of

summer sun

beams.

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The Untold Heritage Of

Aboriginal Villages

If you have more time, I strongly

recommend a longer trip with one or

two nights staying with locals in Sin

Chai village, Ta Van village, Ta Phin

village, or Ho village to experience the

unique herbal bath remedy of the Red

Dao people, to contemplate ethnic

embroidery or live a day as a farmer

riding buffaloes and tilling terraced

rice fields together with mountainous

ethnicities. The sickness-curing

herbal bath is certainly a "must".

It is such a pleasant bath rich with

wood fragrance and burgundy color.

Generally, as a tourist, you will have a

common one made of around 10 - 20

kinds of herbs to relax your muscles,

reduce arthritis pain and alleviate skin

ailments. Believe me, nowhere else in

Vietnam can you have a bath made of

dozens to hundreds of herbs, leaves,

roots and buds. Even the elderly Red

Dao people who can still read their

The spirits from Mother

Nature has protected their

villages since their origins,

giving their peoples

knowledge of the trees

and rivers

ancient language have no idea where

this knowledge of nature came from.

Somehow through their words, I

feel as if they had this sophisticated

knowledge inherited not through

records, but rather through genetics.

In addition to the ancestral mysterious

of the local people, Sapa is also

a filled with hundreds of ancient

stones with unexplained sketches and

symbols created by early ancestry.

Over the endless years local tribes

have built their houses, planted rice

terraces, grown cotton, and made

their clothes all while keeping their

customs. These people have as well of

course established their own villages.

One might notice as well every

aboriginal village here has their own

"forbidden wood", where they worship

supernatural spirits under a tree or on

a big piece of rock. The spirits from

Mother Nature has protected their

villages since their origins, giving

their peoples knowledge of the trees

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Further information:

As you visit aboriginal villages,

you should listen to your

guide carefully. Note down

that each ethnic people

has their own customs that

should be well respected.

ñ Do not whistle in the house

or on the bus, especially

when the bus is moving on

the mountain. Most people

here believe whistles could

bring ghosts, storms and

bad luck.

ñ Do not touch or pat a

child's head. Aboriginal

people believe that could

scare the child's soul away

from their head.

ñ Always look at the gate

and the staircases carefully

when you're in front of a

house. If you see a green or

horned tree branch in front

of the door, or a bamboo

wattle with rhombus pattern

hanging on some buffalos' or

cows' jaws, it's the warning

signs for strangers to not

walk in.

ñ The altar is the most sacred

place in the house. Don't

touch the altar. Never ever

put your personal belongings

there, turn your back against

it or sleep with your feet

facing to the altar.

ñ Notice how to put your

shoes, and where to take a

seat. Every ethnic group has

their own underlying rules

on the seating. For example:

The seat closest to the altar

is for the respected elderly

or honorable guests to Giay

or Dao people, meanwhile

H'Mong reserve those

seats for the spirits of their

deceased family members.

Thai, Tay, and Muong leave

two small cups at the seat

next to the windows for

their ancestors' souls coming

back to greet the guest with

them. Those seats should not

be taken as well.

ñ Beware if you want to help

fuel the stove. Aboriginal

people such as H'Mong and

Dao do not put the younger

end of a tree branch in first

as it is believed to cause

breech birth. Respect the

kitchen.


©Nguyen Hoang Phi

Stay with the

locals for days

so you can see

for yourself the

stunning luring

beauty of cultures

and landscapes.

and rivers, and allowing them to find the right herbs in

the forest necessary to survive when lost in the mountains.

Every member of the village must take care of the "forbidden

wood" together. Any disrespectful behaviors such as littering,

picking flowers, bending trees or kissing in front of the wood

are strictly prohibited.

...In The Picturesque Sapa

What a waste to rush to Sapa for an escape weekend then

rush back. Stay with the locals for days so you can see

for yourself the stunning luring beauty of cultures and

landscapes here. Let's dance the aboriginal dance of Flower

H'Mong, explore Sapa's largest and most mysterious cave

of Ta Phin village, wear brocade clothing and eat BBQ

somewhere in the middle of the pine forests.

Thanks to the fresh air, nice weather, and mountain set

on high, Sapa's grilled food has become a signature that is

immersed in the essence of nature, from sweet potatoes to

village chicken (ga ban), or "carried-under-arm" pigs (lon

cap nach: a freely-fed local pig which was caught, and carried

under arms to the market). What you are you waiting for but

to marvel at the exotic flavors on your taste buds?

The town changes as time goes, blossoming with wild

flowers in spring, smothering with iridescent rice fields in

summer, ripping with primrose golden plants in autumn,

and then wuthering with white winds and sometimes, snow,

in winter. Each change is marked with different festivals held

by different ethnic groups. With 6 different ethnic people

inhibiting the town in different villages, including the Kinh,

H'Mong (Flower H'Mong and Black H'Mong), Dao, Tay,

Giay, and the Xa Pho, Sapa is a cultural and nature heritage

of Vietnam.

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destination Bµi vµ ∂nh: Th’ Anh

CHáO KAYAK CHINH PH|C NH~NG "VëNH H—P"

Nät Æ∆c bi÷t cÒa Krabi tr≠Ìc tin Æ’n tı nh˜ng Æ∂o Æ∏ v´i sıng

s˜ng gi˜a bi”n trÍi xanh ngæt. C„ r†t nhi“u tour Æi ngæm Æ∂o Î

Æ©y vµ mÁi cÙm Æ∂o Æ“u c„ nh˜ng kh∏c bi÷t. C„ Æ∂o nÊi ti’ng

vÌi san h´, Æ∂o kh∏c nÊi ti’ng vÌi nh˜ng Ƶn c∏ nhi“u mµu sæc

b¨i lÈi cÔng con ng≠Íi. C„ nh˜ng Æ∂o lµ nhµ cÒa nh˜ng chÛ mÃo

hoang, hay nh˜ng cÙm Æ∂o tπo thµnh nh˜ng vÚng n≠Ìc nh≠ "Ëc

Æ∂o" gi˜a bi”n kh¨i.

ßi“u lµm t´i †n t≠Óng nh†t lµ tour chÃo thuy“n kayak Î Ao

Thalane, n¨i c„ khu rıng Æ≠Ìc Æãp nh†t Th∏i Lan. KhÎi Æ«u

hµnh tr◊nh, chÛng t´i xu´i m∏i chÃo qua vfinh n≠Ìc l∆ng s„ng Æ”

rÂi cho∏ng ngÓp khi ti’n s∏t c∏c d∑y nÛi Æ∏ v´i sıng s˜ng, c∂m

gi∏c nh≠ sæp ÆÊ sÀp. H¨n lÛc nµo h’t, tπi Æ©y m◊nh c∂m nhÀn

Æ≠Óc s˘ nh· bä cÒa con ng≠Íi gi˜a nÛi non trÔng Æi÷p vµ bi”n

c∂ mnh m´ng.

Theo ng≠Íi h≠Ìng d…n vin nhi÷t t◊nh vµ hµi h≠Ìc, chÛng t´i Æi

xuyn qua c∏c d∑y nÛi, qua c∏c b∑i c∏t vµ Æ∂o nh·, tr≠Ìc khi lπc

vµo mÈt th’ giÌi hoµn toµn kh∏c, vÌi rıng Æ≠Ìc xanh tËt rÓp trÍi.

ßoµn kayak chÛng t´i l≠Ìt qua nh˜ng "vfinh hãp", nhi“u lÛc ph∂i

nghing ng≠Íi nªm xuËng Æ” thuy“n tr´i qua c∏c r‘ c©y ngang

d‰c, hay chui qua c∏c hang ÆÈng th†p. Tr∂i nghi÷m h∑i hÔng,

nh≠ng cÚng thÛ vfi nh†t lµ khi chÛng t´i v´ t◊nh lπc vµo "trÀn

chi’n" cÒa hai b«y khÿ hung d˜. Th´ng th≠Íng c∏c chÛ khÿ kh∏

th©n thi÷n, dÔ c„ h¨i manh ÆÈng mÈt chÛt, nh≠ng khi chÛng

Æ∏nh nhau tranh giµnh th¯c ®n th◊ sœ c˘c k˙ hung tÓn.

Thÿnh tho∂ng g∆p c∏c Æoµn kayak Æi tı h≠Ìng ng≠Óc lπi, ng≠Íi

h≠Ìng d…n cÒa chÛng t´i h·i Æoµn thuy“n ÆËi di÷n: "C∏c anh c„

th†y c∏ s†u vµ ræn Î ph›a Æ„ kh´ng?" Nh˜ng c©u h·i r†t thÀt ki”u

nµy lµm chÛng t´i vıa hoang mang vıa h∏o h¯c. Qu∑ng Æ≠Íng

dµi 12km vµ m†t 4 ti’ng Æ” chÃo nh≠ng ai trong chÛng t´i cÚng

kh´ng c∂m th†y m·i m÷t vµ muËn Æi ti’p. K’t thÛc chuy’n Æi,

Æoµn dıng tπi mÈt b∑i tæm nh· xinh, chÿ c„ chÛng t´i th·a m◊nh

b¨i lÈi Î Æ„.

BuÊi tËi Î Krabi kh∏ s´i ÆÈng vÌi

d∑y hµng qu∏n s∏t bÍ bi”n. Sau

khi ®n tËi Î nhµ hµng vÌi ban nhπc

sËng, chÛng t´i Æi dπo quanh thfi

tr†n vµ mua ÆÂ l≠u ni÷m. ChÛng

t´i ghä vµo qu∏n rock. Kh´ng

ph∂i lµ ng≠Íi th›ch rock cho læm

nh≠ng khi b≠Ìc vµo qu∏n nµy, t˘

nhin t´i bfi l´i cuËn bÎi nh˜ng

bµi rock s´i ÆÈng vÌi mµn bi”u

di‘n th≠Óng thıa cÒa tay trËng

vµ lËi bi”u di‘n t˘ nhin cÒa n˜

ca s‹. MÈt anh bπn trong Æoµn,

vËn lµ fan nhi÷t thµnh cÒa rock,

Æ∑ Æ∏nh gi∏ cao qu∏n rock nµy.

Vµ thÀt thi’u s„t n’u Æ’n Krabi

mµ kh´ng thˆ massage truy“n

thËng ki”u Th∏i. C∏c ti÷m

massage c„ m∆t khæp m‰i n¨i,

c∏ch vµi b≠Ìc ch©n lπi c„ mÈt

ti÷m. C∏c nh©n vin Î Æ©y lµm

vi÷c r†t chuyn nghi÷p vµ tr∏ch

nhi÷m. Sau nˆa ngµy chÃo

thuy“n vµ Æi bÈ, kh´ng g◊ tuy÷t

vÍi h¨n lµ k’t thÛc mÈt ngµy vÌi

m„n massage Th∏i.

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Nhæc Æ’n bi”n Æ∂o Th∏i Lan, chæc hºn nhi“u ng≠Íi sœ ngh‹ ngay Æ’n

Phuket vÌi nh˜ng b∑i c∏i træng tr∂i dµi d≠Ìi nh˜ng hµng dıa xanh.

Vµi n®m trÎ lπi Æ©y, Krabi nÊi ln nh≠ mÈt Æi”m Æ’n thay th’ cho

Phuket vËn Æ∑ qu∏ t∂i, nhÍ mang h«u h’t nh˜ng tinh tÛy cÒa Phuket

nh≠ng v…n cn th≠a kh∏ch du lch.

TRAVELLIVE 113


©Mialiv


MóT L¡N CHÑM MÖT K∞ ßÄ KH‡NG L¤

ô KOH HONG

Ngµy th¯ 2 Î Krabi, chÛng t´i tham gia tour Æi Æ∂o Koh Hong. T´i

Æ∑ quy’t Æfinh kh´ng Æi Koh Phi Phi cÚng Î g«n Ɔy, dÔ Æ„ lµ Æ∂o

nÊi ti’ng nh†t, bÎi Æ∂o nµy qu∏ Æ´ng vµ h«u nh≠ m‰i du kh∏ch

sœ ch‰n tour Æ∂o nµy. Thay vµo Æ„, t´i ch‰n Koh Hong, hfln Æ∂o

nh· xinh vÌi r†t nhi“u c∏. ChÛng t´i thu ring mÈt chi’c thuy“n

cao tËc, gi∏ c∂ kh´ng qu∏ Ææt so vÌi Æi chung cÔng nh˜ng nh„m

kh∏ch kh∏c. N’u Æi chung, thuy“n sœ chÎ kho∂ng 30 - 40 ng≠Íi vÌi

gi∏ 800Baht/kh∏ch (t≠¨ng Æ≠¨ng 500.000VNß). Cfln khi thu

thuy“n ring, chÛng t´i chÿ Æi 12 ng≠Íi vÌi gi∏ 1.000Baht (t≠¨ng

Æ≠¨ng 650.000VNß).

BuÊi s∏ng, xe ´t´ Æ„n chÛng t´i Î kh∏ch sπn ÆÛng giÍ Æ∑ hãn, vµ

chÿ m†t kho∂ng 5 phÛt di chuy”n tı kh∏ch sπn ra b’n thuy“n. T´i

c˘c k˙ †n t≠Óng v◊ quy tr◊nh lµm vi÷c chuyn nghi÷p Î Æ©y. H‰ t˘

ÆÈng Æ’n Æ„n, Æ≠a ra b’n thuy“n, ng≠Íi l∏i xe ´t´ giao chÛng t´i

cho thÒy thÒ, thÒy thÒ d…n chÛng t´i ln thuy“n. T´i kh´ng ph∂i

g‰i Æi÷n d∆n dfl, h·i han nhi“u th¯ nh≠ nh˜ng n¨i kh∏c. ThÀt thÛ

vfi khi chÛng t´i Æ≠Óc tho∂i m∏i Æi lπi trn thuy“n, qu∂ Æ∏ng ÆÂng

ti“n b∏t gπo.

TH§NG TIN TH£M:

ñ Tı TP.HCM ho∆c Hµ

NÈi, bπn c„ th” bay vÌi

c∏c h∑ng hµng kh´ng gi∏

rΠNok Air, Jetstar, Vietjet,

Air Asia, Thai Airways tÌi

s©n bay Suvarnabhumi ho∆c

Don Muang (Bangkok). Tı

Bangkok Æi Krabi, Æ∆t vä cÒa

Nok Air, vÌi 1 chuy’n duy

nh†t trong ngµy khÎi hµnh

lÛc 10h s∏ng vµ tı Krabi

- Bangkok khÎi hµnh lÛc

11h s∏ng. N’u Æi m∏y bay,

bπn sœ m†t g«n 1 ngµy Æ”

di chuy”n, kh∏ tËn thÍi gian.

L«n th¯ 2 trÎ lπi Krabi, t´i

Æ∑ ch‰n Æi bªng ´t´, Æ∆t vä

Î trang: https://12go.asia/en.

Xe chπy kho∂ng 10 ti’ng, tı

8h tËi Æ’n s∏ng sÌm h´m

sau. Xe kh∏ch ch†t l≠Óng

cao chπy r†t tho∂i m∏i,

kh´ng b m÷t.

ñ Krabi lµ trung t©m th

tr†n, n¨i tÀp trung s©n

bay, b’n xe. Bπn ph∂i bæt

xe Æ” di chuy”n Æ’n th

tr†n Ao Nang. C„ xe bu˝t

nhanh gi∏ t≠¨ng Æ≠¨ng

100.000VNß ho∆c thu xe

ring 4 chÁ vÌi gi∏ 600Baht

(390.000VNß).

ßi”m Æ«u tin, chÛng t´i Æ’n Ko Lao

Lading, hfln Æ∂o nh· xinh vÌi nhi“u

chÛ mÃo hoang Æ∏ng yu. ß∂o nµy c„

mÈt lËi Æi nh· r†t Æãp Æ” Æi ra b∑i sau.

Nghÿ mÈt l∏t, chÛng t´i Æi ti’p Æ’n

Koh Phak Bia. ß©y lµ mÈt cÙm Æ∂o,

nËi vÌi nhau bÎi mÈt con Æ≠Íng gi†u

m◊nh d≠Ìi m∆t n≠Ìc. Khi thÒy tri“u

rÛt xuËng, con Æ≠Íng nh´ ln trÎ

thµnh mÈt b∑i c∏t træng, giËng nh≠

ßi÷p S¨n thÒy Æπo Î Kh∏nh Hfla mµ

bπn tıng bi’t.

ô Æ∂o nµy c„ nhi“u loµi c∏ lπ. C„ loπi

c∏ s‰c vªn vµng th≠Íng Æi theo Ƶn c„

Î khæp n¨i. C∏ch t◊m g∆p nh˜ng chÛ

c∏ nµy lµ l∆n men theo c∏c d∂i Æ∏ d‰c

Æ∂o. N’u bπn l∆n theo c∏ch nµy, h∑y

cÀn thÀn Æ” kh´ng Æ” bfi s„ng Æ∏nh va

vµo Æ∏ ho∆c x≠Ìc ch©n tay. Sau mÈt

ti’ng, chÛng t´i ln tµu Æ” tÌi Æi”m

Æ’n ti’p theo: Hong Lagoon. ô Krabi

c„ r†t nhi“u lagoon (Æ«m n≠Ìc Æ≠Óc

bao quanh bÎi c∏c Æ∂o), nh≠ng nÊi

ti’ng nh†t lµ Hong Lagoon.

BBC Æ∑ x’p Koh

Hong lµ mÈt

trong nh˜ng b∑i

bi”n Æãp nh†t

ch©u É. ßi“u l´i

cuËn du kh∏ch

lµ nh˜ng Ƶn c∏

nhi“u mµu sæc

Æang b¨i lÈi d≠Ìi

lµn n≠Ìc trong

xanh tr¯ danh

cÒa Krabi.

ß«m n≠Ìc nµy quy’n rÚ bÎi lµn

n≠Ìc mµu xanh ng‰c r†t ÆÀm vµ

Æ∆c tr≠ng. ô Æ©y cfln c„ c∂ mÈt

khu rıng Æ≠Ìc nh·, chÿ c„ mÈt

Æ≠Íng ÆÈc Æπo Æ” Æi vµo vµ Æi ra.

Khi thuy“n l≠Ìt nhã qua c∏nh

cÊng Æ≠Óc tπo thµnh tı hai v∏ch

Æ∏ cao, ai cÚng ph∂i  ln ngπc

nhin v◊ vŒ Æãp cÒa Æ«m ph∏ nµy.

CuËi cÔng, chÛng t´i cÚng Æ’n

Æ≠Óc Koh Hong vµo lÛc gi˜a tr≠a.

ChÛng t´i ki’m mÈt c∏i bµn lÌn

ngay s∏t b∑i bi”n, d≠Ìi t∏n c©y

m∏t vµ bµy b˜a tr≠a Æ∑ chu»n bfi

tı s∏ng. V“ Æi”m nµy, t´i muËn

n„i r‚ thm, v◊ Æi thuy“n ring

vµ kh´ng c„ h≠Ìng d…n vin nn

tour kh´ng c„ ÆÂ ®n tr≠a. Thay

vµo Æ„, chÛng t´i mua ÆÂ ®n tr≠a

Î Ao Nang, thfi tr†n du lfich ch›nh

cÒa Krabi, vµo ngµy tr≠Ìc hµnh

tr◊nh Æi Æ∂o.

ßang th¨ th»n ngÂi nghÿ th◊ mÈt

Æi“u Æ∏ng sÓ Æ∑ x∂y ra khi cÀu

bπn cÔng Æoµn hÌt h∂i chπy v“

vµ th´ng b∏o c„ mÈt con thªn lªn

to h¨n ng≠Íi Æang l˜ng th˜ng Æi

m†y bµn k’ bn. ChÛng t´i ÆÊ ra

xem c„ chuy÷n g◊. Qu∂ kh´ng sai,

Æ„ lµ mÈt con k˙ Ƶ r†t lÌn. T´i

ch≠a tıng th†y con k˙ Ƶ nµo lÌn

nh≠ vÀy, dµi kho∂ng 2m, Æang Æi

dπo ki’m ÆÂ ®n vµ kh´ng c„ d†u

hi÷u cho th†y n„ sÓ hay c„ ˝ Æfinh

t†n c´ng con ng≠Íi.

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kh´ng gian yn b◊nh vµ thanh sπch cÒa th

tr†n duyn h∂i Ao Nang Æ∑ mang lπi mÈt

c∂m gi∏c nh≠ ch†t men say kh„ phai mÍ khi

bπn Î yn hay lÛc Æ∑ rÍi xa Æ„.

ChÛng t´i quay trÎ lπi vµ chu»n bfi ÆÂ Æ” xuËng bi”n l∆n. C«n ph∂i

n„i thm, g«n Æ©y BBC Æ∑ x’p Koh Hong lµ mÈt trong nh˜ng b∑i

bi”n Æãp nh†t Ch©u É. Tuy vÀy, b∑i c∏t vµ lµn n≠Ìc trong xanh v…n

ch≠a ph∂i lµ th¯ h†p d…n nh†t ÆËi vÌi du kh∏ch. ßi“u l´i cuËn du

kh∏ch lµ nh˜ng Ƶn c∏ nhi“u mµu sæc Æang b¨i lÈi d≠Ìi lµn n≠Ìc

kia. ChÛng kh´ng h“ sÓ con ng≠Íi, b¨i quanh khu tæm mÈt c∏ch

t˘ do tho∂i m∏i. ßi“u Æ„ khi’n chÛng t´i c„ th” ngÂi gi˜a Ƶn c∏

vµ ch¨i ÆÔa vÌi chÛng.

C„ nh˜ng con c∏ to bªng hai bµn tay thong th∂ b¨i lÈi. Quy Æfinh Î

Æ©y kh´ng Æ≠Óc cho c∏ ®n b†t c¯ th¯ g◊, nh≠ng cÚng c„ mÈt sË du

kh∏ch v´ t◊nh (ho∆c cË ˝) th∂ Æ ®n xuËng n≠Ìc khi’n hµng tr®m

chÛ c∏ qu©y lπi mÈt chÁ, c∂nh t≠Óng th˘c s˘ †n t≠Óng.

