Twenty-four hours are simply not enough to experience the best of Hanoi, but I understand what it is like to travel under time and budget constraints. With that in mind, and based on my travels, I’ve came up with an awesome itinerary for you to experience the best of what the city has to offer [...]
When a museum is good, it’s very, very good, but when it’s bad, it’s horrible.
If you’re on holiday from work, then you don’t really have time to spend weeks in any one spot. Every stop is a whirlwind of tours and new places to visit, and usually there are dozens of equally interesting things competing for both your attention and your money. Hoi An is no different. It’s chock-full of things to do, so here are our recommendations if you have 48 hours to spend in this lovely city.
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Once shielded from the outside world, Vietnam is now drawing tourists away from other Southeast Asian nations in droves.
Ho Chi Minh City‘s neighbourhoods were shaped by the colonial period
Vietnam’s economic hub Saigon is a magnetic city.
Ho Chi Minh City is an overwhelming place, and not just because of the traffic.
Famous for all the wrong reasons, Ho Chi Minh City’s District 4 was once a mafia hotspot in the ’80s and ’90s ruled by notorious crime boss Nam Cam.
Too many tourists think they can see enough of the Mekong Delta on a brief day-trip out of Ho Chi Minh City.
Ho Chi Minh City is the vibrant and dynamic economic hub of Vietnam. It’s very international and modern compared to its sister cities, however plenty of old colonial structures remain, adding a beautiful contrast to the every day life of its residents.