Hue

Hue – Imperial Vietnam Located on the brink of the Perfume River in the central area of the country, Hue is a mandatory destination for those interested in the Imperial history of Vietnam. A small, easy to walk downtown governed by a marvelous Citadel and Imperial City, and very nice surroundings where tombs from many […]

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Hoi An

Hoi An is one of the must-visit places any traveller that goes to Vietnam has in the plan. And we have to admit it, there are reasons for this. The Ancient town (a.k.a. as old town) is a unique example of a South East Asian trading Port from the 16th Century, with incredibly well preserved […]

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Hanoi

The Capital of Reunified Vietnam is one of a kind, a city that awakens all senses as you go through it showing what really lively streets are like. Some words that define Hanoi are street food, traffic, motorbikes, lake, organized chaos, water puppets, a bay and socialism. We can promise all of these things make […]

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Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)

Saigon, like the locals name it, is the largest city in Vietnam, and former capital of the French Colony known as Cochinchina and the Republic of (South) Vietnam. With a very vibrant life, a lot of remembrances of the French-dominance era and the war, a huge amount of tourism and not so chaotic streets (Compared […]

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Good Morning Vietnam

  Being a must in almost any first trip through South East Asia, and having so much to see and such a strong culture, Vietnam is a country from where you can´t leave without having a strong opinion about it. We found it impressive, annoying and enjoyable equally during our trip. Possibly related to the […]

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