Global warming is here and we caused it. On Friday, April 15, the temperature in Phnom Penh reached 40 degrees Celsius at midday, not so much different from Saigon, Bangkok and Vientiane, marking a Southeast Asian drought that is already concerning the economies of the region. Read More…
I stayed in Thanh Nam 2 Mini Hotel, at central Chau Doc. It has a very well organized tourist agency that could connect you wherever in Vietnam or bring you to Cambodia. There is a visible sign as “Mekong Tours”. Full address: 41 Quang Trung Street, Chau Phu B Ward, City Center / Riverside, Chau Doc (An Giang). In this website you can find their contact information: http://www.hotels-chaudoc.com/Thanh_Nam_2/accm_location
If you go in your own way, touring around countries like Thailand, Cambodia or Vietnam – and most countries – you will find in your way too many people who want to “help” you to get transport, hotels, tours, change money, buying food and even night enjoyment. Definitively, everyone has the right to work and get money to survive. But it is also true that many tourists try to keep as much as possible, at least they pay to agencies to arrange everything. Read More…
Culture, history and romance come together in a new spring package
HANOI & HUE, Vietnam (March 24, 2016) — The leading hotels in each of Vietnam’s most culturally profound destinations have come up with ‘A Capital Idea,’ a five-day, four-night exploration of cities that each reigned for a spell as the country’s capital.
Hanoi was capital of Vietnam from 1010 to 1802, and has been since 1945. Hue was capital during the last imperial dynasty in Vietnam from 1802 to 1945.