Xích lô is a means of transportation use manpower in Vietnam. The word " xích lô" is derived from the word "Cyclo" in French. It's has 3 wheels and used to transport passenger or cargo.In the past, xích lô is one of the most popular means of transportation i Vietnam.However,because of the development of motorbike,xích lô is only use for tourist who want to travel around the city.
The áo tứ thân is considered one of Vietnam's enduring relics, having been worn widely by women centuries before the Áo Dài. As Vietnam expanded southward, Áo Tứ Thân gradually became associated specifically with northern women.The áo tứ thân was the dress of peasant women, which explains why it was often made with plain fabric in dark colors, except when it was to be worn at special occasions such as festivals or weddings.