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Vietnam is one of the most popular countries in SE Asia visited by the backpackers across the world, but it still isn’t the country that people go visiting back like its neighbor Thailand, which converts many of its visitors to permanent fans that end up going there back and forth. While Vietnam clicks with most people, it’s a shame that still many aren’t aware how gorgeous this country is! Maybe they didn’t know a few things…

Vietnam, one of the most popular countries on the list of every traveler in SE Asia is slowly catching up with Indian travelers. Vietnam Visa for Indians is not only very easy, you can get everything online. Here’s how to get Vietnam Visa on arrival for Indians as well as eVisa for Vietnam for Indians! Vietnam Visa For Indians – All You Need To Know There are two ways of getting a Vietnam Visa for…

What to do in Ho Chi Minh? Or Saigon, as the place is popularly known? Well, being the biggest and the most popular city in South Vietnam, Saigon could be your last or the first city for most of us traveling to Vietnam. Mine was first, and it was a mixed bag of experiences in this city. I got introduced to Vietnam in little pieces of everything. I checked on things to do in Ho…

Vietnam – The most visited country in SE Asia after Thailand probably. Every backpacker’s haven, foodie’s delight and a nature lover’s paradise. Once you visit Vietnam, you’ll realise that these adjectives that describe Vietnam’s essence are absolutely true. In this post, I’ll let you know what to do in Vietnam – It includes all the things to do in Vietnam. In this post, I have highlighted the summary of all the towns, which in turn…

During my Vietnam trip, there were storms one after the other, with floods hitting north-central regions of Vietnam. I was in the south, luckily having started my trip in Ho Chi Minh. I waited with prayers for the weather to clear. Because Hoi An was the town that I didn’t want to miss traveling at all. I got lucky and I did travel to Hoi An, and ended up staying for more than a week! So…

I was lucky on my trip to Vietnam, for I had escaped heavy storms, rain and floods on my journey from the south to North Vietnam. After spending a week in Hoi An, I headed to Phong Nha (Son Trach), the town in north-central Vietnam known for the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, home to the best caves of Vietnam. My luck streak ended here, as I could do nothing because the heavy downpour that continued…

After having a lot of fun, adventures and traveling in the south and central Vietnam, one of my first stops in the north was Tam Coc in Ninh Binh region of Vietnam. Despite being touristy, Tam Coc is unique because of its rural life, the rocky hills, the river and the lush greenery everywhere. I spent a good few days in Ninh Binh getting in touch with the countryside of Vietnam. I spent the first…

I started my journey in Vietnam from the south, and my plan was to follow a trail that I had let out all the way to the capital Hanoi. Saigon was my first stop. I got Vietanamised after spending a week in the city, where I got a peek at what the country was. It was time to move on, and I chose Mui Ne, which wasn’t something that I had thought of exploring, as…

First of all, let me tell you how the Hai Van Pass drive came on my radar during my travel in Vietnam. I love driving motorbikes. I hate the traffic and also cars, but I don’t mind them as long as I am perched on a motorbike. When I had to drop my initial thoughts of traveling entire Vietnam by renting or buying a bike, I opted for renting motorbikes in every place. I was…

‘I have had bad bus rides during my travels, but this is the worst bus ride I have ever had!’ frowned Jessica, the girl from Amsterdam next to me on the bus, headed from Mui Ne to Dalat on a rainy afternoon. I smiled listening to her exasperated rant about the drive, as our laggard driver rode the bus on a road that was similar to her mood. Even a seasoned traveler can be put off…

I had only seen the bright red murals, walls and series of dragons with many heads with intimidating large heads only in pictures, and its closely replicated forms in some Chinese restaurants that I had visited. But here I was, standing in front of one of the large dragons that flanked the stairs in Hue (pronounced Hu-way), Vietnam, and I was sure of only one thing – That these imperial characteristics looked beautiful in person,…