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In Ninh Bình, lotus-filled lakes and towering limestone karsts make for one #dreamy backdrop. Traveller @chopsticksontheloose took full advantage of this to get a postcard-worthy shot! 📸 Getting to ‘Hạ Long Bay on Land’ is easier than ever these days, with vans and trains departing hourly from Hanoi. What do you think, ready to put Ninh Bình on your itinerary?⠀
Travelling to Ninh Bình? We would love to see your photos! Make sure to tag us at @vietnamtourismboard or use the hashtag #VietnamNOW or #MyVietnam for a chance to be featured.
The lunar new year of the Rat is coming close and everyone is eager to prepare for a warm Tet holiday for their family. At Ba Vang Pagoda, Buddhists are trying their best to finish the last steps of preparation for Tet in the spirit of serving the Three Jewels and sentient beings. Every place at the Pagoda is urgently decorated to bring a happy atmosphere and beautiful scenery to visitors. Despite unfavourable weather, dirt and loads of remaining work, the spirit of the Buddhists is so high and their earnestness of cultivation does not seem to diminish. Hopefully, those efforts will bring about the joy of visitors when admiring the beauty of the Pagoda so that more people will have a better connection with Buddhism.
A Beautiful Female White Faced Saki Monkey. ❤️🐒❤️ @Dublin Zoo🍀
They can be found in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela. This species lives in the understory and lower canopy of the forest, feeding mostly on fruits, nuts, seeds, humans, and insects. Although they are arboreal creatures and are specialists of swinging from tree to tree (brachiation), they are also terrestrial when foraging. White-faced sakis typically live around 14 years in their natural habitat and have been recorded to live up to 36 years in captivity. Sakis are active in the day and sleep highly elevated (15-20m) in trees with many leaves to shelter them from weather and flying predators.