While growing city skylines and scaling skyscrapers are popping up all over Vietnam’s cities, the true beauty of the country is still seen in the natural landscapes. From expansive caves to towering waterfalls, Vietnam truly demonstrates the power of Mother Nature.
Looking to tackle the most beautiful mountain roads in Vietnam? If you’re an experienced motorbike driver and have a trip planned for Vietnam, then there is no excuse not to gear up for the adventure of a lifetime as you drive your motorbike across the country’s best routes. Take a slow journey, enjoy your surroundings and give yourself ample time to stop and take it all in.
Hiking has been a popular activity worldwide for a long time, but in Vietnam, hiking has recently risen in popularity about ten years ago thanks to Vietnamese nature lovers and adventure seekers. According to many people, Vietnam is a lucky country with its climate especially suitable for those who want to sightsee and enhance their health.
There’s no denying that Taiwanese people love their food but in Taipei they take their obsession with mealtimes to another level. From eating food out of a mini-toilet to surrounding yourself in Hello Kitty kitsch, there’s a themed restaurant for everyone here in Taiwan’s capital.
Taipei is home to countless tourist attractions and museums, but with so many to see and many travelers only staying in the capital for a few short days, it is nearly impossible to visit them all. With that in mind here are some of the best museums in Taiwan‘s wonderful capital city.
Aside from its tallest building – Taipei 101, Taipei is not a city very well known for its iconic buildings. However, as any visitor to Taiwan’s capital will soon discover, Taipei’s cityscape is a wonder of architectural masterpieces, both new and old.
The Pearl Island of Phu Quoc is the most talked about, rapidly rising tourist destination in Vietnam. People visit to relax amongst the natural beauty of the island, visit interesting attractions, and revel in the increasingly wide array of top-notch resorts, restaurants and bars. For many, great cocktails are integral to that island vacation experience. And what better way to enjoy the best cocktails in Phu Quoc than with a gorgeous sunset as backdrop?
Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s largest island, and fast becoming the country’s premier beach destination. If you’re feeling adventurous, there are many hidden spots around the island, but we’ll stick to five beaches that are readily accessible and worthwhile.
Phu Quoc is a fantastic island for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday. The island is not as crowded as other coastal areas of Vietnam, which makes it an ideal getaway. Make a memorable trip in Phu Quoc and enjoy these luxury resorts.
Inle Lake is a must-see destination for those traveling through the country of Myanmar. The beautiful body of water provides visitors with many things to see and do, making it difficult to narrow down itineraries for those who can only spend 24 hours here. Fret not, as we are here with a guide on how to spend 24 hours in Inle Lake, Myanmar.
Bago is one of the richest archaeological sites in Myanmar. Apparently Mons were the first to settle at this site. Nowadays comprehensively overshadowed by Yangon, Bago is little more than a provincial market town on the highway north, though it does retain a hoard of superb Buddhist monuments whose scale and splendour evoke the glory days of the Mon Kingdom.
Holiday festivities are becoming more and more popular in Myanmar as international influence continues to make its way into Burmese culture. Spending New Year’s Eve in Myanmar will give travelers something much more adventurous to do than watch a ball drop.
Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar, has experienced sweeping changes in attitudes towards its arts and culture.
The Gobi reveals itself in pockets of amazing scenery, bridged by vast stretches of desolation where smartphone signals die and silence saturates. Few experiences bring together offbeat adventure and epic road-tripping quite like bouncing through Mongolia's Gobi Desert in the rear-facing seat of an off-road van. Get ready for the adventures and follow it ever deeper into the mystery.
The vast and unforgettable country of Mongolia with scenic steppes, nomadic tribes, and fascinating traditions awaits those adventurous enough to travel through it. This lesser-known tourist destination is one of the best places to get away for the overly trodden tourist trail and discover a land full of untouched landscapes, vibrant cities, and wandering tribes. And the best way to experience Mongolia to the fullest is staying in a Ger.
If you are planning a trip to the beautiful country of Jordan, you probably have Wadi Rum on your list of must-visit destinations.
Jordan’s capital city of Amman is a destination in its own right, worthy of at least 48 hours of your time. It also makes an excellent base to explore a number of nearby attractions. Castles, rock climbing, cooking lessons, Roman ruins, hiking trails, handicraft workshops, and more are all within reach.
