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Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is considered the largest butterfly flight aviary and exhibit on the continent. This detailed guide will tell you all there is to know about this magical place.

Location, history and opening hours.

Stunning, splendid, exquisite, beguiling, and glamorous. These are just a few words that can describe the wonderful and delicate beauty of butterflies. Few of us can keep ourselves from succumbing to the charms of elegant and colorful wings fluttering next to brilliantly-colored flowers.  But alas, those divine creatures have become more and more elusive as green spaces are increasingly claimed by urban jungle. There are still many places left on this Earth where you can find the winged flower lovers in large number and be dazzled by their beauty even more, and one of them is the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary located in the center of Kuranda, Queensland, Australia.

PCaPTA acquired full ownership of the sanctuary in 2007. Instagram @australianbutterflysanctuary

The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary is located at 8 Rob Veivers Drive in Kuranda Village. Situated just an hour from Cairns City and yet surrounded the lush tropical rainforests, the sanctuary is pleasant to visit and easy to access. It is the brainchild of Paul and Susan Wright, who were madly in love with butterflies. Their beautiful sanctuary was long in the making and finally broke out of its cocoon to be open to the public in 1987. Since then, millions of visitors have visited this magnificent site. It is now run by the CaPTA Group. Only native butterflies of Australia are bred on the premises, especially species from North Queensland. Now, over 2,000 varieties of colorful butterflies flutter around there. The sanctuary is open from 9:45am to 4:00pm, 364 days of the year (only being closed on Christmas Day). However, it is occasionally closed for a short period of time due to maintenance or conservation purposes.

How about price ranges, tours and attractions?

Purchasing tickets as a family (two adults, two children) will help you save 16 %. Instagram @australianbutterflysanctuary

The best places to visit

The laboratory staff cut, wash and change food-plant for about 27,600 caterpillars every day. Instagram @australianbutterflysanctuary

The main aviary is the pinnacle of the whole sanctuary. Besides the presence of many thousands of butterflies, this place can leave you in awe with breath-taking woodland scenery. It has dense rainforest canopy shading over countless exotic plants and flowers, complemented by running freshwater streams and spectacular waterfalls, the tropical liveliness and majesty is complete. It is just wonderful that a lot of effort has gone into making the aviary suitable for butterflies. Since they are delicate and fragile creatures, their habitat must be just right. The next highlight is the laboratory where you will have a golden opportunity to view first-hand how butterflies are bred. The laboratory personnel will show you caterpillars in different stages of development, and how the ugliest creature can metamorphose into the most enchanting one. The staff are also ready to give interesting facts about butterflies, like why they should be left alone when undergoing their transformation into butterflies. When the guided tour is over, you can visit other exciting facilities. The Butterfly Myths & Legends display is such a place. Here, you will learn about the extent to which those delicate winged creatures influence folklore around the world. At the museum, another attraction, it would be awesome to explore the 584 different butterfly and moth species from all known continents (except for Antarctica), but if you are wondering if butterflies see like us, don’t hesitate to go to the UV Light Display. You will be able see what a butterfly can see, an amazing experience because butterflies can see in the ultraviolet spectrum.

The kings and queens of the kingdom

All species of butterflies raised there are rainforest ones native to the region. The most imposing of them is perhaps the Hercules Moth, the largest moth in the world. It has an average wingspan of 27 centimeters and, despite its ability to stay in the cocoon for up to two years, lives only 2-8 days. Watching those giants emerge from the cocoons is always an exciting moment. Another interesting variety is the electric blue Ulysses butterfly. Named after the legendary Greek hero, it is extremely famous in the park and used as the unofficial emblem of Tropical North Queensland. The last ruler of the Kuranda butterfly kingdom is the dazzling Cairns birdwing butterfly. As suggested by the name, it can only be found in the region around Cairns, and is Australia’s largest endemic butterfly species. Once you arrive at the sanctuary, you will have a chance to consult the educational exhibits to learn more about their habitats and behavior.

A few tips for a terrific visit If you still want to flutter

After your memorable visit to the butterfly kingdom, why don’t you try out other tourist attractions that are conveniently situated close by? You can catch a shuttle bus to visit the impressive Rainforestation Nature Park. Historically a coffee and orange plantation, the park has expanded substantially to include a World Heritage-listed rainforest with rich biodiversity and indigenous Aboriginal villages. A trip to this place will give you fascinating insights into native Australian wildlife as well as indigenous cultures. (Observing baby wallabies and wombats or being instructed to throw a boomerang by a native teacher is a must). Then head to Kuranda Rainforest Markets that are only a short walk away from the sanctuary. A series of markets built in the middle of ancient rainforest, this place allows you to have a pleasant eco-tourism experience as well as purchase unique souvenirs. There are numerous items to make a fuss of, like Aboriginal crafts, world-class opals, handmade leatherwork, wooden toys and gemstones. They are sold by friendly stall owners who would love to have a chat and tell you interesting tales about the history of the land. It would be hard to leave empty-handed. For a more active experience, you can travel on the Kuranda Scenic Railway that runs through vibrant cities, pristine rainforest, majestic mountain ranges and fertile plateau. The beautiful landscape and bustling Australian life would be yours to enjoy.

