Known for its intricate history and cultural heritage, Vietnam is also blessed with a rich biodiversity that offers endless possibilities for outdoor adventure; like safaris, treks and forays into wildlife-rich national parks.
Travel Writer Meg Sine blogs about a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, where she says finding the choicest street food is best done by motorbike, allowing you to beat the traffic and savor more for your time.
Join an innovative small group tour in Hanoi and HCMC that traces a unique journey through Vietnamese modern history as told through the eyes of local artists.
Take a trek or night safari in Cat Tien National Park near Ho Chi Minh City to see Vietnamese wildlife like deer, reptiles and birds. One of the largest national parks, it is recognized by WWF for its tropical rainforest and large variety of animals.
Here at Khiri Travel Vietnam we are big fans of local market culture. Shopping at fresh markets is part of the daily life of Vietnamese people. We know a trip to the vendor stalls is full of adventure and we want your travelers to experience the same!
Every month, we put the spotlight on one of the key players who make it happen for your privileged clients. This month, get to know Ms. Thu Thao, Assistant Reservations & Operations at Khiri Travel Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City head office.
Two hours outside the electric, neon rush of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is the Mekong Delta: 40,000 sq km of rivers, streams and islands where the Den and Sau rivers (local names) meet the ocean. Half-day tours of the Mekong Delta take travelers through farmland, mangroves, and jungles
Yesterday afternoon I walked through downtown Saigon. It was a journey to the past. I spent more than three years of my life in this country, on and off. Most of the time was in the first half of the nineties, organizing and leading tours for a travel company from the Netherlands.
A visit to one of the numerous snack restaurants serving the Vietnamese version of tapas opens a window to a remarkable experience combining both food and drink. While wandering along Ho Chi Minh City’s narrow streets, if you look closely at the trendy and crowded street food “restaurants” you will notice the low key bamboo […]
During the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 70s, the Cu Chi tunnels were largely used by Viet Cong soldiers.