Of beautiful beaches and coastal fringes… Image via Pixabay by TheDigitalArtist 2018 heralds in a new year – new hopes, new beginnings, and a fresh start to travel. The sun, sea, and sand – don’t these three S’s convey a postcard-perfect picture in front of you? Well, if you’re thinking of holidaying in style, we bring to you some of the most attractive coastline destinations … Continue reading Top 5 Coastline Destinations You Must Visit by 2018!
A comprehensicve guide to the “Floating Markets of Southeast Asia” that helps you spot good eats, shops and tours on a boat. Continue reading Southeast Asia Floating Market Guide
A deep-dive into the historic sites of Vietnam and the heart-warming stories associated with them… Continue reading 10 Unbelievable Historic Sites You Never Knew Existed in Vietnam
Planning a trip to Vietnam, but can’t understand where to begin? Maybe this guide can help you plan better… Continue reading How To Cover 6 Cities in 10 Days: Vietnam City-Mapping
Of weird food and a hidden message… From honey bees and frogs to blood cubes and eyes, I’ve had them all. Well, not yet. The best is yet to come. Here’s a run-down of some of the most bizarre foods in Southeast Asia. Would you dare to try?… Although it may not sound bizarre to the people residing in SE Asia, it could make … Continue reading Southeast Asia’s 7 Most Bizarre Foods: How Far Can You Go?
Cruising our way through paradise… Halong Bay, known as one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature, happens to be a World Heritage Site since 1994. This Bay of Descending Dragons (Ha Long) in the Quang Ninh Province of Vietnam is full of limestone rock formations of different shapes and sizes, small islands and a few caves. Based on our 24-hour experience at Halong Bay, … Continue reading Halong Bay Cruise: 24 Hours amidst Limestone Rocks
Handy tips and tricks… [+visa discount] Planning a trip to Vietnam? Here are some handy tips and tricks, and all that you need to know to keep your travel woes at bay. Documents: Having the required documentation in place is a necessity. Besides a valid passport, you need to get your pre-approved letter before-hand, from an agency, and carry its print-out, in order to get … Continue reading Vietnam Guide: 20 Travel Tips to Plan Your Vacation
Of lanterns, old houses and ‘visa discount’ Hoi An is a sweet little town known for its traditional flavour of Vietnam. It houses the famous old port of the glorious Cham Kingdom, where most of the spice trading took place. International trading and exchange around the 15-19th centuries accounted for the concoction of influences derived from various countries and cultures. Once a lively port and … Continue reading Vietnam Travel Guide: Exploring the Ancient Town of Hoi An