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While living in Vietnam I found there frequently wasn’t much information or decent photos of places to visit off the beaten track available on the internet – it may be easy to find information on towns on the Sinh Cafe routes but beyond that places were often something of a mystery.

It also seemed that many of the guides I came across didn’t express the sheer beauty of the country, with dry descriptions and little information beyond where to sleep. I want to try and correct that with this blog and travel guide – although it is still early days – and plan to cover plenty of the hidden locations that make Vietnam so special.

Still, I’m not a fountain of all knowlege by any means, and I would welcome anyone who is so inclined to send in their own stories, tips and advice to the website to help it grow into an authoritative guide on travel in Vietnam. Similarly if you have questions about your upcoming visit please make contact and I’ll do my best to offer any tips I can think of.

In the meantime, start reading about the wonderful destinations we do cover!

My Son Cham Ruins, Hoi An

My Son Ruins

Mankind builds marvelous and imagination-defying cities and structures, then erases them again as the centuries, along with the fickle loyalty of scholars, priests, kings, and common people render them either obsolete or irrelevant. The ruins of My Son in Vietnam, not far from Da Nang and Hoi An, fall into this category.

My Son was once an impressive place, a holy valley of impressive Hindu temples and burial grounds of the royalty of the Champa people. My Son was the Vietnamese equivalent of places like Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. In its heyday, My Son included over seventy temples, along with a number of monuments with inscriptions in both Sanskrit, the holy language of ancient India, and Cham. In 1999, UNESCO named My Son a World Heritage Site.

History of My Son

Phong Nga Ke Bang National Park and Caves

Vietnam travelLong before Phong Nha-Ke Bang (also spelled Phong Nga-Ke Bang) National Park came into existence, the Champa people were using its caves for various purposes. The Champa were people of ancient Cambodia and Vietnam who ruled most of southern and central Vietnam from the seventh century through the mid-nineteenth century. Carving out inscriptions on steles and altars inside the caves, the Champa left their mark in the magnificent caves many years before modern Vietnamese and British scientists would begin to explore the caves. Later explorations discovered Neolithic axe heads in the area, showing that use of the caves date back even before the time of the Champa people.

There is no overstating the magnificence of the caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The park was created to protect the world’s two largest karst, or limestone, regions. Inside the limestone topography are over 126 km of cave systems, with over 300 caves and grottos (grottos are caves that have been inhabited or used by humans). For anyone visiting Vietnam with the slightest interest in caves, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a must-see destination.

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Hue s Imperial Citadel

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The Tay Son Rebellion in Vietnam brought Nguyen Phuc Anh to power in 1802. Declaring himself Emperor Gia Long, he began construction on a grand fortress-palace in Hue in 1804. Today the emperor’s construction is known in Hue merely as “the Citadel”, and its inner sanctum, once the home of the emperor and his family, is called “the Purple Forbidden City”. Although the Citadel and its Imperial City were badly damaged during the Vietnam War in 1968, they remain one of Vietnam’s top tourist destinations.

Early History of the Citadel

Like many of Asia’s leaders of the past, the emperor relied upon traditional methods of divination, called geomancy, to choose the location for the Citadel. With a wish to create a sort of mini-Forbidden City like the one in Beijing, tens of thousands of labourers were conscripted to construct his fortress and palace. They dug a ten kilometer moat, along with thick earthen walls, to create the Citadel’s perimeter. Copying the French military architect Vauban, these earthen walls were later replaced by two-meter-thick stone walls. Inside the outer perimeter, a smaller moat and smaller brick walls bounded the emperor’s Purple Forbidden City. The Purple Forbidden City, besides elaborate residences, also included a network of gates, courtyards, and administrative buildings. The emperor didn’t live to see the completion of his architectural masterpiece; dying in 1820, the Citadel was finally completed in 1832 by Gia Long’s son, the Emperor Minh Mang.

The Citadel and the Vietnam War

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Is it best to explore Vietnam on a guided tour?

Vietnam is a beautiful country with a great deal to offer the visitor. However it is also a country that can be very tiring and at times frustrating to navigate, particularly when short on time. Yet travelling independently can be extremely rewarding, so should a traveller go it alone or seek the help of professionals?

It is hard to give a general answer for all visitors as it really depends on what you wish to get from your trip. If you simply want a holiday, perhaps with a bit of culture thrown in then why not book independently – you can find a luxury resort around the beaches of Mui Ne or Hoi An that will offer a great chance to relax and unwind, with daytrips to nearby sights and attrations that can offer a glimpse of life in Vietnam, should you get bored of the beach.

If you’re a budget traveller, a backpacker short on money but with plenty of time, for a real adventure we would highly recommend travelling independently. You are in the unique position of being able to explore the nooks and crannies of the country where few would normally venture, to take the time to meet local people and ask where they would go and visit if they could. Furthermore, the cheap tours available to budget travellers are normally geared towards economies of scale, with rigid itineraries, packed buses and a fairly generic feel, so little is to be gained by taking the pre-planned route.

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    Vietnam has exerted itself to be a favorite destination of more and more tourists. There s a Hanoi elegant with friendly people, a Sapa with colourful-dressed minorities, a Halong Bay with amazing caves listed on UNESCO World Heritage. There s a Hue romantic with palace and rain, a tranquil Hoi An where you can have clothes made in one day, a Danang dynamic by Han river. There s a Nha Trang with best bays of the world, a Saigon busy and modern like Newyork, a Mekong-delta with fascinating floating market. The North, Centre, and South of Vietnam all bear a deep cultural trace, which remains in tourists memories for years. With everything from mountains to seas, from cold to hot weather, from city to countryside, Vietnam has everything you may come up with!

    The number of expats and travellers being victims of online credit card thief are increasing, it is therefore strongly advised that expats and travellers take care using online services from unknown Vietnamese websites; changing your password regularly also helps.

    What is NEW with GuideVietnam.com?

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    While living in Vietnam I found there frequently wasn’t much information or decent photos of places to visit off the beaten track available on the internet – it may be easy to find information on towns on the Sinh Cafe routes but beyond that places were often something of a mystery.

    It also seemed that many of the guides I came across didn’t express the sheer beauty of the country, with dry descriptions and little information beyond where to sleep. I want to try and correct that with this blog and travel guide – although it is still early days – and plan to cover plenty of the hidden locations that make Vietnam so special.

    Still, I’m not a fountain of all knowlege by any means, and I would welcome anyone who is so inclined to send in their own stories, tips and advice to the website to help it grow into an authoritative guide on travel in Vietnam. Similarly if you have questions about your upcoming visit please make contact and I’ll do my best to offer any tips I can think of.

    In the meantime, start reading about the wonderful destinations we do cover!

    My Son Cham Ruins, Hoi An

    My Son Ruins

    Mankind builds marvelous and imagination-defying cities and structures, then erases them again as the centuries, along with the fickle loyalty of scholars, priests, kings, and common people render them either obsolete or irrelevant. The ruins of My Son in Vietnam, not far from Da Nang and Hoi An, fall into this category.

