Mui Ne Dunes
Spooktober ended, how about going somewhere in November? How about somewhere in Vietnam? If you find yourself here on November 20, you might witness the Vietnamese Teacher’s Day (Ngày Nhà giáo Việt Nam). Students prepare poems, snacks, flowers and art for the parties held at their schools or visit teachers at their homes to offer...
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Mekong delta Tra Su forest
Hay there! Unsure about visiting Vietnam in October? The country is as little as 50 kilometres (31 miles) across but wide about 600 kilometres (370 miles) in the north. Every month is good to visit and so, just like the leaves in autumn, you’ll fall for it!  Ok, enough with the autumn puns. Let us...
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River running through rice paddies
As you may wonder about the weather in Vietnam in September. this is a transitional month from rainy season to dry season. The Central part is mostly prone to the increasing frequency of rain and possible storms. Hue and Hoi An, therefore, unfortunately, should be avoided. The South remains hot and humid with relatively frequent...
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