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Emma Chow

The first thing I do when planning a holiday is Google image my destination. Then I write down all the places that would make for a great photo - on Instagram, of course. Insta is the new way to document all our adventures, and when you go to a country like Vietnam, you're never short of a pretty shot.

Here are four pics that will add instant colour, fun and culture to your feed:


Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City

A visit to Ho Chi Minh City isn't complete without a boat ride along the Mekong Delta. The locals are pros when it comes to the money shot -  they even provide the traditional conical hat for an authentic touch!

Vietnam Emma on a boat


Ba Ho Waterfall, Nha Trang

Ba Ho was a little dry when I visited in July, but it was still well worth the trip. Later in the year, the falls are full and pound into deep green pools. Don't be alarmed by the little fish in the water - their nibbling is a natural exfoliant!

Emma at Ba Ho Waterfall


Hoi An Countryside

If you love greenery, Hoi An is the place for you. Rice fields as far as the eye can see are a short 10 minute bike ride from town. All you hear is your bike chain and distant chatter between locals - this is Vietnam at its best.

Hoi An rice fields


Imperial City, Hue

For a touch of old school opulence, look no further than the Imperial City. Filled with stunning architecture and intense pops of colour, a photo here barely needs a filter.

Imperial city Vietnam

Emma Chow is the co-host of the Mike E & Emma breakfast show on The Edge 96.ONE. She loves sharing her latest food, travel and fitness finds with anyone who will listen. Instagram: @emmaechow Twitter: @emmaechow

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