As many of the best places to eat in Vietnam are, so is the Ba Le Well restaurant, tucked down a lane.
Bang Mi Phoung
Let’s talk about (good) street food…
Home away from home.
Hoi An Ancient Town
Exploring the Ancient Town…
We have reached the historic and atmospheric city Hoi An.
The five ‘mountains’ are named after the five elements; Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth). In the mountains are several Buddhist and Hindu sanctuaries inside caves and tunnels featuring statuary and relief depictions of religious scenes carved out of the marble.
In Danang on the Son Tra Peninsula you find the marble statue of Bodhisattva of Mercy, also known as Lady Buddha.
The Forbidden City
The former Emperial City of Hué (pronounced Huway) was the capital of Vietnam from 1802-1945. In the centre of Hué lies the Forbidden Purple City – a UNESCO World Heritage protected sight.
We have gone further into the mountains to Hoang Lien National Park .