Get a haircut like a local in Ho Chi Minh City

A wise traveler would have a haircut in Asia! Why? It’s incredibly cheap and the results may go beyond your expectation. In Vietnam, it costs only 80.000VND (about $3.5) for the gentlemen with a combo of washing, cutting and hair styling. As a lady, I often spend a little bit more to do my hair but you know… girls are always more complicated and sometimes “Good hair days make me feel like I can rule the world!”.

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The prettiest restaurant in Taichung – Pumpkin House

This pumpkin-ish restaurant was unexpectedly found when I was searching for the way in Taichung on Google map. The name Lulu’s kitchen & Pumpkin House immediately caught my attention on the phone screen and after checking the photos, I had no doubt that I wanted to have dinner there

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8 great places to eat Asian food in Rotterdam, the Netherlands

I do believe that “Good foods can create a good mood” and I’m sure that Asian foods can even do it better than any cuisines. After a few years of tasting and experiencing, I can’t wait anymore to share with you my 8 favorite places to enjoy the good Asian foods in Rotterdam.

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Explore Den Haag with a lifestyle vlogger

In Den Haag you can have a lot of fun on the beach, enjoy lunch in a quiet cafe or go shopping in a vibrant alleyway. Today I would like to introduce you to a Youtube channel of an outstanding vlogger who lives in Den Haag. She will bring you to many trendy restaurants, cafes and a lot of outstanding events, activities in the city.

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A quick travel guide to Da Lat – City of Eternal Spring

90% of the Vietnamese love Da Lat and choose this city as a vacation place with their family and friends. 80% of the foreigners that I met in Vietnam told me that Da Lat is truly beautiful and distinctive compared to the other cities. So why has Da Lat gained so much popularity in the travelers’ community in Vietnam?

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Useful tips before your trip to Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City, my hometown, is a beautiful and vibrant city, but as I know it’s quite challenging for the first-time visitors to travel and get around here. In my recent trip to Ho Chi Minh city, I tried to be a tourist to get more new experiences, and together with my knowledge as a local, here comes the advice for you before landing at Tan Son Nhat International airport.

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5 cool places to ‘Instagram’ in Rotterdam

Rotterdam is so different from the other cities in the Netherlands and Europe. Don’t expect to have a romantic photo next to a canal or a big cathedral in Rotterdam. Instead, your Instagram would be painted with the colorful graffiti walls or the weird shaped buildings of this city. 
Here are my 5 favorite spots in Rotterdam that you may want to snap a shot for your Instagram.

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Finding your way to Zaanse Schans

As you can see, the easiest way to go to Zaanse Schans is by train. You can check the train schedules on the railway website of the Netherlands. The train station’s name is Zaandijk Zaanse Schans. This website also has an English version so I found it very easy to use. The trains in the Netherlands drive quite often (every 5 to 10 minutes).

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