Ricefields at Muong Vi, Bat Xat, Lao Cai
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Shopping in Vietnam

 Vietnam shopping offers plenty of chances of acquiring the fine local products for very reasonable prices...

Soc Trang

Soc Trang Province of Vietnam is located deep in the Mekong Delta. Soc Trang is bordered to the north and north-east by the Hau River (lower Mekong River) and Tra Vinh Province, to the north by Can Tho Province, to the north-west by Hau Giang Province, to the west and south-west by Bac Lieu Province, and to the south by the East Vietnam Sea.

Son La

Son La is 280km north-west of Hanoi. Son La Province is bordered to the east by Lao Cai, Yen Bai and Phu Tho Provinces, to the south-east by Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa Provinces, to the south by Laos, to the west by Dien Bien and Lai Chau Provinces.

State & Law in Vietnam

Vietnam political system started in 1945 after Ho Chi Minh declared independence from the French and the Japanese. The interim government quickly formed right after the declaration of indepence to take charge of the administrative work. In 1946 the first parliament was formed and the first constitution was passed by the Vietnamese popular. This was the first time the Vietnamese had their own government and political system. In the 1946 Constitution, basic human rights were recognized as part of citizenship.
 

Tay Ninh

Tay Ninh is where the headquarters of Vietnam’s indigenous religions - Caodaism is located. The Cao Dai Great Temple at the sect’s Holy See is as extraordinary as the sect’s philosophy.

Thai Binh

Thai Binh is located to the south of the Red River Delta. The province is bordered to the north by Hai Duong and Hung Yen, to the north-east by Hai Phong, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south and south-west by Nam Dinh, to the west by Ha Nam.

Thai Nguyen

Thai Nguyen Province was the capital of the liberated zone of Viet Bac in the resistance war against the French in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The province shares the border with Bac Kan Province to the north, with Lang Son and Bac Giang Provinces to the east; with Hanoi to the south and the provinces of Vinh Phuc and Tuyen Quang to the west. The capital city of the province is Thai Nguyen City, 67km from Hanoi.

Thanh Hoa

Thanh Hoa is located in the north of the Central Region of Vietnam, 160km south of Ha Noi. The province is bordered to the north by Son La, Hoa Binh and Ninh Binh Provinces; to the west by Laos; to the east by the East Vietnam Sea and to the South by Nghe An Province.

Tien Giang

Tien Giang Province is located to the north-eastern corner of the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. Tien Giang in Vietnamese means the Frontal River which means this river is like the facade of the Mekong Delta.