Vietnam Travel Guide

Best Paragliding Places in Vietnam

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Paragliding is quite a new sport in Vietnam which requires money, time and a lot of technical skills. Vietnam has much potential to develop and promote paragliding since it has very supportive weather, topographic diversity and magnificent scenery from north to south. Related: Scuba Diving in Nha Trang This article will introduce you all the best places to fly in …

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Hai Phong Travel Guide

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Hai Phong is another city just like Hanoi and Saigon that has significant French influence on the city’s layout and architecture. People might know about Hai Phong’s tourism for its renowned Cat Ba island, or Do Son beach, or just a stop on there way to Ha Long bay. However, the center city of Hai Phong which maybe deemed unpopular …

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Mud-bathing in Vietnam

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Vietnam has them all: hot springs, mineral spring and mud-bath sites all across the country. Mud-bathing is not something new in Vietnam. In fact, many tourist sites have developing this kind of service at Central and South of Vietnam. Mud-bathing in Vietnam is not only an effective therapy but also very entertaining. Why mud-bathing Question is why not? First and …

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Nightlife in Hoi An

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Hoi An’s nightlife is quite bustling and colorful with a variety of lanterns in all shapes and colors. But the night in Hoi An has so much more than that, let’s find out with our list below: 1, 14th lunar night – monthly lantern event   On the 14th day of every lunar month, you can join the lunar night …

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City Guide: Buses from airport to downtown

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Airports are often located out of the city, anywhere from few to about 20 kilometers away. Independent travelers sometimes have problem choosing transportation method which is most convenient with reasonable cost. Here is our guide on buses which run from the airports to city center and vice versa. Related: How to take bus in Vietnam Noi Bai – Hanoi city …

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Things Vietnamese people do

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There are number of things Vietnamese do as habits and as culture traits. Vietnam has a long history and rich culture. The culture from time to time was influenced a lot by foreign cultures and mostly on a very long duration. However, Vietnamese people remained their way of life in many aspects of daily life. Eat and drink on the sidewalks …

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Markets in Vietnam

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The most frequent thing you would encounter in Vietnam is no other than market. There are a lot of markets, almost in every corner in the streets of Vietnam. Market is where Vietnamese people eat, trade, and talk. All these actions happen on open streets. There might be a prejudice that these markets are dirty, noisy or complicated places. Actually, …

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Explore Hanoi: One-day itinerary in Bat Trang village

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If you only have one day to explore Hanoi, Bat Trang pottery and ceramic village which only is 10 km away from city center, is a great choice for you. You can get there by bus, motorbike or taxi. We recommended you the best choice of transportation means is by bus which can get you there faster, with cheaper cost …

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Scuba Diving in Nha Trang

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Vietnam has a 3260-km coastline full of stunning seascapes and pristine islands. This geographic condition is suitable to develop natural tourism and scuba diving has its place in Vietnam as well. Together with Phu Quoc Island in the south, Nha Trang is one of the best places for this sport in Vietnam. Since around the 90s, dive centers and resorts …

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Forbes: Vietnam as one of the cheapest destinations in 2017

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If you haven’t decided yet, and have not applied for a visa, why not consider Vietnam as your next destination in this year 2017? The famous Forbes just released a list of 30 low-cost places to travel this year and Vietnam is one of them. Vietnam was chosen by Marybeth Bond, a National Geographic writer, author and the founder of …

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