Exploring Vietnam

City Guide: Buses from Airport to Downtown

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

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Things Vietnamese People Do

There is a number of things Vietnamese do as habits and as cultural 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 …

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Markets in Vietnam

The most frequent thing you would encounter in Vietnam is no other than the market. There are a lot of markets, almost in every corner in the streets of Vietnam. Markets are 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. …

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Explore Hanoi: One-day Itinerary in Bat Trang Village

If you only have one day to explore Hanoi, Bat Trang pottery and ceramic village which only is 10 km away from the city centre, 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 …

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Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Nha Trang

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 centres 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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Explore Hanoi: City’s Cultural Sites

Hanoi is well-known for its historic and cultural charms together with the dynamic atmosphere of developing capital. Following are three worth-visiting historic and cultural sites that no tourist should miss when visiting Hanoi. Hanoi Old Quarter As the oldest continuously developing area of Hanoi, Old Quarter has a history that spans 2000 years and represents the eternal soul of the …

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Festivals Held in the Second Month of Lunar Year

After Lunar New Year or Tet, Vietnamese people spend the whole second month of the lunar year to hold many traditional festivals across the country. All of the festivals are the special occasions for the people to send wishes for a new good year to come, for safety and health as well as remembering the heroes and heroines in the …

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Top Highly Recommended Restaurants in Da Nang

Take into account the restaurants around the intersection of Dong Da Street and Hai Phong Street if you want to try on cheap and tasty meals for lunch. For diners at decent restaurants, you should head to My Khe beach and drop off some coastal restaurants. However, don’t forget to try the local specialities which you can easily find along …

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10 Best Things to Do in Vietnam in 2017

In closing 2016, Vietnam welcomed its ten-millionth international guest – a number it never witnessed before. The fact once more proved that besides Thai Land, Vietnam is also a must-visit destination in Southeast Asia. Related: Things Vietnamese people do Vietnam has not only spectacular natural scenery but also interesting and authentic cultural charms, not to mention the cheap prices and …

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