    My Son was once an impressive place, a holy valley of impressive Hindu temples and burial grounds of the royalty of the Champa people. My Son was the Vietnamese equivalent of places like Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. In its heyday, My Son included over seventy temples, along with a number of monuments with inscriptions in both Sanskrit, the holy language of ancient India, and Cham. In 1999, UNESCO named My Son a World Heritage Site.

    History of My Son

    Phong Nga Ke Bang National Park and Caves

    Travel to vietnamLong before Phong Nha-Ke Bang (also spelled Phong Nga-Ke Bang) National Park came into existence, the Champa people were using its caves for various purposes. The Champa were people of ancient Cambodia and Vietnam who ruled most of southern and central Vietnam from the seventh century through the mid-nineteenth century. Carving out inscriptions on steles and altars inside the caves, the Champa left their mark in the magnificent caves many years before modern Vietnamese and British scientists would begin to explore the caves. Later explorations discovered Neolithic axe heads in the area, showing that use of the caves date back even before the time of the Champa people.

    There is no overstating the magnificence of the caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The park was created to protect the world’s two largest karst, or limestone, regions. Inside the limestone topography are over 126 km of cave systems, with over 300 caves and grottos (grottos are caves that have been inhabited or used by humans). For anyone visiting Vietnam with the slightest interest in caves, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a must-see destination.

    Phong Nha Cave

    Hue s Imperial Citadel

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    The Tay Son Rebellion in Vietnam brought Nguyen Phuc Anh to power in 1802. Declaring himself Emperor Gia Long, he began construction on a grand fortress-palace in Hue in 1804. Today the emperor’s construction is known in Hue merely as “the Citadel”, and its inner sanctum, once the home of the emperor and his family, is called “the Purple Forbidden City”. Although the Citadel and its Imperial City were badly damaged during the Vietnam War in 1968, they remain one of Vietnam’s top tourist destinations.

    Early History of the Citadel

    Like many of Asia’s leaders of the past, the emperor relied upon traditional methods of divination, called geomancy, to choose the location for the Citadel. With a wish to create a sort of mini-Forbidden City like the one in Beijing, tens of thousands of labourers were conscripted to construct his fortress and palace. They dug a ten kilometer moat, along with thick earthen walls, to create the Citadel’s perimeter. Copying the French military architect Vauban, these earthen walls were later replaced by two-meter-thick stone walls. Inside the outer perimeter, a smaller moat and smaller brick walls bounded the emperor’s Purple Forbidden City. The Purple Forbidden City, besides elaborate residences, also included a network of gates, courtyards, and administrative buildings. The emperor didn’t live to see the completion of his architectural masterpiece; dying in 1820, the Citadel was finally completed in 1832 by Gia Long’s son, the Emperor Minh Mang.

    The Citadel and the Vietnam War

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    Is it best to explore Vietnam on a guided tour?

    Vietnam is a beautiful country with a great deal to offer the visitor. However it is also a country that can be very tiring and at times frustrating to navigate, particularly when short on time. Yet travelling independently can be extremely rewarding, so should a traveller go it alone or seek the help of professionals?

    It is hard to give a general answer for all visitors as it really depends on what you wish to get from your trip. If you simply want a holiday, perhaps with a bit of culture thrown in then why not book independently – you can find a luxury resort around the beaches of Mui Ne or Hoi An that will offer a great chance to relax and unwind, with daytrips to nearby sights and attrations that can offer a glimpse of life in Vietnam, should you get bored of the beach.

    If you’re a budget traveller, a backpacker short on money but with plenty of time, for a real adventure we would highly recommend travelling independently. You are in the unique position of being able to explore the nooks and crannies of the country where few would normally venture, to take the time to meet local people and ask where they would go and visit if they could. Furthermore, the cheap tours available to budget travellers are normally geared towards economies of scale, with rigid itineraries, packed buses and a fairly generic feel, so little is to be gained by taking the pre-planned route.

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    While living in Vietnam I found there frequently wasn’t much information or decent photos of places to visit off the beaten track available on the internet – it may be easy to find information on towns on the Sinh Cafe routes but beyond that places were often something of a mystery.

    It also seemed that many of the guides I came across didn’t express the sheer beauty of the country, with dry descriptions and little information beyond where to sleep. I want to try and correct that with this blog and travel guide – although it is still early days – and plan to cover plenty of the hidden locations that make Vietnam so special.

    Still, I’m not a fountain of all knowlege by any means, and I would welcome anyone who is so inclined to send in their own stories, tips and advice to the website to help it grow into an authoritative guide on travel in Vietnam. Similarly if you have questions about your upcoming visit please make contact and I’ll do my best to offer any tips I can think of.

    In the meantime, start reading about the wonderful destinations we do cover!

    My Son Cham Ruins, Hoi An

    My Son Ruins

    Mankind builds marvelous and imagination-defying cities and structures, then erases them again as the centuries, along with the fickle loyalty of scholars, priests, kings, and common people render them either obsolete or irrelevant. The ruins of My Son in Vietnam, not far from Da Nang and Hoi An, fall into this category.

    My Son was once an impressive place, a holy valley of impressive Hindu temples and burial grounds of the royalty of the Champa people. My Son was the Vietnamese equivalent of places like Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. In its heyday, My Son included over seventy temples, along with a number of monuments with inscriptions in both Sanskrit, the holy language of ancient India, and Cham. In 1999, UNESCO named My Son a World Heritage Site.

    History of My Son

    Phong Nga Ke Bang National Park and Caves

    Vietnam travelLong before Phong Nha-Ke Bang (also spelled Phong Nga-Ke Bang) National Park came into existence, the Champa people were using its caves for various purposes. The Champa were people of ancient Cambodia and Vietnam who ruled most of southern and central Vietnam from the seventh century through the mid-nineteenth century. Carving out inscriptions on steles and altars inside the caves, the Champa left their mark in the magnificent caves many years before modern Vietnamese and British scientists would begin to explore the caves. Later explorations discovered Neolithic axe heads in the area, showing that use of the caves date back even before the time of the Champa people.

    There is no overstating the magnificence of the caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The park was created to protect the world’s two largest karst, or limestone, regions. Inside the limestone topography are over 126 km of cave systems, with over 300 caves and grottos (grottos are caves that have been inhabited or used by humans). For anyone visiting Vietnam with the slightest interest in caves, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a must-see destination.

    Phong Nha Cave

    Hue s Imperial Citadel

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    The Tay Son Rebellion in Vietnam brought Nguyen Phuc Anh to power in 1802. Declaring himself Emperor Gia Long, he began construction on a grand fortress-palace in Hue in 1804. Today the emperor’s construction is known in Hue merely as “the Citadel”, and its inner sanctum, once the home of the emperor and his family, is called “the Purple Forbidden City”. Although the Citadel and its Imperial City were badly damaged during the Vietnam War in 1968, they remain one of Vietnam’s top tourist destinations.

