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There are so many additional items you could add to your Southeast Asia bucket list but half the fun is finding them along the way. These 101 items should give you a solid start!

Southeast Asian countries

Just to clear up what’s meant by Southeast Asia, the official definition is:

Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Brunei and Timor-Leste.

In terms of the popular countries for backpackers, it’s this list minus the last two. In this Southeast Asia bucket list, I’ll be including my favourite things to do in these nine amazing countries.

If you’re wondering how to string these experiences together, check out my 3 month Southeast Asia itinerary.

Things to do in Southeast Asia

These are some of my must-dos and sees around Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Myanmar. Enjoy!

Related read: 101 backpacking Asia travel tips

Southeast Asia bucket list – Thailand

Don’t miss the following…

1. Eat street food in Bangkok (not just pad Thai)

I especially loved the food in Bangkok‘s Chinatown where you can try classic Thai dishes as well as authentic Chinese cuisine. To find all the best bits, I’d recommend a food crawl with A Chef’s Tour.

2. Find paradise on the Thai Islands

My personal favourite is Koh Lanta which doesn’t feel too touristy despite having excellent beaches, nightlife, restaurants and nature.

3. Explore over 300 temples in Chiang Mai

Wat Pha Lat accessible via jungle hike

The temples aren’t the only reason to visit Chiang Mai. The city within Chiang Mai’s Old City Walls has no chain restaurants or cafes, just independent Chiang Mai coffee shops and lively night markets. The food in Chiang Mai is different to Southern Thai cuisine – eat as much as possible!

4. Visit Bangkok’s Grand Palace

Grand Palace, Bangkok

Make sure it’s included in your Bangkok itinerary!

5. Try Muay Thai boxing

The national sport of Thailand is a type of martial art practiced for centuries. While in Thailand, tick it off your Thailand bucket list by taking a full Muay Thai training course, a lesson, or simply jumping in the ring and tackling another tourist during a competitive evening show.

6. Feel the vibe in Pai

In the heart of Pai town, there are hippie cafes, a delectable night market serving everything from Thai street food to sushi, and some unusual backpacker hostels like Pai Circus School.

7. Experience a full moon party in Koh Phangan

Grab your rave paint and a bucket of booze and see how long you last!

8. Go inside off-beat White Temple in Chiang Rai

Take a tour from Chiang Mai if you don’t have time to stay overnight in Chiang Rai.

9. Learn to dive in Koh Tao

Unfortunately, the steady flow of wannabe divers coming to Koh Tao has negatively impacted the sealife of Koh Tao. I didn’t see much but once I had my qualification, I moved onto other dive sites in Southeast Asia.

10. Experience the Lantern Festival Chiang Mai

It’s celebrated alongside Loy Krathong, an equally important Thai festival held to honour Mother Nature. During these celebrations, offerings are released into the rivers rather than the skies.

11. Celebrate Songkran

Participants grab water pistols and buckets to drench passersby. You won’t want to walk down the street with non-waterproof valuables on you during Songkran! For a fun and memorable experience, head to a designated Songkran zone in Bangkok.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Vietnam

My favourite country in Southeast Asia and, let’s face it, the world is Vietnam. I’ve wracked up months of experience in this country and believe many of the best activities in Southeast Asia are located here, from visiting the largest caves in the world in Phong Nha to exploring hidden gems in Quy Nhon beach town.

12. Attempt to cross the road in Hanoi!

For another crazy road crossing, check out Train Street Hanoi.

13. Fall in love with Hoi An

You can also take day trips to the Cham Islands, My Son Temples and Marble Mountains in Da Nang.

14. Explore artisan guilds in Hanoi Old Quarter

Flower Street

You’ll get lost wandering Hanoi Old Quarter but that’s half the fun. The other half is grabbing lunch at Bahn Mi 45 and sipping coffee in one of the many Hanoi cafes. Other adorable neighbourhoods to discover afterwards include Ngoc Ha and Truc Bach.

15. Cruise through Ha Long Bay

One of my favourite memories from Northern Vietnam is cruising by boat through Ha Long Bay, a collection of 1,600 islands translating as ‘descending dragon’. Kayaking through the craggy islands and eating fresh seafood on deck is a must for any Southeast Asia bucket list.

The boat I spend two days aboard

Take a 2-day Ha Long Bay cruise including return bus travel to Ha Long port.

16. Get an outfit made in Hoi An

Hoi An has a reputation as one of the cheapest places in Southeast Asia (and possibly the world) to get clothes custom-made. You can go into any tailor in Hoi An and show them a dress, suit or another item of clothing. The staff will mock up your measurements and have it ready in a couple of days, often for less than $20 USD. Bargain!

17. Try egg coffee

Take a coffee-lovers walking tour with GetYourGuide.

18. Go sandboarding in Mũi Né

A fun sport to add to your Southeast Asia bucket list is sandboarding in Mũi Né. This city on the south coast of Vietnam is known for its golden dunes which you can ride in the early morning before the sand gets too hot. Other things to do in Mũi Né include watching sunrise over the dunes and visiting the magical Fairy Stream.

19. Wallow in a mud bath in Nha Trang

Hire a private egg-shaped bath for 100 VND (less than $5 USD) at 100 Eggs Spa and wallow to your heart’s content in oozy mud.

20. Trek in Sapa

Compare prices on Sapa tours.

21. Learn about the Vietnam War in Saigon

In Saigon, also known as Ho Chi Minh, you can visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, an intricate maze of narrow tunnels where Vietnamese soldiers lived for years. You can also visit the War Remnants Museum, one of the most powerful and heartbreaking museums in Southeast Asia.

22. Experience ‘Ha Long Bay on land’ in Ninh Binh

Craggy cliffs in Ninh Binh

Other things to add to your Ninh Binh itinerary include hiking to the Mau Caves viewpoint (pictured), visiting Bich Dong Pagoda and taking a second boat cruise at Bai Dinh, the quieter and less touristic version of Tam Coc.

23. Sail the Mekong Delta from Saigon to Cambodia 24. Visit ancient temples in Hue

If you travel afterwards to Hoi An, make sure to take the Hai Van Pass.

25. Find the cheapest bia hoi you can (my record was 8p)

The most atmospheric place in Vietnam to drink fresh beer is Bia Hoi Corner in Hanoi Old Quarter.

26. Eat pho, banh mi and bun cha

Beef pho

The best foods in Saigon include com tam (smoky pork with rice and a gooey fried egg), bun riêu (crab noodle soup) and some of the best banh mis in Vietnam.

27. Break into the Abandoned Waterpark in Hue

Bold backpackers who bribe the security guide or trek through the undergrowth can explore the roaring dragon tower and empty water slides. It’s weird but definitely wonderful!

Southeast Asia bucket list – Laos

Vientiane may be Laos’ capital but there’s not much to do. Luang Prabang is the cultural capital with exquisite temples, night markets and cafes.

28. Swim in Kuang Si Falls, Luang Prabang

This gorgeous three-tier waterfall just outside of Luang Prabang is one of the best you’ll visit in Asia. With shallow temperate pools, it’s almost like a refreshing bath! You can catch a songtaew (shared local taxi) from Luang Prabang and spend half a day climbing the falls and relaxing in the water.

29. Experience eco-tourism in Vang Vieng

Beautiful Vang Vieng

Activities include rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, trekking and kayaking. Don’t miss Kaeng Nyui Waterfall, Pha Ngeun viewpoint, Tham Chang Cave and the Blue Lagoon.

