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  • Da nang restaurants and cafes – a foodie’s guide

    This is post 23 of 25 in the series “Vietnam” As one of the biggest cities in central Vietnam, it’s no question that there are plenty of restaurants and cuisine to try in Da nang. Since my first visit in 2016, Da nang has transformed from a city in development to a full fledged metropolis […]

  • Da nang to Hue: take the fast or scenic route

    This is post 22 of 25 in the series “Vietnam” Da nang to Hue is a popular route for many and for good reasons. Hue was the capital of the last dynasty in Vietnam while Da nang is the largest city in central Vietnam and is also home to an international airport. There are many […]

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    Vietnam itinerary: 2 weeks suggestions

    This is post 20 of 25 in the series “Vietnam” Vietnam has become a popular country to visit, whether you are on a backpacker budget or for luxury travels. When it comes to an itinerary, it can be difficult to choose between all that the country has to offer. I have travelled to Vietnam three […]

  • Glaming in Vietnam: a stay at Lak Tented Camp

    Last updated on July 20th, 2018 at 09:45 am This is post 17 of 25 in the series “Vietnam” Glamping isn’t the first thing that pops into people’s mind when they visit Vietnam, neither is the Dak Lak region. Discovered through the Glamping Hub, I had such a wonderful time at Lak Tented Camp that […]

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    Ninh Binh Tour: a 2.5 day DIY itinerary

    Last updated on July 16th, 2019 at 09:19 am This is post 16 of 25 in the series “Vietnam” Ninh Binh is known as Halong Bay on land, with the same beautiful karst mountains dotted between rivers and rice paddies. Only two hours south of Hanoi, it makes a perfect day trip but to really […]

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