Photo: The Thien Duong cave formation in Quang Binh. (Photo by Michelle Rae Uy)
Thailand and Vietnam have become tourism hotspots in Southeast Asia, and TravelPulse contributor Michelle Rae Uy recently took a trip to the region and was a guest on TravelPulse Radio to talk about her adventure.
During Uy’s trip to Southeast Asia, she experienced several key locations like few others do, including the Thailand capital of Bangkok and Vietnamese regions like Sapa and the Quang Binh Province.
Not only did Uy provide readers with an off-the-beaten-path view of Bangkok, but she also showcased a unique insight into the mountain retreats of Sapa and the outdoor adventures in Quang Binh.
In addition, Rae Uy also offered potential travelers thinking about a journey to Southeast Asia advice on three ideal hotels for tourists heading to Vietnam.
“Vietnam is a beautiful country, and I just fell in love with it,” Rae Uy said during her interview on TravelPulse Radio. “A lot of my experiences in Quang Binh are a more adventurous type of experience. Even though you’re in a tour, you’re still experiencing all of these things—like the caves, the ziplining, swimming in the river—on your own as well.”
You can listen to the interview starting at the 59:18 mark and the entire third episode of TravelPulse Radio below: