There are eight World Heritage Sites in Vietnam, showcasing nature and culture. Let me show you which are worth visiting.
A detailed guide for a two week trip in Vietnam, including my suggestions for accommodation, transport and activities. Plan your whole Vietnam holiday from right here!
This crazy house in the Vietnamese city of Dalat is like walking into a Salvador Dali artwork. Not only can you visit it – you can also sleep here!
If you’ve struggled to choose a boat tour for Ha Long Bay, you’re not alone. So now I’m asking travellers like you for recommendations!
I went to this off-the-path World Heritage Site and was disappointed with what was left. Luckily, amongst the ruins, I found something even better!
There’s something you notice pretty quickly when you get to the beach town of Nha Trang in Vietnam – everything’s in Russian!
The world’s largest cave is not famous and it’s almost impossible to get to. But, don’t fear, it’s not the only impressive one here in the region!
The dynasties that lived here in the Imperial City of Hue didn’t just influence Vietnam, they changed the world.
The idea of an abandoned Vietnamese water park, with crocodiles and empty waterslides, was too much for me to resist!