When it comes to which city to visit in Vietnam, Hanoi and Saigon (or Ho Chi Minh City) are often popular choices among first-time travellers. Have a look at our quick comparison below – categorised according to dining, accommodation, nightlife, and more – to make the right holiday choice.
Vietnamese people often turn a blind eye to the many ignorant and inappropriate things foreigners do in their country, but the authorities won’t hesitate to punish those they perceive to be threats to social norms and/or the existing power structure. Many of these are loosely enforced, but you should still be aware of them so you don’t unwittingly get yourself thrown into a scary prison.
These hotels provide the perfect vantage point from which to admire the first sunrise, without the crowds.
When the sunrise comes streaming through the tent window after you slept soundly through a gale-force night, you’ve got yourself a well-pitched shelter. If you’ve never set up a tent before, it’s been a while since your last campout or you’d just like a few ideas on how you can smooth out the process, this article can help.
With globalization bringing our borders closer together than ever before, there still remain plenty of only-in-Japan goods available for purchase. Here are fifteen things you can (or should) only buy in Japan.
Seasoned travellers know to always leave some space in their suitcases for packing keepsakes. Well, you might want to save a little bit more if you’re heading to Cambodia because choosing from our list of top souvenirs is going to be tricky, as the country is full of incredible artisans.
Situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is Poland’s principal seaport and one of its biggest tourist destinations. It boasts several important historical attractions, such as the Royal Way, famous promenade street of Polish kings, along with historic cathedrals, medieval ports and oodles of cool cafes.
Looking to travel with a purpose, make a difference or to “give back”? Great! Here’s our guide on how to volunteer responsibly while travelling in Southeast Asia.
Traveling around Vietnam by motorbike, seeing breathtaking landscapes, beautiful mountain passes, interesting historical relics, colorful, friendly and happy people…makes us love our country more and gives us extremely special feeling. We wanna take you there to make you fall in love with Vietnam! What make the quality of a motorcycle tour in Vietnam? It’s not just the destinations, it’s the quality of the bikes, ability of the guides. It’s how we ride and what we do and see along the route...
Koh Rong Cambodia Island (also romanized as Kaôh Rōng or Kos Rong), is the second largest island of Cambodia. Just 45 minutes by speedboat, yet a world away from the grubby confines of Sihanoukville, Koh Rong Samloem offers four completely different atmospheres on four different beaches on what many might describe as the archetypal paradise island. A few years back, Koh Rong was little more than a jungle-clad wilderness rimmed by swaths of sugary-white sand, with a few beach-hut resorts speckling the shore around tiny Koh Tuch village. Today the Koh Tuch village street-strip that leads out from the pier is a bottleneck of back-to-back backpacker crash pads, restaurants, and hole-in-the-wall bars blasting competing music. This article will show you how to get there!
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