Scam Alert: Things to Aware in Vietnam

After almost 6 months coming back from my solo backpacking trip in Vietnam, still there are things for me to share in my blog. Recently a friend of mine went to Vietnam and she said someone scammed her. Well, every country has their way of scamming tourists even in Malaysia, there are scam involved scamming…

Travel Guide: Vietnam

Overview of Vietnam Vietnam is a long and thin country in Southeast Asia, sharing borders with Cambodia, Laos and China. It is undeniable that Vietnam is easy to get around and a backpacker newbie place to start around. Vietnam is divided into 4 parts which is North, Central, Central Highlands and South Vietnam. Apart from…

Best 5 Places to visit in Vietnam

Yes! I may have finish all my travel log about my experience in backpacking around Vietnam. However, I couldn’t just stop here as I think most people would probably ask – What are the best places to visit in Vietnam? As you all know, Vietnam is a long country I would say. The North and…

Cai Be Floating Market & Life in Mekong Delta

 You might had heard of the best floating market in Thailand but Vietnam is completely different. It is not as crowded as Thailand but definitely a must visit when you’re in Mekong Delta. So I had a good rest after a heavy snacking around in My Tho Night market. Woke up at 6 a.m. and…

Snacking around My Tho Night Market

We all know Southeast Asia is famous for its night markets. Thailand is the famous one among all in the region. But have you ever thought of Vietnam’s one? After 13 days of traveling from North to South Vietnam, I had never truly experience the night market life in Vietnam. While I’m in my trip…

Ben Tre – The New Hot Destination in South Vietnam

No one would ever like the bustling crowds in Saigon. If populated places are not your choice or preferences, as soon as you get away from the crowds, you are getting in touch with the nice people of the delta and their always welcoming attitude. Why not consider a trip to Ben Tre, approximately few…

A Day in Saigon

Saigon or better known as Ho Chi Minh City  is Vietnam’s most dizzying, important commercial hub and tourism gateway into Vietnam. Without doubt, this city has driven the whole country economy with its pulsating energy. Although constantly being referred as Ho Chi Minh city, locals who lived in the city encourages us to describe it…

Cu Chi Tunnel, The Viet Congs’ Battleground

As I arrived Saigon with a week left before my flight back to Kuala Lumpur, I needed to plan on how to maximize my 1 week stay without missing any great attractions around South Vietnam. If there’s too many attractions and things to do in Saigon, no worries. However, the only thing you need to visit…

Da Lat, The City of Eternal Spring

Before my trip to Vietnam, Da Lat wasn’t in my list. Not even a second I would ever thought of going to Da Lat. After chatting with some of the backpackers and few of my friends who had been to Da Lat, and finally I changed my mind and went to Da Lat by reducing the…

Nha Trang: The Russian Paradise

As I step out that train station and took a taxi to my hostel, I am asking myself along the way ‘Am I in Vietnam or Russia?’ Indeed, Nha Trang is a holiday destinations mainly beaches and it is surrounded by joyless Russian. I would called this city of Russian Invasion. NHA Trang, one of…

Train Rides in Vietnam – The Pros and Cons

In Vietnam, locals depend on train to travel in between the North to South of Vietnam. This is due to the high prices offered by Vietnam Airlines and inconsistent departing schedule from VietJet, it is the best transportation method that they have in Vietnam. Comparing to airlines and buses, they ranked in between in terms…

Hunting for Authentic Hue-ian Food!

If you had read my previous post about Hue, you will found out it’s more into historical attractions. What if I tell you, Hue has more to offer besides history. Yes, I am talking about food! Hue is a city with such a rich history. However, there are several distinctive dishes that Hue has. To…