Travel Vietnam

The Mekong Delta Tour That Changed My Mindset


In spite of the cultural ubiquity, the decades of media coverage and speculation, Vietnam is a land known by few in the West. I was enticed by the promise of some of the most delicious food in the world, and an unfamiliar landscape. I planned everything, and researched for months. I spent months searching for the most unique neighborhoods, unfamiliar foods, places where locals gather. I tried to b...

6th of February
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Bravo Asia Tours' Service in Vietnam

Airlines and VehiclesFor Vietnam tours, most flights we arrange are with Vietnam airlines. Unless you are eager to experience Vietnamese’ local life, we don’t recommend over-night train or buses with sleeper for your trip in Vietnam. Considering there will be no tour guide with you during this period and no English stop announcement system, it will be possible that you miss the stop to get off. Fu...

2nd of August
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Travel Vietnam- Visa and Passport

According to the 2015 updated Vietnamese entry policy, visa exemption applies for citizens of 22 countries: South Korea, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain, Belarus, France, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei and Myanmar.  Citizens of these countries will be exempted from visa when entering Vie...

2nd of August
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Vietnam Culture Brief Introduction

You may read a lot on books and internet about Vietnam culture and its various religions. Vietnamese celebrate Lunar New Year, which is around late January to Mid-February. This is one of the reasons of high travel cost in that period.  Vietnamese foods are mostly fresh and light taste. Fish, seafood, fruits and vegetables with strong flavor are used in daily meal. 

2nd of August
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