If you’ve ever been scuba diving, you’ll know that the world you encounter under the sea is completely different to the one you know on land.
We’ve written heaps on motorbikes in this publication, but nothing before on cars. Edward Dalton test drives his way into the world of four-wheeled vehicles. Photos by Julie Vola
Vu Ha Kim Vy gets on the commuter train from Saigon to Bien Hoa and meets passengers who have travelled the length and breadth of Vietnam. Photos by Bao Zoan and Vu Ha Kim Vy
It’s controversial and it’s brought litter to the summit of Vietnam’s highest peak. Yet as the visitor numbers attest, people just love the cable car to the top of Mount Fansipan. Words by Amelia Burns. Photos by Julie Vola
Zoe Osborne and Mike Palumbo avoid the high-speed, aircon buses to the provinces and instead take a trip on clapped-out local vehicles to My Tho. Here’s what they find
With the expressway cutting journey time to Vung Tau to well under two hours, Vu Ha Kim Vy goes in search of reasons to stay with the venerable boat option
How do you get to an impossible-to-reach tourist destination which as the crow flies is just 200km away? You take every means of transport at your disposal. Edward Dalton and Julie Vola made their way to Co To Island on the other side of Halong Bay