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Từ khoá: A detailed guide to Australian Butterfly Sanctuary: what you have to see

A Detailed Guide To Visit The Korean Truce Village

Panmunjom is located in the most sensitive area of Korea’s demilitarised zone. It’s the only tourist destination where visitors are required to sign a release that asks them to accept responsibility for “injury or death as a direct result of enemy action.”The Joint Security Area (JSA), aka Panmunjom, offers a look at the tensions that remain from the Korean War. The North and South technically remain at war, and the JSA, located deep within the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), is the only place where visitors can see the actual border and North Korean soldiers on the other side. Indeed, joining a high-quality DMZ & JSA tour is one of the most unique things to do in Seoul. Here is our detailed guide to visiting the Panmunjom – Korean truce village.

You are about to enter the world’s most protected border and witness the spine-chilling tension between North and South Koreas History of Panmunjom

Panmunjom is a small village, about 55 km north of Seoul, that lies at the border between North and South Korea. It was originally called “nul ban ri,” or plank-door village, so-called because the house doors and bridges were made from planks of wood. When the village became the site of talks during the Korean War, Chinese officials labeled it with traditional Chinese characters, which when pronounced in Korean sounded like chúng tôi truce that ended hostilities between the two countries was signed here in 1953, but as peace was never agreed to, the two sides are still officially at war over fifty years later and a million men stand guard around the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

Panmunjom, Joint Security Area. Instagram @joergbrueggemann

To repel an invasion, both sides of the highway, especially the side facing the Imjin River and open water to North Korea, are covered with barbed wire and dotted with observation posts every few hundred meters. Nearby hills house machine gun emplacements, the median strip has clusters of sandbags for defense, and many bridges above the highway can be activated as tank traps as they contain large concrete blocks that can be dynamited to block the road. Large illuminated signs, proclaiming “Freedom and Democracy” in Hangul script, face the North.

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Have a spine-chilling experience by visiting DMZ & JSA, the most volatile area all in the world! Our guide will take care of everything so that you can enjoy your visit to the fullest!

How to get to Panmunjom

Panmunjom sits less than 40 miles from Seoul. The only way into this heavily restricted area is on an organized tour. To enter the JSA, visitors must pass through multiple checkpoints before arriving at Camp Bonifas, escorted by either US or South Korean soldiers. Note citizens of certain countries are not allowed on these tours. Access to most of the are is forbidden, so the only way to visit Panmunjom is through a licensed tour operator.

The border between two countries. Instagram @ronderlustwatts1

Panmunjeom is very close to the South Korean capital of Seoul, and tours from the center of the city with itineraries that include Panmunjeom generally start in the morning and end before the evening. The 62 km journey towards Panmunjeom from Seoul is a sight in itself. The 12-lane Freedom Road becomes eerily empty as you approach the border, as its primary purpose is to get tanks there as fast as possible if war breaks out.

Unlike any random touristy attractions, Panmunjom embodies the innermost secrets which only an intellectual tour guide from Inspitrip can help you unravel.

What you can expect in Panmunjom

There are no troops in the DMZ itself (except in the JSA), although both sides of the 4 km strip of land separating the Koreas are likely to be the most heavily armed in the world. Pillboxes, land mines, barbed wire, and tank stoppers line the entire border and stretch back halfway to Seoul in the South and Pyongyang in the North. This section is often referred to as the Militarized Zone. In South Korea, there are also adjacent border areas called Civilian Control Zones where public access is restricted.

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One kilometer east of the former village (now deserted) is the Joint Security Area (JSA), an almost circular patch of land with an 800 m diameter. This area is jointly policed by the South and North, and the two sides occasionally meet for discussions. Panmunjeom is right on the Military Demarcation Line (MDL), which is the actual border between North and South Korea. The DMZ is a four-kilometer-wide buffer strip centered on this MDL.

What you can experience in Panmunjom

Take a trip through history and learn about North Korean and South Korean. You will get to visit key sites of the struggle and learn about economic, political and social effects the war has had on both countries. The highlight of the trip is that you will be able to walk right up to the North Korean border on a tour of the Joint Security Area – the only portion of the DMZ where the North Korean and South Korean forces stand face to face.

Take a trip through history and learn about North Korean and South Korean, Instagram: @ssu_201017

Due to the tension and security concerns involved, travelers are required to join an organized tour group in order to visit the truce village better known as the JSA. Day trips to the DMZ from Seoul include stops at the JSA, as well as other area attractions like the Third Infiltration Tunnel, Bridge of No Return, and an observation point where it’s possible to observe a North Korean village across the border through a telescope. You will also get to visit the Freedom House, Imjingak Park – home to many statues and monuments commemorating the Korean chúng tôi More: Detailed guide to visit the DMZ

Visit the Freedom House

The view of the Freedom House Instagram: @hashtag.ryan

Located in JSA, the Freedom House functions as a meeting place for North and South Korea. The facility helps the two sides to negotiate and communicate, holding offices of major organizations like the South and North Red Cross Liaison Office. This stop often starts the JSA tour, setting the tone of the interaction between North and South Korea. The current building was constructed on July 9, 1998. It was built by the founder of Hyundai to host reunions of families separated during the Korean War. However, since North Korea has worried about sending their people through the division line of JSA, the house has been used only for Red Cross staffs and the liaison officers of South Korea.

See the Bridge of No Return

The Bridge of No Return is a small bridge where POWs were exchanged after the war. There were two operations for it: Operation Little Switch as a test case for prisoner repatriation and Operation Big Switch for a general exchange of prisoners.  All the POWs were carried to both ends of the bridge and they were given a choice. Once they chose to cross over the road, they could not make a turning back, hence the name “Bridge of No Return”. About thirteen thousand UNC prisoners returned to their countries, and about eighty-nine thousand KPA and Chinese prisoners returned to their communist nations.