30. Zipwire through the jungle on the Gibbon Experience

You can visit as part of a 3 day, 2 night tour with the Gibbon Experience which includes food, treks, treehouse accommodation and guides. It’s pricey for Laos at $209 but sounds like a most memorable experience.

31. Eat at Luang Prabang Night Market

Luang Prabang Night Market

Another bucket list item for foodies is visiting Luang Prabang Night Market. There’s affordable food galore served buffet-style.

32. Kayak with dolphins around Laos’ Four Thousand Islands

Despite once being on the verge of extinction, Irrawaddy Dolphin numbers are growing. They can only be found in this stretch of river measuring just over 100 miles separating Laos and Cambodia.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Cambodia

With its impressive Angkor temples and beautiful beaches, Cambodia is a popular addition to the Southeast Asia tourist circuit. The following Cambodia stops comprise some of the best things to do in Southeast Asia…

33. See sunrise over the Angkor Wat temples

The best place to stay is the nearby city of Siem Reap. A temple pass is expensive these days at $62 but you wouldn’t want to miss it. Take an early morning Angkor Wat sunrise tour, return for a nap then explore again later in the day.

34. Find peace on Koh Rong Sanloem island

Once a hidden gem, the gorgeous island of Koh Long Sanloem is very ‘discovered’ yet still feels like paradise. With a dense jungle at its heart and white sand beaches around the outside, it’s prime for snorkelling, boat trips and relaxing on the beach. While Koh Rong is a party island, you can escape to smaller Koh Rong Sanloem for a more laidback feel.

35. Cruise Siem Reap floating villages

One of the more unusual things to do in Southeast Asia is explore floating villages where locals live, work, fish and eat from houses on stilts. The best example is probably Tonle Sap Lake, a huge body of water in Cambodia home to four floating villages. You can easily visit as a day tour from Siem Reap.

36. Watch the Cambodian circus

A must for experiencing Cambodian culture is a trip to Phare, The Cambodian Circus. Ambitious aerobics, dance and circus tricks characterise this lively show which can be seen in Siem Reap. It’s a chance to support talented young Cambodian performers as they share folk stories passed down through generations.

37. Ride the Battambang bamboo train

When two cars meet, the one with the fewest passengers has to be folded and removed from the tracks to let the other pass. The Cambodian government say they may be replacing the iconic bamboo railway soon so add it to your Southeast Asia bucket list while you can!

38. Eat fish amok

Fish amok

Cambodian food isn’t as well known around the world as Thai or Vietnamese but there are some tasty Khmer dishes you shouldn’t miss. My favourite is fish amok, a chilli, lemongrass and coconut curry served inside banana leaves. Yum!

Southeast Asia bucket list – Myanmar

Following 50 years of civil war and military dictatorship, Burma only recently opened to foreign travellers. Tourism may be in its infancy compared to Thailand or Bali but things are changing fast. Visit sooner rather than later…

39. Explore Bagan, Myanmar’s ancient temple site

Exploring Bagan is one of the best things to do in Southeast Asia

A bonus Southeast Asia bucket list experience is a hot air balloon over the temple site at dawn!

40. Climb 777 stairs of Mount Popa

Summiting a 1518m volcano to reach a Buddhist shrine at the top couldn’t be more bucket list-worthy. It takes about two hours to hike the 777 steps up Mount Popa but the views from the peak are worth it. The extinct volcano is in Central Myanmar, a 2-hour drive from Yangon.

41. Marvel at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon

One of the first sites to be seen in Myanmar’s capital, Yangon, is Shwedagon Pagoda. This 99-metre gold stupa can be seen from all round the city. You can visit any time of the day and also at night when the gleaming religious site is particularly mesmerising. Ancient legend says that a hair from the Buddha resides inside.

42. Read from the world’s largest book in Mandalay

Stone scriptures

As an avid reader, I was intrigued to visit Kuthodaw Pagoda in Mandalay, home to a set of stone scriptures dubbed the world’s largest book. Wandering between the 700 stone slabs was indeed a bucket list Southeast Asia experience though, alas, I couldn’t decipher the ancient texts.

43. Eat Burmese street food

Another spot not to miss is 19th Street in Yangon, otherwise known as Myanmar Barbecue Street. Tuck into a whole grilled fish with stir-fried greens and a cold beer. Bliss!

44. Trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake

Arrive into Kalaw and find Sam’s Family, a restaurant and tour operator who organise three-day treks (sending your main luggage by car to your next hotel so you don’t need to carry it – woo!). Prices may have inflated since 2023 but I recall paying about £20 for the whole tour.

Finish the Kalaw to Inle Lake trek by seeing this unique sight

45. See one-legged fisherman in Inle Lake

Relax, they don’t actually have one leg! This unique style of fishing sees the fisherman row with one leg while watching fish. They’ll either row with one leg and hold their fishing basket with both hands or row with one hand and hold the basket with a foot. It’s a bizarre yet fascinating sight to see.

46. Take a pilgrimage to the Golden Rock near Yangon

Buddhists travel from far and wide due to an ancient legend proclaiming that it’s balanced upon a hair from the Buddha.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Malaysia

Malaysia isn’t as popular on the backpack trail as Thailand or Bali and it’s underrated in a totally different way to Laos and Cambodia. It’s modern and developed with higher prices and more English spoken than the countries above.

Malaysia has a bit of everything from glitzy cities, heritage towns like Georgetown and spectacular nature. Large Chinese and Indian communities mean there are Hindu temples, Buddhist temples (like Kek Lok Si), churches and mosques. Don’t miss…

47. Street art in Georgetown

Thanks to an artist named Ernest Zacharevic, Malaysia has become a street art hub. Some of the best pieces can be found in Georgetown, the capital of Penang Island. These interactive works of art incorporate real furniture and bicycles which can be sat upon for photo opportunities. An afternoon exploring Penang street art is time well spent.

48. Drink with a skyline view of the Petronas Towers

Briefly the tallest set of buildings in the world, the iconic Petronas Towers remain dominate KL’s skyline. While you can head to the pricey sky deck at the top, I would recommend instead visiting SkyBar on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel. This bar opposite offers unrivalled views of the towers while you sip your drink.

49. Visit a Malaysian Chinatown

Some of the best food and most colourful temples in Malaysia can be found in Chinatowns. I’ve visited these in Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Melaka and Penang. Eat Hainanese chicken rice, wander incense-lined Taoist temples and observe the Chinese Malay community going about their daily lives.

50. Eat everything in Penang

Chee cheong fun

There’s also plenty of healthy food in Penang if you need to detox after.

51. Visit the colourful Batu Caves

A must for your Southeast Asia bucket list

The Batu Caves make for a fantastic photoshoot, especially if you beat the crowds and get there early.

52. Visit communities of sea gypsies in Semporna, Borneo

One of the most unique things to do in Southeast Asia is visit communities of sea gypsies off the coast of Malaysian Borneo. The Bajau Laut are a nomadic community who spend most of their lives at sea, rarely setting foot on dry land. The best way to visit them is by booking a dive or boat trip from Semporna.

53. Wander charming Melaka

Spend 1-2 days exploring the many things to do in Melaka which include eating delicious Melakan food along Jonker Street walk, spotting street art, taking a trip to Melaka Straits Mosque (known as the Floating Mosque) and hopping between the charming coffee shops in Melaka.

54. Walk canopy bridges in Taman Negara

From here, you can experience daytime and nighttime nature walks, gingerly cross hanging bridges and observe the traditions of local tribespeople. There are even tigers in the forest but they’re very rare.

