Hi guys, I'm Tien! I'm a host, a tour guide and a writer at Christina's and Onetrip. This week, I'll be taking over our Instagram to share with you the things and places I love in Vietnam that'll make you love my country as much as I do.
In southern Vietnam, when the rainy season comes to an end in December, what follows is the scorching heat. A lot of the famous attractions in Saigon can be reached by foot. However, walking can be especially challenging during the dry season, when the sun is at an overdrive. Don't fret. Scattered across the city are numerous stalls and cafes serving smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, and drinks of all sorts. I suggest you try nuoc mia or sugarcane juice mixed with local lemon. Get your cup, pull up a plastic chair, and get a quick recharge. Did I tell you that that energy boost is less than half a dollar a pop? You're welcome.
Tien Ly, Christina's