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Biking to the Da Nang Lady Buddha of Son Tra, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Da Nang Lady Buddha is missing from most guidebooks and travel sites but it is a must-see of central Vietnam.  Da Nang is best known for its Marble Mountains, close proximity to the Hoi Van Pass, Hoi An and Hue. The Da Nang Lady Buddha isn’t at the top of the list for most travelers […]

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One minute from Omaha Beach

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

Many WWII tours visit the American Cemetery of Normandy; we add to the experience, taking you down to Omaha Beach, below the cemetery, where an estimated 2500 men died in a single twenty-four hour period on June 6, 1944, “D-Day.”    Our 2017 WWII Western Front Tour  will have a lengthy stop here.  Randy Ent, […]

The Long Range Aviation Museum in Poltava, Ukraine

by Mark @ Kathmandu & Beyond

Off-the-beaten path Ukraine After another long spell in Ukraine (our fourth in three years), we are getting quite accustomed to tracking down quirky museums in a country that is full of quirky museums but the Long Range Aviation Museum in the pleasant Ukrainian city of Poltava involved a bit more effort than just working out […]

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Israel’s Mitzpe Ramon Crater

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Mitzpe Ramon Crater is a unique geological formation located in southern Israel The Negev Desert of southern Israel is home to one of the rarest geological formations on earth, the Mitzpe Ramon Crater. For more posts on Israel: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from the Mitzpe Ramon Crater: Click Here  Located in the heart […]

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Claustrophobic Cu Chi Tunnels of Ho Chi Minh City

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Have you ever been terrified on  your travels? I have, and the Cu Chi Tunnels are as frightening as they are incredible. Vietnam’s (and neighboring Laos) natural beauty is engulfing; yet a legacy of war remains prominent when visiting the Pacific-rim country and the Cu Chi Tunnels are a prime example of that. For all my travel […]

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Mai Chau – Pu Luong Off-road Motorcycle Tour 3 Days – 2 Nights

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

This 3 day motorcycle tour from Hanoi is the choice for riders which is customized for both on and off-road riders. We mostly ride on the beautiful back-roads to remoted beautiful hill tribe villages where we will stay with the local family. If you are looking for an on and off-road motorbike tour from Hanoi. […]

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Are you stylish?

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

We know that the arranged tours are quite boring sometime if  you take them  as the others do. But what would you think if we offer you another way to explore the land you visit? Naturally, most of us are “the honored members of Conservative party”, we ourselves are not always ready to try anything new […]

Working Women of Hanoi Exhibition

by ViF - The Scribe @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

The streets of Hanoi are alive with traders, couriers and incredible cooks, the vast majority women. In celebration of International Women’s Day, drop by to enjoy our exhibition of photos taken by participants on our recent Working Women of Hanoi workshop, as well as special guest […]

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The Winner of our LeapFrog Epic Tablet Giveaway is...

The Winner of our LeapFrog Epic Tablet Giveaway is...

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Congrats to the winner of our LeapFrog giveaway. 

Ho Chi Minh vs Hanoi: 6 highlights and you’ll get your perfect choice

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Finding reasons to love Vietnam is not a difficult task, especially when you look at the charming landscapes, sprawling beaches, mesmerizing mountains and unique scenery only found in Vietnam. With all this, it is easy to forget the big cities of Vietnam, such as Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. We are going to compare and […]

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Local news doesn't have a profit problem, corporations do

by @ NBC News Top Stories

In November, the FCC under Ajit Pai voted to eliminate longstanding restrictions on media ownership, paving the way for massive corporations to control a larger share of the media market. Margot Susca from American University joins us to explain what's at stake.

Housesitting Diaries: An Intruder

Housesitting Diaries: An Intruder

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

OMG I can't believe this happened. It is a hilarious story to tell NOW but it definitely freaked us out. Can you guess who the intruder was? Estimated Read Time: 3 Minutes

‘Assassination Nation’ Sells to Neon and the Russo Bros. for $10 Million-Plus — Sundance 2018

by Jenna Marotta @ IndieWire

Writer-director Sam Levinson's second feature generated the biggest price tag yet at the 34th annual Park City film fest.

Charming Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Chiang Mai is one of the gems of Northern Thailand’s dense jungle region The jungles of Northern Thailand are still a mysterious and wild place to visit, however a traveler can hang his hat in Chiang Mai while enjoying modern first-world comfort For all my blog entries in Thailand, check out the blog: Click Here […]

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Đồ Sơn Dreaming

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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Craft Beer Vietnam

by Clickable Temp @ Wide Eyed Tours

Craft Beer Vietnam is here and it’s here to stay. Last week we at Wide Eyed Tours had the pleasure of experiencing the Hanoi Original Craft Brewery tour,  the first of its kind, and they knocked it out of the park! On the way our tour guide Brian told us about the history of beer in […]

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Milne Bay 75th Anniversary

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Vietnam War Photographer Malcolm Browne

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

Burning Monk Iconic Photos from The Vietnam War Revisited 2018 will mark the 50 year anniversary of the Tet Offensive, and the beginning of the end of US involvement in the Vietnam War. The NVA and Viet Cong’s co-ordinated attack during Lunar New Year may have […]

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Sessions, Comey interviewed by Mueller's team in Russia probe

Sessions, Comey interviewed by Mueller's team in Russia probe

by Ken Dilanian and Julia Ainsley and Pete Williams and Hallie Jackson @ NBC News Top Stories

The special counsel's investigators have spoken to both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump.

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Imagined as ‘Kill Bill’-Esque Action Extravaganza — Watch

by Kevin Yang @ IndieWire

The classic series is recut and reimagined in the distinct style of the popular director.

Hot Shots from Ho Chi Minh – Part Two

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest city and has huge buildings, awesome nightclubs and a vibrant culture. Southeast Asia feels like a totally different world for western travelers, however Ho Chi Minh City is undergoing a renaissance complete with an influx of professionals from the west. Here are a couple of my favorite little […]

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Mrs. Maria Pitney & Family

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Customer: Mrs. Maria Pitney & Family Country: Australia   Tour Name: Highlights of Vietnam & Cambodia Hi Jason, Thank you for the photo and for organizing an excellent holiday for us. All the hotels were lovely. The Halong Bay cruise was the highlight of our trip. The Paradise Peak was fantastic! All the tour guides […]

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In the Lab: iKross 47

In the Lab: iKross 47" Tripod Unboxing and Review (Plus Video)

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

What is the best affordable tripod out there? I'm on a quest to find one that is affordable and durable enough to survive frequent travel. Check out my review of the iKross 47" tripod and adapters. Estimated Read Time: 6 Minutes

Nine things we learned from the government shutdown

Nine things we learned from the government shutdown

by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann @ NBC News Top Stories

Democrats had less leverage than many of them believed, and other lessons from the weekend's shutdown showdown.

The Best Child Actors on TV Right Now – IndieWire Critics Survey

by Hanh Nguyen @ IndieWire

From "Stranger Things" to "Better Things" and beyond, these young actors may not be grown up yet, but they bring adult-sized performances.

Chillin in Ho Chi Minh City – Part One

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s former capital and one of the funnest cities in Southeast Asia!  A backpacker’s paradise, Ho Chi Minh City has everything a traveler is looking for – interesting history, amazing nightlife, vibrant culture, good shopping and of course, it’s cheap! For all my travel blog posts on Vietnam: Click Here […]

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A perfect itinerary for your two-day Mekong Delta tour suggested by a local

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

The Mekong Delta, otherwise known as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, is a colourful display of various shades of green. Here in this water world, boats float in the lazy rivers, buffalos wander in the rice fields and ripe fruits adorn the trees. It is also here that visitors will get a true taste of […]

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Cu Chi Vietnam War Tunnel Tour By Bus

Cu Chi Vietnam War Tunnel Tour By Bus


Vietnam Real Tour

Cu Chi tunnel system was built by the Communist guerrilla troop knows as Viet Cong during the Vietnam War to combat the American colonial and South Vietnamese force. The system is of over 220 km of tunnels became a legendary and special architecture lying deeply underground. The tunnels were a function, including a lot of trap doors, storage facilities, specially constructed living areas, hospitals, command centers & kitchens. Nowadays, Cu Chi tunnel became very popular for both of Vietnamese and foreign travellers.