55. Visit endangered orangutans in Malaysian Borneo

You can fly to Sandakan from Kuala Lumpur for $50 and it’s easy to reach the rehabilitation centre from the city.

56. Visit cave temples around Ipoh

There are plenty of activities to enrich an Ipoh itinerary including posing with interactive street art on Market Lane and Mural Art’s Lane (don’t miss the Ernest Zacharevic street art in Ipoh), eating delicious Indian and Chinese-inspired cuisine, and taking a trip to the atmospheric cave temples around Ipoh.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Singapore

The tourist attractions and upmarket restaurants can be expensive but there’s also incredibly affordable (world-class) street food and lots of culture to be seen in Chinatown and Little India. I would recommend spending 2 days in Singapore to do the following things…

57. Eat the world’s cheapest Michellin star meal

Try the world’s cheapest Michellin star meal for less than $2 at Liao Fan Hawker Chan. They serve soya sauce chicken with rice or noodles which, to be honest, didn’t blow me away. Make your own mind up by ticking them off your Asia bucket list.

58. See the Gardens by the Bay

You can go to the top for a cocktail and stick around in the evening for the OCBC Garden Rhapsody where thousands of colourful bulbs dance in time to music.

59. Wander colourful Koon Seng Road

Koon Seng Road

In addition to the Singapore street art, a colourful Singapore attraction is Koon Seng Road, a collection of Peranakan Chinese houses with photo-worthy windows, doors and shutters. Catch a bus or Uber there from central Singapore and spend a while wandering around.

60. Drink a Singapore sling

One of the fanciest things to do in Southeast Asia is surely visit Raffles Hotel for an iconic Singapore sling. This gin-based cocktail was invented in 1915 by bartender, Ngiam Tong Boon. Today, it’s popular for tourists to splash out $30 SGD to try one in its birthplace.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Indonesia

Here are my top Southeast Asia bucket list items for Indonesia…

61. Snorkel with turtles off Gili T

This small island is one of three in the Gili trio, just off the coast of larger Lombok. Gili T is home to enormous Green and Hawksbill turtles which you can see without an organised boat trip or diving tour.

62. Visit ancient temple site, Borobudur

Borobudur temple site near Yogyakarta (on Java island) was high on my Southeast Asia bucket list after missing it during my first trip in 2023. When I finally made it to the world’s largest Buddhist temple site, it was just as magical as I’d expected. If you can, arrive in time to watch sunrise over the bell-shaped sculptures.

63. Hike Mount Bromo

If you don’t make it over to Java, hike Mount Batur as a day trip from Ubud instead.

64. Visit the colourful village of Malang, Java

Malang would be a perfect stop if travelling Java overland as it sits between Yogyakarta city and Mount Bromo.

65. Take a yoga class in Bali

In north Ubud, there are studios where you can take classes amidst the rice fields.

66. Eat vegan food in Ubud

There’s also a lot of excellent vegan food in Canggu if you head over that way.

67. Find the hidden gems of Bali

Use my hidden gem Bali guide to shake off the crowds and find abandoned ghost hotels, sleepy beaches and hidden waterfalls.

68. Spot manta rays around the Nusa trio

While staying on Lembongan, you can easily take a day trip across the Yellow Bridge to Nusa Ceningan by scooter or on foot.

69. See dragons on Komodo Island

Another item yet to be ticked off my Southeast Asia bucket list is Komodo Island. The island is home to 4,000 Komodo dragons, many measuring more than 3 metres in length. It can be tricky to visit Komodo Island on a budget but it is doable! I hope to get there someday soon.

70. Learn to surf

Bali is known for its fantastic surf. It’s a great place to ride waves whether you’re a beginner or pro. Uluwatu is known as an intermediate destination whereas Kuta and Canggu are perfect for beginners to take affordable lessons. Book a class here.

Southeast Asia bucket list – Philippines 71. Dive with Thresher Sharks on Malapascua island

Don’t let the long journey from Cebu city deter you; not only is the diving amazing, but Malapascua is a little slice of paradise, worth a visit even for non-divers. Nearby Kalanggaman sandbar also shouldn’t be missed.

72. Visit the dancing jail in Puerto Princesa, Palawan

They were so friendly; it’s something I’ll remember forever!

73. Trek the Banaue Rice Terraces

Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Banaue Rice Terraces are said to be so large they’d cover half the planet if laid out end-to-end. Rather than being a natural wonder, they were carved out by Filipino farmers around 2,000 years ago. You can reach Banaue from Manilla by 10-hour bus or 1-hour flight.

74. Island-hop in El Nido

You can choose between boat cruises A, B, C, D which can be booked in El Nido town.

75. Party in Borocay

Boracay was recently shut due to overtourism and pollution so make sure to visit responsibly, clean up after yourself and bring your own metal straw to reduce waste. As long as you do those things, there’s no shame in enjoying the hostels and bars of Borocay.

76. Visit a healer in Siquijor

There were no hospitals on the island until recently which is why the locals developed their own forms of medicine. Ask a local driver to take you up the hill at the centre of the island to visit a healer. My sister and I had our auras cleaned with bulo-bulo magic. I have no idea if it worked but at least it’s a tale to tell!

77. Dive a shipwreck in Coron

Coron island north of Palawan is another of Southeast Asia’s best dive sites. If you’ve always wanted to dive a shipwreck, this is the place to do it. If you have time, catch a multi-day boat cruise from El Nido, sleeping on the boat and stopping to snorkel and fish.

78. Find the sardine run in Moalboal

I grabbed a snorkel and ducked my head underwater to find millions of shimmering sardines, moving together in complete symmetry. It was mesmerising.

Anywhere Southeast Asia bucket list 79. Take a cooking class

Cooking classes are fun anywhere in the world but they’re super affordable in Southeast Asia. So far, I’ve taken Vietnamese, Thai, Laos and Balinese cooking classes and I’d love to try some others, too. Often they include a colourful local market trip and, in Hoi An, even a boat ride to reach your cooking school. In Bangkok, you can even stay in a home cooking hostel.

80. Get stuck into hostel life

Also, staying in hostels will stretch your Southeast Asia budget and keep you travelling for longer.

81. Learn at least a few words of a new language

Choum reap sor (Khmer).

82. Sample each country’s local beer

Beer Lao (Laos).

83 – work online

If you’re thinking of starting a blog, passion project or anything else, the low living costs of Southeast Asia are undeniably appealing. Check out my nomad guides:

To finish my guide, here are a few quick specific bucket list items!

Things to do in Asia for foodies

93. Try smelly fruit, durian!

Things to do in Asia for adrenaline junkies

94. Kayak around Ha Long Bay, Vietnam95. River raft the Ayung River in Bali96. Rock climb in Railay and Ton Sai near Krabi, Thailand97. Zip line above Langkawi, Malaysia98. Go trekking in Northern Thailand99. Try canyoning in Da Lat, Vietnam100. Base jumping in Singapore (if you’re really brave!)101. Try off-road biking in Laos

Things NOT to do in Southeast Asia

Do NOT treat locals like they’re there to accommodate your holiday or serve you. Don’t be rude or lose your temper if their English is limited. Don’t be a d*ick, basically.

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Hue Travel: Ultimate Guide To Hue, Vietnam

Hue is the former imperial capital of Vietnam. Located in central Vietnam, the ancient city of Hue was home of the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty in the 19th Century. Hue is famous for its spectacular royal tombs of the emperors and for Hue Citadel which is Royal Palace of the Imperial City.

