Many Vietnamese believe that the first few days will set the tone for the whole year. So they try to do everything that can bring them good luck and avoid all bad omens. This cheat sheet will help you navigate through the ...
Tet is the common name for the Vietnamese New Year (Vietnamese: Tết Nguyên Đán). It is by far the country’s most important holiday, and is a bit like combining Christmas, New Year’s, and your birthday into one celebration.
Spectacular traditional dress and a lively atmosphere make the ethnic minority markets a must – especially those in Bac Ha and Can Cau.
Free wifi, convenient transport, huge variety of cheap foods, resplendent sceneries... the list goes on.