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London is one the few cities in the world which is stunning every time of the year. There is a great deal of things to do from greenery bursts back into life to the very first snowfall. As a result, it will be difficult to pick a time to visit London. So when is the best time to visit London? In this blog post, I will show you some characters of each season and recommend good things to experience.

1. London’s weather overview

Lies within a temperate oceanic climate zone, London is typically mild and extreme weather conditions and storms are very rare. The capital of Great Britain experiences four separate seasons with cool winters, warm summers and frequent rainfall all year round.

However, weather conditions can fluctuate a bit over the course of a day. It means that you can experience 4 seasons in just one day and don’t be too surprised.

And keep in mind that there is no best time of year to visit London as each season boasts its own unique characteristics. In the remaining parts, I will highlight some information about 4 seasons in London UK.

When is the best time to visit London

2. London in spring 2.1. London spring weather 

March marks the transitions from winter to spring, so the weather can vary unpredictably, from warm and sunny to cold and rainy in just a moment. However, spring experiences mild weather (temperature ranging from 12 to 18°C) and longer daylight hours.

Spring is sprung, which means flowers are in full blossom. Visiting London spring, you are able to see some of the best colors including magnolia (mid March to mid April), cherry blossom (late March to mid April), wisteria – May) – time may vary.

Spring is sprung, which means flowers are in full blossom

2.2. Things to do in spring

a. Curate your Instagram feed with various shades of flowers: Londoners are spoiled for choices when it comes to flowers. You’ll come across blossoming trees pretty much anywhere, from iconic landmarks to tourist-free residential areas.

However, magnolia, cherry blossoms and wisteria are vulnerable so don’t miss the chance to take Instagrammable photos in front of those vibrant flowers before they are gone.

b. Explore every “secret garden” in Notting Hill: Spring has turned every house in Notting Hill into “secret gardens, with greeneries and blossoms bursting out in every available space. And no garden looks the same.

One of the secret garden in Notting Hill

3. London in summer 3.1. London summer weather 

Summers (June – August) in London are generally mild and pleasant, with temperature ranging from 17 to 25°C.

Despite the hottest period of the year, it can be cold for people who come from tropical areas. Believe me, summer in London has the same temperature as winter in Hanoi. I never wear a sleeveless shirt or t-shirt during summer, always bring a light cardigan or jacket along.

Blue sky with less cloudy in summer

3.2. Things to do in Summer

a. Boozy night out at a rooftop bar: Summer wouldn’t be completed unless you chill out at any rooftop bar. London’s incredible skyline, chartbreaker songs and of course some hard stuff will make your night.

Sunset view at One New Change

4. London in Autumn  4.1. London autumn weather

No longer hot summer days, the weather gradually shifts to winter. September can still be summery with long daylight hours, however things are gonna change from the first week of October.

As the summer sun gives way to autumn, this season sees the biggest range in weather (10°C between daytime and nighttime). Moreover, autumn experiences some of the wettest months throughout the year with the average of 10 – 15 precipitation days per month.

Autumn in London

4.2. Things to do in autumn

a. Admire the autumn color: The arrival of autumn means nature is preparing to change its palette from green to various shades of gold, brown and crimson.

The fall foliage showcases the hidden picturesque and romantic side of London which offers great photo opportunities. Autumn colors start dominating the city from the end of October (significant changes appear from mid November).

b. Museum crawl: Summer is over and bars are getting fed up. What’s about museum crawl? Visiting museums in autumn is less crowded and cheaper than during the high summer travel season.

So it will be the best time to do some “museum crawl”. London has a great number of museums to be explored, and some of them offer free admission.

Admire autumn color

5. London in winter  5.1. London winter weather

London’s winter is not so cold as temperatures don’t often drop below freezing (average temperature ranging from 2 to 8°C) and snow isn’t common. However, you will rarely see the sun bursting out as it is hiding under the thick cloud or fog.

Gloomy and cloudy what to describe London in this period which becomes the signature image of London. Moreover, it gets dark earlier (sunset at 3 pm) which covers the city with some melancholy.

Like anyone else, London needs a “makeover”. When the sun goes down, the whole city turns into a magical world as iconic landmarks, streets and stores are beautifully lit up. This festive light displays lasts from the mid of November to early January, so don’t miss the chance to capture some moments before

5.2. Things to do in winter

a. See London’s signature festive light displays: Iconic landmarks, streets and stores are beautifully lit up from the mid of November to early January which turn the city into a magical world. And those of Oxford and Regent are the most gorgeous ones which has gained Instagram famed every time they light up.

b. Shop-til-you-drop: Watch your wallet as the biggest annual sale season is on the way. The sale starts immediately after Christmas – either on Boxing Day (26 December) or the day after – and sales last until the middle of January.

c. Watch the New Year’s Eve signature fireworks: London steps into the new year with the dazzling lights and firework show on the Thames. These annual firework displays are such one of the most expected events that my friend had to book the tickets in early October (though it is not the best ticket zone).