Hue has almost everything, from scenic beaches, majestic scenery of mountains to the ancient architecture and unique cultural traditions that have been there for generations. Trip to Hue will bring you an extremely memorable experience.

Hue Attractions Hue Imperial City (The Citadel)

The Imperial City

 or the 


 is a walled palace in Hue. Hue Citadel was recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1993. The large complex of buildings features hundreds ruins of ancient palaces, temples and monuments from the times when Hue was the royal capital of Vietnam’s Nguyen Dynasty.

Thien Mu Pagoda

Thien Mu Pagoda

, also known as Linh Mu Pagoda, is a historic temple located 4 kilometers from the center of Hue. This seven-story pagoda sits on the hill on the northern bank of the Perfume River. This is the destination attractive not only for Buddhists but for anyone looking for the place to enjoy charming natural scenery and calm one’s mind.

Tombs of Hue

Some of the most famous tourist destinations in Hue, that attract a large number of tourists every year, are the tombs of the Nguyen kings. The most important tombs of Hue that you should visit are Tomb of Tu Duc, Tomb of Minh Mang and Tomb of Khai Dinh.

Tomb of Tu Duc

Tomb of Tu Duc

 is located on Van Nien Hill in Duong Xuan Thuong village, 5 km south of Hue. This imperial tomb is the most impressive of the royal mausoleums in Hue as its unique architecture is in the harmony with natural scenery. The tomb was built for the Emperor Tu Duc who was the longest-reigning monarch of Nguyen Dynasty. Tomb of Tu Duc looks like as a large park with a magnificent scenery.

Tomb of Minh Mang

Tomb of Minh Mang

, also known as Hieu Lang, is one of the most famous mausoleums of emperors in Hue. The royal tomb is located on the western bank of the Perfume River, about 12 km south of Hue City. In the complex of the Royal Tomb of King Minh Mang you can find various palaces, temples, pavilions and other structures fitting well with the ponds and surrounding landscape.

Tomb of Khai Dinh

Tomb of Khai Dinh

, also known as Ung Lang, is located at the foot of the mountain Chau Chu, 9 kilometers south of Hue. The tomb was built for the 12th Emperor of the Nguyen dynasty – Khai Dinh. Tomb of Khai Dinh is an unusual imperial tomb as its architecture is a good combination of modern European and classical Vietnamese architecture.

Hue Natural Attractions

In addition to the ancient historical and cultural sights of Hue, there are also many fascinating natural attractions in Hue such as Lang Co Beach, Thuan An Beach, Canh Duong Beach, Thac Nhi Lake, romantic Perfume River, Tam Giang Lagoon, Thua Thien Village and many others. Getting out from the city to explore the nature of Hue province can make an extremely wonderful journey.

Traveling to Hue

There are many ways that can be used for traveling to Hue. Some of the most popular means of transportation for getting to the imperial city are briefly described below.

Flights to Hue

Flying is the most time-saving way for getting to Hue. The city has its own Phu Bai International Airport (HUI), which is located about 13 km from Hue City center. However, currently only 3 airlines (Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air and Jetstar Pacific) are operating at Hue Airport serving passengers on two domestic routes: from Hanoi (6 daily flights) and Ho Chi Minh City (18 daily flights). It takes only about 1 hour 30 minutes to fly to Hue from these cities.

From Hue Airport to City Center


: Taking a taxi is a convenient way to travel from Phu Bai Airport to the city center. You can find taxis parked outside the airport. The price varies depending on the company and type of the car, but taxi fare from Hue Airport to city center should be about 200,000 VND. It takes about 15-20 minutes to reach the city.


: Bus is the main mean of public transport for locals traveling from Phu Bai Airport to the center of Hue City. Two public bus routes connect the airport with the city: No. 2 and No. 11. The earliest bus departs at about 6:00 and the latest leaves about 22:00. Bus ticket costs only 5,000 VND per person and it takes about 30-60 minutes to reach Hue center.

Airport Transfer

: Private transfer is a good option if you are travelling in a group. Private transfer from Phu Bai Airport to anywhere in Hue City costs about 300,000 VND for 4-seat car.

Other options:

 For more Information about how go from Hue Airport to city center check How to get from Phu Bai Airport (HUI) to Hue City.

Flights to Da Nang

Alternatively, you can fly to 

Da Nang International Airport (DAD)

 and then transfer from Da Nang to Hue. Many tourists choose to travel this way because Da Nang Airport receives a larger number of flights from various destinations and it is convenient to explore two central cities that are only 100 km apart.

Flights from Bangkok

Da Nang Airport is the nearest to Hue international airport that receives 

direct flights from Bangkok

, making the trip to Hue from Thailand really easy. Low cost carrier AirAsia serves this route as well as Bangkok Airways and Vietnam Airlines.

Train to Hue

Travelling by train

 is also a popular option for getting to Hue because it’s relatively cheap and safe and to take a train. Train is also a suitable choice if you want to admire the natural scenery and beautiful landscapes along the route. Hue Railway Station is located right in the city center.

Train tickets from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Hue normally cost from 500,000 VND per person. If you want more comfort and better service, choose a more expensive seat type. Traveling by train to Hue takes about 14-15 hours if departing from Hanoi and more than 18 hours when departing from Ho Chi Minh City. The train schedule 

from Hanoi to Hue


SE1: Hanoi 19:30 – Hue 8:48

SE3: Hanoi 22:00 – Hue 10:20

SE5: Hanoi 09:00 – Hue 22:42

SE7: Hanoi 06:00 – Hue 19:00

TN1: Hanoi 13:10 – Hue 03:39

The train schedule 

from Ho Chi Minh City to Hue


SE2: Saigon 19:30 – Hue 15:23

SE4: Saigon 22:00 – Hue 16:39

SE6: Saigon 22:00 – Hue 05:31

SE8: Saigon 06:00 – Hue 01:28

TN2: Saigon 13:10 – Hue 12:06

Bus to Hue


is probably the most appropriate choice for traveling to Hue because of its convenience and affordable price. But you should also consider carefully before taking a long distance bus as the journey takes long and it’s far from being comfortable, especially for taller people. There are many buses to Hue from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and the travel time is usually by 2-3 hours shorter than taking a train.

From Da Nang to Hue


: Train is good choice for traveling from Da Nang to Hue. The distance between Da Nang Railway Station and Hue Railway Station is about 110 km. There are 6 daily trains from Da Nang to Hue, and the average travel time is about 2.5-3 hours. Train tickets can be booked online here: Train from Da Nang to Hue.


: Taking a taxi from Da Nang to Hue is very convenient for group travels, but the price is quite high as normally the transfer between two cities costs from 1,000,000 VND to 1,800,000 VND, depending on the number of seats and the route. In Da Nang, there are several taxi companies and some of the most reliable ones are Mai Linh Taxi, Vinasun, Tien Sa.


: This is the most economical way to travel as motorbike rental prices are only 80,000-150,000 VND per day. However, riding motorbike is somewhat dangerous. Traveling from Da Nang to Hue by motorbike through Hai Van Pass is the best way to enjoy this magnificent scenery.


: You can easily take a day trip from Da Nang to Hue to visit the famous landmarks and must-sees in Hue. You can join this Hue City Tour from Da Nang and visit the historical sites in Hue City in a day.