The Bridge of No Return is a small bridge where POWs were exchanged after the war. Instagram @inspitrip

Wander around Imjingak Park

Saddening as it may be, the stories of separated families will inspire and move you to tears

Imjingak is surrounded by several monuments, Instagram: @kingswing921j.e

Imjingak, located 7 km from the Military Demarcation Line, is now at the forefront of tourism related to the Korean War. It was built in 1972 with the hope that someday unification would be possible. Three-storied Imjingak is surrounded by several monuments, Unification Park and North Korea Center. 400 kinds of photos and documents showing the stark reality of North Korea are displayed in the North Korea Center of Unification Board. Outside Imjingak, there are 12 kinds of tanks and crafts on display that were used during the war. Mangbaedan Alter, which stands opposite of Imjingak, is famous for the place where people from North Korea visit and perform ancestral rites by bowing toward their hometown every New Years Day and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving). If you are lucky enough, you can be connected with a North Korean defector to listen to heart-breaking stories of separated families. These wonderful experiences will at times make you feel sad; at others inspired. Be prepared to embrace all of these emotions during this unforgettable trip.

Observe North Korea with your naked eyes at Dora Observatory

From the observatory, you can overlook North Korea and various locations including Gaeseong, Songaksan, Kim Il-Sung Statue, and Geumamgol, the cooperation farm. As such, you might get a strange feeling knowing how close you are to North Korea. It will arouse your curiosity about meeting the North Korean and asking them how they make ends meet on a daily basis in the world’s most secretive country.

One small tip: if you do not wish to pay for the binoculars at the observatory, bring your own ones. Instagram @inspitrip

Head to The Third Tunnel

Only 44 km (27 miles) from Seoul, the incomplete tunnel was discovered in October 1978 following the detection of an underground explosion in June 1978, apparently caused by the tunnellers who had progressed 435 meters (1,427 feet) under the south side of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Visitors enter either by walking down a long steep incline that starts in a lobby with a gift shop or via a rubber-tyred train that contains a driver at the front or the back (depending on the direction as there is only one set of rails) and padded seats facing forward and backwards in rows for up to three passengers each. Photography is forbidden within the chúng tôi South Koreans have blocked the actual Military Demarcation Line in the tunnel with three concrete barricades. Tourists can walk as far as the third barricade, and the second barricade is visible through a small window in the third.

The third tunnel was allegedly designed for a surprise attack on Seoul from North Korea, and could, according to visitor information in the tunnel, accommodate 30,000 men per hour along with light weaponry. Instagram @inspitrip

Outside The Third Tunnel. Instagram @inspitrip

Buy souvenirs at Camp Bonifas

Camp Bonifas is a military post located south of the southern boundary of the Korean Demilitarized Zone, Instagram: @shelikessunflowers

Camp Bonifas is a United Nations Command military post located 400 meters south of the southern boundary of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. It was 2,400 meters south of the Military Demarcation Line, which forms the border between South Korea (the Republic of Korea) and North Korea (the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea). It was returned to the Republic of Korea in 2006. Camp Bonifas is home to the United Nations Command Security Battalion-Joint Security Area, whose primary mission is to monitor and enforce the Korean Armistice Agreement of 1953 between North and South Korea. The Republic of Korea and the United States Forces Korea soldiers conduct the United Nations Command DMZ Orientation Program tours of the JSA and surrounding areas. The camp has a gift shop where you can buy DMZ – and JSA- related souvenirs.

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Visit DMZ Museum to broaden your mind about the historical events of the Korean war

Inside DMZ Museum. Instagram: @kawaiisarangii

DMZ Museum is comprised of four themed-exhibition halls, in addition to auxiliary buildings including a special exhibition center, theater, and other convenience facilities. The museum teaches visitors everything there is to know about the DMZ, from its historical background to reports on the area’s future ecological importance and cultural value. Visit the theater to learn more about the Korean War and its aftermath through 3D documentary films.

Traveling Tips

The JSA is a must-see for history buffs and anyone looking for a better understanding of the Korean conflict.

All Panmunjom tour participants are required to carry a valid passport, be at least 10 years of age, and dress appropriately.

Refrain from wearing worn or faded jeans, exercise clothes, sleeveless shirts, collarless shirts, short skirts, shorts, tight fitting clothes, military clothes, or sandals.

Don’t speak with, gesture, or even seem to respond to people from the other side (North Korea).

Sometimes, you will be prevented from entering the common security area (JSA) because of military or other official events.

If you come from these following countries, you are requested to send the scan of your passports at least 4 days prior to the tour day to your tour operator: Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia, Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Estonia, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Macau, Malaysia, Moldova, Morocco, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Palestinian authority, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen

You can have lunch or dinner at any Korean restaurant nearby during the trip

The only way to visit Panmunjom is to go with a licensed tour operator.

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Từ khoá: Panmunjom – A detailed guide to visit the Korean truce village

A Selective Guide To Locate Top 10 Restaurants In District 2, Saigon

Photo by Pendolasco Facebook Page

District 2, specifically Thảo Điền area, is an expat heavy neighborhood in Ho Chi Minh City. Speaking of the diverse culinary demands, restaurants in this district have been developing rapidly and variously both in authenticity and fusion culinary. You can find any food culture in the area, from Asian to Western, from fast food to fine dining. Let’s have a food tour around the world in this article, based on this selective guide to locate top 10 restaurants in District 2, Saigon.


