The small town of Hoi An is located in Quang Nam Province on the coast of south central Vietnam, a short distance from the larger more..
Xeo (or Xe) Quit’s always been one of our favourite stops on our 3 day Mekong Delta programme; – the dense, lush, impenetrable jungle with more..
Plenty of great markets to wander around in Vietnam and indeed the wet market across the river from Can Tho is also a favourite but more..
New roads and routes get constructed, new flight connections introduced, new destinations open up, hotels and resorts come and go so there’s been quite a more..
A Flower Hmong girl taken at Bac Ha’s Sunday Market. Don’t intend to be patronising – these guys have as much right to a cellphone more..
Our ‘Spring Sale’ of free single room supplements for bookings made in January, (see here), has been pretty popular but still a few places left more..
Very pleasant sundowners with Marc Lucas and family at Chiang Mai’s Huay Tung Tao yesterday even if there were a few unseasonal rain clouds about! more..
And here’s a photo of the famous ‘Japanese Bridge’ at Hoi An – for no reason other than we haven’t posted a Vietnam pic for more..
Not a bad spot for a morning coffee or an evening cocktail eh!? That’s the terrace of the café at Whale Island Resort on the more..
After a drive along the much improved road from Laos’s Muang Khua to the Vietnamese border, Wi’s gallant group have now arrived in the remote more..
Well things are getting a bit hectic now with no less than 8 tours running concurrently, so blog posts may be a bit more scarce more..
Princess Ubolratana of Thailand, Lesley, (All Points East), Nikki from Godifferently and Justin from Responsibletravel at Monday’s awards. All Points East are very proud to more..
Black Hmong and Red Dzao people in the busy market at Sapa, Northern Vietnam. Taken on our ‘Unexplored – the far North‘ tour – see more..
One of our most popular pix from our All Points East Flickr page, this is the picturesque Black, (or Da), River valley just north of more..
A ‘truly spectacular combination of rocks and water’, the awesome Halong Bay is one of S. E. Asia’s most dramatic and iconic landscapes. An inlet of the South more..