B¨i lÈi kho∂ng hai ti’ng, chÛng t´i quay lπi c∂ng n¨i thuy“n ÆÓi,

rÂi v“ thºng Ao Nang. H´m Æ„ bi”n h¨i ÆÈng, chi’c thuy“n cao

tËc l≠Ìt trn c∏c con s„ng cao, thÿnh tho∂ng va mπnh vµo c¨n s„ng

lÌn, lµm chÛng t´i giÀt m◊nh ph†n kh›ch.

K’t thÛc mÈt ngµy vi vu s„ng n≠Ìc, sau khi tæm rˆa Î kh∏ch sπn,

t´i quay lπi b’n thuy“n n¨i c„ d∑y phi lao xanh r◊ Æ” Æ„n hoµng

h´n. ß∑ tıng Æ„n hoµng h´n Î nhi“u n¨i nh≠ng ph∂i thÛ th˘c

rªng hoµng h´n Î Ao Nang v…n tuy÷t vÍi nh†t. Kh´ng gian yn

b◊nh vµ thanh sπch cÒa thfi tr†n duyn h∂i nµy Æ∑ mang lπi mÈt

c∂m gi∏c nh≠ ch†t men say kh„ phai mÍ khi bπn Î yn hay lÛc

Æ∑ rÍi xa Æ„.

TH§NG TIN TH£M:

KHÉCH SÑN:

ñ Bπn c„ th” t◊m Æ∆t

kh∏ch sπn tπi trang

Booking.com ho∆c Agoda.

com. C„ r†t nhi“u loπi

nhµ nghÿ tı b◊nh d©n

Æ’n cao c†p. Gi∏ phng

cho 2 ng≠Íi kho∂ng 600

- 800Baht (t≠¨ng Æ≠¨ng

390.000 - 520.000VNß).

THU£ XE MÉY:

ñ N’u muËn di chuy”n

quanh th tr†n Ao Nang,

bπn c„ th” thu xe

m∏y vÌi gi∏ 150.000

- 200.000VNß. L≠u ˝ Î

Th∏i l∏i xe bn tr∏i.

¬M TH#C:

ñ Krabi nªm Î mi“n Nam

Th∏i Lan, n¨i Æa sË c≠

d©n theo Æπo HÂi nn tht

heo sœ kh´ng xu†t hi÷n

phÊ bi’n trong c∏c menu.

ô Æ©y c„ r†t nhi“u hµng

qu∏n ven Æ≠Íng, mÎ cˆa

lÛc 4-5h chi“u, vÌi nhi“u

m„n t´m chin, m˘c

n≠Ìng, m˘c chin, vãm

bi”n n≠Ìng, h†p. Gi∏ mÁi

ph«n kh∏ rŒ, vÌi 100Baht

(65.000VNß). Bπn nn

thˆ m„n g·i Æu ÆÒ Som

Tam vµ canh chua Th∏i

Tom Yum, nh≠ng nhÌ n„i

"No spicy" ho∆c "mai phet"

(kh´ng cay) v◊ ng≠Íi d©n Î

Æ©y ®n r†t cay.

ßÖT TOUR:

ñ Du kh∏ch kh´ng t˘ Æi

c∏c Æ∂o Æ≠Óc mµ ph∂i Æ∆t

qua nhµ tour. C„ r†t nhi“u

c´ng ty du lch cung c†p

c∏c tour, gi∏ c∂ cÚng ngang

nhau. ß’n Ao Nang, bπn

c„ th” t˘ Æ∆t tour lu´n.

C„ c∏c tour nh≠ sau:

- Phi Phi Island: 1000Baht

(650.000VNß)

- Hong Island: 800Baht

(520.000VNß)

- Ao Thalane kayaking tour:

500Baht (390.000VNß)

LU ≥ TRANG PH|C:

ñ Trang phÙc Æi bi”n, bπn

Æıng qun ÆÂ b¨i, mÚ,

k›nh vµ kem chËng næng.

N’u Æi nhi“u tour, bπn c„

th” c©n nhæc mua c∏c tÛi

Æ˘ng Æ chËng n≠Ìc, dung

t›ch tı 5 l›t Æ’n 20 l›t, gi∏

ti“n dao ÆÈng tı 150Baht

Æ’n 350Baht.

QUÄ LU NIåM:

ñ C„ r†t nhi“u cˆa hµng

l≠u ni÷m Î d‰c c∏c con

phË, qu«n ∏o c„ in bi”u

t≠Óng cÒa Krabi. C∏c t≠Óng

voi, cÛ bi”u t≠Óng cÒa

Th∏i Lan c„ th” d‘ dµng

bæt g∆p Î b†t c¯ hµng l≠u

ni÷m nµo. ß∏ng chÛ ˝

nh†t lµ c∏c huy hi÷u nam

ch©m (magnet) bi”u t≠Óng

Krabi r†t Æãp mæt vµ chÿ

c„ th” mua Î Æ©y, vÌi gi∏

100Baht/3 chi’c.

©Sakda Anancharoenyos

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destination

wheN tAlKiNG ABOut BeAches iN thAilANd, everYONe

seems tO meNtiON phuKet - the mOst pOpulAr plAce

with white pOwderY sANd BeAch stretchiNG uNder

THe SHADe OF COCONUT TreeS. HOWeVer, IN reCeNT

YeArs, KrABi hAs riseN As A New ideAl chOice wheN

PHUKeT IS OVerWHeLMeD WITH VISITOrS. AS BeAUTIFUL

As phuKet, KrABi is Quieter ANd perhAps eveN mOre

CHArMING IN ITS OWN WAY.

Text and photos: The Anh

TRAVELLIVE 11


Kayaking to the stunning fjords

The charm of Krabi first comes from magnificent limestone

islands standing out in the blue sea. There are various tours

for visitors as each group of islands and islet has its own

distinct beauty. Some islands are renowned for coral reefs

while others offer guests sights of colorful fish swimming

happily about. Some islands are home to wild cats. There

are even groups of islets creating an "oasis" in the ocean.

What impressed me most during my stay there was kayaking in

Ao Thalane by the most beautiful mangrove forest in Thailand.

To start the journey, we kayaked through a calm area. I couldn't

choose the right words to express how imposing the limestone

cliffs were. When approaching them, I felt as if they were about to

collapse on us. At that moment, should you venture there yourself,

perhaps you will feel as I did, knowing how tiny we all are before

the impressive mountains and endless ocean.

Following our humorous and enthusiastic guide in our silent kayaks

we crossed past cliffs, beaches,

and islets before becoming

immersed in a new world of lush

mangroves. We swept through

the "fjords", sometimes bending

down to sail through a maze of

roots or go through low caves. The

most frightening yet intriguing

experience was getting lost in the

"battle" of two aggressive groups

of monkeys. The monkeys are

usually friendly and just a bit

mischievous. However, when

they must fight for food, they have

a temper to be reckoned with.

Sometimes, when we met

other groups kayaking from the

opposite direction, our guide


kept asking them "Hey guys, did

you see crocodiles and snakes

that way?" This kind of question

made us both excited and scared.

It took us 4 hours to paddle about

12km, but no one felt tired, just

more eager to continue on. To

complete the kayak course, we

stopped at a pretty beach and

enjoy swimming there a while.

The night in Krabi was

effervescent with restaurants

and bars along the beach. After

enjoying dinner and live music

at a local restaurant, we strolled

down the town to buy some

souvenirs. On the way, we

stopped at a rock bar. I am not

terribly interested in rock music, yet when entering the bar, I was

enticed by the exciting music and great performances of drumplayers

and the female singer. One of my friends, a true rocker at

heart, thoroughly approved of the bar.

Your trip to Krabi wouldn't be complete without a Thai massage.

Massage salons can be found at every corner. The staff are

professional and caring. What would be better than ending your

day of kayaking with relaxing Thai massage therapies?

Koh Hong has been listed

as by BBC as one of the

most beautiful beach in

Asia. However, its distinct

attraction must come from

colorful fishes swimming in

turquoise water.

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Face to face with giant Iguana in Koh Hong

On the second day in Krabi, we joined in a tour to Koh Hong Island.

I decided not to visit nearby Koh Phi Phi which is too popular with

visitors. Koh Hong is a small island featuring plenty of pretty fishes.

We rented an express boat that was not much more expensive than

sharing a boat with other visitors. The boat can carry about 30-40

people for 800 bath (about 22USD)/ pax while for our charter boat,

we, a group of 12, only paid 1000bath per person.

In the morning, the passenger car picked us up at the hotel. It took

only 5 minute to reach the wharf. I was really impressed by their

professional manner in taking care of clients. The driver came on

time, transferred us to the wharf, introduced us to a sailor and then

the sailor guided us to the boat. There was nothing required of us

but to enjoy the trip. More than that, we were allowed to freely walk

on the boat. This was one trip which was hands down really worth

the money.

Our first destination was Ko Lao Lading, a small island with lovely

wild cats. There is a stunning pathway leading inland past the

beach. After taking a short rest there, we continued to Koh Phak

Bia, a cluster of islets connected by a road under the sea. When

the tide is low, the road appears as a long stretch of white sands,

similar to Diep Son in Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam.

Numerous exotic fishes can be found there. Schools of zebra fish

happily swim around. You can dive along the stone around the

island to "make friend" with them should you feel so inclined. Be

aware of waves if you don't want to hit the cliffs. After about one

hour, we got back to the boat, and travelled to Hong Lagoon - the

most renowned lagoon among the many lagoons in Krabi.

The Hong Lagoon is enchanting with its signature emerald water.

You can also visit a small mangrove forest on the exclusive road.

As the boat was sweeping through the natural gate formed by two

high cliffs, everyone got excited about the beauty of this lagoon.

We finally reached Koh Hong at noon. We set a large table near the

water, under the shade of trees and got ready for a well-prepared

lunch. As we rent a private boat without a guide, lunch wasn't

included. Instead, we bought food at Ao Nang, the main tourist

hub of Krabi, the day before heading to Koh Hong.

While we were relaxing on the beach, one of my companions

frantically ran back and informed that he just saw a lizard which

was as big as a human walking on the beach. We all followed

him to meet the giant iguana. It was the biggest lizard that I have

ever seen. The 2 meter long iguana was strolling down the beach,

searching for food. There was no sign showing that it was about to

notice us, let alone give much of a care about our presence.

Said goodbye to our giant friend,

we started enjoying our diving trip.

Koh Hong has been listed by the

BBC as one of the most beautiful

beach in Asia. However, powdery

sand beach with turquoise water

is not the most attractive thing

to visitors. Its distinct attraction

comes from the colorful fishes that

seem accustomed to the presence

of people. We considered them

friends and had great fun with the

little companions of the sea.

The fish came in all shapes, sizes,

colors, and variations. You could

even see large fishes which are as

big as your two hands. Visitors

are not allowed to feed the fish,

yet someone accidentally (or

deliberately) dropped food into

the water, making hundreds of

fish gather together. What an

impressive scene!

After diving for about two hours,

we headed back to the boat,

travelling to Ao Nang. The sea

was quite rough which made for a

rather exciting as the boat surfed

through high waves.

My day ended with a gorgeous

sunset on beach where casuarina

trees were singing the song of

the wind. Having contemplated

sunsets in many different places,

I must say that sunset in Ao Nang

was most amazing. The tranquil

atmosphere of the coastal town

will certainly impress you with

unforgettable impressions.

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FURTHER INFORMATION

ITINERARy:

ñ You can fly with Nok Air, Jetstar,

Vietjet, Air Asia, or Thai Airways from

Hanoi or HCMC to Suvarnabhumi or

Don Muang airport (Bangkok). From

Bangkok, take a flight operated by Nok

Air to Krabi. There is only on flight

departing at 10:00am from Bangkok

to Krabi. On the reverse route, the

flight departs at 11:00am from Krabi. It

could take you almost a day to travel

by plane. You can also go by passenger

car. Please visit https://12go.asia/en for

further information. It takes about 10

hours by car, from 8:00 pm to early

morning the next day; however, the

high-quality cars are very comfortable.

ñ There are many bus stations in Krabi.

You can also take a car to Ao Nang.

Express buses costs about 4USD/

ticket while a rental 4-seat car costs

about 17USD/ day.

HOTEL:

ñ Search for suitable hotel on Booking.

com or Agoda.com. There are various

types of accommodation from hostels

to luxurious hotels. The average rate is

about 17 - 23USD/night.

RENTAL MOTORBIKE:

ñ Rent a motorbike to easily travel

around Ao Nang for about 6 - 8USD/

day. Be noted that Thai people drive

on the left side.

FOOD

ñ Located in the southern Thailand

where majority of people are

Muslim, so pork is not widely served.

Numerous restaurants open at 4

- 5:00pm serving fried prawn, grilled

squid, fried squid, steamed or grilled

mussels. Dishes are quite cheap at

about 2USD/plate. You should also try

som tam (papaya salad) and tom yum

(Thai sour soup). Remember to order

"no spicy" or "mai phet" as the dishes

are extremely spicy.

TOUR:

ñ You are require to buy a tour to visit

the islands. There are many agencies

offering the same quote. You can book

a tour in Ao Nang. Prices:

+ Phi Phi Island: 1000Baht (29USD)

+ Hong Island: 800Baht (23USD)

+ Ao Thalane kayaking tour: 500 baht

(17USD)

OUTFIT:

ñ Bring swimsuit, glasses, sunscreen,

and necessary items with you. If you

want to join different tours, you can

buy waterproof bags from 5l to 20l, for

150 to 350Baht.

SOUVENIRS:

ñ There are numerous shops selling

souvenirs and T-shirts with the

symbol of Krabi. Elephant statues are

everywhere. Magnets with the symbol

of Krabi are eye-catching and couldn't

be found in any other place. Price:

100Baht/3 magnets.

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destination

Ait Benhaddou

NG§I LÄNG C‡ QUÉI

BõC RA T\ TH⁄

GIõI PHIM ÅNH

Maroc Æ∑ khi’n t´i ngπc nhin vµ th›ch thÛ vÌi

thµnh phË c∂ng thanh lch Tangier, Casablanca

mÈng m¨ trong phim ∂nh hay Fez nªm s©u trong

lÙc Æa vµ Marrakesh rÈng lÌn, hıng h˘c s¯c sËng.

Tuy nhin, Ait Benhaddou mÌi thÀt s˘ †n t≠Óng

theo mÈt c∏ch kh∏c.

Bµi & ∂nh: Thu Giang

Ng´i lµng nªm v“ ph›a ß´ng Nam Ma-rËc nµy

Æ∑ Æ≠Óc UNESCO c´ng nhÀn lµ di s∂n th’ giÌi

vµo n®m 1987, cÚng lµ n®m bÈ phim The Living

Daylights Æ≠Óc quay tπi Æ©y. Ait Benhaddou cfln

lµ phim tr≠Íng cÒa nhi“u bÈ phim nÊi ti’ng nh≠

Lawrence of Arabia, Chi’n tranh gi˜a c∏c v◊ sao...

C∏ch Ouarzazate kho∂ng 30km vµ »n m◊nh d≠Ìi

ch©n nÛi High Atlas, Ait Benhaddou lµ mÈt trong

nh˜ng Æi”m Æ’n du lfich hµng Æ«u tπi Ma-rËc. Ng´i

lµng Æ≠Óc ghi d†u trong t©m tr› cÒa du kh∏ch quËc

t’ bÎi nh˜ng c´ng tr◊nh ki’n trÛc mang phong c∏ch

Æ∆c bi÷t Æ≠Óc g‰i lµ Ksar - mÈt nh„m c∏c tfla nhµ

bªng Ɔt Æ≠Óc bao quanh bÎi nh˜ng b¯c t≠Íng cao.

ß©y vËn lµ mÈt kh´ng gian sËng truy“n thËng cÒa

ng≠Íi b∂n Æfia trn sa mπc Sahara. Tiu bi”u nh†t

lµ nh˜ng ng´i nhµ Kasbah Æ≠Óc x©y bªng Ɔt, cao 3

- 4 t«ng. Bn trong c∏c b¯c t≠Íng bÔn cao lµ 6 khu

v˘c Ksar vµ mÁi Ksar nh≠ th’ c„ kho∂ng 8 gia Æ◊nh

sinh sËng.

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©Andy

Nh˜ng ng´i nhµ kh´ng qu∏ c«u k˙

nh≠ng c∏c t«ng trn cao th◊ lπi Æ≠Óc

trang tr› vÌi hoa v®n dµy Æ∆c vµ chi

ti’t. ß∆c bi÷t, khËi th∏p Î Æ«u c∏c b¯c

t≠Íng Æ≠Óc x©y d˘ng hoµn toµn bªng gπch vµ Ɔt

bÔn theo lËi truy“n thËng. C∏c th∏p nµy Æ≠Óc lµm

c´ng phu h¨n khi chÒ nhµ lµ nh˜ng ng≠Íi c„ cÒa

®n cÒa Æ”. Nhi“u khËi th∏p tr´ng nh≠ nh˜ng chi’c

v≠¨ng mi÷n. Nh≠ng v◊ t†t c∂ Æ“u lµm bªng Ɔt nn

qua thÍi gian vµ m≠a gi„, nhi“u ng´i nhµ Î Æ©y trÎ

nn cÚ k¸, tr´ng nh≠ ph’ t›ch.

Cµng ln cao, khung c∂nh cÒa lµng cµng Æãp vµ

th¨ mÈng. Nh˜ng ng´i Kasbah nh◊n tı trn cao

d≠Ìi næng vµng r˘c rÏ lπi cµng thm quy’n rÚ.

ßËi vÌi nhi“u du kh∏ch, thÍi Æi”m Æãp nh†t Î Ait

Benhaddou ch›nh lµ vµo buÊi chi“u muÈn vµ hoµng

h´n. C„ lœ, t´i sΩn sµng Æ∏nh ÆÊi nhi“u thÛ vui

kh∏c Æ” Æ≠Óc Ưng trn Æÿnh cÒa Ait Benhaddou

vµ ph„ng t«m mæt ra xa th≠Îng th¯c kho∂nh khæc

tuy÷t Æãp trong ngµy.

Visa:

ñ Bπn c„ th” nÈp h s¨ xin

visa Ma-rËc tπi ßπi s¯ qu∏n

Ma-rËc Î sË 9, Chu V®n

An, Ba ß◊nh, Hµ NÈi. S¯

qu∏n sœ c†p visa 1 l«n cho

bπn theo thÍi gian bπn d˘

Ænh xin khi Æ’n Ma-rËc.

HÄNH TRçNH:

ñ Tı Vi÷t Nam, bπn c„ th”

Æ’n Ma-rËc bªng c∏ch sˆ

dÙng c∏c chuy’n bay cÒa

h∑ng hµng kh´ng Turkish

Airlines, Qatar Airways hay

Emirates Airways, gi∏ dao

ÆÈng tı 800 - 1.300USD/

kh¯ hÂi. C∏c chuy’n bay

th´ng th≠Íng transit tπi

Istanbul, Doha hay Abu

Dhabi, sau Æ„ hπ c∏nh

xuËng Casablanca, thµnh

phË lÌn nh†t tπi Maroc. Tı

Æ©y, bπn c„ th” ch‰n Æi xe

bu˝t hay tµu h·a Æ’n Ait

Benhaddou. ChÛng t´i Æ∑ Æi

TH§NG TIN TH£M

xe t˘ l∏i, tı Casablanca Æ’n

Ait Benhaddou m†t 7 ti’ng

ÆÂng hÂ. N’u Æi xe bu˝t sœ

m†t kho∂ng 9 ti’ng.

T§N GIÉO:

ñ Lµ quËc gia HÂi gi∏o nn

du kh∏ch c«n chÛ ˝ mÈt sË

v†n Æ“ khi Æi du lch Æ’n

Ma-rËc. Bπn kh´ng nn sˆ

dÙng tay tr∏i Æ” lµm b†t

c¯ Æi“u g◊ n¨i c´ng cÈng

v◊ Æi“u nµy sœ d‘ g©y ph∂n

c∂m vÌi ng≠Íi d©n khi h‰

cho rªng tay tr∏i lµ kh´ng

sπch sœ. Ng≠Íi Ma-rËc

kh´ng th›ch chÙp ∂nh, nh†t

lµ phÙ n˜ vµ ng≠Íi lÌn tuÊi,

v◊ th’ bπn nn xin phäp

tr≠Ìc khi chÙp ∂nh h‰.

H«u h’t c∏c nhµ thÍ HÂi

gi∏o Î Ma-rËc kh´ng cho

kh∏ch du lch n≠Ìc ngoµi

ngoπi Æπo vµo tham quan,

trı nhµ thÍ Hassan II t‰a lπc

Î thµnh phË Casablanca.

Tham quan:

Nh˜ng Æi”m nn tham

quan tπi Ait Benhaddou:

ñ Khu chÓ trÍi Å RÀp

ñ Khu Æ“n Kasbah Taourit

ñ Khu phim tr≠Íng

Hollywood

ñ Thung lÚng Dr©a: lµ vÔng

Ɔt cÒa nh˜ng c∏nh ÆÂng

c‰, chµ lµ xanh m≠Ìt. VÔng

nµy Æ∑ tıng giµnh gi∂i "Cµnh

c‰ vµng" v“ n´ng nghi÷p

vÌi c∏c s∂n ph»m Æ≠Óc s∂n

xu†t tı chµ lµ vµ Æ∆c bi÷t lµ

m„n Boufaggous nÊi ti’ng.