Fresh homemade pasta at Pendolasco. Photo by Pendolasco Facebook Page

Pendolasco is a highly reputed Italian restaurant. First established in 1998, the restaurant is well-known as one of the best Italian restaurants in Saigon. Their menu has been perfected to offer exquisite Italian cuisine to customers, and it’s a pity if we don’t mention their fresh homemade pasta and an authentic Italian pizza collection. The dishes are prepared carefully by an Italian chef with more than 20 years in cooking experience. Pendolasco also has a great delivery service system, you can check out their website and order for delivery. Nonetheless, we still recommend dine-in to wholly experience the extraordinary ambiance and food. If you are looking for a superb Italian taste in Saigon, you cannot miss Pendolasco.

Address: 30 Tống Hữu Định Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 10:30a.m – 10:00p.m

Price: 150,000 VND – 2,500,000 VND ($6.50 – $100.00)

La Villa French Cuisine

Delightful French cuisine at La villa. Photo by La Villa French Restaurant Facebook Page

Located in a gorgeous mansion in Thảo Điền, District 2, La Villa is an authentic French restaurant providing a delightful fine dining experience. Thierry Mounon – owner and also the head chef of La Villa had gastronomical experience at international 5-star hotels and high-end restaurants. He then created an excellent French menu; in which the must-try item is his exquisite signature beef tenderloin with pan-fried foie gras and mousquetaire sauce. Your heart will definitely fall in love with the dishes at La Villa.

Address: 14 Ngô Quang Huy Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour:

Monday To Sunday (Lunch and Dinner)

Lunch (Thu-Fri-Sat) from 11:45a.m to last order 1:30p.m (Closed around 4:00p.m)

Dinner (daily) from 6:00p.m to last order 9:30p.m (Closed around midnight)

Price: from 770,000 VND ($33.50)

The Deck

Romantic dinner by the river. Photo by Deck Saigon

The Deck is a splendid restaurant in Saigon, especially for romance. Located on the banks of the Saigon river, every customer loves The Deck at first sight with its charming setup and elegant decoration. The restaurant is well-known for its selective Pan Asian cuisine with high-quality and fresh seafood, a chilled-out cocktail bar, and a breathtaking view by the river. You surely will admire the stunning sunset view at The Deck, beside the exquisite cuisine they provide.

Address: 38 Nguyễn Ư Dĩ Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 8:00a.m – 10:00p.m

Price: the restaurant serves complete menus from breakfast to dinner, you can check out the prices accordingly by this link

Bụi Garden

As mentioned in the name (Bụi means dust in Vietnamese), Bụi Garden is a hidden lovely garden in Saigon. Bụi Garden serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine, favored by both locals and tourists. The restaurant has many exquisite traditional dishes, built from high-quality and selective ingredients. Aiming to offer a healthy meal for customers, Bụi Garden doesn’t use MSG and reduce sugar as much as possible in every dish.

With an extensive menu, you can experience delicious food from every region of Vietnam just by visiting Bụi Garden. The restaurant has many comfortable areas from indoor to outdoor, for either private patrons or just green lovers. This place brings about a nostalgic ambiance with its setup and decoration, reminding everyone of a time where it was much simpler in our lifestyle.

Address: 55A-55B Ngô Quang Huy Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 8:00a.m – 11:00p.m

Price: À la carte menu, 89,000 VND – 350,000 VND ($3.80 – $15.50)

SuShi Nhí

Delicious Japanese cuisine prepared by a dedicated chef. Photo by SuShi Nhí

Different from other famous sushi restaurants in Saigon, SuShi Nhí was originally established by a Vietnamese chef, who had years of experience at a well-known sushi restaurant chain. The owner and his wife launched their first sushi diner at a small alley in Bình Thạnh District, aiming to serve delightful Japanese cuisine at a very reasonable price for locals. With their passion for Japanese food and wholehearted work, the diner has been loved by many regulars and developed widely.

Up to now, they have set up two restaurants, one in Bình Thạnh District, and another in District 2. The services at SuShi Nhí are exceptionally good; you will be welcomed by friendly parking staff to professional waiters and waitresses. With regard to food, one of the signatures you must try are Aburi Hotate (Flash-grilled scallop served atop a small bed of hand-pressed sushi rice). The curry udon and crab yakisoba are also worth a try. If you are a Japanese food lover, you can’t go wrong with this place.

Address: 210 Trần Não Street, Bình An Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 11:00a.m – 10:30p.m

Price: 25,000 VND – 250,000 VND ($1.00 – $11.00)

Snap Café & Restaurant

Outdoor playground for kids at Snap café & Restaurant. Photo by _szarotka; roxie204

Snap Café is situated in a compound with a spacious area, diverse drink menu and delicious food. Snap café & Restaurant is a family-oriented eatery which is favored by a lot of Vietnamese and expatriates in Thảo Điền. The restaurant arranges a peaceful book garden for readers, a family playground that is friendly for kids, and a café area for friends gathering. Speaking of food, you can not miss Snap’s famous gourmet burger menu.

Every Wednesday, they also offer a promotion which is getting 2 free drinks including wine and beer when you order one of their gourmet burgers (dine-in only). This is the place to bring about a laid-back vibe and delicious food.

