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The Four Seasons of Hanoi

Hanoi: The sub-tropical climate Those who visit Vietnam from abroad are often confused at times; it gets cold here in Hanoi, but why? It also can be extremely hot, with temperatures rising to the 40-degree mark on occasion during 2020. As a sub-tropical climate, Hanoi experiences some extremely hot weather. It can also be on the ... Read more
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A Brief Guide to Closest Airports to Halong Bay

There are 3 airports close to Halong Bay that you can fly into. It’s even possible to fly into Tuan Chau Marina, Halong Bay directly by a seaplane from Noi Bai airport!
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The traveller’s dozen places to visit in Hanoi

Xin Chao! Welcome to Hanoi!  In this post, I will give you a quick run-through of 12 places to visit in Hanoi. These are the traveller’s dozen to see while you are in Hanoi. You have such a diverse array of places to see in this city, all of which are fantastic experiences. Let’s begin with the ... Read more
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Sapa weather, December: the superb surroundings

Good day everyone, and welcome to our blog! We want to give you some practical information about Sapa weather, December – but let’s start with Sapa Town itself. Sapa is a small mountain town in the region of Lao Cai. It is in Northern Vietnam and borders Southern China. It is a town made up ... Read more
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Hiking in Vietnam – the northern route; Swaying strongly on the Sa Pa stroll

Let’s look at hiking in Vietnam… Hey guys, hope you are ready for something a bit different, a bit unique. A hike in Sapa Vietnam will challenge your fitness, hurt your muscles and will likely make you feel a bit exhausted at times. You’ll feel pumped up and amazing afterwards though! This strenuous bit of ... Read more
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Snow sensations in Sapa

Does Santa Claus come to Sapa? Well, that is an old-time question, isn’t it? When we think of snow, mountains and the month of December, we think about Christmas, celebrations and, of course, Santa. It is also a bit of a stupid question. It is obvious Santa comes to Sapa! Santa goes everywhere at Christmas, ... Read more
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Hey, Sapa tourist, you wanna go trekking with me…

Nyob Zoo! Hello! Welcome to our place on Earth! We are so happy to see you here. We are in Sapa and want to show you our map.
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The French Quarter, The Metropole, The Real Hanoi!

Bonjour, Bienvenue à Hanoi! Welcome to Hanoi, the Capital city of Vietnam! That would have been the standard welcome back in the days of Colonial French Rule in this vastly diverse metropole that has a mix of modern, French Colonial and ancient Vietnamese architecture, in addition to a fused mix of Vietnamese culture moving along ... Read more
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Top Luxury Hideaways in Vietnam

Are you looking for a relaxing beach getaway? Here are some of our favourite top luxury beach resorts in Vietnam for your next holiday.
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10 Activities you didn’t know you could do in Vietnam

From exquisite beaches to towering mountain tops and lush interiors, Vietnam is a feast for the senses. But aside from exploring markets, visiting ancient sites and eating delicious seafood, there are also a variety of activities to keep the adventurous traveller entertained.
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10 of the Best Beaches in Thailand

In no particular order, here is our round-up of the 10 best beaches in Thailand, from the tourist hot spots to some lesser-known locations.
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The Complete Travel Guide to Laos

Although Laos is a lot less visited than its neighbors, it is definitely a beautiful, friendly and exotic country that deserves a spot in every traveler’s list. This landlocked country is steeped in nature, culture, history, and religion. Its beauty lies in its landscape featuring incredible karst and limestone mountains, lush jungles, hidden caves, terraced ... Read more
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The Complete Travel Guide to Myanmar

Myanmar is unlike any other country in Southeast Asia. Extremely rich in intriguing history and tradition, it is also perfect for those seeking a unique travel adventure to a beautiful, exotic locale. Myanmar is often dubbed as ‘what Southeast Asia used to be’, and now is the best time to get a feel for what travelers ... Read more
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The Complete Travel Guide to Thailand

With around 40 million tourists visiting the country annually, Thailand is Asia’s top travel destination and offers a myriad of places to visit. Home to pristine white sandy beaches, masterfully crafted temples, and rich cultural heritage, Thailand has something for everyone. A great thing about this amazing country is that in spite of the influx ... Read more
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The Complete Guide to travel to Cambodia

When people think of traveling to Cambodia, the first thing that comes to mind is Angkor Wat. While Angkor Wat is truly magnificent, there’s so much more that Cambodia has to offer. With spectacular temples, beautiful islands and beaches, and a rich cultural heritage, it’s a shame to miss out Cambodia. In this travel guide ... Read more
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Guide to Con Dao Island

Imagine Survivor meets Prison Break meets the undiscovered Maldives. It seems impossible and a very unlikely combination? But lo and behold, this guide to Con Dao Island, Vietnam will make it possible.
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Is two week too short for your Thailand Cambodia Vietnam tour?

Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia are 3 South East Asian countries which have a lot of incredible natural landscapes; and lots of things to enjoy. Many of our customers believe that 3 weeks to 1 month should be enough to visit all the essential highlights of these countries. However, if your time and budget do not ... Read more
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2-week Vietnam Cambodia itinerary: Cultural highlights for first-time visitors

A guide to 2-week itinerary in Vietnam and Cambodia for first time visitors. 2-week is just enough time to see and explore the most memorable highlights that both countries have to offer. Please find out more on our website.
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Guide to Nam Cat Tien National Park

While it would be hard to come up with an extremely complete guide to Nam Cat Tien National Park, with its whopping 71,350 hectares of land and a plenitude of flora and fauna, this will give you a bird’s eye view of what you need to know before hitting up the road to it.  Just ... Read more
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Tipping in Vietnam

To tip or not to tip, that is the question that plagues vacationers while traveling in Vietnam. We are so used to American and European cultures but sometimes so clueless as to how services in Asia should be tipped. Perhaps a complete guide to tipping in Vietnam will help you solve this dilemma. Just imagine, ... Read more
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