Sapa Has Changed – Practicalities To Concern

Let me start with this, Sapa - a hub of cultural diversity combines many of the charming cultural elements of the mountainous regions of the Northern Vietnam. Following closely behind is the undoubtedly incredible landscape, making it a much preferable tourism draw for domestic and international tourists. If you ever fall in love with Sapa, before planning your trip to this lovely town, there are things you’ve got to keep in mind. Read further to understand the practicalities of visiting this major tourist attraction. Practicalities Highway The launching of highway years ago helps Sapa become a much more approachable place to visitors (4hour drive). ... Readmore

8 Lao Dishes You’ve Been Missing

Did you know that the Lao people eat a lot of sticky rice than any other people in the world? Their staple food is namely steamed sticky rice. Moreover, Lao Cuisine is very much alike to Thai and Vietnamese culinary offerings with soup, sticky rice and side dishes making up a meal. Read further for more of Laos’ Cuisine! Khao Niaw (Sticky Rice) As you know by now, sticky rice is a traditional food of Laos. This dish keeps you feeling full all day, because it is really filling. It often contains in a small woven basket and is usually rolled by ... Readmore

What is it like to take a cruise trip in Bai Tu Long Bay?

Hardy anyone travelling to Vietnam will manage to arrive without visiting Ha Long Bay – the UNESCO World Heritage site. Sure it’s on your travel bucket list. However, there is still a lot of discovery to be made in the neighboring regions. In this case, Bai Tu Long Bay is a great alternative to its famous neighbor to get off the beaten track and explore the pristine natural landscape of towering limestone plateau. Similar to Ha Long Bay, it is best explored by cruise. To help you get started, we’ve rounded up some essential information to set sail in Vietnam this ... Readmore

Top 6 Benefits Of Trekking Tours

Everyone knows the health benefits of trekking. However, trekking not only help you moderate exercises, but also exploring additional lands and meet new people. Here are Footprint’s benefits of trekking for each trip. 1. For relaxation and recharging It is the perfect form of exercising, relaxing and almost suitable for anyone. Your mind will be transferred to the open countryside with beautiful views and a lot of backroads. Along the way you will make stops for lunch, take pictures and visit points of interesting routes. You have all the time to relax and take in your surroundings. At the end of the ... Readmore



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