Every country has their pros and cons. If you are traveling to Vietnam and you are imagining everything to be paradise and perfect – think again. Vietnam is far from a flawless country and as a traveler you can get frustrated, tired and sometimes even angry. It takes a while to adapt to another country’s

If Vietnam isn’t on your itinerary yet, it should be! One of the most diverse countries in Asia, it offer travellers beautiful coastlines, delicious cuisine, stunning landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, quaint and charming towns, big and impressive cities, chaos and calmness at the same time. But with every country you travel to, it’s always good to

As Vietnam’s tourism is increasing, so is the expat community. People from all over the world are starting to discover this beautiful country – which also happens to be very affordable – and many end up staying here for a longer time than they planned. If you are a digital nomad or just getting started,

If you are a digital nomad and want to go to Southeast Asia, why not head over to Vietnam! It is one of the most digital nomad friendly countries offering good WiFi and cozy places to work at. The digital nomad community is also growing here so you have plenty chances to go to meetups

Recently, the beautiful Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills of Vietnam has gone viral online when it was first opened to the public in June. Because of this, the bridge has become one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam and everyone just seems to want to see it now. If you’re one of those

Happy couple with luggage walking in the airport

Hanoi is one of those cities where you can linger for a long time. There is enough to see and do that will keep you occupied and once you have spent a few days here, it is difficult to leave. If you are a fan of museums then you are in luck. Hanoi has some

Ever since I started traveling I was afraid of doing it alone. “The world is a scary place” is something you’ve probably heard ever since you were a child. So when I really wanted to travel but didn’t have anyone to come with me, I decided that I either had to let go of my

The temple of the Jade Mountain in Hoan Kiem lake, Hanoi, Vietnam

We all know that when it rains, it pours in Asia, and Vietnam is no different. If you are going here during rainy season you will most definitely get days when it rains a lot. But don’t worry – if you are in Hanoi, there are plenty of things to do that will keep you

A view of floating fishing village in the Halong Bay

This beautiful, natural wonder of the world is one of Vietnam’s most popular places to visit for foreigners and locals alike. Halong Bay started to form 500 million years ago and what we see now used to only be deep sea. What makes Halong Bay so unique are the 1,600 islands and islets surrounding the

Da Nang is one of the most underrated places in Vietnam. Most people only knows about it because they land in Da Nang Airport to go to Hoi An (or Hue), or they stop here for a night to rest before going further south. But Da Nang should be more than a pitstop: it is

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