I’ve been meaning to write about Hanoi for three years now, since I started my blog in 2015. It’s been sitting in my drafts, entitled “Hanoi, I Love You”, but months, years, have gone by, and I struggled to find the words to put together to eloquently describe why I felt the way I did… Continue reading Eating My Way Around Hanoi, 2018 Edition: A Food Guide (Plus Top 10 Must Try Food)
Panoramic and a breathtaking vantage point. Powdery sands and the bluest ocean water. Small villages and local encounters. An unforgettable hiking experience and a kickass destination. That’s what this post is about. Travel bloggers from all over the world gives us the best beach hikes in their books. From tropical beach hikes in Southeast Asia,… Continue reading 45 Best Beach Hikes Ever
Food is a critical part of my travels. Each country’s culinary habits are unique and immersing in it is one of the best way to learn about their culture. You may have a go-to “authentic” pho place, and yes, they may be as good as you say, but trust me, there is nothing like the… Continue reading Top 10 Southeast Asian Food You Need To Try Authentically
The first time I traveled to Vietnam, I chose Hanoi. It was meant to be a short trip, and because Halong Bay is in my Vietnam bucket list, Hanoi was the winner. It didn’t disappoint and I fell in love pretty quickly. The food, the people, the culture…it was all an instant connection I had… Continue reading Ho Chi Minh City, I’m Just Not That Into You
As I awoke with the sound of the airconditioning turning off, I didn’t had to remind myself where I was. I can still feel subtle rocking, though very mildly, it was very clear that I was on a boat. Quickly, the excitement came over me as I scooted my body up reaching for the window.… Continue reading Is Halong Bay Even Worth It?
Fact: The Mekong River flows through six different countries in Asia–China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. It’s only the 12th longest river in the world and the 7th in Asia, yet it is considered as the region’s lifeblood and a major source of livelihood since the early civilization. If Mekong Delta could speak, it would… Continue reading The Mekong Delta, Snake Wine, and I
I don’t consider myself a hopeless romantic. I mean, I can’t even say “make love” without cringing. I love tragic love stories more than the happily ever after cliches. And throughout the years, I’ve learned that love goes way beyond beautiful words and thoughtful surprises. But despite all that, I’ve always enjoyed the idea of… Continue reading How To Spend Valentines Day Alone: A Date With The City