New Year’s Eve 2018 Vietnam Guide – Events, Parties and Much More

While many countries in the world are celebrating the beginning of 2018, many others are actually waiting a few weeks to welcome their New Year. Vietnam is one of them since its New Year is saved for the Tết Holiday (Feast of the First Morning of the First Day), which is the same as Chinese New Year.  However, in the recent years, big cities like Hanoi and Saigon have been making enormous efforts in celebrating Gregorian New Year. Therefore, here comes our guide to spending your New Year’s Eve in Saigon and Hanoi this year. Hope you will have a wonderful New Year’s Eve in Vietnam! We wish you all the best wishes in 2018!

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The Top 10 Things to Do in Saigon

Ever the attraction for tourists who wish to delve into Vietnamese culture, Saigon has never been known to be short of things to do. Visit this 300-year-old city and you will find yourself lost in a labyrinth of cutting-edge skyscrapers, shopping malls, amusement parks, yet still a venerable city with its antique buildings, historical relics and traditional markets that have lived for hundreds of years. No matter you are seeking exhilarating adventures in one of Vietnam’s largest metropolitan, a peaceful escape from the quick pace of modern life, or even a chance to dive deep into one of the world’s most ancient culture, Saigon is the right place for you. Now let’s take a glimpse into the life of this breathtaking city of Vietnam.

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5 Best Cafe Apartment Blocks in Saigon – Saigon’s Hidden Gems

The usual image of Saigonese men reading the newspaper while sipping some coffee can be seen anytime, anywhere: from early in the morning to midnight, from the pavement to the luxurious coffee shops such as Starbucks and Highlands. What is considered the norm, however, represents an irreplaceable piece of Saigon’s culture.

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The Best Noodles in Saigon: Our Ten Essential Choices | Travel Feature

As far as history goes, the Vietnamese have always been good at their noodles game. They make use of many ingredients – rice vermicelli, cellophane, wheat noodles (to name a but few) – and serve their dishes creatively: wet, dry, or rolled – anything works.  Travelling to Vietnam, tourists can hardly not be intimidated by such diverse delicacies, not to mention their similar-sounding names: bun ca, bun cha ca, bun bung, bun thang, and bun bo hue! Yikes. We get the struggle. Worry not our foreign friends, however diverse or tongue-twisting Vietnamese cuisine may be, this guide is here to help you out. Buckle up. We are going to Saigon! Here are our 10 best noodle dishes in Saigon and all the best local places we often come to eat! 

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Vietnam at a Glance! Our Hanoi Itinerary and Travel Tips | Vietnam Travel Story

This story will be a bit long so better prepare your popcorn for you while you are reading! haha kidding! I just don’t know where to start. It has been one year since I visited Vietnam – in the 1st week of December 2016! It’s time to recall it!

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Dawn in Long Bien: A Slice of the Local Life | Travel Photoblog

Perhaps, it has been nearly 15 years already since I, for the first time of my life, passed through Hanoi’s historical bridge named Long Bien coincidently and unknowingly. It was a summer train driving me from the North to the South with parents were my companions.

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Muc Dong Parade Festival in Da Nang | Vietnam Travel Fest

Muc Dong Parade Festival in Da Nang is celebrated mainly for kids who spend most of their time working on the fields to take care of their buffaloes. It is held in Phong Lệ village, Da Nang, Vietnam every three years, and it falls on the two last days of March in Lunar calendar with the purpose of praying for an abundant crop.

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