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  • Sapa life in clouds

    One of the most picturesque and geographically interesting regions in Vietnam is the mountainous area of Sapa. Situated in the north of the country, it lies about 100 miles to the north east of Hanoi and is best accessible by catching the overnight train to Lao Cai on the Chinese border. The town that carries the same name as the resin sits at 5000 feet above sea level. Sapa is surrounded by magnificent mountainous scenery on all sides.

  • Sample Local Food in Sapa

    If you’ve made it to Sapa way up in the North West of Vietnam, you’ve no doubt already sampled a vast array of Vietnamese food. You may have even journeyed all the way from the south, stuffing yourself with as many platters of spring rolls, steaming bowls of pho and sticky handfuls of pastries a possible on the way. Now, surrounding by mountains and perched on hills overlooking valleys of verdant green rice, it is time to sample what Sapa has to offer. Sapa is a unique place filled with unique people who are all undoubtedly eating unique food, so give yourself a break from the usual Vietnamese staples and sample some of Sapas best, or ‘most interesting’, local foods.

  • 7 ways Hanoi is unlike any other Asian city

    Traveling in Southeast Asia can get a bit samey-samey after a while. It’s all temples, heat and tourist traps, right? Until you get to Hanoi. 
    The Vietnamese capital is like a breath of fresh air. The city is a graceful pastiche of cultural influences from the French and Chinese, while the Vietnamese have stubbornly retained their local ways.
    Here are the things that we love about it most and that makes Hanoi stand out from all other cities in Asia.
  • Con Dao Island

    With a beautiful natural landscape with nine beaches, coral reefs and vast green forests, it has become a stunning “pearl” that attracts a large number of domestic and international tourists to come for sightseeing and convalescence purposes. From a “hell on earth” to a “tourist paradise”. In the past, Con Dao Archipelago was known as a “hell on earth.”
  • Dalat

    Dalat is a hilly romantic city with a cool 'western' climate. The French named the city Dalat from the latin 'Dat Aliis Laetitiam Aliis Temperiem' ("Giving Pleasure to Some, Freshness to Others", and it is commonly known as 'the City of Eternal Spring', which has made it a popular destinations for holiday makers who want to beat the heat, and for Vietnamese couples, for whom it is known as the city of love.

  • Cu Lao Cham Island

    Vietnam has many islands, yet only one of them is listed in the famous old “silk road” on the east sea. It is Cu Lao Cham or Cham island, which has been recognized by UNESCO as a world biosphere reserve. Here, tourists can partake in sight-seeing or just enjoy the under-sea beauty.

    Cu Lao Cham belonging to Hoi An town in Quang Nam province comprises of several islets including the Lao, Lui, Dai, Mo, Kho, La, Tai and Nom, of which Lao is the biggest. On this islet, there are the beaches of the Ong, Lang and Huong with about 3,000 inhabitants who earn their living by fishing and farming. Lao islet has primeval forests, streams and beautiful beaches with clear, blue water.
  • Don't miss Saigon

    Saigon is the name some locals and tourists prefer to call Ho Chi Minh City, but whatever you call it, this world-famous city has made an  impact in modern history and culture. Located by the banks of the Saigon River, this former capital of Vietnam is the largest city in the country, as well as its financial center. This makes HCMC the most westernized city, and skyscrapers and modern amenities mix in with Indochinese sensibilities and French Colonial heritage sites to create a very unique experience.
  • Nha Trang

    As a beach destination it takes some beating, with delicious restaurants, great bars, beautiful diving and crystal clear water. There are boat trips out to the islands for divers and non-divers alike, snorkelling and fishing trips and if its a little chilly you can go and bathe in the hot springs.
    More recently there has been an explosion in watersports, with catamarans, jet skis and paragliding available for hire on the beach, as well as kayaks, windsurfers and bodyboards.
  • A trip back to Vietnam countryside

    Duong Lam Ancient Village is an ideal place where visitors can get an insight into a typical countryside lifestyle of the northern delta region in Vietnam with a banyan tree, water well and communal house, and a day in Duong Lam is like a trip back to traditions of the countryside.
    Located in Son Tay Town and nearly a two hour drive from the center of Hanoi, Duong Lam is said to have existed for around 1,200 years with many temples and communal houses in tact.
  • The best time to go to Vietnamese beaches

    The country has a long coastline, varied, complex climatic zones and generally a fair amount of rain.
    The best beaches are mostly in the southern half, and that’s best Dec- May [dry, but hot and humid]. However, in that area it doesn’t usually rain for long periods at any time, only showers, unless an infrequent typhoon hits the coast, so the beaches are basically OK all year round.
  • 10 Things To Do In Dalat

    Drinking cafe in the clouds, wandering on the streets, staying overnight at an ancient villa are things you should do when arriving in Da Lat to live slowly and do not care jobs, internet, TVs or sadness. In Da Lat today there are many old French villas located on the pine hills. They were changed into luxury hotels serving travelers. Let’s try a stay in these beautiful and convenient villas to feel a quiet, romantic and lyrical night in Da Lat.

  • Ideal Gifts In Phu Quoc

    Phu Quoc- the pearl island is not only famous for its stunning beaches but also a place there are many specialties that visitors always want to buy before leaving the island :

    Phu Quoc fish sauce
    Phu Quoc pepper
    Phu Quoc sim wine
    Phu Quoc pearls


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