Even if you've been to south-east Asia before, it feels different here.
It's my first time in business class, so everything is a novelty (and rather confusing).
Our family party of seven adults has a nine-day holiday in northern Vietnam in January. We would like suggestions of where to go after meeting up in Hanoi. Is Sapa overly touristy? N. Bowman, Reid ACT Sapa is popular, but not in January, it's seriously cold and often misty and possibly raining and the rice terraces won't be green.
A very comfortable flight with more than satisfying food and drink, but bring your own entertainment.
An excellent place for several days of away-from-it-all relaxation, if not romance.
Both north and south Vietnam have plenty to offer families, but this region is better to travel at this time of the year.
There's far more to Asia than just Bali – although you might not know it from talking to some of your friends.
Where to find the best soups and choose your feuding sticky rice outlet wisely: Luke Nguyen spills the beans on Saigon.
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.