Ms. Liza & Family

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Customer: Ms. Liza & Family Country: Philippines Tour Name: Essence of Vietnam Good afternoon! Im very, very sorry for replying this late (I’ve only checked my email just now). Yes, we have all arrived safely. The tour guides, especially the one in Ho Chi Minh City, were all very informative, friendly and accommodating. The trip […]

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Sderot, Israel, and the Gaza Border

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Sderot, Israel, is one of the most troubled cities on Planet Earth There are few places in the world that suffer as much terror and missile fire as Sderot, Israel For more posts on Israel: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from Sderot, Israel: Click Here The “Bomb Shelter Capital of the World” in Israel is […]

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Capturing the Corpses, Lakes & Prisons of Hanoi, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Gorgeous lakes, Communist shrines, French-inspired colonial architecture and a sprawling modern city make Hanoi, Vietnam, a must-see city in Southeast Asia From the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the Hanoi Hilton to the brand-new buildings of downtown Hanoi, Vietnam, the capital is alive with economic progress while maintaining strong ties to its roots. For all my […]

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‘Beirut’ Review: Jon Hamm Stars in Standard-Issue Spy Thriller From Resurrected Tony Gilroy Script — Sundance 2018

by Kate Erbland @ IndieWire

Nearly thirty years in the making, the Tony Gilroy-penned spy movie casts Hamm as a former diplomat forced to mediate a hostage situation that hits close to home.

‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ Review: Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning Find Each Other in a Post-Apocalyptic Slog — Sundance 2018

by David Ehrlich @ IndieWire

Reed Morano's second feature is an admirably bold but aggravatingly banal story about the loneliness of living with other people.

Off the Beaten Tracks in Hanoi

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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City field: Democratic mayors emerge as hot prospects for 2020

City field: Democratic mayors emerge as hot prospects for 2020

by Adam Edelman and Jonathan Allen @ NBC News Top Stories

Bill de Blasio. Eric Garcetti. Mitch Landrieu. Pete Buttigieg. Now, they make sure the trash gets picked up. Soon, they might compete for the presidency.

Mr. Mudith & Family

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Customer: Mr. Mudith & Family  Country: Sri Lanka Tour Name: Highlights of Vietnam & Laos Dear Jason, Compliments of the season and wish you all the best for year 2017 . First of all extremely sorry for the late reply , We arrived safely and back at work , this was the reason why we […]

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October Recap: Ups, Downs, and In-betweens

October Recap: Ups, Downs, and In-betweens

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

November got here so fast! Catch up on all the ups, downs, and in-betweens from last month. Estimated Read Time: 3 Minutes

New Guinea Campaign 75th Anniversary

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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B-17: Mighty Fortress…tail gunner worked offense and defense.

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

Aviation enthusiast Steve Groff offers a “fragment” of the many improvements made for the position of the tail gunners…who multi-tasked between offense and defense.  The tail gunner was charged to communicate to the bombardier on the success of his bomb drops, report to the rest of the crew on other planes in the formation, brave frigid wind blasting […]

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Honeymoon in Style in Koh Phangan, Thailand

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

If you’re looking for an unforgettable honeymoon or vacation with a partner, look no further than Koh Phangan, Thailand The islands of Thailand may no longer be secret getaways, however they are just as romantic and luxurious as ever! And even if you are looking to travel in style but want to save a bit of […]

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Exploring Authentic Hoi An, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

There are few pristine travel destinations left like Hoi An, Vietnam. Brilliant architecture, perfect canals, clean coastline with immaculate sandy beaches and more history than you can shake a stick at make Hoi An, Vietnam, a gem of Southeast Asia. For all my travel blog posts on Vietnam: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos […]

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A Crazy Trip to Kuang Si Waterfall in Laos

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Kuang Si Waterfall is a jungle paradise and a crazy trip On the way to the Kuang Si Waterfall, we passed two massive water buffalo dead on the street and another monster which squared us down. For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Luang Prabang: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Vang Vieng: […]

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War remenant museum virtual tour - Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon, Vietnam)

War remenant museum virtual tour - Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon, Vietnam)


Vietnamitas en Madrid - tourist information about Vietnam and Southeast Asia

Virtual visit to the museum of the vestiges of the war in Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City. We travel with videos and photos of the museum of war relics (Renmants War Museum) Saigon (Vietnam).

Cu Chi Tunnels and Saigon Underground City Tour | Les Rives

Cu Chi Tunnels and Saigon Underground City Tour | Les Rives


Les Rives

Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels by boat and explore the secret places of Saigon connected with Indochina and Vietnam Wars by motorbike in our underground city tour

Beautiful Views at Taung Pulu Monastery

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Taung Pulu Monastery is one example of the many hidden gems of Yangon “Off-the-beaten-path” is la régulière for seasoned travelers in Southeast Asia’s largest continental country and to find the Taung Pulu Monastery you’ll need to be determined and adventurous. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Taung Pulu Monastery: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my trip […]

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Ho Chi Minh City Walking Tour – You’ll find it’s more than a modern city

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Ho Chi Minh City – also known as Saigon – is no longer a strange destination for travellers visiting Vietnam. Arriving at Tan Son Nhat Airport, you are free to venture and explore a number of destinations in Vietnam, but believe me, don’t mistake Ho Chi Minh as another sprawling modern city without personality. With […]

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The mysterious tale of Hoi An’s Cao Lau

by HAE Marketing @ Hoi An Express Travel

Hoi An’s legendary Cao Lau is shrouded in mystery. Amazingly, despite being the signature noodle dish of Vietnam’s hippest heritage town, both its origins and essential ingredients are unknown to almost everyone. The sweet and smoky broth of Cao Lau shows more than a hint of Chinese-style flavouring and the name is rumoured to be […]

Inside Scoop: Kinn Guesthouse Weaves Affordable Luxury with Midwestern Charm

Inside Scoop: Kinn Guesthouse Weaves Affordable Luxury with Midwestern Charm

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

This Airbnb / hotel hybrid is my latest travel obsession (and one of the first of its kind in Milwaukee). Estimated Read Time: 8 Minutes

Guillermo del Toro on Why the Masturbation Scene in ‘The Shape of Water’ Is so Vital: Awards Season Spotlight Profile

by Jude Dry @ IndieWire

"We are used to either never depicting female sexuality, or depicting it in a glamorized, artificial way," said the Oscar nominated director.

Top 6 Mirrorless Camera For Travel Photography

by Hang Le @ Holiday Bays

The mirrorless camera revolution is in full swing. With the growing number of lens and accessory options and the constantly improving quality of mirrorless cameras available, there’s never been a better time to join the bandwagon. Mirrorless cameras are some of the best choices for travel photography because of the combination of three important factors: […]

Why After Nearly 2 Years of Searching for a New Home, We are Still Nomads

Why After Nearly 2 Years of Searching for a New Home, We are Still Nomads

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

We've been avoiding this question for a while in an effort to find an answer that will please everyone, but here's the truth.  Estimated Read Time: 5 Minutes

Germany Battlefield Tours

by Daniel @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Lunch in “Tomb City”

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

Have heard about it and thought I was prepared, but still it surprises me when seeing it in person. This is a rare place, “where the dead rest in a much better place than when alive”. Travelling 35km from Hue, we reached  An Bang village by noon (this used to be a poor fishing village […]

Wild Motorbike Ride to the Peak of Monkey Mountain, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang is one of the most picturesque places I’ve had the chance to travel to. Taking a motorbike up to the top of Monkey Mountain is a must for travelers passing through central Vietnam.  Monkey Mountain on the Son Tra Peninsula rises 850 meters (about 3,000 feet) above the city […]

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Photo Journal: Vietnam War Tour in HCMC

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Vietnam War officially ended in 1975 but its legacy still cuts deep in the Far East. “History is written by the victors” is the famous quote by Winston Churchill and that rings true more so in Vietnam than anywhere else. This photo journal will cover three important locations of the Vietnam War in relation […]

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Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels Provides a Chilling Peek into the Vietnam War

Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels Provides a Chilling Peek into the Vietnam War


O. Christine

Learn about the Vietnam War with a Cu Chi Tunnels tour. Read about my experience there and check out chilling photos of what remains.