    Early History of the Citadel

    Like many of Asia’s leaders of the past, the emperor relied upon traditional methods of divination, called geomancy, to choose the location for the Citadel. With a wish to create a sort of mini-Forbidden City like the one in Beijing, tens of thousands of labourers were conscripted to construct his fortress and palace. They dug a ten kilometer moat, along with thick earthen walls, to create the Citadel’s perimeter. Copying the French military architect Vauban, these earthen walls were later replaced by two-meter-thick stone walls. Inside the outer perimeter, a smaller moat and smaller brick walls bounded the emperor’s Purple Forbidden City. The Purple Forbidden City, besides elaborate residences, also included a network of gates, courtyards, and administrative buildings. The emperor didn’t live to see the completion of his architectural masterpiece; dying in 1820, the Citadel was finally completed in 1832 by Gia Long’s son, the Emperor Minh Mang.

    The Citadel and the Vietnam War

    Vietnam Tours

    Is it best to explore Vietnam on a guided tour?

    Vietnam is a beautiful country with a great deal to offer the visitor. However it is also a country that can be very tiring and at times frustrating to navigate, particularly when short on time. Yet travelling independently can be extremely rewarding, so should a traveller go it alone or seek the help of professionals?

    It is hard to give a general answer for all visitors as it really depends on what you wish to get from your trip. If you simply want a holiday, perhaps with a bit of culture thrown in then why not book independently – you can find a luxury resort around the beaches of Mui Ne or Hoi An that will offer a great chance to relax and unwind, with daytrips to nearby sights and attrations that can offer a glimpse of life in Vietnam, should you get bored of the beach.

    If you’re a budget traveller, a backpacker short on money but with plenty of time, for a real adventure we would highly recommend travelling independently. You are in the unique position of being able to explore the nooks and crannies of the country where few would normally venture, to take the time to meet local people and ask where they would go and visit if they could. Furthermore, the cheap tours available to budget travellers are normally geared towards economies of scale, with rigid itineraries, packed buses and a fairly generic feel, so little is to be gained by taking the pre-planned route.

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    GuideVietnam’s goal is to deliver comprehensive, up to date information on traveling and living in Vietnam. Keep coming back to stay informed about current Vietnam travel and living related issues and site updates.

    We are updating GuideVietnam.com with fresh content and brand new look . Any suggestions or comments on our website would be highly appreciated at [email protected] Thank you!

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    Vietnam has exerted itself to be a favorite destination of more and more tourists. There s a Hanoi elegant with friendly people, a Sapa with colourful-dressed minorities, a Halong Bay with amazing caves listed on UNESCO World Heritage. There s a Hue romantic with palace and rain, a tranquil Hoi An where you can have clothes made in one day, a Danang dynamic by Han river. There s a Nha Trang with best bays of the world, a Saigon busy and modern like Newyork, a Mekong-delta with fascinating floating market. The North, Centre, and South of Vietnam all bear a deep cultural trace, which remains in tourists memories for years. With everything from mountains to seas, from cold to hot weather, from city to countryside, Vietnam has everything you may come up with!

    The number of expats and travellers being victims of online credit card thief are increasing, it is therefore strongly advised that expats and travellers take care using online services from unknown Vietnamese websites; changing your password regularly also helps.

    What is NEW with GuideVietnam.com?

    1. A complete domestic flights provided by Vietnam airlines and other airlines in Vietnam.

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    Ho Chi Minh City (Former name Saigon) – The French nickname their dear city, “Pearl of the far Eas.

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    Travel 102 km from the capital Hanoi, one will find Hai Phong – one of North Vietnam’s most bea.

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    While living in Vietnam I found there frequently wasn’t much information or decent photos of places to visit off the beaten track available on the internet – it may be easy to find information on towns on the Sinh Cafe routes but beyond that places were often something of a mystery.

    It also seemed that many of the guides I came across didn’t express the sheer beauty of the country, with dry descriptions and little information beyond where to sleep. I want to try and correct that with this blog and travel guide – although it is still early days – and plan to cover plenty of the hidden locations that make Vietnam so special.

    Still, I’m not a fountain of all knowlege by any means, and I would welcome anyone who is so inclined to send in their own stories, tips and advice to the website to help it grow into an authoritative guide on travel in Vietnam. Similarly if you have questions about your upcoming visit please make contact and I’ll do my best to offer any tips I can think of.

    In the meantime, start reading about the wonderful destinations we do cover!

    My Son Cham Ruins, Hoi An

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    Mankind builds marvelous and imagination-defying cities and structures, then erases them again as the centuries, along with the fickle loyalty of scholars, priests, kings, and common people render them either obsolete or irrelevant. The ruins of My Son in Vietnam, not far from Da Nang and Hoi An, fall into this category.

    My Son was once an impressive place, a holy valley of impressive Hindu temples and burial grounds of the royalty of the Champa people. My Son was the Vietnamese equivalent of places like Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. In its heyday, My Son included over seventy temples, along with a number of monuments with inscriptions in both Sanskrit, the holy language of ancient India, and Cham. In 1999, UNESCO named My Son a World Heritage Site.

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    Vietnam travelLong before Phong Nha-Ke Bang (also spelled Phong Nga-Ke Bang) National Park came into existence, the Champa people were using its caves for various purposes. The Champa were people of ancient Cambodia and Vietnam who ruled most of southern and central Vietnam from the seventh century through the mid-nineteenth century. Carving out inscriptions on steles and altars inside the caves, the Champa left their mark in the magnificent caves many years before modern Vietnamese and British scientists would begin to explore the caves. Later explorations discovered Neolithic axe heads in the area, showing that use of the caves date back even before the time of the Champa people.

    There is no overstating the magnificence of the caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The park was created to protect the world’s two largest karst, or limestone, regions. Inside the limestone topography are over 126 km of cave systems, with over 300 caves and grottos (grottos are caves that have been inhabited or used by humans). For anyone visiting Vietnam with the slightest interest in caves, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a must-see destination.

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    The Tay Son Rebellion in Vietnam brought Nguyen Phuc Anh to power in 1802. Declaring himself Emperor Gia Long, he began construction on a grand fortress-palace in Hue in 1804. Today the emperor’s construction is known in Hue merely as “the Citadel”, and its inner sanctum, once the home of the emperor and his family, is called “the Purple Forbidden City”. Although the Citadel and its Imperial City were badly damaged during the Vietnam War in 1968, they remain one of Vietnam’s top tourist destinations.

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    Like many of Asia’s leaders of the past, the emperor relied upon traditional methods of divination, called geomancy, to choose the location for the Citadel. With a wish to create a sort of mini-Forbidden City like the one in Beijing, tens of thousands of labourers were conscripted to construct his fortress and palace. They dug a ten kilometer moat, along with thick earthen walls, to create the Citadel’s perimeter. Copying the French military architect Vauban, these earthen walls were later replaced by two-meter-thick stone walls. Inside the outer perimeter, a smaller moat and smaller brick walls bounded the emperor’s Purple Forbidden City. The Purple Forbidden City, besides elaborate residences, also included a network of gates, courtyards, and administrative buildings. The emperor didn’t live to see the completion of his architectural masterpiece; dying in 1820, the Citadel was finally completed in 1832 by Gia Long’s son, the Emperor Minh Mang.

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    Vietnam is a beautiful country with a great deal to offer the visitor. However it is also a country that can be very tiring and at times frustrating to navigate, particularly when short on time. Yet travelling independently can be extremely rewarding, so should a traveller go it alone or seek the help of professionals?

