Trầu cau

If you visit any local markets in Hoi An, it is not difficult to bump into some small stalls of old ladies, selling and munching hard green nuts and leaves, sometimes even spitting out red residue.There are many many foreign friends of Angiee adventures have thrown us lots of questions about these stuff whenever we…

Tò He Hội An

Hoi An is not only known as a famous tourist spot at home and abroad with a unique old town architecture built around the 17th century, but also has many traditional craft villages preserved and associated with the city development. Its products are unique souvenirs that visitors cannot ignore when coming here. In this post,…

Hue Things to do

Royal and Poetic are the two adjectives we would use to describe Hue, a city which has managed to hold onto its old world charm, despite the many ravages of war and time. Located on the bank of the Huong River, this city used to be our national capital, educational, cultural and political center under…

Tết Đoan Ngọ

I just received a phone call from my mom, asking: “Tomorrow is “Tết Đoan Ngọ”, will you return home?” I was surprised a bit and immediately say “yes”, for sure! It took me a minute to realize why recently markets suddenly became busier and more bustling than usual, with loads of fresh chrysanthemums, lychee stalls…

Kẹo kéo

Central Vietnam is welcoming the hottest season. The village roads in Hoi An are empty. While kids and adults choose to stay in their comfort zone with aircons and cool fresh smoothie in the fridge, under the scorching 38-degree Celsius, in the shimmering sound of cicadas and the creaking of old bamboo lines, there is…

Hue Food Highlights

No need too many fine words to describe Hue because Hue itself is beautiful and poetic enough to enchant people. By its glorious yesterday of a feudal court. By its superb palaces, tombs and rituals. By its incredible war wounds. Or maybe simply by its extremely distinctive cuisine.   To save your time on searching and…

Da Nang things to do

The fourth largest city in Vietnam, Da Nang is about 3 hours North to Hue and 30 minutes South to Hoi An, which makes it a perfect stop for those who need a break from touristy areas. Though it does not boast French colonial buildings like Hanoi or the hustle-bustle nightlife like Ho Chi Minh…

Hội An Things to do

The Central Vietnam not only has arid wind and sunshine, endless blue coastlines, but also has UNESCO World Heritage Sites that form the Central “heritage road” – the place where gather cultural values of the country. On that road, there are notable destinations that cannot be missed and are highly recommended by lots of charismatic…