Author Archives: Lyra

Importing Personal Items And Household Items To Vietnam

by Jason Mueller, Guest Post The beauty that exists in the landscapes of Vietnam is nothing short of breathtaking. Vietnam is positively booming with economic growth, rich culture, and friendly people. It won’t come as a shock to anyone when … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Benaras Club

Admittedly, am not too fond of Indian cuisine. The explosion of flavor in every bite gets my palate dazed and confused. But the husband is a big fan and so, I want to try what he likes. There are a … Continue reading

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Enjoy Vietnam’s Coffee Capital By Visiting These 5 Da Lat Cafés

Photo by Chanh Duong on Unsplash Located high above the Lang Biang Plateau, Da Lat City is gifted with a chilly climate. This makes it a great place to both grow delicious coffee beans and enjoy a hot cup of the resulting beverage. … Continue reading

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Have you tried Be?

With the frequent evening rains in Saigon lately, it became increasingly difficult to hail a taxi or even Grab. With Uber out of the picture and the fact that the price of Grab becomes enormously expensive during rush hours and … Continue reading

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Dahi Handi: Authentic Indian Cuisine

Phu My Hung has become a mecca for those in search of a good meal. Amidst the Vietnamese and Korean restaurants, stands Dahi Handi bringing in only authentic Indian cuisine. Dahi Handi prides itself in only serving meals cooked to … Continue reading

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Bukchon Hanok Village

I’ve always been fascinated with traditional Korean houses called Hanok. I love wood so it’s amazing for me to see the harmonious combination of wood and brick in creating such a fascinating structure. I feel for the residents in Bukchon … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossoms at Yeouido Park

My first trip in two years was South Korea. It was unexpected and it made the trip more meaningful. I was lucky enough to have gotten back to work after a furlough of about 10 months. And as soon as … Continue reading

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