Address: 32 Trần Ngọc Diện Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 7:30a.m – 10:30p.m

Price: from 100,000 VND ($4.50)

OM Vegetarian Restaurant

The dishes at OM are beautifully prepared. Photo by OM Vegetarian Facebook Page

OM is a relaxing restaurant for vegetarians, located in Thảo Điền Ward. The restaurant has a spacious area with an open space full of greens and elegant decorations. The menu has been tailor-made of delightful vegan dishes, from Asian to Western cuisine while having detailed descriptions for customers to order. Dishes at OM are made from fresh ingredients, then well marinated and seasoned to create mouthwatering flavors. Apart from enjoying delicious vegan food; you will also find yourself tranquil and pleased at OM.

Address: 215B Nguyễn Văn Hưởng Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 8:00a.m – 10:00p.m

Price: 80,000 VND – 200,000 VND ($3.50 – $8.50)

Cow Mee Inn

An authentic Taiwan Beef Noodles restaurant in Saigon. Photo by Cow Mee Inn

Cow Mee Inn is a small and cozy Taiwanese diner in Thảo Điền with just around 10 seats. Cow Mee Inn provides original Taiwanese signature dishes such as beef noodles, minced pork rice with braised egg, cabbage dumplings, etc. The chewy noodles are perfectly boiled, topped with vegetable, stewed beef, and pickled mustard greens, served with rich beef broth. The taste is flavourful, with a bit of sour and savory from pickled mustard greens; all together creates an unforgettable culinary experience. This is a perfect choice for a quick yet delicious meal.

Address: 15D Ngô Quang Huy Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 10:00a.m – 9:00p.m

Price: 80,000 VND – 200,000 VND ($3.50 – $8.70)

D’Maris Buffet

High-quality seafood counter at D’Maris Buffet. Photo by PasGo

D’Maris is a Korean buffet restaurant chain in Saigon. In district 2, the restaurant is situated in a shopping mall with expansive space. They have common areas as well as separate rooms for private meetings and family gatherings. With more than 200 dishes from around the world, you can experience a variety of culinary cultures at just one restaurant.

D’Maris always provides fresh cuisine with wholehearted caring; the counters are consistently full of superb food. You should absolutely try the sashimi counter and seafood counter – two of the best dishes at the restaurant. You can reserve tables by booking via phone (1900 0029 or (028) 3740 8313)

Address: Level 6 Parkson Cantavil, Xa Lộ Hà Nội Street, An Phú Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 11:30a.m – 10:00p.m

Price (not included VAT yet):

On weekdays:

Lunch: 390,000 VND/pax

Dinner: 510,000 VND/pax

On weekends and holidays:

Lunch: 510,000 VND/pax

Dinner: 540,000 VND/pax

For children:

7-12 years old: 280,000 VND/pax

4-6 years old: 160,000 VND/pax

Eddie’s – New York Deli and Diner

One-of-a-kind New York-style diner in Saigon. Photo by Foody

Eddie’s is a classic 1950s style New York diner situated in a heavy-expat community. The feature of Eddie’s is to serve authentic American meals in the funniest and most friendly way. With all the finest imported ingredients, Eddie’s offers you the original taste of New York right here in Ho Chi Minh City.

You can find at Eddie’s all-day American breakfast, the American signature milkshakes, flame-grilled burgers, New York deli sandwiches, fun kids meals, and even a vegetarian food menu. The dishes are freshly made, definitely tasty enough to satisfy all you ever ask for an American meal.

Address: 71 Thảo Điền Street, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC (Get there)

Opening hour: 9:00a.m – 9:00p.m

Price: 150,000 VND – 350,000 VND ($6.50 – $15.00)

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Từ khoá: A selective guide to locate top 10 restaurants in District 2, Saigon

Plan What To Eat In Hue For A Day Tour Of The Ancient Capital

Hue is an ancient city, a land of deep, majestic but attractive beauty of temples, mausoleums, and the Citadel with unique architecture nestled on the blue Perfume River, gentle and gentle.

Hue not only has nostalgic beauty but also has a romantic charm. With the Trang Tien bridge across the Perfume River, the dreamy Ngu mountain, Thien Mu pagoda is famous throughout the country … And not only that, Hue is also the land of unique cuisine but also the brand of Hue delicacies have been famous throughout the country and abroad.

Coming to Hue definitely cannot ignore mussel rice.

Both local and delicious – nutritious – cheap, many Hue dishes are very popular with Hue tourists. What is more wonderful than before starting a long day exploring the scenic spots of the neural land, you can enjoy a bowl of delicious rice mussel or Hue beef noodle soup. And the night comes, when the Citadel lights up, it will be extremely attractive if you are treated to standard Hue cakes and desserts with the famous Hue tea when tired after a day of many activities …

If you only have 24 hours in your period and do not know where to go, what to do or what to eat in Hue , go right up and do a Hue food tour right away.

1. Start the day with Com Hen

For any visitor when visiting the land of Huong River, Ngu mountain, Thien Mu pagoda without ever trying the mussel rice, it is a big shortcoming. More especially, this Hue rice dish that people love can only taste the best when eaten at Hen alcohol. Among hundreds of dozens of Hue delicacies ranging from luxury, royal to idyllic folk places, rural markets or small villages, mussel rice has an irreplaceable position in the heart of the ancient capital.

Rice with mussel is a great choice for a light but equally delicious breakfast in Hue.

