The first thing that comes to one’s mind hearing Vietnam is the Vietnam war.
During the trip to Vietnam, visiting Cu Chi Tunnels was on top of my list
tunnels of Củ Chi are an immense network of connecting tunnels ( more than 150 kms ) located in the Củ Chi District of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and St. Joseph’s Cathedral are the two major tourist attractions in Hanoi. The mausoleum is the resting place of Vietnamese most revered revolutionary leader & their President Ho Chi Minh.
Vlog #7 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 7 – Kayaking at Ha Long Bay
Keeth house is a chalet (wooden house), situated 9 km from Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry. Watch the video to know more about this wonderful property.
Kayaking at Ha Long Bay is a refreshing experience. Its a perfect getaway from the mad rush of Hanoi.
Vlog #6 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 6 – Vietnamese Dong
The currency of Vietnam is Vietnamese Dong ( VND). This vlog gives an idea about VND, various denominations and how much VND one should carry while travelling to Vietnam.
Vlog #5 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 5 – Women power of Vietnam
Do you know that Vietnam ranks 1st in Asia in female business ownership? Here is a short vlog about the women power of Vietnam.
Vlog #4 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 4 – Nightlife in Hanoi
Hanoi is a magnificent city and has a great nightlife. Watch the crazy nightlife in Hanoi.
Vlog #3 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 3 – The Train Street at Hanoi
Imagine a train that passes through an impossibly narrow street full of houses and cafes, what this vlog on the most famous street in hanoi, The Train street.
Vlog #2 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 2 – Dong Thien Cung Cave
Ha Long Bay in Vietnam has so many caves. Known as the “Heavenly Palace” Cave, Thien Cung Cave is the most beautiful primitive cave of Ha Long Bay and the longest dry cave in Asia. Watch a short vlog about the cave.
Vlog #1 – Vietnam Diaries : Episode 1 – Halong Bay Cruise Ride
Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World heritage site, famous for its stunning beauty.