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What to know about etiquette & customs in Vietnam
If you’re travelling to Vietnam for the first time, gaining a knowledge of local customs and etiquette will go a long way to help you avoid any embarrassing situations where you may inadvertently cause offence, or worse, get into serious trouble! Vietnamese people are very proud of their culture and heritage, and this is displayed in the subtle social conventions and customs you’ll encounter. We’ve spoken to some of the best travel bloggers for their top tips and created a h ...
5 reasons why you should have a trip in Thailand
Every year, Thailand welcomes millions tourists around the world, in which many tourists travelled in Thailand many times but they still come back. So why do Thailand attract tourists like that? Should we travel to Thailand? Should we travel to Thailand? The below reasons make you have a travelling to Thailand immediately. See more Thailand travel guide at here. Unique, various and abundant culture The first reason to travel in Thailand in 2016 is a unique, various and attracti ...
7 interesting things that foreign tourists can only see in Vietnam
Happy Lifestyle Journal recently collects the shares of foreign tourists about the reasons why Vietnam is really a wonderful destination. See more Vietnam travel guide at here. 1. Fascinating beautiful landscapes Ha Long bay Hoi An old quarter Vietnam has wonders granted world heritage such as Ha long bay, Cu Cham islands, Phong Nha- Ke Bang cave and Hoi An old quarters. The attractive beauty of the wonders will bring surprise and passion when travelling to the small ...
Mui Ne, Vietnam essential guide by Matt Hilton
Mui Ne, Binh Thuan provine, Vietnam. Photo by: weibo.com/wangshihu Located at the southern end of Vietnam’s enchanting eastern coastline, Mui Ne is the last coastal outpost before the chaos of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Sitting modestly just four hours outside of the hustle and bustle, Mui Ne is without doubt the angel on the shoulder of Saigon. Laid back vibes pour from the heart of Mui Ne as it boasts the capacity to offer a little something for everyone. Backpackers travel i ...
10 reasons to go backpacking in Southeast Asia
Ask most people who’ve been bitten by the travel bug the age-old question, “Where to next?” and they’ll probably have a confident reply ready. Unless they haven’t sealed the deal and booked the ticket quite yet, in which case the answer could be an extensive bucket list – one which, like a daily to-do list, keeps chopping and changing as our priorities shift through the evolving cycle of this funny old thing we call life. Yet as much as we all love to disco ...
Notes on Phu Quoc Island – Southeast Asia’s next big thing
Phu Quoc is an island of Vietnam in the deep south of the country, off the coast of Cambodia. I had never heard of it until I came to Vietnam, and having been in Vietnam for much of the past two years I’ve since heard varying opinions about it. For my first visit I combined a Mekong Delta trip, making my way through the Delta to Rach Gia for the ferry to Phu Quoc, and then got a flight back to Saigon. I figured three days would be enough time to visit. Turns out I was wrong. The island ...
Cu Lao Cham Island essential travel guide
Photo: Lang Du Cu Lao Cham Island is one of the most well-known attractions in Hoi An. The island possesses wonderful beaches and diverse undersea world. It attracts tourists not just by pristine and untouched beauty, but also the hospitality of locals. Photo: Wujian Cu Lao Cham Island, one of most visited attractions in Hoi An, is well-known for long white beaches, turquoise waters, and delicious seafood. Cu Lao Cham Island is located in Tan Hiep, Hoi An, Quang Nam, about 15km ...
Some experiences you should definitely try when traveling Bagan
With the number of temples, monasteries and many cultural values, unique Buddhist belief, the former capital of Myanmar, Bagan always know how to conquer travelers. Situated on the banks of the Irrawaddy River in central Myanmar, Bagan is the ancient capital of the most flourishing kingdom of Bagan in 11-13 century. This is the best preserved sites of cultural value as Buddhist temples, stupas and monasteries. Myanmar’s former capital consists of three towns: Nyaung U, Old Ba ...
9 things to know before visiting temples in Myanmar
Myanmar (Burma) people are very religious and respect for religious works. Therefore, travelers should note some certain rules as to visit temples in the country. Take off your shoes when entering the temple area Normally, you would have to take off shoes and socks at the port, except for some places allowing to go into the temple. When Myanmar was a British colony, people were outraged when the British did not take off shoes when entering the temple area. We can say this custom ...
Luang Prabang: Why you should visit South-east Asia's best preserved city now
Twenty years after Unesco recognition, Luang Prabang’s star still shines. Go now before the superfast trains get there. 'The river snaked into the jungle, reminding me of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness' 'Don’t catch the speedboat to Luang Prabang from Huay Xai; they crash and people die.” These were travellers’ yarns, we’d thought – but the next day our speedboat did almost that, hitting a drifting tree trunk at 50mph, the long tail mot ...
29 signs you have been traveling Southeast Asia
South East Asia, it’s a funny old place. Exciting, addictive and beautiful – not unlike travel itself. There’s no question that part of Asia’s appeal is the fact it is poles apart from our Western world, a place where you can very quickly find yourself lost in a totally different lifestyle and way of thinking. Well, we travelettes are nothing if not adaptable and on my recent stint away exploring the mysterious East, it struck me there are more than a few habits and exper ...
