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    Vietnam itinerary: 2 weeks suggestions

    This is post 20 of 20 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 […]

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    Saigon Foodie Guide: of Vespa and Pizza

    This is post 19 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” Although I didn’t manage to discover as many amazing food spots in Ho Chi Minh City as I did in Hanoi, there are nonetheless more than I could include in a single post on what to see in Saigon as a first timer. Here is […]

  • Glaming in Vietnam: a stay at Lak Tented Camp

    This is post 17 of 20 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 it surprise me not many people know about this […]

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    Ninh Binh Tour: a 2.5 day DIY itinerary

    This is post 16 of 20 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 see everything, you are definitely going to need more […]

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    Southern Vietnam Itinerary with a Vietnamese Wine Twist

    This is post 15 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” Southern Vietnam has been visited by millions of people, with cities such as Saigon, Mui Ne, Dalat being a favourite among travellers. But did you know that there are wineries in this region? That’s right, you can combine your southern Vietnam trip with Vietnamese wine! […]

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    Places to visit in Hanoi for First timers

    This is post 13 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” As the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is a vibrant city and an important one throughout the history of Vietnam. With chaotic traffic, Chinese communal houses and beautiful French colonial building, there is much to love about Hanoi and much to see. >If you are looking […]

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    Hanoi Food Guide: let’s eat, cook, chill

    This is post 12 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” Hanoi is a foodie’s paradise. While I am no stranger to Vietnamese cuisine, having visited Hue, Danang, and Hoi An before, I still found many foods that I hadn’t try before. Plus many amazing restaurants and food experience to boot. Having spent about a week […]

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    A 72 hours guide to Danang, Vietnam

    This is post 10 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” Danang is the third largest city in Vietnam. Even though it is not as famous Ho Chi Minh City or Ha Noi, it has some of the most beautiful beaches and cheapest street food I’ve ever seen. What city is the less developed, its affordability and the proximity […]

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    The Ultimate Guide to Hoi An Old Town

    This is post 9 of 20 in the series “Vietnam” Hoi An is THE most popular city in Central Vietnam, and once you’ve visited, you will understand why people flock to visit this tiny coastal town. With stunning architecture that holds a mixture of Chinese, European and Japanese influence, it used to be the center […]

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