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Top 5 tips to low-budget travel in Vietnam
Are you planning the vacation for your family to Vietnam this year? However you have not still given your decision because of so many reasons. Of course, budget is one of trouble you can not forget in your mind. To clear this trouble, I have some tips for you to get the good trip but save money for your vacation in Vietnam. 1. Travel during low season If you are smart travelers, you should find information of low season at destinations, you can save so much money. Such as: accommodation, f ...
8 interesting things to do in Siem Reap besides temples
Siem Reap is best known as the gateway to Angkor Wat and the rest of the Angkor Ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The UNESCO site includes not just the temples but also hydraulic structures, canals, and reservoirs that together make up close to 400 sq km in what is arguably one the most important archeological sites in Southeast Asia. There's more to your visit in Siem Reap than Angkor Wat. Given the extent and breadth of the Angkor ruins and their importance to the former Khmer Kin ...
6 useful tips on how to survive a night of drinking in South Korea
Thirsty for a genuine ‘taste’ of South Korea? Alcohol takes up a decent percentage of it by volume! Here’s six tips to help you through a night of drinking in the Land of the Morning Calm. South Koreans drink more than the British, Russians and Americans combined, says a new report out of Europe. Of the 44 countries studied, South Korea consumed more spirits per capita (excluding alcohol like beer or wine) by a large margin — almost 14 ounces per week. Russians were the second hardest ...
Hong Kong transport guide
Travel blogger Brendan Lee shows you how to explore this city on the transit system that helps keep its population of more than 7 million people moving. Love it or hate it, there’s one thing you can’t deny about Hong Kong: the place is happening. On this tiny little island, you’ll be sure to find world-class food, shopping, nightlife, more food, more shopping, and bustling streets every hour of every day. But with so much to see and do, one of your challenges is going to be figuring out ...
Around KIX – An architectural masterpieces of Japan
Start counting at your very first steps at Kansai International Airport – one of the largest airport investments in the world. They leveled 3 mountains and used thousands of tons of concrete to build an artificial island in the middle of Osaka Bay. The airport is renowned for its high-end service. It has more interesting things to explore than the fact that no one has lost their luggage at KIX since it was opened 21 years ago. *KIX: Kansai International Airport Text and photos: Cac Truc ...
10 gorgeous places to see autumn leaves (Momiji – fall foliage) in Kyoto
Coming to Kyoto in the fall, you can easily be caught red color everywhere. From the majestic mountains to the sacred temples inside the city. Kyoto is the "spirit party" for international visitors when they come here. In Kyoto, the leaves began to change color from October. But the most brilliant is around mid-November. However, until mid-December, if visiting Kyoto, you can still leisurely to admire the red leaves ! Kyoto autumn is one of the charms of Japan. Here we pick the list of 10 ...
10 travel etiquette tips you need to know when coming to Japan
It is very important to get to know the basic manners of Japanese culture, especially when it is the first time you visit this country, and also to avoid falling into awkward situations. Here are 10 Japanese etiquette do and don't that you need to know before taking a trip to the land of cherry blossoms. 1. Take off your shoes at the door This is the basic manner that exists not only in Japan but also in many parts of the world. As soon as entering a Japanese house, take off ...
9 things to do and see in Kyoto you can’t miss
Kyoto is the capital of Japan during the 1000 years; Kyoto fills glory of the past. Besides a place is recognized as world cultural heritage by UNESCO, this ancient capital region also boasts features such as a culture town and unique cuisine. Kyoto attracts tourists by ancient color with temple architecture characterized Japan as well as modern breath is expressed through the bars and coffee shops. Let’s buffalotrip.com to discover some things to do and see in Kyoto that make sure you ...
10 tourist attractions you should not miss when traveling to Sukhumvit in Bangkok
Sukhumvit is one of the longest streets of Bangkok with a lot of fun activities, commercial centers, and entertainment venues. Therefore, that’s chosen’s many foreigners and tourists when having a trip to Bangkok. Here's one of the interesting tourist attractions that Sukhumvit divui.com synthesized. In case you are traveling Bangkok by yourself, with family or want to discover a new destination, refer to get some useful information and you will know some things to do in Sukhumvit so tha ...
9 useful tips you should know before backpacking Vietnam
With striking landscapes, large stretches of lovely coastline, intriguing cities and excellent food, it’s no wonder the number of tourists in Vietnam has more than doubled in the last decade or so. The country is changing at lightning speed, and with roads being improved, comfortable long-distance buses and a decent train network, it’s easy to get from top to bottom – or vice-versa – of this long country in a short space of time. Here are our top tips to help on your trip backpacking ...
11 of the best pieces of advice you should know before climbing Sigiriya rock in Sri Lanka
Thought of giving you some advice as person who have climbed Sigiriya several times, before you gonna climb Sigiriya. Here you'll find everything you need to know about climbing Sigiriya. Sigiriya Entrance Grab drink and a snack,because this gonna take a while. Ready? Here you go! 1. 'A must visit' in Sri Lanka Sigiriya is a palace and a fortress built on a 600 feet tall column of rock in 477 AD ,by King Kashaypa. The citadel itself must be magnificent, as it holds p ...