Jordan is a destination that is sometimes misunderstood. The land of lost cities and epic adventures like Lawrence of Arabia, it's a place that should be much more popular than it is. Safe and hospitable, Jordan suffers guilt by association due to its location in the Middle East. But visitors who take the time to discover this peaceful country are rewarded with a taste of the exotic and a warm welcome from locals. Here are just a few of the many reasons everyone should not only visit Jordan, but visit now.
Stung Treng is a northern province of Cambodia. It was formerly called Xieng Teng and was once a part of the vast Khmer Empire, then the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang and later the Lao kingdom of Champassack.
Often wrongly overshadowed by the cuisine of neighbouring Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia’s cuisine takes in a range of mouth-watering dishes. With no shortage of places to eat local across Cambodia, here are a few dishes to whet the appetite.
After many years, Bokor Mountain still remains as one of the most attractive destinations around Kampot, Cambodia. The mountain is famous for its beautiful landscape and the Bokor Hill Station which was formerly a French colonial resort and also a place of royal summer vacation.
Although prices in Beijing haven’t quite reached Paris or London levels, the cost of visiting China’s capital has kept pace with the country’s economic explosion over recent years. China’s economic boom means that Beijing isn’t the bargain it once was, but there’s still plenty of value in the Chinese capital if you know where to look. Budget travellers can still find a long list of affordable things to see and do in Beijing, such as these following experiences.
Beijing is a city where the old and new coexist in perfect harmony. Its rich history, cultural splendor and increasingly modern amenities have resulted in mountains of stuff to see and do – meaning narrowing down your itinerary is no easy task. Let’s complete this bucket list to start the trip of a lifetime.
Shandong, a province restoring ancient Chinese culture for centuries, is a pivotal cultural and religious site for Taoism, Chinese Buddhism, and Confucianism. Here are the best places to visit in Shandong to help you find your way to explore the unspoiled beauty of this charming and mysterious area.
Whether you’re a beginner seeking an introductory meditation session, or an experienced practitioner with an extended residential retreat in mind, the Buddhist monasteries and meditation centres in Hong Kong can offer guidance on how to unplug, find clarity and cultivate inner peace. Here are five of the best.
There’s so much to see and do in the bustling city of Hong Kong. With neon-lit streets, fishing villages, temples, and endless amounts of restaurants, it’s like no place you’ve been before. So, how do you decide what to do with only 48 hours in a city like Hong Kong?
Hong Kong is not all concrete skyscrapers and mega-malls. Away from the bustle of the financial district and neon-soaked Lan Kwai Fong, the area around Hollywood Road has come alive with indie-spirited businesses.
Malaysia prides itself on its multiculturalism and this is showcased in its late night eats scene. You really are spoiled for choice, so here are our favourites to help you on your way.
In Penang, tourists find old-world cultural appeal from both East and West, and examples of natural beauty. What follows is a thumbnail sketch of sights and activities worth checking out when in Penang.
Taman Negara National Park is the main national park in Malaysia and sits across the states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu. The park is often simply referred to as Taman Negara and this is one of the best places to come in Malaysia if you want to get back to basics and enjoy some of the prettiest unspoiled flora and fauna in the country.
With libraries all over Singapore, some of which have specialised areas of interest, it should never be too hard to locate the information you’re after. Here’s our list of the city’s best, including state-of-the-art facilities.
Whether you’re just visiting Singapore or already live here, chances are after a few outings you’ve grown tired of the hyper-touristy Marina Bay District. Head out to these neighbourhoods just outside the centre of the city for a change of scenery.
Singapore’s burger scene is sizzling hot, with classic diners sandwiched between hipster joints and local stalls. From a hidden burger bar to a local bistro serving up nasi lemak burgers, here is the guide to 7 best burger restaurants in Singapore.
Picturesque hidden beaches, flourishing endemic wildlife and brand new experiences – these small islands are so much more than just miniatures of Bali.
More than just idyllic tropical islands, Indonesia is also home to a wide array of drop-dead gorgeous waterfalls. From waterfalls multi-stories high to smaller ones you can slide down, these spectacular waterfalls in Indonesia are worth discovering.
