Where's the best spot to spend Christmas in Vietnam?
We'd like to spend about three weeks in Vietnam next September. Any suggestions for a tour company?
Saigon may have changed its name since Greene's day, but one thing undoubtedly remains the same.
We're a family of five with teenage kids. Can you recommend somewhere not to expensive?
Melbourne chef Franky Pham makes an interesting discovery in Vietnam.
Some of our favourite memories are from rail journeys through remote regions in the developing world.
Lush scenery, enchanting villages and little traffic... no wonder Australian cyclists love Vietnam.
Travel is about get out of your comfort zone. Sometimes you need to be blasted out of it.
Ethereal landscape meets bustling food markets; this former French colony is an exotic destination that taps all the senses. Tranquil beauty lingers from jade-coloured waters to soaring limestone islands in the north, majestical wonder surrounds old imperial palaces and bluey hill-tops around Hue, giving way to multi-storey department stores, mega-coffee houses and endless bustle of traffic in the big city life of Ho Chi Minh.