    It is hard to give a general answer for all visitors as it really depends on what you wish to get from your trip. If you simply want a holiday, perhaps with a bit of culture thrown in then why not book independently – you can find a luxury resort around the beaches of Mui Ne or Hoi An that will offer a great chance to relax and unwind, with daytrips to nearby sights and attrations that can offer a glimpse of life in Vietnam, should you get bored of the beach.

    If you’re a budget traveller, a backpacker short on money but with plenty of time, for a real adventure we would highly recommend travelling independently. You are in the unique position of being able to explore the nooks and crannies of the country where few would normally venture, to take the time to meet local people and ask where they would go and visit if they could. Furthermore, the cheap tours available to budget travellers are normally geared towards economies of scale, with rigid itineraries, packed buses and a fairly generic feel, so little is to be gained by taking the pre-planned route.

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    In Vietnam, there are four international airports in total. If you want a direct flight, e. g. from the U.S. or Europe to Vietnam, you can either fly to HCMC (with the biggest airport, the Tan Son Nhat International Airport) or to Hanoi (with the second biggest one, the Nội Bài International Airport).

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    25/11/2017

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    Vietnam Travel

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    Specialising in tailoring private tours and excursions for small groups and families to accommodate your schedule and interest, we can help you plan your itinerary.

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    We can help you plan your Vietnam holiday visiting the places that you would like to see within your time frame.





    24/11/2017

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    14/11/2017

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    Dear First-Time Vietnam Visitor

    A 36-year old ex-pat with the pen name “Our Man in Hanoi ” offers advice to budget travelers.

    The first thing you have to realize is that nothing is what it seems.

    No one has sex outside of marriage here apparently. Yet the teenage abortion rate is horrifically high. Everyone seemingly has a mobile phone and a motorbike but the average wage is a dollar a day.

    Befriend a local and they will spend their last few cents on a meal for you. They will refuse to take anything towards the cost (and you probably shouldn’t offer) and they will be genuinely honored to eat with you. You can make a friend for life in seconds. At the same time, if someone collapses in the street, people will walk by. Or worse, stop to stare but do nothing.

    As a foreigner the police will leave you alone. They know you bring money into this country. But that works both ways too. They may not help you when you need them either.

    Everywhere is manic with activity yet strangely serene. Eventually your ears will filter out the noise and you’ll fall in step with the traffic. You’ll wonder why it seemed so scary when you first arrived.

    I understand that when you think of Vietnam the chances are your first thought is of the American War (that’s what it’s called in these parts — and what else would they call it, if you think about it for a second). By all means go to the museums, the tunnels and the rest if that is your thing. But Vietnam is much much more than that.

    Seventy percent of the population were born after the war. And the American war was a blip in amongst centuries of other wars. In my experience Vietnamese tend to look forward rather than back: understand the horrors of that war. Put it in context and move on. Vietnam has.

    Don’t get too tied down with that communism thing. Vietnam is communist in name only. In terms of the likes of education and health care the capitalist country you left is likely to provide more for its people. As for freedom, well don’t expect criticism of the government in the newspapers, but you don’t suffer a nanny state here either.

    And yes. the opening up to commerce has helped Vietnam prosper. But don’t forget this is on the back of a rare 30 years of peace. I would guess that this is the most significant factor in the upswing.

    Don’t worry about your personal safety. Or at least don’t panic about it. Vietnam is probably the safest place you will visit. But don’t be stupid. Hanoi isn’t too bad but by all account bag snatching is on the rise in Saigon. Just keep things close to you. Honestly money belts are not needed. Stick you wallet in your pocket, like you do at home.

    People will rip you off sometimes. They need the money. But that doesn’t mean that people will ALWAYS rip you off. Sometimes the price they say is THE price. There is no need for haggling. Other times you can haggle and haggle to get a couple of cents knocked off. Why bother?

    Find out what things cost. Don’t accept the rip off price but accept the reasonable price. And while we’re at it, westerners don’t always pay more than locals (transport aside). That’s a myth.

    And yes people are poor here. Ignore the TV shops, the motorbikes, the cars etc. It’s for a (growing) select few. Most people still live in a one room home and sleep on the floor. Remember that.

    Learn a couple of words of Vietnamese. Hello and thank-you will do it. It’ll make people smile at the very least. Smiling is important here. Smile when you’re haggling, smile when you’re arguing, smile when you’re asking for your money back. People will appreciate it and actually it’s a nicer way to live. If you’re being over charged make an “oh my god” face, but do it half smiling. They’ll realize they’ve been sussed but they’ll smile back in an “I’ve been caught?” way and most likely offer you the real price.

    Relax. they can smell nervous tourists and it’s like a red rag to a bull. At least pretend you know what you’re doing without being arrogant.

    Learn to enjoy it even when things go wrong. They will go wrong. Vietnam is slapstick and bizarre and that is why so many of us love it. Vietnamese people know their country is bizarre. Get stuck in a traffic jam in a taxi and the driver will turn to you laughing, shrug and say: “Vietnam.” As if that is the reason for the madness.

    Remember, each cock-up is another experience and another good traveler’s tale. Learn to laugh at the problems and live with it.

    Oh and they will call you fat. They will ask how much you weigh, how old you are, how much you earn, how much your camera cost. Compared to them you probably are fat — and answer the questions truthfully — who cares?

    As Michael Caine says in The Quiet American: “They say, whatever you are looking for, you can find here.”

    It’s true. On every level from beautiful beaches to amazing cities. From boiled dog to bangers and mash. From street food to the Sheraton. How much you submerge yourself in Vietnam is up to you. Eat at street stalls if you enjoy the experience but you don’t have to. Don’t feel guilty if you only eat in top restaurants. Your dollars will still pay for a wage here. Likewise don’t think you understand Vietnam and its people just because you’ve sat on plastic stools and eaten noodle soup.

    And there is a seedy underside, and there are drugs, and there is corruption and prostitution. But where doesn’t have these?

    There is no where else like Vietnam. People who have been here longer than me, have told me that only five years ago it was all bicycles on the road. Now it’s mostly motorbikes but more and more cars are starting to appear. Vietnam is changing. And although I wish I had seen it then, now is also fascinating. The change is here but McDonalds and Starbucks haven’t arrived yet. Nothing is ruined. Not yet.

    You should realize that people either love or hate Vietnam. It is that type of place. But if you at least try to love it then it is more likely to work for you. Come here already smiling and with an open mind and it will be ok. Start to lose your temper over the traffic, the service, the roads or the food and it will only get worse. Nothing works here if you stop smiling.

    My final piece of advice is: play the idiot.

    Play the big western lump. Catch their eye when they’re laughing at you (you are funny) and laugh with them. Pull a face at the kids.

    Leave your ego and impatience behind and it’ll work out just fine.

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    05/09/2017

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    21/08/2017

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    Tours to Vietnam, Travel Packages, Trip Deals from Vietnam tour specialist

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    An unbeatable value holiday to explore the varied highlights of Vietnam, a country synonymous with the war that split the nation in two during the 1970s. Whilst reminders of the impact are constantly visible, Vietnam is a nation on the move, its people are energetic, sociable and resourceful and live in a country blessed with a ravishing coastline, striking national parks and a rich and varied history. Now is the time to discover this dynamic destination which is constantly evolving and growing rapidly in popularity.

