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Cooking with Cuc in Hue
“Cooking with Cuc in Hue” Reviewed April 29, 2013 We had a great time cooking with Mr Cuc. First of all, he took us to the market to buy the ingredients for the dishes, which was a fun experience by itself. Then, he taught us to make traditional Hue beef noodle soup, fresh and fried spring rolls, a delicious peanut sauce and shrimp pancake. He also customized some dishes as I do not eat seafood and beef. Overall, I enjoyed the 3 hour cooking class. Thank you Cuc ! Visited April 2013http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g293926-d2407155-Reviews-Waterland_Restaurant_Cooking_Class-Hue_Thua_Thien_Hue_Province.html

robinsond@idx.com.au
23 January 2010 Boat Trip on the Perfume River ( Hue City - Viet Nam) with Asia Travel Land Co., Ltd. Mr Phuong was our guider on a pefume river cruise. He was informative and helpful, responding to the interests of our family, including young people aged 18, 14 and 11. He shared something of his family and personal background. we recommend him the lunch was delicious. David Robinson and Sue Jacobs Sydney, Australia. robinsond@idx.com.au

I am interested in an overnight stay in Phuoc Tich.
Hello,I am interested in an overnight stay in Phuoc Tich. I will have my own transport so at this stage am only looking for accommodation. I hope you are able to help.Kindest RegardsKarenafrica@iprimus.com.au

Cook with Ms Ngoc
“Cook with Ms Ngoc” Reviewed November 26, 2011 The lovely Ms Ngoc took us to the markets which was great as we could ask her the questions we had about the produce etc (but we didn't look for dog). Then back to the restaurant which was very well organised with all the ingredients prepared in advance for our class. We made fried and fresh spring rolls and a delicious caramalised tuna dish which we do at home now. Also the banh. Then we got to eat it all which we couldn't because we'd just had a massive breakfast - so plan it to be your lunch. You can buy the apron for 20k dong in the markets too. The notes we got were amusing but we took our own as Ms Ngoc had her own recipe. Well worth doing the class. She was well impressed with a man cooking as they don't in Vietnam. Ever.PS There is also a great cook book at Morning Glory in Hoi An for $40 which we are using at home a lot. Visited October 2011

Hello Quoc Tuan Phan
ltna74@yahoo.frDate: Samedi 8 janvier 2011, 2h27 Hello Quoc Tuan Phan,It's Angélique, I'm back in France now, and I would like to tell you that our trip in Saigon was wonderful and your agence Asia travel  Land has done a very good job. I will recommand you in internet for the french people who want to travel in vietnam.  Best regards. Angelique Theron


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       CAO DAI TEMPLE - CU CHI TUNNELS (Full Day Trip, Departure Time: 08:30)      
 
"RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL AND SHARING"
Overview

Depart from Saigon for Tay Ninh to visit:

  • The Great Cao Dai Temple holy See, a place of pilgrimage for quite a few South Vietnamese people and for those who are interested in Caodaism.

  • Enjoy ceremony at its noontime prayer

  • Follow is lunch in Tay Ninh. 

  • Go to the Cu chi Tunnel. It is legendary for its tunnels system of over 220km.

  • The peacefully rural rice paddy scenery contains ducks and water buffalos swimming in the rivers alongside the road. 

Cost
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Itinerary & Value
Day 1: CAO DAI TEMPLE - CU CHI TUNNELS

Cu Chi Tunnels and Cao Dai Temple

...The Cu Chi tunnels are a 200 km long complex of tunnels which the Vietcong used in the Vietnam War. The tunnels have been pre been preserved by the government of Vietnam, and turned into a war memorial park.

The tunnels were extensive and life was certainly not easy. As far as I was told, the Vietcong guerilla had no maps of the tunnels as a precaution in case someone was taken hostage.


The tunnels have a complex 3 layer system including conference rooms, sleeping areas, kitchens and booby traps. A part of the complex is widened and made accessible as a tourist attraction.

During the war, the tunnels were a constant thread to the Americans. They tried to map the tunnels with "tunnel rats", who eventually would recover a Vietcong headquarters. Later the area was heavily bombed too.

Going into the tunnels and actually experience a bit of life underground is a lifetime experience. Many of the Vietcong guerillas didn't come above the ground for weeks. The darkness plus the malaria that killed many of the Vietcong, only increases the respect one should have for the determination of the guerilla, regardless if you are in favor of their cause. A must visit!


The Cao Dai Temple

Cao Dai is a monotheistic religion established in 1926. The center of the Cao Dai is the Cao Dai's Holy See or Tay Ninh Holy See, a huge and very beautiful temple, located in Tay Ninh.


The ideas of the Cao Dai (meaning "high place") are based on the Three Teachings.The Three Teachings represent hierarchical levels of spiritual attainment, with buddha as the highest. The Cao Dai believe in various stages of spiritual development, from human on up are: Thần (angel), Thánh (saint), Tiên (sage), and Phật (buddha). Angels, saints and sages may have, accordingly, extremely long lives in the realms of heaven, but only buddhas are free from the cycle of birth and death.The Cao Dai see God as the religion's founder. They believe the teachings, symbolism and organization were communicated directly from God. Even the construction of the Tay Ninh Holy See is claimed to have had divine guidance. The first disciples say they communicated with God, who gave them instructions for establishing a new religion.As far as I understood the Cao Dai are very tolerant to other philosophies and religions who's leaders are seen in the view of the various stages of spiritual development.The temple is worth a visit and easy to do in a day trip together with a visit to the Cu Chi tunnels.    

 

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Trip Information

Code: ST-07

Routes: CAO DAI TEMPLE - CU CHI TUNNELS

Duration: 1

_INCLUSION_EXCLUSION

A/C car or van, English speaking guide, entrance fee to the tunnels.

Entrance fee, Drink

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