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From Hoi An, take an overnight train to Hanoi, and then a bus to Halong Bay. There are hundreds of boat tour operators to
At first blush Hội An (Vietnam) appears a prosperous hub for trade and tourism. Look deeper and you'll find people living in extreme poverty, including children with disabilities who receive very little in terms of social assistance.
Vietnam should be on the top of everyone's travel list. It's that simple. With its dramatic landscapes, fascinating history
You can keep your fine art, your lacquerware, your hand-woven silk. When it comes to souvenirs, I want weird.
For me, Hoi An was the Vietnamese version of Venice.
2010-10-13-vietnam.jpgHere are five reasons that coastal Vietnam should be on your travel radar right now.
On my recent trip to Vietnam, I discovered that my many preconceived ideas about the country were all wrong. Here's what I learned:
While eating local Cao Lau Noodles outdoors at a small restaurant in Hoi An, my guide Tran Nhieu said, "Please tell me what you remember about the American War."
For the Vietnamese, architecture is much more than structure -- it is the highest art, and is based on feng shui.
I just returned from my friends' wedding in Vietnam. It was a multi-cultural extravaganza. The bride is Bulgarian, the groom