ñ ˇc Æ∂o Boualouz: mÈt

vÔng ÆÂng bªng rÈng

lÌn, n¨i Æ©y cn Æ≠Óc g‰i

lµ "mÚi tn Sarhro", bÎi

Ëc Æ∂o Æ≠Óc sinh ra bÎi

nh˜ng ng‰n nÛi lˆa khÊng

lÂ, nªm gi˜a nh˜ng d∑y nÛi

trÔng Æi÷p.

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C„ lœ, t´i sΩn

sµng Æ∏nh ÆÊi

nhi“u thÛ vui

kh∏c Æ” Æ≠Óc

Ưng trn

Æÿnh cÒa Ait

Benhaddou vµ

ph„ng t«m mæt

ra xa th≠Îng

th¯c kho∂nh

khæc tuy÷t Æãp

trong ngµy.

Anh Mohamed lµ

mÈt ngh÷ nh©n vœ

tranh lˆa Æ∑ sËng

Î Æ©y 30 n®m. VÌi

nh˜ng c´ng cÙ th´

s¨ ƨn gi∂n, qua

bµn tay khäo läo

cÒa m◊nh, anh Æ∑

tπo nn nh˜ng b¯c

tranh tuy÷t Æãp v“

v®n h„a vµ khung

c∂nh Ma-rËc. Anh chia sŒ, c∏i kh„ ch›nh

lµ c∏ch tπo ph«n "hÂn" cho b¯c tranh

lˆa. ßi“u nµy Æfli h·i s˘ tÿ mÿ, kin tr◊

vµ ni“m Æam m cÒa ng≠Íi ngh÷ s‹. Chÿ

vÌi hai mµu chÒ Æπo lµ mµu træng cÒa

gi†y vµ mµu vµng n©u cÒa m˘c bfi ÆËt

ch∏y, Mohamed Æ∑ tπo Æ≠Óc nh˜ng nät

tËi s∏ng, ÆÀm nhπt, lµm cho b¯c tranh c„

chi“u s©u vµ mang mÈt †n t≠Óng ring.

D≠Íng nh≠ s˘ gi∂n dfi cÒa loπi h◊nh

tranh bÛt lˆa lπi r†t phÔ hÓp Æ” th” hi÷n

nh˜ng khung c∂nh cÊ x≠a nn th¨, tr˜

t◊nh, qua Æ„ giÛp du kh∏ch c∂m nhÀn vµ

hi”u bi’t thm v“ nh˜ng Æfia danh nÊi

ti’ng cÒa Ma-rËc. Anh n„i vÌi t´i rªng

vœ tranh lˆa Æfli h·i s˘ tÿ mÿ ch›nh x∏c

bÎi kh´ng th” t»y x„a n’u vœ sai. V◊ th’,

tr≠Ìc tin ng≠Íi ngh÷ s‹ ph∂i c„ t◊nh yu

vÌi tıng nät vœ, sau Æ„ mÌi c«n tÌi s˘

chuyn c«n vµ chfiu kh„.

T´i Æ∑ k’t thÛc chuy’n tr∂i nghi÷m l˝

thÛ tπi Ait Benhaddou bªng vfi trµ n„ng

hÊi Æ˘ng trong t∏ch bπc tπi mÈt qu∏n

trµ Æfia ph≠¨ng. Ng≠Íi Ma-rËc th≠Íng

ti’p kh∏ch bªng ba loπi trµ vÌi h≠¨ng vfi

vµ ˝ ngh‹a ring. Hoµng h´n Î Æ©y nh≠

muËn n›u käo b≠Ìc ch©n cÒa t´i Î lπi

vÌi n¨i nµy thm n˜a. ô Ma-rËc Æ©u Æ©u

cÚng c„ trµ, Kasbah, nh≠ng ch›nh Î Ait

Benhaddou lπi lµ n¨i Æ” ng≠Íi ta m¨ ≠Ìc

mÈt l«n Æ≠Óc quay trÎ lπi bÎi s¯c quy’n

rÚ t·a ra tı kh´ng gian cÊ k›nh kh´ng

trÈn l…n vÌi b†t k˙ n¨i nµo kh∏c.

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©Ponder The Irrelevant


destination

Morocco caught me off guard with the

elegant harbor city of Tangier, the renowned

poetic Casablanca, Fez deep inside the

continent, and vast Marrakesh with its strong

vitality. However, Ait Benhaddou impressed

me the most in its own way.

straight out of films

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Ait Benhaddou, located

in the Southeastern

Morocco, has been

recognized by UNESCO

as a World Heritage

Site since 1987, the

same year when The Living

Daylights was filmed there. The

village has also been the setting of

famous films such as Lawrence of

Arabia, Star Wars, and Gladiator.

About 30km from Ouarzazate,

Ait Benhaddou, nestled in the

foot mountains of the High Atlas,

is one of the most attractive

places in Morocco. The village

enchants international visitors

with buildings following a special

style called Ksar. Ksar refers to a

group of houses made by soil and

surrounded by high walls, which

is considered the traditional living

space of locals in the Sahara

desert. There are also Kasbah

houses consisting of 3 to 4 floors

made from soil. Inside high mud

walls are 6 ksars, each including

8 families living together.

The houses are not terribly

sophisticated, but the upper floors

are adorned with ornate patterns.

Moreover, a tower is built in each

corner of the wall by brick and

mud in a traditional way.

The more sophisticated the towers

are, the richer their owner is.

Many towers are even so ornate

they look like crowns. However,

as all of them were made from

soil, after years they get old and

fall apart due to the weather.

Reach higher ground and you

will have a chance to take in the

beauty of the village. From above,

the Ksars are more stunning

under vivid desert sunshine.

For many visitors, the best time

to visit Ait Benhaddou is late

afternoon and during sunset. If

you can do only one thing on your

visit here, then make it standing

on the peak of Ait Benhaddou and

overlook the area in the amazing

moment of sunset.

If you can do only one thing on your visit here, then make

it standing on the peak of Ait Benhaddou and overlook the

area in the amazing moment of sunset.

Mr. Mohamed is a fire painter

and has lived there for 30 years.

With simple tools, and skillful

hands, he paints gorgeous

pictures of Morocco's culture

and landscape as well. The most

difficult thing is creating the

"soul" for the painting, he shared.

This requires the patience, skills,

and the passion of a true artist.

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With only two main colors - the white of

paper and the yellow brown of burned

ink, Mohamed creates contrasting lines,

making the picture deep and impressive.

The simplicity of fire painting seems most

suitable to represent the old yet poetic

scenes, allowing visitors to experience and

learn more about the famous destinations

in old Morocco. Mohamed also shared

that we must draw very carefully because

an ill-placed line cannot be erased.

Therefore, an artist must have sincere

passion for fire painting first, then practice

hard for a long time indeed.

I completed my journey to Ait Benhaddou

by enjoying hot tea in a silver cup at a

local tea house. Morrocans usually treat

their guests by three types of tea, each

featuring its own flavor and meaning. The

sunset seemed to want me stay longer.

Tea and Ksars can be found anywhere

in Morocco, but Ait Benhaddou makes

every visitors want to return thanks to its

unparalleled antique beauty.

©Tourdust

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Visa:

ñ You can apply for Morocco

visa at the Morocco Embassy

at No.9, Chu Van An, Ba

Dinh, Hanoi. The Embassy will

issue single-entry visa for you

with the time you plan to visit

Morocco.

Itinerary:

ñ You can fly from Vietnam

to Morocco with Turkish

Airlines, Qatar Airways, or

Emirates Airways. Price is

around USD800-1,300/roundtrip

ticket. The flights often

transit in Istanbul, Doha or

Abu Dhabi before landing to

Casablanca, the largest city in

this country. From there, you

can take bus or train to Ait

Benhaddou. We drove from

Casablanca to Ait Benhaddou

in 7 hours. It would take 9

hours by bus.

Religion:

ñ Morocco is a Muslim

country; please notice some

issues when travelling there.

Traditionally, you shouldn't

use your left hand to do

anything in public areas as

it's considered rude. The

Moroccans do not like taking

photos, especially women and

the old. Therefore, you should

ask their permission first.

Most mosques in Morocco

do not allow non-Mulism

international visitors to come

in, except for Hassan II in

Casablanca.

Sightseeing:

Must-visit destinations include:

ñ Arab flee market

ñ Kasbah Taourit temple

ñ Hollywood studio

ñ Dr©a valley which is the

land of lush palm fields. This

region has gained the "Palme

d'Or" in agriculture with

products made from dates,

especially the renowned

Boufaggous dish.

ñ Boualouz oasis: is a large

delta which is also known as

the Saghro's arrow as the

oasis was created by huge

volcanoes and nestled among

majestic mountains.

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destination

C´ng vin gi∂i tr› Harry Potter lµ c´ng

vin th¯ hai trn th’ giÌi, sau Florida,

Æ≠Óc x©y d˘ng d˘a trn series cÔng tn

cÒa n˜ v®n s‹ J.K. Rowling. Nªm trong

qu«n th” Universal Studios Osaka, bπn

chÿ m†t 20 phÛt di chuy”n tı ga trung

t©m Osaka Station. MÈt sË chi’c tµu Î

Æ©y cfln Æ≠Óc trang tr› vÌi poster cÒa cÀu

bä phÔ thu˚, hay c∏c chÒ Æ“ kh∏c cÒa

phim tr≠Íng Universal.

TÌi ga Universal City, bπn c¯ vi÷c Æi theo

b∂ng chÿ d…n kho∂ng 5 phÛt lµ Æ’n cÊng

phim tr≠Íng, n¨i c„ qu«y b∏n vä. Vä Î

Æ©y Æ≠Óc b∏n cho toµn Universal Studios

ch¯ kh´ng b∏n ring cho c´ng vin

Harry Potter. Vä 1 ngµy cho ng≠Íi lÌn (1-

Day Pass) lµ 7.600Yen bao gÂm thu’, vµ

2 ngµy lµ 12.800Yen. Xung quanh phim

tr≠Íng c„ mÈt sË kh∏ch sπn dµnh cho

kh∏ch muËn x’p hµng vµo cˆa tı s∏ng

sÌm Æ” kh·i ÆÓi l©u.

Universal Studios cfln b∏n vä tËc hµnh

(Express Pass), cho phäp kh∏ch rÛt ngæn

thÍi gian ÆÓi Î mÈt sË trfl ch¨i, ho∆c hãn

giÍ ch¨i cË Æfinh Æ” kh·i x’p hµng l©u.

L≠u ˝ lµ vä nµy Æ≠Óc b∏n ring vµ kh´ng

thay th’ cho vä vµo cˆa. MÈt sË ng≠Íi

ng«n ngπi vÌi sË ti“n ph∂i chi thm cho

vä tËc hµnh, nh≠ng theo t´i th◊ vä nµy r†t

Æ∏ng "ÆÂng ti“n b∏t gπo", Æ∆c bi÷t n’u

bπn x∏c Æfinh chÿ ghä Universal Studios

Osaka mÈt l«n. N’u kh´ng c„ t†m "kim

bµi mi‘n ÆÓi" nµy, th◊ thÍi gian x’p hµng

Î nh˜ng trfl ch¨i hÛt kh∏ch nh≠ Harry

Potter and the Forbidden Journey c„ th”

ln Æ’n 90 phÛt!

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Kh´ng c«n Æ∆t ch©n

Æ’n Anh QuËc xa

x´i, bπn v…n c„ th”

kh∏m ph∏ th’ giÌi

phÔ thu˚ k˙ thÛ vÌi

l©u Ƶi Hogwarts,

lµng Hogsmeade, vµ

thÀm ch› lµ nh˜ng

mµn bi”u di‘n bÔa

phäp ƨn gi∂n

tπi c´ng vin The

Wizarding World of

Harry Potter Î Osaka,

NhÀt B∂n.

Lπc vµo th’ giÌi

Î Osaka

Bµi vµ ∂nh: L Tr◊nh

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Trn Æ≠Íng Æi, bπn c„ th” bæt g∆p

chi’c Xe Bay cÒa Ron cn Æang mæc

kãt Î mÈt bÙi rÀm ven Æ≠Íng, Æ´i

chËc lπi nh∏ ÆÃn, rÛ ga nh≠ Æang

t◊m lπi chÒ cÚ.

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h∏c vÌi nh˜ng ti”u

c∂nh kh∏c trong Universal Studios,

c´ng vin Harry Potter nªm trong

mÈt khu bi÷t lÀp, vÌi Æ≠Íng vµo lµ

mÈt c∏nh rıng th´ng cÔng nhπc

n“n tπo c∂m gi∏c ©m u, huy“n b›

nh≠ khu Rıng C†m bao quanh l©u

Ƶi Hogwarts trong phim. Trn

Æ≠Íng Æi, bπn c„ th” bæt g∆p chi’c

Xe Bay cÒa Ron cfln Æang mæc kãt

Î mÈt bÙi rÀm ven Æ≠Íng, Æ´i chËc

lπi nh∏ ÆÃn, rÛ ga nh≠ Æang t◊m lπi

chÒ cÚ.

ßi d‰c theo c∏nh rıng kho∂ng 2

phÛt, bπn sœ Æ’n Æ≠Óc cÊng lµng

Hogsmeade, vµ sau c∏nh cÊng Æ∏

kin cË nµy ch›nh lµ toa tµu tËc

hµnh Hogwarts Express cÔng vÌi

´ng tr≠Îng tµu trong bÈ ÆÂng phÙc

ÆÀm ch†t Anh QuËc. Bπn c„ th”

x’p hµng Æ” chÙp h◊nh vÌi ´ng

tr≠Îng tµu, ho∆c ch‰n tham gia

mÈt hoπt ÆÈng kh∏c "cool" h¨n: trÊ

tµi phäp thuÀt!

ß©y lµ Æi”m bπn c«n l≠u ˝: Tπi c∏c

cˆa hµng Î Universal Studios, bao

gÂm c´ng vin Harry Potter, c„

bµy b∏n 2 loπi ÆÚa phäp: Original

Wand vµ Magical Wand, tπm g‰i lµ

ÆÚa phäp "xfin". ßÚa phäp magical

chÿ mæc h¨n mÈt chÛt th´i, nh≠ng

Æ≠Óc gæn kÃm mÈt c∂m ¯ng Æ∆c

bi÷t Æ” khi bπn ghä th®m mÈt sË

Æfia Æi”m trong c´ng vin Harry

Potter vµ vung ÆÚa theo mÈt ÆÈng

t∏c nh†t Æfinh nµo Æ„, phäp mµu sœ

x∂y ra!

TrÎ lπi toa tµu tËc hµnh Hogwarts,

bn cπnh Æ«u tµu c„ mÈt sË r≠¨ng

hµnh l˝, n¨i bπn c„ th” th˘c tÀp

c©u th«n chÛ Æ«u tin cÒa m◊nh

vÌi c©y ÆÚa phäp Æ∆c bi÷t. Ng≠Íi

qu∂n trfl sœ h≠Ìng d…n cho bπn

c∏ch vung ÆÚa phäp Æ” khÎi ÆÈng

c∂m bi’n trn chi’c r≠¨ng. Sœ m†t

kho∂ng 2 Æ’n 3 l«n xä nh∏p, nh≠ng

mÈt khi bπn lµm ÆÛng ÆÈng t∏c,

næp r≠¨ng sœ bÀt ra mÈt c∏ch th«n

k˙. R∂i r∏c trong c´ng vin Harry

Potter cfln c„ nhi“u Æfia Æi”m kh∏c

Æ” bπn trÊ tµi vung ÆÚa, nh≠ng

nhÌ lµ ph∂i mua ÆÛng loπi ÆÚa

phäp Æ∆c bi÷t Magical Wand nhä!

Sau khi th®m toa tµu Hogwarts

Express, Æi”m Æ’n ti’p theo lµ

qu«y b∏n bia b¨. C„ kho∂ng 2, 3

qu«y ÆÂ ®n trong c´ng vin n¨i

bπn c„ th” th≠Îng th¯c m„n uËng

yu th›ch cÒa c∏c phÔ thu˚ nh›. Bia

b¨, hay Butterbeer, c„ mµu vµng

hÊ ph∏ch, ph›a trn lµ mÈt lÌp

b‰t kem dµy, uËng vµo c„ vfi ng‰t,


th¨m vµ kh´ng cÂn. Bπn c„ th”

mua c∂ cËc c„ in ch˜ Butterbeer

Æ” v“ lµm k˚ ni÷m. Bn cπnh bia

b¨, c∏c cˆa hµng tπi Æ©y c„ b∏n c∏c

m„n ®n mµ fan Harry Potter ch›nh

hi÷u nµo cÚng bi’t nh≠ s´c´la

nh∏i, kão ÆÒ th¯ mÔi...

C∏c cˆa hµng tπi lµng Hogsmeade

c„ th” khi’n bπn m m»n c∂

ngµy nh≠ ti÷m b∏nh C´ng T≠Ìc

MÀt, ti÷m giÏn PhÔ Thu˚ Qu˚

Qu∏i, vµ thÛ vfi nh†t lµ ti÷m ÆÚa

phäp Olivander. C∏c c©y ÆÚa

phäp Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ r†t c´ng phu,

ÆÛng theo t›nh c∏ch tıng nh©n

vÀt nh≠ Harry, Ron, Hermione,

Dumbledore vµ c∂ Voldermort. Tπi

Æ©y bπn cfln c„ th” tham gia mÈt

tour ngæn, kh∏m ph∏ phflng lµm

vi÷c cÒa ´ng Olivander ƪng sau

mÈt c∏nh cˆa b› mÀt. MÈt kh∏ch

hµng may mæn sœ Æ≠Óc ch‰n Æ”

thˆ ÆÚa phäp, y nh≠ cÀu bä Harry

Potter trong tÀp truy÷n Æ«u tin

n˜a. C∏c ÆÂ vÀt bfi bÔa ’m nh≠ b∂n

ÆÂ Æπo t∆c, toµn th≠ v“ qu∏i vÀt,

chÊi bay... Æ≠Óc tr≠ng bµy r∂i r∏c

trong c∏c ti÷m. Bπn nhÌ Æıng b·

s„t cˆa ti÷m nµo.

ßi”m Æ’n cuËi cÔng trong c´ng

vin Harry Potter, kh´ng Æ©u kh∏c

h¨n l©u Ƶi Hogwarts. Nªm Î vfi tr›

cao nh†t c´ng vin, toµ l©u Ƶi cÊ

k›nh soi b„ng xuËng mÈt h n≠Ìc

Æen th…m bao quanh. ß” tham

gia trfl ch¨i "Harry Potter and the

Forbidden Journey" vÌi hi÷u ¯ng

4D, bπn ph∂i x’p hµng kho∂ng 1

- 2 ti’ng, trı khi bπn mua thm

vä Express Pass lÛc vµo cÊng. Tuy

nhin, bπn c„ th” ch‰n Æi Castle

Walk, t˘ m◊nh kh∏m ph∏ nÈi th†t

cÒa l©u Ƶi, cÚng r†t thÛ vfi mµ

th≠Íng Æ≠Óc vµo ngay mµ kh´ng

c«n chÍ ÆÓi.

Bn trong l©u Ƶi kh∏ ©m u, nh≠ng

mÈt khi Æ´i mæt Æ∑ quen vÌi b„ng

tËi, bπn sœ ph∏t hi÷n nhi“u chi ti’t

r†t thÛ vfi. Bπn sœ Æ≠Óc ghä th®m

v®n phflng cÒa cÙ Dumbledore,

phflng sinh hoπt chung cÒa nhµ

Gryffindor, lÌp h‰c Phflng ChËng

Ngh÷ ThuÀt Hæc ∏m, Æ≠Óc g∆p

c∏c nh©n vÀt quen thuÈc nh≠ Bµ

Bäo, c∏c b¯c ch©n dung bi’t n„i,

vµ d‹ nhin lµ bÈ ba Harry, Ron vµ

Hermione.

K’t thÛc hµnh tr◊nh kh∏m ph∏

c´ng vin Harry Potter, n’u cfln d≠

d∂ thÍi gian, bπn c„ th” tham gia

c∏c trfl ch¨i kh∏c trong Universal

Studios, ho∆c ghä th®m b∂o tµng

b∏nh bπch tuÈc Takoyaki Museum

Î g«n Æ„, n¨i tÀp trung 5 loπi

takoyaki nÊi ti’ng nh†t Osaka. BÀt

m› thm lµ Osaka cfln Æ≠Óc m÷nh

danh thin Æ≠Íng ®n uËng Î NhÀt

B∂n, vÌi nhi“u m„n ®n ngon kh„

c≠Ïng nh≠ b∏nh xÃo okonomiyaki,

b∏nh bπch tuÈc takoyaki, c¨m cuÈn

tr¯ng omurice... Nn bπn c„ th”

k’t hÓp vıa ghä th®m th’ giÌi phÔ

thu˚ huy“n b›, vıa du lfich »m th˘c

lu´n th”.

TH§NG TIN TH£M:

THòI ßIÕM:

ñ ThÍi Æi”m Æãp nh†t Æ” th®m Universal Studios

lµ vµo mÔa xu©n, ÆÈ cuËi th∏ng 3, th∏ng 4 ho∆c

mÔa thu, t«m th∏ng 11. Khi Æ„, bπn c„ th” k’t

hÓp ngæm hoa anh Ƶo ho∆c l∏ Æ·. L≠u ˝ lµ hai

thÍi Æi”m nµy cÚng c˘c k˙ Æ´ng kh∏ch tπi Osaka.

LU ≥:

ñ Bπn kh´ng nn Æ’n c´ng vin Harry Potter vµo

cuËi tu«n, v◊ m‰i cˆa hµng, tr ch¨i sœ chÀt c¯ng

ng≠Íi vµ ÆÓi l©u h¨n ngµy th≠Íng g†p nhi“u l«n.

