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Many of the best attractions in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) centre around the events of 20th century war and conquest. It sounds sombre, and in parts it is, but there are some truly fascinating historical activities suitable for all ages. From classic French architecture to perfectly maintained American war planes, walking around Ho Chi Minh...
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Getting around in Hanoi is fairly easy because numerous attractions, restaurants, shopping venues, and hotels are located close to each other. The city’s local population travels mostly on motorbikes while motorcycle taxis, buses, and private cars are available for when you want to visit other districts within Hanoi. Hanoi is a very compact city and...
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At first glance, an unexpected rain shower may put a dampener on your holiday, but there are plenty of indoor activities in Hanoi. The city enjoys a mild, tropical climate typical of northern Vietnam, with the monsoon season falling between May and October. However, occasional downpours are common at any time of the year, so...
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This section of things to do with kids in Hanoi is ideal for travelling families looking to enjoy a fulfilling holiday in the capital city of Vietnam. Known for its rich culture and traditions, Hanoi is teeming with breathtaking sites, such as historical monuments, unique museums, and art galleries, but there are also plenty of...
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These free things to do in Hanoi can make even the tightest of budgets stretch. Vietnam’s capital city is a popular holiday destination amongst backpackers and budget-conscious travellers, thanks to its affordability in terms of currency, food, travel and sightseeing opportunities. Tucked down the narrow winding alleys of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, you’ll find that many...
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The best Hanoi dishes are inexpensive yet tasty treats that can be found within Hanoi Old Quarter’s narrow alleyways and bustling street markets. Compared to other cities in Vietnam, Hanoi food tends to be on the sweeter side and utilises freshwater ingredients such as prawns, squids, shrimps, crabs, clams, and mussels. You can also find...
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You will never be stuck for something to do in Hanoi, where ancient and proudly preserved Vietnamese culture is felt most keenly by visitors, and progress wrestles with tradition in different districts of the city. Hanoi is actually over 1000 years old so the wealth of history here is mind boggling: temples, ancient citadels, unique...
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Vietnam may be renowned for its many pristine temples, colonial architecture, geological wonders, and mouth-watering cuisines, but this quaint country are also plenty of unique experiences you won’t find elsewhere. Despite years of colonialism and modernisation, there are several parts of Vietnam that remains relatively authentic, with its local population making great efforts to preserve...
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The best attractions in Phu Quoc prove that there’s plenty of things to do during your tropical vacation besides relaxing on its pristine beaches. Situated 45 kilometres west of Ha Tien, Phu Quoc Island is home to unique Cao Dai and Buddhist temples, vibrant markets, traditional fishing villages, and pepper plantations – perfect for travellers...
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Desserts in Vietnam come in a variety of flavours, shapes, and ingredients. Many travellers rave about the Vietnamese’s savoury yet healthy meals, but their dessert offerings are also must-tries when visiting the country. You can find many of these sweets in fresh markets, street stalls and restaurants throughout Vietnam, but some of them are regional...
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