Hoi An – Vietnam’s Most Charming Town | Outlanderly

Darkness fell when I arrived in Vietnam’s Lantern City, Hoi An. Riding a rickety bicycle I rented from my hotel I headed to Hoi An’s downtown area for the very first time. I smiled with excitement as I was finally here to see what the hype was all about. My eyes looked in every direction seeing…

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Northern Vietnam quick guide, Hanoi, Sapa, Ninh Binh, Halong Bay | Outlanderly

You’ve chosen to explore Northern Vietnam and you only got 2 weeks. Don’t worry it’s enough for a perfect introduction to this beautiful country’s unique history, culture and stunning landscapes. Scroll down for highlights of what you can expect to experience during your travels to Vietnam. If you’re time-starved, then you can cut down on sites.  Dong Xuan Market…

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Northern Vietnam in 2 weeks, Where to go, what to see, how much…

You’ve managed to book 2 weeks off to explore Vietnam. Hooray! I’m just thinking about the mouth-watering foods you’ll try and the cool places you’ll see! I’m even more glad you’ve chosen Northern Vietnam. Seeing images of picturesque Ha Long Bay and Sapa on google images probably sealed the deal. (It did for me). Northern…

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Travel Tips for Trekking in Sapa | Outlanderly

I hope these travel tips have been useful. For a great experience book with Moon’s Travel agency, I can’t recommend them more! Do share some of your own or ask me some questions. You might want to read Sapa Trekking in the Rain about my experience in Sapa. Subscribe Share on Read last post

Sapa – Trekking in the Rain | Outlanderly

“When I arrived in Sapa, after spending six hours on a sleeper bus, I looked through the window with huge disappointment. The rain didn’t stop. I looked worryingly at my friend and we were both thinking ‘What are we supposed to do in this rainfall?” On the bus journey to Sapa, I could only catch…

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Why you should drink Vietnamese coffee | Outlanderly

Vietnamese coffee is totally awesome! Three things I need once in Vietnam – Currency Exchange, Phở and Vietnamese coffee. I’ve gone from no coffee to 3 to 4 times a day in Hanoi, I just can’t get enough! I knew Vietnamese coffee was a thing, but ever since my first taste, I’m blown away. There’s literally a coffee shop in…

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MYANMAR SUNRISE AT U BEIN BRIDGE | Outlanderly

Before dawn, I willingly awoke, to marvel the Sunrise at U Bein Bridge, one of Myanmar’s most spectacular sites. I approached Taungthaman lake, and the sun began to appear over the horizon. Silhouettes of trees lining the lake illuminated in the first of dawn’s light. The sky got brighter, the monks began to walk across,…

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