How to Stay Healthy While Traveling

It can be challenging to stay healthy while on vacation. You’re likely adjusting to a new time zone and eating several meals out.

Here are a few tips to make it easier: stay hydrated, choose water over alcoholic drinks, pack your own quality snacks and eat often (to avoid expensive shops and not eat poorly), stretch, eat well, walk or bike more often, eat vitamins, take a good sleep and stay active for a long time.

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Quote of the Day

Many people find shadows kind of scary, and they are a metaphor for the things that would bother you if you saw them regularly, or focused on them.

Some also find the sun on their face to be rather pleasant, when done in moderation. Put together, facing the sun puts your shadow behind you.

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Thuy Bieu Tour With Homely Lunch

#1: The most interesting experience is the rustic lunch with the locals. These tasty dishes of Hue are processed and presented by the naive, gentle and thoughtful wife.

#2: Vietnam coffee is known world-wide. Pavement coffee is one of the most exciting experiences to discover the cultural life of the Hue’s native people.

#3: Hue City is well known for its ancient houses. This tour will introduce visitors to one of these houses with living witnesses and exhibits.

#4: Relax your feet with the herbal foot bath after the cycling trip is among tourist activities in response.

#5: Cycling from downtown Hue to Thuy Bieu village under the shady canopy is both beneficial exercise for your health and environmentally friendly action.

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Sinh Village – Thanh Tien Paper Flower Village – Tien Non Village

#1: Make a trip to Sinh Painting Village. In addition to Dong Ho or Hang Trong folk art painting which reflects …, Sinh painting Village attracts tourists by not only line of paintings but also the embodiment of the belief and worship.

#2: Visit Thanh Tien Paper Flower Village, well-known for its 300-year-old craft of making paper flowers. Villagers make flowers for special occasions such as traditional festivals and Tet (Lunar New Year). Local artisans use bamboo stems for sprigs, colored papers for petals and cassava for pistils.

#3: Visit Tien Non Fresh Flower Village. Tien Non was formed in the 16th century and villagers have kept the tradition of flower growing alive since then. Flowers are planted individually in the gardens of every home in the village in addition to the common field where 20 prominent farmers joined to form a co-operative.

#4: After visiting these three villages, you will have a better view of the atmosphere and preparation of the Vietnamese people every time the New Year comes.

#5: Down the Perfume River by boat or bike ride to the peaceful village, the afternoon town is an enjoyable experience of the trip.

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Visiting An Bang – The City Of Ghosts & Attractive Destinations of Phu Vang – Phu Loc

#1: The most memorable experience of the trip is a visit to the ghost city of An Bang, where people who are living in preparation for the death, known as “thousandth sleep”.

#2: Heading to Cham Tower – My Khanh, visitors can learn about Cham culture remaining in Thua Thien Hue Province.

#3: The ancient village of My Loi owns the system of the worship houses, communal houses, … which were built hundreds of years ago. Come here, you may understand more about the folk worship culture, a part of Asian culture.

#4: Another highlight of the tour is that you will catch a beautiful view of Tam Giang lagoon system, immersed in the clear blue water of Hue’s famous beaches such as Vinh Hien, Loc Binh, etc.

#5: Last but not least, with lunch included in the program, you will taste dishes made from the fresh local seafood together with cool cold beer on the beach.

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