New Year’s Eve signature fireworks

6. Summary: Best time to visit London  6.1. My recommendation for best time of year to visit London

In my opinion, Spring and Autumn would definitely be the best time of year to visit London since comfortable weather and less crowded compared to summer.

However, spring boasts longer daylight hour than autumn which make it more enjoyable to see the city. Autumn is a good option for those who wish to admire the beauty of fall colors. However, shorter sunlight hours (sunset at 3:30 pm) will prevent you from exploring the city.

Summer vacation and winter holiday will not be the best time to travel as London will see maximum crowds and limited accommodation availability during these periods.

Cloudy and grey are signature image of London

6.2. London travel tips

– It is recommended to bring along an umbrella or wear lightweight waterproof jackets and shoes as London’s weather can be unpredictable.

– Avoid national holiday and bank holidays (sky-rocket hotel price, limited available of service and big crowds)

– Avoid 20/4 (you can google to know what this day is about). My sister traveled to London on this day and the whole city was full of smoke. After strolling around the city for just 2 hours, she got a headache and had to find a place to rest.

– Weather is the most common topic to start a conversation with the British.

– The annual clock change was a common thing in the United Kingdom. The clocks will be set back by one hour for wintertime (and vice versa for summertime). Time may vary each year. Don’t worry, you won’t need to change it by yourself as the Iphone does.

6.3. Summary: Best time to visit London 

The weather in the United Kingdom generally, and London specifically can be incredibly varied and unpredictable. We can do nothing, but adapt to every change from the weather and have a full preparation to make the most of London’s trip.

This is my recommendation for Best time to visit London UK, if you need any further information, feel free to contact me or see other post in my United Kingdom archives:

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Quỳnh Nga

Từ khoá: Best time to visit London 

20 Best Things To Do In Vietnam

Many people set off to Vietnam thinking it would be their short holiday but then ended up spending way more time than they planned. It is the country to blame as there are so many things to see, do, and eat that it hardly fits in your 2-week itinerary. So, here we are, sort it out to 20 things you should not miss while traveling in the S-shaped country to make the most out of your time and still guarantee the best experience with the landscapes, people, and cuisine.

1. Visit one of the most beautiful ancient towns in the world: Hoi An

2. Embrace the tranquility on Con Dao Islands

Hoi An is well-known as one of the World Heritage Sites recognized by UNESCO. Located in Central Vietnam, Hoi An reflects the profound influences of Chinese, Japanese and French culture over hundreds of years which can be seen through the architectural attractions and ordinary residential housing. This ancient town is a sweet juxtaposition of the bustling shophouses and the chill way of living of the local people. In Hoi An, you can experience not only the variety of cuisine, which is, for us, the best across the country (My Quang and Cao Lau just to name a few), but also the shopping paradise from renowned tailored suits to bizarre patterned travel clothes; and of course stunning beaches; and delightful cafes along the tranquil river; and handcrafts; and so much more. Go to Hoi An, get on a bicycle to explore the town, and be ready to be amazed by the little serendipity hidden in every alleyway and every corner of the town. Hoi An is geographically small, but it has a lot to offer.

3. Stay at least 1 night in Ha Long Bay

Con Dao is a secluded destination off the Southern Coast and easily accessed from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Con Dao is often underappreciated, but trust us, it is a hidden paradise – a tropical island with turquoise coastlines: beautiful and quaint. In the eyes of the locals, however, Con Dao is more like a historical witness – where the French built the Con Dao Prison or also known as “Hell on Earth” in the memories of the prisoners of war. Vietnamese people nowadays travel to Con Dao as a part of their spiritual experience, mostly to visit the graveyards of iconic national heroes. So, all the beautiful beaches are left to nature lovers. Con Dao is absolutely a less popular destination but if you are a culture vulture who would love to have the best of both worlds (tourism and history), this is the place to be.

4. Experience floating markets in the Mekong Delta

Visiting Ha Long Bay is seen as a must-do while travelling in Vietnam. However, if you want to fully embrace the mystique and majesty of the bay, we suggest you stay at least one night on the cruise ship, which takes you through the meander waterways so you can see all the giant shapes of limestones at a close distance. You can watch the sunrise and sunset from the boat while surrounded by thousands of limestone karsts in all shapes and sizes. Beds & foods and other necessities are served on boats. If you are more into activities, you can also do kayaking or swimming in the bay. But overall, this is more like an enjoyable trip to treat and immerse yourself in nature.

5. See the Golden Bridge

6. Eat a bowl of Pho in Hanoi

The bridge does not cross any rivers but is one of the attractions in Ba Na Hills (Da Nang). Being added to the complex recently, the attraction has stirred attention not only among travelers but also the architectural community for its eccentric design. The pedestrian bridge hovers over 1,400 meters from sea level, guaranteeing a breathtaking view of the mountains and the sea. What’s special about the construction is the metallic yellow paint throughout the 150-meter length (which explains its name) lined with flowers. The highlight of the attraction is the weathered and mossy-looking hands supporting the bridge – a metaphoric image of the safeguard of Mother Nature. Walking on the bridge in the early morning in the misty fog will give you a sense of walking on clouds. The landscapes and the architecture itself are surely a photography experience that you cannot miss.

7. Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels

Pho can be found anywhere in Vietnam, but there’s nothing like eating Pho in Hanoi. Hanoi is believed to be where Pho originated from. Pho Hanoi has its own charm: the broth is light and has no side veggies. The right bowl of Pho has to have lots of blanched green onions and an extra egg on the side (Chen Trung Tran), accompanied by deep-fried Vietnamese-styled churros (Banh Quay). Hanoi features Pho vendors which have been existing for generations. Some truly authentic ones revolve around a simple pair of bamboo yokes with a couple of small stools. They open very early in the morning (4 AM – 5 AM) or late at night (1 AM – 2 AM). So, the best feeling is to snuggle down in your warm jacket while waiting for a steaming bowl of Pho in the chilly weather of the capital city. Make sure you don’t skip it.

8. Drink a cup of Ca Phe Sua Da in Saigon

70km from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is a historical destination that marks one of the most glorious victories of warfare in Vietnam. Cu Chi is a network of over 200-kilometer tunnels connected with full functions like meeting rooms, emergency rooms, kitchens, and so on; also known as the “underground city”. It took more than 20 years to complete the system divided into three levels with the deepest one up to 12 meters. During wartime, all daily, as well as military activities, took place here. When visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels, you will have a chance to go through a part of them (which was expanded for tourists’ safety) to somehow imagine and understand the living and combating conditions of the Vietnamese soldiers and what magically contributed to our victory. Only at this place can you try the unique snacks which used to be the main diet of people in the tunnels back then. Let’s go there and find out.

9. Visit the Imperial Citadel of Hue

It is often said that Saigon is a multicultural city – it gathers all the highlights of cuisine from across the country; therefore, it lacks its own specialty. We would say that one thing that Saigon does better than anywhere else is its milk coffee (Ca Phe Sua). Coffee shops are ubiquitous in Saigon, but what all the good Ca Phe Sua recipes have in common are strong black coffee from high-quality coffee beans mixed with condensed milk and added with ice (Ca Phe Sua Da). It’s no exaggeration to say that it is the Vietnamese national drink as everyone loves it. It tastes good any time of the day, goes well with all kinds of food, and serves perfectly as a wake-up call. You can customize your own cup of milk coffee by requesting more or less milk. This drink will blow your mind at the very first sip.

10. Enjoy the nightlife in the unsleeping city – Saigon

Talking a bit of history, over the course of a thousand years of feudal regime, Hue was the former capital of the Nguyen Dynasty in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Here remains spectacular royal architecture from the time. The complex is a collection of well-preserved palaces and royalty’s tombs: each has its own layout and architectural design to meet the strict requirements of Feng Shui principles. The location was also recognized by UNESCO in 1994. You will need to spend a whole day fully exploring the immense campus and celebrating the solemn yet peaceful atmosphere here.

11. Visit Phu Quoc Island

Saigon people (Saigoneer) work hard but they also know how to enjoy their life to the fullest. Saigon nights are lit with a whole range of activities for every mood. You may have heard enough of the backpacker street Bui Vien which is now also a meeting-up location for the young in town. Apart from that, scattered around all the districts in the cities, there are rooftop beer gardens, hidden cocktail bars, and countless options of local street food, which are well catered for everyone’s palate. The energy of Saigon by night is unmatched and we would say this is where you can exceptionally live with your young, wild and free spirit.

12. Explore the land of caves – Quang Binh

No matter how much time you have to spend in Vietnam, you should seriously add Phu Quoc Island to your travel list. It offers direct international flights and visa-free for up to 30 days. Phu Quoc features varied marine life and ideal weather for diving activities. There are many beautiful waterfalls hidden in the natural forest to be explored. You can have a glance at the traditional fish sauce-making villages to see how the one-of-a-kind condiment is processed before being served on the table. It is also rich in history and cultural festivals that cannot be witnessed anywhere else. This is indeed a paradise for sea lovers, not only for the island itself but also for the collection of unspoiled remote islands around it in case you would like to extend your stay on the charming island.

13. Fall in love in Sapa

Quang Binh, or Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park to be specific, hosts a great number of caves that come in all shapes and sizes (and prices as well). There are a couple of “baby caves” that suit all ages and physical levels (mentioning Phong Nha Cave, Paradise Cave, Dark Cave, etc.). A rowing boat will take you deep into the caves to marvel at the absurd formation of stalactites under the divine creation of Mother Nature. If you are interested in the more challenging caves, there are certain treks that are professionally organized for your safety and experience. The most popular ones to name are Hang En (Swallow Cave), Hang Tu Lan (Tu Lan Cave), and of course, Son Doong Cave – the world’s largest cave, where you push your limit to trek through the primeval forest to cross the underground river, to camp in gigantic caves and celebrate one of the greatest natural wonders of our planet. Entering the land of caves is one big step to the wonderland that you would definitely like to take.