The 21 reasons to fall in love with Vietnam
Vietnam should be on the top of everyone’s travel list. It’s that simple. With its dramatic landscapes, fascinating history, epic food and pulsating energy, Vietnam will electrify all of your senses and seize you from all angles. Vietnam is at once crazy and serene, thrilling and relaxing. There are endless reasons to hop on a flight to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City and travel down or up this amazing country by train, plane, bus or — the preferred method of transport — mot ...
Con Dao Islands travel guide
If you want to know how is peace, come to Con Dao Islands! Trying to come once to Con Dao Islands, you will feel peaceful and tranquil beauty here. At the end of afternoon, taking bicycle and riding around along the coast, watching the sunset is enough to make you satisfied. See more Con Dao Islands travel guide at here. 1. Time to visit The appropriate time for you to explore Con Dao Islands is from April to September every year. At this period of time the weather is stabl ...
Aboriginal peoples experience disclosure required when traveling in Singapore
The island population of lions disclose locations for travelers pocket, like Hainanese chicken rice where the most delicious, most cheaper shopping areas, night zoo located? Botanic Gardens is a haven of many trees and hundreds of flowers colors. Gardens are open daily free from 5am to midnight. Tiong Bahru as many visitors neighborhood favorite with many shops, boutiques, bars decorative eye. Do not forget to enjoy the local cuisine in an outdoor dining area. From spi ...
Travel to Ly Son Island on the budget
Ly Son Island (also name Cu Lao Re) is a part of the city of Quang Ngai. The island was formed based on the volcano eruptions that had happened 25-30 million years ago. The aftermath of the eruptions can still be seen. When in Ly Son, travelers will get the chance to observe to amazing natural scenery and especially the deep blue seaside next to the pearly-white beach sand. The waves are calm. The water itself is so pure that you can see the bottom of the ocean, even when you are a long d ...
7 surprises when living in Singapore
Almost everyone knows English, safety, cultural diversity, the cost of living is expensive ... the things that make the newcomers living in Singapore surprise. Everyone speaks English Whether an Asian country, English is the common language in Singapore, making the lives of foreigners when they arrived here a lot easier. Most of them can speak this international language. Signs, road signs are in English. Photo: Eps Safety at any time of the day In Singapore, you can let child ...
The 15 things everybody learns backpacking in Southeast Asia
From psychedelic milkshakes to overloaded tuk-tuks, there are some things everybody comes across when backpacking in Southeast Asia. Whether you spent the brunt of your time beaching, boozing, motorcycling, meditating or trying to see it all – here are 15 things you likely learned. 1. Getting from A to B is surprisingly fun All-night bus rides with bad action movies on loop, clutching the waist of a scooter driver as he weaves through Ho Chi Minh City traffic, or buying a vintage ...
Let's come to the Mekong Delta in the floating season
While the days of September bring Hanoi the cold autumn breezes, the Mekong Delta river region has prolonged rains. Rains spread across everywhere and the floating season comes back this land. Travelling the Mekong Delta, at this time, tourists can enjoy distinguished beauty here. So where should we go in floating season? Let’s discover it! 1. Tra Su cajuput forest - a green party © Vincent One of top attractions that tourists often choose when they come to the Mekong Del ...
Behavioral culture while traveling Thailand
When traveling Thailand, you absolutely can not take actions encouragements or have joking attitudes when talking about the King and the Thailand Royal. Chiang Mai Thailand is the country strong development on tourism and everyday Thailand can attract tourists from around the world. Thailand is also quite modern but also many traditions that you should note. Thailand is an attractive destination for tourists from around the world. Greeting and thanks ceremonial of Thailand ...
The reasons why you should travel Phu Quoc one time
Fringed with white-sand beaches and with large tracts still cloaked in dense, tropical jungle, Phu Quoc rapidly morphed from a sleepy island backwater to a must-visit beach escape for Western expats and sun-seeking tourists. Beyond the resorts lining Long Beach, it’s still largely undeveloped, so there's ample room for exploration and escaping. Dive the reefs, kayak in the bays, eat up the back-road miles on a motorbike, or just live the life of a lotus eater by lounging on the beach, ...
Common questions when visiting to Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc is a beautiful archipelago located deeply in the Gulf of Thailand, Kien Giang Province. In the southern coast of the country, Phu Quoc Island (Jade Island) - the largest island of Vietnam, which is also the largest of 22 islands at here. Crystal clear water, peaceful streams and unique variety of seafood are great advantages of Phu Quoc. See more Phu Quoc Island travel guide at here. In the southern coast of the country, Phu Quoc Island is one of the attractions and amazi ...
8 things people hate about Bangkok
So you hate Bangkok? You think it’s too hot, overcrowded - just a concrete jungle paralysed by endless traffic jams. So then, why does the Thai capital remain one of the most visited cities in the world and loved by so many? Bangkok is a city that divides opinion to the extreme. Some enjoy it so much that they end up extending their stay here indefinitely, whilst others run for the nearest bus, train or plane, making a beeline for the beach as soon as possible. Here we take a light hear ...
12 life lessons you can learn from crossing the street in Vietnam
In cities like Hanoi or Saigon where pedestrian crossings are merely something to speed over, stoplights are practically non-existent, one-way streets are laughed at, and thousands of motorbikes speed past without stopping, crossing the street can be an intense experience. The question, "how did the tourist cross the road" is not a joke, it's a real query from most visitors to Vietnam. To make it to the other side, you need to be brave, focused, and a risk-taker—just like in ...
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