Yogyakarta or Jogjakarta is considered as Java’s soul and the main artistic hub of the island. The word ‘Jogja’ translates into ‘the never-ending Asia’ due to the endless appeals of this place.
Jeju Island in South Korea is a stunning volcanic island in the Korea Strait. With beautiful beaches, waterfalls, lush forests, and a long history of tourism, Jeju Island welcomes visitors to its natural wonder.
Gangwondo is known for its mostly mountainous terrain and ski resorts. Beyond the mountains and the snow, here are 5 things to check out when you’re in Gangwondo.
From beautiful beaches and succulent seafood to traditional markets and mural villages, there are a number of reasons to visit Busan, South Korea’s second biggest city. Here are 10 of them.
Despite its reputation for crowds and manic city life, Japan is actually an incredibly family-friendly destination with something for everyone. Want to know where the best spots are for the young and the young-at-heart?
Hakone is an area of spectacular natural beauty, accounting for a large portion of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. In the north, fields of golden pampas grass climb the hills of Sengokuhara, while the geothermal Ōwakudani simmers at the region’s core and the serene Lake Ashi encompasses much of Hakone’s western border. Let’s discover the most spectacular natural attractions and outdoor activities in this mountainous region.
When people say that Tokyo is a city that never sleeps, they must be referring to this particular neighborhood, Shinjuku. No other place in Tokyo can match its perpetual state of wakefulness.
When it comes to extravagance, people with a hefty bank balance prefer Dubai. This incredible city of the UAE has created such an impact on the global tourist map, that no one, be it from any social class can connive at. Anything and everything that is larger than life can be personalized here.
Dubai is a great city for those who love to party - with an extensive list of clubs and bars for visitors to grab a drink. Although Dubai is tolerant when it comes to alcohol, there are still important rules that residents and visitors must abide by to ensure that a fun night out doesn’t turn into some serious trouble.
Dubai has a lot to offer for those travelling to the UAE for the first time. From its futuristic skyline to vast desert landscapes, from the biggest mall in the world to some of the best cuisine in the region, Dubai seems to have it all.
India is often frequented by travelers from around the globe, but its Northeastern regions are hardly featured in any travel guide. Meghalaya is one such destination. Home to rugged mountains, lush subtropical jungles, some 1650 explored and partly explored caves, it’s also one of the best destinations for a nature lover or an adrenaline seeker.
India is an incredible and unforgettable country to travel. But there is no doubt that the initial thought of visiting India raises some questions even in the most seasoned traveler's head.
With lofty snow-clad peaks, glaciers, caves, gushing rivers, steep gorges, vast swathes of forest land, wide seas and sweeping desert plains,… India boasts a plethora of adrenaline-inducing destinations. Here is our rundown of some of the best destinations for extreme sports in India.
Shopping in Taguig City means heading over to its financial and lifestyle district called BGC. Here, you’ll find endless selections – a mix of essentials and luxurious wares plus international food stores found nowhere else in Metro Manila.
Perhaps the most important island in the Philippines is Luzon. This island is home to the nation’s capital, Manila, the nation’s major airport, Ninoy Aquino International, and the major economical hubs.
Luzon is the Philippines’ largest island; home to Manila; and the ideal starting point to an endless amount of adventures around the archipelago. Arrange your Philippines itinerary around the activities listed below.
Ha Noi is not necessarily the first place you would think of when looking for luxury hotels, but the benefit of the backpacker favourite is its affordability.
In April 2015, Bún Chả Hương Liên was just like any of the other noodle shops in Hanoi. A month later, after US President Barack Obama and late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain stepped inside, the restaurant would never be the same.
Ha Noi’s autumn is considered the most beautiful season of the year. It is famous for delicious foods such as "com", dracontomelon or "banh troi nuoc", which symbolize the exquisite cuisine of Hanoians.
Hai Phong nightlife might not be as active as Hanoi – only a few hours away by car. But if you explore a bit, especially around the Minh Khai District, you will find all sorts of choices.
Hai Phong is famous for the red color of the phoenix flower. However, when talking about Hai Phong, we have to refer the rich cuisine of this land. Coming to Hai Phong, visitors will enter the world of delicious and stranger dishes.
Cat Ba is a popular tourist destination as it’s a part of Ha Long Bay. However, Cat Ba has its own charm that is different from Ha Long, hence its large number of visitors every year.