14. Explore Cat Ba Island

Sapa is the dream city in the Vietnamese people’s hearts that everyone wishes to add to their bucket list. So there must be some reasons for it. Sapa is gifted with magnificent landscapes and unique colors of ethnic groups. Although the central Sapa itself has been transformed with modern facilities to meet the demand of tourism, the villages around it still hold up their own beauty and customs. Couples love coming here due to the cold and misty weather (snowy recorded in winter) and the full bloom of seasonal flowers all year round, which creates a romantic atmosphere for lovers. This is also home of the highest peak of the Indochinese Peninsula, claiming its nickname as “the roof of Indochina – Fansipan Peak”. Sapa brings out very different vibes compared to other highland cities that you have been to.

15. Immerse yourself in Quy Nhon

Cat Ba Island is the largest island, belonging to Lan Ha Bay (neighboring the further part from Ha Long Bay), which is lesser known and with the same incredible scenery. One of the must-dos here is to set out to the crystal clear water of the island and do whatever water activities that you could imagine: fishing, kayaking, jumping off the boat, swimming at secret beaches, sunbathing on an isolated island in the bay and so on. And if you want to take a short break from the ocean view, you can wander Monkey Island or Cat Ba National Park and venture into one of the most special caves on the island – Trung Trang Cave – where sights of the medieval Vietnamese were reported and preserved. At the end of the day, to fully take in the scenic landscapes of the island, there is a way up on the hill, where used to be the fortress during wartime; from here, you get a complete panoramic view of the Island with the sun setting on the fishing villages at a distance. Cat Ba Island is a true gem that you would regret not visiting.

16. Visit the terraced rice fields in Mu Cang Chai

Mu Cang Chai is a small mountainous village in Northwest Vietnam. Its own economy is based on agriculture with an exclusive method of cultivation: terrace farming. Coming to Mu Cang Chai in summer and autumn (July – October), you will be left in awe when the lush rice terraces transform into enchanting golden ripening yellow. From a distance, each sinuous terrace dots on the hill like a charming ribbon that, under the sunlight, offers picturesque surroundings. This is also where it concentrates on the thriving of the Black H’mong people, one of the active indigenous ethnic tribes in Vietnam. Watching H’mong people dressed in vibrant and colorful traditional clothes while harvesting the ripened crops will give you a glimpse into the town’s rich culture. If you intend to seize enthralling paddy fields on the hillsides, Mu Cang Chai is for sure unmissable.

18.  Admire Tam Coc – Ninh Binh

It is hard to put this place into words. Tam Coc is like taken straight out of a storybook. It is best admired from a rowing boat with the splashing water lapping against two sides of the boats and oars. It will take you through incredible karst mountains surrounding the lavish paddy fields and stunning lotus and water lily ponds. There are many grottos with sparkling stalactites hanging from the ceiling on the way. After the boat ride, you will arrive at Bai Dinh Pagoda, which is one of the largest ones in Vietnam and captures all the traditional essence of Buddhism. From here, you can just sit back and appreciate the grand design of nature. Or, read your own book and get lost in the hidden fairy site. Tam Coc is seen as “Ha Long Bay on land” and hence, sooner or later, it will get more attention from the travel community. So, let’s add it to your travel list.

20. Marvel in Ha Giang

Well, Nha Trang is probably not new but it remains one of the most chosen beach cities across the country thanks to the pleasant weather, warm water, and resort facilities stretching along the shoreline. The best reason to come to Nha Trang is to totally relax and chill by the beach and sip cocktails while lounging on the beach chairs. There are also tons of different food options: both local and international dishes (basically anything that you could think of). In Nha Trang, you can experience a strange way of bathing – a mud bath, which is said to have healing effects. You can also find a hint of Champa through the images of Cham towers. To put it simply, Nha Trang is a huge party picture and a chill hub where you could spend your last couple of days at.

Ha Giang is supposed to be one of the most enchanting motorbike loops in Vietnam. Make sure to keep your eyes open and take in as much as you can since at every bend of the route is a spectacular picture frame of the mighty mountains and scenic rivers cutting through the deep valley. It would be an interesting experience to drive through the Hmong villages and see them in their colorful outfits. And do not miss the best part of the trip: the Ma Pi Leng Pass. This is where mountains, rivers, and skies all come together, forming epic scenery and definitely making it worth visiting once in your lifetime. The beauty of Ha Giang is just indescribable and that is why you have to go there and marvel at it with your own eyes.

Đăng bởi: Đỗ Hương

Từ khoá: 20 Best Things to Do in Vietnam

Ultimate Guide To Best Homestay In Sapa

Sapa, the land of spectacular mountain ranges, beautiful natural scenery, and unique culture and tradition, is surely an unmissable destination in your trip to Vietnam. To have a better experience in this Northwest town, it is highly recommended to book a homestay in Sapa. Different to other usual and rather boring hotels, the homestay will give you a chance to be surrounded with nature and immerse yourself into the local culture. In this article, we will show you everything you need to know about homestays in Sapa.


