Time for questions and answers with Hue Tourism and the media. Interesting to note, Australians came in third place for visitor numbers to Vietnam.
A big ‘thank you’ to Hue and Central Vietnam for hosting and showing us all the delights this region has to offer.
Farewell to our lovely sales representative at Tam Giang Resort and Spa – here with Ty.
Big farewell to Bob and Mary from Colorado, USA.
Yes all good things come to an end, and it’s time to bid goodbye Ty our tireless guide all throughout the journey.
There’s numerous reasons to do a stop over in Hong Kong, here watching Dragon Boat racing.
Chi Lin Nunnery is a complex which includes temple halls, Chinese gardens, visitor’s hostels and a vegetarian restaurant. It’s located at Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s also known for its love of art installation and Rubber Duck which was one of several giant floating sculptures designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman.
Hong Kong, renown for spectacular sunsets, especially if you’ve taken a cable car ride up to Victoria Peak.
Qantas Business Lounge in Hong Kong is world class without doubt.
And for the Qantas Singapore Lounge, just look at the cuisine! I don’t believe you’d find a better Business Class lounge anywhere else …
For those I was telling you about sago, this is what it looks like and made to perfection. Yum!
As for me, I’m heading in all directions soon, however this has been a fabulous trip and sorry to see it’s over.
I always say with international airfares there’s usually excellent alternatives to travelling directly (or point to point) to your final destination. On this journey I had a stopover in both Hong Kong and Singapore and it’s possible to do as a round trip using Qantas Airways for the long-haul sectors. With affiliated carriers, travel was included between these two cities. Various airlines have interline agreements and you can pack much more into your trip if you so desire.