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Vietnam is renowned for its noodle, rice and soup-based dishes. However, one famous dish which is quite the opposite is its staple street food desire, is the Banh Mi. A crunchy baguette local type breakfast (yet you can have at any time of the day). Depending on where you visit in Vietnam, the style of the Banh Mi changes. It was first introduced by the French in the 1950s adopted...
September 13, 2015 Do you want to get more out of your holiday? A good tip for when you travel is to learn a few phrases of the local language. By doing this it will enrich your experience, even if you only learn to speak a few words. Many places which Ethical Travel Portal visit, English is not commonly spoken. At least not among the elders, so a few phrases are always...
We all know how cycling can be good for you giving you great health benefits. This could range from greater cardiovascular endurance, joint mobility and many others. It is also an eco-friendly mode form of transport producing no emissions. By travelling by cycle you get to explore places off the beaten path. Being able to explore and stop anywhere you like. The perfect place to do this is Northern Vietnam. This...
Subject to the time of year you visit Vietnam you may encounter diverse types of weather. Similarly, you can also face different weather based on the area of Vietnam you visit. Therefore it’s vital you know whether to pack suncream or a raincoat in advance. Northern Vietnam-Hanoi, Cuc Phuong Ha Long Bay, Sapa Ninh Bin and Mai Chau April-October: During this period there will be plenty of rain in Northern Vietnam and...
Vietnam is one of the most picturesque countries to visit in Southern Asia. It caters to many types of travellers. It also has a population of over 96 million people according to worldpopulationreview. As Vietnam has a big population it’s important you have insider information before travelling there. This way you can remain safe within the large population, optimise your travel to the fullest and remain a healthy traveller by...