5 Ways To Travel Smarter In Vietnam, And Have Stories To Tell Back Home

Here’s how to be a tourist in Vietnam, an ever-trending travel destination, without falling into too many tourist traps. People sit along a waterfront as residential and commercial ... Continue Reading →

Homestay provides lasting memory of scenic Vietnam

Top-class hotels and resorts may provide visitors to Vietnam with plenty of options for comfortable trips with high-class facilities and services, but if you really want a local taste ... Continue Reading →

My family’s trip to Phan Thiet, Vietnam

Through Eviva Tour Vietnam, my family had a meaningful holiday and visits the famous tourist destination in Phan Thiet. After the trip I wanted to tell you about the places we visited ... Continue Reading →

My first Đêm Giao Thừa in Vietnam Tet

The Lunar New Year (Tết) holiday can be a reality check for longer term foreign residents in Vietnam like me. No one enjoys donning the tourist label indefinitely. Make an effort ... Continue Reading →
Swedish woman falls in love with Vietnam.

Swedish woman falls in love with Vietnam

Eva Lindskog, a Swedish sociologist, can speak Vietnamese as fluently as her mother tongue. She has actively engaged in sociology and poverty reduction projects for the benefit of Vietnamese ... Continue Reading →

Martin Yan loves Vietnam

World-famous Chinese-American chef Martin Yan is deeply in love with Vietnam and its cuisine, and is willing to promote it to the rest of the world. Yan has recently launched a 26-episode ... Continue Reading →
The stories about deficiency and redundancy

The stories about deficiency and redundancy

With no electricity, Cu Lao Xanh remains an isolated isle which cannot attract tourists. Residents in Cu Lao Xanh, for the last many years, have been dreaming of electricity. A project ... Continue Reading →
Here comes the summer

Here comes the summer

David Nguyen takes his family on an adventurous trip to the wild and stunning beaches of Bai Tu Long Bay on Quan Lan island in the Tonkin Gulf to enjoy the start of the summer holidays. It’s ... Continue Reading →
Hanoi in my eyes

Hanoi in my eyes

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of getting acquainted with a young Vietnamese girl, who exuded intelligence in her quiet confident ways. Our encounter that day had been purely ... Continue Reading →
Steve Jackson

“I hope I will always be welcomed here”

Steve Jackson is a 38 year old communications consultant living in Hanoi. The first time around I was travelling. Sadly, like many others before me, I landed in Hanoi and was scammed ... Continue Reading →
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