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Weather in Ho Chi Minh City: Best time to visit?

Weather in Ho Chi Minh City: Best time to visit?

Ho Chi Minh City (former was Saigon) has typical tropical weather with 2 seasons in a year: dry season and wet season. It is warm all year around with long sun light time. Ho Chi Minh City is great destination for visitors from North America or Scandinavian countries for holidays during the New Year and […] Read More
Best hospitals and medical centers in Danang

Best hospitals and medical centers in Danang

If you are planning a trip or relocation to Danang, it is vital to research about its healthcare system for any annual check-ups or emergency cases while staying here. As an attractive travel hub in Central Vietnam, Danang hosts numerous hospitals and clinics with well equipment, modern facilities and high-expertise staff, which meets the demand […] Read More
Vietnam Weather in September

Vietnam Weather in September

September is another transitional month in Vietnam when the weather keeps changing in each part of the country.  If the South is steady in the hot weather with rainy conditions and dene humidity, the Central regions get the increase on wet weather, especially towards the end of month when rain is expected to become more […] Read More
Conical Hat - National Headgear and Symbol of Vietnam

Conical Hat - National Headgear and Symbol of Vietnam

Vietnamese conical palm-leaf hat (Non La), along with the graceful silk “Ao Dai”, is a sort of informal Vietnamese national symbol recognized worldwide. Conical hats have long been the community’s traditional product and they are marketed throughout the country. However, people in each region of Vietnam make their own headgear to suit different weather conditions […] Read More
Vietnam Weather in July

Vietnam Weather in July

With a variety in terms of weather, July has the similar characteristics as June. Both ends of the country (North and South) are in the midst of the monsoon wet seasons, while the Central remains hot and predominantly dry with the odd light shower expected. Its beaches are still the country’s main draw in July. […] Read More
Holidays and Observances in Vietnam

Holidays and Observances in Vietnam

Public holidays in Vietnam are regulated by Vietnamese Labor Laws and there are 10 days of public holiday per year at the time of this article published (from 2021, there will be 11 days). Some holidays are based on the Gregorian calendar and some based on the lunar calendar which means that they are not […] Read More
Tran Temple's Royal Seal Opening Ceremony

Tran Temple's Royal Seal Opening Ceremony

Royal Seal Opening Ceremony is an important ritual held annually at the Tran Temple Complex in Nam Dinh Province. This is one of the biggest traditional festivals in the country and attracts thousands of pilgrims and visitors nationwide. In this article, Vietnam Travel reveals the meaning and importance of this unique festival in Vietnamese cultural […] Read More
Quintessence of Tonkin Show

Quintessence of Tonkin Show

Quintessence of Tokin, shortly called Tonkin Show or “Tinh Hoa Bac Bo” in Vietnamese, is a must-see cultural spectacle, a truly amazing authentic experience when you visit Hanoi. The show offers you a chance to explore Vietnamese history and culture from a contemporary perspective, with hundreds of performers, an interactive water stage, and state-of-the-art performance […] Read More
Popular Vietnamese Drinks

Popular Vietnamese Drinks

Not many people know that Vietnamese drinks are as diverse and mouth-watering as its cuisine. Located in the tropical monsoon climate region, Vietnam luckily possesses the beverages with great flavor that can satisfy even the difficult drinkers. Drinking session is considered as an indispensable part of Vietnamese daily lives. Whether it’s meeting friends for a […] Read More
A O Show - Traditional Vietnamese Culture Show

A O Show - Traditional Vietnamese Culture Show

A O Show, one of a must-see shows in Hoian and Saigon, is a unique merge of bamboo circus, acrobatics acts, contemporary dance, traditional Vietnamese music and theatrical visual art. The name “A O” derives from “Lang Pho” which means village and city. The show stands out on the contrast between the charming beauty and […] Read More