Top destinations for getting off the tourist track in Vietnam

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

If Vietnam is considered as a treasure, we will surely have so much to dig for. For such a small […]

Exploring Vietnam's History | Jacada Travel

Exploring Vietnam's History | Jacada Travel


Jacada Travel

Uncover Vietnam's fascinating history, with a focus on the American conflict, and experience the country's emergence into the 21st century on this 12-night luxury tour. Begin in bustling Hanoi, learning about its journey from being the capital of an independent North Vietnam to the unification in 1975. Meet a local veteran for a first hand insight into life in Hanoi during the war, visit the infamous 'Hanoi Hilton' and wander the extensive Army Museum. You'll also spend a day out of the city boating down the incredible rivers of Trang An. Venture south to Hue, an ancient imperial capital that saw some of the most intense fighting of the Vietnam War. Tour the sight of famous battles near the DMZ such as Hamburger Hill and Khe Sanh. Follow the coast down to the beautiful old town Hoi An close a stretch of sand known as China Beach to Americans sent here on R&R. End with three nights in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, contrasting the remnants of the Vietnam War such as the Cu Chi Tunnel System and Reunification Palace with ancient pagodas, French colonial architecture and gleaming skyscrapers on in depth private tours.

Vietnamese cuisine

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

When you are on holiday, beside the visits to the famous sites, tasting the local foods is always an interesting experience and for many travellers, that is the main reason of their trips. More and more people know about Vietnamese foods all over the world and want to try it, of course nowhere better than trying […]

The Winner of Our SpaFinder Giveaway is...

The Winner of Our SpaFinder Giveaway is...

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Guess who won our Spafinder Wellness gift card giveaway? Estimated Read Time: < 1 Minute  

Cambridge, Princeton, Bletchley Park…acclaimed but condemned

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

During our 2017 May Tour,  Bomber Boys of the Royal Air Force & United States Army Air Force, we visit Bletchley Park, a quiet estate northwest of London, where civilians achieved one of the greatest accomplishments of WWII.  Brilliant cryptologist Alan Turing and his team of mathematicians toiled in prefabricated wooden bungalows behind the estate […]

A guide on choosing a hotel around Hanoi Old Quarter

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Choosing a hotel for your holidays always takes time. Especially when you have a long list of places to visit, you have to book a hotel that is easy for you to commute. When in Hanoi, due to its complicated traffic system and the position of famous tourist attractions, you should book a hotel around […]

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Best Time To Travel

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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5 best rooftop bars in Ho Chi Minh City for a glamorous night with a view

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

If you want to enjoy Ho Chi Minh City night life at its best, don’t forget to visit a rooftop bar, overlooking the vibrant city. These are great places to meet friends to share the views with. Here are our 5 go to rooftop bars in Ho Chi Minh City. The Social Club & Pool […]

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Travel Secrets: How Housesitting Can Help You Travel the World

Travel Secrets: How Housesitting Can Help You Travel the World

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

I am enjoying gorgeous housing in desirable destinations -- for no accommodation costs! Learn more about how free house and petsitting works. Estimated Read Time: 5 Minutes

Really Cool Stuff To Do In Vietnam

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

This week we will offer you some really cool stuff to do in Vietnam that you won’t find in other ‘mainstream’ itineraries. We have so much fun researching these activities so we know you love them too. There is something for every type of you: beer drinkers, adrenaline junkies, families, foodies and explorers. Check out […]

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Shooting Fire at the Da Nang Dragon Bridge

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Da Nang Dragon Bridge is a symbol of the resurgence of Central Vietnam both culturally and economically. The fire-breathing Da Nang Dragon Bridge is located in the heart of Danang and spans the length of the Han River a whopping 666 meters (2,185 ft). For all my travel blog posts on Vietnam: Click Here For all […]

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Prosecutors to seek death penalty in Tampa serial killings

Prosecutors to seek death penalty in Tampa serial killings

by Daniella Silva and Tracy Connor @ NBC News Top Stories

Prosecutors announced Tuesday that they will seek the death penalty against the suspect in a series of fatal shootings in Tampa, Florida.

Oscar nods include milestones and some notable snubs

Oscar nods include milestones and some notable snubs

by Daniel Arkin @ NBC News Top Stories

As usual, there were Oscar snubs and surprises: Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele scored. James Franco was locked out.

Nine Years on the Road (30th November 2008 – 30th November 2017)

by Kirsty & Mark @ Kathmandu & Beyond

Some musings from nine years of full-time travel A few days ago we put a post on Facebook announcing the anniversary of our ninth year of full-time travel. By our standards, the post did very well and we got a lot of engagement from it. It was encouraging to see comments from a wide range […]

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Mr. Benidictus & Group (Lao Lao Tours)

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Customer: Mr. Benidictus & Group (from Lao Lao Tours) Country: Indonesia Tour Name: Travel to Vietnam Dear Mr Jason We just got feedback from them . Overall, they are satisfied with your service ( thanks Mr Jason ). but, for tour guide in Hanoi ( Ms Hoa ) , they are not satisfied. But they are […]

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Hoi An Beachside On Sale

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

Nestled on the coast of the Hoi An ancient city lies the sublime villages of An Bang and Tan Thanh. Bustling with character these quaint beachside areas are the perfect location for a much needed break that won’t break the bank. Conveniently situated near Da Nang International airport, An Bang is the ideal for a […]

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“no drunk, no go home”

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

These days we have to go to school to learn about the hospitality, but to the minority groups, it is in their DNA. We have been visiting homes of many hill tribal groups in Vietnam and so far they never disappoint us. A very common saying you will hear there is: “No drunk, no go home” They […]

Building a WWI Tank from Scratch

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Laos Photo Essay: Luang Prabang-Vang Vieng

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Traveling by “VIP” bus from northern to southern Laos through unpaved jungle roads and picturesque mountainous passes makes the perilous journey all the more pleasurable 170 kilometers (105 miles) is the pittance of a distance that separates the Laotian cities of Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng. In Laos, however, that’s a five-and-a-half hour journey. On the “new” […]

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Beyond the Big Top: a Ringling’s Sarasota Legacy

Beyond the Big Top: a Ringling’s Sarasota Legacy

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

While vacationing in Sarasota, I stopped by the home of the famous John Ringling and toured the museum of art he and his wife created. Read more about the experience and enjoy the amazing photos.  Read Time: 5 Minutes

Cartagena de Indias: Retreat to One of South America's Most Well-Preserved Cities

Cartagena de Indias: Retreat to One of South America's Most Well-Preserved Cities

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Missed our group trip to Cartagena de Indias, Colombia? Here are some fun photos and details of our Cartagena in Color getaway with O. Christine Retreats. Estimated Read Time: 6 Minutes

5 Magnificent Historical Places to Visit in China

by Guest Author @ Holiday Bays

Are you considering to visit China? If you do, you will never go wrong with this wonderful country! Rich in culture and historic places, the Chinese people are deeply hospitable. With the country’s amazing scenery and spectacular landmarks, it is definite that travelers will always be entertained for the duration of their stay. China is […]

Weather and how to explore Hanoi in January

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam and is home to around eight million people, which is over 8 percent of Vietnam’s overall population. This area of Asia has a tropical climate with hot, humid weather in Summer but it is completely different in Winter, the temperature sometimes goes down to 8°C. The best weather […]

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French Battlefield Tours

by Daniel @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Myanmar vs. India AFC Football at the Thuwanna

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Yangon’s Thuwanna Stadium played host to the FIFA AFC Football Qualifier between the White Angels and the Blue Tigers The 2017 FIFA AFC Football Asian Cup Qualifier match between Myanmar and India was played on March 28th at the Thuwanna Stadium in Yangon and ended in a 1-0 result for the visiting team. For all the high-resolution […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Camping With Kids

by Hang Le @ Holiday Bays

What can be a better memory for a child than to go camping? Most of the adults still recall their childhood experience of family days somewhere in nature, however, still afraid to take their own kids camping. To get rid of this fear and make your trip safe, comfortable and enjoyable, we prepared 10 tips, […]

“The 2017 Top 10 Cities in Asia” List of Travel+Leisure honors many Southeast Asian Destinations

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

Instead of sprawling and futuristic cities, the 2017 World Best City list seems to focus much more on traditional towns […]

National D-Day Memorial: Veteran remarked “our stripes didn’t look like that”

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

The National D-Day Memorial sits on a bluff overlooking the town of Bedford, Virginia.  Bedford sustained the highest per capita D-Day losses than any other town in America ….a town of 3,000 lost nineteen “boys” serving with the 116th Regiment of the 29th ID.  Three more were lost within days. “The ultimate D-Day sacrifice.”  Alex Kershaw, […]

Sundance 2018: A Slow Marketplace For Commercial Movies is Good News for a Festival Overwhelmed By Hype

by Eric Kohn @ IndieWire

Just because the sales have been slow doesn't mean the program isn't loaded with quality.

