Actress Malavika Mohanan stepped into filmdom with an impressive debut in Dulquer Salman-starrer Malayalam flick 'Pattam Pole'. Later, Malavika made a name for herself in other language movies and now she has a legion of fans across the country.
The exquisite photos posted by the ace actress on social media are testimony to the fact that she is equally passionate about photography. Malavika, who goes on jaunts during short breaks in her shooting schedule, regularly shares her travel experiences on social media.
But now, the whole world is passing through a tough phase due to the spread of coronavirus around the globe. Malavika has chipped in with timely advice on social platform to wash hands with sanitizers and stay put at home to combat the contagious COVID-19. Everyone had to forgo travel aspirations and is forced to stay indoors as part of the measures to slow down and prevent the transmission of coronavirus.
Bringing a breath of fresh air during these unsettling times, Malavika has shared one of her best travel experiences with hundreds of followers on Instagram. The actress has opened a window to Vietnam -- a land that has a painful history to tell and some stunning natural beauty.
Here, Malavika lists eight memorable moments of her incredible visit to this Southeast Asian country. And undoubtedly, the popular makeshift cafes on the train street in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, top the list.
1. The makeshift cafes on the train street in Hanoi. Tables and chairs are shifted just before the train passes through the street. The whole exercise seems to be bit daunting but it is a cherishing experience.
2. The mesmerizing train street at night.
3. The unique egg coffee of the Vietnamese people. The beverage, which could be best described as a liquid form of cake, may not be that appealing initially, but later the coffee can be your favourite.
4. Hoi An, known as the ‘Lantern City’. Hundreds of lanterns weave magic with lights over here. For Malavika, this small city is one of the best places in Vietnam.
5. The bustling and many-hued restaurants and pubs of Hoi An.
6. The coffee breaks after a long walk.
7. The world’s most adorable and cutest puppies.
8. A siesta near a waterfall.
The best time to visit Vietnam is from February to April. As there are travel curbs in the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam, like any other travel destination, wears a deserted look.