HOÑT ßóNG KHÉC:

ñ Tı Osaka Æi cË Æ´ Kyoto chÿ m†t kho∂ng 40

phÛt xe lˆa, nn n’u bπn muËn ghä th®m c∏c

Æi”m nÊi ti’ng kh∏c nh≠ rıng trÛc Arashiyama,

Æ“n Fushimi Inari vÌi 5.000 c∏nh cÊng torii... th◊

c„ th” Æi v“ trong ngµy.

ßI LÑI:

ñ Mua JR Pass tr≠Ìc khi Æ’n NhÀt Æ” Æi lπi rŒ

h¨n. Sˆ dÙng Google Maps Æ” bi’t nn Æi ga

nµo, v◊ Î Osaka c„ r†t nhi“u Æ≠Íng tµu do c∏c

c´ng ty kh∏c nhau Æi“u hµnh nh≠ JR, Hankyu,

Hanshin... r†t d‘ rËi. Bπn nn t›nh d≠ thÍi gian Æ”

t◊m Æ≠Íng tπi Osaka!

LI£N LÑC:

ñ N’u Æi ›t ng≠Íi, bπn c„ th” ch‰n mua SIM 3G

cÒa c´ng ty Docomo Æ” ln mπng bªng Æi÷n

thoπi, rŒ h¨n r†t nhi“u so vÌi gi∏ thu thi’t b

WiFi di ÆÈng.

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destination

The Wizarding World of Harry

Potter in Osaka is the second theme

park, after the first in Florida, built

with inspiration from the world

famous writer J.K. Rowling's novel

series - Harry Potter. Located in

the complex of Universal Studios

Osaka, it takes about 20 minutes by

foot from Osaka Station to arrive at

the magical land. Here, some trains

are decorated with the posters of

Harry and other themes of Universal

Studios.

From the Universal City Station,

follow the sign boards and walk

about 5 minutes and you will reach

the studio's gate where the ticket

booth is located. Tickets apply for the

entire Universal Studios, not only

for the Wizarding World of Harry

Potter. A 1-Day Pass for an adult

costs JPY7,600, including tax, while

the 2-day ticket's price is JPY12,800.

Surrounding the studio are some

hotels for guests who want to

queue up for admissions from early

morning to avoid long wait times.

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chest will open magically. Scattered

in the Wizarding World of Harry

Potter are many more attractions

for you to show your skills, but

remember to purchase the right

Magical Wand!

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niversal Studios also

offers the Express

Pass, allowing

guests to shorten

the wait time at

some games, or

set up fixed times

to avoid long queues. You should

notice that the Express Pass is sold

separately and cannot be used as

the Studio Pass. Some people are

hesitant to pay the extra fee for the

Express Pass, but in my opinion,

the Express Pass really gets its

money's worth with it, especially if

you only visit the Universal Studios

Osaka once or twice. Without this

"Wait free pass", your queue time

for some hotspot attractions such

as Harry Potter and the Forbidden

Journey may exceed 90 minutes!

Unlike other parts at Universal

Studios, the Wizarding World

of Harry Potter is situated in a

separate area at the entrance of

a pine forests. The theme music

makes it as mysterious as the

Forbidden forest which surround

Hogwarts castle in the movie.

Along the pathway, you will have

a chance to catch sight of Ron's

Flying Car stuck in a bush in the

road, flashing its lights and revving

its engine as if its seeking its

former owner.

Skirting the forest for about 2

minutes, you will arrive at the

Hogsmeade village gate Behind this

solid stone gate is the Hogwarts

Express with the conductor dressed

in a British-styled uniform. You

can line up to take photos with the

conductor, or partake in a "cooler"

activity: showing your magic skills!

Not that at Universal Studios's

shops, including in the Wizarding

World of Harry Potter, there are 2

kinds of magical wands available

for purchase: Original Wands and

the so-called "genuine" Magical

Wand. The Magical Wand is just

slightly more expensive, but it has

a special inductor so that when you

visit some specific attractions in the

Wizarding World of Harry Potter

and use your wand following some

moves, "magic" really happens!

Back to the Hogwarts Express, next

to the locomotive are some luggage

chests, where you can practice

casting your first spell on with the

special wand. The administrator

will guide you through how to use

your wand to start the inductor

on the chest. It will take 2 or 3

attempts; however, when you

perform the moves correctly, the

Leaving the Hogwarts Express

behind, your next stop must be the

stall selling butter beer! The park

features 2 - 3 food stalls where you

can enjoy the favorite foods and

beverages of the young wizards.

Butterbeer is amber with thick

cream foam. It is sweet, fragrant,

and non-alcohol. You can also buy

the cups with the word "butterbeer"

printed on them for your family

as friends as a gift. Apart from

butterbeer, there are many dishes

that every fan of Harry Potter

knows such as chocolates and

candies with various flavors.

The Hogsmeade village's shops,

including Honeydukes Sweetshop,

Zonko's Joke Shop, and especially

Olivander's Wand Shop easily

entice customers. At Olivander's,

wands are sophisticatedly

There are 2 kinds of magical wands available for purchase:

Original Wands and Magical Wand. In the Wizarding World

of Harry Potter, visit some specific attractions and use your

wand following some moves, "magic" really happens!

designed, with some following the

characteristics of Harry's, Ron's,

Hermione's, Dumbledore's, and

Voldermort's wands as well. Here,

you can join a short tour, exploring

the workplace of Mr. Olivander

behind a secret door. A lucky

visitor will be allowed to try a magic

wand like Harry Potter in the first

episode. Pirate maps, monsters,

flying brooms, and other bewitched

items are displayed in different

shops. You absolutely shouldn't

miss any shop!

The last place in the Harry Potter

themed park is nowhere else but

Hogwarts Castle. Situated on the


highest position of the park,

the antique castle reflects itself

in the surrounding dark lake.

To join the 4D game "Harry

Potter and the Forbidden

Journey", you must line up for

1 - 2 hours, unless you buy the

Express Pass at the entrance.

An alternative is to choose

the Castle Walk to explore the

castle's interior by yourself

- no need to wait, but exciting

too!

Why don't you

both visit the

wizard world and

experience the

culinary culture in

this city?

The space inside castle is

quite gloomy, but when

you get acquainted with

the dark, you will find out

many intriguing things. Visit

the office of Dumbledore,

Gryffindor’s common room,

the Defense Against the Dark

Arts classroom, and meet

popular characters such as the

Fat Lady and other speaking

portraits, and of course

the triad - Harry, Ron, and

Hermione.

When completing your

journey in the Wizarding

World of Harry Potter, you

can spend time partaking

in other games at Universal

Studios or visiting the

Takoyaki Museum nearby

which is home to the five

most famous takoyaki cakes in

Osaka. Osaka is known as the

food paradise in Japan with an

array of delicious dishes such

as okonomiyaki, takoyaki,

and omurice. Why don't you

both visit the wizard world

and experience the culinary

culture in this city?

Time:

ñ The best time to visit Universal

Studios is in spring, from late March

to early April or during autumn

(November) when you can also

contemplate the beauty of cherry

blossom or red leaves. These are also

the high seasons in Osaka.

Notice:

ñ You shouldn't visit the Wizarding

World of Harry Potter on a weekend

as you will have to wait for a while

when it is full of visitors.

Other activities:

ñ It takes only 40 minutes by train

from Osaka to the former capital

Kyoto. Therefore, you can also visit

other destinations such as Arashiyama

Further information:

bamboo forest or Fushimi Inari Shrine

with 5000 torii gates within a day.

Transportation:

ñ Buy the JR Pass before arriving in

Japan to save money. Use Google

Maps to know which stations are

convenient for you as there are

many railways operated by different

companies such as JR, Hankyu, and

Hanshin. They can be confusing, so

spend time on research to find your

way in Osaka.

Contact:

ñ If you travel in a small group, you

should by 3G card by Docomo

company to keep in contact contact

by phone. It is much cheaper than

renting mobile wifi devices.

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990.000VNß++/su†t. Th´ng

tin chi ti’t lin h÷: Kh∏ch sπn

Sheraton Hanoi, K5 Nghi Tµm,

11 Xu©n Di÷u, T©y HÂ, Hµ NÈi.

Tel: 024 3719 9000. Website:

www.sheratonhanoi.com.

NOVOTEL NHA TRANG

ChÒ nhÀt ngµy 16/4, Novotel

Nha Trang sœ mang Æ’n cho

th˘c kh∏ch ti÷c buffet tr≠a l‘

PhÙc Sinh Æ∆c sæc dÔng kÃm

r≠Óu nÊ. Ti÷c tr≠a sœ gÂm

nh˜ng m„n ®n É - ¢u Æ∆c sæc

nh†t cÒa b˜a s∏ng vµ b˜a tr≠a

chÿ vÌi 380.000VNß net/kh∏ch.

H∑y cÔng bπn bÃ, ng≠Íi th©n

Æ’n Æ©y Æ” tÀn h≠Óng mÔa l‘

phÙc sinh kh„ qun tπi nhµ hµng

The Square cÒa Novotel Nha

Trang. Th´ng tin chi ti’t lin h÷:

Kh∏ch sπn Novotel Nha Trang,

50 Tr«n PhÛ, Nha Trang. Tel:

0258 625 6900. Website: www.

novotelnhatrang.com.

SHERATON NHA TRANG

Di‘n ra tı 10h s∏ng Æ’n 8h tËi

ngµy 23/4, Tri”n l∑m c≠Ìi l«n

4 tπi Kh∏ch sπn Sheraton Nha

Trang sœ giÌi thi÷u tÌi kh∏ch

th≠Îng l∑m bÈ s≠u tÀp ∏o c≠Ìi

mÌi nh†t, g„i ti÷c c≠Ìi Æ∆c bi÷t

cÔng nhi“u ≠u Æ∑i tı c∏c nhµ

cung c†p dch vÙ c≠Ìi nh≠ chÙp

h◊nh, trang Æi”m. Ngoµi ra, dµnh

cho c∏c c∆p Æ´i Æ∆t ti÷c vµo

ngµy tri”n l∑m, bπn sœ nhÀn Æ≠Óc

nh˜ng ≠u Æ∑i Æ∆c bi÷t nh≠: mi‘n

ph› bia vµ n≠Ìc ng‰t trong vng

2 giÍ vµ k˙ nghÿ tr®ng mÀt (2

Æm) tπi c∏c kh∏ch sπn quËc t’

Marriott tπi Vi÷t Nam vµ n≠Ìc

ngoµi. Th´ng tin chi ti’t lin h÷

theo sË Æi÷n thoπi: 0258 388

0000. Email: catering.nhatrang@

sheraton.com.

SALINDA RESORT

PH@ QUˇC

Tı nay Æ’n h’t th∏ng 4, Salinda

Resort PhÛ QuËc ∏p dÙng

ch≠¨ng tr◊nh gi∂m gi∏ phng Æ∆c

bi÷t ln Æ’n 35% dµnh cho t†t

c∂ loπi phng nghÿ vµ bi÷t th˘ tπi

Æ©y. H∑y tÀn h≠Îng dch vÙ 5 sao

cho k˙ nghÿ hà cÒa bπn tπi Æ∂o

Ng‰c PhÛ QuËc vÌi gi∏ v´ cÔng

≠u Æ∑i. Chi ti’t lin h÷ theo sË

Æi÷n thoπi: 028 3929 3097 ho∆c

website: www.salindaresort.

com.

SAIGON CAF–

H∑y tr∂i nghi÷m c∏c m„n ngon

th≠Óng hπng cÒa Æm ti÷c mıng

ngµy L‘ ThËng nh†t vÌi s≠Ín

b n≠Ìng th≠Óng hπng dÔng vÌi

b∏nh Yorkshire pudding, khÒy

cıu h«m, phi l c∏ hÂi n≠Ìng,

gan ngÁng vµ t´m hÔm Ût n≠Ìng

vµo ChÒ NhÀt ngµy 30/4. Th˘c

ƨn c„ gi∏ 1.400.000VNß++/

kh∏ch, trong Æ„ gÂm r≠Óu vang,

bia t≠¨i, n≠Ìc ng‰t, trµ vµ cµ

ph phÙc vÙ kh´ng giÌi hπn.

Qu«y tr∏ng mi÷ng sœ lµ Æi”m

nh†n Æ«y thÛ v cho Æm ti÷c vÌi

c∏c loπi chà Vi÷t Nam nh≠ chÃ

bæp, mÒ gn, x´i chà n≠Ìc cËt

dıa, chà bÈt b∏ng cÔng c∏c m„n

b∏nh ph´ mai l∏ d¯a, panacota

chanh d©y, b∏nh tart qu∂ vi÷t

qu†t, kem trn ch∂o b®ng

Teppanyaki... Chi ti’t lin h÷:

Nhµ hµng Saigon Cafä, T«ng 1,

Kh∏ch sπn Sheraton Sµi Gn, 88

ßÂng KhÎi, Q.1, TP. HCM. Tel:

028 3827 2828. Website: www.

sheratonsaigon.com.

NHÄ HÄNG R&J

SuËt th∏ng T≠, nhµ hµng ˝ R&J

giÌi thi÷u b˜a tËi tinh t’ vÌi v

t≠¨i ng‰t vµ th¨m bäo cÒa c∏

hÂi thin nhin Alaska Æ≠Óc

ch’ bi’n theo phong c∏ch ˝

vÌi gi∏ ≠u Æ∑i h†p d…n chÿ tı

258.000VNß++/ph«n. Th˘c ƨn

tuy”n ch‰n bao gÂm C∏ hÂi

x´ng kh„i dÔng vÌi kem chua

vµ nÙ bπch hoa, m˙ dãt ≥ vÌi c∏

hÂi x´ng kh„i, B∏nh x’p nh©n

c∏ hÂi vÌi sËt cµ chua. ß∆c bi÷t

m„n ch›nh ÆÈc Æ∏o vÌi hai l˘a

ch‰n: C∏ hÂi ch«n dÔng vÌi c∂i

b„ x´i vµ c∏c loπi n†m, ho∆c C∏

hÂi ∏p ch∂o dÔng vÌi m„n cµ t›m

Æ∂o Sicilia vµ sËt cam. Chi ti’t

lin h÷: Nhµ hµng R&J, T«ng B1,

Ta nhµ Times Square, 22-36

Nguy‘n Hu÷ & 57-69F ßÂng

KhÎi, Q.1, TP. HCM. Tel: 028

3823 6688.

NIKKO HANOI

Th∏ng 4, h∑y ghä th®m kh∏ch

sπn Nikko Hanoi vµ th≠Îng th¯c

ti÷c t˘ ch‰n h∂i s∂n vÌi bµo ng≠

vµo tËi th¯ 7 & chÒ nhÀt hµng

tu«n. Chÿ vÌi 690.000VNß++/

ng≠Íi, ti÷c t˘ ch‰n h∂i s∂n vÌi 1

su†t bµo ng≠ phÙc vÙ cho mÁi

th˘c kh∏ch vÌi l˘a ch‰n tı c∏c

ki”u ch’ bi’n sau: ki”u ¢u cÊ

Æi”n ho∆c ki”u Vi÷t Nam sËt mÏ

hµnh. Chi ti’t lin h÷ theo sË

Æi÷n thoπi: 024 3822 3535 ho∆c

website: www.hotelnikkohanoi.

com.vn

Ä LA CARTE DANANG

Th∏ng 4 nµy, h∑y ghä th®m

kh∏ch sπn µ la carte Danang vµ

th≠Îng th¯c th˘c ƨn h†p d…n

tπi Nhµ hµng FishCa, chÿ vÌi

365.000VNß/ng≠Íi lÌn cho set

menu vµ 395.000VNß/ng≠Íi

lÌn, 215.000VNß/trŒ nh· cho

b˜a tËi t˘ ch‰n Gourmet tËi

th¯ 6. Th´ng tin chi ti’t lin

h÷: µ La Carte Danang, 200

V‚ Nguyn Gi∏p, P. Ph≠Ìc M¸,

S¨n Trµ, TP. ßµ NΩng. Tel:

0236 3959 555. Website: www.

alacartedanangbeach.com.

ANA MANDARA VILLAS DALAT

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa Æang giÌi thi÷u g„i khuy’n m∑i mÔa hà dµnh cho gia Æ◊nh chÿ vÌi

6.990.000VNß, bao gÂm hai Æm tπi phng Villa Studio cÔng b˜a s∏ng cho gia Æ◊nh vÌi hai ng≠Íi lÌn vµ hai trŒ

em ho∆c 3 ng≠Íi lÌn. Ngoµi ra, khu nghÿ cn dµnh t∆ng mÈt phi’u quµ t∆ng tr gi∏ 800.000VNß sˆ dÙng c∏c

dch vÙ ®n uËng tπi khu nghÿ trong qu∏ tr◊nh l≠u trÛ, Æ≠a ho∆c Æ„n s©n bay, gi∂m gi∏ 30% khi sˆ dÙng dch vÙ spa

vµ 10% khi Æ∆t tour tham quan tπi khu nghÿ. Ch≠¨ng tr◊nh ∏p dÙng tı nay Æ’n 20/12. Chi ti’t lin h÷ theo sË

Æi÷n thoπi: 063 3555 888 ho∆c email reservation-dalat@anamandara-resort.com.

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TRAVELLIVE


SPECIAL PROMOTION

R&J ITALIAN LOUNGE &

RESTAURANT

Through April, R&J Italian

Lounge & Restaurant is

introducing a refined dinner

of fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon

served in Italian recipes including

appetizers of house smoked

salmon served with sour

cream and capers, homemade

tagliatelle with house smoked

salmon, and salmon ravioli with

light tomato sauce. For main

courses, savor poached salmon

served with imported spinach

and porcini mushrooms, or

pan-friend salmon with Sicilian

caponata and citrus sauce.

Available Ä la carte, this month's

salmon offerings start at VND

258,000++ per serving. For

further information, please

contact R&J Italian Lounge &

Restaurant, B1 - Times Square

Building, 22-36 Nguyen Hue

& 57-69F Dong Khoi, Dist. 1,

HCMC

SHERATON HANOI

"Taste of Australia 2017" is

held to honor the Australian

culinary culture and styles

without leaving the comfort

of home here in Vietnam.

As a member of this event,

Oven D'or will introduce

diners to the most delicious

Australian dishes and delightful

drinks from April 14 th to 16 th

for only VND990,000++/

pax. For further information,

please contact Sheraton Hanoi

Hotel, K5 Nghi Tam, 11 Xuan

Dieu, Tay Ho, Hanoi. Tel: 024

3719 9000. Website: www.

sheratonhanoi.com.

NOVOTEL NHA TRANG

Sunday Apil 16 th , Novotel Nha

Trang is offering guests an

Easter buffet with sparkling

wine. The buffet includes

scrumptious Asian - European

cuisine for breakfast and lunch

at VND380,000/pax. Come and

enjoy memorable moments

with your friends and family this

Easter at The Square Restaurant

at Novotel Nha Trang. For

further information, please

contact Novotel Nha Trang

Hotel, 50 Tran Phu, Nha Trang.

Tel: 0258 625 6900. Website:

www.novotelnhatrang.com

Ä LA CARTE DANANG

This April, visit Ä la carte

Danang and enjoy the lavish

menu at Fishca Restaurant

for only VND365,000/adult

for the Ä la carte menu,

or VND395,000/adult and

VND215,000/child for the

Friday Gourmet buffet. For

further information, please

contact Ä La Carte Danang,

200 Vo Nguyen Giap, Phuoc

My, Son Tra, Danang. Tel: 0236

3959 555. Website: www.

alacartedanangbeach.com.

ANA MANDARA VILLAS

DALAT

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat

Resort & Spa is introducing a

summer package for families for

only VND6,990,000 including

a 2-night stay at Villa Studio,

daily breakfast for 3 adults or

2 adults and 2 children. The

resort also offers 1 gift voucher

of VND800,000 to be used to

explore one's dining options,

airport transfer, a 30% discount

on spa services and a 10%

discount on sightseeing tours

at the resort. The promotion is

valid from now until December

20th. For further information,

please contact 0263 3555 888

or email reservation-dalat@

anamandara-resort.com.

MERCURE BANA HILLS

FRENCH VILLAGE

Enjoy a special package this

summer with your loved one

in a French village in the top of

the stunning Ba Na Hills. For

only VND2,358,000/single room

and VND3,508,000/double

room, you will have a chance

to enjoy daily breakfast buffet,

round-trip cable-car tickets to

the French Village, one lunch

or dinner buffet, free pass on

the mountain train, as well as

a chance to relax with wine

cellar the love flower garden,

indoor playground, and 4-season

swimming pool. The promotion

is available on weekdays from

now until May 15 th , and from

Monday to Thursday from

May 16 th to September 15 th .

For further information, please

contact H8488-RE@accor.com

or visit website mercure-danangbanahills-french-village.com

NIKKO HANOI

This April, come and enjoy

the seafood and abalone buffet

every Saturday and Sunday

at Nikko Hanoi Hotel. For

only VND690,000++/pax, you

are invited to enjoy 1 plate

of abalone served in either

a European style or via a

Vietnamese recipe with oil and

onion. For further information,

please contact 024 3822

3535 or visit website: www.

hotelnikkohanoi.com.vn

SALINDA RESORT

PHU QUOC

From now until the end of

April, Salinda Resort Phu

Quoc is offering a promotion

in which guests will receive

a 35% discount on the rates

of all rooms and villas. Enjoy

high-class accommodation and

have fun during your vacation

in Phu Quoc Island. For further

information, please contact

028 3929 3097 or visit website:

www.salindaresort.com

SAIGON CAF–

Celebrate Vietnamese Independence Day by

gathering for a wonderful dinner buffet at Saigon

CafÈ on April 30 th . Dine on the most exquisite

dishes including oven roasted prime rib with

Yorkshire pudding, roasted bone ham, baked

whole salmon fillet, foie gras, baby lobster,

shrimp scampi and flower crab. The price is

VND1,400,000++ including free flowing Sparkling

wine, house wine, draft beer, soft drinks, coffee

and tea. The stunning desserts corner will

tantalize your taste buds with a broad choice of

Vietnamese sweet soups including sweet corn

soup, mu gon, Vietnamese sticky rice coconut,

sago pudding and a selection of sweet cakes

include pandan cheese cake, passion panacota,

blueberry tart, and especially Teppanyaki ice

cream. For further information, please contact

Saigon Cafä, Level 1, Sheraton Nha Trang, 88

Dong Khoi, Dist. 1, HCMC. Tel: 028 3827 2828.