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    20/08/2017

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    Vietnam Land and War tour and travel packages

    The entire Indochina region welcomes tourists from around the world with open arms. The majestic places scattered in this area are not only gateways to some of the most memorable holidays, but also offer complete peace of mind. With paradise-like beauties throughout the continent, the Indochina region is truly the abode of some of the most magnificent places of the planet.

    The Line between Good and Bad Tour Operator

    There are very few tourists around the world, who are capable of denying the attraction of the various countries of Indochina region. However, not all of them are able to enjoy their holiday. The prime reason behind this is the wrong choice of tour operator, which leaves them with unpleasant memories, instead of memorable ones. Therefore, choosing the right tour operator is just as important as choosing an appropriate holiday spot.

    Why Vietnam Tours Info is a Tourist-Friendly Option?

    Vietnam Tours Info, part of Gia Linh Travel, has been the prime reason behind numerous memorable vacations in the Indochina region. We cater tourists from all around the world with tailored tour programs, so that they can take time out of their busy schedule, and enjoy with their family the most memorable vacation of their life. The Vietnam tour and travel packages offered by us are extremely pocket-friendly, so that you can book the packages without worrying about your bank balance.

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    The tours offered by us are unique, and interesting at the same time. For example, people, who are willing to visit the relics of the infamous Vietnam War, can opt for Vietnam War tours. However, if you are more of an adventure buff, land tours might be appropriate for you.

    We work with a vow to provide the highest level of satisfaction to our clients while maintaining their privacy. A personal tour guide, who is an experienced local, will accompany you throughout the tour.

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    Highlights: See the diversified beauty and culture of Vietnam along the tourist tracks. Attractive places, friendly people, delicious cuisine and fascinating activities. Seize a chance to communicate with ethnic minorities in Sapa and get closer to the life of inhabitants in both Red River Delta and Mekong River Delta. Leisurely swim in the tranquil beach of Hoi An and Nha Trang. Learn more about the history and culture of Vietnamese people. Admire the allure of Ha Long Bay, an UNESCO World Natural Heritage; Hue – the imperial city with old traditions and relics in good preservation; find how vibrant Ho Chi Minh City differs from the more elegant, cultured environment of Hanoi; get an idea of what it would have been like to live, sleep and eat in the underground passages and bunkers of Cu Chi tunnels during the fierce battles of the war. From North to South, each area has its own charm and characteristic. View Details





    17/08/2017

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    Vietnam Travel Guide

    Some destinations evoke mental images the moment their names are mentioned, and Vietnam is one of them. A frenetic and fascinating country, it calls to mind conical-hatted street vendors, water buffalo plodding across rice fields, mopeds buzzing through cities and floating markets on the Mekong River.

    The days when Vietnam was best known for its conflict with America are long gone. From the temples of Hanoi and the islands of Halong Bay to the beaches of Nha Trang and the palaces of Hue, it is a country now firmly etched in the travel psyche.

    At times, Vietnam is an assault on the senses. Life in its feverish cities is conducted largely on the streets, among chattering bia hois (pavement pubs) and steaming pho (noodle soup) stands. The country s two main cities Hanoi in the north, Ho Chi Minh in the south are different in many ways, but they share an intoxicating energy. Ancient pagodas and colonial houses jostle for space with new-build skyscrapers, while labyrinthine back-alleys hum with life. These narrow streets are atmospheric places to spend time, day or night.

    The country s long, thin shape, sometimes compared to two rice baskets at either end of a pole, means these two cities form natural start and end points to an itinerary. The highlights along the way, meanwhile, are as well packed as the spring rolls which adorn market stalls: nature-lovers, history buffs, beach bums and foodies are all catered for in singularly Vietnamese style.

    Those heading into the countryside can expect not only glorious scenery, but a rich cultural web of different ethnic groups. The US wartime legacy can still be readily explored perhaps most notably at the Cu Chi Tunnels near Ho Chi Minh but this is a country to enjoy for what it is today, whether you re here for a few days or a month.

    Travel Advice

    Last updated: 29 November 2015

    The travel advice summary below is provided by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the UK. ‘We’ refers to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For their full travel advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice .

    Crime

    Most visits to Vietnam are trouble free but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings.

    Carry a photocopy of the pages from your passport with your personal details and visa for ID, and leave the original document in a safe place.

    There has been a reported increase in incidents of personal belongings and bags being snatched, including from people travelling on motorbikes. Thieves cut the straps or bottoms of bags. Some thieves have resorted to physical violence, though this is not common. You should remain alert and take care of your belongings, particularly in crowded areas and places visited by tourists where pick pockets and bag snatchers operate.

    Sexual assaults are rare, but you should take sensible precautions and travel with friends when possible.

    There have been reports of arguments over hotel, restaurant or taxi bills turning violent or abusive. It is well worth researching places to stay before you arrive. To avoid potential disputes, make sure you are clear about the level of service you can expect to receive and any associated charges.

    There have been reports of scams targeting tourists, involving fake charities, gambling and taxis.

    Local travel

    Travel is restricted near military installations and some areas of Vietnam are fairly inaccessible. If you wish to visit a village, commune or ward that is close to the border you may need to get permission from the provincial police department. Contact the relevant local authority for more information.

    Don t stray off main routes in rural areas and check with your tour operator before setting off. There have been mountain climbing accidents in the north of Vietnam. You should follow safety guidelines and procedures and make sure you are supervised by a reputable guide.

    Undertake any leisure activities which include firearms at your own risk and make sure you are supervised by a reputable guide. There have been reports of hearing loss from those close to these activities.

    Unexploded mines and ordnance are a continuing hazard in former battlefields, particularly in central Vietnam and along the Laos Border, formerly traversed by the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Mined areas are often unmarked.

    Road travel

    With effect from 1 October 2015, International Driving Permits (IDPs) are accepted in Vietnam. The type of vehicle you ll be able to drive is limited to the categories for which your permit is valid. You ll need to show both the IDP and your UK driving licence to the authorities when required.

    If you don t have an IDP to drive a car or motorcycle you ll need to get a Vietnamese driving licence from the Hanoi Department of Public Works and Transportation (telephone: +84 4 3843 5325) or the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Public Works and Transportation (telephone: +84 8 3829 0451 or 0452).

    The standard of driving and vehicle maintenance is poor. There are frequent accidents and fatal crashes. Accidents can result in costly medical bills and you may not be covered by your insurance. It s illegal to be on a motorbike without a helmet. Helmet safety standards vary.

    Traffic accidents tend to attract a large crowd. If you are involved in a traffic accident you could face criminal charges and you may need to pay compensation to the injured person even if the injuries are minor. You will be given a receipt for any official fine. If you are subject to an investigation, offer the police your full co-operation and inform the British Embassy in Hanoi or Consulate General in Hoi Chi Minh City.

    Don t use your passport as a deposit for hiring vehicles or in place of a fine in the event of a traffic offence.