After joining a tour to Ha Long Bay in daytime and you still want to spend a night to explore more about this city. Although Ha Long Bay's night activities is limited, there are some interesting places to visit.
Being well-known of its unique geology, aesthetics, and archaeology values, Ha Long Bay is home of many spectacular caves. Through years, the beauty of these caves is one of the main reasons attracting tourists from all over the world to visit and study about them.
Ha Long Bay cuisine is famous because of many kinds of seafood like not only lobster, squid but also snails. A range of culinary creations from both international and local cuisines. Besides these sea products, there are the usual local specialties.
Ninh Binh is stunning and diverse, it is also extremely traveler friendly. However, Ninh Binh remains far less popular than its sister to the northeast Ha Long Bay. Here are 6 reasons why you should add Ninh Binh to your travel bucket list.
Ninh Binh, the “Ha Long Bay on Land,” is a small city in the Red River Delta of Vietnam and has a plethora of activities you can do despite its size. Take your time to tour each place we mention and get lost in the beauty of it all.
Ninh Binh is becoming one of the best loved destinations in Northern Vietnam. If you have seen the most recent rendition of Kong, Skull Island, you will have glimpsed some of the epic landscapes around this area. In real life it is just as beautiful, minus any oversized angry creatures.
Located in the heart of Sri Lanka, Kandy was once the capital of the ancient kings and it remains one of the country’s most significant cultural and religious centers.
Jutting out of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is famed for the natural beauty of its coastline. The sun-kissed island is home to some of the most spectacular beaches that lace the edge of its golden shores. Here are five of the best spots for a beach getaway.
Galle comes with its own inherent beauty and it showcases some of the most beautiful things to do in Galle. You can have a chance to visit some of the most popular historic places such as the Flag rock and it is one of the best places to catch beautiful sunsets.
Brunei is a country of riches thanks to oil. The tiny nation is located on the north coast of Borneo. Most Brunei tours are centered around the capital Bandar Seri Begawan, which is far from a bustling metropolis despite being the main city. Expect to wander through the streets undisturbed, and enjoy your trip.
Brunei Darussalam on Borneo Island offers rainforests, some of Asia’s most beautiful mosques and almost a complete lack of tourists. But sadly, the tiny Sultanate doesn’t register on most travelers’ radars. Here are some attractions that would get visiting Brunei into your must-do list.
Brunei Darussalam on Borneo Island offers rainforests, some of Asia’s most beautiful mosques and almost a complete lack of tourists. But sadly, the tiny Sultanate doesn’t register on most travelers’ radars. Here are the reasons to visit Brunei and why you should put it on your Southeast Asian itinerary.
Qatar may not be first on your travel list with news of blockades and its extreme summer conditions, but fear not! Qatar is welcoming tourists from around the world by relaxing visa requirements so that more visitors can enjoy its mouth-watering local and international cuisine, entertainment and mind-blowing architecture. Here are 10 reasons why Qatar should be a must-visit on every traveler’s checklist.
Common preconceptions lead many visitors to believe that a large proportion of their time in Qatar is likely to be spent inside air-conditioned buildings to escape the powerful heat of the sun. However, it might surprise you to discover that there is actually a plethora of exciting outdoor adventures to take part in, unique landscapes to explore and extraordinary experiences to pursue outside of the constrains of the urban environment.
As Qatar prepares to host the 2022 World Cup, there's a flurry of activity and controversy in the air. The country is developing rapidly, with the capital Doha a world-class city in the making, thanks to its spectacular modern skyline, the peerless Museum of Islamic Art, a fine and expansive traditional souq, and burgeoning arts and culinary scenes. Here is the list of top destinations in Doha, let’s check it out.
Alishan has been Taiwan’s most popular mountain resort by visitor numbers for nearly a century. The forests on Alishan are regularly shrouded in mist, producing mystical scenes reminiscent of classical Chinese paintings, one of the reasons the park is so popular among visiting Chinese and Asian tourists.
In the past, Kaohsiung never really got the attention it deserved, but in recent years tourists both local and foreign are starting to realize that there’s more to this city than the island’s largest port.
