Vamp Hair Line Stylist Salon Visit With Soshi Iwata – Ho Chi Minh City

If you are in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and would like to have your hair styled, cut, colored, treatment, perm, blowout, or eyelash extentions, then I highly recommend you call and make an appointment with Soshi Iwata of Vamp Hair Line, a Japanese salon.

He is a stylist from Japan who worked extensively in Tokyo before moving to Ho Chi Minh City to open his own salon.

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I have nothing but high regards for Soshi as a stylist who listens, recommends and does an exceptional cut and color. Did I mention, Soshi and his staff speak

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Shooting the AK-47 at Cu Chi Tunnels Tourist attraction – Vietnam

When you visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, you can choose between the AK-47, M16,.30 Caliber Machine Gun, M60, M1 carbine, M1 Garand and Russian SKS. The costs are not too expensive at all. The price is 40,000 VND for a M16 bullet, 35,000 VND for an AK or a Cabin bullet, Colt 45, K59 & Rulo are 40,000 VND per shoot and K54 is 20,000 VND per shoot. With about 10 USD, you can experience this exciting activity in Cu Chi Tunnels.

When visiting Cu Chi, after exploring this unique destination, tourists have free time to discover by themselves and this is the time for who wants to try shooting with the real guns.

Before shooting a bullet, tourists will be given instruction about the gun and the way to use it. Please remember to wear the covering ears facilities in order not to be startled.

The guide will help you how to make a shoot, where to put your hand on, where to look through. Therefore, just count on them, you will have got such a great experience you have never met before.

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Visiting Saigons Reunification Palace 2019 – Ho Chi Minh City

Come visit Ho Chi Minh Cities Reunification Palace formally known as the Presidential Palace with Amelia In Vietnam and Kiwi In Saigon. Experience the ghostly past of Vietnam’s dark War history, as you sink deep into the underground of dark maze like tunnels. Share the history and have fun when doing so. Watch th dark ghosts appear from this tourist

Independence Palace (Dinh Độc Lập), also known as Reunification Palace (Vietnamese: Dinh Thống Nhất), built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, is a landmark in Saigon, Vietnam. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.

It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975, when a North Vietnamese army tank crashed through its gates.

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Floods in Central Highlands, Phu Quoc Cause $43m in Damage

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The Central Highlands and Phu Quoc recently suffered from extreme flooding following record-breaking torrential rain.

According to the Natural Disaster Prevention Central Committee, three days of flooding across provinces in the Central Highlands caused 10 deaths and left one missing person. More than 12,000 houses and 20,000 hectares of crops are submerged, on top of the 120,000 cattle and poultry swept away by the floods, as reported by VnExpress.

Landslides occurred along many roads, irrigation canals and dams causing, severe damage, including at two hydroelectric reservoirs in Dak Nong Province. The estimated cost of the damage is VND1 trillion (US$43 million), of which VND107 billion (US$4.6 million) occurred in Phu Quoc.

Regarding the causes of flooding, Director of Central Highlands Hydrometeorological Station Ta Dang Hoan told the news source that areas have experienced abnormally heavy rain: “This region has always suffered from torrential rain, but never seen such an extreme level of rain in a short period of time like recently.”

The main cause of the heavy rain is the southwest monsoon, in addition to influences from tropical depressions.

The narrow rivers and streams in Dak Lak and Lam Dong cannot withstand the rapid urbanization that is affecting drainage systems. Hoan added: “Deforestation and excessive wood exploitation could be a major cause of flooding in Central Highlands areas.”

Lam Dong suffered the most out of five provinces in the region. Director of the Department of Agriculture and Development of Lam Dong Province Nguyen Van Son claimed that besides the impacts of climate change, flooding is also due to the enhanced greenhouse effect.

According to the Director of Hydro-meteorological stations in Kien Giang Province, Le Xuan Hien, in the first nine days of August, Phu Quoc saw its most rain since 1978, at 1,152 mm, compared to the average 458 mm.

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