Living its very first striking heat of the summer, Hanoi’s temperature however is expected to climb down to around 24 - 36 Degree Celsius this weekend. Light rain is considered a blessing in this situation, however, umbrella and rain coat are essential since it is very easy catching cold at this transitional season. Outdoor activities are encouraged, especially at night time, when Hanoi beer seems to be fresher with friendly talk right at sidewalk stalls.
Hanoi weather April 30 - May 6 (Source: Google)
Having been through a bright firework competition, the coastal city still keeps the exciting atmosphere with it. Though the weather is not very favorable for outdoor things, a good schedule would still make perfect trip to Ba Na hill or Son Tra peninsula for instance. Danang’s cuisine is strongly recommended for this kind of weather since for Vietnam’s climate characteristic, dishes seem tastier in rainy days.
Danang weather April 30 - May 6 (Source: Google)
Ho Chi Minh City
Cloudy sky with occasional thunder and rain is what waiting for the tropical city. Be prepared for flood situation that may come after a half an hour rain since rainy season has come. A trip out of the hustle and bustle city to Vam Sat ecological tourism center for example is advised. The humidity at this moment all over the country is annoying people and Ho Chi Minh City is not an exception so suitable cream may help reduce the uncomfortableness.
HCMC weather April 30 - May 6 (Source: Google)
New trekking tours in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park
In order to attract more trekking enthusiasts, the administrator board of the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park has decided to initiate two new tours. One tour leads tourists along the poetic Rao Thuong River, lush tropical forest, and mysterious Swallows Cave, as well as chance to mingle with the Van Kieu minority. The other offers exhilarating canoe trips along the mysterious underground river system of Phong Nha Cave.
Southeast Asian antiquities on display in Ho Chi Minh City
A collection of 300 rare antique objects belonging to the Southeast Asian communities from 1st century to 19th century is in exhibition at the Museum of Vietnamese History, Ho Chi Minh City. Relics range from ordinary household appliances to precious worshipping objects that to bring out the rich cultural diversity of Southeast Asian people. The exhibition is welcoming visitors until end of this December.
Khoan Cắt Bê Tông recreated in Lolo Zazar’s exhibition
Those amused by quirky by Vietnamese advertising styple on walls or graffiti may be pleased with the exhibition entitled ‘Speeches of Wall’ by Lolo Zazar. The French artist is displaying his pictures showcasing the rapid change of walls in Hanoi during 5 years living here with a poetic and sensitive mind. The beloved exhibition opened on 2 May at L’Espace Hanoi and will continue until 11 June 2012.
Hanoi Flea Market
Following the roaring success of its debut, Hanoi Flea Market is returning this Sunday with a promise to be even more bohemian and funky. The market sets out to offer a wide range of goods with something for all who attend, from well-priced vintage outfits to eclectic music and tattoos. This time it will be operated on the Football Field No. 264 Au Co Street from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.