Hue to Hoi An

Hoi An is a popular town in central Vietnam. Traveling between Hue and Hoi An is also easy as there are plenty of transportation options to choose from. If you are planning to travel 

from Hue to Hoi An or vice versa

, for detailed information check: Best Way to Travel from Hue to Hoi An.

How to get around Hue City


: It’s a very popular transport in Hue City. You can take a dragon boat to sail along the Perfume River to visit the most important attractions of Hue.


: Riding a cyclo, a three-wheeled cycle taxi, is the authentic way to discover Hue which became a popular way to get around the city. You can take a leisurely stroll around this beautiful ancient city. The price of the ride is about 80,000-100,000 VND per 30 minutes


: Public bus is popular and easy way to around the city. Currently, Hue public bus system has 14 regular routes that let you roam even far away from the city.


: If you want to explore Hue on your own, then just walking around the city is another good option. You can easily take a half day walk in Hue Imperial Citadel to learn about Hue History and Vietnamese Royal Culture.


Other options:

Getting around Hue is pretty easy and it doesn’t cost that much either.

Where to stay in Hue

In terms of the areas of Hue that are convenient to stay, you basically have few choices.

The most popular area for tourists to stay in Hue is the 

city center

, on the southern bank of Perfume River between Nguyen Cong Tru and Huong Vuong streets. There are plenty of hotels, hostels and homestays available. Some of the 

best rated Hue hotels

 are listed below.

Budget Hotels

The Chill – Homestay In Hue Serene Shining Hotel Hue Four Seasons Hotel

Mid-Range Hotels

The Scarlett Boutique Hotel La Paix Hue Hue Serene Palace Hotel

Luxury Hotels

Azerai La Residence, Hue Vinpearl Hotel Hue Indochine Palace There are also many 

luxury resorts

 with offering top-level service outside the city. Pilgrimage Village Boutique Resort & Spa, Vedana Lagoon Resort & Spa, Ana Mandara Hue Beach Resort are the popular names that are ready to offer you dream vacation nearby Hue beach. However, room rates at these resorts are relatively higher than at the hotels in the city.

What to eat in Hue

Hue is not only impressive by its nostalgic beauty of historical sites but also by 

Hue cuisine

 that lets you enjoy countless delicious specialties. You can experience the authentic taste of Hue by joining Hue Street Food Walking Tour.

Some of the most popular 

Hue cuisine specialties


Nem Lui Hue

: Hue lemongrass skewers with grilled pork sausage or meatball served with freshly-cooked vegetables, dipped in the special sauce.

Bun Bo Hue

: Beef Noodle which is present in all cities in Vietnam. However, only in Hue can you feel the soul of this dish. A bowl of Bun Bo Hue usually has a piece of pork leg, small pork blood and a few slices of thinly sliced beef with the typical aromatic flavor of fish sauce, and spiciness of chili pepper. The price for each bowl is only about 15,000-25,000 VND.

Mussel Rice

: This dish is made from white rice served with mussels, peanuts, fried pork, and raw vegetables that are mixed together to create a distinct flavor. Mussel rice is quite cheap as one bowl costs only about 10,000-15,000 VND.

Banh Nam, Banh Beo

: These are 2 types of cake that you should not miss when coming to Hue. The price of each type of cake is only 1,000 VND per piece.

Banh Bot Loc

: This is a transparent chewy dumpling made from tapioca flour and filled with minced fatty pork or bacon and shrimp. Although Banh Bot Loc is extremely popular, you will definitely not forget the delicious taste of this dumpling after trying it in Hue.

Hue Pancake

: Hue pancake is called Banh khoai and is made from rice flour batter with turmeric and topped with shrimp, pork slices, bean sprouts and spring onions.

Souvenirs from Hue

Hue has many interesting things you can buy as 


 to bring back home to your family or friends.

Conical hats

: Hue hats is one of the symbol of the ancient capital and it is a meaningful gift.

Sesame candies

: Sesame is considered as one of the cultural symbols in Hue. Hue sesame candies are made up of bean flour, malt, and rice cakes.

Melaleuca oil

: This oil is very famous in Hue with its effective use in preventing cough and cold for children, pregnant women and adults.

Ginger jam

: Ginger jam is one of the nutritious delicacies that Hue people often use as a dessert.

Best time to travel to Hue


weather in Hue

 is divided into 2 distinct seasons: rainy season and dry season. In particular, the rainy season starts from September to February with typical rains and frequent storms. During the end of the year, the temperature can be as low as 9 degrees. If you will travel to Hue during the rainy season, you will get a chance “to taste” something called “Hue rain” that many people come to experience. That is the feeling when sitting in a coffee shop in front of Hue Citadel, sipping hot aromatic coffee and watching the rain falling down with indescribable feelings. The dry season is from March to August, with bright sunny days and temperatures reaching even as high as 40 degrees. During this season rains are quite rare so you can easily visit the historical sites of Hue and mountainous areas as well as refresh in the cool blue sea. Each season in Hue can give you different unique experiences.

Festival Season

If you are a fan of festivals, you should visit Hue during one of city’s festivals such as Royal Palace Night, Ao Dai Festival, Street Festival, Food Festival, that are taking place from the middle of April to the beginning of May. At this time of the year, you will discover the unique festive culture of Hue.

Đăng bởi: Nhà Đẹp TV

Từ khoá: Hue Travel: Ultimate Guide to Hue, Vietnam

Journey To Y Ty, Beauty In The Clouds

Y Ty engulfed in clouds.

After navigating the twists and turns leading from Sa Pa, I embarked on a journey to discover cloud-covered Y Ty.

Y Ty in Bat Xat District, about 70 km to the north of resort town Sa Pa, is rather isolated due to northwestern Vietnam’s high surrounding mountains. The commune, which is 2,000 meters above sea level, is home to H’mong, Dao, Giay and Ha Nhi ethnic minority groups.

I was received by A Ho, of H’mong ethnicity, owner of my homestay near the commune’s center. He gave me a crash-course on the surrounding area to prepare me for my following journey. After spending a pleasant night enjoying the dining specialties with a touch of ethnic corn alcohol, I fell asleep.

With the land famed for its beautiful cloud-covered peaks, I decided to get a few good pictures on my first morning, leaving before sunrise towards Ngai Thau Thuong and Ngai Thau Ha, two renowned and picturesque villages, 5 km from my homestay.

Exiting the lodge, I climbed on my dew-covered motorbike, burning the gas along mountainous passes. As I rode, waves of clouds washed up the mountainous cliffs, resembling a highway to heaven leading to Ngai Thau Thuong and Ngai Thau Ha. Hiding below the white horizon lay lush terraced rice fields, dotted with H’mong huts.

When I returned to the homestay, I met A Dua, a younger brother of my host, who would be my tour guide for the day. After a quick breakfast, A Dua accompanied me along the Vietnam-China border to Border Marker No.94 of Bat Xat District, the starting point of the Red River.

Ngai Tro Commune, Bat Xat District.

As we traveled, we passed through A Lu and Ngai Tro, two poverty-stricken communes situated at isolatingly high altitudes.

A Lu is a border commune with monocropped, infertile land. As I visited Y Ty in March, the fields were barren, but the arid ground was covered with blooming docynia trees, blanketing the villages with a white shade of natural beauty.

If you visit the communes in ripe rice season from late August to early September or harvest season September-October, you will come across many trekkers enjoying the beauty of golden terraced fields.

After having lunch in Nam Giang Village, A Dua took me further down Provincial Road DT158 along the bank of Lung Po Stream towards Lung Po Flag Pole.