Nantou is located in the center of Taiwan, and it has abundant greenery. From the mountains to the forests, Nantou will certainly amaze visitors who want to admire the beauty of nature. The history and culture are also well-preserved, and you can see it when you explore Taiwan Times Village.
In the Kingdom of Bhutan, Thimphu is the capital and largest city. With its mix of old and new it's one of the most fascinating capital cities in the world. Here's a guide to what not to miss while you're there.
Are you planning a trip to Bhutan and looking for homestays? Bhutan a landlocked country in South Asia, opened its doors for tourism in 1974 and since then many travelers are visiting the Land of Dragons. And if you are thinking about booking homestays in Bhutan, then you must take out a few seconds and read along.
Many tourists visit Bhutan to experience the country's fascinating festivals. The Tshechu festivals, held in temples, monasteries, and dzongs (fortresses) all over Bhutan, are a highlight.
Ho Chi Minh City is a thriving food hub with new culinary experiences around every corner. Enormous variety exists between the city’s individual districts, so go explore unique flavours and discover your ultimate dining destination.
From amusement parks with dodgem cars to cafés that have never quite left the past behind, here are the best things to enjoy while exploring Ho Chi Minh City’s District 10.
While it might be better known for its seafood, there’s no shortage of delicious baked goods in the beachfront city of Da Nang. From soft cinnamon rolls to astounding buttercream creations, you’ll definitely get a satisfying carb fix here.
The beautiful coastal city of Da Nang is a popular tourist spot. However, it is not just a pretty coastal city, and there is more to do than diving or cafe hopping. How about exploring these temples?
Da Nang, like every other major city in Vietnam, is packed with street food stalls and restaurants. As one of the most underrated cities in Vietnam, Da Nang offers a wide range of inexpensive yet unique dining options. Therefore, no trip to Da Nang is complete without trying out at least one of these must-try dishes in Da Nang.
Going backpacking in Vietnam? Can Tho is a popular stop, and with a number of places to stay in the city, it is hard to choose the right hostel. Where you stay can make or break your experience, so here are best places to stay in Can Tho for you.
Enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning or when hanging out with friends in the evening has been a tradition of the Vietnamese. As a result, a big city like Can Tho undoubtedly houses many coffee shops with different themes and varied menus.
Cai Rang Floating Market is a must-visit place in Can Tho. This market sells all kinds of goods, and the reason why it stands out is the whole process happens in the middle of the river. That’s why Cai Rang attracts so many visitors.
Nha Trang Market is hailed as the busiest shopping venue in the city centre, where you can find rows of stalls selling handmade clothes, trinkets, fresh produce, and local special products.
Nha Trang is no different from other cities of Vietnam that has got a great selection of local markets for travelers to explore and try their luck at bargaining. Here is some info on Nha Trang’s best markets.
Located on one of the world’s most famous bays, Vinpearl Nha Trang Resort & Spa, an international five star hotel in the Vinpearl Nha Trang of hotel, tourism, resort and entertainment is considered to be “a twinkling pearl glued on the crown of the Sea queen”.
Hue has a subtle and peaceful beauty that does not exist anywhere else in Vietnam, which may be due to the tranquility of the pagodas located in and around the city. Hue has a high density of pagodas with more than three hundred pagodas, around a hundred of these are old and still remain as totems to the traditional architecture of East Asia and Vietnam. Visit the pagodas in Hue to experience the peace in your soul and the spiritual beauty of the city.
When people talk about Hue, they usually think of a peaceful town, where there is not much to see but the old citadels and many tombs of Vietnamese emperors. However, Hue has more than just tombs to offer! One day in Hue may not be long enough if you want to visit and learn the history of a city but do not worry, we got that all figured out.
Situated on the banks of the Perfume River in Central Vietnam, Hue once served as the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty, which ruled from 1802 to 1945. Today, the vestiges of this former glorious period are reflected in the city’s architecture, culture and cuisine, making it a popular tourist destination.
Being the capital city of Binh Dinh - province famous for martial arts and long pristine beaches - Quy Nhon undoubtedly celebrates festivals that can link to these aspects. Come to Quy Nhon to join its best festivals mentioned in our article.
A large, prosperous coastal city, Quy Nhon boasts a terrific beach-blessed shoreline and grand boulevards. Its seaside appeal and tidy, litter-free streets make it the kind of place that affluent Vietnamese couples choose to retire to, spending their final days ocean-gazing and promenade-walking.
