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10 Recommend Movies For Any Indochina Tour

  • | May 12 2020

While many of us are staying at home and cannot travel. It’s the hardest thing yet we could do is to dream and inspire for the next trip to Southeast Asia. Let’s take an Indochina tour by watching films about this beautiful region. We have chosen a number of films which introduce the different sides of this region and will inspire you to visit these places one day. Enjoy watching.  Let’s start our journey by immersing in the atmosphere of colonial time in Vietnam. Indochine, 1992 This French film had won an Academy Award as the Best Foreign Language Film.…

The Best Language Learning Tips For Traveling In Southeast Asia

  • | Mar 15 2020

Learning a few phrases in the local language can make all the difference in helping you acclimate to a new environment. Being able to communicate your needs simplifies travel so that you can enjoy more important things. And most importantly, it helps you to make connections with locals much quicker. Here are the tips which will help you in learning Vietnamese, Thai, Khmer or any other language, which will be enough for your travelling.  Be Confident The simplest, but arguably most important, piece of advice for language learning is to be confident. When you travel, your brain is often in…

VIETNAM SUSPEND VISA EXEMPTION TO 8 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES DUE TO THE OUTBREAK OF COVID-19

  • | Mar 10 2020

Vietnam’s Government on March,9 decided to temporarily suspend visa-free travel for citizens from eight European countries until further notice. Read the last updates for Vietnam visa regulations.  According to a proposal submitted by country’s steering committee on COVID – 19 fighting, Vietnam government recently announced that the UK and 7 other European countries will no longer be exempted from the 15-day visa when entering Vietnam as before. Together with UK it had affected Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Germany, France and Spain. Due to the virus concern when Vietnam got additional  15 cases since Friday (March,6). 12 of them were travelers…

Coronavirus Travel Update In Southeast Asia

  • | Feb 03 2020

Vietnam and Indochina Travel Tips During Coronavirus Outbreak in China Due to the developing situation in China and the number of countries worldwide concerning the Wuhan Coronavirus, this article will update the Vietnam and Indochina travel tips for your safe journey.  I. Overview   1. What is Corona Virus? Coronavirus 2019 (2019-nCoV) is a new virus that causes acute respiratory infections in humans. The virus outbreak first was in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. It could be transmitted not only from person to person but also from animal to human. The transmission mechanism from person to person is through contact with the…

Christmas Celebration in Vietnam

  • | Dec 23 2019

Traveling through Vietnam in December? You may be in a tropical country, but you can still catch a spark of that cozy Christmas magic – sometimes in unusual places. From midnight mass in Sapa to festive fairs in Ho Chi Minh City. To begin with, Christmas is not a public holiday in Vietnam. People go to work as normal and all businesses have normal opening hours.  Next, the long-established Vietnamese religions are Buddhism and the Chinese philosophies of Taoism and Confucianism. Therefore, in the past, only local Christian community celebrated Christmas. In recent days, Christmas is getting more and more…

A foodie’s journey through Vietnam

  • | Nov 13 2019

Vietnam has an immensely rich culinary culture and surprisingly beautiful street food available everywhere and it’s hard not to fall in love with its cuisine. Like the celebrity chef once said: “Vietnam. It grabs you and doesn’t let you go. Once you love it, you love it forever.” – Anthony Bourdain As with other Asian cuisines, Vietnamese cuisine is all about the yin and yan, the sweet and the salty; the cooling and the warming; and the fresh and the fermented. Vietnamese street food is as interesting as its culture with amazing flavors and tastes. Each region has specialties and…

Group Tour Or Private Tour – Which Suits You Best?

  • | Nov 04 2019

Planning a vacation which lasts a lifetime takes you a lot of effort, especially when it comes to choosing the types of the tour. Both private tour and group tour has each own advantages as well as disadvantages. You’ll need to decide which one is best for you. So in order to help you, we pointed out the key factors of group and private tours in Vietnam.  Hopefully, after reading this post you will be clear of which travel style will be the most suitable for you. I. Group Tour in Vietnam Pros: Lower Price Generally, a group tour will give…

Top Tips For Solo Travellers In South East Asia

  • | Aug 15 2019

Solo Travel is on the rise and Indochina is a wonderful place to go. It enchants you by outstanding beaches, lush rainforest, mouth-watering cuisine, and adorable prices. If you are planning on traveling solo in this continent of the world, here are some tips for you to enjoy the most that it has to offer. 1. Do your research When you first traveling solo to Indochina, it’s much better to know about the destinations before you arrive. For example, take your shoes off when entering local’s houses or visiting temples, especially in Myanmar, so flip flop or easy-wear shoes is…

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