Hanoi is not only Vietnam’s capital city, it’s also one of the best cities in the country. There are endless of things to do here and you will never be bored in Hanoi. If you love to go to markets, you have ended up in the right place. There is everything from outdoor to indoor

Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam’s biggest and busiest city. If you are thinking about traveling to HCMC, try to stay here for a few nights so you can enjoy it to the fullest. Most people’s first impression of the bustling city is of the thousands of motorbikes on the streets. But there is

Boats along the Ngo Dong River for visiting Tam Coc and Bich Dong (Ninh Binh province, Vietnam)

If you by any chance do not have time to go to Halong Bay or simply want to go off the beaten track, there is a place that is just as magical as Halong Bay. Perhaps you have heard of Ninh Binh, often referred to as ‘Halong Bay on Land’, where you also get a

Although Vietnam is quite possibly one of the cheapest countries to travel in, you can end up spending more than you planned to. But don’t worry, even the traveler with a very low budget can make it in Vietnam. The average amount that people usually spend in Vietnam usually around €1.000 per month. This includes

We had experienced a small taste of the Vientiane culture yesterday and today we wanted to experience more. The Vientiane Lao culture is unlike any other Asian culture and even different from what we had experienced in Luang Prabang. We had heard how great the traditional herbal Lao massage was so we asked Mr. Lai

You don’t need to be rich to travel anymore. Sometimes it’s enough if you’re smart with your budget and know where to go, what to eat and find out about the free activities to do. What’s so good about traveling to Vietnam though is that even if you’re on a low budget, you can still

Vietnam is home to some of the best coffee plantations in the world and coffee has become a staple product in the Vietnamese people’s lives. Wander around in any city, town or village and you will most certainly see the locals sitting and enjoying coffee. The history of coffee in Vietnam dates back to when

Some people call them quirky, some odd and some downright bizarre. But these cafés all have one thing in common – they are unique and worth paying a visit to. The café scene is huge in Hanoi and you can find everything here from chain cafés to smaller, local businesses. But if you want to

Are you on a strict budget or are you just looking for things to do without having to pay a fee? If you are in Ho Chi Minh City, there are plenty of free things you can do to keep yourself occupied. Not only is this Vietnam’s biggest city, it is also home to a

When you search for images about Vietnam, among the photos that will most likely show up are stunning images of bright green rice paddy fields. Some of these images were taken from Mai Chau, a charming rural village in the northern part of Vietnam, about three hours away from the capital city of Hanoi. Set

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