Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula. With an estimated 94.6 million inhabitants as of 2016, it is the 15th most populous country in the world. Vietnam is bordered by China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, part of Thailand to the southwest, and the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia across the South China Sea to the east and southeast. Its capital city has been Hanoi since the reunification of North and South Vietnam in 1976, while its most populous city is Ho Chi Minh City. See Vietnam with help from Wyld Family Travel’s detailed Vietnam travel guides. 

  • How to explore South East Asia by kayak
    For anyone who is looking for some fun in the sun, Southeast Asia is usually top on the list of holiday destinations. With its year wide tropical climate that also boasts plentiful amounts of rainfall, Southeast Asia is every kayak enthusiast’s dream destination. In today’s article, we look at the top 5 spots for exploring … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City with teenagers
    Ho Chi Minh City as it’s officially called is an electric mix of neon, traffic, street food, history and many smiling faces. There are plenty of things to do with teenagers in Ho Chi Minh City.  Whether it be Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City we loved our time in this city (I will refer … Read the full article here
  • Our Halong Bay Cruise with Bhaya
    Bhaya Cruises have a long history of running amazing cruises on Halong Bay. Over the years they have been able to refine, tailor and perfect their Halong Bay 3 days 2-night cruise into the great product you experience today. And we here at Wyld Family Travel got to experience it first hand. We were picked … Read the full article here
  • Lotte Mart Da Nang Vietnam
    Have you heard of Lotte Mart? Lotte Mart is a Korean hypermarket that sells food, clothes, cosmetics, home wares and more. For many families visiting Da Nang, an apartment is the accommodation of choice. With most apartment accommodation in Da Nang, you will have a full-sized fridge and cooking equipment and this is where Lotte … Read the full article here
  • How to get to Halong Bay from Hanoi
    For most people visiting Hanoi, a trip to Halong Bay is in their plans. Halong Bay is like no other place in the world and many who visit it will tell you they’ve seen nothing like it. The good thing about it is Halong Bay is only 175 kilometres away from Hanoi. You might be … Read the full article here
  • How to get from Da Nang to Hoi An Old Town.
    The Hoi An Old Town is an amazing UNESCO world heritage area that draws hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. This area with its French colonial architecture, faded yellow buildings, small streets and shops is must visit when in Vietnam. But how do you get to Hoi An? Hoi An does not have an … Read the full article here
  • A family homestay at Nguyen Shack Saigon
    Megacities…you either love them or hate them. We happen to love them but we love staying in a place that makes you feel like you are in a small village in the country. Nguyen Shack is that little place in Ho Chin Minh, Vietnam. Located in District 1 in Saigon, the hustle and bustle was … Read the full article here
  • Staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam.
    The staff greeted us as we arrived at the front door after getting out of our van from Halong Bay. Entering Wyndham Garden Hanoi I was struck by the open plan, the pops of colours, the bright and airy concept that a lot of reception areas are lacking. The big, long soft sofa’s and casual … Read the full article here
  • Cinammon Sunset Dinner Cruise in Hoi An Vietnam
    Sometimes the best way to see a place is from the water. Being in Hoi An the river runs right through and around the UNESCO old town. So, we decide to do a Hoi An dinner cruise with Cinnamon cruises. Dinner cruises are always good family activity in Hoi An. The Cinnamon Sunset dinner cruise … Read the full article here
  • Bonsai buffet Saigon River Cruise
    We were all looking forward to going on the Bonsai River Cruise for a buffet dinner. I had been unwell for the last couple of weeks so we were all under the impression this would be a great thing to do in Ho Chi Minh City at night for our family to get back into … Read the full article here
  • The best food tour in Ho Chi Minh City
    As we wandered downstairs we were greeted one by one by four smiling faces at the exit of our hotel by the team from AN Food Tours. Our family of four were extremely excited to be doing a food tour in Ho Chi Minh City on motorbikes. As we all got acquainted with Daniel, Cam, … Read the full article here