Coming back from trip to Ha Giang

Coming back from trip to Ha Giang

Who has just come back from trip to Ha Giang? I am talking to blogger Thu Hien, a good Sales Executive and Receptionist in Footprint’s front office previously and now working in the Product Department. She has just spent a one-week familiarization trip to Ha Giang, her first visit there. We had a little conversation at break-time after lunch. ...READ MORE

Cat Ba island – Women’s Island

Cat Ba island – Women’s Island

Vietnam owns many beautiful islands with great potentials for tourism, Cat Ba island is one of these. Cat Ba Island means “Women’s Island” (Cat meaning sandy and Ba meaning women), and it lies just right next to Ha Long Bay. ...READ MORE

10 things you need to know about the train to Sapa

10 things you need to know about the train to Sapa

It is rice harvest season in Sapa, and we have lots of custom made trekking and home stay tours heading that way. All of the tours will be using the overnight train. Here are some helpful tips to make that journey more pleasant. ...READ MORE

A day of being a local in Hoi An

A day of being a local in Hoi An

The quaint little Hoi An has long been an allure for tourists with picturesque streets, sleepy riverside, incredible cuisine, rave custom tailoring, traditional crafts – you name it. The world heritage site can easily be explored on foot or bicycle, but what about a boat? It’s not a normal boat but a traditional fishing boat. Roll up your sleeves and get ready for a day of being local. ...READ MORE

A national treasure: Bai Tu Long Bay

A national treasure: Bai Tu Long Bay

Located in the northern province of Quang Ninh, Bai Tu Long National Park comprises 40 islands, either earth or limestone, scattering across three communes, Ha Long, Van Yen and Minh Chau of Van Dong District. ...READ MORE