And its VIETNAM: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh, Hue

And its VIETNAM: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh, Hue
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Veitnam  visit

Vietnam    And what a country it is    Earlier last year. we spent 10 unforgettable days in this beautiful part of the world. 10 days of mouth watering .   cuisine, epic countryside, a town full of  lanterns, historic tombs of past Emperor’s.  beaches, custom fitted dresses  beaches.  In this video, we’ll be taking you through.   our time here, along with places we would  recommend. trips that are worth checking out,     how to make sure you return in one piece.    If you’re new here, then welcome. We make  travel movies from around the world, hoping    you might just find your next holiday inspiration. 

 Minh Mang 

Minh Mang was the second monarch of the Nguyen  Dynesty.  was generally a well liked Emperor.    due to his policies expanding and stabilising  Vietnam. Covering 15 hectares, it’s easy.    to spend an hour here as the tomb and grounds  still  in great condition.    A short drive away is the tomb of Khai Dinh.  This is a much smaller tomb, possibly reflecting .   that he was largely an unpopular Emperor at  the time.. Kie Dinh was the countries .   second to last Emperor ever, with his successor  ultimately abdicating. thus ending the Vietnamese    monarchy in 1945.    Unlike Hoi An, Hue felt much more lived in  by its locals. When we weren’t peeking into    its history we were seeking out its hospitality.

Discovered coffe

  We rediscovered a Vietnamese coffee that didn’t    involve a chicken. and stuffed our mouths  with some great food here.   with a bunch of courses falling under £15.    Vietnam in general certainly seems like a  country that hasn’t forgotten its past.    but is clearly one that has already moved  forward and will continue to do so, especially .   for what it offers to travellers. I first  visited Vietnam in 2009 and even since then.   I noticed a massive difference in infrastructure  and preparation for the future.  Please consider  supporting us on Patreon for more behind the    scenes content and what we get up to every  month.    Until the next video, thanks for watching  Suitcase Monkey.    


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