Costly visas, dual pricing, scams not exclusive to Vietnam: tourist

Editor’s note: In a recent op-ed sent to Tuoi Tre News, A.H., an expat, argued that the reasons why tourists do not return to Vietnam are costly visas, dual pricing, and scammers, ... Continue Reading →

Da Nang hotels, cafés letting tourists use clean toilets for free

More than 40 hotels, restaurants and cafés in Da Nang are opening their toilet doors to the public for free under an unprecedented campaign to make the city more friendly to tourists. Da ... Continue Reading →
Visiting the Bat Trang pottery village

Bat Trang pottery old village in Vietnamese culture

Bat Trang pottery village is not only remembered as traditional village but also a cultural village, a distinctive destination of Hanoi Located in Gia Lam, the extramural district of ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam food in April

Let’s discover the most exotic food in April with EVIVA! Pork Skin Rolls Pork Skin Rolls is a very unique dish in Hanoi. The dish is made of pigs’ ears. The pigs’ ears are carefully ... Continue Reading →

Preserving handmade traditional craft in Dao Xa village

The craftsmen in Dao Xa trade village has tried to preserve and develop the production of handmade traditional musical instruments to ensure their craft’s continuity. The Dao Xa ... Continue Reading →

Exploring the longest cave in Southeast Asia

Early this year, we made an interesting adventure into C7 Cave of the Chu B’luk vocanic cave system in Krong No District in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong. A group of ... Continue Reading →

Mui Ne among best beaches in Asia-Pacific

Mui Ne beach in the central coastal province of Binh Thuan has been rated by the Global travel website Skyscanner as one of the 12 most beautiful beaches in Asia-Pacific region. Mui ... Continue Reading →

Things should be known for your trip to Quang Binh

I have a chance to visit Quang Binh, Viet Nam which is famous for many charming landscapes of mountain and sea. I arrange the tour myself, except for the Sunspa resort booked via Eviva ... Continue Reading →

Dark Cave to fully open to visitors

Toi (Dark) Cave in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, which is now partly open to tourists, will be fully opened next month since experts have finished exploring its nearly 5.3-kilometer ... Continue Reading →

4 famous markets in Saigon

Visitors coming to Saigon should not ignore markets – one of the characteristics of Saigon Tourism. Each market has its own characteristics and is usually located in the populated ... Continue Reading →