Early in the morning, after walking around the beautiful Hen islet with a poetic scene, remember to visit a small restaurant to enjoy a few bowls of mussel rice and mussel rice. This is the right kind of breakfast for Hue people. Because this dish is rustic and rustic, the ingredients are not sophisticated, and processed quickly, not only the locals but also the visitors from far away love.

Just a few ingredients, three kinds of food such as cold rice, vermicelli, grease, fish sauce, peanuts, then go to the home garden to pick some mangoes, along the net of herbs, buy a little more price is any woman Any Hue housewife can make delicious rice or rice noodles, which cannot be criticized. As for tourists from far away, when they do not know what to eat in Hue to start their day in Hue, they should choose mussel rice. This is literally a mixed rice dish of Hue, Vietnamese countryside when there is a convergence of countless delicious and cheap ingredients from the countryside …

Com Hen is a popular gift that Hue ancient capital offers visitors to visit. It can be said that the mussel rice dish has a combination of all flavors such as sour, spicy, salty, sweet … From the rich but not too greasy taste of mussels combined with the seductive aroma of fish sauce, the fatty taste of Grease, the pulp of peanuts blends the spicy flavor of Hue chili. These flavors are more balanced with the participation of acidic substances from thin starfruit or green mango, adding slices of mint like if they are not, it is nothing better than a dish.There are also many other variations of mussel rice such as clam porridge, mussel noodles, and mussel noodles.

In addition to mussel rice, restaurants in Hen alcohol in particular and Hue in general also have many other options for you like other versions of mussel dishes: mussel noodles, mussel porridge, fried mussel, and especially rice cakes. The favorite dish for many people is mussel noodles.

Rice with mussel or vermicelli is always a great choice for what to eat in Hue so that you can have a light but equally delicious breakfast and start the day with many activities to visit and explore. .

Address: Con Hen, Vi Da, City. Hue

Opening hours: from 8am to 8:30 pm

Price: 10k – 20k

Traditional afternoon with famous Hue beef noodle soup

Like mussel rice, Hue noodle is also a trademark dish of Hue but is more popular and has many different variations across the country and also abroad. Therefore, after having breakfast with mussel rice, the next suitable lunch for visitors will definitely be beef noodle soup.

Visitors coming to Hue but forgetting to try Hue noodle soup is a big mistake. Because although this dish is available in many places, including where you live, you should still try this delicious dish in Hue. Because Hue beef noodle soup is the culmination dish of Hue.

This delicious Hue noodle dish is available at every street corner, street, alley in the ancient capital. From Dong Ba market, Tay Loc to the inner city, Da Vien islet, Hen islet, … visitors can smell the scent of beef noodles from any restaurant.

The captivating taste of Hue beef vermicelli bowls is hot and fragrant, making it difficult for visitors to chúng tôi Bo Hue is also a great wind-changing dish for the days when you are bored with rice noodles.

The appeal of this dish not only comes from the “super huge” broth pot located in Hue’s typical pot and kept boiling with embers, but also makes a visual impression on visitors. After visiting the delicious food places in Hue with the eye-catching red color of cashew oil, sweet broth and especially the irresistible aroma of lemongrass and shrimp sauce … It can be said that Hue noodle soup is the traditional dish of Hue capital in particular and Vietnamese people in general.

Especially when it is Hue at the end of the rainy season, the air is cold. Let’s stop by a vermicelli shop and enjoy a delicious bowl of beef noodle soup. Surely you will no longer wonder what to eat in Hue at noon because the tea sentence is already clear. This dish will be the right choice for lunch because it provides enough energy for you while bringing an unforgettable Hue culinary experience.

Bun Bo Hue is not only traditional dishes of Hue but also of Vietnam.

If you are lost in the forest where Hue beef vermicelli address and do not know where to choose the golden face, then rest assured because the restaurant will be a reliable restaurant for you. Located at 20 Bach Dang Street, Hue City, this noodle shop is one of the places selling beef noodles in Hue standard that Hue people often visit. The shop is open from 6am to 10pm with an average price of 25k – 40k.

Dinner with dew and dew by special Hue cakes

Knowing what to eat in Hue in the morning and noon, so your afternoon and evening will be like. The answer is “dear cakes”. Indeed, a snack before dinner with a few Hue cakes is an attractive choice for visitors.

Hue cakes in all shapes and sizes but deliciously melancholy are an attractive suggestion for dinner visitors in Hue. In addition to being famous for beef noodles, mussel rice, Hue is also the land of cakes with dozens of different types from ingredients to variations, shapes and sweet taste. Indeed, from banh beo, filtered flour cake filled with shrimp or boiled meat, banh nam and a little cake, … every cake brings an unforgettable taste to the enjoyers.Enjoying soft water fern cake imbued with the taste of spicy fish sauce is an unforgettable culinary experience.

The more interesting thing is that each type of cake is eaten with sweet and sour fish sauce or Hue sauce. When you put the cakes in your mouth, you will feel the soft taste. When you eat the cake, you will find it chewy and soaked with the taste of the spicy fish sauce. Little bare cake is the combination of chewy taste of dough with rich salty filling. Try many types of cakes and you will bring more unforgettable culinary experiences of the culinary paradise of the ancient capital.

