Pu Luong, for me, is the perfect definition of “retreat“. Pu Luong is a relatively new tourism area. With 5 hours of hard-core travel, you will be met with one
“I’ve got no plan, except for loving you” No Plan – Jason Mraz All photos were shot on Nikon D600, by us two, retouched with Lightroom. 0
Satisfactorily adventurous is all I can say about this trip. We slept in a lighthouse, discovered an isolated coastal area with 3 restaurants only, rode 80km/h, climbed a crazily high
Quang Binh is famously known for its caves, beaches, and ecological tourism. Since my trip was a bit short, I didn’t have a chance to visit all the places. But
I would give the title “tranquil city of the north” to Ninh Binh. There’re not many activities here besides letting your mind float on Trang An and in Bai Dinh.
I didn’t travel to Moc Chau for the sake of it. Moc Chau was only my rest stop to prepare for the most challenging trip in my life: Ta Xua.
Da Nang and Hoi An make the most mind-relaxing and tranquil destination combo in Vietnam. The best feeling is to wake up early and ride on the empty streets of
The hometown of our Great Ho Chi Minh has never been famous for its landscape. But I proved it wrong. Besides Cua Lo beach, Nghe An is really beautiful despite
The champion of its kind. The king of all northern regions. Yes, it is Ha Giang. I have been to lots of mountainous areas in Vietnam (like Mu Cang Chai
Being the hometown of magnificent rice terraces, Mu Cang Chai is one of the rare towns in the Northen Vietnam to “make it” as a famous tourist attraction. I visited