Travel in Vietnam by Vespa
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Weather forecast

Don’t forget to check the weather in Ha Noi before you go out – knowing what to expect will help ensure you’re wearing the right clothes and whether to carry an umbrella, your sunglasses or extra-warm clothes and gear for snow. Your vehicle, also, may need to be ready for the...

Top responsible travel tips for Vietnam

Cruising along the open road, wind in your hair and rice paddies to your left and right-the perfect day!  Enjoy your adventure of a lifetime! Experience of Anthony Metolic from positiveworldtravel Be considerate of Vietnam’s customs, traditions, religion and culture. Dress...

Festivals and Events in Vietnam

Tet Trung Thu Also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, this popular festival belongs to the children of Vietnam, but is still fun for adults too. With ancient-roots and rich in myth and legend, travellers will delight in seeing kids performing lion dances and participating in...

Things to buy in Vietnam

  1. Tailored Clothing Hoi An is one of the best places in the world to get tailor-made clothing at a great price. Find a tailor, choose your fabric, get measured and return later to collect your custom-made fashion. 2. Hilltribe Handicrafts Some of Vietnam’s hilltribe...

Things to try in Vietnam

  Vespa    Pho Gaining international popularity, a steaming bowl of flavoursome pho is one of Vietnam’s most celebrated dishes. This noodle soup usually features clear noodles in a broth with beef or chicken and some vegetables and herbs.   Banh Mi The French influence in...

Vietnam and Vespas

Vietnam, food and vintage vespa scooters bring a new adventure every day. Feel your senses come alive as you walk Hanoi’s crazy streets, after cross a street here, you can walk everywhere in the world.    The conquest of Vietnam by France began in 1858 and was completed by...

Best time to visit Vietnam

Generally, there’s no ‘best’ time for travelling in Vietnam as the seasons are a little vague and vary considerably from north to south, and within regions.In the south, the dry season generally runs from December to June with March to May being particularly hot...

Culture and customs

Vietnam’s ancient culture can be traced back centuries and over the years has been influenced in different ways by the Chinese, Khmer, French and American cultures. For most Vietnamese people, connection to family and community is paramount – whether they are from...