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This is the first time we travel to Vietnam. Upon arrival in Hanoi, we're very impressed to the traffic. The streets are narrow, many motorbikes, cars ... especially at the rush hours. We stayed at a hotel in the center of Old Quarter, it is...More
Any traveler knows that a little local knowledge goes a long way. My mate Phil and I are old hands at exploring Indo-China, including Cambodia, Lao and Vietnam. Nowhere have we found people more helpful, and knowledgeable than Indochina Tourism. Its the little things that...More
We have just returned after our holiday in Vietnam. Although this is not the first time come Vietnam, but it still makes us feel very interesting. Hanoi has some places that you shouldn't miss such as: the Temple of Literature, Museum of Fine Arts, Water...More
Three days in Vietnam's capital can give a great taste for the country's political and cultural history, as well as an opportunity to explore the city's vibrant neighborhoods and food scenes. I have express to watch throngs of people practicing Tai Chi, running, cycling and...More
We had 2 nights in Hanoi and booked the day tour for this city. It's very noisy with a lot of motorbikes, you must very careful when across the road. But it's quite interesting with history, the Old Quarter, street food... Should have a cyclo...More