Address that visitors can refer to when eating Hue cakes

Mrs. Do’s banh beo restaurant

Address: 8 Nguyen Binh Khiem, City. Hue

Opening hours: 8am – 9:30

Price: 10k – 50k

Huyen Anh wet cake

Address: 50 Kim Long, Tp. Hue

Opening hours: 9am – 9pm

Price: 15k – 33k

However, remember to refrain from being mesmerized by the irresistible attraction of these 1001 delicious cakes because you still have your stomach for the evening at the end of the day. If you have a hungry stomach to hold all the food menu in Hue, then be carefree. And there are many other delicacies waiting for you to discover.

Indulge in the afternoon with Nam Pho cake

To close the food tour in Hue culinary capital perfectly and successfully solve the problem of what to eat in Hue in a day, we must mention Nam Pho cake and various kinds of tea here.

Nam Pho cake soup is a must-try dish in the food tour in Hue culinary capital. Nam Pho’s cake soup is not “cult” than other Hue dishes, but it always fascinates Hue culinary devotees because of its indescribable deliciousness. Unlike rice, there is a simple way of processing and ingredients. Nam Pho banh canh is a sophisticated dish expressing Hue’s soul and partly influenced by the royal court chúng tôi Pho’s cake soup attracts visitors because of its elaborate processing creates a very delicious taste. From the selection of rice, grinding the flour also requires a lot of eyes, dexterity and regularity because that can make the cake soft and supple. Shrimp and crab are not made to make sure to have a fresh sweet taste. . Because the people of Hue are always like this, carefully, carefully, take care of each dish, even the chúng tôi soup bowl is thick with the red-orange color of the crab cake, the white color of the rice flour.

Nam Pho cake pot will be complete with a thick shape with all harmonious colors, first of all to meet the strict requirements of eating souls with the motto “eat with your eyes”. From the red orange color of the crab cakes, the white color of the rice flour, the green green of the cilantro, the seductive black of pepper, the slices of bright red chili, … all attract any culinary devotee. . And when you start to try the food, everyone has to come close because of the blending of the flavors of each ingredient, making Hue’s exquisite dish.

Ganh Thuy universal male cake

Address: 16 Pham Hong Thai, City. Hue

Opening hours: 15am – 9pm

Price: 10k

Dessert at the end of the day with delicious Hue tea is irresistible

Đăng bởi: Tuấn Béo

Từ khoá: Plan what to eat in Hue for a day tour of the ancient capital

Set Up A Team To Spend The Night In The Alley Of Hong Kong Ha Long To Have Fun And Live Virtual ‘Extreme Chill’

Where is Hong Kong Ha Long alley in Quang Ninh?

What’s so attractive about Hong Kong Ha Long street? Discover “miniature port of Thom” in the heart of Ha Long

Enjoy a super quality virtual live check-in

Paradise of entertainment attractive for young peopleWhat is Hong Kong alley in Ha Long ? Not only being immersed in the vibrant atmosphere, but also enjoying many super delicious drinks such as tea, coffee, beer, and yogurt without missing anything. Besides drinks, these famous alley eateries also serve delicious bait to sip with beer such as snacks, peanuts, mannequins to snacks and many dishes that are loved by young people. now on. In addition, restaurants in Hong Kong street alley also serve Hong Kong specialties such as: Dumplings, steamed dumplings, dimsum … to familiar dishes like fried sweet potatoes, potatoes. street rules, grilled spring rolls.Culinary paradise with all kinds of delicious dishesThe street in Ha Long is truly a virtual living paradise with quality shooting angles, with personality and dusty street trends. Therefore, when coming to this alley, you should lie down for yourself the beautiful photography tips, a genuine camera. In particular, you should also buy yourself Hong Kong costumes such as red or metallic cheongsam to ensure a sparkling image.Super quality virtual life in the alleyway of Hong Kong Ha Long

The experience of going Hong Kong alley in Ha Long is, you should go between 8am – 10am or 13pm – 16pm or the evening from 18:00 – 22:00 is the best to live virtual with supernatural pictures.

Discover attractive entertainment venues in Ha Long

After having fun, live virtually in the alley of Hong Kong Ha Long if you have time, you can combine to explore other famous places of Ha Long tourism such as:

– Admire the panorama of Ha Long from the rotation of the sun: This is one of the two largest wheels in Vietnam, Sun Wheel is an attractive destination for visitors to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Ha Long Bay at night. Besides, this is also a super beautiful place to have fun and check-in that is loved by young people.

– Bai Chay Bridge: Considered the most beautiful virtual living place in Ha Long at night with unique architecture. With the LED lighting system on the two sides of the bridge, it promises you will have beautiful pictures shimmering at this iconic bridge of Ha Long.

– Vincom Center Ha Long: An ideal place for shopping, entertainment and dining. In particular, there is also a high-class food court, a movie theater, an ice skating area …

– Beach bars and clubs in Bai Chay: You can enjoy the exciting moments at the bars and clubs on Bai Chay beach so that you can spend the night with your friends and have interesting experiences.

– Ha Long Food Street: Tourists will enjoy a variety of Ha Long night street food such as snails, shrimp, crabs, crabs, surface, peanut worms and many other types of seafood and snacks.

– Experience on a 4-5 star yacht: One of the interesting experiences when traveling to Ha Long is to rent a yacht overnight to cruise the beautiful bay and have a memorable relaxing trip.

Having the opportunity to visit the beautiful coastal city of Ha Long next to the sea bathing, you should come to the alley of Hong Kong Ha Long to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and unleash super beautiful, super-quality photos post facebook million likes.

