Reverie of Vietnam

                                                                   Reverie of Vietnam
For over two weeks in late March and early April, digital director and photographer Oliver Astrologo traveled through Vietnam exploring its best treasures. His 1,650 kilometer north-to-south journey takes the form of “Reverie of Vietnam,” a beautiful short video that places you inside the country face-to-face with the residents and the historic and natural wonders that surround you.
Set off on a 1650Km north to south journey: Capturing the best wonders of Vietnam: Hanoi ancient quarter, the breathtaking Halong Bay, the claustrophobic caves in Trang An, the glamorous fabric merchants in Hoi An, the secret temples inside the marble mountain in Da Nang, the historical old capital Hue, the wet and tropical mekong delta and the white sandy beaches at Phu Quoc
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All comments [ 10 ]

Deck Hero14 12/8/16 22:37

It's so beautiful and strange

Love Peace 12/8/16 22:38

To assess the Vietnam and its people, you must spend time in this beautiful country.

Pack Cassiopian 12/8/16 22:41

Vietnam is my second home

MaskOf Zero 12/8/16 22:42

There are so many beautiful landscapes in Vietnam

Only Solidar 12/8/16 22:45

Vietnamese are among the most friendly people in the world, they keep smiling despite their difficulties in life.

yobro yobro 12/8/16 22:46

I love Vietnam

John Smith 12/8/16 22:49

Vietnam's beauty is very different from China, Japan or other Asia countries, it's very close and friendly

Gentle Moon 12/8/16 22:52

I could see a lot of religious centers in this video, Vietnam is really a multi-culture country

LawrenceSamuels 12/8/16 22:54

Vietnam is a must-see destination for international travelers

Jane smartnic 12/8/16 22:56

the very openness of the Vietnamese made me surprised and really loved them

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