hoi an, phan rang
Who knew driving two hours from Saigon could make you end up spending the weekend with sheep and turkeys in a beautiful garden, surrounded by rice fields ?
For such a bustling city, Ho Chi Minh is surprisingly baby friendly ! So if you’re around and don’t know what to do with your tribe, here are some ideas of things to do with kids in Ho Chi Minh -Thao Dien neighbourhood, precisely.
Living in such a big city as Ho Chi Minh can be overwhelming sometimes -an escape in the countryside is always welcome! And not any escape, this time. We hoped on a speedboat destination the mythical, legendary Mekong Delta. Ready for a wild journey?
Since rooftops and cool restaurants has become a standard, it was good to try something new for a change. The cruise includes a delicious local dinner in a luxury atmosphere, far away from the metropolis’s bustle. You’ll forget the traffic, you’ll forget the crowds, you’ll even forget the heat !
Ho Chi Minh is much more than a city full of motorbikes -even though YES, they are everywhere! There’s a lot to discover and to explore, such as traditional markets, street food, history, arty cafes, river cruises and arts and crafts shops…
If you dig a little bit in Phu Quoc, you’ll discover idyllic places and feel like you’re the luckiest person being on this piece of heaven…
The Vinh Hy-Binh Tien Pass is ranked at one of Vietnam's best scenic motorbike rides. You could think it would make it so popular it would be crowded, but not at all...
Because when you can't travel, you can always dream about traveling... or plan your next trip! Enjoy the journey.
Among other things, Hoi An is known for its preserved historic houses, its strong history and its delicious Cau lầo -of course, there is food involved, it's Vietnam we're talking about! There's a lot to explore and it can sometimes be a hassle to figure where to start, so I've put together the best things to do in Hoi An to help you plan your trip.