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Dien Bien Phu - Lai Chau Vietnam Information Dien Bien Phu (DBP) plays a star role in Vietnam's modern history. It was in the surrounding countryside here, on 7 May 1954, that the French colonial forces were defeated by the Viet Minh in a decisive battle, and the days of their Indochina empire became numbered. The town sits in the heart-shaped Muong Thanh Valley, surrounded by heavy forested hills. The scenery along the way here is stunning, with roads being scallying through thick forests and steep terrain. The city itself lies on a broad dry plain. Thai, Hmong and Si La people live in the surrounding mountains, but the city and valley are mainly inhabited by ethnic Vietnamese. Previously just a minor settlement, DBP only achieved city status in 1992. It became a city in 2003, and a year later was elevated to provincial capital Expansive boulevards and civic buildings have been constructed, and the airport now receives daily flights from Hanoi and provide Vietnam visa on arrival for tourists History is DBP's main attraction with the clutch of bunkers, museums and war memorials attracting mostly domestic tourists. With the nearby Tay Trang-Sop Hun Vietnam-Laos border open to foreigners, more travelers are also passing through the city too Ha Giang, 300 km away from Hanoi, located at the highest latitude in Vietnam. It is surrounded by Cao Bang, Tuyen Quang, Lao Cai, and Yen Bai. It shares a border with China in the north. Many ethnic minorities, including the Dao, H'mong, Tay, and Nung, live in Ha Giang province Vietnam.

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the country's second largest city. Its population in 2009 was estimated at 2.6 million for urban districts and 7 million for the metropolitan jurisdiction. The population in 2015 was estimated at 7.7 million people. From 1010 to 1802, it was the most important political center of Vietnam. It was eclipsed by Huế, The imperial capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), but Hanoi served as the French Indochina of the capital from 1902 to 1954. From 1954 to 1976, it was North of Vietnam, and it was became the capital of a reunified Vietnam in 1976, after the North's victory in the Vietnam War. The city lies on the right bank of the Red River. Hanoi is 1,760 km (1,090 mi) north of Ho Chi Minh City and 120 km (75 mi) west of Hai Phong city. October 2010 officially marked 1000 years since the establishment of the city. The Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural is a 4 km ceramic mural built to mark the occasion

Hue is the ancient capital of Imperial Vietnam, where the Nguyen Lords based their government during their reign over the Vietnam between the 17th and 19th century. It remained the national capital until 1945, when Bao Dai (the collaborator king) escaped into exile and Ho Chi Minh declared independence from France in Hanoi. As a result, the city of Hue and its surroundings as well as hotels in Hue are covered with impressive monuments, temples and palaces While suffering from its central position during the Vietnamese / American War it truly deserves its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as you go everywhere, the impressive buildings are the countryside out of the jump - the hue itself of the imperial palace of nothing While the city of Hue is developing, the residents of Hue are re-known for their traditionalism - even the young feel it is their duty to preserve Hue's customs, traditions and architecture for the generations to come. They are known throughout Vietnam for the way they speak Vietnamese, their traditional style of dress and their food, which is a great way to get some of Vietnam's offer.

The emperors used to demand the very best delicacies, and thousands of special dishes were developed to satisfy their tastes. The result is a huge selection of light, delicate and immaculately crafted dishes, designed to allow the emperor to eat at leisure, each one unique, and deliciously individual yet not so heavy as to prevent him trying more dishes. The city is split by the Perfume River, with the imperial city and markets to the North and the newer buildings of the city of Hue to the South. Hue remains a relatively small town, and getting around is easy enough, whether by bicycle, cyclo or motorbike. (though thankfully motorized vehicles are banned from inside the Imperial city) While the Imperial city is a fantastic place to explore, your visit to Hue would not be complete if you didn't explore the huge array of tombs, temples and ruins in the countryside. The best way to explore is to hop on the back of a motorbike and let the driver take you to his favorite sights - as you pass through the countryside you will see many more beautiful old building leap out of the paddy fields.

You can also spend a beautiful day, taking a boat trip up the river, and while it is possible to see several monuments and pagodas from the water's side, we highly recommend joining a motorbike driver for a drive once . Mù Cang Chải is a rural district of Yên Bái Province, in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003, the district had a population of 42,574. The district covers an area of ​​1,199 km². The District is located at Mù Cang Chải Mu Cang Chai is a district of Yen Bai province. It shares the border in the north with Van Ban District of Lao Cai, neighboring in the south of Muong La district of Son La province, being the west of Than Uyen Lai Chau province, sharing in the east of Van Chan district and Yen Bai province The district is located at the foot of Hoang Lien Son mountain range

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