I. How to Book a Homestay in Sapa

With an abundance of available options, it is very easy to choose a homestay in Sapa. The question is though: How can you book a homestay in Sapa? So, here are some booking options for you.

1. Book online 2. Book through a tour agency

There are so many tour agencies in Hanoi and Sapa. They can offer an inclusive list of homestay as well as trekking packages for your trip in Sapa. Besides, support and detailed information about your tour will be informed by the tour agencies. However, you may expect to pay a little more money than booking directly with the homestay.

3. Book directly with a local

When arriving in Sapa, you will meet many local women coming to offer their tours. So you can ask for the trekking tour with a homestay and meals included. Their price will cost less than the tour agencies’.

II. How Much is a Homestay in Sapa?

You can expect to pay from VND 80.000 to VND 2.000.000 for a night in homestay. The price varies depending on the types of rooms (dorm or private room), the distance from the homestay to tourist attractions as well as the view it offers. If you choose to stay in a shared room, the price could be just around VND 80.000 VND 150.000. Whereas, a private room for 2 guests that overlook beautiful mountains can cost more than VND 1.200.000/ night.

III. Best Homestay in Sapa

To make everything easier for you, we have created a list of the best homestays in Sapa below.

1. Phori’s House

Location: Ta Van village, Sapa, Lao Cai province

Price range: VND 150.000 VND 500.000

Highlights: Phori’s House is just 8 km from Sapa town. It is a lovely house at Ta Van village and it is quite convenient to get there by following Muong Hoa street. The house is one of the most favorite homestays in Nha Trang with its beautiful appearance just like a rustic and cozy local house.

Characteristics: traditional, cozy

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: walking through hill tribe villages of Hmong and Dao people, taking part in ethnic minorities’ festivals, and joining in interesting folk games,…

2. Little View Homestay

Location: 42 Cau May alley, Sapa, Lao Cai province

Price range: VND 250.000 VND 400.000

Highlights: Located right in the center of Sapa town, the Little View Homestay is close to other tourist destinations in the town like Sapa Stone Church, Sapa lake, Ham Rong mountain, and 300 meters from Fansipan Legend Cable Car Station. Here, you can enjoy the breathtaking mountain view from the rooftop as well as taste delicious organic food and drinks.

Characteristics: convenient location, good view, traditional

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: biking, trekking, taking a motorbike tour,…

3. Gem Valley

Location: Cat Cat village, Sapa, Lao Cai province

Price Range: VND 200.000 VND 600.000

Highlights: Gem Valley Homestay is a must-stay place in Sapa where you can live a calmer life. The homestay possesses an amazing vista so that you can admire the huge valley, immense rice terraces after breakfast. Mainly built of wood, it spends the second floor for guests to stay. And if you are lucky enough, you may be invited for a homemade or local breakfast by the houseowner. Besides, this homestay in Sapa is a good choice to see well-preserved traditional handicrafts.

Characteristics: traditional, local, clean

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: taking photos of the splendidly picturesque view of the terraced rice fields; visiting the local school for ethnic minorities children.

4. Eco Palms House 

Location: Lao Chai village, Sapa, lao Cai province

Price range: VND 2.500.000 VND 3.500.000

Highlights: Eco Palms House is a famous homestay that is located in a Black Mong Village. The homestay offers a good view of the Hoang Lien Son mountain and Muong Hoa valley. Coming here, guests can get closer to Mother Nature and escape from the busy life in one of its 8 private bungalows. Moreover, it also offers a Family House where solo travelers can meet and share experience.

Characteristics: environmentally friendly, relaxed

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: admiring the beauty of Muong Hoa valley and Muong Hoa stream, trekking to Ham Rong peak, learning to make handicrafts with Black H’Mong people.

5. Viet Trekking Home Sapa

Location: 33 Hoang Lien street, Sapa town, Lao Cai province

Price range: VND 100.000 VND 700.000

Highlights: Viet Trekking Homestay will definitely bring you a comfortable stay when in Sapa. It is also known as the “End Home” because it is located at the end of Hoang Lien street. Looking from afar, the homestay looks like a little house floating on the cloud sea. Staying here will give you a chance to admire the clouds floating by the window. Viet Trekking also offers different types of rooms to suit your budget, including the dorm room, double room, and single room.

Characteristics: beautiful, peaceful

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: enjoying local specialties in the town, trekking to Cat Cat village, conquering Fansipan the rooftop of Indochina.

6. Ta Van Ecologic Homestay

Location: Ta Van village, Sapa, Lao Cai province

Price range: VND 120.000 VND 600.000

Highlights: Opened in 2011, Ta Van Ecologic Homestay has been one of the most favorite homestays in Sapa welcoming different tourists all around the worldYou can choose to stay at a local house of Day minority people or in a bungalows with full facilities. All of the rooms in Ta Van Ecologic offer the beautiful scenery of terraced rice fields. And, there are plenty of activities near the homestay so you can get closer to the daily life of local people. It is extremely suitable for spending your honeymoon here.

