Nghinh Phong cape is a must-visit destination in Vung Tau. Cool climate and ideal geological location attracts a lot of visitors to take photos with majestic mountains and beautiful beaches. Heaven gate in Nghinh Phong cape is the ideal check-in point for young people. The Upside Down House provides visitors with unique corners for taking impressive photos as all objects inside the houses are placed upside down. Con Heo Hill impresses visitors by pristine natural scenery.and magnificent view. It is considered the most perfect place for visitors to experience sunset and sunrise in Vung Tau. The Lighthouse located on Tao Phung mountain and attracts those who want to savour scenic views of the city from its height. The winding road from the foot of the mountain to the lighthouse is the ideal place for young people to take impressive photos. The first Marina in Vung Tau entices a large number of local and foreign visitors for photos and experience impeccable services. Nghinh … [Read more...] about Top 5 ideal check-in points in Vung Tau for young people
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To go on a trekking trip to Mui Doi, you need to pack a lot of travel items and unpack your mind, says Huynh Kien, a Saigon resident who left her job to explore Vietnam. The 26-year-old woman shares her trek from the Dam Mon peninsula to Mui Doi in southern Khanh Hoa Province – the easternmost point of Vietnam. "Truong and I, the leader of the trekking trip, rode motorbikes from Nha Trang town to Dam Mon peninsula in the afternoon. At first, you have to walk from the Dam Mon market to the vast sand dunes that merge with each another. "For the trekking trip, you need to have the following items: flashlight, sleeping bag, tent, blanket, two large bottles of water, climbing shoes, walking sticks, bathing suits, food for dinner and breakfast and some cooking utensils (saucepan, travel gas stove). "Trekkers to the eastern point often say the sand dunes are like deserts. But from here, you can marvel at the sight of the mountains, sea, the boats and local villages." The … [Read more...] about Mui Doi point: Where the first sunrays touch Vietnam
The move is part of the province’s 2019 to 2025 population policy and the certificates will be issued yearly, as long as the families continue to have exactly two daughters, local media reported, citing Doan Quoc That, deputy chief of the province's legislative People’s Council. Hamlets in the province that manage to maintain the two-children-per-family population model for three years straight will get VND3 million ($128) and five years VND5 million ($214), as rewards from the People’s Councils in districts, cities and communes. Districts and towns in the province that manage to maintain the same population model for three and five years straight will get VND15 million and VND25 million, respectively. This is the first time that Hau Giang has embarked on such a population policy, said That. When asked if the new policy was influenced by the gender imbalance in the province, That only said that it was based on Vietnam’s ordnance on population. The total … [Read more...] about Vietnam province to reward families with two daughters
Ride-hailing operator Grab said on Tuesday (Sep 25) that it will retain the existing redemption rates under its GrabRewards programme beyond the end of this month. A woman walks past the Grab transport office in Singapore on Sep 24, 2018. (Photo: AFP/Roslan Rahman) Grab previously announced changes to its rewards system in July, only to backtrack and delay it until Sep 30 following "some initial unhappiness" from customers. "We heard your feedback. That's why we're pleased to announce that even after 30 September 2018, all Silver, Gold and Platinum members will continue to enjoy preferential pricing on Grab rewards," said Grab in an email notification to its customers. The notification from Grab sent via email about its rewards system on Sep 25. Under the original rewards system, Regular, Silver, Gold and Platinum members needed 2,200, 2,100, 2,000 and 1,900 points, respectively, to redeem a S$5 reward for Grab rides. In a controversial move in July, Grab revised the … [Read more...] about Grab to retain existing redemption rates for ride rewards beyond Sep 30
VietNamNet Bridge – A video clip featuring a teacher in a secondary school in HCM City giving cash rewards to students has gone viral. Illustrative image. – File photo Du Thi Lan Huong, a guest teacher of Chu Van An Secondary School, appeared with some bundles of cash, awarding the money to a long line of students who gained scores of 6.5 points or more in their exams. The students looked joyful and excited. According to Huong’s rule, students would show their test papers as proof, and receive VND20,000 ($0.8) for each. This is not the first time the teacher has given such bonuses to her students. Previously, she offered VND2,000-3,000 ($0.08-0.13) for those who scored at least 8 points in their exams. The amount of money is small and was used as a way of praising students and encouraging them to study harder in upcoming tests. The clip has received thousands of shares and comments from the public, mostly showing their interest and … [Read more...] about Cash rewards for studying?