Located in the southern part of Ha Long Bay and east of Cat Ba Island, Lan Ha Bay is also known as "the Lost Heaven" because of its extremely wild beauty. With the wild and natural beauty, Lan Ha Bay is compared as the second Ha Long Bay in the North of Vietnam.
Vietnam is a country with a diverse range of landscapes, cultures and ethnic groups, contained within its uniquely long and thin geography. Increasing foreign tourists flock flock to Vietnam to see the beautiful natural sceneries and ancient places that have survived the hands of time.
You will have 4 days off on the occasion of 30/4 (day of liberating the South for national reunification), so you can travel far to some destinations like Vung Tau. However, there will be lots of tourists flocking into this place, which makes Hon Son become more appropriate. Therefore, why not come to Kien Giang.
Experiencing the notorious Red Light Districts is one of the standouts you must highlight in your itinerary while travelling in Bangkok, Thailand. Some Bar experiences shared below will help you to discover easily the Asian entertainment paradise without being scammed.
Procedures for granting e-visas to foreigners are applied by the Immigration Department of Vietnam on 1st January 2017. E-visas apply only to foreigners traveling to Vietnam for a period of no more than 30 days.
There is no better way to begin to know a country than by exploring its unique art forms. Whether it is a lovely inlaid lacquer piece or a exquisite hand embroidered painting, you’re sure to be delighted by the art of Vietnam.
Nothing is more romantic than walking hand in hand with your loved one and watching street life. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re sharing the list of the most romantic streets we could find in (chaotic) Hanoi.