Imperial Citadel of Thang Long – Remains of Regality!

Located to the south of China, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam originally was a constituent of Imperial China but ever since the segregation took place Vietnam has probably played second fiddle to China. In terms of population, Vietnam is home to only about one tenth of the number of those who call China their home…

Fishing village in Mui Ne – A beautiful panorama of vibrant hues.

Mui Ne was once a remote stretch of beach, only visited by the occasional traveller. Today, it is a premier resort town. If you choose to stay at a resort in Mui Ne, you are in for a rare treat. Most properties are tastefully laid out and surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Look beyond the…

Japanese bridge in Hoi an – The town’s most iconic landmark.

If you journey to the Central Coast of Vietnam you will come across the quaint little town of Hoi An. Set in a picturesque backdrop there is a long history here, tied to deep religious roots. Many years ago access to Hoi An was almost completely cut off when the Thu Bon River became clogged…