Now that our time in South East Asia is over, we’ve been reflecting back. Over a whisky (or 5), we worked out our SE Asia Top 10.
So you’re currently sitting in a Hoi An guesthouse, searching for tips on what to eat, provided you can manage to drag yourself away from your Bia Hoi hangover… Or maybe you aren’t there just yet but you’re very organised. Either way, you’re a winner. Hoi An has some of the best food in Vietnam, including a couple of dishes which only exist within the city limits. The following six dishes which we enjoyed in Hoi An make me want to book a direct flight back to this city immediately!
It’s that time again. Time to drink every beer a country has to offer and separate the good, the bad and the ugly. Round four is dedicated to the beer loving paradise that is Vietnam, with some very surprising microbreweries showing that the Vietnamese quite possibly make the best beer in South East Asia. Read on to find out what we loved about the beer of Vietnam.
Before leaving Vietnam, we had one final day in Hanoi and decided to spend it B52 hunting. Vietnam is so proud of the David and Goliath-esque victories in the downing of these monstrous bombers, and everywhere you go you’re reminded of this.
No trip to Vietnam would be complete without seeing it’s famous, UNESCO heritage listed Halong Bay. We were a bit worried about how touristy this area would be and after doing some research decided to stay on Cat Ba Island instead of on a boat.