Characteristics: romantic, remote, traditional

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: cycling around the villages of Giay and Black Mong minorities, watching traditional music performances on the weekend, taking part in some cooking classes and learning to cook some local dishes with ethnic minorities people.

7. Floating Homestay 

Location: Lao Chai village, Sapa, Lao Cai provinces

Price range: VND 600.000 VND 1.200.000

Highlights: Floating Homestay is one of the best homestays in Sapa that offer good views of clouds floating on mountain ranges. Every morning, you can wake up early, enjoy fresh air, and get some peaceful moments. The rooms are painted in yellow, making you feel cosy in the cold weather of Sapa.

Characteristics: refreshing, arty, relaxed

Suggested attractions/ activities around the homestay: visiting local families and getting to know more about their traditions, trekking to other 3 nearby villages, enjoying majestic charms of terrace rice fields.

Above are some of the most favorite homestays in Sapa. The homestays are selected at different rates and classes to meet various needs of tourists as possible. Therefore, we hope that you will find this article useful for your discovering trip in Sapa. To clearly understand Sapa, please refer to other articles at our website.

Đăng bởi: Năm Thị

Từ khoá: Ultimate Guide To Best Homestay In Sapa

Ticket Price List To Visit Saigon In Full And Detailed

Update ticket price list in Saigon Independence Palace

Independence Palace (135 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street) is an architectural work going into the history of the nation. During the resistance war against the US, this was the workplace of the government apparatus of the Republic of Vietnam. After the liberation, this place was classified in the list of special national monuments. Visiting here, visitors will admire first-hand items from the old regime and many traces marking the independent moment of April 30, 1975.

Ticket price to visit Independence Palace: 30,000 VND / adult, 15,000 VND / student, 3,000 VND / student, 1/3 discount for groups of visitors from 20 people.

Vietnam History Museum

Vietnam History Museum (No. 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1) was built in 1929, now holds tens of thousands of very valuable artifacts. In addition, the museum also has more than 25,000 valuable books and documents for archaeological research, history, museums, ethnography … At the Vietnam History Museum, there is also an intact mummy. integrity, attracting the attention of many tourists.

Ticket price to visit Saigon – Vietnam History Museum:

– Vietnamese guests: 2,000VND / adult, 1,000VND / child

– Foreign visitors: 15,000VND / person

Ho chi minh museum

Ho Chi Minh Museum – City branch. Ho Chi Minh City is located at 1 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Ward 12, District 4. This is an educational center about the history of the revolution, ethical ideas and the great revolutionary life of President Ho Chi Minh. Minh.

Tickets to Ho Chi Minh Museum:

– Vietnamese guests: Free of charge

– Foreign visitors: 25,000 VND / person

Nha Rong Harbor

Nha Rong Wharf (No. 1 Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, District 4) is a historical work of Saigon, from where President Ho Chi Minh left to find a way to save the country. Over the years of ups and downs and national history, Ben Nha Rong is still so stubborn and has become one of the busiest commercial ports in the country (Saigon port). Visitors to Nha Rong Wharf will experience a windy port with Bach Dang wharf right in front of them and extremely beautiful at night.

Tickets to Nha Rong wharf: 2,000 VND / adult.

Cu Chi Tunnels

City way. About 70km from Ho Chi Minh City to the Northwest, Cu Chi Tunnels were a transformation map of the Cu Chi army and people during the resistance war. The work is located deep in the ground, has many nooks and crannies such as spider web, many floors, with accommodation, meeting and fighting with a total length of more than 200 km.

There are 2 locations to visit the tunnels: Ben Dinh tunnel (Ben Dinh hamlet, Nhuan Duc commune, Cu Chi district), Ben Duoc tunnels (Phu Hiep hamlet, Phu My Hung commune, Cu Chi district).

Ticket price to visit Saigon – Cu Chi Tunnels: 110,000 VND / foreign guest, 20,000 VND / Vietnamese person (Ticket price includes cassava and free tea).

Suoi Tien tourist area

Located at 120 Ha Noi Highway, Tan Phu Ward, District 9; Tien stream tourist area has long been a famous place to visit Saigon. Not only an amusement park, this is also an environment for cultural and historical education through sightseeing areas built on the idea of ​​national legends, legends and Eastern ethics. The famous entertainment areas in Suoi Tien can be mentioned such as: Magic Castle, Treasure Cave, Roller coaster, Tien Ngu Palace, Aquarium, Dong Ngoc Nu Tien Sea …

Ticket price for Suoi Tien KDL:

– Entrance ticket: VND 60,000 / adult, VND 30,000 / child

– Game tickets: 5,000 – 40,000 VND / time

Botanical garden

Zoo and Botanical Garden (No. 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1) is taking care and conservation of more than 1000 animals and more than 2000 trees and flowers on site. Each year, the Zoo and Botanical Garden welcomes more than 2 million tourists, most of which are families and children.

