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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

“Bóc tem dầu, Trúng quà ngầu” đã trở lại!

Các bạn đồng nghiệp thân mến,
Với mong muốn 100% khách hàng đi xe máy Honda sẽ lựa chọn sử dụng dầu nhớt chính hiệu Honda để bảo vệ động cơ và tiết kiệm nhiên liệu tối ưu,
Honda Việt Nam thông báo thực hiện chương trình khuyến mại“Bóc tem dầu – Trúng quà ngầu” năm 2017.
Chương trình khuyến mại cực hấp dẫn dành cho tất cả các khách hàng mua/thay dầu chai Honda với tổng trị giá giải thưởng lên tới 6,9 tỷ đồng.

- 03 Giải Đặc biệt: Xe máy Honda SH 125

- 09 Giải Nhất        : Xe máy Honda AirBlade 125cc
- 27 Giải Nhì        : Xe máy Honda Wave Alpha
- 3.000 Giải Ba        : Mũ bảo hiểm nửa đầu Honda Matt
- 64.500 Giải Tư        : Chai dầu nhớt chính hiệu Honda SL MA/MB 0.8L

Từ ngày 15/09/2017 đến hết ngày 30/11/2017, hãy nhanh tay Bóc tem dầu để Trúng ngay quà ngầu với cách thức tham gia không thể đơn giản hơn. Khi mua 01 chai dầu nhớt chính hiệu Honda. 
o        Chỉ cần bóc tem mặt trước của chai dầu động cơ chính hiệu Honda. 
o        Đem tem sản phẩm đến Cửa hàng bán xe máy và dịch vụ do Honda ủy nhiệm (HEAD) bất kỳ. 
o        Quay thưởng trực tiếp, biết liền kết quả, không mất thời gian chờ đợi. 
o        Nhận quà liền tay. 
Với mỗi tem sản phẩm, khách hàng có 01 cơ hội tham gia chương trình quay thưởng (không giới hạn số lần quay thưởng đối với mỗi cá nhân). Cơ hội trúng thưởng cao cho mọi khách hàng. 
Vui lòng truy cập hoặc liên hệ các Cửa hàng bán xe máy và dịch vụ (HEAD) để biết thêm thông tin chi tiết. 
Rất mong các bạn đồng nghiệp quan tâm và giới thiệu tới người thân, bạn bè cùng tham gia chương trình. 
Xin trân trọng cảm ơn! 
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“Bóc tem dầu, Trúng quà ngầu” đã trở lại!

By: Travel On The World on: 5:35 AM

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Đây là bảng giá xe Honda mới nhất nhé mọi người.

Bảng Giá Xe Honda Mới Nhất

By: Travel On The World on: 3:36 AM

Friday, February 17, 2017

Tourists who depart from Ha Noi have to negotiate seven snaking passes to get to the remote northeastern region to admire the stunning Ban Gioc Waterfall. Along the way, tourists can admire Meliaceae flowers in white or white reed swinging in the wind.

Ban Gioc is the fourth largest border waterfall after Iguazu Waterfall between Brazil and Argentina, Victoria Waterfall between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and Niagara between Canada and the U.S. It is one of the 10 most spectacular waterfalls in the world as rated by Touropia in 2015.

The waterfall has two parts. The main lower part is in Guangxi Province of China and the auxiliary higher part is in Dam Thuy Commune, Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang Province. The waterfall is 53 meters high and 300 meters wide and has three levels of smaller waterfalls.

There is a small sloping path to the waterfall. Buses with a seating capacity of 25 people or less can travel on the path while passengers on bigger buses should drop off at a parking lot of the Viet Nam border station and walk down the path.

Tourists can take a raft ride to get close to the foot of the waterfall at a price of VND50,000 per person. Sitting on a 20-square-meter raft, visitors can admire the other side of the waterfall. They are not allowed to cross into Chinese overland territory.

After disembarking from the raft, tourists can drop by Viet Nam’s border marker 836 which was set up in 2001 for a great photo opportunity.

Ban Gioc Waterfall is a must-see site for visitors to the northern upland province of Cao Bang.

By: Travel On The World on: 5:40 AM
A pilgrimage to Tay Thien Pagoda on the hill of Thach Ban in Tam Dao District, Vinh Phuc Province is recommended for those wishing to find inner peace. It is a national historical and cultural heritage site recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 1991.

The site covers around 148 hectares in a biosphere of nearly 500 plants and 300 species of wildlife. At Tay Thien, tourists can experience four seasons within a day, including spring breeze at sunrise, warm summer sunlight at noon, pleasant autumn atmosphere in afternoon and cold air at night.

