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Hoi An, Vietnam

Historic Hoi An

Hoi An is often called the ‘Venice of Asia’ and from the first second you set your foot in the Ancient Town, you can see why. The city, made up of small alleys and quirky historical building, develops along the Thu Bồn river and is cut through by canals. The chaotic market is busy, full

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Sunrise at Angkor Wat Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Holidays in Cambodia

The best holidays in Cambodia are inclusive of everything that Cambodia has, its ancient temples, its relaxed capital, its cozy beach sanctuaries, its wild jungles and its rough countryside. If you are planning to have a holiday in Cambodia, make sure to fully explore what this amazing country has to offer. If you don’t know

You should visit during the monsoon season!

Stone sized raindrops fell. The monsoon had arrived. We scooted our table away from the road, further under the restaurant’s protective awning. Motorcycles zoomed by. Their drivers, wrapped in solid green, blue, white and yellow rain jackets, splashed waves onto the sidewalk as they sped off like hues of a rainbow racing side by side.

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Exploring Vietnam’s Cu Chi tunnels

As we entered the Cu Chi tunnels, the darkness washed over and drowned us. Our eyes struggled to surface above the blackness. I ran my hands along the tunnel walls, at least I could feel my way through them. The air grew cool as the tunnel opened.  Minh flipped a switch and lightbulbs burned bright.

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Battambang, the hidden gem of Cambodia

Did you know that Cambodia’s second bigger city is Battambang? That’s right, and I bet that the name doesn’t ring a bell. When we think of Cambodia, we think about the incredible temples of Angkor, the bustling capital Phnom Penh or about the beach getaway of Sihanoukville and surrounding islands. Battambang is often out of

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