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Nam Dinh

 

Often passed over for the scenery of neighbouring Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh offers something that no other province in Vietnam can provide. Churches. And lots of them. Words and photos by Nick Ross

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Con Dao

If you like nature, sun, sea and diving, but don’t care so much for nightlife, then the remote islands of Con Dao could be for you. Words and photos by Nick Ross

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The 4th Angkor Photography Festival

 

The region’s most respected photography festival returns to Siem Reap from Nov. 23 to Nov. 28. Celebrating the work of both local and international photographers, the festival will include a number of workshops and seminars for both budding and professional photographers.

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Bangkok to Saigon Cycle Challenge 2010


The tenth annual Bangkok to Saigon Cycle Challenge, an epic 1,000 km mountain bike ride along back roads, tracks and trails through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam to raise funds for the countries’ most disadvantaged children, will get underway on Nov. 6 and finish on Nov. 21.

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Street Hassle

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Visitors to Vietnam’s cities often have the same two complaints: the appalling traffic and the lack of nightlife choices. Vietnam wants tourists for their spending power, but doesn’t exactly go out of its way to make life comfortable for them while they’re here.

 

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Mia Nha Trang

Everyone loves a beach holiday; cocktails and beer by the pool, swimming in the sea, sunbathing on the sand, freshly cooked seafood on the terrace. People love it so much that they fly thousands of miles for the pleasure. Yet for those of us who live in Vietnam, it’s right on our doorstep.

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Bhutan

Tran Cam Thu takes a trip to the ‘happiest place on earth’ hoping to learn something about the art of being happy. Photos by Hang Le

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Glimpses of the Other India

On his trusty motorbike, Matt Dworzanczyk heads to Northeast India, the strange monkey-like sliver of land sandwiched in between Myanmar, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan and Nepal. There he finds a country as similar as it is different to the rest of India

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