Vietnam Spring Travel Ideas

This is the time when the North of the country has already said goodbye to capricious, unpredictable weather, and the beaches of the center and the south delight with the warm sea and clear sky. The geographical location and diversity of Vietnam’s climate deprive the country of such a thing as seasonality. Due to this, during the year, here you […]

Tunnels Cu Chi, Ho Chi Minh City

Tunnel history The suburban district of Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chilies on a huge network of tunnels. And although the tunnels became famous during the Vietnam War, they began to be built in the 1940s, during the time of the resistance of Vietnam to the French colonization. Second Life in the tunnels breathed war between northern and southern Vietnam. […]

Bali Temples

Unlike most Indonesians, for whom Islam is one of the main religions, the people of Bali , for the most part, profess “Agam Hindu Dharma”. Agama Hindu Dharma – a fusion of animism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Religion is built on the conviction that well-being in a person’s life can only be achieved through the blessing of ancestors. That everything happening […]

North of Thailand by car – 5 options for auto routes

Unlike the ultra-tourist south, the North remains charmingly provincial and not spoiled by commerce. Traveling by car or motorbike in the North of Thailand is a convenient format, as many attractions of the North are located between cities. See below for 5 options of routes with descriptions of stops and attractions along the way. On all routes, you can go […]

Caution “steam train”, or how the train became a landmark

 According to local residents, it is nothing remarkable, except for a variety of fresh and cheap products. But for travelers, this place is more than just a bazaar, and all because the train runs a daily train. Mekong Railway Market (Maeklong Railway Market), located in the province of Thailand Samut Songkhram, about 80 km south-west of Bangkok. At first glance, […]