    Metered taxis from larger firms are generally reliable. There are many taxi operators and meters are set at different prices. The meter should start at around 8,000 to 20,000 VND. Where possible get hotels or restaurants to book you a reputable taxi.

    There have been reports of overcharging for taxi journeys from airports. Check the published fares near the taxi stands before starting your journey.

    Bus and coach crashes are not unusual. Vehicles are often poorly maintained. The risk of death or injury on the road increases if you travel at night. When travelling by bus be vigilant against petty theft. Don t accept offers of free transfers to hotels unless organised in advance, as these are likely to be bogus.

    Rail travel in Vietnam is generally safe. Be vigilant against petty theft. There have been numerous reports of personal belongings being stolen while people are asleep on the train between Hanoi and Sapa.

    Sea travel

    There have been a number of fatal boat accidents in Vietnam, some involving foreign nationals in Halong Bay, including a major incident in October 2012. Safety regulations and standards vary greatly and are not at the same level as the United Kingdom. Check with your tour guide about the safety record and registration of boats, and the certification of personnel before setting off. Make sure you receive a full safety briefing when joining any boat. Consider safety standards carefully before taking an overnight boat trip on Halong Bay as some boats have sunk quickly and without warning.

    Piracy has been known to occur in coastal areas off Vietnam. Mariners should be vigilant, reduce opportunities for attacks, establish secure areas onboard and report all incidents to the coastal and flag state authorities.

    Political situation

    Vietnam has a single party political system, which does not welcome dissent. Internal conflict is rare. Some protests in May turned violent. You should avoid all protests.

    Consular assistance

    Providing prompt consular assistance is difficult outside Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City because of poorly developed infrastructure. Some places are a flight away with only 1 daily flight.





    17/08/2017

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    The great natural wonder which is must see destination to all visitors coming to Vietnam is Halong Bay.

    Halong bay is the breathtaking beauty, a vision of more than 2000 incredible islands in many shapes rising from the emerald water of the Gulf of Tonkin. Cruising on this majestic and mysterious bay will make your trip unforgettable.

    Our bus and guide will pick you up at your hotel. On the way to Halong city enjoy the journey through the rich farmlands of the Red River Delta and the scenery of rice fields, water buffalo and everyday Vietnamese village life. Arrive in Halong, go on board. Lunch is served with a welcome drink while the boat cruises the bay to enjoy the beautiful limestone.

    After visiting Amazing cave. we stop at a floating house and go kayaking to enjoy the beauty of the bay with stalactite and stalagmite cave. And then we take a sunset cruise towards Halong wharf, drive back to Hanoi for your overnight stay. 8h30 pm tour ends at your hotel.

    Group transfer: A/C shuttle bus

    Guide: English speaking

    Meal: seafood lunch

    Entrance fee: included

    Kayaking: provided

    Price: Please contact us to get the best price. Price based upon specific touring request, your travel season, and total pax in your group.





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    Vietnam Travel

    Small group and private tour holidays of Vietnam

    Specialising in tailoring private tours and excursions for small groups and families to accommodate your schedule and interest, we can help you plan your itinerary.

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    From simply meeting you at the airport and transferring you to your hotel, to arranging tours, transport and accommodation throughout Vietnam to suit your needs.

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    Hanoi Travels is a multi lingual Australian and Vietnamese family run business with extensive experience in providing services for independent travellers.

    Our staff are professional, friendly and experienced. We can provide you with local knowledge and international quality service. We speak English, French and Vietnamese.

    Hanoi Travels small group adventures are designed for travellers of all ages.

    Our travelling style is fresh and adventurous and we help you discover more of the beautiful sites of Vietnam.

    We can help you plan your Vietnam holiday visiting the places that you would like to see within your time frame.





    17/08/2017

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    Call Us: +84 (0) 984 999 386

    South East Asia Travel Specialists!

    We’re proud to stake our claim as the true specialists. Vietnam. Laos. Cambodia and Thailand are our focus and expertise so we stick with it! We’ve made a bigger commitment to Indochina than any other small group travel company by also basing our main offices within the regions.

    Our offices and preferred partners across our entire destinations offer professional, highly experienced western and local staff, enabling us to understand your needs as a traveler from a western and local perspective. Our bases in Indochina also allow us to offer the best combination of value, experience and timely on the ground support. More information .

    Our Tours

    We cater for any form of travel! Our journeys offer you many amazing opportunities to interact with the locals and to gain an insight into their daily life. Instead of just visiting sites and leaving with only photos, you will take away an insight into the extraordinary cultures and histories of the destinations we visit and some amazing memories and experiences along the way.

    Package Tours – For those wishing to travel solo, as couples/families/friends or those who enjoy meeting new found friends from all over the world. Choose a tour, tweak a tour or build your own. More information .

    Day trips and Excursions – Great for independent travellers, we have a number of single and multi-day tours designed to keep you busy all over Indochina. More information .

    Our Travellers

    As a traveler with Indochina Travelland, we guarantee your expectations are met and you come away with the most memorable and captivating holiday. We provide you with pre departure and during tour information and focus on your interests to ensure you gain the utmost out of your journey with us.

    Our group journeys are a fascinating way to meet new friends and enjoy your experiences with others. Our travelers come from all over the world, bringing with them a wide variety of interests and backgrounds.

    Let us know how we can help by either emailing your request, utelise our live online chat or request for us to call you at a time of convenience for you.

    No Hassle

    We take all that stress and hassle out of your travel. No matter where you re going or what you d like to do, we will arrange it all. All you have to do and think about your entire holiday is getting yourself from your home to the airport! Leave the rest to us……

    Whether you are from Australia, New Zealand, USA, England, Hong Kong, Europe, Malaysia or anywhere around the world, we can help you choose or customize a package anywhere in Indochina to ensure your holiday is exactly what you want!

    All this coupled with magical experiences, in depth and diverse tour itineraries, individual customer care and support, with fantastic value for money, what else could be better!

    Supporting Those in Need

    Indochina Travelland supports individuals, families and villages to the less fortunate within the regions of our destinations. In addition, we support a number of organizations which are dedicated to the improvement of education, health and living standards.

    Our tours are also distinctive as we believe in visiting areas in need. Weather it be a local village, not on a tourist route to local schools, orphanages or eating at organizations helping disadvantaged youth, just to name a few where a little money spent can go along way. More information .





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    Dear First-Time Vietnam Visitor

    A 36-year old ex-pat with the pen name “Our Man in Hanoi ” offers advice to budget travelers.

    The first thing you have to realize is that nothing is what it seems.

    No one has sex outside of marriage here apparently. Yet the teenage abortion rate is horrifically high. Everyone seemingly has a mobile phone and a motorbike but the average wage is a dollar a day.

    Befriend a local and they will spend their last few cents on a meal for you. They will refuse to take anything towards the cost (and you probably shouldn’t offer) and they will be genuinely honored to eat with you. You can make a friend for life in seconds. At the same time, if someone collapses in the street, people will walk by. Or worse, stop to stare but do nothing.

    As a foreigner the police will leave you alone. They know you bring money into this country. But that works both ways too. They may not help you when you need them either.

