Blogs from expats in Vietnam
Would you like to work, live, move to Vietnam? Or just to find out how is life in Vietnam? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Vietnam!
17 destinations in Vietnam
Il Faro (the lighthouse) is a colonial style villa situated at Tay Ho on the West Lake in Hanoi. Il Faro is a little Italy in the heart of Hanoi, The Italian restaurant and courtyard bistro offer fine dining and host a series of Italian themed events which are unique. From Art Exhibitions, Live Music Nights, Outdoor Barbeques, Sundown Aperitifs and many more to come. For those staying at Il Faro, the villa offers an oasis of style and warm hospitality, and for our Italian food lovers we are publishing a series of Recipes: Classic Italian aperitivi, Larte Di Mangiar Bene; Recipes by Pellegrino Artusi born in 1820 Florence and Il Faro Chefs specialities. We will also be posting events and interesting places to visit in and around Hanoi, and street photography so stay connected
Exploring Vietnam; making new friends; discovering culture; exploring whatever is interesting at the moment
Bonjour ! Xin Chào ! Venant de France, et partant pour plusieurs mois au Vietnam en qualité de graphiste, J'aimerais partager avec vous ce voyage à travers mes petits dessins. J'espère que vous allez aimer ! N'hesitez pas à laisser des messages j'y repondrais le mieux et le plus tot possible..
This was supposed to have been a blog about how I'm growing and changing as a person while traveling and teaching abroad for a year, but it's basically pictures of food that I've eaten paired with long-winded descriptions. I like to do a lot of budgeting and accounting on my blog, so people who are interested in or are already living in HCMC can see how much things are costing for me and compare that to what they've heard or their own experiences.
My blog is a website, photographic journey, and record of thoughts compiled while living in Hoi An, Vietnam. My usual home is Brisbane, Australia. I am keen to get involved in the local community here in Hoi An and do what I can to help if my skills can be of use. I welcome contact from anyone and everyone who has an interest in Vietnam generally or Hoi An specifically. Read my blog and join me on the journey!