Lung Po Flag Pole, Bat Xat District.

At 3 p.m, we traveled along the borderline admiring the local scenery, passing by many Giay ethnic communities.

Finally, after a hard day, we reached Border Marker No. 94, the final point of Lao Cai Province. The 118-meter high granite marker was built on December 8, 2004, on the Red River banks.

During my remaining days in the region, I visited as many corners of Y Ty as possible to discover its hidden beauty. While Sim San Village had mesmerizing spiral terraced fields, Lao Chai Village had neat square lodges built by the Ha Nhi people. I even reached the odd 1-meter bridge crossing the raging Lung Po at Border Marker No. 87.

I had to decline his kind offer, saving those discoveries for the second journey here, on which I set my heart.

A Giay ethnic woman stitching clothes, Lao Cai Province.

Before traveling:

*Travelling: Motorbikes are the most recommended mode of travel from Sa Pa to Y Ty since it is challenging for cars to traverse Y Ty’s mountainous route.

*Lodging: There are many homestays in Y Ty. My favourite is A Ho Homestay (Tel.: 035 348 4877), with good services and reasonable prices (VND100,000 – $4.3). The owner also provides a private-lodging choice for VND1 million ($43).

*Food: Y Ty has many mountainous specialities, including chicken, pork; smoked sausage, ethnic corn alcohol, and ginger-based alcohol.

*Experiences: There are many tall peaks around Y Ty to please avid hikers, from Lao Than, Back Luong Tu to Ky Quan San.

*Time to visit: To have the best view of Y Ty’s cloud-covered region, it is recommended to travel from September to the following April during the dry season, with a possibility of snow. In early April, you would also be welcomed by blooming rhododendron trees, covering the region with a pink-violet shade. It is quite dangerous to travel to the mountainous area during the rainy season, though, in Y Ty, there are a few ethnic tours for you to enjoy. From late August to October, you could experience the blooming golden terraced rice fields.

The center of Y Ty, one of the best known places for clouds in Vietnam’s northern uplands.

Photos by Xu Kien / vnexpress

Đăng bởi: Lộc Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Journey to Y Ty, beauty in the clouds

The Experiences In Hanoi Are Not Known To Everyone

Hanoi attracts tourists by its beauty mixed with modern and ancient with 36 streets, historical sites, rich cuisine… But not everyone knows that the city has many other interesting experiences. opened after Covid-19.

View of the city from the Red River

Sailing on the Red River is not strange, but the luxury yacht launched this April is a new experience. Departing from Chuong Duong Do wharf, Hoan Kiem district, the boat runs along the river through Chuong Duong, Long Bien and Nhat Tan bridges. You will see the city from a very different perspective at the sunset.

When enjoying the view, visitors can choose for themselves a seat on the top deck, catch the cool breezes or sit by the swimming pool at the bow of the boat. In the evening, the yacht serves an outdoor BBQ party. This is also the time when familiar music is played.

Thanh Lam, a yacht-experienced guest, said that although she has lived in the capital for many years, this is her first time sailing on the Red River. “Hanoi seems to be very familiar, but it’s strange to see it from the river. I am most impressed with the feeling when crossing the bridges in the sunset, although the pace of life is still bustling the feeling is very romantic and peaceful. “, she said. However, Lam believes that the Red River Wharf should be invested in and renewed in terms of facilities to attract more visitors.

Each sunset cruise lasts three hours, costs 1,390,000 VND per person on weekdays, and on weekends is 1,490,000 VND. The cruise also offers the experience of watching the sunrise and enjoying lunch, priced from 150,000 VND.

Touching the past in the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is a destination that is not too strange when located on the two most beautiful streets of the capital, Hoang Dieu and Phan Dinh Phung. However, this is a place that Hanoians often miss.

Entering the historic Imperial Citadel, you check in the Doan Mon gate that was once only for the king to enter and exit the Forbidden City. You can admire the relics discovered from the ground, explore House D67 and the secret basement of the Headquarters, the office of two legendary generals Vo Nguyen Giap and Van Tien Dung… Well, water The Imperial Citadel is brought back by many people as a souvenir or as burned incense on the altar of the ancestors.

Through Doan Mon Gate, visitors will enter the old world inside the Imperial Citadel. Photo: Trung Nghia

Trung Thai, a visitor, lived in the capital for 25 years but didn’t notice the Imperial Citadel. Last weekend was the first time Thailand visited this historical site. “It feels like stepping into another world. Visiting the Imperial Citadel, I feel peaceful, time seems to stand still. Walking around the old town, I feel like walking in old memories. more ancient”, Thai expressed.

To attract tourists and revive a forgotten heritage, the night tour of Thang Long Imperial Citadel is about to return with the theme of “Decoding the Palace” with the experience of deciphering artifacts by laser light on the ancient river. . The tour is expected to start at the end of April.

The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is open on weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, except Mondays. The ticket price is 30,000 VND one time for adults. Tickets for pupils, students, and the elderly cost 15,000 VND a turn. Children under 15 years old and people with meritorious services to the Revolution are free.

See the real performance of the Northern Essence

The Quintessence of the North is a real scene show that has been reopened at Thay Pagoda, at the foot of Thay Mountain, Sai Son Commune, Quoc Oai District. The play is performed on a lake of 4,300 square meters, with a plot about Zen Master Tu Dao Hanh. The performance has the participation of more than 200 actors, lighting, and sound effects, opening up the context of the life of farmers in the North. In it, the culture, beliefs, and spirit of the Vietnamese people in labor, education, knowledge, village festivals, and art fields such as sculpture, architecture, etc. are shown.

Reality shows usually take place at 19:00. Photo: Tuan Dao

Quynh Trang, a tourist from Ho Chi Minh City, watching the performance of Essence of the North on April 2, shared: “All lights, sounds, props are prepared, meticulously invested from small details like the shirt. Rain knitting, children’s games… Each story in six sessions is like taking me back to the past, seeing with my own eyes the polite flow in the North”.

The performance was voted a breakthrough tourism product by The Guide Awards. Currently, visitors can book tickets for the nearest show dates. Ticket prices are divided into two classes: 300,000 VND for silver tickets and 400,000 VND for gold tickets. Children under 1.3 m get a 50% discount on ticket price. Customers who buy tickets to the show can see dolphins and seals for free and participate in the country market.

Đăng bởi: Tuyết Như Đinh

Từ khoá: The experiences in Hanoi are not known to everyone

How To Use Boosters In Candy Crush (With Pictures)

1Know a Striped Candy. A Striped Candy is a special candy that results from matching four candies in a row. When you use a striped candy as part of a match, it will clear out a whole row or column from the board.

The direction is dependent on what direction the stripes are on the candy. Vertical Striped candies are useful for Ingredient Levels since they can clear out a whole column of candies and allow the ingredient to fully drop to the bottom.

Striped candies are also useful in removing jellies and chocolate, when placed in the right position.

2Know a Wrapped candy. A Wrapped candy is a special candy that results from matching at least three vertical and three horizontal candies forming a plus, T-shape, or corner-shape. This one is more challenging and difficult to get compared to a striped candy.

When you use a Wrapped candy as part of a match, it will first explode and knock out the nine candies surrounding it, and then it will drop and explode again, knocking out another nine candies the same way.

Wrapped candies can be useful in removing obstacles within their explosion area, which can otherwise be difficult to get to.


3Know a Candy Bomb. A Candy Bomb is a special candy that results from matching five candies in a row. It can be difficult to get, but not impossible. You just have to work on getting the right candies in place to swap with to form the five-in-a-row.

