Ancient Capital, centre of arts and religion in Vietnam, significant battlefield of the American War. Hue is the epitome of the old meeting the new. The city is split almost in half by the Purple River where the old town sits on the North banks and the modern district to the South. Today you will […]
Tea for Vietnamese people means free flowing and refreshing. This ubiquitous and traditional beverage is served everywhere and enjoyed by all sectors of the population.
While Vietnam’s summer season brings with it more humidity, monsoon rains and blustery days, there are also many advantages to visiting out of season that will leave you wondering why you’re not already there!
Lying in the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park, the Chàm Islands are only a short boat ride from the historical port city of Hoi An with snorkeling and diving day trips to observe the wonderfully abundant coral reefs.
If you’re planning a trip to Vietnam, don’t miss out on our three recommended destinations for families that take you to very different parts of the country and offer safe, friendly outdoor fun for all!
Enter another world with our soft adventure trek into Pu Luong Nature Reserve high in the mountains of North Vietnam, home to colorful ethnic hill tribes and an awe-inspiring landscape.
If you’re visiting one of Vietnam’s key travel hubs this year, Khiri Travel has some exciting alternative tours that take you off the well-trodden tourist trials to explore colorful local life, architecture and cuisine.
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.
One of the best local Vietnamese beers is Bia Hoi, a very light beer made with no preservatives.
In the center of Hoi An’s Old City at the Chinese Fujian Assembly Hall, resides the image of the Holy Mother, a deity said to watch over the people of Hoi An, protecting sea merchants and fishermen.