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Newsletter 20 Dec – Indochina Pioneer’s updates

Dear our beloved clients, Season Greetings from Indochina Pioneer team! Well, we believe that you’re now enjoying your Xmas shopping and having fun with your family. We Indochina Pioneer team in Hanoi are also busy preparing the best for our … Continue reading

Homestay in Ta Van – An experience not to be missed when visiting Sapa

Located in Sapa district, Lao Cai province, just 8 km away from Sapa town, Ta Van is a small village nestled between two mountain ranges, Hoang Lien Son and Ham Rong. It is surrounded by rice field terraces, often right … Continue reading

The tear of a dedicated policeman on his last shift

As usual, on October 31, the Senior Lieutenant Colonel – Le Duc Doan prepared to start his working shift. But that was special because it was his last working shift in the position of a traffic policeman before retiring. Mr. … Continue reading

Delicious Tastes With Fish Treats In Saigon

Take a sweet tasting fish, add some sour and bitter herbs, and presto, you have lẩu cá kèo (spiny goby hot pot) Herbs and vegetables served alongside lẩu cá kèo: split water spinach, water mimosa, and rau đắng Go around … Continue reading

Vietnam And France Organized An Exhibition About Vietnamese Dragon

Vietnam’s National History Museum will work alongside the Guimet Museum of Asian art to hold an exhibition on the Vietnamese dragon at the Parisian museum. An agreement to this effect was signed during a visit to Paris by representatives from … 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

Useful tips when traveling in Vietnam

Heading off to Vietnam, I really had no idea what to expect. I had browsed a guidebook or two and spent some time reading about Sherry Ott’s experience of living in Vietnam, but like any destination, you have to really … Continue reading

13 top-flight offenders and how you can avoid becoming one.

With overcrowding, sky-high fares and lack of comfort, air travel is quickly becoming the least favourite mode of getting from point A to point B. Add passenger inconsideration and rudeness into the travel mix, and we’re no longer flying the … Continue reading

Visiting But Thap Pagoda In Bac Ninh Province

But Thap pagoda is located in But Thap Hamlet, Dinh To Commune, Thuan Thanh District in Bac Ninh Province, about 30 kilometers from Hanoi. This is a destination for tourists who like to enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere and ancient scenery … Continue reading

Discover Thai Culture In Pe Luong Village, Dien Bien Province

Homestay tourism in Pe Luong Village, Thanh Luong Commune, Dien Bien District, Dien Bien Province is exciting for tourists to discover spectacular Northwestern scenery and specific Thai cultural characteristics.  Pe Luong has the area of 25ha, about 20km to the … Continue reading