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Travel to Australia to learn unique experiences

Known to some as the “Lucky Country” or to most as just “Down Under”, Australia is the world’s largest island, yet its smallest continent. Whether you are interested in city life, nature, sports, culture or history, Australia has plenty to offer.

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The top tours from HCM City

Here are the top Saigon tours, which range from full-day trips to the iconic Cu Chi Tunnels to boat cruises through the vast Mekong Delta.

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The best tours in Hoi An

Once a prominent Vietnamese trading port due to its proximity to the Thu Bon River, Hoi An’s sightseeing opportunities comprise traditional shops, ornate Buddhist temples, traditional markets, and interesting museums. 

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How much money backpackers need for a day in Hanoi and Saigon

A travel database has confirmed that Vietnam's biggest cities are indeed very affordable.

Price of Travel, a database of travel costs, has just revealed 50 cheapest cities for backpackers.

To almost nobody's surprise, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Hoi An have been named among the most affordable.

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Exploring Lai Chau with community tours

Tours of villages in Vietnam’s northwest and Lai Chau province in particular have become popular in recent years.

With its diverse culture and beautiful landscape, Lai Chau has promoted community tours in recent years giving tourists an insight into local culture and lifestyle.

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Vam Xang Rustic Home worth visiting

A two-day-one-night trip to Vam Xang Rustic Home in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho  is recommended for those wishing to learn about local people and culture.

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A tour of Thoi Son isle in Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang

Endowed with the charming natural scenery, Thoi Son isle in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang now becomes an ecotourism site. However, few people know that today’s Thoi Son is thanks to the endless efforts of local people to develop the isolated isle into one of the region’s go-to destinations. 

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Vietnamese Kitchen Gods: A love affair retold

The fated woman and her two husbands are beloved household gods in Vietnam.

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Banh mi, queen of street food

During my short stay in Paris two years ago, I was pleasantly surprised to see long lunchtime queues of French eaters waiting for Vietnamese sandwiches. Although the Vietnamese employees worked away quickly preparing the sandwiches, the volume was so high that customers had to wait their turn to dig in.

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