“Images of War” Vietnam War Photography Workshop

“Images of War” Vietnam War Photography Workshop


Vietnam in Focus - Photo Tours

Explore Vietnam's iconic images war. Revisit China Beach, DMZ, Hue, Saigon. Locations shot by famous combat photographers like Larry Burrows and Eddie Adams

Halong Bay 1 Day Trip

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Halong Bay (Day Trip) Experience one of Vietnam’s top attractions, the World heritage listed Ha Long bay, on this day tour with Vietnam Motorbike Tour Asia crew. Enjoyable journey cross the bay on board this Vietnamese-style junk and feast on fresh seafood bought from local fishermen, visiting one of the gorgeous caves in this area, […]

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Our visit to Kampong Ayer in Brunei

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

A little bit about the floating villages of Bandar Seri Begawan Looking back at the photos we posted during our recent visit to one of Asia’s tiniest nations*, you might be forgiven for thinking that Brunei’s only attraction is its imposing mosques. Fact geeks: The Maldives is the smallest country in Asia and Singapore is […]

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Top 5 exciting shopping experiences in Hanoi

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Besides visiting famous places or trying authentic cuisine, shopping is one of the activities everyone should have on their list while traveling. Hanoi offers so many shopping options for any kind of interests. Find out more what you buy and where to shop in Hanoi. Hanoi Shopping Malls Keangnam Hanoi  Shopping malls are the best […]

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Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide 2018 | Ho Chi Minh City Tourism - KAYAK

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide 2018 | Ho Chi Minh City Tourism - KAYAK


KAYAK

Planning to visit Ho Chi Minh City? Discover how to get there, where to stay, what to do, where to eat and more, in the best guide to Ho Chi Minh City, from KAYAK.

Top 4 War Sites and Battlefield Tours in Southern Vietnam

Top 4 War Sites and Battlefield Tours in Southern Vietnam


Holiday Bays

I visited Vietnam – an S-shaped country – for many times but this trip gives me a different view of history. Here are the 4 war sites I went to that fascinated me.

When to visit Vietnam?

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

As Vietnam is a tropical country so weather is always a thing to think about before you make plan to visit it. To provide you some information about its weather, we will divide the country into three main regions, so it will be easier for you to follow. The South (Saigon, Mekong Delta, Muine and Nha […]

Tsunami alerts canceled for West Coast after massive quake

by Alastair Jamieson and Erik Ortiz and Alexander Smith and Emily Pandise @ NBC News Top Stories

A tsunami watch issued for coastal areas from Washington state to California was canceled nearly three hours after a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska.

Vietnam War Sites of Interest

Vietnam War Sites of Interest


TripSavvy

A south-to-north tour of Vietnam War sites, like Hue and Hoi An. Learn more about historic Vietnam War sites of interest to visit on your trip to Vietnam.

Mrs. Elaine Ooi & Family

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6 Reasons Not To Visit Hoi An

by HAE Marketing @ Hoi An Express Travel

Hoi An is a small town that is incredibly diverse. From the travel-back-in-time feeling created in its UNESCO-protected Ancient Town, to its picturesque beaches, romantic rivers and desert-island style Cham Islands; it’s got someone to offer almost everyone. But is it really the right place for you? 1. Don’t visit Hoi An if you don’t […]

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR TRIP IN VIETNAMESE TET HOLIDAY

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

The whole Vietnam is warming up for their most special holiday of the year: Tet, or the Lunar New Year. […]

Street Art in Ipoh, Malaysia

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

If there’s one thing that will lure me to a city, it’s the promise of exceptional street art. We had pinpointed Ipoh as a potential place to break our journey between Singapore and Hat Yai and as I researched what to see in Ipoh, street art kept coming up. And so, Ipoh was firmly on […]

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From soldier's road to tourist highway

From soldier's road to tourist highway


msnbc.com

If relentless American bombing didn't get him, it would take a North Vietnamese soldier as long as six months to make the grueling trek down the jungled Ho Chi Minh Trail. Today, you speed along the same route at 60 mph, past peaceful hamlets and stunning mountain scenery.

Top 5 Thailand destinations in 2017 by Trip Advisor users

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

The largest online community for travelers all around the world- Trip Advisor- has revealed their users’ top favorite places in […]

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: A lakeside retreat 12,600 feet high

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: A lakeside retreat 12,600 feet high

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Can you guess where this high-altitude lakeside getaway is located? Hint: there's a sacred Inca island you can explore nearby. Estimated Read Time: 2 Minutes

Addicts who lived at Florida sober home called 'No Drug Zone' overdosed

Addicts who lived at Florida sober home called 'No Drug Zone' overdosed

by Lisa Riordan Seville and Anna R. Schecter @ NBC News Top Stories

Mikaya Feucht's mother told sober home operator Albert Jones she'd see him in court after her daughter overdosed and died. Jones just pleaded guilty to fraud.

Oscars 2018: The Impact of #MeToo and Sexual Misconduct Allegations on the Awards Race

by Kate Erbland @ IndieWire

From "The Disaster Artist" to "Wonder Wheel," it was inevitable that the Oscars would feel the impact. Here's what shook out on nominations morning.

Ms. Cristina & Group

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The Fantastic Hoi An Temples of Central Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

A day spent visiting the Hoi An Temples are a day well spent in Central Vietnam Buddhist influences are felt far and wide throughout Southeast Asia, but perhaps the most beautiful and unique are the Hoi An Temples. Thanks to a combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and even French architecture notes, the temples are a […]

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Marvelous Marble Mountains of DaNang, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Marble Mountains of DaNang jut out along the flat and pristine Vietnamese coastline and give central Vietnam its spiritual character. The Marble Mountains, Vietnam, are a main attraction for tourists from all over the world, including devout Buddhists who wish to find their inner peace within the grottoes of the intricate cave systems. For all […]

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Throwback to 2004 – London, England

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

A first trip abroad to England included a 6-hour flight and a terror scare! London, England is a brilliant place for a first-time traveler and the ease of which you can move from place to place (not to mention a pretty non-existent language barrier) makes for a great time all around. For all my travel […]

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Former U.S. Embassy in Ho Chi Minh - Attraction in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - Justgola

Former U.S. Embassy in Ho Chi Minh - Attraction in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - Justgola


Justgola

The Former U.S. Embassy compound occupies the same spot that was occupied by the U.S. This is the exact site where the former US Embassy stood throughout the Vietnam War.

