Phong Nha 

Driving into Phong Nha was some of the most beautiful scenery I’d seen on our whole journey from Ho Chi Minh upwards. Lush green foliage sat densely on all sides of the road, as the sun was setting I caught glimpses of cattle and small wooden houses as we drove over rivers and through bright …

Huế Imperial City

Huế was formerly the imperial capital of Vietnam. Inside the Kinh thành (citadel) sits a walled city complex, housing several palaces, temples, courtyards and gardens from imperial rule. The building of the now UNESCO World Heritage site began in 1804, the last Vietnamese emperors still reigned there until the mid 1900s. However, the site did …

Da Lat Crazy House

Not dissimilar to the Maze Bar but on a larger scale, Hằng Nga guesthouse or more often referred to as the “Crazy House” is certainly unconventional, to say the least. Designed by a Vietnamese architect, the place is like some sort of warped Disneyland-esque adventure to wander around with strangely sculpted rooms, jutting towers and …