Vietnam Travel Guide

My Son Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam My Son
My Son Vietnam Travel GuideA Vagabond Life My Son Vietnam Travel Guide A Vagabond Life My Son Vietnam Travel GuideMy Son Vietnam is set in a beautiful lush jungle and is Vietnam's largest Cham remains. Constructed between the 4th and the 14th century AD by the kings of Champa the temples are dedicated to the worship of the god Shiva.My Son Vietnam served as an important intellectual and...
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Hanoi Vietnam Travel Guide

VIetnam Hanoi
Hanoi Vietnam Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Hanoi Vietnam Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Hanoi Vietnam Travel GuideHanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and it is said to be one of the oldest capitals in the world. On the banks of the Red river the old town is a remarkable collection of French colonial buildings, ancient pagodas and museums. The streets of  Hanoi are arranged and called aft...
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Saigon Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam Saigon
Saigon Vietnam Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Vietnam Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Vietnam Travel GuideHo Chi Minh City or Saigon Vietnam is the business and financial hub of Vietnam, with a history going back hundreds of years. The Khmers originally settled the region, with the Vietnamese taking over in the 17th century. The French conqu...
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Quy Nhon Vietnam Travel Guide

Viet Nam Quy Nhon
Quy Nhon Vietnam Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Quy Nhon Vietnam Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Quy Nhon Vietnam Travel GuideWe went to Quy Nhon Vietnam because we got a terrific deal on a top end hotel and after nearly 6 months of travel were a little travel weary and the promise of hot showers and cable TV was too good to pass up. I am glad we stopped at Quy Nhon, a town well off the back ...
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Da Lat Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam Da Lat
Explore Da Lat Vietnam Da Lat Vietnam Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Da Lat Vietnam Travel GuideDa Lat Vietnam is in the central highlands and has been a popular place to escape the heat since French colonial times. Da Lat has been called ‘Le Petit Paris’ and the town even features a mini-replica Eiffel Tower. It can get a bit nippy at night in Da Lat so a jumper and long pants may be nee...
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