Fighting Cocks of Hanoi

by ViF - The Scribe @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

The first rule of Fighting Cock Club is ‘Don’t squawk about F…’ No, actually it’s not clear what the rules are, other than it’s a fight to the death.  Even then, some of the small circle of men surrounding this hastily-constructed ring, or cockpit, in Hà […]

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Where to break the journey between Belgrade and Budapest

by Mark @ Kathmandu & Beyond

Novi Sad, Subotica, Szeged and Kecskemet – four cities worth considering if you have time and want to see more of central Europe I admit that some of our Where to break the journey posts can involve a bit of endeavour when it comes to the transportation side of the planning. Where to break the journey […]

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The Immaculate Rangoon War Cemetery

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Amidst the crowded streets and loud ruckus of day-to-day Yangon, the Rangoon War Cemetery is a welcome reprieve The Rangoon War Cemetery is a perfectly-kept grass rectangle hidden down a dark alley from small street food shops and local car repair joints. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Rangoon War Cemetary: Click Here For […]

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When Is The Best Time To Travel To Vietnam

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

When is the best  season/time to travel to Vietnam? This is a common question we hear very often, and one that is quite tricky to answer. There’s loads of information to be found about it, but being such a long and narrow country, the weather is quite diverse and there is almost no way to […]

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Why Families Are Getting Behind The Camera Instead Of In Front Of It

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

Holiday Snaps: Why Families Are Getting Behind The Camera Instead Of In Front Of It When we think of holiday photos, most of us still imagine the whole family awkwardly posing in front of famous landmarks, often boasting angry sunburn or embarrassing hats. But times are changing and […]

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Koh Phangan’s Top Five Must-See Beaches

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Some of the best beaches in the world are located on the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand Thailand is known for its world-class beaches and travel options. The beautiful beaches of Koh Phangan are world renowned for a reason and here is a list of my top five must-see beaches on the gulf island. For all […]

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Kokoda 75th Anniversary

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Vietnam Motorbike Tour Ho Chi Minh Trail – 11 Days

Vietnam Motorbike Tour Ho Chi Minh Trail – 11 Days


VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

If you are searching information regarding Vietnam Motorbike Tour Ho Chi Minh Trail – 11 Days then you have come to the right place.

Amazing South Vietnam Adventure – 8 Days

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

This is one of the best south Vietnam motorbike tour from Saigon/Ho Chi Minh city. Within only 8 days, you will have chance to visit almost grand central highlands Vietnam and south Vietnam. Especially, it is also the featured motorcycle tour  for both on amazing coastlines Vietnam, mountain and off-road riding. TOUR DETAIL Day 1: […]

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Vietnam War | War Sites in Vietnam

Vietnam War | War Sites in Vietnam


Vietnam Travel Guide

Here you'll find information about some of the main Vietnam War sites which are now visited by tourists to the country.

Gold medalist Shawn Johnson: I wouldn't let my daughter join gymnastics

Gold medalist Shawn Johnson: I wouldn't let my daughter join gymnastics

by Tracy Connor @ NBC News Top Stories

Shawn Johnson won gold in at the 2008 Olympics but now says USA Gymnastics is so broken she wouldn't let a child join the sport.

Ken Burns’s New Documentary “The Vietnam War”

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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Photo Tips – Hanoi

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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Workplace Romances on TV: Why #MeToo Doesn’t Change Things for Shows Like ‘The X-Files’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

by Liz Shannon Miller @ IndieWire

The office is a complicated place to find love, but the love stories we've enjoyed for decades have no resemblance to actual stories of abuse and harassment.

Real Myanmar Nature at Hlawga National Park

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Hlawga National Park is a great way to see some Myanmar nature while in Yangon About an hour and a half north of the hustle and bustle of Myanmar’s largest city and former capital of Yangon is the Hlawga National Park. The jewel of a Myanmar nature preserve is flush with free-roaming monkeys, deer, elephants and […]

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War Remnants Museum - Ho Chi Minh Attractions

War Remnants Museum - Ho Chi Minh Attractions


vietnam-guide.com

The War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City first opened to the public in 1975. Once known as the ‘Museum of American War Crimes’, it's a shocking reminder of the long and brutal Vietnam War.  Graphic photographs and American military equipment are on display. There's

Legacy of Conflict: The Indochina War Trail

Legacy of Conflict: The Indochina War Trail


Khiri Travel

The people of Indochina have seen many decades of disturbances. Colonialists, communists, and despotic leaders have all tried to exploit the wonderful people and their fertile land. Today, new generations are moving forward and borders are once again open to the public. Clients with a special interest in the battles that took place in the [...]

How to choose the right Vietnam War tour

How to choose the right Vietnam War tour


Traveller

Taking a war tour rather than a standard day trip can be the difference between an OK holiday and an unforgettable experience. But how do you choose?

Health & Wellness Inspiration

by Paul Raymore @ Journeys Within Tour Company

Sometimes, the stress of everyday life and the state of the world leaves us thirsting for serenity. Fortunately, it can be found if you just know where to get away to.… CONTINUE READING »

A useful 2 day itinerary for your trip to Ho Chi Minh City

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Most visitors spend around 2 days in Ho Chi Minh city, and although the city has a lot to offer, with a well designed itinerary you can certainly get a good taste of the city lifestyle and make the most of your time here. Here’s a list of things to do for your 2 day […]

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Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery is a place you can’t believe isn’t more famous One of the more unique pagodas in Yangon is the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Monastery, a giant open-air Rakhine-style Gautama Buddha Image which can be seen from miles away. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Kyain Thit Sar Shin […]

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#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: A blissful palace

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: A blissful palace

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

This destination's name translates to "the palace of bliss" -- can you guess where it is located?  Estimated Read Time: 1 Minute

The Mysterious Mitta Oo Pagoda in Myanmar

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Mitta Oo Pagoda is a local temple complex located down the road from the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Pagoda One of the things I love about Myanmar is that the dearth of available information (in English anyway!) on the internet makes travel around the Golden Land so fun and fascinating. The Mitta Oo Pagoda […]

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Long awaited tribute by WWII Vet of Italian Campaign October 2016

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

In 2016, Don Rutter needed a passport to travel to Italy… in 1943, he jumped in with a “dog tag” as his id.   He retraced his steps, across Sicily, Salerno and more of the Italian Campaign.. with many long awaited moments, including this special one at the Commonwealth Cemetery near Siracusa, in Sicily.  

Inside Scoop: Exploring Down Under at Elements of Byron Bay Resort & Spa

Inside Scoop: Exploring Down Under at Elements of Byron Bay Resort & Spa

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Elements of Byron Resort & Spa fuses rural Australia with modern, resort comforts. Estimated Read Time: 5 Minutes

Dalat named one of the ’52 places to go in 2016′ by NY Times

by HAE Marketing @ Hoi An Express Travel

The New York Times recently listed delightful Dalat as one of the top 52 places to go in 2016 citing it as “A cool alternative to the usual steamy Vietnamese destination” and we at Hoi An Express fully endorse this, keep reading to find out our top reasons why!     Le Petit Paris in […]

Top 10 Beach Camping Sites In Victoria, Australia You Need To Know

by Hang Le @ Holiday Bays

If there’s one place I would ALWAYS come back to, it would be the beach. It’s easy to set up camp on any beach with a Camping Lab roof top tent, or to just lounge by the shore while stargazing over the good company and delicious food. From the clear waters to the relaxing views, […]

Magical Maha Wizaya Pagoda

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

 The Maha Wizaya Pagoda is an often overlooked gem located down the road from the Shwedagon Pagoda Yangon is flush with golden pagodas of all shapes and sizes and each is as unique as the previous. The Maha Wizaya Pagoda (Maha Wizara Pyay; on Google Maps: Mahavijaya Pagoda) is no exception, as the interior of […]

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Top 5 hostels for backpackers in Saigon

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Hostels are the way to go for budget-oriented travelers. Visitors can enjoy full of services with small angles, affordable rates. the suggestions below will give you the perfect choice. The Common Room Project Bizarre in concept yet strangely nice in the way it brings it all together, The Common Room Project is where hotel meets […]

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Trump slaps hefty tariffs on solar panels, washing machines

by @ NBC News Top Stories

The administration says the decision is part of Trump's pledge to put American companies and jobs first.

Got a news tip? We want to know about it

Got a news tip? We want to know about it

by @ NBC News Top Stories

Do you have a story to share with us? Did you witness something you think should be reported? Reach out to our journalists by sending in your news tip.