Ticket price to visit Saigon – Zoo and Botanical Garden: 50,000 VND / adult, 30,000 VND / child.

Skydeck Bitexco Saigon Observatory

Located on the 49th floor of the Bitexco building, Skydeck Bitexco Saigon Observatory offers a great view over the entire ancient and modern city, dynamic and quiet, brilliant and gentle. next to each other. Especially if you go to the observatory at night, when the city lights up, you will have the opportunity to see a very private Saigon with the flow of shuttle-like cars carrying bright beams of light blending with the lights. lights from buildings and structures create a vivid and magical picture.

Skydeck Bitexco ticket price: From 200,000 VND / person

Free attractions in Saigon

– Notre Dame Cathedral (No. 1 Paris Commune, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City)

– Ben Thanh Market (Located between the streets of Phan Boi Chau – Le Thanh Ton – Phan Chu Trinh – Quach Thi Trang Square, Ben Thanh Ward – District 1)

– Nguyen Hue Walking Street (Nguyen Hue, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City)

– Anh Sao Bridge (Ton Dat Tien, Phu My Hung, District 7, HCMC)

– Western Quarter (including Pham Ngu Lao, De Tham and neighboring streets in the center of District 1)

– Chinese area – District 5

– Thu Thiem Bridge (Crossing the Saigon River in District 2)

– Ho Chi Minh City Post Office (No. 125 Paris Commune, Ben Nghe, District 1)

– Ba Thien Hau pagoda (710 Nguyen Trai, Ward 11, District 5)

– Thanh An Island (Can Gio District)

Above is information on ticket prices to visit Saigon and other free tourist destinations. Visitors should save the above information to have a convenient trip to explore the city named Uncle Ho!

Đăng bởi: Phùng Đình Đức

Từ khoá: Ticket price list to visit Saigon in full and detailed

2023] Top 10 Best Apps To Make Your Own Emoji

Bobble Keyboard

Bobble Keyboard uses a sketched or cartoonish type texture in the variety of different packs. It is the yet another fantastic and quite simple app to make your own emoji right on your phone. This app utilizes your selfie to create an awesome not fully fledge avatar. It is very fun having app when you want to annoy your friends from your own emojis. Definitely, this app is available for both the devices that are Android and iOS. This app also helps the users to directly share their created stickers or emoji from the app on the go.

Swift Keyboard

Swift Keyboard is a very popular keyboard app in the market of Android and iOS. But, besides of it, this app also has the coolest feature, which is the emoji maker. You can create or manage any emoji you want within the app. This app comes with two different versions that are free and paid. Where free have limited features when you go to make your own emoji. But, the paid one is having every feature unlocked so that you can create an amazing emoji of yourself. Also, this app has a wide variety of emojis in it.

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Bitmoji is the most popular emoji creator app in the world. Because this app is tightly integrated with the Snapchat emoji service, that is why this app is having a wide variety of emoji and stickers. The Bitmjoi app is very famous in place of Tinder users as well, and that is why it is trendy among the teenager’s community. This app creates a highly customizable avatar which almost looks like your own face and gives an interactive way to converse. Also, using this app is very simple. Users get all the available types of avatar regarding their selfie which they have taken for creating their own emoji.


ZMoji is really easy to share and create an avatar/emoji app that gives your selfie a cartoonish look. This app will take you back to the era of avatar making when there were no AI-based avatar, making apps available. However, this app creates a fantastic avatar for you from scratch. It will fully help you to customize your own emoji like adjusting hairstyle, face color, ears, nose, clothing, forehead, and more. It is available for Android an iOS both the devices. You can also create a GIF of your own emoji if you want.


IMoji is a kind of independent messaging application which has tons of emojis available in it. The IMoji app is available for both Android and iOS device so that users can use it in their own use. It allows you to make your own emoji from the photos you have or take a picture at that moment to create a new fresh emoji. The best part of the app is that there is no limit to creating your own emoji. But, it is a kind of independent messenger app that is the biggest drawback of the app.

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EmojiArt is organized with more than 2500 beautiful emojis. It allows you to customize your emoji using the various tools that are present on the app. Users can edit any emoji according to them or can use to make your own emoji. It also helps the users to share their own created emoji with the friends right from the emoticons keyboard. This app is freely available for Android users on the Google Play Store. Users can also create their emoji from the text which they enter on the app.

Emoji Type

Emoji Type is a kind of emoji making app which is similar to KeyMoji app. It is the best AI-based emoji creator app which you are going to love it. Users can search for the emoticon from the search box and can start editing the emoji according to themselves. This app is self integrated with Facebook, Twitter, and many more apps. Also, this app stores the history of all the emotions you have used to manage or recreate the emojis so that you can use any pending creation form history. It is available for Android freely.

