Villa Bao Dai

Villa Bao Dai
Villa Bao Dai is not just a Museum and a tourist complex with a Museum, a Park and a gorgeous hotel where anyone can spend a night or two. Villa Bao Dai was built in 1923 by French scientist A. Cream, and the arrangement of the Park was doing a local gardener. Thus, this place became an example of harmonious combination of French architecture and Eastern garden art. Villa took three of a hill located in the heart of Nha Trang. Initially, His Imperial Highness used the Villa as a summer residence, he came here with their concubines and 13 children for healing, or simply stayed here during business trips to Nha Trang. Further the Villa Bao Dai became closed to recreation officials from the government of South Vietnam. The Villa its name was in honor of the last, 13-th Emperor of Vietnam. Before each Villa wore their own name after plants or flowers, but with time the individual names be used stopped, leaving only a General — “Villa Bao Dai”.
Villa Bao Dai
In one of the buildings houses the Museum, all of which have a historic interior. However, a luxury he does not Shine, all sparsely furnished and modestly, but very clean and very comfortable. The Museum’s collection includes personal belongings of members of the Imperial family, pictures, national clothes of the Emperor, in addition, it collected a rich photo gallery.

Halong Bay

Halong Bay
Majestic and mysterious, inspiring and astounding: all the words not enough to describe the beauty of this wonder of nature — ha long Bay. Try to imagine more than three thousand Islands rising from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin — and your imagination will be not half as beautiful as the views over the Bay, which is breathtaking. Halong is a perfect work of art, a priceless collection of unfinished sculptures created by the hand of nature.
In 1994 this place was taken under protection of UNESCO with all the Islands, full of wild beaches, grottoes and caves, overgrown wilds of the slopes, flowing into the azure of Tonkin.

Most of the tourists going on a cruise around the Bay, starts his walk to explore the caves or trekking through the national Park of cat BA island. In addition, there can be a good idea to spend the day at the beach is comfortable for bathing coasts in abundance, but the best is the plot of Lan Ha Bay in cat BA island, where there are intimate sandy stretches of land.

National Geographic named the best winter destinations 2016

National Geographic named the best winter destinations 2016
The American version of the magazine National Gegraphic (NG) has published a list of the best winter destinations in 2016. It is noted that the list is not ranked, and when you work on the material took into account the personal preferences of editors.

In the top ten included two European destinations – Vilnius and Dublin. According to the authors, Lithuania worth a visit for its Gothic churches and tiled roofs, and Ireland will be interesting to fans of new year festivals.

In America, tourists are advised to visit Santa Barbara (USA) and Merida (Mexico), and lovers of a beach holiday was sent to the island of Chiloe (Chile). Not forgotten and fans of masquerades, which is definitely worth a visit in San Juan (Puerto Rico), where in mid-January is a big street festival. In Africa, NG advises to visit the national Park Hluhluwe-Umfolozi (South Africa), where during the Safari you can see the “big five” (lion, elephant, Rhino, leopard and Buffalo).

Travelers, who prefer Asia, I advise you to go on located in Taiwan, Taipei, where in the middle of February passes the impressive festival of sky lanterns, and in al-ain the fourth largest city of the UAE.
National Geographic named the best winter destinations 2016
Oceania represented in the list of largest of the cook Islands – Rarotonga, where the compilers of the list offered to send lovers of unspoiled nature and snorkeling. National Geographic is published in October 1888, nine months after the founding of the National geographic society of the USA. The circulation of the American version is four million copies of global circulation over eight million. The edition is published in 36 languages.