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Return to Cyber City

Hong Kong KowloonHong Kong Kowloon | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

How I came to Asia again - via Hong Kong, the greatest metropolis I know so far.

The Mighty Mekong

The Mekong is a great river that origins somewhere in China and makes it"s way through Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

Ginger Flowers in the Mekong DeltaGinger Flowers in the Mekong Delta | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

While I first met the "Old Father" in Xishuangbanna (Yunnan Province, China), the vast Mekong Delta is right here, not far away from Saigon. Read a travel review of a very nice one day tour to Cai Be and Cai Lay, towns in the picturesque Mekong Delta of Vietnam!

Dinh Cau and the Night Market

Dinh CauDinh Cau | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

If you happen to travel to Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam, check out Dinh Cau, also called the Cau Temple in Duong Dong town. It is a really nice destination to visit, watch the sun set over the Gulf of Thailand and snap some travel pictures.

More People on the Night MarketMore People on the Night Market | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

Afterwards, check out the night market near Dinh Cau and sample the local seafood dishes. It's a little weird, but delicious if you happen to be an adventurous eater. Of course, if you prefer not to ingest sea urchins or sea cucumbers, stir-fried with locally produced fish sauce, you can always opt for a plate of clams to be on the safe side.

The Imperial City of Hue

Hue - Dragon Boats on the Perfume RiverHue - Dragon Boats on the Perfume River | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

The world heritage city of Hue was the last capital of the old monarchy in Vietnam and high seat of the Nguyen dynasty. Not only that Hue is stunningly beautiful, also the professional attitude towards tourism impressed me.

Holiday in Da Lat

View on Langbiang Mountain, Da LatView on Langbiang Mountain, Da Lat | photo: (cc-by-sa) Frank Fox

In my opinion, Da Lat is one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam. While not as clean and professional as Da Nang or Hue, the climate and picturesque setting of Da Lat on the Langbiang plateau makes it the perfect honeymoon location.

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