11 Mouthwatering Snacks That You Can Easily Buy In Manila

by Guest Author @ Holiday Bays

Mabuhay! Welcome in the Philippines. You are now here in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Please enjoy your business trip, vacation in hotels and visiting theme parks. Hotel food is expensive and you would like to try the most frequently eaten snacks in the Philippines.  Adobo, Sinigang, Bistek, Bicol Express and many more are […]

Reasons make a Thailand trip be better than any Psychology session

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

The initial purpose of any holiday is getting away from the daily stressful life. Your boss will not stop screaming? […]

Oscars 2018: Transgender Artists and Stories Earn Historic Nominations for ‘Strong Island’ and ‘A Fantastic Woman’

by Jude Dry @ IndieWire

In a watershed year for representation, Yance Ford is the first transgender director of an Oscar-nominated film.

The Mysterious Tomb of Bahadur Shah Zafar

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Tomb of Bahadur Shah Zafar is a stark reminder of the harsh British colonization of  India and Southeast Asia Bahadur Shah Zafar was the last emperor of the Mughal dynasty and his remains have been interned in the land of which he was exiled, modern-day Myanmar. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Tomb […]

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Sapa – Where Heaven Meets The Earth

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Fantastic motorbike tours to Sapa: Brace yourself for unforgetable challenges ahead Being a tourist to Sapa is promisingly one of the best travel experiences you have in Vietnam. However, in case you are longing for something more “unusual”, special, challenging and totally unique, try to ride around Sapa, even to the farthest villages, with motorbike […]

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Dining In The Dark In Saigon

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The city of Saigon on any day is a heady onslaught on all of your senses with its chaotic traffic, tooting horns, street food stalls, neon lights and general excitement around every corner. So to find a dark and silent sanctuary in the centre of this heaving city is heaven to the senses. Down a […]

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Chiang Mai Chow

by Mark @ Kathmandu & Beyond

A (selective) guide on where to eat in Chiang Mai, Thailand Shame on us! We’ve been coming to the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for an extended stay (one month or more) for almost a decade now and from a content-on-our-blog point of view, we have very little to show for it. Apart from […]

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April 29: For Two Jews from Philadelphia – A Personal Holocaust Remembrance Day

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

April 24, 2017 is honored in Israel as Holocaust Remembrance Day…but for two Jewish men in Philadelphia, April 29 is the day that they celebrate a personal Holocaust Remembrance. One, Ernie Gross, born in Europe, the other, Don Greenbaum, in the USA, lived worlds apart until April 29, 1945, when their lives intersected at the […]

Tours of Vietnam

Tours of Vietnam


Duke University Press

Author(s):Scott Laderman,

On the Trail of Vietnam War Heritage in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

On the Trail of Vietnam War Heritage in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)


Kathmandu & Beyond

Discovering Vietnam war heritage in Ho Chi Minh. A self guided walking tour of buildings and locations associated with the war in District 1 and District 3.

Magazine – Vietnam Motorbike Tours

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

TOUR MAGAZINE/ ARTICLES ABOUT VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOUR ASIA Motorbike tours have always been considered the most thrilling and intriguing kind of adventurous tours for speed lovers. Flying thousand miles away to Vietnam, possibly you will be blown away with the irresistibly enormous and outstanding beauty of Vietnam, where you are able to get disposed of cliche […]

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“All grown-ups were once children……….

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

…………………but only few of them (us) remember it.” -Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince Kids don’t hate studying! They just ask for only one “simple” thing: studying and having fun at the same time and if possible, parents should join them! Vietnam is a friendly country for family’s holiday. It offers mountains, beaches, national parks, rich culture and […]

Living “Large” ‘in Luang Prabang, Laos

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

There are few places as beautiful as Luang Prabang, Laos The flight from Chiang Mai, Thailand, to Luang Prabang, Laos, is a short but sketchy one… and well worth the trip. For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Luang Prabang: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Vang Vieng: Click Here To check […]

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Street Art in Hua Hin, Thailand

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

Finding street art and graffiti at an abandoned building in southern Thailand We could have been relaxing on the beach with a book or paddling in the waves, but instead we went looking for abandoned buildings and street art. Known as Thailand’s royal resort, Hua Hin lies about three hours south of Bangkok and is […]

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Two dead, more than a dozen wounded in Kentucky school shooting

Two dead, more than a dozen wounded in Kentucky school shooting

by Ali Gostanian and Corky Siemaszko @ NBC News Top Stories

A 15-year-old male student at Marshall County High School in Benton was taken into custody and faces possible charges of murder and attempted murder, NBC News has confirmed.

Cheap Thrills in Kiev Ukraine

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

A never-ending nightlife and an excellent exchange rate makes for an incredible weekend in Kiev Ukraine It’s chilly in Eastern Europe and even in March you gotta bundle up to head out and about… that is if you can wake up at a respectable hour after partying all night in one of Kiev’s word-famous nightclubs. For […]

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The Extraordinary Plains of Bagan

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The plains of Bagan rival Cambodia’s Angkor Wat in size and scale Perhaps only Cambodia’s more-famous Angkor Wat can rival Myanmar’s Bagan in terms of religious importance, size and scale in southeast Asia. For more information from our Travel Guide on Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: Brilliant Bagan Sunrise in Myanmar: Click Here More on Bagan: Photo Essay: […]

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Vang Vieng is Animal House in Laos

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Jungle parties, rafting on the river, bars and restaurants all around… Vang Vieng is basically the Animal House of Asia “If teenagers ruled the world, it might resemble Vang Vieng” – The New Zealand Herald For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Luang Prabang: Click Here For High-Resolution Photos of my journey to Vang Vieng: Click […]

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Return to Vietnam

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

The last American soldiers left Vietnam in 1973. It was not the happy time there but some of them want to come back once and in March, we hosted one of them. After more than 40 years, this veteran had the chance to revisit Bien Hoa airbase where he stationed from 1967 to 1968. In the […]

In the Lab: Machir Casual Collection Baggage Set (Gear Review)

In the Lab: Machir Casual Collection Baggage Set (Gear Review)

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

New baggage alert! See what collection just came in the lab and my thoughts after testing them. Estimated Read Time: 6 Minutes

North Korean ex-spy who blew up jetliner: Don't trust Kim Jong Un

North Korean ex-spy who blew up jetliner: Don't trust Kim Jong Un

by Bill Neely @ NBC News Top Stories

According to Kim Hyun-hui, Kim Jong Un's regime is using the looming PyeongChang 2018 Olympics to try to separate South Korea from its ally, the United States.

Cambodia So Much More Than Temples

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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Photo Essay: People & Places of Bagan, Myanmar

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The powerful people and picturesque places of Bagan, Myanmar World-renowned and recognized by UNESCO though visited by a fraction of the tourists which make their way to Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Bagan, Myanmar is a must-see for anyone making their way to Southeast Asia. For more information from our Travel Guide on Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: Brilliant […]

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Walking with Elephants in Chiang Mai, Thailand

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Asian Elephants are some of the most amazing, graceful and gigantic creatures on Planet Earth. On a misty morning and up in the high mountains of northern Thailand, I found a herd of formerly-abused Asian Elephants at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. The ensuing shenanigans made for possibly the most fun day of my two week-long northern […]

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Mr. Jan Roness & Family

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Customer: Mr. Jan Roness & Family  Country: Norway Tour Name: Vietnam Beach Vacation Dear Mr. Jason, We have returned after a long – but pleasant flight. We experienced a lot – and we found the tour interesting.  However – to sell this as a beach tour is misguiding – as the only place where we […]

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Stunning Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda is a magnificent work of art located in Yangon One of Yangon’s more unique pagodas, Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda looms behind several large trees on Shwedagon Pagoda Road. For more information from our Travel Guide on the Sein Yaung Chi Pagoda: Click Here For all the high-resolution photos from the Sein Yaung Chi […]

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Still wonder if a Mekong Delta day tour worth it? Read this first. - Inspitrip Blog

Still wonder if a Mekong Delta day tour worth it? Read this first. - Inspitrip Blog


Inspitrip Blog

I arrived in Ho Chi Minh City on a national holiday weekend. One of the best memories of my trip was a Mekong Delta day tour I took with a local insider

Can a fungus from WWII fix our crumbling infrastructure?

Can a fungus from WWII fix our crumbling infrastructure?

by David Freeman @ NBC News Top Stories

Researchers say adding fungal spores to concrete gives it the ability to repair itself.

