I have a strong background in tourism with nearly 10 years working as a travel consultant. Working in a complex environment with colleagues, partners, and travelers from diverse backgrounds has helped me develop tactful skills in communication and problem-solving.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We focus on Indochina including Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar. I live in Hanoi, Vietnam, so Vietnam is our most popular destination, especially in the mountainous regions such as the Northwest (Ha Giang, Ba Be, Bao Lac, Thac Ba), and the East (Mai Chau, Mu Cang Chai, Sapa, Dien Bien Phu). Our main activities in Vietnam are trekking, hiking, walking, biking, boating, connecting with local people, kayaking, climbing, and cooking classes.
In addition to Vietnam, we also offer trips to Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I chose to study tourism at university because I love to discover new lands, meet new people, and share new experiences with friends. Since graduating, I have worked in the travel industry as a tour operator, sales executive, and sales manager. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I planned a family trip last June 2017 to Krabi island - Thailand with my 2 daughters; one is 5 years old, and the other is 2 years old. We booked a Phiphi island excursion to enjoy the beach. Unluckily, we experienced rough sea and winds within 30 minutes on the sea. The boat reared up and down continuously while the children got sick and cried. Finally, the rain stopped after nearly 1 hour and everything is fine. We considered this a real adventure trip for our children. "
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On this family itinerary, you'll pair the diversity of Vietnam and the cultural treasures of Cambodia. Over two weeks, experience classic sites including the charming streets of Hanoi, cruising the impressive Halong Bay, strolling the markets of bustling Ho Chi Minh City, and exploring the palatial and mysterious Angkor Wat temple complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Your trip goes beyond guided tours allowing you many chances to get to meet locals in villages, take cycling through the countryside, and learn how to cook traditional foods.
Experience all of the highlights of Vietnam on one trip with this extensive itinerary. Wander the streets of Hanoi, bike through small fishing villages and rice paddies, experience the beauty of Halong Bay, see the hidden charm of Mekong Delta, and explore the ancient Hindu temple ruins at My Son Holy Land.
This five-day excursion is the perfect chance to visit a side of Vietnam that many tourists never get to see. This is southern Vietnam, known for the gorgeous Mekong River Delta and of course Ho Chi Minh City, the historic metropolis once known as Saigon. You'll visit both, traveling by both land and water on an adventure that also includes visits to fascinating wartime tunnels and a tour of the famous floating river markets on the delta.
The skies finally clear in North Vietnam in October, and the summer monsoon rains gradually fade away in the south, making this a great month for getting off the beaten track in either region while rains sodden Central Vietnam. And there’s no cheaper month to get there.
On this 11-day tour of Vietnam, enjoy a mix of cultural and active tours. Begin in Ho Chi Minh City with sightseeing, then take a 21-bike ride from the Mekong Delta to Long An, passing orchards and villages along the way. Next, take a boat along the famed floating markets in Cai Be and Can Tho, before winding down with some free time to relax by the beach and visit the temples and markets of Phu Quoc.
Experience the best of northern Vietnam on this weeklong getaway. You'll tour the historic streets of old Hanoi, travel to mountain villages home to ethnic communities, and hike around the terraced rice fields of Vietnam's highland region. The adventure culminates with an unforgettable boat ride in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hạ Long Bay.