Monthly Archives: July 2017

How to take a photo at Lotus Westlake

Lotus flowers sold by street vendors

To people in the East, lotus is a very familiar for it is associated with Buddhism. To Vietnamese people, lotus is seen and recognized as an unofficial symbol of the country, along with chim lac (similar to anhinga), bamboo trees, and water buffaloes. Every year during July, the flower valley Westlake is adorned with full

Explore Hanoi by day by walking

Enjoy Lau in street vender

Dinner (Beef spring rolls – Fresh spring rolls or Hotpot – Lau)A really popular street for dinner and late night eating out is Yen Phu Street. It is your chance to sample some of other kinds of street foods that you can only find after dark. If you continue your walk along one side of

Explore Ta Hien Street by night

Ta Hien – where to go in Hanoi at ngiht

After the sun sets, Hanoi’s nightlife scene offers a multitude of stunning things to see and beautiful places to go. Set conveniently around Hoan Kiem Lake in the Old Quarter, the lively bars and glitzy nightclubs in the city are where you can mix and mingle with fun-loving locals and expats while enjoying great tunes

Top deserts food in Hanoi for summer

Sweet, Sour, Spicy Mixed Fruit

Yogurt With Jackfruit Yogurt with jackfruit, like white jelly cubes sweet porridge, has been a trend in summer, especially among young Hanoians for many years. All you have to do to make a bowl of delicious and cool yogurt jackfruit at reasonable price is just mix yogurt with fresh jackfruit, jelly, tapioca balls (tran chau),

Fascinating experience to explore Fansipan

Fansipan welcomes so many young people

Located on Hoang Lien Son mountain range, far about 9 km from Sapa town center to the west, Fansipan Mountain, which is the highest mountain in Vietnam and the rooftop of Indochina, is a perfect rendezvous for adventure lovers. cruise mekong The impressive beauty of Fansipan Hiding much strange impression, the whole massive roof consisting of

Where to go in Vietnam for honeymoon

Hoian Ancient Town

Mai Chau: Endearing town Unlike Sapa, which maybe a little overcrowded for the couples who are seeking for some private time in a beautiful setting, Mai Chau owns a pretty tranquil charm. And, therefore, Mai Chau is a stunning choice for the honeymooners. None of all the honeymoon places in Vietnam offers such levels of