Ha Giang – Truly Bikers Paradise

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Ha Giang By Motorcycle, a new trend for travelers to Vietnam Back to the old day, Ha Giang is not listed in the to-travel-list of wanderers. But nowadays, the extraordinary beauty of this Northernmost province of Vietnam has made it become totally attractive to exploration lovers. And if you desire to experience it thoroughly, a […]

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Visas Guide Southeast Asia

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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Visiting Ukraine’s Tunnel of Love

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

You know when you see pictures of something and become so obsessed with seeing it, that when you finally do it turns out to be a total letdown? Or I am the only one with a serious case of FOMO? To say I was obsessed with visiting the Tunnel of Love is a tad overdramatic […]

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Vietnam Motorbike Riding License

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Coming to Vietnam for a bike tour and wondering can foreigner rider ride motorbike in Vietnam without driving License or if  an international license valid in Vietnam or how does it work? Firstly, none of foreign driving licenses is valid in Vietnam, including your home country license. However, we don’t require a motorbike driving license to hire our […]

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#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: An Ancient South Asian City

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: An Ancient South Asian City

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Have you been to this well-preserved ancient city in South Asia? Estimated Read Time: 2 minutes

Mr. Peter & Family

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Customer: Mr. Peter & Family Country: New Zealand & UK Tour Name: Highlights of Vietnam & Sapa Extension  Dear Mr Jason, We have all arrived back home safely thank you. It was nice to meet you too. Thank you for taking the time to come meet us, and for the photo. We all enjoyed our holiday very […]

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Things to do in Vietnam

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

Hope that this  could provide you with some ideas about what to do when you have plan to visit Vietnam in future Trying local cuisine When Gordon Ramsay visited Vietnam, he said: “you don’t need to be the rich to have delicious meals here,  local food is just amazing”. We strongly recommend you to try […]

How To Avoid Travel Scams In Vietnam

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Like anywhere on this planet, scams are VERY common when you go traveling to other countries. At Vietnam Motorbike Tour Asia here we lists some of the most common travel scams when you are on lifetime holiday in this amazing part of the world. To be honest, travel scams are more popular in a developing […]

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Slow and Boring House

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

This Zen House is the worst place; offers the worst experience to people like us, who are always on the move and believe there is no better way to survive in this cruel world. Don’t come to visit this quiet, “boring” Zen House as I know you would not apreciate the things they offer there. Anyway, […]

Anniversary Tours

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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TOP LOCAL FOOD IN HANOI

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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Tips Traveling Around Europe in a Motorhome

by Guest Author @ Holiday Bays

Have you made a decision to travel through Europe in a motorhome? Still struggling with ‘how to prepare’ for the journey? Then this article is a must read for you, as it includes some important hacks and tips you should know before starting your journey. Europe is an amazing place to visit as it offers […]

Top 5 Vietnam hotspot for travelers in 2017 which you have not known

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

So another “up-and-down” year has come to an end. We all gained some, lost some, and with people whose passion […]

Oscar Nominations Scoreboard: 2018 Academy Awards Nominees Number By Film & Distributor

by Chris O'Falt @ IndieWire

Fox Searchlight leads the pack with 20 nominations for "The Shape of Water" and "Three Billboards," but Focus Features surprised when "Phantom Thread" and "Darkest Hour" landed 6 nominations apiece.

‘The Vietnam War’: How Vietnamese Women Saw Combat and Got Involved in Other Harrowing War Efforts

‘The Vietnam War’: How Vietnamese Women Saw Combat and Got Involved in Other Harrowing War Efforts


IndieWire

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick discuss details of the documentary, which continues to air at nightly on PBS through Thursday.

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: Diving in the World's Clearest Water

#TravelTuesday Photo Spotlight: Diving in the World's Clearest Water

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Can you guess where these divers are exploring? Hint: it's some of the world's clearest water and a beach goer's bucket list dream. Estimated Read Time: 1 Minute

Day Turner – gold lettering sets his headstone apart

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

March 25  – National Medal of Honor Day Like the dog tags they wore, the alabaster crosses marking the graves of our military dead are equal, regardless of rank or branch of service.  Only the gold lettering sets apart the headstones of those whose service was deemed “above and beyond the call of duty.” At the American […]

Riding Motorbikes in Halong Bay, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Meeting a friend from Israel in Vietnam? Time to take the bikes out for a proper ride in Halong Bay, Vietnam Halong Bay, Vietnam, is a top travel destination which draws tourists from all over the world to its lush limestone mountains which jut violently from the sea. What few realize is that a whole […]

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8 Marketing Ideas Every Travel Agency Should Do To Boost Business

by Nguyen @ Holiday Bays

The scope in the tourism industry is increasing and people are exploding towards it. It is no new concept that people love to travel to new places to have some fun, learn new things, culture and lifestyle. With this trend growing at its highest pace, things are quite profitable in the tourism industry. There is […]

Vietnam War Tours | Vietnam Tours for Military Veterans

Vietnam War Tours | Vietnam Tours for Military Veterans


www.holidayinvietnam.com

Vietnam War Tours are designed for Vietnam war veterans, their family members, friends and those interested in visiting the former battlefields of Vietnam.

Our 2017 Travel Review in Photographs

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

And a preview of what’s on our travel agenda for 2018 Oops, we did it again! On not slowing down… 2017 saw us pass our 9-year travelversary but didn’t see us slow down very much! We stayed in a handful of places for a week which, to be honest, is quite an achievement for us!  […]

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This Snack Guide is Perfect for Your Next Road Trip

This Snack Guide is Perfect for Your Next Road Trip

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

A devastating diagnosis led me to create this simple healthy snack guide -- perfect for road trips! Estimated Read Time: 2 Minutes

Vietnam travel: History and horror on show at Vietnam War museums and war sites

Vietnam travel: History and horror on show at Vietnam War museums and war sites


Stuff

I trudge through the jungle, beads of sweat trickling down my face, when gunshots ring out.

Brilliant Bagan Sunrise in Myanmar

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The Bagan sunrise is a must-see in Southeast Asia Thousands of temples dotting the landscape make the Bagan sunrise one of the best in the world. For more information from our Travel Guide on Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: The Extraordinary Plains of Bagan: Click Here More on Bagan: Photo Essay: People & Places of Bagan, Myanmar: Click Here […]

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Gymnastics culture is rotten to the core. Larry Nassar is just the beginning.

Gymnastics culture is rotten to the core. Larry Nassar is just the beginning.

by Joan Ryan @ NBC News Top Stories

I wrote about the systemic child abuse occurring in elite gymnastics in 1995. Why has change taken so long?

The best places in Viet Nam to visit in October & November

by HAE Marketing @ Hoi An Express Travel

Some like it hot, but many don’t! The autumnal months of October and November are the perfect time to visit Vietnam for those who can’t handle the heat.  Autumn is in full-swing and temperatures across the country become comfortably cooler.  Whilst much of the country is wet and stormy at this time of year, it […]

Where to break the journey between Singapore and Penang, Malaysia

by Kirsty @ Kathmandu & Beyond

Interesting places to visit when travelling from Thailand to Singapore We’ll be the first to admit that we’ve somewhat overlooked Malaysia these past few years. As a destination that both of us visited frequently in our early years of backpacking in South East Asia, it’s a bit ‘been there, done that’ for us. I will […]

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Test Page

by Daniel @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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Best restaurants in Hanoi: Wander in the map of tastes

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Hanoi has complex layers of culture to distinguish itself from others big cities in Vietnam. The border between the ancient Hanoi and the Hanoi of modernity and luxury one is not chaotic but unusually remarkable: With a walk down the same street, one can admire an antique Buddhist temple and soon after, the French architecture […]

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Are You Traveling With Your Dogs? Here Are Some Dog Travel Tips

by Guest Author @ Holiday Bays

Traveling with a dog can be stressful. Besides all the basica things you need to know such as how much it costs to fly a dog overseas, pet travel rules and regulations, you also need to know how to take care of your dog during the trip. No one likes that nagging feeling of leaving their […]

A Morning with the Monks of Myanmar

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

I recently had the opportunity to spend a morning with the monks of Myanmar and, as you would imagine, it was an unforgettable experience. Spending a morning with the monks of Myanmar is a must when traveling through the Golden Land. I headed near the Kabar Aye Pagoda for a morning walk with the monks. […]

