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Useful Tips When Travelling To Vietnam

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Vietnam is now flourishing because of the growth in its economy. Tourism is also booming in areas like Da Nang, Hai Phong, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Viet Tri is one of the first industrial cities in Vietnam where you can take a journey through the country’s past. In the exciting city with deep historical roots, you will find best hotel in Viet Tri with a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere.

If it is your first time to visit Vietnam, pay attention to the weather so that you can bring appropriate clothes and footwear. During the summer months from May to October, the weather in Vietnam is hot and humid which requires loose comfortable clothing. Don’t be surprised, but Vietnam has a winter season that starts from December until late February. In Hanoi, the average temperature is 17.2 degrees but it may drop to about 10 degrees.

In Saigon, visitors can experience a sunny morning and a rainy afternoon. Be aware of the weather in that part of Vietnam where you intend to travel so that you can bring jackets, sweaters, scarves and closed shoes.

One of the first things that you should do when you arrive in Vietnam is to buy a local sim that can be installed on your phone. Communication with friends will be more efficient and cost effective than using the landline. Besides that, local sims contain different apps like Skype, Viber and Wi-Fi connection.

Make sure to buy the local currency “Dong” before you travel to Vietnam. It is not wise to exchange your dollars at the airport. The monetary unit comes in different denominations that can be a source of confusion because they look almost the same. Pay attention to the denomination printed on the money and not the appearance so that you won’t lose money when transacting with local vendors.

Your best Instagrammablemoments can happen in Viet Tri with its majestic architectures and temples. You can book your accommodations at the best hotel in Viet Tri that offers panoramic lake views. The rooms have innovative designs with stylish comfort to make it extra special for visitors.

Where To Find Authentic Middle Eastern And Lebanese Food In Bangkok

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A trip to Bangkok is incomplete without tasting its delicious food.  From fancy restaurants to glittering food streets, Bangkok has many options to satisfy your cravings. It has a lot of restaurants serving cuisines from around the world. The hotels in Bangkok also have in-house restaurants that serve authentic Thai cuisine along with other European, Lebanese, Middle Eastern and continental cuisines.

On my recent visit, I booked a hotel near Lebanese food in Bangkok. The Sukhmvit area has most of the top restaurants in Bangkok that serve Lebanese food. The restaurants offer authentic Lebanese recipes in the heart of Bangkok. Most of these places are vegetarian and vegan friendly and also offer Halal food for the Muslim tourists. The Lebanese Restaurants offer a lot of authentic dishes like Falafel, Humus, Fattaoush, Tabbouleh, chicken and vegetable kebabs and Shawarma.

Apart from the fancy restaurants, the street food of Bangkok is equally amazing. The street vendors   whip out amazing recipes ranging from authentic Thai recipes using the freshest produce and sea food, to innovative recipes which combine different cuisines. Thailand has a multicultural influence, which is visible in its cuisine too. The fertile coastal lands in Thailand produce the freshest vegetables and fruits with a distinctive taste, the use of aromatic herbs and condiments enhance the taste of food.  Thailand has many enclaves consisting of authentic cuisines from countries like China, Japan, Korea, Middle East and India. Each of these enclaves combines the taste of its home countries with the rich taste of Thai food.

The Middle Eastern enclave is a street market teeming with joints that serve Mediterranean, Turkish, Lebanese, Egyptian and Moroccan delicacies. The market sees huge crowds of Arab tourists and traders who visit Bangkok. The shishah lounges share space with humble eateries serving halal food. If you are a family traveller, looking for more upscale restaurants serving Lebanese food, the sukhmvit area has a wide range of restaurants serving authentic Middle Eastern and Lebanese food. These premium restaurants are well appointed and use imported ingredients to cook authentic Lebanese food. The restaurants offer a friendly and warm atmosphere with tourists from around the world relishing the delicious cuisine.

I advise travellers who are looking for good experiences in Bangkok and wish to savour the rich and delicious food the country has to offer, to choose Sukhmvit area which has hotel near Lebanese food In Bangkok and a lot of other fancy restaurants in the surroundings.