    Everywhere is manic with activity yet strangely serene. Eventually your ears will filter out the noise and you’ll fall in step with the traffic. You’ll wonder why it seemed so scary when you first arrived.

    I understand that when you think of Vietnam the chances are your first thought is of the American War (that’s what it’s called in these parts — and what else would they call it, if you think about it for a second). By all means go to the museums, the tunnels and the rest if that is your thing. But Vietnam is much much more than that.

    Seventy percent of the population were born after the war. And the American war was a blip in amongst centuries of other wars. In my experience Vietnamese tend to look forward rather than back: understand the horrors of that war. Put it in context and move on. Vietnam has.

    Don’t get too tied down with that communism thing. Vietnam is communist in name only. In terms of the likes of education and health care the capitalist country you left is likely to provide more for its people. As for freedom, well don’t expect criticism of the government in the newspapers, but you don’t suffer a nanny state here either.

    And yes. the opening up to commerce has helped Vietnam prosper. But don’t forget this is on the back of a rare 30 years of peace. I would guess that this is the most significant factor in the upswing.

    Don’t worry about your personal safety. Or at least don’t panic about it. Vietnam is probably the safest place you will visit. But don’t be stupid. Hanoi isn’t too bad but by all account bag snatching is on the rise in Saigon. Just keep things close to you. Honestly money belts are not needed. Stick you wallet in your pocket, like you do at home.

    People will rip you off sometimes. They need the money. But that doesn’t mean that people will ALWAYS rip you off. Sometimes the price they say is THE price. There is no need for haggling. Other times you can haggle and haggle to get a couple of cents knocked off. Why bother?

    Find out what things cost. Don’t accept the rip off price but accept the reasonable price. And while we’re at it, westerners don’t always pay more than locals (transport aside). That’s a myth.

    And yes people are poor here. Ignore the TV shops, the motorbikes, the cars etc. It’s for a (growing) select few. Most people still live in a one room home and sleep on the floor. Remember that.

    Learn a couple of words of Vietnamese. Hello and thank-you will do it. It’ll make people smile at the very least. Smiling is important here. Smile when you’re haggling, smile when you’re arguing, smile when you’re asking for your money back. People will appreciate it and actually it’s a nicer way to live. If you’re being over charged make an “oh my god” face, but do it half smiling. They’ll realize they’ve been sussed but they’ll smile back in an “I’ve been caught?” way and most likely offer you the real price.

    Relax. they can smell nervous tourists and it’s like a red rag to a bull. At least pretend you know what you’re doing without being arrogant.

    Learn to enjoy it even when things go wrong. They will go wrong. Vietnam is slapstick and bizarre and that is why so many of us love it. Vietnamese people know their country is bizarre. Get stuck in a traffic jam in a taxi and the driver will turn to you laughing, shrug and say: “Vietnam.” As if that is the reason for the madness.

    Remember, each cock-up is another experience and another good traveler’s tale. Learn to laugh at the problems and live with it.

    Oh and they will call you fat. They will ask how much you weigh, how old you are, how much you earn, how much your camera cost. Compared to them you probably are fat — and answer the questions truthfully — who cares?

    As Michael Caine says in The Quiet American: “They say, whatever you are looking for, you can find here.”

    It’s true. On every level from beautiful beaches to amazing cities. From boiled dog to bangers and mash. From street food to the Sheraton. How much you submerge yourself in Vietnam is up to you. Eat at street stalls if you enjoy the experience but you don’t have to. Don’t feel guilty if you only eat in top restaurants. Your dollars will still pay for a wage here. Likewise don’t think you understand Vietnam and its people just because you’ve sat on plastic stools and eaten noodle soup.

    And there is a seedy underside, and there are drugs, and there is corruption and prostitution. But where doesn’t have these?

    There is no where else like Vietnam. People who have been here longer than me, have told me that only five years ago it was all bicycles on the road. Now it’s mostly motorbikes but more and more cars are starting to appear. Vietnam is changing. And although I wish I had seen it then, now is also fascinating. The change is here but McDonalds and Starbucks haven’t arrived yet. Nothing is ruined. Not yet.

    You should realize that people either love or hate Vietnam. It is that type of place. But if you at least try to love it then it is more likely to work for you. Come here already smiling and with an open mind and it will be ok. Start to lose your temper over the traffic, the service, the roads or the food and it will only get worse. Nothing works here if you stop smiling.

    My final piece of advice is: play the idiot.

    Play the big western lump. Catch their eye when they’re laughing at you (you are funny) and laugh with them. Pull a face at the kids.

    Leave your ego and impatience behind and it’ll work out just fine.

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    Vietnam Travel Guide

    Some destinations evoke mental images the moment their names are mentioned, and Vietnam is one of them. A frenetic and fascinating country, it calls to mind conical-hatted street vendors, water buffalo plodding across rice fields, mopeds buzzing through cities and floating markets on the Mekong River.

    The days when Vietnam was best known for its conflict with America are long gone. From the temples of Hanoi and the islands of Halong Bay to the beaches of Nha Trang and the palaces of Hue, it is a country now firmly etched in the travel psyche.

    At times, Vietnam is an assault on the senses. Life in its feverish cities is conducted largely on the streets, among chattering bia hois (pavement pubs) and steaming pho (noodle soup) stands. The country s two main cities Hanoi in the north, Ho Chi Minh in the south are different in many ways, but they share an intoxicating energy. Ancient pagodas and colonial houses jostle for space with new-build skyscrapers, while labyrinthine back-alleys hum with life. These narrow streets are atmospheric places to spend time, day or night.

    The country s long, thin shape, sometimes compared to two rice baskets at either end of a pole, means these two cities form natural start and end points to an itinerary. The highlights along the way, meanwhile, are as well packed as the spring rolls which adorn market stalls: nature-lovers, history buffs, beach bums and foodies are all catered for in singularly Vietnamese style.

    Those heading into the countryside can expect not only glorious scenery, but a rich cultural web of different ethnic groups. The US wartime legacy can still be readily explored perhaps most notably at the Cu Chi Tunnels near Ho Chi Minh but this is a country to enjoy for what it is today, whether you re here for a few days or a month.

    Travel Advice

    Last updated: 29 November 2015

    The travel advice summary below is provided by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the UK. ‘We’ refers to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For their full travel advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice .

    Crime

    Most visits to Vietnam are trouble free but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings.

    Carry a photocopy of the pages from your passport with your personal details and visa for ID, and leave the original document in a safe place.

    There has been a reported increase in incidents of personal belongings and bags being snatched, including from people travelling on motorbikes. Thieves cut the straps or bottoms of bags. Some thieves have resorted to physical violence, though this is not common. You should remain alert and take care of your belongings, particularly in crowded areas and places visited by tourists where pick pockets and bag snatchers operate.

    Sexual assaults are rare, but you should take sensible precautions and travel with friends when possible.

    There have been reports of arguments over hotel, restaurant or taxi bills turning violent or abusive. It is well worth researching places to stay before you arrive. To avoid potential disputes, make sure you are clear about the level of service you can expect to receive and any associated charges.

    There have been reports of scams targeting tourists, involving fake charities, gambling and taxis.

