Things to Do in Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi offers mystery around every corner. Just wandering through the Old Quarter, you’ll discover hidden temples, fantastic street food, exotic markets, traditional Chinese medicine dispensaries stocked with enigmatic herbs and beautiful French-colonial mansions coloured with the patina of age. Hanoi’s mysteries go far beyond the Old Quarter, but it’s the perfect place to begin your exploration of the city...

Weather in Hanoi

While most of Southeast Asia experiences sultry tropical weather year-round, Hanoi is a pleasant exception. There are four distinct seasons: it’s mild in the spring and autumn, hot in the summer and chilly—or even cold—in the winter. Hanoi rarely gets all-day rains at any time of the year; the wet monsoon that prevails farther south doesn’t extend all the way to the north and though it’s humid...

Living the High Life in Thailand, Rent: $1,154 a Month

In 2007, Steve Klein first visited Bangkok. Right off the bat, he knew that he had found a special place. “I immediately felt comfortable,” says Steve, 78. “Bangkok looked, sounded, smelled and felt different. And yet the warmth of the people made me feel very comfortable.” Five years later, he made the move to Thailand’s vibrant capital.

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