Website: www.sheratonsaigon.com.

An array of promotions and

special offers by restaurants,

hotels, resorts, fashion

brands, airlines and tourist

agencies in Vietnam and

other countries.

SHERATON NHA TRANG

Taking place from 10:00am to 8:00pm April 23 rd , the 4 th wedding exhibition of Sheraton Nha Trang will

introduce guests to the largest imaginable collection of wedding dresses, special wedding banquet packages,

and promotion as well as special offers from wedding suppliers. Moreover, couples who book banquets on

the day of the exhibition will receive numerous privileges such as free beer and soft drinks for a 2 hour

period and a 2-night honeymoon package at Marriott's hotels in Vietnam and other countries. For further

information, please contact 0258 388 0000. Email: catering.nhatrang@sheraton.com.

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TIN T‡NG HúP

HóI AN

C´ng ty TNHH É ß´ng Silk Æ∑ ch›nh

th¯c ra mæt khu nghÿ d≠Ïng ven s´ng

Æπt chu»n 4 sao mang tn Silk Sense HÈi

An River Resort ngay tπi Di s∂n V®n h„a

Th’ giÌi nÊi ti’ng HÈi An, tÿnh Qu∂ng

Nam. T‰a lπc Î v tr› Ææc Æa ngay bn

bÍ s´ng CÊ C Æ«y th¨ mÈng, lπi g«n b∑i

bi”n An Bµng, Silk Sense HÈi An River

Resort trong giai Æoπn I Æ≠Óc thi’t k’ vÌi

70 phng nghÿ vµ 16 bi÷t th˘ h≠Ìng s´ng

vÌi nh˜ng trang thi’t b ti÷n nghi vµ hi÷n

Æπi. ßi”m Æ∆c bi÷t trong ki’n trÛc cÒa

Silk Sense HÈi An River Resort lµ s˘ k’t

hÓp hµi ha Æ«y tinh t’ gi˜a phong c∏ch

Æ∆c tr≠ng cÒa Æ´ th cÊ HÈi An vµ s˘ hi÷n

Æπi, sang tr‰ng cÒa phong c∏ch Ch©u ¢u.

Hi÷n tπi, c∏c hπng mÙc cÒa d˘ ∏n khu nghÿ

d≠Ïng Æang Æ≠Óc hoµn thi÷n Æ” c„ th” Æi

vµo hoπt ÆÈng tı gi˜a n®m 2017.

Nh˜ng th´ng tin cÀp nhÀt v“

Æ≠Íng bay mÌi mÎ, ch≠¨ng tr◊nh

v®n ho∏, ch›nh s∏ch ngµnh du

lch, x’p hπng & gi∂i th≠Îng du

lch trong vµ ngoµi n≠Ìc...

T'WAY AIR

Theo k’ hoπch, Æ≠Íng bay thºng

ßµ NΩng - Daegu (Hµn QuËc)

Æ≠Óc h∑ng hµng kh´ng T'way

Air, h∑ng hµng kh´ng gi∏ rŒ cÒa

Hµn QuËc, Æ≠a vµo khai th∏c tı

ngµy 2/4 vÌi t«n su†t 5 chuy’n/

tu«n. ß≠Íng bay thºng ßµ

NΩng - Daegu h¯a hãn kh´ng

chÿ thu hÛt du kh∏ch tı thµnh

phË Daegu mµ c∂ khu v˘c tÿnh

Gyeongsangbuk, g„p ph«n t®ng

c≠Íng l≠Óng kh∏ch du lch Hµn

QuËc Æ’n ßµ NΩng vµ thÛc Æ»y

h¨n n˜a c∏c hoπt ÆÈng hÓp t∏c

gi˜a hai Æa ph≠¨ng.

HÄ NóI

ß” t®ng c≠Íng phÙc vÙ nhu c«u

hµnh kh∏ch Æi tµu trong dp L‘

30/4 vµ 1/5, C´ng ty CÊ ph«n

VÀn t∂i ß≠Íng sæt Hµ NÈi tÊ

ch¯c chπy thm 27 Æoµn tµu

kh∏ch tı ngµy 27/4 Æ’n 2/5. CÙ

th”, tuy’n Hµ NÈi - Vinh t®ng

thm 14 Æoµn tµu, tuy’n Hµ

NÈi - ßÂng HÌi t®ng 9 Æoµn tµu,

tuy’n Hµ NÈi - ßµ NΩng t®ng 4

Æoµn tµu vµ tuy’n Hµ NÈi - Lµo

Cai t®ng 4 Æoµn tµu.

QUÅNG BçNH

MÌi Æ©y, tπp ch› du lch nÊi ti’ng

cÒa M¸ CN Traveller Æ∑ c´ng

bË danh s∏ch 15 hang ÆÈng Æãp

nh†t th’ giÌi, trong Æ„ c„ hang

S¨n ßong cÒa Vi÷t Nam. S¨n

ßong lµ hang ÆÈng t˘ nhin

lÌn nh†t Æ≠Óc kh∏m ph∏ trn

th’ giÌi. Th∏ng 5/2015, nh˜ng

th≠Ìc phim v“ hang S¨n ßong

l«n Æ«u Æ≠Óc ph∏t s„ng tr˘c ti’p

trn knh truy“n h◊nh M¸ ABC

Æ∑ khi’n c∂ th’ giÌi ngÏ ngµng

tr≠Ìc vŒ Æãp hoang s¨, hÔng v‹

vµ c„ ph«n siu th˘c tπi n¨i nµy.

Hang S¨n ßong nªm trong

qu«n th” hang ÆÈng Phong Nha

- KŒ Bµng, mÈt Di s∂n Thin

thin Th’ giÌi cÒa UNESCO tπi

Qu∂ng B◊nh.

MAURITIUS

Nhªm thÛc Æ»y lin k’t gi˜a

khu v˘c Ch©u Phi vµ Ch©u É vÌi

quËc Æ∂o Mauritius vµ Singapore

lµ 2 trung t©m k’t nËi ch›nh,

Ch›nh phÒ Mauritius vıa giÌi

thi÷u D˘ ∏n The Air Corridor.

ß©y lµ th·a thuÀn hÓp t∏c Æ≠Óc

k˝ k’t gi˜a Air Mauritius vµ TÀp

Æoµn s©n bay Changi (CAG),

gÂm 4 ph«n ch›nh: Khai th∏c

Æ≠Íng bay thºng gi˜a Mauritius

- Singapore vµ ng≠Óc lπi; C∏c

tuy’n Ch©u É - Mauritius vµ

ng≠Óc lπi Æ” k’t nËi Æ’n c∏c

thµnh phË ch©u É qua s©n bay

Changi Î Singapore; C∏c tuy’n

tı Ch©u Phi/T©y Nam ƒn ßÈ

D≠¨ng Æ’n Singapore vµ ng≠Óc

lπi. VÌi d˘ ∏n nµy, du kh∏ch Vi÷t

Nam khi du lch Æ’n Cape Town

(Nam Phi), c„ th” nghÿ mÈt Æm

mi‘n ph› tπi Mauritius.

TP.HCM

Ngoµi vi÷c ÆÂng ˝ cho phäp

mÎ cˆa kinh doanh phÙc vÙ du

lch sau nˆa Æm, UBND TP.

HCM cÚng Æ“ xu†t ph∏t tri”n du

lch gæn vÌi c∏c chÓ Æ«u mËi tı

0h-5h. D˘ ki’n, c∏c khu v˘c cho

phäp mÎ cˆa kinh doanh sau 0h

lµ phË Æi bÈ, phË T©y BÔi Vi÷n.

VÌi c∏c nhµ hµng, kh∏ch sπn 5

sao, quy Ænh nµy gæn vÌi vi÷c

c∏c hoπt ÆÈng chÿ di‘n ra trong

khu´n vin. Ngoµi ra, SÎ Du

lch TP. HCM cho bi’t cÚng Æ∑

ph∏t tri”n k’ hoπch th˘c hi÷n L‘

hÈi ∏nh s∏ng Ngh÷ thuÀt 2017,

vÌi thÍi gian di‘n ra d˘ ki’n

vµo 19/5.

ANH QUˇC

C´ng ty tÊ ch¯c tour du lch

Blue Marble Private Î Anh Æ∑

hä lÈ th´ng tin sœ lµm tour l∆n

bi”n kh∏m ph∏ nh˜ng m∂nh vÏ

cÒa x∏c con tµu Titanic vÌi chi

ph› kho∂ng 145.000USD. Hµnh

tr◊nh l∆n bi”n kh∏m ph∏ x∏c

tµu Titanic sœ bæt Æ«u vµo n®m

2018. Du kh∏ch l∆n bi”n sœ Æ≠Óc

thi’t k’ mÈt bÈ Æ Æ∆c bi÷t vÌi

ch†t li÷u lµ titan vµ sÓi carbon,

Æ≠Óc †h≠Ìng d…n bÎi chuyn

gia giµu kinh nghi÷p. L∆n bi”n

s©u kh∏m ph∏ Titanic chÿ lµ mÈt

ph«n cÒa mÈt hµnh tr◊nh tour

8 ngµy, gÂm 9 du kh∏ch. Th´ng

tin chi ti’t tπi website: www.

bluemarbleprivate.com

C§N ßÅO

D˘ ∏n B’n tµu Tr«n ß“ nËi tı

S„c Tr®ng Æ’n C´n ß∂o (Bµ

Ra-VÚng Tµu) vıa Æi vµo khÎi

c´ng. D˘ ∏n c„ di÷n t›ch trn

36.000m 2 tπi †p ß«u GiÂng, TT.

Tr«n ß“, bao gÂm c∏c hπng mÙc

c«u c∂ng, kà bÍ, nhµ ga, nhµ chÍ,

nhµ hµng/cafe, phng Ɖc s∏ch,

b∑i xe, kh∏ch sπn, c´ng vin, khu

vui ch¨i gi∂i tr›... D˘ ki’n cuËi

th∏ng 5/2017, d˘ ∏n sœ hoµn

thµnh giai Æoπn 1 bao gÂm c∏c

hπng mÙc c¨ b∂n phÙc vÙ cho

hoπt ÆÈng cÒa tµu cao tËc vµ

ch›nh th¯c Æi vµo khai th∏c tı

th∏ng 6/2017. Theo k’ hoπch,

tuy’n tµu cao tËc S„c Tr®ng -

C´n ß∂o c„ lÈ tr◊nh: c∂ng Tr«n

ß“ (S„c Tr®ng) - c∂ng B’n ß«m

(C´n ß∂o) vµ ng≠Óc lπi. ThÍi

gian tµu xu†t b’n Î S„c Tr®ng lµ

8 giÍ s∏ng, trÎ v“ S„c Tr®ng vµo

lÛc 13 giÍ. ThÍi gian chπy mÁi

chuy’n tı S„c Tr®ng Æ’n C´n

ß∂o (vµ ng≠Óc lπi) lµ 150 phÛt.

Y£N BÉI

Trong khu´n khÊ N®m Du lch

tÿnh Yn B∏i 2017, Festival dÔ

l≠Ón Khau Phπ vÌi chÒ Æ“ "Lung

linh sæc mµu Yn B∏i" sœ di‘n ra

trong hai ngµy 13 vµ 14-5 tπi khu

v˘c ÆÃo Khau Phπ. Hoπt ÆÈng

nµy nhªm t´n vinh thin nhin,

v®n h„a, con ng≠Íi MÔ Cang

Ch∂i; ÆÂng thÍi qu∂ng b∏ vµ khai

th∏c c„ hi÷u qu∂ c∏c ti“m n®ng

nhªm thu hÛt c∏c nguÂn l˘c Æ«u

t≠ cho du lch Æ” tπo ra nh˜ng

s∂n ph»m du lch mÌi, ÆÈc Æ∏o,

Æ∏p ¯ng Æ≠Óc nhu c«u cÒa kh∏ch

du lch. N®m nay, Festival dÔ

l≠Ón Khau Phπ cÚng lµ mÈt

trong c∏c hoπt ÆÈng h≠Îng ¯ng

N®m Du lch quËc gia 2017 -

Lµo Cai - T©y Bæc.

TÄU "5 SAO"

Trang b nhi“u ti÷n ›ch hi÷n Æπi nh≠ thµnh toa tµu Æ≠Óc lµm bªng thäp c≠Íng l˘c cao, k›nh cˆa sÊ Æ≠Óc d∏n ch†t

li÷u chËng næng ch†t l≠Óng cao, kh´ng ∂nh h≠Îng Æ’n vi÷c th≠Îng ngoπn c∂nh Æãp hai bn Æ≠Íng tµu cÔng vÌi

nÈi th†t thi’t k’ bªng vÀt li÷u composite, Æoµn tµu "5 sao" chπy tuy’n Sµi Gn - Nha Trang Æ∑ nhÀn nhi“u ph∂n

hÂi t›ch c˘c cÒa hµnh kh∏ch sau thÍi gian Æ≠a vµo khai th∏c. ßoµn tµu ch†t l≠Óng cao k˝ hi÷u SNT2 tuy’n Sµi

Gn - Nha Trang khÎi hµnh tπi Sµi Gn lÛc 20:30, Æ’n Nha Trang lÛc 5:30. Tuy’n Nha Trang - Sµi Gn (tµu

SNT1) khÎi hµnh tπi Nha Trang lÛc 19:10, Æ’n Sµi Gn lÛc 3:28.

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GENERAL NEWS

T'WAY AIR

A direct air route from Da Nang

to Daegu (Korea) has been

launched from April 2 nd by T'way

Airlines, a low-cost carrier of

South Korea, with frequency of

5 flights a week. The Da Nang

- Daegu air route promises to

attract tourists from both Daegu

and Gyeongsangbuk provinces,

contributing to the increasing

the number of travelers from

South Korea to Danang and

further promoting cooperative

activities between the two

localities.

HANOI

To meet the increasing demand

of passengers during the

Independence and Labor holiday,

Hanoi Railway Transport Jsc will

operate an additional 27 trains

from April 27 th to May 2 th . The

trains include 14 more for the

Hanoi - Vinh route, 9 added to

the Hanoi - Dong Hoi route, 4

for Hanoi - Danang, and 4 for

Hanoi - Lao Cai.

QUANG BINH

The renowned CN Traveler

Magazine has announced its list

of the 15 most beautiful caves in

the world, including Son Doong

Cave of Vietnam. Son Doong is

considered the largest natural

cave in the world. In May 2015

when footage of Son Doong cave

was first broadcasted on ABC

channel, the entire world was

surprised with its pristine and

magnificent beauty. Son Doong

Cave is located in Phong Nha -

Ke Bang complex, a UNESCO

World Natural Heritage Site in

Quang Binh.

HOI AN

A Dong Silk has officially

launched its international 4-star

river resort - Silk Sense Hoi An

in the ancient town of Hoi An,

Quang Nam Province. Situated

on a prime location near the

poetic Co Co River and An

Bang Beach, Silk Sense HÈi

An River Resort's first phase

includes 70 guestrooms and 16

villas, all equipped with modern

facilities. The architectural

highlight of the resort is the

sophisticated blend of Hoi An

antique beauty with modern

and luxurious European style.

Other parts of the resort will

be complete by the middle of

2017.

HCMC

In addition to allowing

tourists businesses to open

after midnight, Ho Chi Minh

City has proposed a plan to

promote tourism in association

with wholesale markets from

midnight to 5am. "Sleepless"

areas include Bui Vien street

and Nguyen Hue walking street.

For restaurants and 5-star

hotels, night activities must take

place within the property. The

Ho Chi Minh City Department

of Tourism has also developed a

plan for the 2017 Light Festival,

with the expected date to be

May 19 th .

UNITED KINGDOM

The London-based travel

company Blue Marble Private

has revealed that it will operate

diving tours to explore the

area where the Titanic sank

at the cost of 145,000USD.

Commencing in 2018 with

further dives scheduled for

2019, the 8-day missions will

take only 9 adventurers at a

time. The adventurers will be

equipped with a special outfit

made from titanium and carbon

fiber, all while, of course, led

by experienced divers. For

further information, please visit

www.bluemarbleprivate.com

5-STAR TRAIN

The 5-star express train is

the first luxury rail system

connecting Ho Chi Minh

City and Nha Trang. Made of

high-strength steel, the train

also boasts tinted windows

to deflect the glare of the

sun, composite interiors, and

other modern facilities. The

express train has received

many good reviews from its

first passengers. The SNT2

Saigon - Nha Trang leaves

Saigon at 20:30 and arrives in

Nha Trang at 5:30. The SNT1

Nha Trang - Saigon leaves Nha

Trang at 19:10 and arrives in

Saigon at 3:28.

YEN BAI

The Khau Pha Paragliding

Festival, with the theme

Sparkling Colours of Yen Bai,

will be held on May 13 th and

14 th around Khau Pha Mountain

Pass as part of the 2017 Yen

Bai Tourism Year. The event

has been organized annually

since 2012 to highlight the

nature, culture and people

of Mu Can Chai, as well

as promote effectively the

area's potential to lure more

investment in tourism.

CON DAO

The project of Tran De-Soc Trang Wharf

connecting with Con Dao Island has

started. Spanning an area of more than

36,000m 2 at Dau Giong Hamlet, Tran De

Town includes a jetty, dyke, restaurant,

reading room, parking, entertainment areas,

and other additional and supporting facilities.

The project's first phase is expected to

be complete by the end of May 2017 with

basic parts for the operation of speedboats

though the area to be established

and officially put into operation from June

2017. The speedboat will be operated from

Tran De wharf (Soc Trang) to Ben Dam

wharf (Con Dao) and vice versa. The boat

will depart from Soc Trang at 8:00am and

return from Con Dao at 1:00pm. The boat

time is 150 minutes.

Updated information about new

flight routes, culture programs,

tourism policies, ranking &

awards... in Vietnam and other

countries

MAURITIUS

"The Air Corridor" aims at improving air connectivity between Mauritius and Singapore in order to stimulate

the growth of passenger and cargo traffic between Asia and Africa through these two hubs. Air Mauritius and

Changi Airport Group have signed an agreement termed "The Air Corridor" with four main modules: the

Mauritius-Singapore route and vice versa (the "trunk route"); the Asia-Mauritius route and vice versa with

connections to Asian cities through the hub at Changi Airport in Singapore, the Africa/southwest Indian Ocean

to Singapore route and vice versa; and routes from Asia to Africa and vice versa which involve stops in two or

more points along the route.

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HÄ NóI

(Telephone Code: 04)

EMBASSIES/

CONSULATES

GERMANY

(29 Tr«n PhÛ, Ba ß◊nh

*Tel: 3843 0245)

KOREA

(Daeha Building, 360 Kim M∑ *Tel:

3831 5110)

USA

(7 L∏ng Hπ, ßËng ßa *Tel: 3850

5000)

MALAYSIA

(43 - 45 ßi÷n Bin PhÒ,

Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 3734 3836/49)

SINGAPORE

(41- 43 Tr«n PhÛ, Ba ß◊nh

*Tel: 3848 9168)

THAILAND

(63 - 65 Hoµng Di÷u, Ba ß◊nh

*Tel: 3823 5092)

EMBASSIES/CONSULATES

AIRLINES

TRAVEL AGENTS

TAXIS

HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS

BARS/CAFES

SPAS/ FITNESS

BANKING SERVICES

SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE

SHOPPING MALLS

SUPERMARKETS

TURKEY

(Floor 14, HCO Building,

44B L˝ Th≠Íng Ki÷t, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3822 2460)

AIRLINES

HONGKONG AIRLINES

(Unit 801, East Wing, Lotte

Center Hanoi - 54 Lieu Giai

*Tel: 3946 0404 *Website: www.

hongkongairlines.com.)

JAPAN AIRLINES

(1st Floor, Crowne Plaza West

Hanoi - 36 L ߯c Th‰, M¸ ß◊nh

*Website: www.jal.com)

EVA AIR

(Unit 15.02, 15th Floor, Corner

Stone Building, 16 Phan Chu Trinh

*Tel: 3936 1600 ~ 02 *Website:

www.evaair.com)

VIETNAM AIRLINES

(200 Nguy‘n S¨n, BÂ ß“, Long

Bin *Tel: 3873 0314 *Website:

http://www.vietnamairlines.com)

TRAVEL AGENTS

BUFFALO TOURS

(70-72 Bµ Tri÷u, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel:

3828 0702 *Websitel: www.buffalotours.com)

GOLDEN TOUR

(1 st Floor, 16 Hµm Long, Hoµn

Ki’m *Tel: 3944 6000 )

CTY TNHH TM & DU LëCH

BÑN ߤNG HÄNH - A -

TRAVEL MATE CO. LTD.

