Monthly Archives: August 2023

Bach Ma National Park: Hiking, Trekking in Da Nang and Hoi An

Two best places for trekking and hiking in and near Da Nang are Son Tra mountain (peninsula) and Bach Ma national park. Which one is better is actually personal because these hot spots have similarities and differences. The same things they … Read More

Hoi An Wet Season: What to Do in Hoi An When It Rains?

No beach, no pool, no outdoor adventures? What to do in Hoi An when it rains? This is a very popular question from travelers who come to Vietnam in the wet season. The rainy season in Hoi An (and central … Read More

Hue to Da Nang By Train: The Best Train Ride in Vietnam

Like Hanoi to Sapa, many travelers choose to get from Hue to Da Nang by train. Not just a cheap deal, the experience on this ride is definitely stunning and worthwhile. The view is incredible when the train goes along … Read More

Hue Royal Tombs: A Complete Guide and What is Best?

The Nguyen dynasty existed 143 years, from 1802 to 1945 with 13 emperors, but only 7 of them had their own mausoleum. On the map, all of these buildings are southeast of Hue city and in the mountains around the … Read More

The Hue Abandoned Water Park (Thuy Tien Lake Waterpark)

Recently, the Abandoned water park in Hue is known by travelers worldwide thanks to social media and online magazines, just like the Golden hands bridge in Da Nang. It was described as one of the most fearful places on our … Read More

Minh Mang Tomb Complete Visitor Guide

Minh Mang is the 2nd ruler of the Nguyen dynasty, the king of Vietnam from 1820 to 1840. His contributions to the country can’t be counted, including the largest territory Vietnamese ever occupied, formed in his time. Many people believe that … Read More

Tu Duc Tomb Complete Visitor Guide

Tomb of Tu Duc emperor is one of three most visited royal mausoleums in Hue. Two others are Minh Mang tomb – the tomb of Tu Duc king’s grandfather and Khai Dinh tomb. Compared to them, it’s closest to the … Read More