Tet or Lunar new year is the most important and the longest public holiday in Vietnam. It is an amazing time to witness all families celebrating a very special time of the year, and also the time for traveling.
[Re-post] Hoi An became a UNESCO world heritage listed city nearly twenty years ago and has grown in popularity since then. As the town gets busier, it’s best to visit before it turns into the Venice of South East Asia.
[Re-post] The Price of Travel’s Index, ranking 31 Asian cities by price, confirms what many travellers have known for a while – Vietnam’s cities are tops for budget options. Both Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi (third and second in the list respectively) are in that most magical of price brackets for the budget travelers.
[Re-post] From 23 Nov 2015, the standard visa fee will cut down from US$45 to $25 for visitors, applied for Vietnam single entry Visa. For a multi-entry visa valid for three months, the fee will be $50, down from the current $95.
Discover how to cut costs & plan an affordable holiday. From redeeming the best online deals to maximizing extras at hotels, here are 20 tips to save money on your next vacation.
[Re-posted] We know most Westerners don’t like Ho Chi Minh city, and they would usually only recommend 3 days or less. We happen to disagree.
[Re-posted] Angkor Wat history was legendary. The temple complex, built from the 9th century to the 15th century in Kulen mountain, attracts over 2 million visitors per year.
[Re-posted] Hanoi shopping is something you should not miss out when visiting this beautiful city. According to the annual rankings of Smart Travel Asia Magazine – a popular travel magazine with huge amount of subscribers, Hanoi ranked 6th among top 13 most attractive shopping cities voted by readers.
[Re-posted] We will analyze when to choose VoA or VaE, how to apply, how long to get visa results, how much the visa fees are and the necessary documents for Vietnamese visa application. In this post, we will take an example of an U.S national is planning a holiday to Vietnam.
[Re-posted] Christmas in Vietnam is a grand party. People even not Catholists go to church not only for masses but for social hang-outs and celebration. Christmas in Vietnam is 1 of the most 4 important festivals in 1 year. People celebrate by throwing confetti, taking pictures and enjoying the Christmas decorations and lights of big hotels and department stores. Lots of cafes and restaurants are open for people to enjoy a snack!