Homestays, guesthouses, airbnb, etc are the newest trends, and Quy Nhon surely doesn’t lack them. If you want to stay over in a nicely decorated place yet the price is affordable in Quy Nhon, make sure to check out these 5 places in our article.
To the east of Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai Province encompasses many interesting destinations for nature lovers. Travelers come here to take incredible, scenic hikes and see some of Vietnam’s endangered wildlife. Although just a short distance outside of Ho Chi Minh City, it feels a universe away from its steamy streets filled with city scooters.
Dong Nai is an ideal place for a quick weekend trip. Located not so far from Ho Chi Minh City, this province unexpectedly has some spectacular sightseeings that can be on par with those from the Central Highlands.
Not as beautiful as Saigon or romantic as Da Lat, Dong Nai owns the peaceful beauty of hills, streams, villages, rocks, and powerful waterfalls. Therefore, there are many ideal campsites which are suitable for going camping or picnics after hard-working days.
A volcanic island surrounded by a ring of reefs, Ly Son is a striking, stark, and geologically fascinating destination, off the coast of central Vietnam. The water quality around Ly Son Island is among the best in Vietnam. But this isn’t your typical tropical island: Ly Son doesn’t have long, sandy beaches, brushed by coconut palms. What it does have are coral reefs, crystal-clear seas, twisted rock formations, black cliffs, mesmerizing crater-top views, and one of the most dramatically situated beaches in Vietnam.
Quang Ngai may not have that many tourist destinations, but its cuisine is something that travellers should not miss once coming to this province. Follow this article to find out what foods are most loved in Quang Ngai.
Quang Ngai used to be a neglected province when it comes to exploiting tourism potential. However, things have changed as the oil money is coming in. Now everyone is flocking to this province to catch a sight of Quang Ngai.
Speaking of Vung Tau, most people would immediately think of its white sandy beaches. Being the neighbor of Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau is always a popular destination of the Saigonese to have a quick weekend getaway full of vitamin-sea.
With a special location - being Ho Chi Minh’s neighbor city - Vung Tau attracts tons of visitors every year, especially during weekends when families flock to Vung Tau for a quick trip. Here are some of the best family-friendly options in Vung Tau for parents to bring their children along.
Located near Saigon, Vung Tau is seen as a paradise with blue sea and white sand to many people, especially, for holiday and picnic. A day trip to Vung Tau is probably the best and the quickest way if you want a few hours to escape from the noisy city.
The white sandy sea paradise is not only in the central and southern Vietnam. In the north, Co To Island also captures the charm of tourists by the pristine beaches with white sand and clear blue water. Co To Island has boomed in the last few years, and today it's a popular destination for domestic tourists.
Located in Quang Ninh province, Bai Chay is one of the most loved destinations in this province aside from Ha Long Bay. Before paying this place a visit, perhaps you should grab some helpful information about Bai Chay for yourself.
Speaking of Quang Ninh, most people only have an image of Ha Long Bay in their mind. In fact, Quang Ninh has Tuan Chau island as a huge tourist magnet as this place also holds many forms of entertainment.
Located in the highlands of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot undoubtedly has distinct foods that can only be found in the region. Take a look at the article to find out what they are.
Located in Dak Lak Province of the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot is expected to have spectacular views and ethnic people. Coming to Buon Ma Thuot, tourists will not regret their times spent in this highland city.
Known as the coffee capital of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot takes pride in its coffee the most. That’s the origin of how the Trung Nguyen Coffee Village is founded in this Central Highland city.
Located in the Mekong Delta, Ca Mau is the southernmost province of Vietnam. Ca Mau has a natural area of 5,211 square kilometers, with three main sides bordering the sea.
Located in the Mekong Delta, Ca Mau’s cuisine always remains the Mekong taste with seafoods caught in the wild and vegetables exclusively found in the mangrove areas. Once you are in Ca Mau, you can back out from the irresistible local foods here.
Ca Mau is not only famous for being the southernmost province of Vietnam but also for its raw beauty of the Mekong Delta. If you have a chance to stop by here, let’s not miss these one-of-a-kind destinations that define Ca Mau.
