Posted on 11 sep 2018 by AdminComments 11

Yangon was formerly known as Rangoon and was the capital of Myanmar until 2006 when the military government relocated the capital to the purpose-built city of Naypyidaw in the central of Myanmar. However, Yangon is still the largest city and the most important commercial and tourist center of Myanmar. Architecture in Yangon has influenced from Buddha style. Here you can easily find temples, pagodas and Buddha towers everywhere. If you are a fan of religious culture or a Buddhist, Yangon is an ideal stopover for you. Yangon was also dubbed as a city without motorcycles; taxis and buses are the main means of transportation here.

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Posted on 11 sep 2018 by AdminComments 12

Grille 6
Set in the rush of Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District, Grille 6 Steakhouse stands out with its gentle beauty of a European-style restaurant. Stepping into Gille 6, tourists will be surprised by the peaceful feeling fulled of the room, a soft yellow color of afternoon son through the romantic windows. makes sure that the menu of the restaurant will comfort you with more than 100 choices of European dishes, in which the most popular dishes are steak and spaghetti. The food is beautifully decorated; satisfy guests with not only the taste but also the sight.

Adress: 106 Hao Nam, Cho Dua, Dong Da Dist., Hanoi

Open hours: 9 AM - 10:30 PM

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Posted on 11 sep 2018 by AdminComments 8

Champasak is a province in southwest Laos, adjacent to Thailand and Cambodia. This city is also the meeting place of two largest rivers of the city: Mekong River and Serve River. Champasak is a new city and it was built by the French in the early 20th century. This special city offers a peaceful and tranquil beauty. Tourists will fall in love with this charming city right in the first time coming here.

Wat Phou

Located at the base of mount Phu Kao in Champasak, Wat Phou is a ruined Khmer Hindu temple complex more than 1000 years old and was designated as a World Heritage Site in 2001 by UNESCO.

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