Jules And Matt On Tour's Vietnam Posts

We had been “warned” about the motorcycle craze in Ho Chi Minh City, but even picturing an Amsterdam-style bike craze replaced with motorcycles did not prepare…

“No matter the border, the Mekong has been an indiscriminate giver and taker of life in Southeast Asia for thousands of years. It’s a paradox like…

You can observe that most of the big boats have poles with items attached to them. These items indicate the kind of good(s) that the respective boats sell.

The calm and quiet atmosphere in Hoi An was a welcome change after the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City. The old town has significantly less traffic by…

An array of partially ruined Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 14th century, My Son shows many different origins and traces of time. The more recent…

Hang Mua is one of the most popular view points in the area of Ninh Binh. Technically, it is the name of the caves that are situated at the bottom of the hill…

Trang An is a scenic area near Ninh Binh. The main attraction consists of a 3 hour boat tour that takes you through several caves and the marvellous limestone…

One day we rented scooters and visited the Thien Ha Galaxy Grottoes and ventured further into the countryside. As it is marked as one of the local attractions…

The Sa Pa region is well known for its trekking routes. The walks through the rice-terraced-hills and villages offer beautiful views as well as an insight into…

What an experience it has been. I had kept my expectations of Vietnam very neutral. We had been to other countries in South East Asia but of course, each…
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