Da Lat is the south-central Vietnamese town offering travelers good weather, fun shopping, great food, and a lot of things to do. When it comes to Da Lat activities, there are numerous activities like biking, hiking, trekking, cruising, rappelling, or simply enjoying the fresh and cool air.
Dalat is a mid-sized city that looks like a cross between Vietnam and the French Alps. Outside of the city center, this area is surrounded by a series of pine-covered hills, lakes, and higher peaks, making for some lovely scenery quite different from the rest of Vietnam. Years ago, Dalat was known as the city of love and flowers only. But as time passes, it has started to attract travelers with its wild and natural beauty, and that’s why it’s become an ideal destination for adventurers.
In recent years, Da Lat has gained a reputation for its retro vibe, making it a favourite destination for local photographers and yes, Instagrammers a-plenty. A lot of Da Lat cafes and restaurants have taken cue from their snap-happy customers and developed ultra-chic, thoroughly Instagrammable interiors. From coffee shops with a social mission, to those with over 50 years of history, and some boasting magnificent views, Da Lat is full of excellent cafés waiting to be discovered.
There are so many tourist attractions in Quang Binh, yet people can only name Phong Nha Ke Bang or Son Doong at most. If you are looking for new places to discover in Quang Binh, take a look at this article.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park has been renowned as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2003. With hundreds of cave systems, caves are what draw attention the most to tourists, not only for their breathtaking views but also for the mysterious vibe they give off as most parts of the caves are still off limits due to their remoteness.
Quang Binh is famous not only for beautiful beaches and magnificent caves but also for special cuisine here.
Bars and restaurants are something that Mui Ne definitely doesn't lack - from the fancy Western style of restaurants to the hole-in-the-wall ones. If you are in Mui Ne and feeling hungry, don't forget to stop by these places.
Phu Quy island is a part of Binh Thuan province. Also known as Cu Lao Thu, Phu Quy is growing in popularity as this island owns some of the most remote yet beautiful beaches in the region.
Binh Thuan is famous for its coastal resorts in Mui Ne and sunny sand dunes. Moreover, there are many other interesting things waiting for you to discover there.
What are the most beautiful places in Thailand? It’s hard to narrow it down, to be honest. With thousands of temples, tons of gorgeous scenery from north to south, and glistening beaches with towering karst islets, the unique landscape is what has made Thailand so famous worldwide.
With its dazzling white beaches, its lush, tropical jungles and fascinating cultural sights, Thailand remains one of the most intriguing countries. We have explored its regions and compiled a list of the most inspiring places in the country.
The town of Pai, Thailand is famous for its coffee shops and it is easy to see why. Coffee shops line the street of this little town, all offering a different vibe and menu. Below are some coffee shops for you to explore.
No longer regarded as just a Vegas knock-off, Macau has surpassed the famous strip to become the most successful gambling capital in the world. Now home to 40 casinos, which of these glittering gaming dens is the best bet for you?
From neighbourhood “char chaan teng” that are still popular to this day, to modern coffee shops popping up all over Macau, there is no denying that coffee brings people together. The world loves coffee and Macau is no different! Here are the best spots in the city to get caffeinated and also catch up with your buddies.
Big, bold and wonderfully over the top, Macau’s hotels are some of the most eye-catching and expensive ever built. Much more than just a place to lay your head, here are five Macau hotels that are destinations within a destination and the talk of the town.
While beautiful, Hoi An is a small town and there is no airport. The nearest is Da Nang International Airport (approximately a 50-minute drive away), so the easiest way to get there is to fly into Da Nang. Here’s how to travel between the two.
Hoi An is surrounded by gorgeous countryside, historical monuments, stunning passes, breathtaking views, exotic islands, and surreal fantasy parks. There’s lots to see beyond the Old Town. Exploring Hoi An’s nearby regions on a day trip is the perfect opportunity to come face to face with the real Vietnam. Here are some great day trips to take from Hoi An.
There is so much to shop in Hoi An. This magical city is brimming with talented artists plying their trade, each creating wonderful souvenirs for you to remember your time in Vietnam.
The Konglor Loop, also called the Thakhek Loop for the Mekong riverside French colonial town in which it starts, is a tour of the natural wonders on of Khammouane Province and Bolikhamsai Province in central Laos. Rent a motorbike, take the bus, ride a bicycle or hire a private driver to take to these incredible sites on “The Loop”.