(7 Dinh Tien Hoang Str., Hoan

Kiem, Hanoi *Tel: 3926 3370

*Fax: (84-4) 3926 3367)

(113C, Bui Vien Str., Dist. 1, Ho

Chi Minh City *Tel: (84-8) 38 38

66 78 *Fax: (84-8) 38 38 66 76

(45-47 Le Loi Str., Hue *Tel: (84-

54)393 44 55/ 393 44 56 *Fax:

(84-54) 393 44 57)

TAXIS

THÄNH C§NG TAXI

( Tel: 04 3257 5757 Website:

www.thanhcongtaxi.vn)

MAI LINH

(47 Kim ßÂng, Gi∏p B∏t, Hoµng

Mai *Tel: 3822 2666 *3861 6161

*Website: http://www.mailinh.vn)

HOTELS/RESORTS

FORTUNA HOTEL HANOI

(6B L∏ng Hπ, Ba ß◊nh *Tel: 3831

3333 *Website: www.fortuna.vn)

INTERCONTINENTAL

HANOI WESTLAKE

(1A Nghi Tµm, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 6270 8888 *Website:

http://www.intercontinental.com)

LA CASA HANOI HOTEL

Nªm trong khu phË Ph∏p cÊ yn

t‹nh, La Casa Hotel vÌi ÆÈi ngÚ

nh©n vin th©n thi÷n vµ nhi÷t t◊nh

sœ khi’n bπn c„ c∂m gi∏c th©n thi’t

vµ †m cÛng nh≠ Î nhµ. 84 phng

nghÿ, 4 c®n hÈ vÌi thi’t k’ vµ ti÷n

nghi hi÷n Æπi cÔng vÌi h÷ thËng nhµ

hµng, qu∏n bar, phng gym, b” b¨i

vµ spa sœ mang Æ’n cho bπn nh˜ng

tr∂i nghi÷m Æ∏ng nhÌ.

Located in the old tranquil French

Quarter, La Casa Hotel with the

friendly and enthusiasm will make

you feel like being home. 84

rooms, 4 apartments with modern

design and amenities, and our system

of restaurants, bar, gym, pool

and spa will bring you memorable

experiences.

(17 Pham Dinh Ho St., Hai Ba

Trung Dist., Hanoi * Tel: 6656

0560 * Email: info@lacasahotel.vn,

Website: www.lacasahotel.com.vn)

LOTTE CENTER HANOI

(54 Li‘u Giai, Ba ß◊nh *Tel: 3333

6016 *Website: www.lottecenter.

com.vn)

PAN PACIFIC HANOI

(1 Thanh Nin, Ba ß◊nh

*Tel: 3823 8888 *Website:

www.panpacific.com/en/hotelsresorts/vietnam/hanoi)

SHERATON HANOI HOTEL

(K5 Nghi Tµm, 11 Xu©n Di÷u, T©y

HÂ *Tel: 3719 9000 *Website:

www.sheratonhanoi.com)

RESTAURANTS

THE VIN STEAK

(7 Xu©n Di÷u Street, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 3722 4165 *Website: www.

bluebirdwine.com)

C•M VIåT

(63 Phπm HÂng Th∏i

*Tel: 3927 5920)

CLUB DE L'ORIENTAL

(22 T´ng ß∂n, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel:

3826 8801 *Hotline: 3927 4641/

0904 885 414)

DA PAOLO WESTLAKE

(No 18, Lane 50/59/17 ß∆ng

Thai Mai, T©y HÂ, *Tel: 8585

1443)

DON'S TAY HO BISTRO

(16 lane, 27 Xu©n Di÷u, T©y HÂ,

*Tel: 3719 2828)

LONG ßçNH

(64B Qu∏n S¯, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3942 9168)

HÅI SÅN NGON

(199A Nghi Tµm, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 3719 3170 *Website:

http://ngonhaisan.vn)

HOME RESTAURANT

(34 Ch©u Long, Ba ß◊nh, Hµ NÈi

*Tel: 04 3939 2222 *Hot line:

0916 018 535 *Website: www.

homerestaurant.vn)

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KOTO

(59 V®n Mi’u, ßËng ßa

*Tel: 3747 0338 *website: http://

www.koto.com.au)

NHÄ 9NKC

9 Nguy‘n Khæc C«n, Hoµn Ki’m,

Tel: 090 4943 432 *Website:

www.nha.coffee)

NGON VILLA

(No 10, Tong Duy Tan Str, Hoan

Kiem District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam

*Tel: (+84) 4.32212222 *Email:

yen.le@ngonvilla.com *Website:

www.ngonvilla.com)

MAISON VIE RESTAURANT

(28 Tang Bat Ho Str - Hai Ba

Trung Dist - Hanoi - Vietnam

*Mail: info@maisonvie.vn *Tel:+84

3633 0206 *hotline: 0904 150

383 *http://www.maisonvie.vn)

PHô 24

(31 Hµng Khay, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3938 1812 *Website:

http://pho24.com.vn)

PILSNER URQUELL ORIGINAL

(10 Nguy‘n Bi”u, *Tel: 3734 2288

*Website: http://www.original.vn/

webapp/home.php)

POTS 'N PANS

(57 BÔi Th Xu©n, Hai Bµ Tr≠ng

*Tel: 3944 0204)

QUÉN °N NGON

26 Tr«n H≠ng ßπo, Hoµn Ki’m

District *Tel: (+84-4) 3933 6133

*Fax: (+84-4) 3933 6135 *Email:

ngonhanoi@vnn.vn)

SIXTY SIX RESTAURANT

(66 Hµng BÂ, Hoµn Ki’m * Tel: 04

3266 8888)

S` BUFFET

(64 Nguy‘n Du, Hoµn Ki’m, Hµ

NÈi *Tel: 3941 3338 *Website:

www.subuffet.vn)

THAI VILLAGE/ THE KITCHEN/

THE COFFEE CLUB

*3 th Floor * THE KITCHEN BBQ

BUFFET, 5 th Floor* COFFEE CLUB

CAF– RESTAURANT, 4 th Floor / 3B

Le Thai To, Hoan Kiem *Tel: 3938

1168 / 0919 293 949)

VERTICALE

(19 Ng´ V®n SÎ, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel:

3944 6317, website: www.verticalehanoi.com)

BARS/CAFES

CIAO COFFEE

(2 Hµng Bµi, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3934 1494)

HIGHLANDS COFFEE

(6 Nhµ ThÍ, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3938 0444)

VPRESSO

(45 Ly Quoc Su, Hoan Kiem

*Tel: 3936 8349 Website: www.

vpresso.vn)

M-BOX BAR & LOUNGE

(23A Trµng Thi, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3828 8820)

PRESS CLUB

(59A L˝ Th∏i TÊ, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3934 0888)

O'LEARYS SPORT BAR

(38 Bµ Tri÷u, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3934 5368)

THE KAFE

(18 ßi÷n Bin PhÒ, Ba ß◊nh,

*Tel: 37476245 *Website:www.

thekafe.vn)

THE COFFEE BEAN

& TEA LEAF

(28 Thanh Nin, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 3715 4240 *Website:

http://www.coffeebean.com)

THE ROOFTOP

(Floor 19, Pacific Place

Building - 83B L˝ Th≠Íng Ki÷t,

Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 3946 1901)

SPAS/ FITNESS

AMADORA WELLNESS & SPA

(250 Bµ Tri÷u, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3978 5407 *Website:

http://amadoraspa.vn/vn/howto-spa.html)

ANNAM FOOT & BODY MAS-

SAGE

(71 Hµng B´ng, Hoµn Ki’m

*Hotline: 0932 391 888)

ANAM QT SPA

(42 Hµng TrËng, Hoµn

Ki’m *Tel: 3928 6116 *Website:

http://www.anamqtspa.com)

AQUAMARINE SPA

(44 L Ng‰c H©n, Hai Bµ Tr≠ng

*Tel: 2220 6788 *Website:

http://aqmspa.vn)

DEAURA SPA

(Add: 68 Nguy‘n Du - Hµ NÈi

*Hotline: 0868 038 080 *Email:

info@deaura.com.vn)

ELITE FITNESS

(51 Xu©n Di÷u, Q. T©y HÂ *Tel: 04

3718 6281 *T«ng 4 IPH Shopping

Center 241 Xu©n ThÒy, Q. C«u

Gi†y *Tel: 04 3788 6688 *25 L˝

Th≠Íng Ki÷t, Q. Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 04

3828 8888 *T«ng 6 th∏p C Vincom

Center 191 Bµ Tri÷u, Q. Hai Bµ

Tr≠ng *Tel: 04 3974 9191 *T«ng

3 ta A Th®ng Long Number One

sË 1 ßπi LÈ Th®ng Long, Q. Nam

Tı Lim *Tel: 04 7306 6655 *T«ng

6 Vincom Center 54A Nguy‘n Ch›

Thanh, Q. ßËng ßa *Tel: 04 7307

8889 *T«ng 7 Vincom Center 2B

Phπm Ng‰c Thπch, Q. ßËng ßa

*Tel: 04 7307 9898)

ELITE ACTIVE

(T«ng 5 TTTM H G≠¨m Plaza,

Tr«n PhÛ, Hµ ß´ng *Tel: 04 7305

5858 *T«ng 2 Berriver Long Bin,

390 Nguy‘n V®n Cı, quÀn Long Bin

*Tel: 04 7302 6696)

VÑN SEN SPA

(65B T´ Hi’n Thµnh, Hai Bµ

Tr≠ng *Tel: 6282 8588 *Website:

http://vansenspa.vn)

ZEN SPA

(100 Xu©n Di÷u, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 3719 9889)

BANKING SERVICES

CITI BANK

(17 Ng´ Quy“n, Hoµn Ki’m, Hµ

NÈi *Tel: 3825 1950 *Website:

http://www.citibank. com.vn)

VIETCOMBANK

198 Tr«n Quang Kh∂i, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3934 3137 *Website: http://

www.vietcombank.com.vn)

SOUVENIR SHOPS

CARAT SHOP

(27 Xu©n Di÷u, T©y HÂ

*Tel: 6270 0479 *Website:

http://www.carat.vn/)

CASA D'ORIENTE

(23 Hµng TrËng, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3928 8678 *website: www.

casadoriente.com)

CRAFT LINK

(43 V®n Mi’u, ßËng ßa *Tel:

3733 6101 *website: www.

craftlink-vietnam.com)

IPA NIMA

(73 Trµng Thi, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3933 4000 *Website:

http://ipa-nima.com)

SˇNG

(27 Nhµ ThÍ, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3928 8733)

T¢N M≤ DESIGN

(61 Hµng Gai, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3938 1154 *Website:

http://www.tanmydesign.com)

TRANH TH£U XQ

(110 Hµng Gai, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3938 1905 *Website:

http://tranhtheuxq.com/vi/)

CULTURE

BÅO TÄNG HÄ NóI - HANOI

MUSEUM

(SË 2, Phπm HÔng, M‘ Tr◊, Tı Lim,

Hµ NÈi *Tel: 6287 0604 *Website:

baotanghanoi.com.vn)

BÅO TÄNG H¤ CHê MINH -

HO CHI MINH MUSEUM

(19 Ng∏ch 158/193 Ng‰c Hµ, ßÈi

C†n, Ba ß◊nh, Hµ NÈi *Tel: 3846

3757)

BÅO TÄNG PH| N~ VIåT

NAM - VIETNAMESE WOMEN'S

MUSEUM

(36 L˝ Th≠Íng Ki÷t, Hµng Bµi, Hoµn

Ki’m, Hµ NÈi *Tel: 3825 9129

*Website: baotangphunu.org.vn)

CHú ߤNG XU¢N - DONG

XUAN MARKET (ßÂng Xu©n,

Hoµn Ki’m, Hµ NÈi)

CHùA MóT CóT - ONE PIL-

LAR PAGODA

(ChÔa MÈt CÈt, ßÈi C†n, Ba ß◊nh,

Hµ NÈi)

CHùA TRƒN QUˇC - TRAN

QUOC PAGODA

(Thanh Nin, TrÛc Bπch, Ba ß◊nh,

Hµ NÈi)

CON ßòNG GˇM S` - HA-

NOI CERAMIC MOSAIC MURAL

(HÂng Hµ, †p Thπnh Vinh, PhÛc X∏,

Ba ß◊nh, Hµ NÈi)

VIETNAM MUSEUM OF ETH-

NOLOGY

(Nguy‘n V®n Huyn Street, C«u

Gi†y *Tel: 3756 2193 *Website:

http://www.vme.org.vn)

VIETNAM NATIONAL

MUSEUM OF HISTORY

(1 Phπm NgÚ L∑o, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3824 2433 *Website: http://

www.baotanglichsu.vn)

VIETNAM NATIONAL

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

(6 Nguy‘n Th∏i H‰c, Ba ß◊nh

*Tel: 3733 2131 *Website: http://

www.vnfam.vn/)

SHOPPING MALLS

AEON MALL LONG BI£N

(Add: SË 27 CÊ Linh, Long Bin,

Hµ NÈi *http://aeonmall-long-bien.

com.vn)

VINCOM TOWERS

(191 Bµ Tri÷u, Hai Bµ Tr≠ng

*Tel: 3974 9999 *Website: http://

vincomshoppingmall.com/vi-VN/VincomCenterBaTrieu)

TRÄNG TI≈N PLAZA

(24 Hai Bµ Tr≠ng, Hoµn Ki’m,

Hµ NÈi)

SUPERMARKETS

CITIMART

Hµ NÈi Tower - 49 Hai Bµ Tr≠ng,

Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 3934 3961

*Website: http://citimart.com.vn

INTIMEX

(22 - 32 L Th∏i TÊ, Hoµn Ki’m

*Tel: 3825 6148 *Website: http://

www.intimexna.com)

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HCMC

TEL CODE:08

EMBASSIES/ CONSULATES AIRLINES TRAVEL AGENTS TAXIS HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS BARS/CAFES SPAS BANKING SERVICES SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE SHOPPING MALLS SUPERMARKETS

Th´ng tin chi ti’t, vui lng lin h÷: Sale Department

*Email: ads@vntravellive.com *Tel: 0989 946 240 - 0985 116 750.

Ho∆c truy cÀp website: http://vntravellive.com

Æ” c„ thm th´ng tin qu∂ng c∏o

For further information, please contact: Sale Department

*Email: ads@vntravellive.com *Tel: 0989 946 240 - 0985 116 750.

*Or visit www.vntravellive.com

for advertising information

TP. HCM

(Telephone Code: 08)

EMBASSIES/

CONSULATES

KOREA

(107 Nguy‘n Du, District 1

*Tel: 38225757)

USA

(4 L Du»n, District 1

*Tel: 3520 4610)

LAOS

(93 Pasteur, District 1

*Tel: 3829 7667)

MALAYSIA

(2 Ng´ ߯c K’, District 1

*Tel: 382 99023)

JAPAN

(261 ßi÷n Bin PhÒ, District 3

*Tel: 3933 3510)

RUSSIA

(40 Bµ Huy÷n Thanh Quan,

District 3 *Tel: 3930 3936)

EMBASSIES/CONSULATES

AIRLINES

TRAVEL AGENTS

TAXIS

HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS

BARS/CAFES

SPAS/ FITNESS

BANKING SERVICES

SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE

SHOPPING MALLS

SUPERMARKETS

FRANCE

(27 Nguy‘n Th Minh Khai, District

3 *Tel: 3520 6800)

PHILIPPINE

(40-5 Phπm Vi’t Ch∏nh,

Ward 19, B◊nh Thπnh District

*Tel: 3518 0045)

SINGAPORE

(Floor 8 , Saigon Centre - 65 L

LÓi, District 1 *Tel: 3822 5173)

THAILAND

(77 Tr«n QuËc Th∂o, District 3

*Tel: 3932 7637)

AIRLINES

KOREAN AIRLINES

(34 L Du»n, District 1*Tel: 3824

2878 *Website: https://www.

koreanair.com)

QATAR AIRWAYS

(Room 8, Petro Vietnam Building,

1- 5 L Du»n, District 1

*Tel: 3827 3888 *Website:

http://www.qatarairways.com)

TURKISH AIRLINES

(Floor 8, AB Tower- 76A L Lai,

District 1 *Tel: 3936 0360 *Website:

http://www.turkishairlines.com)

TRAVEL AGENTS

GINKGO VOYAGE

(130 Nguyen Cong Tru, District

1*Tel: 3838 9944 *www.ginkgovoyage.com

SAIGONTOURIST TRAVEL

SERVICE

(45 L Th∏nh T´n, District 1

*Tel: 3827 9279 *Website: http://

www.saigontourist.net)

VINH HAN INTERNATIONAL

CO., HCM BRANCH

(27-29 BÔi Vi÷n, P. Phπm NgÚ

L∑o, Dist. 1 *Tel: 3838 9988

*Email: chris@viet4mua.vn/ hieu.

chrisnguyentim@me.com *Website:

www.viet4mua.vn)

TAXIS

TAXI 27/7

(153 X´ Vi’t Ngh÷ T‹nh, Ward

17, B◊nh Thπnh District *Tel: 3962

0620 *Website: http://www.27-7.

com.vn/home/index.html)

HOTELS/RESORTS

CARAVELLE HOTEL

(19 - 23 C´ng Tr≠Íng Lam S¨n,

District 1 *Tel: 3823 4999 *Website:

http://www.caravellehotel.com)

LE MERIDIEN SAIGON

(3C Ton Duc Thang, District 1, Ho

Chi Minh, Vietnam *Tel: (+84) 8

6263 6688) *Website: lemeridiensaigon.com)

LIBERTY CENTRAL SAIGON

CITYPOINT

(59-61 Pasteur, QuÀn 1, TPHCM

*Tel: 3822 5678)

LIBERTY CENTRAL SAIGON

RIVERSIDE

(17 T´n ߯c Thæng, QuÀn 1,

TPHCM *Tel: 3827 1717)

NEW WORLD SAIGON HOTEL

(76 L Lai, District 1*Tel: 3822

8888 *Website: http://www.saigon.

newworldhotels.com

NORFOLK HOTEL

(117 L Th∏nh T´n, Q1*Tel: 08

3829 5368 *Fax: 08 3829 3415

*Email: info@norfolkhotel.com.vn

*Website: www.norfolkhotel.com.vn

HOTEL EQUATORIAL HO CHI

MINH CITY

(242 Tran Binh Trong st., Dist.5,

HCMC *Tel: 3839 7777 *Email:

info@hcm.equatorial.com *www.

equatorial.com)

PARKROYAL SAIGON

(309B-311 Nguyen Van Troi Str,

Tan Binh Dist, HCMC *Tel: +84 8

3842 1111)

THE ALCOVE LIBRARY HOTEL

(133A- 133B Nguy‘n ß◊nh Chinh,

Q.PhÛ NhuÀn, HCMC *Tel: 6256

9966 *Hotline: 0938 979 000

*Website: www.alcovehotel.com.vn)

RENAISSANCE RIVERSIDE HO-

TEL SAIGON

(8-15 T´n ߯c Thæng, Q.1,TP.HCM

*Tel: 84 8 3822 0033)

WINDSOR PLAZA HOTEL

*18 An D≠¨ng V≠¨ng, Q 5, Tp.

HCM, Vietnam *Tel: 3833 6688

*Fax: 3833 6888 *Email: services@

windsorplazahotel.com)

142

TRAVELLIVE


RESTAURANTS

AU LAC DO BRAZIL STEAK

RESTAURANT

(238 Pasteur, District.3 *Tel: 3820

7157 *Website: www.aulacdobrazil.

com)

CHIT CHAT RESTAURANT

(242 Tran Binh Trong st., Dist.5

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam *Tel:

3839 7777, ext. 8000 *Email:

dine@hcm.equatorial.com)

GOOD MORNING VIETNAM

(197 ß“ Th∏m, Phπm NgÚ L∑o,

Dist.1 *Tel: 3837 1894 *Website:

www.thegoodmorningvietnam.com)

INDOCHINE

(26 Tr≠¨ng ßnh, Dist.3

* Tel: 3930 8421)

IZAKAYA MIRAKU

(23 T´n ߯c Thæng, B’n Nghä, Q1,

Tp HCM *Tel: 6299 1304 - 0906

018 007)

MANDARINE

(11A Ng´ V®n N®m,

District 1*Tel: 3822 9783)

MAXIM'S NAM AN

(13 - 15 - 17 ßÂng KhÎi, Dist.1 *Tel:

3829 6676)

PARKROYAL SAIGON HOTEL

(311 Nguy‘n V®n TrÁi, T©n B◊nh

District, HCMC *Tel: 08 3842 1111

* www.parkroyalhotels.com/saigon.)

PHô 24

(5 Nguy‘n Thi÷p, District 1

*Tel: 3822 6278 *Website:

http://pho24.com.vn)

NHÄ HÄNG NGON

(160 Pasteur, District 1 *Tel:

(+84-8) 3827 7131 *Fax: (+84-8)

3827 7127 *Email: info@

quananngon.com)

QUÉN NGON 138

138 Nam K˙ KhÎi Ngh‹a , QuÀn

1, T.p HÂ Ch› Minh *Tel: (08) 38

279 666 / (08) 38 257 179 *Email:

ngon138@saigonkhanhnguyen.vn

*Website: www.quanngon138.com)

SAIGON INDIAN

(Floor 1, 73 Mπc Th B≠Îi,

District 1 *Tel: 3824 5671)

SHANG PALACE

(1 st Floor, Norfolk Mansion, 17-19-

21 L˝ T˘ Tr‰ng, Dist. 1 *Tel: 3823

2221 *Website: www.shangpalace.

com.vn)

SUSHI TEI

(Add: 200A Ly Tu Trong Street,

District 1, Hochiminh City, Vietnam

*Tel: 08 6284 1188 *Hotline: 0124

668 7354 *Facebook: Sushi Tei

Vietnam)

NGON ASIA HOUSE

TÀp hÓp h¨n 300 m„n ®n Æ∆c tr≠ng

cÒa 5 n“n »m th˘c nÊi ti’ng Ch©u É

lµ Hµn QuËc, NhÀt B∂n, Trung Hoa,

Th∏i Lan vµ Vi÷t Nam d≠Ìi cÔng

mÈt m∏i nhµ.

Home to more than 300 signature

dishes of 5 renowned Asian culinary

cultures: Korea, Japan, China, Thailand

and Vietnam.

