If you are looking for a calmer, gentler, more traditional Vietnam, you might consider exploring it by boat. Needless to say, a boat trip is perfect for re-connecting with nature, family, and yourself.
The list of things to see and to do in Vietnam could be made endless and there are more than a hundred attractions to choose from. To make it easier we have picked out the Vietnam highlights for you. Enjoy!
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.
The legendary Gulf of Tonkin, bounded by both Vietnam and China, covers three bays: Halong Bay, Lan Ha Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay. Composed of thousands of islands rising from turquoise water, the Gulf of Tonkin creates truly amazing seascape.
All cruise companies in Halong Bay need permission to be allowed to sail in Halong Bay by the Management Board of Halong Bay. In case of bad weather conditions, cruise can be postponed, shortened or cancelled and Halong Bay Management Board will be in charge of making decision.
Halong Bay is considered one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Vietnam, and a Halong Bay cruise is a must-do on many travelers’ lists. Having said that, do put some time and effort into choosing what tour you do, as this will make a big difference to whether you come back raving about your trip…
Laos is a truly captivating country, with its gentle pace inviting the visitor to slow down, relax and absorb the beauty of their surroundings. Mekong River runs the entire length of the country, with the river and its many tributaries being integral to the Lao way of life, providing fishing, irrigation, transport and…
Linked by the mighty Mekong River, Vietnam and Cambodia abound with magnificent carved temples, lush landscapes, and cities where rich imperial and colonial legacies mingle. An expedition cruise between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap allows you to see more of the region in less time than on self-powered journeys.
River cruising is the in-vogue travel trend. As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well. A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying…
Sometimes traveling by plane is not easy as a-b-c. For who are already get used to that kind of moving, you just need to grab your luggage and go! But to serve anyone that still has doubts or question about flying with plane, we provide you some common useful tips below.