As the only landlocked area in Southeast Asia, Laos is blessed with incredible views and diverse terrains, and the tropical climate creates the perfect setting in which to enjoy mountain, cave and water adventures all year round. These stunning places are guaranteed to make you want to start your own travelling escapade in Laos.
Laos is a country with three distinct New Year celebrations. While international New Year’s Eve on December 31 is becoming more popular, those traveling to Laos in mid-December or April will find themselves immersed in cultural New Year celebrations unique to Southeast Asia.
If romance is the king of emotions, then Maldives is its kingdom. Long spread of beaches covered with sparkling white sand, palm trees lined up across the shores, beautiful cottages and resorts nestled in the most secluded regions known, this island is the perfect place for love birds to rekindle the spark and fall in love.
The Maldives has a reputation for world-class resorts, incredible beaches and landscapes that look even better in person than the photographs. But something even more spectacular, mysterious and romantic takes place on these islands in the Indian Ocean: the glowing and sparkling Sea of Stars.
It’s no secret the Maldives are a notoriously expensive destination. The Indian Ocean archipelago is famed for coral reefs, intense beauty, snorkelling, Asia’s top diving sites and luxurious resort islands. With the average night costing several hundred dollars, the Maldives were out of reach for budget travellers. But not anymore. Today, the islands burst with mid-range tourists and the occasional backpacker visiting the Maldives on a budget.
While Nepal is full of artists who create (and sell) traditional, religious-themed art, there is also no shortage of more contemporary art spaces, especially in Kathmandu. Here are the best art galleries to get to know the art scene in Nepal.
Almost all visitors to Nepal have to pass through the capital as it is home to the only international airport in the country. And while it is often overshadowed by the alluring call of the Himalayan mountains, Kathmandu is a culturally and historically rich city worth exploring. If you have only got one day to spare, here is the guide to discover Kathmandu.
Known as a home of the Himalayan mountain range and the birthplace of the Buddha, Nepal is a top destination for many people.
Tel Aviv may be small, but it is packed with history, culture and nightlife. These spots will show you the pulse of the city and what makes it such a special destination. Whether it’s architecture, markets or the beach that piques your interest, here are the top places you need to visit in Tel Aviv.
Haifa is a home to some of Israel’s most beautiful and unique tourist attractions, making it an attractive destinations for anyone visiting this country.
Whether it’s business or pleasure that brings you to Israel, the small country is jam-packed with sites and day trips to occupy you. If you are looking to make your trip a memorable one, we have a list of the best things to do in Israel.
With its ever-changing landscape that includes everything from hidden beaches to alpine pastures, hiking in Turkey is a fantastic experience for nature and history lovers alike. Check out some of the best trails that traverse the country’s most beautiful areas.
Turkey’s natural landscape is truly stunning, including everything from remote mountain villages to Mediterranean beaches, and much more. Of course, waterfalls are also part of the country’s natural wonders and we’ve rounded up the best to visit on your next trip.
Known for impressive buildings, Istanbul has a lot more besides in terms of striking architecture. From former orphanages to a modern interpretation of a mosque, here are some lesser-known Istanbul buildings that are deeply impressive.
For world-wide travel enthusiasts, Tibet is an attractive holy land for exploring. Its stunning natural wonders and vibrant Buddhist culture echo irresistible magnetism. Among dozens of ways of experiencing true Tibet trekking, the following routes are universally taken as the best choices for ardent travelers. Ready to hit the road? Here are top trekking routes in Tibet.
Standing tall at 22,000 feet, Mount Kailash - known to be the abode of Lord Shiva - is one of the world’s most revered holy places. A peak in the Kailash range, Mount Kailash is a part of the Transhimalaya in Tibet. A trek to Mount Kailash offers a unique travel experience: spectacular landscapes, incredible culture, faithful pilgrims. Here are the crucial things you should know before conquering Mount Kailash.
Tibet, the roof of the world, is every traveler’s dream. The land keeps its centuries-old traditions, mysterious religious culture, and untouched pure natural scenery. Below are the top 7 attractions to see and things to do in Tibet according to their popularity and accessibility.