• woodcarving-workshop-in-hoi-an
    Central Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Woodcarving Workshop in Hoi An with Woodart Vietnam

    When you are interested in handicrafts, as well as experiencing the culture of a country through their art and artforms a woodcarving workshop is something you should consider doing while you're in Hoi An. You don't only get to see stunning traditional and modern works of art (Hulk vs. Wolverine) made by Woodcarving, you also get to make your very…

  • jewellery-workshop-in-hoi-an
    Central Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Jewellery Workshop in Hoi An

    While there are many jewellery shops in Hoi An it feels more special to me to be directly involved in the process of creating a unique piece of jewellery for yourself. At Lotus Leaf Fine Art & Jewellery you can take part in a jewellery workshop and learn from a master who has worked on this craft from a young…

  • Central Vietnam,  Vietnam

    My Son Sunrise Tour from Hoi An

    Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary is a former temple city of the Cham people. These ancient ruins are UNESCO World Heritage Site, located about 40km from Hoi An in the province Quang Nam. Both Indian and Hindu aspects are found in their architecture, religious statues and frescoes. Visiting this site is a popular half-day tour to take from Hoi An.

  • self-guided-tour-to-the-clay-tunnels-and-truc-lam-monastery
    South Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Self guided tour to the Clay Tunnel and Truc Lam Monastery

    The area around Tuyen Lam Lake in Da Lat is a perfect day tour destination. Reachable from the city by cable car this scenic landscape has something for everyone: breathtaking nature, panoramic views across the lake, a beautifully restored Buddhist Monastery, options for kayaking or SUP and an open air art gallery in the form of the Clay Tunnels.

  • hoi-an-lantern-workshop
    Central Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Hoi An Lantern Workshop – 2024 Update

    Internationally Hoi An is probably best known for three things: The yellow buildings of the old town, its tailors and the hundreds if not thousands of colourful lanterns all over the city. You can’t walk down even one street without seeing several of them. Buying one as a souvenir is the first thing that will come to your mind, but…

  • A six people group of two women and four men around 30 going Canyoning in Da Lat - Vietnam
    South Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Canyoning in Da Lat – Vietnam

    I want to preface this by saying I am afraid of heights. So of course I had to go on a 2,4 km long alpine coaster ride at Datanla waterfalls and then afterwards went canyoning in Da Lat where we climbed down waterfalls up to 25 meters and abseiled into a raging river. I can recommend this for thrill seekers…

  • lan ha bay cruise from cat ba
    North Vietnam,  Vietnam

    Lan Ha Bay Cruise from Cat Ba

    To see the beauty of Vietnam's northern coast, without the hoards of tourists, unregulated cruise ships, multiplying hotels, gigantic resorts and all the trash you will find nowadays at Ha Long Bay you can visit Lan Ha Bay instead. Part of me wanted to keep this a secret since the more people know about it the fuller and less beautiful…