Ho Chi Minh
The world is ever-changing, and it is likely that a few decades from now, some incredible places will no longer exist as we remember them. If there’s ever a time to explore some of these places, it’s right now.
Footloose and fancy free on a last minute 4-day Ho Chi Minh City escape proves that small budgets and no planning can be a fun and exciting adventure! And all for just RM1,000 per person!
As seen in A Tourist’s Guide To Love, there is more to Vietnam than Ho Chin Minh City. We explore some other locations featured in the film.
When one thinks of sand dunes, normally Africa or the Middle East come to mind, but you can still get the same thrills and spills in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is one of Vietnam’s largest and most famous cities. Here are some unique restaurants that I believe are true hidden gems in the heart of HCMC.
Anthony Bourdain traversed the globe but never did it within the confines of the usual. He went everywhere and broke bread with everyone. In light of Bourdain’s one-year death anniversary, this list traces a few of his footsteps in food.
I embarked on a month-long motorbike ride from the Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh. It was one of the most physically challenging adventures. Here are a few things I wish I knew.
Safe travel is a combination of good travel behaviours and well-designed travel products.
Most people instantly think of phở or cha gio when they think of Vietnamese cuisine, but there’s a lot more to Vietnamese food than that.
If you’re already itching for a quick trip during the long Chinese New Year (CNY) break, consider these destinations.
If you truly enjoy getting to know a place by exploring its nooks and crannies, cycling is the best way to go.
While every city in the world has some kind of street food, only a handful of them leave you craving for more.