A must see if you travel to South-East Asia and Vietnam To visit the old town, as well as the historical buildings in Hoi An, every visitor needs to buy a ticket. The ticket costs 120,000 VND, about USD $6. A large part of the revenue is for the preservation of the UNESCO world cultural … Continue reading Hoi An – Vietnam
I was spoiled for choice while looking for a hotel in Hoi An. The beautiful ancient city is one of Vietnam‘s most popular tourist destinations, and that meant a myriad of accommodations to pick and choose — from luxury and boutique hotels, to the old-school and backpacker type hostels; by the beach, beside the river, or in the old town. After weighing my choices, I decided on the lovely Lantana Hoi An Boutique Hotel.
The Lantana Hoi An Boutique Hotel had everything I wanted for my stay in town — location, views, and affordable price. The lovely boutique hotel is located just next to the hustle and bustle of the ancient town area of Hoi An, but still far enough for some peace and quiet.
Pretty flowers and lush greenery adorn the hotel’s white exterior walls, entrance arch and front courtyard, giving the modern hotel…
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Hanoi - City with great atmosphere
The main reason to come to Co Ngu Quan is the view, which is not just enjoyable for the expanse of water that rests before you, but also the eclectic mix of Hanoi rooftops that surround. You’ll also have a spectacular view of Tran Quoc Pagoda abstractly reflected in the rippling lake. Try and … Continue reading Vietnam – Hanoi – views over West Lake