Located at Diem Phung Thi Villa, 1 Phan Boi Chau, Hue City, Phung Thi Museum is opened daily from 7.30am-11am and 2pm-5pm.

Dong Ba market in Hue city, Vietnam Thursday, January 17th, 2013 - 4:15 PM

Dong Ba Market, located in the eastern corner of the Citadel, near the merger of Dong Ba Canal and Huong River, is one the must see sites in Hue.

Locating in Hocmon District, 10km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, Eighteen hamlets of Betel Garden (Vietnamese: 18 Thon Vuon Trau) still keep the traditional rustic features. The major popular means of transport is horse-drawn carts.

How to Reduce Your Air Travel Costs for Vietnam Thursday, November 29th, 2012 - 7:25 AM

In the last few years, since the start of the global financial crisis, some airlines have gone out of business while others have been forced to reduce their capacity. With fewer airlines and lower capacity, the demand ratio for available seats is obviously higher. As a consequence, airlines are less inclined to reduce the price. Coupled with rising fuel prices, this has meant that the cost of air travel has gone up year on year. Travel chiefs and pundits are not expecting it to change anytime soon.

Preparation for Your Bon Voyage Friday, November 23rd, 2012 - 3:32 PM

If this is your first time traveling outside the United States, there are a few things you need to know before you embark on your trip. For one thing, a passport is required to travel outside the country, even if you are traveling to Mexico or Canada. You also need to know if a visa is required too. Places like Australia require a tourist visa in order for you to enter their country. Their travel visas can be obtained electronically for a low fee.

The Basics of Long-Term Budget Travel Friday, November 23rd, 2012 - 3:24 PM

What Is Budget Travel?

Budget travel is like a strange hybrid between normal, everyday living and taking an extended vacation. The purpose of budget travel is to curb daily costs as much as possible in order to stretch the travel duration to several weeks or even many months. Latin America and Southeast Asia are the most common regions for budget travel, because the day-to-day cost of living is so low that people can explore for 2-3 months for as little as $1000. This form of travel is especially popular among recent high school and college graduates as well as professionals who do remote work online, often known as “digital nomads.”