Tag Archives: Hoi An

The reasons why come to Viet nam

Known with many famous tourist sites with natural beauties, tranquil villages, ancient pagodas, beautiful lakes, Vietnam has been a popular tourist destination in the world. Not convinced as yet? Here are the top reasons why Vietnam should be your next … Continue reading

Hoi An Is Voted Top 10 Asian Destinations For Tourists

Hoi An ancient town, in central Viet Nam, has been named for the first time as one of the ten leading tourism cities in Asia, according to Condé Nast Traveler, the world’s premier travel magazine. This is part of the … Continue reading

7 Destinations For Toursits In Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has an abundance of diverse countries for all types of travelers. You may think only backpackers visit Southeast Asia, but that’s just not the case. You can make a trip to this region on a budget or easily … Continue reading

Vietnam Aims To Develop Coastal Tourism By 2030

The Government aims to develop the country’s coastal tourism sector into one of the top in the region by 2030, rivalling sea and coastal tourism in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Coastal localities are already implementing the national tourism development strategy … Continue reading

Experiences Of A Woman When She Traveled Through Vietnam By Motorbike

A journey through the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam is a thrilling experience, as Herald reporter Rosa Studholme found out when she travelled there last month. Golden beaches come into view as we reach the peak of Hai Van Pass, … Continue reading

Visiting Hoi An Actient Town In Late Spring

As the storm blows off the coast, the cold winds have returned to Hoi An’s almost-ancient streets. Luckily, at noon it is still sunny the new spring’s natural colors wake up this dreamy place with magic energy. It’s as though … Continue reading

Traveling Through Vietnam’s Central Coastal Provinces By Bicycle

Biking through Vietnam’s central coastal provinces on backroads is an interesting way to explore beautiful landscapes and traditional life during the summer holidays. It’s a fascinating and enjoyable tour programme, which allows tourists to free themselves from crowds and traffic … Continue reading

Visiting Thu Bon River In Quang Nam Province

On its way to the sea, the Thu Bon River not only carries tonnes of silt to the fertile land in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam, but also contributes to creating many cultural heritage sites like My Son Sanctuary and … Continue reading

Embracing adventure in Vietnam

 I clung white-knuckled to the back of my friend’s motorbike as the two of us zipped around the streets of Hanoi. We buzzed past a man sitting in a barber’s chair on the sidewalk of a main road. The man … Continue reading

A challenge in Vietnam – Crossing the street

“Just go,” said a Canadian friend of mine, who moved to Vietnam about a year ago. “They will go around you.” Go around you? You must be mad, I thought, as I stand on the edge of the sidewalk inHanoi’s … Continue reading