Đăng bởi: Hưng Quốc

Từ khoá: Set up a team to spend the night in the alley of Hong Kong Ha Long to have fun and live virtual ‘extreme chill’

Bui Vien Street – A Guide To The Backpacker Street Of Ho Chi Minh City

Bui Vien Street is also called the backpacker’s street of Ho Chi Minh City. Here you will find many cheap restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, hotels and hostels. What Khao San Road is for Bangkok is Bui Vien for Ho Chi Minh City.

The total backpacker area of ​​Ho Chi Minh City consists of approximately four streets and a few small interconnected alleys. Because this is the heart of the city center (district 1), it is easy to reach on foot or by taxi and almost all residents in this area speak English. It gets busy early in the evening, around 6:00 PM, with the many bars and pubs that stay open until 2:00 AM or even later.

History of Bui Vien Street

To meet their requirements, hotels and restaurants began to settle more and more. In 1993, the famous travel guide “Lonely Planet” introduced Bui Vien and brought it to world travelers, they came here as the first place of their journey through Vietnam before traveling to other places. It was a milestone that brought everything to a whole new level within 20 years and turned the street into a multicultural area full of noise and endless parties.

Bui Vien walking street

Today, the streets and alleys around Bui Vien have become a backpacker district, filled with restaurants, cafes, hotels, hostels, bars and pubs.

In the weekend, only in the evening, the streets ban all motorised traffic and it turns into Bui Vien walking street. And without the traffic, the atmosphere is at its best. But even during weekdays at night, the streets are so busy, that motorbikes and cars are always stuck in the crowd. The pavement is used to extent the restaurants and bars and people use the street to walk. Taxi’s often refuse driving in the street at night to drop off quest.

A visit to Bui Vien walking street is recommended, even if you don’t like the craziness and parties.

Nightlife in Bui Vien street

On the street it is always busy in the evening with other travelers, locals and artists who perform with fire, dance and sing.

At the start of the evening you can choose to sit on the side of the road on a plastic chair with a beer in one hand and in the other hand eat food from a street food stall.

Later in the evening you can visit one of the bars. Bars and pubs are scattered throughout the backpacker districts yet those on Bui Vien are the most attractive for most.

Best bars and clubs

Whiskey & Wares: For backpackers with style to enjoy Saigon’s lively artisan beer scene or some of the liqueurs.

Donkey Bar: A three-story bar with an Egyptian theme. There is a nice atmosphere with balconies overlooking Bui Vien Street.

Boheme Pub: In a small alley, but the pub always overcharges every night, and you have to reserve your seats on the weekend. Although the pub is not large, the music is excellent.

Sahara Beer Club: This beer club has a beer garden and a variety of drinks, with DJ performances every night.

Rooftop bars

The View: A drink on the roof of Duc Vuong Hotel, known as the most affordable rooftop bar, is a must if you want to sit down a bit more quietly with a view of the skyline.

The View


Hide your valuables. Everyday people lose cameras, telephones, etc.

The men who sell drugs on the corners are all notorious scammers.

There is undercover police, so be at least a bit discreet.

Marijuana is illegal, but people smoke it openly.

The backpacker area also has a somewhat hidden red light district, with its numerous hostess bars and massage salons with “extra” services. Just take a walk down the street and if you see an increasing number of beautiful ladies smiling at you while you walk, chances are that you are in “that area”.


There are many good hostels and guesthouses that are beautiful inside, friendly service and good for travelers on a small budget. You can find rooms or dorms here for less than $ 10 / night.

What is good

Lot of cheap accommodation

In the middle of the nightlife scene

Tours/activities always include pick up from this area

Close to the bus station

What is not so good

Very busy and noisy area, especially at night time.

No high quality accommodation

Hotels near Bui Vien street

Hong Kong Kaiteki hotel: A capsule hotel.

Tripwriter Hotel & Bistro: a small and cute hotel in the heart of the city with a concrete wall and a green wall that reflects the atmosphere of Saigon from the nineties.

Hostels near Bui Vien street

New Saigon Hostel

: Clean rooms and in addition to a number of excellent cafes and restaurants.

Lily’s Hostel: In a quiet alley of Bui Vien, so you can escape the craziness without having to walk.

Bui Vien Hostel: Not directly on Bui Vien, but that’s why you sleep away from the crowds.


You can eat very affordable here, it will cost you around VND 100-200,000 (US $ 3-6), for this amount you will get a decent meal including a drink. The options range from Vietnamese, Indian, Italian to Chinese and Western.

Street food: You will also find a lot of street food along Bui Vien Street. These are small street stalls with a few low tables and stools around where you can sometimes eat for less than 1 dollar. Especially popular are the BBQ and smoothie stalls.

Recommended restaurants

The Garlik De Tham Restaurant: Very good traditional Vietnamese food. (address) (website)

Five Boys Number One: Small smoothie bar in a narrow alley that makes fruit smoothies without added sweeteners or water. Option to choose your fruit. (address)

Pepperonis: Specializes in Italian food. (address) (website)

La Casa: A pub but with good food. Whether you are looking for Mexican, Spanish, Italian or Thai food, you always have a choice here. (address)

Bún Bò Huế Nam Giao: Try the Hue beef noodle soup, listed as one of the top 100 best Asian food. (address)

Five Oysters: An authentic Vietnamese cuisine. (address) (website)

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Đăng Vĩnh

Từ khoá: Bui Vien street – A guide to the backpacker street of Ho Chi Minh City

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