(Saigon Garden, 99 Nguy‘n Hu÷,

Q.1,TP.HCM *Tel: 08 3821 3821,

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ngonasia)

BARS/CAFES

CHILL SKYBAR SAIGON

(T«ng 26, AB Tower, 76 L Lai, Q.1,

TP.HCM *Tel: 0938 822 838 *Website:

www.chillsaigon.com)

CALIBRE CHARNER

(Floor 1, Palace Hotel Saigon,

56 - 66 Nguy‘n Hu÷, 1 District

*Tel: 3829 2860 *Website: http://

www.palacesaigon.com)

LA HABANA

(6 Cao B∏ Qu∏t, District 1

*Tel: 3829 5180)

MAGNOLIA KITCHEN & CAFE

(Add: 190 - 192 De Tham Street,

District 1, Hochiminh City, Vietnam

*Tel: 08 3920 3047 *Hotline: 0124

668 7354 *Website: www.magnoliakitchen.com

*Facebook: Magnolia

Kitchen & Cafe)

SAXN'ART CLUB

(28 L LÓi, Dist.1 *Tel: 3823 3954

*Website: saxrnart.com)

THE JAZZ CAFE

(97 S≠¨ng Nguy÷t Énh, District 1

*Tel: 3925 0388)

SPAS/ FITNESS

ANNAM SPA

(26-28 ß´ng Du, Dist.1

*Tel: 3825 1250 *Website: http://

www.annamspa.vn/vn)

CRYSTAL SPA

(Tang 3, 202 Hoang Van Thu,

Q.Phu Nhuan, TP.HCM *Tel: 3847

9964 *3847 9295)

SHAPE LINE BODY'N SOUL

(74 Nguyen ß◊nh Chieu, P Da Kao,

Q1, Tp HCM *Tel: 2207 0809

*Hotline: 0968 060 268 *Website:

www.shapeline.com.vn

TROPIC SPA

(72 Trµn Quang Kh∂i, P.T©n ßnh,

Dist.1 *Tel: 3910 5575 *Website:

http://www.spatropic.com/)

ELITE FITNESS

(T«ng L3 Shopping Mall, Vincom

ßÂng KhÎi, 72 L Th∏nh T´n &

45A L˝ T˘ Tr‰ng, P. B’n Nghä

Q.1 *Tel: 08 7307 9899 *T«ng 3,

Vincom Mega Mall, 159 Xa LÈ Hµ

NÈi, P. Th∂o ßi“n, Q.2 *Tel: 08

7303 9888)

BANKING SERVICES

ANZ

(39 L Du»n, District 1

*Tel: 3827 2926 *Website: http://

www.anz.com/vietnam)

EXIMBANK

(8 Floor, Vincom Center, 72 L

Th∏nh T´n & 45A L˝ T˘ Tr‰ng, B’n

Nghä Ward, Dist.1 *Tel: 3821 0056

*Website: http://www.eximbank.

com.vn)

SAIGONBANK

(2C Ph„ ߯c Ch›nh, Dist.1

*Tel: 3914 3183 *Website: www.

saigonbank.com.vn)

STANDARD CHARTERED

(Floor 1, Sµi Gn Center Building -

37 T´n ߯c Thæng, District 1

*Tel: 3911 0000 *Website: http://

www.standardchartered.com.vn)

VIETCOMBANK

(10 V‚ V®n Ki÷t, District 1

*Tel: 3829 7245 *Website: http://

www.vcbhcm.com.vn)

SOUVENIR SHOPS

APRICOT GALLERY

(50 - 52 Mπc Th B≠Îi, Dist.1

*Tel: 3822 7962 *Website: http://

www.apricotgallery.com.vn)

ANUPA BOUTIQUE

(9 ß´ng Du, Dist.1

*Tel: 3822 2394 *Website: http://

www.anupa.net)

DUY TAN SAIGON ARTISAN

(47 T´n Th†t Thi÷p, Dist.1

*Tel: 3821 3614 *Website: www.

saigonartisan.com)

GAYA SHOP

(1 Nguy‘n V®n Tr∏ng, District 1

*Tel: 3925 1495)

HOÄNG GIA PEARL

(Tel 0909 66 22 31 *www.Hoang-

GiaPearl.com)

IPA NIMA

(77 - 79 ßÂng KhÎi, District 1

*Tel: 3822 3277 *Website: http://

ipa-nima.com)

KENLY SILK

(132 L Th∏nh T´n, District 1

*Tel: 3829 3847 *Website:

www.kenlysilk.com)

KHAI SILK

(81 & 107 ßÂng KhÎi, District1

*Tel: 3822 2856 *3829 1146

*Website: http://khaisilkcorp.com/

khaicravat/shopping.html)

MOSAIQUE SAIGON

(98 Mπc Th B≠Îi, Dist.1

*Tel: 3823 4634 *Website: www.

mosaiquedecoration.com)

NGA ART AND CRAFT

(41 Mπc Th B≠Îi, Dist.1

*Tel: 3823 8356 *Website: http://

www.huongngafinearts.vn/)

SAIGON GALLERY OF FINE ART

(129B L Th∏nh T´n, Dist.1

*Tel: 3823 3181 *Website: http://

vietnamartist.com/index.aspx)

THÄNH ßÑT BOUTIQUE SHOP

(114 L LÓi, Dist.1 *Tel: 3821 7493

*Website: http://tdtc.com.vn)

CULTURE

WAR REMNANTS MUSEUM

(28 V‚ V®n T«n, District 3)

OPERA HOUSE

(7 C´ng Tr≠Íng Lam S¨n, District 1.)

MUSEUM OF VIETNAMESE HIS-

TORY

(2 Nguy‘n Bÿnh Khim, District 1)

FINE ARTS MUSEUM

(97A Ph„ ߯c Ch›nh, District 1)

H¤ CHê MINH MUSEUM

(65 L˝ T˘ Tr‰ng, District 1)

SHOPPING MALLS

DIAMOND PLAZA

(34 L Du»n, District 1

*Tel: 3825 7750)

PARKSON

(35Bis, 45 L Th∏nh T´n, District 1

*Tel: 3827 7636)

SAIGON CENTRE

(65 L LÓi, Dist.1 *Tel: 3829 4888 )

VINCOM CENTER A

(171 ßÂng KhÎi & 116 Nguy‘n

Hu÷, District 1*Tel: 3936 9999

*Website:vincomshoppingmall.com)

VINCOM CENTER B

(72 L Th∏nh T´n & 45A L˝ T˘

Tr‰ng, District 1*Website: vincomshoppingmall.com

SUPERMARKETS

ANNAM GOURMET

(16 - 18 Hai Bµ Tr≠ng, 1 District

& 41A Th∂o ßi“n, 2 District *Tel:

3822 9332 & 3744 2630 *Website:

www.annam-gourmet.com)

B⁄N THÄNH MARKET

(L LÓi, District 1 *Tel: 3822 5699)

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CÉC

THÄNH PHˇ

DU LëCH

KHÉC

EMBASSIES/ CONSULATES AIRLINES TRAVEL AGENTS TAXIS HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS BARS/CAFES SPAS BANKING SERVICES SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE SHOPPING MALLS SUPERMARKETS

Th´ng tin chi ti’t, vui lng lin h÷: Sale Department

*Email: ads@vntravellive.com *Tel: 0989 946 240 - 0985 116 750.

Ho∆c truy cÀp website: http://vntravellive.com

Æ” c„ thm th´ng tin qu∂ng c∏o

For further information, please contact: Sale Department

*Email: ads@vntravellive.com *Tel: 0989 946 240 - 0985 116 750.

*Or visit www.vntravellive.com

for advertising information

SAPA (Telephone Code: 020)

HOTELS/RESORTS

SUNNY MOUNTAIN

(010, M≠Íng Hoa, Sapa, Lµo Cai

*Tel: 3787 999 *Website: http://

www.sunnymountainhotel.com)

VICTORIA SAPA RESORT & SPA

(Sapa District, Lao Cai Province,

Vietnam *Tel: +84 20 38 71 522

*Fax: +84 20 38 71 539 *Email:

resa.sapa@victoriahotels.asia

*www.victoriahotels.asia)

RESTAURANTS

FANSIPANSAPA

(23 C«u M©y, Sapa, Lµo Cai

*Tel: 3871 556)

GERBERA

(31 C«u M©y, Sapa, Lµo Cai

*Tel: 3871 064)

NATURE VIEW

(51 Fansipan, Sapa, Lµo Cai

*Tel: 3871 438)

EMBASSIES/CONSULATES

AIRLINES

TRAVEL AGENTS

TAXIS

HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS

BARS/CAFES

SPAS/ FITNESS

BANKING SERVICES

SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE

SHOPPING MALLS

SUPERMARKETS

OBSERVATORY

39 Xu©n Vin, Sapa, Lµo Cai *Tel:

3871 019)

TRAVEL AGENTS

KHÉM PHÉ VIåT

(31 Xu©n Vin, Sapa, Lµo Cai *Tel:

3872 606 *Website: http://vietdiscovery.com)

NG§I SAO SAPA

(68 Fansipan, Sapa, Lµo Cai *Tel:

6523 172 *Website: http://sapastar.com)

HÅI PHíNG - CÉT BÄ

(Telephone Code: 031)

HOTELS/RESORTS

CÉT BÄ ISLAND

RESORT & SPA

(C∏t C 1, C∏t Bµ *Tel: 3688 686

*Website: http://catbaislandresortspa.com)

ߤ S•N RESORT & CASINO

(Zone 3, ß S¨n *Tel: 3864 888

*Website: http://www.dosonresorthotel.com.vn)

TRAVEL AGENTS

ߤ S•N TOURISM

(Zone 2, ß S¨n *Tel: 3861 330

*Website: http://dosontourism.com/)

VINH HAN INTERNATIONAL

CO., HEAD OFFICE

(111-113-115 L Lai, M∏y Chai,

Ng´ Quy“n *Tel: 375 9679

*Fax: 375 9680 *Website: www.

viet4mua.vn)

HÅI PHíNG TOURIST

(178 T´n ߯c Thæng, L Ch©n

*Tel: 3622 608 *Website: http://

dulichhaiphong.com.vn/)

RESTAURANTS

CHEN

(204 Quang Trung, Phπm HÂng

Th∏i, HÂng Bµng *Tel: 3831 777)

GREEN MANGO

(Group 19, Block 4, C∏t Bµ *Tel:

3887 151 *Website: http://www.

greenmango.vn/)

TR@C L¢M

(3 Phπm B∏ Tr˘c, HÂng Bµng

*Tel: 3733 833)

TAXIS

ߤ S•N

(SË 1 Hang D¨i H∂i Phng

*Tel: 3864 864)

MAI LINH

(221 Lπch Tray, ßÊng QuËc

B◊nh, Ng´ Quy“n *Tel: 3833 833

*Website: http://www.mailinh.vn)

BANKING SERVICES

VIETCOMBANK

(11 Hoµng Di÷u, HÂng Bµng *Tel:

3822 034 *Website: http://www.

vietcombank.com.vn/)

ACB

(69 ßi÷n Bin PhÒ, HÂng Bµng

*Tel: 3823 392 *Website: www.

acbbank.com.vn)

TECHCOMBANK

(5 L˝ T˘ Tr‰ng *Tel: 3810 865

*Website: www.techcombank.com.vn)

SUPERMARKETS

CHú S¿T

(Quang Trung, HÂng Bµng)

INTIMEX MINH KHAI

(23 Minh Khai, HÂng Bµng *Tel:

3746 858 *Website: http://www.

intimexco.com)

PARKSON

(1/20A L HÂng Phong, Ng´

Quy“n *Tel: 3852 459 *Website:

http://www.parkson.com.vn/)

NINH BçNH

(Telephone Code: 030)

HOTELS/RESORTS

THE REED HOTEL

(ßinh ßi“n, ß´ng Thµnh, Ninh

B◊nh *Tel: 3889 979 *Website:

thereedhotel.com)

HÑ LONG - QUÅNG

NINH

(Telephone Code: 033)

HOTELS/RESORTS

HÑ LONG PLAZA

(8 Hπ Long, B∑i Ch∏y

*Tel: 3845 810 *Website: http://

www.halongplaza.com)

NOVOTEL HALONG BAY

(Hπ Long, B∑i Ch∏y

*Tel: 3848108 *Website: http://

www.novotelhalong.comvn)

TU¡N CH¢U ISLAND HOLI-

DAY VILLA

(Island Tu«n Ch©u, Qu∂ng Ninh

*Tel: 3842 999 *Website: http://

www.tuanchauholidayvilla-halong.com)

Legend Halong

WYNDHAM LEGEND

HALONG

(No. 12 Ha Long Street, Bai Chay

Ward, Ha Long City, Quang Ninh

Province *Tel: (+84)-33-3636555

*Website: www.wyndhamhalong.com)

144

TRAVELLIVE


SPA/FITNESS

ELITE ACTIVE

(T«ng 3 Vincom Plaza Hπ Long, P.

Bπch ߪng, TP. Hπ Long *Tel: 033

3841 166)

CRUISES

¢U C•

(Hanoi Sales Office: 47

Phan Chu Trinh, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel:

3933 4545 *Website: http://www.

aucocruises.com)

APHRODITE CRUISES

(Head Office: Townhouse B14,

Tuan Chau Marina, Halong, Quang

Ninh, Vietnam *Tel: 6281 888 *Fax:

6281 666 *Hanoi Office: 20 th Floor,

VIT tower, 519 Kim Ma street, Ba

Dinh district, Hanoi, Vietnam *Tel:

04 2220 8686 *Fax: 04 2220 8689

*Email: info@aphroditecruises.com

*Website: www.aphroditecruises.com)

CALYPSO

(Hanoi Sales Office: 32/16A

L˝ Nam ß’, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 04.

3926 4009 *Website: http://www.

halongcalypsocruise.com)

ORIENTAL SAILS

Hanoi Sales Office: 32/16A

L˝ Nam ß’, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 04.

3926 4009 *Website: http://www.

orientalsails.com)

PHOENIX

(Hanoi Sales Office: 81C L˝ Nam

ß’, Hoµn Ki’m *Tel: 04. 3747

8006 *Website: http://www.halongphoenixcruiser.com)

PARADISE LUXURY

(Room 201, Hanoi Tower - 49 Hai

Ba Trung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

RESTAURANTS

HONG KONG

(Hπ Long, B∑i Ch∏y *Tel: 3847 591)

HOÄNG GIA

(Hoµng Gia Park, Hπ Long

*Tel: 3845 913)

TAXIS

THÄNH C§NG

(Tel: 3675 757)

MAI LINH

(Tel: 3849 155 *38222 266)

BANKING SERVICES

VIETCOMBANK

(Hπ Long Road, B∑i Ch∏y *Tel: 3844

749 *Website: http://vietcombank.

com.vn)

BIDV

(Bπch ߪng Ward, Hn Gai

*Tel: 3823 680 *Website: http://bidv.

com.vn)

HóI AN

(Telephone Code: 0510)

HOTELS/RESORTS

ANANTARA HOI AN RESORT

(1 Pham Hong Thai Street, Hoi An

City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam

*Tel: +84 510 391 4555 *Fax: +84

510 391 4515 *Email: hoian@

anantara.com)

BOUTIQUE HóI AN RESORT

(Group 6, Block T©n Thnh, C»m

An Ward *Tel: 3939 111 *Website:

http://www.boutiquehoianresort.com)

HOI AN HISTORIC HOTEL

(SË 10, Tr«n H≠ng ßπo, HÈi An,

Tÿnh Qu∂ng Nam, Vi÷t Nam *Tel:

3861 445 *Fax: 3861 636 *Email:

reservation@hoianhotel.com.vn

*Website: www.hoianhotel.com.vn)

HOI AN BEACH RESORT

(SË 1 PhË Cˆa ßπi, Thµnh phË HÈi

An, Tÿnh Qu∂ng Nam, Vi÷t Nam

*Tel: 392 7011 *Fax: 392 7019

*Email: reservation@hoianbeachresort.com.vn

*Website: www.

hoianbeachresort.com.vn)

LOTUS HóI AN

(330 Cˆa ßπi *Tel: 3923 770

*Website: http://hoianlotushotel.com/)

PALM GARDEN BEACH RESORT

& SPA HOI AN

(Lπc Long Qu©n, Cˆa ßπi Beach

*Tel: 3927 927 *Website: http://

www.palmgardenresort.com.vn/)

PHO HOI RIVERSIDE RESORT

(01 Nguyen Tri Phuong, Cam

Nam, Hoi An *Tel: 0510 3862

628 *Email: info@phohoiresort.com

*Website: www.phohoiresort.com)

SUNRISE HóI AN BEACH

RESORT

(Cˆa ßπi Beach *Tel: 3937 777

*Website: http://www.

sunrisehoian.vn)

GOLDEN SAND

RESORT & SPA HóI AN

(Thanh Nin Road, Cˆa ßπi

*Tel: 3927 550 *Website: http://

www.goldensandresort-spa.com.vn)

FOUR SEASONS THE NAM HAI

(ƒp 1, ßi÷n D≠¨ng, ßi÷n Bµn *Tel:

3940 000 *Website: http://www.

thenamhai.com/)

HOTEL ROYAL HOI AN

(39 ßµo Duy Tı, C»m PhÊ, HÈi An

*Tel: 05103 950 777)

VICTORIA HOI AN BEACH

RESORT & SPA

(Cˆa ßπi Beach *Tel: 3927 040

*Website: http://www.victoriahotels.

asia/eng/hotels-in-vietnam/hoi-anbeach-resort-spa)

TRAVEL AGENTS

HóI AN TRAVEL

(10 Tr«n H≠ng ßπo

*Tel: 3910 911 *Website: http://

www.hoiantravel.com/)

RESTAURANTS

HEAVEN GARDEN

(236 Cˆa ßπi *Tel: 3919 199

*Website: http://www.heavengardenres.com/vn)

SAKURA RESTAURANT &

COOKING CLASS

(11 Nguy‘n Th∏i H‰c

*Tel: 3910 369 *Website: http://

hoiansakura.com)

SECRET GARDEN

(Down the alley next to 60 L LÓi

*Tel: 3862 037 *Website: http://

secretgardenhoian.com/)

SEN

(Cˆa ßπi Beach *Tel: 3927 252

*Website: http://nhahangsenhoian.vn)

BARS/CAFES

HóI AN FULLMOON TOWNS

BAR & RESTAURANT

(101 Cˆa ßπi *Tel: 3923 922

*Website: http://www.hoianfullmoontowns.com)

TAM TAM CAF–

(110 Nguy‘n Th∏i H‰c *Tel:

3862 212 *Website: http://www.

tamtamcafe-hoian.com)

TAXIS

HóI AN

(193 L˝ Th∏i TÊ, C»m Ch©u

*Tel: 3919 919)

MAI LINH

(410 Cˆa ßπi & 60 Nguy‘n Duy

Hi÷u *Tel: 3914 914 *3929 292

*Website: http://www.mailinh.vn)

BANKING SERVICES

VIETINBANK

(4 Hoµng Di÷u *Tel: 3861 340

*Website: http://www.vietinbank.vn)

CULTURE

HóI AN MUSEUM OF FOLK

CULTURE

(10B Tr«n H≠ng ßπo)

HóI AN MUSEUM OF HISTORY

& CULTURE

(7 Nguy‘n Hu÷ *Tel: 3852 945)

COULEURS D'ASIE GALLERY

(7 Nguy‘n Hu÷ *Tel: 3911 382)

MUSEUM OF SA HU∞NH

CULTURE

(149 Tr«n PhÛ *Tel: 3861 535)

SOUVENIR SHOPS

É ß§NG SILK

(62 Tr«n H≠ng ßπo *Tel: 3910 59)

L¤NG ßáN TR¡N PH@

(65 Tr«n PhÛ *Tel: 3861 996)

MóC KIM B¤NG

(C»m Kim *Tel: 3934 282)

TRANH TH£U XQ HóI AN

(23 Nguy‘n Th∏i H‰c

*Tel: 3911 872 *Website: http://

tranhtheuxq.com)

ßÄ NøNG

(Telephone Code: 0236)

HOTELS/RESORTS

Ä LA CARTE DA NANG BEACH

(Corner of Vo Nguyen Giap

Street & Duong Dinh Nghe Str,

Son Tra Dist, Da Nang *Tel: 3

959 555 *Fax: 3 959 555 *Web:

www.alacarteliving.com *Email:

reservation-dn@alacarteliving.com)

AVANI QUY NHON RESORT

& SPA

(Bai Dai Ghenh Rang, Quy Nhon

City, Vietnam *Tel: +84 (0) 56

3840 132 *Email:quynhon@avanihotels.com)

HYATT REGENCY DANANG

RESORT & SPA

(Tr≠Íng Sa Street, Hoµ H∂i,

NgÚ Hµnh S¨n, ßµ NΩng *Tel:

3981234 *Website: danang.

regency.hyatt.com)

FUSION MAIA DANANG

(Tr≠Íng Sa, Khu M¸, NgÚ Hµnh

S¨n *Tel: 3967 999 *Website:

http://www.fusionmaiadanang.com)

INTERCONTINENTAL DAN-

ANG SUN PENINSULA RESORT

(B∑i Bæc, S¨n Trµ *Tel: 3938 888

*Website: www.danang.intercontinental.com/)

GRAND TOURANE HOTEL

(252 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Son

Tra Dist *Tel: 3778 888 *Website:

www.grandtourandehotel.com)

TRAVELLIVE 145


OTHER

CITIES

FUSION SUITES DANANG

BEACH

(V‚ Nguyn Gi∏p, M©n Th∏i *Tel:

3919 777 *Website: www.fusionsuitesdanangbeach.com)

PREMIER VILLAGE DANANG

(99 V‚ Nguyn Gi∏p, quÀn

NgÚ Hµnh S¨n, ßµ NΩng *Tel:

391 9999 *Fax: 391 9998

*Website: www.premier-villagedanang.com)

PULLMAN DANANG BEACH

RESORT

(V‚ Nguyn Gi∏p Street, NgÚ

Hµnh S¨n *Tel: 395 8888 *Website:

www.pullman-danang.com)

