If you’re traveling the central coast region of Vietnam, there are a few must visit sites to explore. Da Nang City- the country’s biggest up and coming tourist destination, the wildly popular ancient town of Hoi An, the ancient religious capital of the Cham Kingdom (My Son Sanctuary)... Read more >>
When planning a vacation abroad, there are endless things that can come to mind… however, two crucial things stand out when it comes to Vietnam travel: weather and activities. Not many people want to spend their tropical holiday indoors or under a raincoat for the entire time… and... Read more >>
Most people around the world know the recent history between Vietnam and America. Vietnam was a war torn nation from 1955 to 1975, and America is the country most associated with the conflict. With that in mind, many Americans are a bit wary to make Vietnam their next holiday destination. One of... Read more >>
Gone are the days of a war torn country. While Vietnam was once associated with turbulent times and domestic division, the coastal nation now enjoys a massive influx in tourism (and constantly rising), superb economic growth and a peaceful homeland. Why Travel to Vietnam? Because it is becoming... Read more >>
In Southeast Asia, Thailand is thought to be one of the very best places to shop, because there are so many malls, department stores, and independently owned shops. Add to that street vendors in the thousands and the glorious night bazaars, and you have a shopping experience that is second to... Read more >>
The best time to visit Cambodia is right now. People often think of far-away lands as having extreme weather at certain times of the year, but the fact is that Cambodia has a fairly simple weather system that makes year-round travel very possible. In Cambodia, you will find two seasons. In... Read more >>
You’re looking for something different this time around, bored with sitting around on beaches, and looking for something to enrich your mind and satisfy your soul. You’ve been considering an Asian tour, and wondering where to begin.The TempleBegin with the Angkor Wat temple.... Read more >>
If you’ve never been to Vietnam before, you’re in for a treat. Perhaps you’re of Asian extraction and looking to explore your roots, or maybe you’re a world-weary traveler who imagines that you’ve seen everything that there is to be seen. Either way, you need to... Read more >>
Posted on February 10, 2014 by thaonguyen
in Why Travel to Vietnam?
tagged Vietnam War
Perhaps you’re a military history buff. Or your father or grandfather served in Vietnam. Maybe you did. Or you’ve heard about people who have served, and then gone back to visit, and you might have wondered why they’d want to. The answers are as many and varied as the people... Read more >>
Posted on February 10, 2014 by blog1
in Why Travel to Vietnam?
tagged Hai Van Pass
Ask anyone. Whether it’s a recent rider or Jeremy Clarkson from the BBC’s Top Gear, and they will both agree that Vietnam’s Hai Van Pass is “one of the best coastal roads in the world.” The question is, does a single 21-kilometer stretch of mountain pass warrant a... Read more >>