Saigon Post Office

8 things to do in Saigon

Saigon, the capital of Vietnam has plenty of attractions around this city. The deep history that the country has gone through, the irresistible Pho and Manh Mi,  the vehicle honking and crazy motorbikes roaming around the city have made it a unique character of this city.  Saigon has developed rapidly, office building, hotels, cafe, restaurants and […]

Phu Quoc

8 things to do in Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is an island west of Saigon, it takes about 45 mins from Saigon on a plane or about 2 hours from Hà Tiên on a ferry. I do notice the international airport is underway and development is almost complete. This would make Phu Quoc more assessable and able to bring in more tourist. There […]

Danang dragon bridge

Dragon bridge is one of the most spectacular attractions in Danang. It is a bridge over the river Han with a dragon on it. This huge long dragon spits fire and water at 9 pm on every weekend. There are plenty of bars and restaurants at the waterfront, you can enjoy a glass of beer while […]


Sapa, located in Lao Cai province, about 350 km south-west of Hanoi is Hanoi city and it has the Vietnam’s highest peak, Fansipan, 3143m above sea level. There’s an overnight train from Hanoi city to Lao Cai. Trains depart from Hanoi train station and arrive around 530 am in the morning. There are quite a few companies […]

Halong Bay

Halong Bay is well known for its calm sea which is surrounded by thousand of small islands. We visited during May and the weather is warm, however, Halong bay is cold during year end. Do remember to bring a jacket. We booked a 2-day 1-night cruise which includes fetching us from Hanoi city to the pier, the van […]


Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. Motorbike, cars, bicycle on the road, honing as they are riding. Looking across the big plantation along the way towards the city, there are buffaloes lying in the fields, looking blankly in their big black eyes. People on the street are friendly and polite, you can’t miss their smile when […]