Hanoi has ordered an end to colorful cafes lining a narrow street with a rail line passing through it, popular with Instagrammers.
Happy Zip Motorbikes offers a dynamite motorcycle driving trip in Vietnam. If you love bikes, this is one not to miss (sponsored content).
Grand Escapades visits and shares a great photo collection of the lovely landscapes of Tam Coc.
Near Da Nang, this amazing bridge is part of the revival of a former colonial vacation area.
Grand Escapades shares some of the memorable sights of Halong Bay, a picturesque collection of Islands some say were created by a dragon.
Join Marilyn Jones for a unique Vietnamese market that she says is "organized chaos" and "a lyrical ensemble of commerce at its best."
Marilyn Jones visits Hoi An, where traders from many cultures have met over long centuries, creating a unique local experience.
Marilyn Jones takes a break from her tour group for a free-style exploration of Hanoi's old center.
Marilyn Jones explores some of the 2,000 islands and islets of Halong Bay, some of them with huge caverns beneath them.
Grand Escapades shares a visit to a few markets in Northern Vietnam, where locals still dress in colorful traditional costumes that make this a photographer's treat!
Ho Chi Minh City up close and personal: Marilyn Jones tours the city on a 3-wheel bike.
The Grey Traveller visits Hanoi, long on her bucket list, and falls so in love with it that it now heads a new bucket list of "where to go back to."
One of the benefit’s of less planning and more wandering is finding places that seem to have been missed by the guidebooks. The Heritage House is one of those, although I now see my Lonely Planet Vietnam guide is almost as ancient...
Vietnam's Phong Nha-Ke Bang cave system will be left undeveloped for tourism, at least until 2030, Plans for a cable car to the area and extensive facilities have been canceled. The cave system, where so far over 300 caves and grottos have been...
Hanoi is full of street food stalls, so we decided to learn where and what to eat from the local professionals. We booked a guide from Hanoi Street Food Tours , and Tu got us started from the moment we met. He is the writer of the food blog Vietnamese...