GRAND MERCURE DANANG

HOTEL

(Lot A1, Zone of the Villas of

Green Island, Ha C≠Íng Bæc, H∂i

Ch©u *Tel: 379 7777 *Website:

http://www.accorhotels.com/7821)

NOVOTEL ßÄ NøNG PREMIER

HAN RIVER

(36 Bπch ߪng, H∂i Ch©u *Tel:

3929 999 *Website: http://www.

novotel-danang-premier.com)

FURAMA RESORT DANANG

(V‚ Nguyn Gæp, NgÚ Hµnh S¨n,

ßµ NΩng *Tel: 0511 3847 333

*Website: www.furamavietnam.com)

EMBASSIES/CONSULATES

AIRLINES

TRAVEL AGENTS

TAXIS

HOTELS/RESORTS

RESTAURANTS

BARS/CAFES

SPAS

BANKING SERVICES

SOUVENIR SHOPS

CULTURE

SHOPPING MALLS

SUPERMARKETS

SANDY BEACH NON NUOC

RESORT

(21 Tr≠Íng Sa, Ha H∂i, ßµ NΩng

*Tel: 3961 777 *Website: http://

www.centarahotelsresorts.com/cdv/

cdv_default.asp.UN_s9OSIHwM)

TRAVEL AGENTS

ASIANA TRAVEL MATE

(Domestic Arrival Hall, ßµ NΩng

Airport *Tel: 3614 783 *Website:

http://www.asianatravelmate.com)

TAXIS

S§NG HÄN

(37/1 ßi÷n Bin PhÒ, H∂i Ch©u

*Tel: 3719 258)

RESTAURANTS

TR@C L¢M VI£N

(8 - 10 Tr«n Qu˝ C∏p *Tel: 3582

428 *Website: http://truclamvien.

com.vn/)

SPA

VINCHARM SPA

(Vinpearl Luxury ßµ NΩng -

Tr≠Íng Sa, Ha H∂i, NgÚ Hµnh

S¨n *Tel: 3968 888 *Website:

http://www.vincharmspa.com)

BANKING SERVICES

TECHCOMBANK

(244 - 248 Nguy‘n V®n Linh

*Tel: 3650 118 *Website: http://

www.techcombank.com.vn)

CULTURE

DANANG MUSEUM OF CHAM

SCULPTURE

(No2, 2/9 Street, B◊nh Hin, H∂i

Ch©u *Tel: 3470 114 *Website:

http://www.chammuseum.danang.vn)

MUSEUM OF DANANG

(24 Tr«n PhÛ, Thπch Thang, H∂i

Ch©u *Tel: 3822 390 *Website:

http://www.baotangdanang.vn)

SOUVENIR SHOPS

ART GALLERY

(176 Tr«n PhÛ, Ph≠Ìc Ninh, H∂i

Ch©u *Tel: 3897 798)

HU⁄

(Telephone Code: 0234)

HOTELS/RESORTS

ANA MANDARA HU⁄

(ThuÀn An Town, PhÛ Vang

*Tel: 3983 333 *Website: http://

www.anamandarahue-resort.com)

ALBA HOTEL

(12 Nguy‘n V®n Cı, TP. Hu’

*Tel: 3839 998 *Website: www.

albahotels.com.vn)

INDOCHINE PALACE

(105A HÔng V≠¨ng,TP Hu’

*Tel: 393 6666 - Fax: 393 6555

*Email: info@indochinepalace.com

*Website: www.indochinepalace.

com)

LA RESIDENCE HUE HOTEL

& SPA

(5 L LÓi, TP Hu’ *Tel: 383 7475

*Website: www.laresidence-hue.com

CENTURY RIVERSIDE

HOTEL HUE

(49 L LÓi, Hu’ *Tel: ( 3823390

*Website: http://www.centuryriversidehue.com)

IMPERIAL HU⁄

(8 HÔng V≠¨ng, PhÛ HÈi *Tel:

3882 222 *Website: http://www.

imperial-hotel.com.vn/)

VEDANÇ LAGOON

(Zone 1, PhÛ LÈc *Tel: 3681 688

*Website: http://www.vedanalagoon.com/)

RESTAURANTS

CUNG ßçNH

(3 Nguy‘n Sinh Sæc, V‹ Dπ

*Tel: 3897 202 *Website: http://

www.royalpark.com.vn/)

TèNH GIA VI£N

(7/28 L Th∏nh T´n & 50 PhÛ

MÈng, Kim Long *Tel: 3522 243

& 3510 644 *Website: http://www.

tinhgiavien.com.vn/)

NHÄ HÄNG LE PARFUM

(5 L LÓi, TP. Hu’

*Tel: 054 3837 475)

TAXIS

THÄNH C§NG

(Tel: 357 5757)

MAI LINH

(Tel: 3898 989)

BANKING SERVICES

VIB

(51 Hai Bµ Tr≠ng, V‹nh Ninh

*Tel: 3883 666 *Website: http://

www.vib.com.vn)

VIETCOMBANK

(78 HÔng V≠¨ng *Tel: 3811 900

Website: http://www.vietcombank.

com.vn)

CULTURE

THI£N M| PAGODA

(Hµ Kh, H≠¨ng Long)

NHA TRANG

(Telephone Code: 058)

HOTELS/RESORTS

L'ALYANA NINH VAN BAY

(Ninh V©n Bay, Ninh Ha *Tel:

384 7333 *Website: www.anlamnvb.com)

BEST WESTERN PREMIER HA-

VANA NHA TRANG

(38 Tr«n PhÛ Boulevard, LÈc Th‰

*Tel: 388 9999 *Website: www.

havanahotel.vn)

CAM RANH RIVIERA BEACH

RESORT&SPA

(Northern Peninsula Cam Ranh,

Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Viet Nam

*Tel: (+84) 583989898 *Website:

www.rivieraresortspa.com)

MERPERLE SUNSET VILLAS -

MERPERLE HON TAM RESORT

- MERPERLE SPARKLING

WAVES

(Add: Hon Tam Island, Vinh

Nguyen, Nha Trang)

MERPERLE SEASUN HOTEL

(Add: SË 2 Tr«n Quang Kh∂i, LÈc

Th‰, Nha Trang

THE COSTA NHA TRANG

RESIDENCES

(32-34 Tran Phu Street, Nha

Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province,

Vietnam *Telephone: 3737 222

*Email: reservation@thecostanhatrang.com)

SUNRISE NHA TRANG BEACH

HOTEL & SPA

(12 - 14 Tr«n PhÛ *Tel: 3820 999

*Website: http://www.sunrisenhatrang.com.vn/)

SIX SENSES NINH VAN BAY -

VIETNAM

(Tel:+84 58 3524 268 *Email:

reservations-ninhvan@sixsenses.com)

RESTAURANTS

LOUISIANE BREW HOUSE

(Lot No 29 Tr«n PhÛ Park *Tel:

352 1948 *Website: http://www.

louisianebrewhouse.com.vn/)

BARS/CAFES

GUAVA

(34 Nguy‘n Thi÷n ThuÀt, T©n LÀp

*Tel: 3526 197 *Website: http://

www.guava.vn/)

146

TRAVELLIVE


RAINBOW BAR

(90A HÔng V≠¨ng, LÈc Th‰

*Tel: 3524 351)

TAXIS

NHA TRANG

(*Tel: 381 8181)

KHÉNH HOÄ

(46 L Th∏nh T´n, LÈc Th‰

*Tel: 3810 810)

BANKING SERVICES

BIDV

(45 - 47 ThËng Nh†t *Tel: 3822

034 *Website: http://bidv.com.vn/)

VIETINBANK

(4 Hoµng Hoa Th∏m

*Tel: 3822 759 *Website: http://

www.vietinbank.vn)

BçNH THUÜN

(Telephone Code: 062)

HOTELS/ RESORTS

ANANTARA MUI NE RESORT

(Mui Ne Beach, KM10, *Ham Tien

Ward, Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan

Province, Vietnam *Tel: 374 1888

*Fax: 374 1555 *Email: muine@

anantara.com

AROMA BEACH RESORT & SPA

(Khu phË 5, PhÛ H∂i, Phan Thi’t,

B◊nh ThuÀn *Tel: 3828 288, Fax:

3828 111 *Email: reservation@

aromabeachresort.com *Website:

www.aromabeachresort.com)

PH@ HÅI RESORT

(Km8, Nguy‘n ß◊nh Chi”u, PhÛ Hµi,

Phan Thi’t *Tel: 062. 3 812 799

*Website: www.phuhairesort.com)

BLUE BAY MUI NE RESORT & SPA

(Su´› N≠Ìc, MÚi Nä *Tel: 3836 888

*Website: www.bluebaymuineresort.

com)

VICTORIA PHAN THIET BEACH

RESORT & SPA

(Km 9, Phu Hai, Phan Thiet, Binh

Thuan, Vietnam *Tel: +84 62 3813

000 *Fax: +84 62 3813 007 *Email:

resa.phanthiet@victoriahotels.asia

*www.victoriahotels.asia)

SONATA RESORT & SPA

(Km 17, Æ≠Íng 719, x∑ Ti’n Thµnh,

Phan Thi’t, B◊nh ThuÀn *Tel: 62

3846 768 *Web: www.sonataresort.

com)

THE CLIFF RESORT & RESI-

DENCES

(Khu PhË 5, PhÛ Hµi, Phan Thi’t,

B◊nh ThuÀn *Tel: 0 62 371 9111 /

062 371 9123 *Fax: 062 371 9333

*Email: reservation@thecliffresort.

com.vn, *website: www.thecliffresort.

com.vn)

GOOD MORNING VIETNAM

(57A Nguy‘n ß◊nh Chi”u *Tel:

3847 589 *Website: http://www.

gmvnmuine.com)

SPA

ROCK WATER BAY BEACH

RESORT & SPA

(Ke Ga, Tan Thanh, Ham Thuan

Nam, Binh Thuan Province, Vietnam

*Tel: (84.62) 3683 115

/ 3683 117 / 3683 279 *Fax:

(84.62) 3683 114 *Hotline: (84)

974 496 660 *Website: www.

rockwaterbay.vn *Facebook: Rock

Water Bay Resort *Email: info@

rockwaterbay.vn)

SOUVENIR SHOPS

SAIGON ART & GALLERY

(Km 11, Hµm Ti’n *Tel: 3847 507

*Website: http://www.saigon-art.com)

VIET FASHION

(34 Nguy‘n Hu÷ *Tel: 6253 213)

SUPERMARKETS

CO.OP MART

(1A Nguy‘n T†t Thµnh, B◊nh H≠ng

*Tel: 3835 440 *Website: http://

www.coopmart.vn)

ßÄ LÑT

(Telephone Code: 063)

HOTELS/RESORTS

ANA MANDARA VILLAS DALAT

RESORT & SPA

(L Lai Street, Ward 5 *Tel: 3555

888 *Website: http://anamandararesort.com/)

BINH AN VILLAGE RESORT

DALAT

(HÂ Tuy“n L©m, Khu phË 4,

ßµ Lπt, Vi÷t Nam *Tel: 84-633 -

800 999 *Email:dalat@binhanvillage.

com *Website:www.binhanvillage.

com)

DALAT EDENSEE LAKE

RESORT & SPA

(Tuy“n L©m Lake, Zone VII.2 *Tel:

3831 515 *Website: http://www.

dalatedensee.com/)

NGñC PHÉT ßÄ LÑT

(10 H TÔng MÀu, Ph≠Íng 3, Tp.

ßµ lπt *Tel: 063 368 3979 *Fax:

063 383 5868 *Email: info@

ngocphatdalathotel.com *Website:

www.ngocphatdalathotel.com)

SWISS - BELRESORT TUYEN LAM

(Zone 7&8, Khu du lch HÂ Tuy“n

L©m, ph≠Íng 3, ßµ Lπt)

TERRASSE DES ROSES

(35 Cao B∏ Qu∏t, ph≠Íng 7,

Thung LÚng T◊nh Yu, ßµ Lπt *Tel:

06 3356 5279 *Website: www.

terrassedesrose-villa.com *E-mail:

info@terrassedesroses-villa.com)

TERRACOTTA HOTEL & RE-

SORT DALAT

(Ph©n khu ch¯c n®ng 7.9, KDL hÂ

Tuy“n L©m, Ph≠Íng 3 *Tel: 063

3883 838 / Website: www.terracottaresort.com)

RESTAURANTS

LE RABELAIS

(12 Tr«n PhÛ *Tel: 3825 444)

BçNH D•NG

(Telephone Code: 650)

AN LAM SAIGON RIVER

(21/4 Trung Str, Vinh Phu W, Thuan

An Dist, Binh Duong Province,

Vietnam *Tel: (+84) 650 378 5555

*Fax: (+84) 650 378 5000 *Email:

rsvn.sr@anlam.com *Hotline: (+84)

908 998 550)

THE MIRA HOTEL

(555B *Tel: 0650 367 8888 *Fax:

0650 367 8880 *Email: info@

themirahotel.com.vn *email: sales@

themirahotel.com.vn / reservation@

themirahotel.com.vn)

BECAMEX THU DAU MOT

HOTEL

(230 ßπi lÈ B◊nh D≠¨ng, Hi÷p

Thµnh, ThÒ D«u MÈt *Tel: 0650

222 1333, *Fax: 0650 222 1342

*Email: sales@becamexhotel.com

/ reservation@becamexhotel.com /

booking@becamexhotel.com)

VüNG TÄU

(Telephone Code: 064)

HOTELS/RESORTS

H¤ TRÄM BEACH RESORT&SPA

(H Trµm, Ph≠Ìc ThuÀn, Xuyn

MÈc *Tel: 378 1525 *Website:

http://www.hotramresort.com/)

TROPICANA BEACH

RESORT & SPA

(44A Road, Ph≠Ìc H∂i, ߆t ß·

*Tel: 367 8888 *Website: http://

www.tropicanabeachresort.com/)

ALMA OASIS LONG HAI

(Tÿnh lÈ 44A, Th tr†n Long H∂i,

Long ßi“n *Tel: 366 2222 *Email:

reservations@almaoasislonghai.com,

Website: www.almaoasislonghai.com)

THE GRAND HO TRAM STRIP

(Ph≠Ìc ThuÀn, Xuyn MÈc, Bµ Ra,

VÚng Tµu *Tel: 064 3781 631,

Email: info@thegrandhotram.com

*Website: www.thegrandhotram.com)

SIX SENSES CON DAO -

VIETNAM

(Tel: +84 64 3831 222 *Email:

reservations-condao@sixsenses.com)

TAXIS

MAI LINH

(12 Hoµng Hoa Th∏m *Tel: 3563 656)

PETRO

(50 Nam K˙ KhÎi Ngh‹a

*Tel: 3851 851)

RESTAURANTS

DAVID

(92 Hπ Long Street, Ward 2

*Tel: 3521 012)

GOOD MORNING VIETNAM

(6 Hoµng Hoa Th∏m *Tel: 3856

959 )

PH@ QUˇC

(Telephone Code: 077)

HOTELS/RESORTS

LA VERANDA RESORT PH@

QUˇC

(Tr«n H≠ng ßπo, D≠¨ng ß´ng,

PhÛ QuËc *Tel: 077 3982 988

*Email: contact@laverandaresorts.com

*Website: www.laverandaresorts.com)

NOVOTEL PHU QUOC RESORT

(Duong Bao Hamlet, Duong To

Commune, Phu Quoc *Tel: 077

626 0999 *Email: H9770@accor.

com *Website: www.novotelphuquoc.

com)

VINPEARL PHU QUOC RESORT

(B∑i Dµi, Gµnh D«u, PhÛ QuËc

*Tel: 077 3519 999 *Fax: 077

3847 771 *Email: info@vinpearlphuquoc-resort.com

*Website: www.

vinpearlresort-phuquoc.com)

SALINDA RESORT PHU QUOC

ISLAND

(Cˆa L†p, D≠¨ng T¨, PhÛ QuËc *Tel:

077 399 0011 *Fax: 077 399 9911

*Email: contact@salindaresort.com,

*Website: www.salindaresort.com)

CAF–

BUDDY ICE CREAM

& INFO CAFE

(No 6 Bach Dang Str, Duong Dong

*Tel: (+84) 77 3 994 181 *Website:

www.visitphuquoc.info)

TRAVELLIVE 147


ß\NG Bì Lö C• HóI THAM D# NH~NG S# KIåN ßÖC S¿C TÑI CÉC

ßIÕM ß⁄N TRONG VÄ NGOÄI NõC T\ 15/04 - 15/05/2017

Do not miss chances to join these unparralleled events taking place from

April15 th to May15 th , 2017 in Vietnam and other countries.

Danang

29/4 - 24/6

Danang International Firework Festival 2017

VÌi chÒ Æ“ "T·a s∏ng NgÚ Hµnh S¨n", DIFF 2017 quy tÙ 8 ÆÈi Æ’n tı ThÙy S‹, NhÀt B∂n, Trung QuËc,

Anh, Italy, @c, Éo vµ ÆÈi chÒ nhµ Vi÷t Nam, sœ di‘n ra vµo c∏c Æm 29/4, 20/5, 27/5, 3/6 vµ 24/6.

CÔng vÌi c∏c Æm tr◊nh di‘n ph∏o hoa, l‘ hÈi cn c„ nhi“u ch≠¨ng tr◊nh h†p d…n nh≠: L‘ hÈi v®n h„a

Ch®m, L‘ hÈi Æ≠Íng phË, L‘ hÈi Æiu khæc quËc t’, L‘ hÈi »m th˘c quËc t’, L‘ hÈi bia...

Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2017 (DIFF 2017), with the theme "Shining Marble Mountains",

will take place on the nights of 29/4, 20/5, 27/5, 3/6, and 24/6 with the participation of 8 teams

from the U.K, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Australia, Japan, China, and Vietnam. Along with vivid fireworks

displays, the festival includes an array of attractive activities such as a Cham cultural festival, sculpture

festival, International Cuisine Festival, beer festival, street festivals, and more.

13/4 - 15/4

Songkran 2017

japan Tham d˘ s˘ ki÷n chµo Æ„n

n®m mÌi tπi Ɔt n≠Ìc chÔa Vµng,

du kh∏ch c„ c¨ hÈi kh∏m ph∏ nät

v®n h„a ÆÈc Æ∏o trong ngµy t’t cÊ

truy“n cÒa d©n tÈc Th∏i vÌi hoπt

ÆÈng tä n≠Ìc vµo nhau nh≠ mÈt lÍi

chÛc s¯c kh·e vµ c«u b◊nh an.

During Songkran - the water festival

or New Year festival in Thailand,

visitors will have a chance to

explore the country's unique culture

in the biggest traditional event of

the Thai people. From 13 th to 15 th

April, people splash water on others

seeking good fortune.

29/4 - 30/4/2017

The Japanese EDM Music

Festival

Thailand Electric Daisy

Carnival (EDC) Æ≠Óc xem lµ mÈt

trong nh˜ng l‘ hÈi ©m nhπc Æi÷n

tˆ Æ≠Óc chÍ ÆÓi nh†t th’ giÌi. Chÿ

trong mÈt thÍi gian ngæn s¯c n„ng

cÒa EDC Æ∑ lan Æ’n nhi“u n¨i trn

th’ giÌi. Sau Anh, Mexico vµ Brazil

th◊ NhÀt B∂n lµ Æi”m Æ≠Óc chÍ

ÆÓi Æ” bi”u t≠Óng cÛ khÊng l t·a

sæc, cÔng s˘ xu†t hi÷n cÒa hµng

loπt ngh÷ s¸ hµng Æ«u cÒa dng

nhπc Æi÷n tˆ nh≠ House, Electro,

Drum and Bass, Techno, Trap,

Hardstyle...

EDC Japan 2017 Electric Daisy

Carnival (EDC) is one of the longwaited

festival. Just in a short time,

the heat of EDC has spread to many

places on Earth. After England,

Mexico and Brazil, Japan is the

next destination for the colorful owl,

the symbol of EDC shines, along

with the performances from top

EDM artists such as: House, Electro,

Drum and Bass, Techno, Trap,

Hardstyle...

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La Vie Color Me Run 2017

hanoi L«n Æ«u tin, Hµ NÈi trÎ

thµnh Æi”m xu†t ph∏t cÒa La Vie

Color Me Run 2017 vÌi s˘ ki÷n

di‘n ra tπi Vinhomes Riverside.

ß›ch Æ’n s∏ng tπo lµ kho∂nh khæc

Key Moment - Tung mµu tÀp th” vµ

ch≠¨ng tr◊nh ©m nhπc, n¨i t†t c∂

m‰i ng≠Íi cÔng chia sŒ tr∂i nghi÷m

kh„ qun cÒa m◊nh.

For the first time Hanoi is chosen as

the starting point of the La Vie Color

Me Run. The event will take place in

Vinhomes Riverside. The destination

of creation is a key moment of the

year when everyone spreads colors

together, enjoying music, and

sharing in amazing memories.

29/5

Cheese Rolling Festival

England Vµo dp Bank Holiday

mÔa xu©n (th¯ hai cuËi cÔng cÒa

th∏ng 5), hµng ngµn ng≠Íi ÆÊ

x´ Æ’n quÀn West Î London Æ”

xem c∏c ÆËi thÒ ÆuÊi theo mi’ng

pho m∏t l®n theo ÆÂi Cooper,

Gloucestershire. ß©y lµ mi’ng pho

m∏t Double Gloucester h◊nh b∏nh

xe, n∆ng 4kg vµ c„ th” Æπt tËc ÆÈ

113km/giÍ khi l®n xuËng dËc.

On Bank Holiday (the last Monday

of May), thousands of people

flock to West District in London

to watch competitors chasing

the rolling chees on Cooper Hill,

Gloucestershire. The7-lb wheel of

ripe Gloucestershire cheese can

roll downhill at the speed up to

113km/h.

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