Spending a week in Central Vietnam is easier than you might think. While many people travel Vietnam from the North to the South, you can escape the comparative crowds and make your holiday in central Vietnam. With the historic Hue, out-of-this-world Phong Nha, modern Danang, and quintessential Hoi An, here’s how you can spend one
About Nam CheahNam Cheah is a third culture millennial who spent half her life in Hong Kong and the other half in UK. Planning to make the most out of life, she documents her passion to laugh, travel and eat on her suitably named blog: Laugh, Travel, Eat. When she’s not doing any of that, she’s either catching up on TV while online shopping or writing her novels.
Tokyo, as one of the most populated cities in the world, has a lot of impressions and stereotypes attached to it. As a city girl myself, I had assumed that Tokyo would be much like Hong Kong, London, and Singapore. However, there are certain things that I found out on the ground that surprises me.
When people visit Vietnam, they usually do one of the three following things: a) Visit Hanoi b) Visit Ho Chi Minh City and c) Do a motorcycle ride across the entire country. Naturally, when I told people that I’ve been to Vietnam, they assumed that I had done one of the three. Well, actually, people who
I have mentioned hiking as one of the top 5 things to do in Hong Kong because it has some of the best urban hiking trails in the world. What do I mean by urban hiking trails? It means they are close to the city and offers a spectacular view of them, in this case the
Maldives is the definition of paradise to many with its turquoise water, white sandy beaches, and abundant sea life. Little known to the world until the 1970s, its resort islands are now world-famous and attract tourists from all over the world. Before 2009, people can only stay on resort islands, but now you can stay
This beautiful country is all about the turquoise water, white sandy beaches, and tropical sea life. You'll love all the adventures in the Maldives you can find. Many people consider it their dream vacation destination, imagining days laying around the white, sandy beaches and turquoise water. While some only see this as a luxury honeymoon
Hong Kong is known as the Pearl of the Orient and a mix of Eastern and Western world. Not only do you have an international city fill with skyscrapers and people, but there are quaint villages and traditional temples, too. A lot of people have the misconception that Hong Kong is a small place and