It’s impossible to avoid the craze surrounding coffee in Vietnam no matter you are passing through. Although Vietnam trails Brazil as the second largest exporter of coffee in the world, their own rate of consumption is well above average. Coffee in Vietnam is not simply a caffeinenated beverage. Residents are genuinely serious about their brew
Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is not just a body of water stretching 4,350 kilometers. It’s the primary source of life for many residents in southern Vietnam. Compared to the relentless fast pace of Ho Chi Minh City, life on the water slows down with a refreshing gentle sway. Photo Credit: Hamzy Selamat If you’re a traveler
Hanoi was declared the official capital of Vietnam after the country reunified back in 1976. Today, it is hot on the tourist trail in Southeast Asia. Navigating a dense and claustrophobic city like Hanoi is not for the fainthearted, and every traveler needs some form of Hanoi guide to get the most out of their
The Independence Palace, also referred to as Reunification Palace, is located at 35 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street in District 1. This destination used to be home southern Vietnam’s military and government officials. Explore the four floors of this building and fiind secret underground bunkers, presidential party rooms, and a stunning rooftop view overlooking the palace
Chinatown in Vietnam is a must-see destination slowly scribbling its way into the itineraries of world travelers. Aside from the standard attractions, Chinatown’s Thien Hau Pagoda should not missed. The Thien Hau pagoda is a historical and cultural site built in the 19th century in homage to the goddess Thien Hau. Any proper full-day tour
Ho Chi Minh City is a large place with many things to do, but most people do not ever venture further out from District one. However, there they are missing so much just outside the usual areas of the downtown district. You do not have to venture far to see some unseen things this city
Ho Chi Minh City serves as a major travel hub within Vietnam. In 2018 alone, HCMC welcomed a record-breaking seven million foreign travelers through their gates. Ho Chi Minh City is often described as chaotic and crowded…and it is. Needless to say, it can be difficult to navigate the city if you don’t have much experience.