Guide to Ngapali Beach
15 DEC

A Short Travel Guide to Ngapali Beach

Mark Le

What do you expect while traveling in Myanmar? Myriad temples in every step on this magical land, an incredible variety of ethnic groups, unique cuisine, spectacular hill treks. But to many people, the name “Myanmar” just doesn’t lead to beaches. This country is obviously not famous as a beach destination but in fact, with thousands of kilometers coastlines facing the emerald Andaman Sea, there are plenty of beautiful places to dive into the ocean and have a BBQ dinner by the sea. Today, we will give you some tips and advice for traveling to Ngapali, the most popular beach destination…

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Top Ideal Resorts for Valentine’s Day in Vietnam - Nha Trang
15 DEC

Top Ideal Resorts for Valentine’s Day in Vietnam

Mark Le

Vietnam’s all-year-around sunny beaches, charming resorts designed in Oriental style amidst lush tropical plants are perfect destinations for couples on Valentine’s Day. When classic chocolates are not enough for a “really different” Valentine’s Day, a romantic holiday for you two only will give you the most memorable Valentine’s celebration ever. There are thousands of couples choose the pretty Vietnam as the “getaway” for their love in this occasion year on year. Let’s see which hotels and resorts they love the most for a perfect Valentine’s Day in Vietnam. 1. Fusion Maia Resort and Spa, Hoi An Fusion Maia is the…

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Beaches In Three Vietnamese Regions
15 DEC

Beaches In Three Vietnamese Regions

Mark Le

In Northern Vietnam 1. Bai Chay in Quang Ninh Bai Chay which is a beautiful large beach near Ha Long bay has a long sand. Every day in the early morning or late afternoon, thousands of people gather here to have a bath. At that time, the beach becomes incredibly boisterous. “Bai Chay” is associated with the different legends. According to one of them, Bai Chay is where Vietnamese people won Chinese military in the past. People said that the boat of Nguyen Mong (China) leaded by Truong Van Ho to invade Vietnam was burned and drifted on shore by…

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15 DEC

Vat Phou – The Forgotten Gem of Laos Travel

Mark Le

The land-locked country of Laos is often perceived as a “supplementary” destination to visit besides their neighboring countries: Vietnam, Thailand or even Cambodia. Most travelers often spend only 3 to 5 days staying within the country. And during these short periods of time, most of them only stick with the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang along with some of the surrounding attractions such as Pak Ou Caves or Kuang Si Waterfalls. By following the ordinary travel path, travelers to Laos are missing on lots of amazing places that the country has in store. Vat Phou is one of…

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Breakfasts in Asia
15 DEC

Breakfasts in Asia

Mark Le

People around Asia welcome a new day in many different ways. And that includes how they have breakfasts. In this post, we will take a look at what people are having for breakfast in some Asian countries. China We start at one of the oldest civilizations in the world. And with an incredibly rich culture and history, breakfast in China varies quite a lot as well. However, the two most popular foods are dim sum and congee. Dim sum, which means “touch the heart”, is one of very few breakfast foods that have become available all over the world. Dumplings…

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Experience Tet Holiday in Hoi An Lantern Festival
15 DEC

Experience Tet Holiday in Hoi An Lantern Festival

Mark Le

If you are waiting for a chance to “taste” the Asian Tet flavor, stay on this page as this article is exactly what you are expecting. To celebrate the Snake’s Year in the Lunar Calendar, the ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam will get change into a very attractive “dress” of hundreds of colorful lanterns. The town is going to organize a lantern festival from 9 to 16 February. “The best lanterns with traditional designs will light up for Lunar New Year’s eve on February 9. The 500m long road from An Hoi Bridge to the Hoai River Square will…

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15 DEC

The Charming Beauty Of Nui Doi (Double Mountain)

Mark Le

In spite of knowing that a legend forever remains a legend, anyone watching Nui Doi (Double Mountain) associates it with two breasts of a young girl  even if he or she has not heard about the legend. With a peculiar shape, attached to a legend story, Nui Doi Quan Ba ( Quan Ba Double Mountain) which locals often call Fairy Mountain, has become one of the most important destination in the journey to Dong Van Plateau, fascinating for professional photographers. Lying in a small valley of the mountain town of Tam Son, Quan Ba District, Ha Giang province, surrounded by high and low fields…

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15 DEC

5 Interesting Markets In Saigon City

Mark Le

Each Saigon City market gives visitors different feelings and experiences. 1. Binh Tay Market Binh Tay Market or Big Market was donated by a Chinese businessman named Quach Dam on condition that he was allowed to build houses around the market and set up his statue after his death. The market was built of reinforced cement and steel rod in Western techniques but assertive Chinese architecture. The middle high tower has a face of a clock and ‘two dragons flanking a pearl’. Four corners have four small watch-towers and the entire roof of the market is covered by yin-yang tiles…

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