Tet Nguyen Dan Sino – Vietnamese for ‘feast of the very first morning of the first day’ & the name given to celebrate the lunar new year. ‘Tet’ as it is known by the locals, is Vietnam's largest and oldest national celebration and epitomizes its cultural identity.
What beer is to Germany, noodles are to Vietnam. The variety of noodles and the dishes they are used in could be comparable to the variety of pasta in Italian cooking; each distinctive in flavor, color and sometimes geographic regions.
The Songkran Festival is also known as the water festival and the new year festival. Regardless which title is used, the event, which takes place in mid-April every year, is the most important and celebrated event for the Thai people.
240 ½ is a well-hidden alleyway off of well-known Street 240, which offers visitors quirky clothing, street arts, and exclusive eating and drinking venues.
It is impossible to visit Vietnam and not come across a bowl of Pho. This quintessential Vietnamese dish is more abundant throughout this country than 7 Eleven stores in Bangkok. Understanding the anatomy of Pho will make eating and enjoying it a more pleasurable experience.
Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonder, positions itself quite uniquely as a tourist destination among its neighboring countries. It may lack the luxurious and shopping malls, and relatively advanced infrastructure of neighboring Thailand; Yet year after year, increasing numbers of tourist from all over the world flock to Cambodia.
Southeast Asia has many locations that are a great for a romantic getaway. There are several good reasons however why Luang Prabang is often ranked as ‘the most romantic’ among them.
A trip to the Mekong Delta is like peering into a completely foreign and exotic world. The lives of those who live in the Delta are inextricably linked to the ebb and flow of one of the world’s mightiest waterways.