Color bombs do not need to be matched to be used. You can just swap it with another candy, and all similar candies would be removed from the board. By itself, it doesn’t sound like achieving much, but when combined with another special candy, it will give you more awesome results.

4Know a Jellyfish. A Jellyfish is a special candy that cannot be generated by any move. It either is provided within the game or equipped pre-game. It’s only available for Jelly levels.

When used, a Jellyfish summons three more Jellyfish and they eat three jelly squares at random.

Jellyfish can be useful in removing jellies from hard to reach areas, though they move in random.

5Know a Coconut Wheel. A Coconut Wheel is a special candy that cannot be generated within a game by any candy combination. It either is provided within the game or equipped pre-game. It’s only available for Ingredients levels.

When used, the Coconut Wheel will roll over the next three candies in one direction, converting them to Striped candies and then triggering them.

It can be useful in clearing out whole columns for ingredients to drop.

6Know a Striped and Wrapped. A Striped and Wrapped booster can only be equipped pre-game. Once equipped, you will start your board with one Striped Candy and one Wrapped Candy at random positions.

This can be useful if you want special candies on the board when you start.

7Know a Lucky Candy. A Lucky Candy is a booster that can be equipped pre-game or made available on certain levels. When used as part of a match or a combination, it will transform into another special candy.

The candy it will transform to cannot be determined as it happens in random. Since it’s a lucky candy, the special candy it will transform to is something you may need for that level.

8Know a Lollipop Hammer. A Lollipop Hammer is a booster that can be equipped within a game. It’s not a candy that appears on the board. It’s a tool that you can equip for destroying one square of candy, jelly, or some other blocker.

9Know Extra Moves. Extra Moves provide you with five extra moves when activated within a game.

10Know Free Switch. Free Switch enables you to switch two side-by-side items on the board, without using a move. The candies don’t need to match for you to switch them.

11Know Extra Time. Extra Time gives you 15 extra seconds of play time. It can be equipped pre-game, and it only works for Timed levels.

12Know Sweet Teeth. Sweet Teeth can be activated within a game. Once called, it will eat several candies, licorice, chocolate, meringue, and marmalade.

13Know Bomb Cooler. Bomb Cooler adds five moves to the timers of the bombs on the board. It can only be activated on levels with bombs.

14Know Bubblegum Troll. The Bubblegum Troll can be activated within a game. Once called, it will remove all chocolate and block all chocolate fountains for five moves.

Getting Boosters

1Get free boosters. Candy Crush gives you a free booster daily through its Daily Booster Wheel. This can be accessed from the game’s main screen, right below the number of lives. Play the Daily Booster Wheel every day, and get your free boosters.

The prizes you can get from turning this wheel are: a Lucky Candy, a Coconut Wheel, a Free Switch, a Lollipop Hammer, a Candy Bomb, a Jellyfish, and a Striped and Wrapped.

If you’re very lucky, you can hit the Jackpot, which contains three of each of the rewards.

1Using a single booster. Different boosters work differently. Using single boosters independently is very straightforward.

Refer to Part 1 to know more about the different boosters and how they can be used in your game.

2Combine basic boosters. To make the most out of your boosters, you can mix and match them to come up with awesome results. Boosters can be combined when they are side-by-side.

All pre-game boosters and generated special candies can be combined.

To learn more about combining basic boosters, see Part 4.

3Combine other boosters. The boosters mentioned in Step 2 are the more common boosters and special candies available. They can be used in almost all levels of the game. The Coconut Wheel and the Jellyfish are the other boosters, but they are only available in certain levels.

Coconut Wheels are only available on Ingredients levels, and Jellyfish are only available on Jelly levels.

When they are available, they can also be mixed and matched with any of the other boosters from Step 2. Put them side by side and see the awesome results you can achieve.

Combining Boosters

1Combine two Striped Candies. When you get two Striped Candies, regardless of colors and stripe directions, side by side, you can clear out a column and a row in one move, originating from where the combination was made. Imagine multiplying the effects of a Striped Candy by two.

2Combine a Striped Candy and a Wrapped Candy. When you get a Striped Candy and a Wrapped Candy side by side, you can achieve the same thing as combining two Striped Candies, but with damage thrice as big.

It will clear out three rows and three columns in one move, originating from where the combination was made.

3Combine a Striped Candy and a Candy Bomb. When you get a Striped Candy and a Color Bomb side by side, you can convert all candies similar in color to the striped candy to striped candies with random stripes. The Color Bomb would then explode, and all the striped candies generated would burst out clearing several columns and rows at once.

Depending on your level, this can be a game-changer. You can generate more candies that are striped by having some more candies of the same color drop before using the combo.

4Combine two Wrapped Candies. When you get two Wrapped candies side by side, you can get massive explosions, much bigger than individual Wrapped Candies exploding. Similar to a single Wrapped candy, the explosions would happen twice.

Using this combo may not be as useful in achieving your level’s targets, but it is fun to do and generates bigger points.

It can also be used to significantly clear out some blockers like jellies, licorice, and chocolate.

5Combine a Wrapped Candy and a Candy Bomb. When you get a Wrapped candy and a Candy Bomb side by side, you can get an effect similar to two Candy Bombs, with the second explosion targeting a random color.

If a Candy Bomb by itself doesn’t do much good for your level, making this combo won’t do any good too. This is one of the least useful combos in the game. You’re better off using them separately or combining them with other special candies.

6Combine two Candy Bombs. When you get two Candy Bombs side by side, you can wipe your board clean of candies. It’s basically a refresh of your board with new candies.

This combo is very hard to get, but it’s extremely useful and fun to use.

Community Q&A

QuestionWhat does a loop in the shape of an 8 mean?Community AnswerThat is an infinity symbol. In Candy Crush, a heart with an infinity symbol means you have unlimited lives for a certain time period.

QuestionWhat do I do with the paintbrush?Community AnswerYou can make striped candy with the brush by tapping on your chosen candy and swiping in one direction.

QuestionWhat are the hearts with sideways eights in them that last for two hours?Community AnswerThose are unlimited lives. The sideways 8 is not actually an 8: it’s the infinity symbol.

List Quán Cà Phê Ở Seoul Được Check In Nhiều Nhất Trên Instagram

Matchacha dành cho người thích phong cách tối giản, trong khi Ban Bossy Boutique với tone hồng và xanh pastel xinh xắn cũng là một trong những quán cà phê ở Seoul nổi tiếng. 

Khi bạn thèm một ly flatwhite, đừng vội đến một cửa hàng Starbucks. Có rất nhiều quán cà phê ở Seoul vừa sẵn lòng phục vụ bạn một tách cà phê ngon lành, nơi mà bạn còn tha hồ ngắm nhìn và check in trong không gian xinh xắn, lộng lẫy và sành điệu.