Emoji Keyboard Cute Emoticons

Emoji Keyboard Cute Emoticons has more than 3000 emoji. It has GIFs, emoticons, and more. Users can get the app directly from the Google Play Store and can start sending their wished emoticons via SMS, Email, Facebook, more. It provides the customization options so that a user can customize any emoticon according to their wish and can even create their own emoji as well. It also provides the users with a rich-looking input keyboard, and the users can directly create any emoji from there.


These were the top 10 best apps to make your emoji. There are tons of more apps similar to these emoji maker apps available on the apps store. But, I found these apps amazing, simple to use, and best in order to make your emoji. However, if you wish to have any other app on your phone to make your own emoji then, of course, you can do so. I hope using this article you have got the best app to make your own emoji. Make sure you share this article with your friends and family members so that they can also create their own emoji as well.

4 Best Camping Sites In Vietnam For Any Travelers To Discover!

Photo by Chang Duong / Unsplash

Camping in one of the world’s largest caves: Son Doong Cave

A view of Son Doong Cave, an amazing camping site. Photo by Vietnam Plus

Location: Phong Nha – Ke Bang, Bo Trach, Quang Binh

Camping fee: 3000 USD ( for an all-inclusive tour)

Book for camping: At least 2 months

Time for travel: From January to August

Suitable for: Adventure tours

Son Doong Cave Entrance. Photo by Vietnam Times

First discovered in 1990 by a local, Son Doong cave was not popular until 2013, when Guniess considered it the largest natural cave in the world. Since then, every year, many tourists come to Phong Nha – Ke Bang national park, to enjoy trekking and camping in vietnam.

Experience camping inside a large Vietnam cave must be unforgettable. Son Doong is beautiful, majestic, and wild, with approximately 9 km in length, 150m wide, and a height of up to 200m. Averagely, a typical  Son Doong tour costs around  $3000, limited to a maximum group of 10 visitors. To be a member of this package tour,  you need to book at least 2 months to take part in this trip.

Inside Son Doong Cave. Photo by Private Car Transfer in Hoi An

Extra expenses you should note are the 3% service charge when paying by credit card, international flights, domestic flights/travel to Dong Hoi, trekking gear, hotels, medical/trip cancellation insurance.

Important note: Any traveler going into Son Dong Cave without permission will be considered an illegal trespass. You have to book a package tour and discover the cave with a safety expert to make sure you are safe.

Beautiful route for a short picnic trip: Dong Cao plateau

The beauty of Dong Cao plateau. Photo by Tạp chí điện tử thương hiệu và sản phẩm

Location: Thach Son, Son Dong, Bac Giang

Best time to camping: September – December

Camping in Bac Giang and enjoy sunset in Dong Cao Plateau. Photo by chúng mình

Located about 150 km away from Hanoi capital, Dong Cao plateau (Cao Nguyên Đồng Cao) is at the high altitude of nearly 1,000 meters above the sea level, a beautiful site for camping in vietnam. Dong Cao has many valleys and rocky mountains, which make the plateau more attractive and majestic. That is the reason why so many travelers come to this area to camp.

Dong Cao for a camping day. Photo by Travellive

The best experience when camping in Dong Cao is to watch the sunrise and enjoy the sunset. These two moments are the best times to take pictures, enjoy the fresh air and cozy atmosphere. In addition, travelers can also light a campfire together, sing and take part in many activities. BBQ Party is a good idea for dinner.

Travel to Vietnam and enjoy camping in Ta Xua

Ta Xua camping site with floating sea of clouds. Photo by Embassy of Vietnam in Israel

Location: Bac Yen district, Son La province

Opening hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Camping fee: VND 150,000 – VND 300,000

Best time for camping: October to April

Suitable for: Adventure tours

Camping in Ta Xua, Son La. Photo by GOINGLINK

Ta Xua in a floating sea of clouds. Photo by VnExpress International

Besides that, Ta Xua is so attractive for its landscape. From October to November, it is the time for locals to harvest rice terraces and wildflowers to bloom. If camping in Ta Xua during these months, you can enjoy the beauty of yellow terraces and colorful flower species. .

Beautiful campground: Coco Beach Camp in Binh Thuan

Coco Beaching camping site. Photo by TripAdvisor

Location: Cam Binh beach, Binh Thuan province

Best time for camping: From January to May

Suitable for: Leisure tours, honeymoon tours, family tours, etc

Coco Beachccamp is a high-end campsite in the South of Vietnam, locates 160km from Ho Chi Minh city. The place is either a great camping and resort destination for beach lovers. Coco Beach owns colored small villas, where travelers can relax and get sleep during the tour.

Important note: The campground only offers villas, without personal items. It means you   have to prepare personal items such as bars of soap, toothpaste, towels, etc.

A Coco Beach Camp Villa. Photo by Coco Beach Camp

Not only a site for camping in vietnam, but Coco Beach Camp is also suitable for people who enjoy sports tours. You can take part in team building activities, sunbathing, swimming, etc. This is a great place for family, companies, or groups of friends coming to camp, and rest.

Coco Beach camp for couples. Photo by Zai Tri


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Từ khoá: 4 best camping sites in Vietnam for any travelers to discover!

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