Truc Lam Tay Thien, one of the biggest monasteries in Viet Nam, is located next to the ancient Tay Thien Pagoda, a cradle of Buddhism in the country.

The Great Precious Tower, a spectacular piece of architectural art of Buddhism, is on the left of Tam Quan Gate leading to the Tay Thien site. The three-storey tower is 37 meters tall. In Buddhism, the tower is important as it contains the spirit of enlightenment and five elements of peacefulness, namely earth, water, wind, fire and air. 

The next destination in the area is Thong or Trinh Temple, an entrance to Thuong (top) Temple on the mountain’s peak. The temple was built in 1998 on the foundation of an old pagoda overlooking an imposing banyan tree with a huge root. The temple has four stone steles established in 1723 and a bell made in 1842 and a bronze plague and lacquered boards and parallel sentences. Next to Thong Temple is Cau Temple where people can come to pray for wealth, luck, prosperity and longevity and blessings for marriage and pregnancy.

Other tourist attractions at the site are Co Temple, Giai Oan stream, and Tay Thien zen chamber. On the peak of Thach Ban Mountain, people can have a panoramic view of Tam Dao mountains and forests, and enjoy fresh air.
Tourists should take a cable car ride to get to the site quickly. A return ticket costs VND200,000 per adult and VND140,000 per child. The price of a one-way trip is VND130,000 per adult and VND80,000 per child.

A pilgrimage to Tay Thien

By: Travel On The World on: 5:38 AM

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Those who wish to search for a new travelling experience should consider a motorbike trip to the  Northern Mountainous region to admire spectacular landscapes and enjoy a peaceful stay in a stilt house in the locality.

Instead of travelling to popular destinations with luxury accommodations, many people find it interesting to explore wild nature at mountainous villages looming in the mist. This is an ideal time to visit Sa Pa, Bac Ha and Bao Yen in Lao Cai Province; Mu Cang Chai and Tu Le in Yen Bai; Lac Village and Mai Chau in Hoa Binh, and Dinh Hoa in Thai Nguyen to enjoy cool weather and flowers in full bloom. Guests are advised to stay at some nice stilt houses by the stream of local people, surrounded by an immense yellow of rice fields and green of fruits and spectacular mountain view and melodies of birds. Walking on a small path leading to ethnic minorities’ villages, travelers might have a feeling of being lost in a magically tranquil space without noise, dust or any disturbance.

People can go in groups to discover landscapes and culture without any instructions from tour guides as local people are ready to help introduce and guide them around. Tourists will have a perfect time to breathe in an autumn atmosphere or lie down on grass fields or admire ethnic people dancing, or enjoy swimming in a pure stream. After several hours staying at the place, all the stress and sorrow might disappear to welcome the feeling of excitement from an adventure.

Guests who have an overnight stay at a stilt house will be greeted with hot wine from the owner to show their hospitality and to sleep at some small chambers at four corners of the house. During the time at the stilt house, people will enjoy singing and listening to legendary stories of ethnic minority people, and savouring specialties with authentic flavours like the five-color sticky rice, duck braised with fermented rice, grilled chicken and fish, braised frog and corn wine among others.

A night stay in the house will give people an interesting experience to use blankets, pillows and mattress made from rustic materials. The well-aired upper and lower areas of the house will help people easily fall into sleep. Sometimes people will be awakened by the sounds of birds or deer in a distance.
An adventure to the villages of stilt houses is an unforgettable memory to travellers to explore not only beautiful nature but also kind hearts of ethnic minority people in the region.

An adventure in the land of stilt houses

By: Travel On The World on: 4:03 AM
Cua Bac is a Roman Catholic church located at 56 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Ha Noi. It was built in 1932 and originally named Church of Martyrs (French: Église des Martyrs) by the French administration of Indochina aspart of Ha Noi’s urban plan supervised by Ernest Hébrard.

Nestled under the shade of old trees at the intersection of Phan Dinh Phung and Nguyen Bieu streets, Nha Tho Cua Bac is a nice destination for an afternoon walk. As it is near the Northern Gate of the Thang Long Royal Citadel, thus the name – Nha Tho Cua Bac. Cua Bac means Northern Gate while Nha Tho means church. 

Today, Cua Bac is one of the three major churches of Ha Noi, together with Ham Long Church and Saint Joseph Cathedral. The church’s architecture reflect the marriage between French and Vietnamese architecture. The design indicated significant influence from the Art Deco movement and eclectic style. The whole structure is within the basilica concept and the details are more innovative and eclectic. The roof tile is in the traditional style of Viet Nam. The harmony of the church with the surrounding green area is another element of Vietnamese style. The arrangement went against the common rule of symmetry which can be seen in authentic basilicas. Here, a bell tower is aligned to the right in balance with the central arch where a French-flower window casts sunlight in the praying room. The church yields a peaceful air with an aim for release. Despite the enormous size, the actual room for praying is not remarkable. Only about seven hundred people can be in the praying room at the same time.  