Seoul là một trong những thành phố ở Hàn Quốc có nhiều quán cà phê xinh xắn nhất. Ảnh: photoswhere

Nổi tiếng là một trong những “tụ điểm” ăn chơi của giới trẻ, thành phố Seoul sở hữu những điểm check in hot nhất trên Instagram, trong đó không thể không kể đến những coffeeshop “xịn mịn”. Nếu như Ban Bossy Boutique đã quá nổi tiếng trong khu làng đại học Hongdae với cách décor xinh xắn mang tone màu pastel nữ tính, thì Matchacha và Coffee Nap Roasters là quán cà phê nổi tiếng ở Seoul dành cho người theo chủ nghĩa tối giản,…

8 quán cà phê ở Seoul hot nhất trên Instagram Coffee Nap Roasters


Coffee Nap Roasters có tone màu trắng nâu đặc trưng của các quán cà phê Hàn, với chỗ ngồi là những bậc thang độc đáo. Ảnh: thesoulofseoul

Quán cà phê màu trắng cạnh nhà ga trung tâm Gajwa này trông giống một phòng trưng bày nghệ thuật hiện đại hơn là một tiệm bán cappucino buổi sáng. Đây là quán cà phê ở Seoul dành cho người thích phong cách tối giản với những bậc thang tuyệt đẹp đi lên xuyên qua nội thất, giống như một tác phẩm điêu khắc, cũng là vị trí lý tưởng để ngồi nhâm nhi tách cà phê, trò chuyện hay check in.


Một góc quán được du khách check in. Ảnh: Pinterest

Đồ uống ở đây chủ yếu là cà phê, được rang đến độ hoàn hảo và có hương vị thơm ngon. Bánh ngọt cũng khá ngon và được décor đẹp mắt cho bạn tha hồ chụp ảnh khoe trên Instagram.

Ban Bossy Boutique


Không gian Ban Bossy Boutique xinh xắn với tone màu hồng và xanh pastel chủ đạo. Ảnh: wixsite

Đi đến khu đại học Hongdae và hỏi đường tới quán cà phê nổi tiếng ở Seoul, người dân địa phương sẽ không ngần ngại chỉ ngay bạn đến Ban Bossy Boutique. Với vẻ ngoài không mấy nổi bậy, bạn sẽ bất ngờ khi bước vào trong quán cà phê này và choáng ngợp bởi nội thất hoàn hảo mang tone màu hồng và xanh pastel xinh xắn, đầy cây xanh.


Địa điểm check in lý tưởng của những cô nàng bánh bèo. Ảnh: mercitour

Ấn tượng hơn cả là đồ uống và bánh ngọt của quán. Hãy thử nước chanh với đá viên hoa độc đáo, nhâm nhi cùng chiếc bánh cupcake với những bông hoa trang trí bằng kem tinh tế đến mức bạn cứ nghĩ chúng là thật. Một mẹo nhỏ khi check in quán cà phê ở Seoul này là hãy đến từ sớm và chọn chỗ ngồi bên cửa số, các tấm kính suốt từ trần đến sàn mang lại ánh sáng tự nhiên tuyệt vời cho bạn tha hồ sở hữu bộ sưu tập ảnh hoàn hảo.

Coffee Hanyakbang

Nằm khuất trong một con hẻm nhỏ là quán cà phê ở Seoul đặc biệt nhất – Coffee Hanyakbang. Đây là quán cà phê mang phong cách truyền thống Hàn Quốc từ thời kỳ thuộc địa Nhật Bản với sàn gỗ ọp ẹp, đồ nội thất cổ bao gồm cả tủ thuốc đông y cũ và mảng tường khảm xà cừ,… Tất cả tạo nên bầu không khí cổ xưa, như đưa bạn về với quá khứ.


Một trong những quán cà phê độc đáo nhất Hàn Quốc với phong cách truyền thống. Ảnh: Timeout

Cà phê ở đây được thu hoạch và rang xay thủ công hoàn toàn, bạn thậm chí có thể chứng kiến quá trình tạo nên ly cà phê thơm ngon của mình.

Stylenanda Pink Pool Café


Stylenanda Pink Pool Café là tổ hợp mua sắm, cà phê được check in nhiều nhất ở Seoul. Ảnh: iwanderlista

Khi bạn bước vào cửa tiệm thời trang Stylenanda’s Pink Hotel ở Myeongdong, bạn sẽ không khỏi choáng ngợp khi được lạc trong thế giới tuyệt vời đậm chất Hàn Quốc hiện đại, sang trọng với điểm nhấn là rất nhiều màu hồng. Tuy nhiên, thứ mà bạn đang tìm kiếm là Pink Pool Café trên tầng 5 – một trong những quán cà phê ở Seoul đẹp nhất.


Quán có tone màu hồng bánh bèo siêu xinh cùng bể bơi độc đáo. Ảnh: tuneprotect

Giữa những ánh đèn neon, bể bơi và sân thượng đầy cây xanh đậm chất “tropical”, Pink Pool Café mang lại cho bạn cảm giác như đang nghỉ dưỡng ở một nơi nào đó cách xa trung tâm thành phố. Món signature mà bạn phải thử và check in tại quán là Cotton Candy Coffee, đúng như tên gọi, là một ly cà phê thơm ngon với lớp kẹo bông trang trí mềm mịn như mây.



Món Cotton Candy Coffee đặc biệt của quán. Ảnh: tripzone

Quán cà phê ở Seoul này không chỉ dành cho người theo phong cách tối giản. Là một phần của Moodlab, một cửa hàng và phòng trưng bày đồ dùng décor nhà cửa, Matchacha là quán cà phê matcha đầu tiên của Seoul – nơi bạn có thể thưởng thức ly matcha truyền thống hoặc muôn kiểu cách tân mà nổi tiếng nhất là matcha blanc – một loại latte đậm với lớp kem hơi ngọt.


Matchacha là quán cà phê matcha đầu tiên của Seoul để bạn thưởng thức đồ uống từ trà xanh. Ảnh: mangopalte

Matcha đều được trồng trên đảo núi lửa Jeju núi lửa – địa điểm du lịch Hàn Quốc yêu thích của những cặp đôi hưởng tuần trăng mật. Từng chút đáng yêu như đồ uống cho đến nội thất tối giản của quán cà phê, dường như đều quyến rũ du khách một cách kỳ lạ.


Ver’s Garden

Thưởng thức ly matcha trong không gian tối giản. Ảnh: monstamun

Không có điều gì tuyệt vời hơn là tận hưởng không khí trong lành dễ chịu với xung quanh là cây cỏ xanh mướt, và đó chính là những gì Ver’s Garden – quán cà phê cây xanh ở Seoul sẽ mang lại cho bạn. Quán cà phê và cửa hàng hoa ở Yeonnam-dong này nổi bật khi được décor với hàng chục loài hoa đầy màu sắc và cây xanh ở khắp nơi, từ lối vào, trần nhà, sàn nhà,…

Thanks Nature Café Takeout Drawing

Không gian đầy cảm hứng này là vị trí hoàn hảo để thưởng thức một tách cà phê và một lát bánh vào buổi chiều. Takeout Drawing thực tế không chỉ là một quán cà phê nổi tiếng ở Seoul, mà còn là nơi trưng bày tác phẩm nghệ thuật của các nghệ sĩ địa phương, điểm đến dành cho người mê nghệ thuật trong chuyến du lịch Hàn Quốc.


Takeout Drawing là quán cà phê ở Seoul dành cho người yêu nghệ thuật. Ảnh: aminoapss

Ngay cả đồ uống và đồ ăn nhẹ dường như cũng được khắc họa thành những tác phẩm nghệ thuật nhỏ bé với đủ hình dạng dễ thương và màu sắc bắt mắt. Hãy thử Paul’s Meringue Factory, một ly cà phê espresso thơm ngon phủ trên lớp kem trứng đường tự làm.


Nhất định bạn phải thử ly cà phê Paul’s Meringue Factory với lớp kem trứng mềm mịn quyến rũ này khi ghé Takeout Drawing. Ảnh: danielfooddiary

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