Everything you should know about Shinkansen (Japanese Bullet Train)
Surely one of Japan’s most iconic images is an impossibly fast bullet train (or “shinkansen”) speeding past snow-capped Mount Fuji – you know the photo. Clichéed as it is, it captures that most Japanese of phenomena, the seamless blending of the ancient and the modern. Beautiful views aside, the bullet train really is one of those must-do Japanese experiences. It can feel a bit daunting to try and figure out how to use it, but don’t worry – we’ve got a few tips on how to get th ...
8 wonderful things you should know about Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden in Tokyo
Just a 10 minutes’ walk from the Shinjuku station, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a true natural oasis amid of the hubbub of the metropolis. It features three themed gardens, the English Landscape, the French Formal, and the Japanese Landscape. The park is much loved by tourists and locals alike for a lovely, relaxing day out. Read more Tokyo travel guide at here and Japan travel guide at here. What is Shinjuku Gyoen? Shinjuku Gyoen, a beautiful oasis amid the bustle of ...
Some tips for ethical photography in Vietnam
When travelling, photography helps us capture the sense of the places and the people and gather memories. However, due to the lack of awareness, some of the photography enthusiasts actually do more harm than good to the local people and nature and wildlife in pursuit of the perfect shot. All you need is a thorough knowledge of the place and people to show respectful towards community and nature and intolerant of unethical photography practices. With community 1. Show respect The photogr ...
4 tips to maximize your Ha Long experience
Price, weather, activities and someone to believe are essential for guaranteed fun in Halong Bay. Halong Bay, the god-bestowed gem in the Tonkin Gulf, is the destination of choice for every tourist aware of Vietnam’s beauty. But not everything is at your command even when you're a seasoned traveler, and remember that preparation is the best way to guarantee fun! Stay informed, financially The most popular way to experience Halong Bay is an overnight cruise. A luxury experi ...
6 secret places to view and video the Shibuya scramble crossing
Serving as the symbol of Shibuya is the world's famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing. This time, we will introduce 6 photo spots to take of the Shibuya Crossing. Why not walk through the crossing, and then visit one of these places to take the greatest photos? Shibuya Scramble Crossing The Shibuya Scramble Crossing is an intersection located outside the Shibuya Station (3 million people a day use the Shibuya Station) that represents the city of Shibuya. 500,000 people cross this wo ...
9 things you should to know before go to Vietnam
Are you planning to visit Vietnam for the first time? There is no doubt a mix of feelings going to a country with significant cultural differences. You can get a little overwhelmed with a lot of pre-vacation reading. However, a little preparation prior to departure will take your stress level down to enjoy the trip fully. 1. Learn some basic phrases Spending time to learn some basic Vietnamese phrases before you set foot to Vietnam is definitely worth your attempt. Vietnamese people are ve ...
How to avoid the heat of Bangkok
Thailand is certainly feeling the heat this year, with last month seeing the longest heatwave in the country for 65 years. With Thailand weather heating up, we share the best ways to beat the heat in the capital, Bangkok. See more Bangkok travel guide at here. Many countries across Southeast Asia are feeling the heat creep up with the reappearance of El Nino. Thailand is certainly no exception with temperatures reaching 42°C and over 70% humidity. Last month, many visitors could escape ...
Some tips and guide for buying souvenirs in Vietnam
No matter where you travel to in Vietnam, a keen sense of adventure follows you everywhere you go. Whether you are crossing the road in Hanoi, joining on a culinary adventure in Hoi An, or even shopping in the busy market and being enchanted by all the beautiful souvenirs. It’s full of the unexpected but we can be certain about one thing: you won’t return home without stock up on souvenirs to bring back home. Don’t worry, we got you covered. This 2 part series will take you ...
11 best Mai Chau travel tips
Few days ago we made 2-days trip to Mai Chau. It is a small town in the Northwest Vietnam, only 3-4 hours driving from Hanoi. Everybody who has been there says that it’s one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam. If you want to see stirring rice fields, tranquil scenes and the real everyday life of Vietnamese people, Mai Chau is definately a place you should go. We were enchanted by its charm. It is so different than hectic and busy Hanoi. Mai Chau is a place where you can rela ...
The art of shopping & bargaining in Vietnam
While Ho Chi Minh City has it’s share of shopping malls plying Guess handbags and froyo in air conditioned comfort, shopping at one of the local markets can give one a better sense of the city’s cultural, social and culinary heartbeat. These markets, mainly ones tailored to tourists offer a wide range of affordable clothing, souvenirs and handicrafts. However, finding the right price can seem elusive as price tags are non-existent in such markets as the famous Ben Thanh Market. This is w ...
Tips for renting or buying the right motorbike in Vietnam
Are you planning on buying or renting a motorbike in Vietnam? If yes, the first question you should (seriously) ask yourself is whether you can drive well. You have probably noticed that few rules apply when it comes to traffic in Vietnam. You should always be extremely reactive and able to anticipate changes, either because of a pothole on the road or a driver suddenly switching lanes without warning. Accidents are very common - I witness one at least once a week in Saigon. Do not make t ...
Top 5 tips to rent a motorbike in Vietnam
Renting a motorbike is a great opportunity to get off the beaten track and discover Vietnam on your own. That is if you are able to deal with the manic traffic and less than stringent road rules. There are many places in tourist areas such as Pham Ngu Lao in Ho Chi Minh City and the Old Quarter in Hanoi that rent bikes to foreigners. You will need to fill out a form to rent the bike along with leaving your passport as a deposit and most places offer a selection of manual shift and automatic s ...
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