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The Incredibly Colorful Chua Buu Dai Son Chinese Temple of Da Nang

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

The city of Da Nang in central Vietnam has so much to offer travelers – whether that be backpackers, photographers or regular run-of-the-mill travelers. An afternoon drive along the beach brought me to the Vu Lan Bao Hieu – Chua Buu Dai Son Chinese Temple and I just had to snap some pics. Located along the beach […]

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5 Ways Make You a Responsible Traveler in Thailand

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

After any trip, the experiences collecting on the road obviously means something to your life, but have you ever asked […]

Beyond the ancient streets

by JeepTours-Admin @ Vietnam Jeep Tours Official Site

The ancient streets of Hoi An, lined with Chinese traders’ homes and wooden houses reincarnated as restaurants, cafés, and outlets for local artists, craftsmen and tailors. Explore the beautiful 16th century Japanese Bridge. Hoi An’s unique fusion of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture is well displayed here, in what is arguably Vietnam’s most tourist-friendly town. […]

Olympus OMD field tested in Northern Vietnam

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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The Vietnam War – McNamara’s Wall and those who designed it.

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

“I gave eight years of my life to the Vietnam War, ” writes Frank Tapparo (center in photo) from his home in Arlington, VA, and he regards the first years of his Vietnam service as “…the most interesting assignment in my professional career—and I’ve had some good ones.” Tapparo is one of the Vietnam Veterans […]

Germany Battlefield Tours

by Daniel @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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All aboard the Re-Unification Express

by ViF - The Scribe @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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A Rainy Day in Halong Bay, Vietnam

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Few places in the world are as renowned for its incredible natural formations like the karst limestone mountains of Halong Bay, Vietnam The sheer size, scope and beauty of the natural rock formations of Halong Bay, Vietnam, first captured my imagination several years ago when I caught a glimpse  of them on a television program on the National Geographic […]

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Hoa Lu – Tam Coc – Bich Dong – Ninh Binh – Day Tour

by alanduong @ VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS

Highlights: Discover the beauty Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam during the Dinh and Le dynasties. Vibrant green rice fields dotted with limestone outcrops will impress every visitor to the area. Enjoy a leisurely ninety minute sampan cruise through the caves of Tam Coc, a photographer’s dream with many opportunities at every turn. See […]

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VIETNAMESE TET – WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO WESTERN TRAVELERS?

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

Vietnamese Tet is at the same time with Chinese New Year and is the most important holiday to Vietnamese for […]

What Vietnam Is Like 40 Years After the Fall of Saigon

What Vietnam Is Like 40 Years After the Fall of Saigon


NBC4 Washington

The Vietnam War is a dark chapter in American history. It divided our country. Our service men and women served and sacrificed. There were demonstrations and protests against the war.

Why those corporate bonuses actually aren't great for you

Why those corporate bonuses actually aren't great for you

by Martha C. White @ NBC News Top Stories

What kind of economic impact are President Donald Trump's tax cuts having on corporations' employees and business investments? It depends on whom you ask.

Middle Island – On the Margins in the Heart of Hanoi

by ViF - The Magician @ Vietnam in Focus – Photo Tours

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A Marine is a Marine. No cute nicknames for women Marines…or was there?

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

Enjoy the chuckle!  Attending a breakfast last week, hosted by Veterans Breakfast Club, Pittsburgh, PA, I had the pleasure of sitting beside Ruth Appleton, a WWII Marine.  During the event, Todd DePastino, Executive Director of VBC, inquires about the military names and acronyms given to women in the military during WWII.  Watch more from VBC’s […]

23andMe Ancestry Service: My surprising DNA results

23andMe Ancestry Service: My surprising DNA results

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

I used the 23andMe ancestry DNA service and received some surprising results! Here is why I took the test and my geographic / genetic make up. Estimated Read Time: 6 Minutes

Oscar Nominations 2018 Snubs and Surprises: ‘Phantom Thread’ Rises, James Franco Falls, and More

by Anne Thompson @ IndieWire

From "Get Out" to Denzel Washington to Lesley Manville, this year's Oscar narrative took some surprising turns.

Mr. Zhiming Lu & Family

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Customer: Mr. Zhiming Lu & Family Country: US of America Tour Name: Best of Indochina Jason: Sorry to answer you late. We had spent additional two weeks in China after Indochina trip. We have striven for overcoming the jet lag and flue after came back the home in the US. We have enjoyed the trip […]

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Flashback: Ohio – The Greatest State in the Union

by Phillip Harbor @ Israeli Abroad

Having been born in Troy, Ohio, USA, I may be a bit biased calling my state the Greatest in the Union though it is objectively near the top Of the 50 states, Ohio, USA, is widely-regarded as one of the most typical “American” states. From a demographic to a geographic standpoint, Ohio has so much to offer from […]

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Vietnam War Tour - Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

Vietnam War Tour - Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours


Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

This private Vietnam War Tour explores the American involvement in this long and costly battle that lasted from 1954 to 1975 with the fall of Saigon.

TRAVELING TO VIETNAM DURING TET: YAY OR NAY?

by Marketing ICP @ Indochina Pioneer Tours

You’ll hear several optimistic and pessimistic opinions when you mention your next vacation to Vietnam during Tet Holiday, from your […]

Riding Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh trail

Riding Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh trail


the Guardian

The mountain paths of the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail offer an adventurous alternative to the well-worn coastal route - especially if you travel on the back of a motorbike

Travel Mistakes I've Made As Both A Rookie And Expert Traveler

Travel Mistakes I've Made As Both A Rookie And Expert Traveler

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

What works in one country may not work in another: I'm always learning as I travel and despite having done it for years, I still make some silly mistakes. Estimated Read Time: 5 Minutes

VIETNAM E-VISAS

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The Vietnam government has added Australia to a list of more than 40 countries whose citizens are eligible to apply for an e-visa when entering the nation. Foreign travellers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Netherlands, India and the UAE can now apply and receive Vietnamese visas online, joining the likes of the USA, UK, […]

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Stalingrad 75th Anniversary

by Laura Smith @ Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours

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A greeting from Luxembourg…

by Dog Tag Tours @ Dog Tag Tours

In Luxembourg, during our September 2017 tour, acclaimed historian Roland Gaul will host our group for a reception commemorating the 28th Infantry Division, PA’s National Guard, credited for the liberation of Luxembourg in 1944-45.  Traveling in our group, former 28th ID Commander Major General Wesley “Wes” Craig (2003-05).   Join us for this very special […]

Top 4 Places To Visit While Traveling to Fiji

by Hang Le @ Holiday Bays

Fiji is among those island nations which is constantly on the radar of tourists all over the World. There are quite a few things that are a reason behind its popularity. Be it the sun-soaked beaches, swaying palm trees or the turquoise water of the beaches all are enough to persuade a person to enjoy […]

A Shinto Shrine Guide: 8 Things You Will Find Inside a Shinto Shrine in Japan

by Hang Le @ Holiday Bays

Japan is a country full of marvels and rich with history. Its colorful culture is admired by many. Foreigners and locals travel to different parts of the country just to experience Japanese culture. When you travel to a new country, there will always be things that you are not familiar with. If you go to […]

Cu Chi Tunnels - Vietnam War - HISTORY.com

Cu Chi Tunnels - Vietnam War - HISTORY.com


HISTORY.com

Find out more about the history of Cu Chi Tunnels, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com

Poll: Democrats, Trump to blame for government shutdown

Poll: Democrats, Trump to blame for government shutdown

by Stephanie Perry and John Lapinski @ NBC News Top Stories

Americans blame President Donald Trump and Democrats in Congress about equally for the shutdown, a new NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll finds.

How to Choose (and Plan) a Vacation in 5 Steps

How to Choose (and Plan) a Vacation in 5 Steps

by Olivia Christine Perez @ A Travel and Wellness Blog - O. Christine

Planning your next vacation abroad doesn't have to be a headache. Here is the 5-step routine I use to streamline the vacation selection and planning process. Estimated Read Time: 8 Minutes

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