Vietnam has officially extended its visa waivers! This policy choice is great news for certain countries who can enter without any previous paperwork. For some travelers, the Vietnam visa waiver means exemption from having to go through the visa process for a visit that lasts 15 days or less. So you can enjoy two weeks … Continue reading Travel Update: Vietnam Visa Waivers Get Extended
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Check out this list to live like a native and make your trip to Vietnam's largest city worth every second. Take a dive into Saigon night markets Ho Thi Ky Flower Market and Ben Thanh Night Market are the places to get a broader picture of Saigon’s nightlife. Ho Thi Ky, the city’s largest wholesale … Continue reading Top 6 tips to experience life in Saigon
Thang Hen Lake Located in the district of Tra Linh, about 30km from the city of Cao Bang; Thang Hen Lake has been voted as one of 10 most beautiful lakes; of Vietnam thanks to its clean water and magnificent beauty. (Photo: Kieran Turner-Dave) Ban Giuong Ban Giuong consists of about 75 households. In addition, this … Continue reading Unmissable 7 wonders of Cao Bang province
These fishing villages have remained unchanged despite overheated tourism development, so check them out while you can. Ham Ninh A hidden pearl in Vietnam’s 'Maldives' Photo by Quang Le Sitting at the foot of Duong Dong Mountain; little has changed in Ham Ninh since the tourism boom. Local villagers still live in the same thatched … Continue reading 5 fishing villages that encapsulate Vietnam’s untouched beauty
Thien Huong Village of Dong Van First, Thien Huong is a 100-year-old village nestled behind the ancient town of Dong Van which is home to Tay ethnic minority people. The village is renowned for its many banyan trees and ancient houses. Lao Xa Next, Lao Xa village has been attracting a lot of visitors recently with … Continue reading Top 10 places in Dong Van Karst Plateau for photo hunters
Vietnam is one of the most popular cycling destinations abroad for Australians, but to ride here can often mean dicing with a typically Asian storm of traffic. On these rice terraces near Mai Chau, however, there’s not a vehicle in sight. Instead, cows wander the tracks, chickens dash across them and a man herds a flock … Continue reading Why Vietnam is the most popular cycling destination for foreigner?
Ringing in the Thai New Year with a bucket of water over your head is to be expected when partaking in the Songkran festival. Every April both Thais and tourist hit the streets armed with squirt guns and buckets of water. If you don’t want to get wet don’t even think of setting foot outside. NO … Continue reading Let’s Join in Songkran Festival – Thailand Guide and Tips