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Hien Pham

Hien-FootprintHien P - Product & Operation Supervisor

Bachelor of Tourism Degree
Experience: 6 years as a Footprinter

A go-getter with bundles of enthusiasm, Hien is one of the youngest members of the Footprint family. She is the first person you see when you walk into Footprint headquarters. Her Footprint brothers and sisters would have to agree her smile is welcoming and will brighten up your day. Hien sees the World as a giant paradise that she will someday discover. Right now she is busy discovering the hidden secrets of her own country and loving every minute of sharing her smile with the people and places she meets.

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If you are looking for something off the beaten track Hien will surely suggest Ha Giang. It's her favorite secret spot that she cannot stop talking about when she meets with friends and new visitors from overseas. Grandiose mountains, zigzagging roads, amazing limestone cliffs; all those words you can hear from Hien's experience. She loves being with the ethnic children along her travels; their shyness mixed with youthful curiosity brings happy giggles to our day.

"Hoian is a charming ancient town which is not too far from the international airport of Danang, and it's so close to Hue. She likes Hoian because of the peacefulness in its ancient style. The sites are well maintained and the local people are so friendly. “I usually end up meeting a new friend and staying an extra day to have a family dinner in their countryside home.”

Life in the Mekong river is an interesting part of my visit to the South Vietnam, I can't stop moving from village to village via boat, bicycle, or simple bridges. The true value of this trip is made from meeting the local people, talking to them, trying their seasonal fruits, and boating along the rivers greeting each other with friendly waves.