Category Archives: Vietnam Blog

Camping in Central coast of Vietnam

The Central Coast of Vietnam beckons with its natural splendor and diverse landscapes, creating an ideal haven for camping enthusiasts in search of both adventure and tranquility. Immersing yourself in the allure of camping presents a unique opportunity to forge an intimate connection with nature while uncovering concealed treasures away from the well-worn trails.

A Good Day To Have A Baby? | Volunteer Work At The Clinic – Mu Waterfall Village, Tu Do Commune

There’s so many things to see and enjoy in Vietnam as a traveller, from amazing mountains to spectacular beaches, from serene paddy fields to busy city life, but there’s also a whole different world to explore here as a volunteer, especially when you are at a small village. Located at Hoa Binh Province – a […]

5 most ‘Instagrammable’ sites in the beautiful Vietnam

Some simply love taking photos more than others, the joy of finding a new location or setting is so special. We get it and we’ve got you covered. So when you travel to Vietnam, there will not be a lack of camera-ready location ever. Danang – Hoi An These two beautiful cities are amongst the […]

The Imperial City of Hue, Vietnam – More Than Special Architecture

Not only famous for beautiful tropical beaches, friendly people or good food, Vietnam is also a destination for the itch to explore culture and history within you. Today, we take a look into a special architecture in Huế, the former imperial capital of Vietnam, which is none other than The Imperial Citadel. The Imperial Citadel […]

Support Teaching in a Pagoda | NorthVietnam

How do you want to spend your summer as a young student? Travelling is definitely fun, volunteer work is also a great idea, what about doing both in a beautiful faraway country called Vietnam? The 3-week experience starts in Hanoi the capital, all the way to the beautiful mountainous areas of Mai Chau and Sapa, […]

Clean Water Project Cambodia – Building wells in rural Siem Riep

Mango Tiger partners with Trutravels and The Cambodian Buddhist Association for Vulnerable Children to improve access to clean water by building wells for villages and families living just outside of Siem Reap.  The Mango Tiger family has always been interested in giving-back and impact projects, and since many members of our family live in Cambodia, […]