11 марта 2013 15:03

Vietnam. Country of yellow and green colors

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Vietnamese woman in Cu Chi. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova© Vietnamese woman in Cu Chi. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©


Most unusual fruits grow in Vietnam: dragon fruit, pomelo, rambutan, garcinia and bread fruit. Vietnamese do not eat bread; they replace it with rice flatbread or rice chips. Bikers do not yield the right-of-way to pedestrians in big cities. A motorbike can be rented in any part of the city for $10 per day. One can take a trip from Phan Thiet to the temple with a monument to phallus as well as to the Sand Dunes with bright-yellow sand. Tourism in this country has been developing since 1995. The country is visited by tourists from Russia, Kazakhstan, the U.S. and other countries. Most of the signs are in Russian in seaside resorts. Vietnamese women are fond of embroidery, men paint wood and make beautiful dishware, while children sell souvenirs near temples. Air Astana opened Almaty-Ho Chi Minh flight via Bangkok in 2013. The plan is to launch a direct flight in the nearest future. Cu Chi. The tourists can take a boat on the jungle river. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Cu Chi. The tourists can take a boat on the jungle river. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can let a bird out of the cage for 10 thousand dongs ($0,5). Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can let a bird out of the cage for 10 thousand dongs ($0,5). Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Temple in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Temple in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

At the silk factory. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

At the silk factory. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The work at the factory is fascinating and the pictures cost the average of $1,000-3,000. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The work at the factory is fascinating and the pictures cost the average of $1,000-3,000. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese women tend to cover their face and body from the sun so that skin remains light. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese women tend to cover their face and body from the sun so that skin remains light. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The hand-made postcards are sold everywhere for 12-15 thousand dongs. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The hand-made postcards are sold everywhere for 12-15 thousand dongs. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

War museum. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

War museum. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A photograph of running Vietnamese girl with burnt body. War museum in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A photograph of running Vietnamese girl with burnt body. War museum in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The museum has Soviet weapons as well. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The museum has Soviet weapons as well. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Shooting from weapons is also available in the museum and costs 350 thousand dongs ($17). Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Shooting from weapons is also available in the museum and costs 350 thousand dongs ($17). Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Shooting is very popular among tourists. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Shooting is very popular among tourists. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Scheme of the underground tunnels where the partisans hid. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Scheme of the underground tunnels where the partisans hid. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Underground tunnels where partisans hid during the war. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Underground tunnels where partisans hid during the war. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese invented numerous traps for Americans. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese invented numerous traps for Americans. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Wreckage of a plane in the war museum. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Wreckage of a plane in the war museum. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Local citizens eating at the streets can be seen at the markets and next to the shops. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Local citizens eating at the streets can be seen at the markets and next to the shops. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Almost all signs in Phan Thiet are in Russian. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Almost all signs in Phan Thiet are in Russian. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Saigon river. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Saigon river. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Souvenirs are sold at the streets. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Souvenirs are sold at the streets. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Sand dunes are 30 minutes drive from Phan Thiet. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Sand dunes are 30 minutes drive from Phan Thiet. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can ride a board in the Sand Dunes. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can ride a board in the Sand Dunes. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Waves in the Eastern Sea can be strong and high. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Waves in the Eastern Sea can be strong and high. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese police officer. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese police officer. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Coconut island. Local citizen are making coconut candies with peanuts and fruits. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Coconut island. Local citizen are making coconut candies with peanuts and fruits. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A boy with a python. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A boy with a python. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Laying Buddha. The sculpture is 49m long. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Laying Buddha. The sculpture is 49m long. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Almost all old buildings have a cone-like design. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Almost all old buildings have a cone-like design. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Bikes or motorbikes are used by everyone in Vietnam. Rental of the scooter for tourists is $10 per day. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Bikes or motorbikes are used by everyone in Vietnam. Rental of the scooter for tourists is $10 per day. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Horse drives are also available in Cu Chi. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Horse drives are also available in Cu Chi. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh road police checking a biker's documents. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh road police checking a biker's documents. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A tired bride next to Main Post office in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A tired bride next to Main Post office in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Tourist children in the main post office in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Tourist children in the main post office in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh City has  the population of 10 million people and 5 million of them have motor bikes. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh City has the population of 10 million people and 5 million of them have motor bikes. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

School at the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

School at the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The temples in Ho Chi Minh City hang out the names of the people who donated money for charity. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

The temples in Ho Chi Minh City hang out the names of the people who donated money for charity. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Incenses. They are hung to the ceiling. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Incenses. They are hung to the ceiling. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Everyone may try to paint on the wood at the laquer plant. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Everyone may try to paint on the wood at the laquer plant. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can drive a motorbike without driver's license in Vietnam. The pedestrians are yielded the right-of-way. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

One can drive a motorbike without driver's license in Vietnam. The pedestrians are yielded the right-of-way. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh marker: one can buy real Vietnamese coffee, clothes, souvenirs and sea food there. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Ho Chi Minh marker: one can buy real Vietnamese coffee, clothes, souvenirs and sea food there. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Flower market in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Flower market in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Sea food is fresh and cheap. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Sea food is fresh and cheap. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Women are mostly involved in trade. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Women are mostly involved in trade. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Coconut on a boat. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Coconut on a boat. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Lots of things are made of coconuts. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Lots of things are made of coconuts. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A river trip in Cu Chi is very romantic. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

A river trip in Cu Chi is very romantic. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Pho Ga soup is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup based on beef and chicken broth. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Pho Ga soup is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup based on beef and chicken broth. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese restaurants have open kitchens. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese restaurants have open kitchens. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

FIsh is served on a pan and made on open fire. It takes 15 minutes to cook it. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

FIsh is served on a pan and made on open fire. It takes 15 minutes to cook it. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Crocodile on a chargrill. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Crocodile on a chargrill. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Fruits: pineapple, rambutan, watermelons, mango, dragon fruit. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Fruits: pineapple, rambutan, watermelons, mango, dragon fruit. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese cuisine is rich with sea food. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

Vietnamese cuisine is rich with sea food. Photo by Roza Yessenkulova©

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