The church is widely known among expats in Ha Noi as it carries out regular church service for expats every Sunday. The service is in English as well.  It is a nice destination if you have a little time for wondering around this green neighborhood of Ha Noi.  Plus, you can incorporate the trip with an old gate of the old citadel with the walk to this church. One more destination is the excavation site of the royal palace, which is just around the corner.Thanks to its smart design and meticulous construction, this holy place will continue to be one of essential historical sites of Ha Noi.

Cua Bac Church – a must-see site in Ha Noi

By: Travel On The World on: 4:01 AM

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Vincent Van Gogh once said that “Sunshine, a light which, for want of a better word I can only call yellow — pale sulphur yellow, pale lemon gold. How beautiful yellow is!” The World Heritage site of Hoi An which is also known as the Yellow City of Viet Nam is home to grand colonial houses mingled amid Chinese wooden trader’s houses.

The beautiful walls are the backdrops of sunshine. Hoi An’s Yellow City is an extraordinary well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to 19th century. The building and street designs reflect the influences of both foreign and indigenous cultures.
This ‘Yellow City’ is located in Viet Nam’s central province of Quang Nam, on the north bank near the mouth of the Thu Bon River and is known as a cultural oasis.
Hereunder is a photo collection about daily activities in this beautiful city by French photographer Réhahn who has found Hoi An as a second home with many restorative qualities both personally and professionally.
The natural light that falls on the yellow buildings and the tiled and terraced roofs makes it a photographer’s dream. It’s like the city is always wrapped in sunshine. Most local people here speak a fair amount of English and are very friendly too, so it’s easy to find your way.
Yellow symbolizes royalty and superiority in Korea, China and Viet Nam. There is something about this color that just instantly lifts the mood. It’s one of the few places in Viet Nam that is protected from development, making its integrity part of the charm.

Hoi An, the ‘Yellow City’ of Viet Nam

By: Travel On The World on: 7:22 AM
Adventurous travellers are no strangers to trekking, to the feeling of being one with nature, resting on a lush green hillside being cooled by a gentle breeze. This is what the Ta Nang–Phan Dung has to offer.

The 55km trekking route spans three provinces in southern central provinces of Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan - descending from an elevation of 1,100 metres at its western-most point to 500m. The route starts from Ta Nang in Duc Trong District of Lam Dong and ends at the mountainous town of Phan Dung, Tuy Phong District of Binh Thuan.

Setting off on the bumpy basalt, soil-filled route at a tilt of 30-40 degrees at points, we come to realize that this trek, while not for the tourist seeking relaxation and well-serviced amenities, is of incomparable beauty. 
The route looks like an emerald silk flow of lush green meadow and patches of pine trees bordering the forests; making a magnificent yet delicate transition from the Central Highlands to the central coastal area unfolding before the adventurous trekkers.

“Trekking through this route, I can clearly feel the ethereal fog layers hovering above, hugging the hilltops, blowing cool breezes; I can feel the warm sparkling sunlight shining through the foliage onto the grass field full of crystal-like dew drops; various melodies of different birds echo endlessly from the hillsides and forests creating a mysterious concert that brings us to a seemingly surreal world,” wrote Tran Hoang Duc, a member of a trekking group.
Trekkers can choose any hillside to put up a tent for an overnight stop and experience a peaceful evening beside a warm, glowing bonfire under the shining stars.

Following the advice of previous trekkers, the trekking group pay attention to the triangle landmark where the three provinces of Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan converge. Nearby is the Yavly Waterfall, where the water plunges down in a crashing crescendo to the bottom of a lake, creating white bubbles, mingles with the flow of nearby streams whispering to the mountains.
“Dipping in the fresh cool water of the waterfall is quite therapeutic: it washes away all the stress and tiredness. What an absolutely relaxing experience!” marveled Le Xuan Hung.

Dau, the highest point of the trekking route, is a wonderful spot to watch as dawn starts to break and the night fog dissolves among the green foliage to be replaced by the glowing red sunshine of early morning. Members of the trekking group walk through the dreamy, romantic landscape stretching from one hillside to the next until dusk, when the Ta Nang–Phan Dung trek dons its mysterious and sombre cloak.

The thrilling three-province Ta Nang–Phan Dung trek

By: Travel On The World on: 7:18 AM

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