Everything you need to know to use buses in Vietnam: from how to pay for metro-buses, scheduling, to doing research about long-haul sleeper buses.
Vietnam has 54 ethnic groups, and over a 100 spoken languages, some with less than 1000 people left. The “Kinh” are the dominant 86% majority group.
Which are the best Vietnamese restaurants in Toronto, judged by Vietnamese for authenticity?
Our favourite towns in Vietnam to live and work as digital nomads, including best cafes and co-working spaces to work, and leisure opportunities.
Learn basic tourist-level Vietnamese in this text-and-audio lesson featuring a mock dialogue: shopping for food at a small wet-market
From tips on coded-language, to how to sit in a business meeting, to proper gifts for the Tet holidays — we decode the Vietnamese business culture
We’ve travelled all over Vietnam to sample food. Here is our top 10 list of breakfast meals to eat: from pho to mi to banh hoi and more.
From who eats first, to chopsticks faux-pas: 24 tips. rules, do’s and don’ts about dining in Vietnam for expats.
Tourists in Vietnam should prepare for some personal questions: Why are you tall? Are you married? Why is your skin so white? … Some example replies
Vietnam is increasingly hiring foreigners to fuel its international growth. Here are the best websites for find jobs in Vietnam as an expat.
Our favourite unusual jobs in Vietnam and potential business opportunities. These traditional and new jobs are growing as Vietnamese consume more.
How to ask “Where is?” or “Which direction to…?” in Vietnamese, as well as common answers to direction questions
What does “Bích Phúc Đạt” mean in Vietnamese? Expats and tourists can learn Vietnamese via its funny (& naughty) sounding names.
Expats in Vietnam should learn the vocabulary about family, which is super important in Vietnam. Mẹ means mother, and Bố imeans father.
Our personal experience finding apartments in Vietnam for long-term says. We cover Facebook groups, Vietnamese classified ads, and more
The Vietnamese expression for “Happy Birthday!” is Chúc mừng sinh nhật. Learn more about Vietnamese culture surrounding birthdays
Bà & Ông are key words to know in Vietnamese, in order to speak politely to elderly people. Listen to the properly pronunciation
Fortune tellers are very important in Vietnamese society — from marriage to business to land. Here was our experience, the good and bad
Our top 10 favourite street-food dishes in Hanoi and where to go, plotted on an interactive map. From Spicy crepes to Phở to spring rolls.
Listen to how to pronounce 12 common slangs that are useful in Vietnam, and what they mean, like DM, Vãi đái, Hãm, and more