Our 10 interesting facts about Vietnam

10 interesting facts about Vietnam

Vietnam was all about delicious flavours for us with some of the best food we tried during our travels in Asia. We spent a month eating our way from Saigon in the South to Hanoi in the North and picked up these 10 interesting facts about Vietnam along the way. #1 VIETNAM IS SHAPED LIKE THE LETTER…




Best traditional food in Vietnam best taken in the streets

Best traditional foods of Vietnam

Vietnam is a foodie’s paradise with a variety of unique flavours and specialties. This is our favourite 10 traditional foods of Vietnam, which we fell in love with. #1 THE SIGNATURE DISH: PHO Pho (pronounced “Fur”) is The traditional food of Vietnam and known throughout the world. It is usually a chicken (ga) or beef…




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Discovering Hoi An local food on a vespa

Vietnam is a heaven for foodies, with every region boasting its own unique yummy prizes. Our favourite part of Vietnam for local food was around the centre of the country in Hoi An, where we experienced some of the tastiest noodles ever and a variety of delicious street food…on a vespa! VESPA ADVENTURES WITH TRINH AND…




Our Vietnam travel video diary

Our Vietnam travel video

We spent a month travelling in Vietnam during April and May 2015. We started in the South in motorbike crazy Ho Chi Minh City (still called Saigon by locals). We discovered a few gay bars in Saigon with our friend Quan. We then headed to Central Vietnam to Hoi An, Hue and Da Nang. In Hoi An we…




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How many days in Phnom Penh?

Phnom Penh is the capital city and main transport hub of Cambodia. We found it to be quite modern, developing very quickly and reminded us of a smaller Bangkok. We were also pleasantly surprised to discover a busy gay scene in Phnom Penh with many bars and clubs. You could easily spend a week in…




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Our 2 days itinerary for Ankgor Wat

Angkor Wat is the world’s largest religious building, located near Siem Reap in Cambodia. You could spend days, weeks strolling around all the many beautiful temples and leave wanting more. But, if like us you are limited with time, we’ve put together a 2 days itinerary, enough for you to get a good taste of Angkor…