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Ta van, Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa is Vietnam's trakking paradise, with a lot of small villages in the area to discover and it's also here you find Vietnam's highest mountain fan si pan with its 3143m. I felt the village Sapa, was way to touristy and grown to fast so I really recommend you to stay in one of the smaller places around, my choice was Ta van. A lovely lite town 3h hike or 30min bike ride from Sapa. Here you have stunning views and easily accessible hiking trails that you can do by yourself....

Hoi An, Things You Should Do !!

Where to play if there is only one day to travel to Hoi An? Located about 4 km from the center of Hoi An city (Quang Nam), Tra Que vegetable village is known to provide fresh and clean vegetables for Hoi An people. Here, outside admire the green vegetable beds, visitors can transform into true farmers. The villagers will pass on to visitors how to make soil, make beds, plant and care for vegetables. Meanwhile, for photographers and those who love beauty, the light in the village from dawn to sunset will be a feast for imagination and creativity. Photographer Réhahn said Tra Que is also famous for being the best place to photograph sunset in Hoi An . If you prefer to turn the unscrupulous clay blocks into pottery pots, teapots and rice bowls, visitors can come to Thanh Ha pottery village, about 4 km west of Hoi An city center. In the opposite direction of Tra Que vegetable village, this village is one of the destinations to attract young people ... Here, you can experience and make pottery on your own under the guidance of the old artisans of pottery village, learn how to make and give pottery from lifeless clay to become beautiful materials , cute, eye-catching. Hoi An ancient town shimmering, vibrant and bustling at night. Lanterns lit along the streets and on the banks of the Hoai River.If you come to Hoi An on the 14th and 15th day of the lunar month, you can join the flower lantern . For those who are afraid to move and just like to hang around in the city, Hoi An is ready to please you with cultural and historical places such as Cau Pagoda, Ba Mu Pagoda, Phung Hung Ancient House, Hoi An Museum or Phuc Khau guild In addition, visitors can also find virtual living corner in the beautiful small cafes in the ancient town or simply "eat Hoi An .. :)) Hoi An is beautiful and charming, but it will be really more charming when you really find it, Hoi An is not only it when you see it, it will be really revealed with its true value. when you get the help of local people to really find it. us: Hoi An Local Tour. who will be the bridge to take you and learn the interesting things hidden behind it. All the secrets such as the diverse culinary culture, the long-standing historical culture and the daily life of the locals will be greased after you experience the experiences we bring. ##Hoi_An_Life_Cycle_Tour##

Not too touristy things I recommend doing in Hoi An city

We are a beach tourism city, most tourists come here, they choose this place to relax and relax, you can go to the beach, and relax at the hotel or go to the beach, visit the center City at night, sightseeing and shopping, our city is a place where you can Find and sew the most beautiful clothes or dresses and experienced tailors, If you are a person who likes to learn about history, you can set an experience tour to discover the history of the city, or vice versa, rural, rural Hoi An is a place full of special things. Special and also a place that will help you discover ancient cultures in everyday life . Of the local people, through visiting and experiencing their home activities . On the other hand, you can visit My Son Sanctuary, which is the kingdom of the ancient Cham people, or visit the famous tourist area of Ba Na Hill in Da Nang City.Hoi An is a small city but there are many things hidden behind it, if you are lucky to have a local person to guide you, it is a great thing. We can help you plan your vacation vs some interesting programs if you want.

I found your page because I'm thinking of going to Da Nang maybe this October. What's your favorite bar or neighborhood to go out for drinks?

If you like cocktails definitely check out 1920’s Bar downtown on the riverside of Danang. It doesn’t come with the Vietnamese prices but the cocktails and wine selection are great and there’s live music. It also has a cool speakeasy feel, you’ll enjoy it. Wanderlust in An Thuong (expat neighborhood) is also great for cocktails and super low key and chill. If you’re looking for beer you can check out 7 Bridges Brewery. Great craft beer and food (also a bit pricey though.) Craftsman (An Thuong) is also good for drinks and they have delicious food. If you head back downtown on the riverfront (near the Han Market) there are a bunch of pubs that line the street if you want to bar hop. It’s a good bar crawl with a nice river view at night! Also in An Thuong there is Dana Beach (one of the few beachfront bars/restaurants that is not a resort), some local spots like Heaven, Crazy Cat (cheap beer!) and Simple Man 2.

I'm going to Viet Nam for a week. I'm excited but also scared because I don't eat meat and I feel like there's not many vegeterian options there. Is it true?

I'm actually a vegan and I found eating in Asia very easy. It depends where you go, of course, but I've found many vegan/vegetarians restaurants via tripadvisor or so almost everytime..If there was no special restaurants Asian people usually find very easy to create a dish without animal products so I think you will be fine. Where exactly do you go? Maybe I can tell you some special tips for the restaurants.

Cat Ba in Vietnam will surprise you

There are many things to do on Cat Ba especially if you love water. The Halong bay tour is definitely worth your attention as it will include a good overview of Cat Ba and some great sightseeing of the small islands that populates the Bay. The tour I got into included kayaking and swimming, a trip to Monkey island and a beautiful sunset at the bay. Cat Ba Island is a nice escape since it's quiet.

Quick guide to Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa is an amazing place to visit in Vietnam. It is a small hill station in the Hoàng Liên Son Mountains in NW of Vietnam. There are so many treks starting from the village, you will lose yourself in the mountains. Don’t forget to bring warm clothes. You could be starting the day at 30°C and end up coming back to your hostel at 15°C. Nights can be rough too. That said, probably the best experience in Vietnam.

These are the best destinations of Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the most beautiful destinations to go to in South-East Asia (god, I love this continent!). From a diverse culture to vibrant sceneries, never-ending sandy beaches, and historical buildings, almost everything is worth-admiring in Vietnam. Here are the must-see things in Vietnam: - Ha Long Bay - Sapa Valley - Cat Ba Island - Imperial City - Tuan Chau - Marble Mountains - Ben Thanh Market

I'm going to Viet Nam for a week. I'm excited but also scared because I don't eat meat and I feel like there's not many vegeterian options there. Is it true?

I'm actually a vegan and I found eating in Asia very easy. It depends where you go, of course, but I've found many vegan/vegetarians restaurants via tripadvisor or so almost everytime..If there was no special restaurants Asian people usually find very easy to create a dish without animal products so I think you will be fine. Where exactly do you go? Maybe I can tell you some special tips for the restaurants.