Asia, the largest and most diverse continent on Earth, is home to an infinite number of places to explore. From the lush tropics of Southeast Asia to the impressive geological landscapes of East Asia and the great mountains and plateaus of Central and South Asia, there is always something new to discover.
Central Vietnam’s largest city of Da Nang is beautifully situated between the sea, mountains, and lush jungle-land. As well as having a host of attractions within the city itself, it’s also a great base for some fabulous excursions. Explore the best day trips from Da Nang with our handy guide.
A mixture of mountains, coastline and city make Da Nang one of Vietnam’s premier destinations. Often visited by travelers on their way south from Hue to Hoi An, it’s a region that has something for everyone. Check out our guide to the city’s most fabulous attractions below.
Vietnam’s coast boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world! From bustling sunspots to deserted coastlines, you’ll find all the best specks on our ultimate road trip. Spruce up your motorbike and get ready for an unforgettable journey.
Vietnam beer is big business! It may surprise travelers that the country is in the top 10 worldwide for beer consumption. Read on to discover the vast array of traditional and modern styles that can be found in Saigon.
Have a day to spend in Hue, Vietnam and wondering what to do? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Vietnam’s former capital is a joy to visit. If you only have 24 hours, check out our travel itinerary below.
Saigon food offers all the Vietnamese classics you could wish for, and several more besides! But if you’re feeling adventurous and looking to eat something distinctly local, here’s a must-try list of weird and wonderful Saigon dishes and where to find them.
Hue is responsible for some of Vietnam’s most famous foods and shouldn’t be missed on any Vietnamese adventure. The city is thought to boast over 1,000 dishes, many of which cannot be found anywhere else. Polish your chopsticks, lick your lips and join our culinary tour of Hue foods right here.
Steeped in its 17th-century trading post history and famous for its old canals, French-colonial houses, and colorful lanterns, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An has withstood the test of time and evolved into one of the most Instagrammable places in Vietnam. Here are the best things to see and do in 24 hours.
Discover one of the world’s oldest freshwater lakes just 10 minutes from Kyoto, Japan. Lake Biwa is Japan’s largest freshwater lake known for significant historic sites along its banks, idyllic resorts and beaches, and abundant wildlife. Read on to find out how to see the best of Lake Biwa in a weekend!