Who needs all those hotspot tourist destinations when there’s so much more to see in Vietnam? Here’s a list of 10 alternative places to visit over the coming year.

When’s the best time to visit the capital of the UK? Now, says Nick Ross, and with good reason

 Photo by Jan Adrian Venter 

Jon Aspin completes his transition to the dark side, qualifying for his advanced diving certificate on Phu Quoc at the invitation of Jeremy Stein from Rainbow Divers

Phu Quoc as seen from the ferris wheel above Vinpearland. Photo by Nick Ross 

The next Koh Samui, Langkawi or Boracay? Difficult to tell. One thing’s for sure. Phu Quoc is changing beyond all recognition. Words and photos by Nick Ross

Tri An Lake. Photo by Francis Xavier 

Only a couple of hours from Ho Chi Minh City, Tri An Lake is home to large swathes of untouched, undeveloped jungle. Francis Xavier took a trip out to Cao Minh Island with Stu’s Explorer Club

Con Dao. Photo by Nick Ross

If you like nature, sun, sea and diving, but don’t care so much for nightlife, then the remote islands of Con Dao could be for you. Words and photos by Nick Ross

Glimpses of the Other India. Photo by Matt Dworzanczyk

On his trusty motorbike, Matt Dworzanczyk heads to Northeast India, the strange monkey-like sliver of land sandwiched in between Myanmar, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan and Nepal. There he finds a country as similar as it is different to the rest of India

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