    Local travel

    Travel is restricted near military installations and some areas of Vietnam are fairly inaccessible. If you wish to visit a village, commune or ward that is close to the border you may need to get permission from the provincial police department. Contact the relevant local authority for more information.

    Don t stray off main routes in rural areas and check with your tour operator before setting off. There have been mountain climbing accidents in the north of Vietnam. You should follow safety guidelines and procedures and make sure you are supervised by a reputable guide.

    Undertake any leisure activities which include firearms at your own risk and make sure you are supervised by a reputable guide. There have been reports of hearing loss from those close to these activities.

    Unexploded mines and ordnance are a continuing hazard in former battlefields, particularly in central Vietnam and along the Laos Border, formerly traversed by the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Mined areas are often unmarked.

    Road travel

    With effect from 1 October 2015, International Driving Permits (IDPs) are accepted in Vietnam. The type of vehicle you ll be able to drive is limited to the categories for which your permit is valid. You ll need to show both the IDP and your UK driving licence to the authorities when required.

    If you don t have an IDP to drive a car or motorcycle you ll need to get a Vietnamese driving licence from the Hanoi Department of Public Works and Transportation (telephone: +84 4 3843 5325) or the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Public Works and Transportation (telephone: +84 8 3829 0451 or 0452).

    The standard of driving and vehicle maintenance is poor. There are frequent accidents and fatal crashes. Accidents can result in costly medical bills and you may not be covered by your insurance. It s illegal to be on a motorbike without a helmet. Helmet safety standards vary.

    Traffic accidents tend to attract a large crowd. If you are involved in a traffic accident you could face criminal charges and you may need to pay compensation to the injured person even if the injuries are minor. You will be given a receipt for any official fine. If you are subject to an investigation, offer the police your full co-operation and inform the British Embassy in Hanoi or Consulate General in Hoi Chi Minh City.

    Don t use your passport as a deposit for hiring vehicles or in place of a fine in the event of a traffic offence.

    Metered taxis from larger firms are generally reliable. There are many taxi operators and meters are set at different prices. The meter should start at around 8,000 to 20,000 VND. Where possible get hotels or restaurants to book you a reputable taxi.

    There have been reports of overcharging for taxi journeys from airports. Check the published fares near the taxi stands before starting your journey.

    Bus and coach crashes are not unusual. Vehicles are often poorly maintained. The risk of death or injury on the road increases if you travel at night. When travelling by bus be vigilant against petty theft. Don t accept offers of free transfers to hotels unless organised in advance, as these are likely to be bogus.

    Rail travel in Vietnam is generally safe. Be vigilant against petty theft. There have been numerous reports of personal belongings being stolen while people are asleep on the train between Hanoi and Sapa.

    Sea travel

    There have been a number of fatal boat accidents in Vietnam, some involving foreign nationals in Halong Bay, including a major incident in October 2012. Safety regulations and standards vary greatly and are not at the same level as the United Kingdom. Check with your tour guide about the safety record and registration of boats, and the certification of personnel before setting off. Make sure you receive a full safety briefing when joining any boat. Consider safety standards carefully before taking an overnight boat trip on Halong Bay as some boats have sunk quickly and without warning.

    Piracy has been known to occur in coastal areas off Vietnam. Mariners should be vigilant, reduce opportunities for attacks, establish secure areas onboard and report all incidents to the coastal and flag state authorities.

    Political situation

    Vietnam has a single party political system, which does not welcome dissent. Internal conflict is rare. Some protests in May turned violent. You should avoid all protests.

    Consular assistance

    Providing prompt consular assistance is difficult outside Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City because of poorly developed infrastructure. Some places are a flight away with only 1 daily flight.





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    Vietnam Tours, Vietnam Tour, Vietnam Vacations, Vietnam Vacation, Vietnam Tour Packages

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    Vietnam Vacations

    Vietnam tours traverse a land wrought with natural and cultural history, and tour operators have taken note of the public s interest in exploring a country that once dominated news wires. These itineraries offer excellent value and convenience, as tour companies secure low hotel and air rates and provide an experienced tour director. If you prefer traveling on your own, several independent packages that provide maximum free time are available as well.

    * Key to Quality Ratings

    These vacations are classified according to the quality of accommodations, the number of included amenities and activities, and the level of service delivered.

    = Budget vacations that typically range from $50 to $200 per person, per day, plus airfare.

    = First class vacations that typically range from $80 to $350 per person, per day, plus airfare.

    = Deluxe vacations that typically range from $200 to $650 per person, per day, plus airfare.





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    By Plane

    In Vietnam, there are four international airports in total. If you want a direct flight, e. g. from the U.S. or Europe to Vietnam, you can either fly to HCMC (with the biggest airport, the Tan Son Nhat International Airport) or to Hanoi (with the second biggest one, the Nội Bài International Airport).

    Alternatively, you can take a flight to China, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, South Korea, Japan or Singapore, and get a connecting flight to Vietnam:

    Da Nang has an International Airport (flights from/to Seoul/South Korea, Bangkok/Thailand, Singapore).

    Can Tho Airport in South Vietnam provides international service, too (flights from/to Bangkok/Thailand, Tokyo/Japan, Phnom Penh/Cambodia).

    Phu Quoc Island now has its own International Airport.

    If you buy a ticket for a flight to Vietnam in a nearby country, you might get it for half the price of a Vietnam Airlines’ flight. However, during holidays it will be hard to get a reservation. Especially during Tet you should make reservations in advance. You can also travel into Vietnam overland or on the waterway from one of the adjacent countries.





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    Introducing Vietnam

    Astonishingly exotic and utterly compelling, Vietnam is a country of breathtaking natural beauty with an incredible heritage that quickly becomes addictive.

    Why I Love Vietnam

    By Iain Stewart, Writer

    I know of few more driven, purposeful people on earth than the Vietnamese. Back in 1991 when I first arrived, the country was one of the poorest on earth, but the streets were swept, the cuisine was outstanding and visitors were welcomed. Over the years I’ve returned to enjoy the same simple pleasures: chatting with friends over a glass of bia hoi, soaking up the street scenes in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, biking lonely mountain roads, and marvelling at the locals’ sheer lust for life. And then I start planning a return trip.

    Thrills & Chills

    If you’ve got the bills, Vietnam’s got the thrills and chills. Some require a little physical effort, like motorbiking switchback after switchback up the jaw-dropping Hai Van Pass in central Vietnam. Others require even more sweat: kitesurfing the tropical oceanic waters off Mui Ne or hiking the evergreen hills around Bac Ha or Sapa. And when you’re done with all that adrenaline stuff, there’s plenty of horizontal ‘me’ time to relish. Vietnam has outstanding spas – from marble temples of treatments, to simple family run massage salons with backpacker-friendly rates.

    Sensory Overload

    Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a Chinese junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of tens of thousands of war victims.

    A Culinary Superpower

    The Thais may grumble, but in Southeast Asia nothing really comes close: Vietnamese food is that good. Incredibly subtle in its flavours and outstanding in its diversity, Vietnamese cooking is a fascinating draw for travellers – the dozens of cooking schools in Hoi An are testament to this. Geography plays a crucial role, with Chinese flavours influencing the soups of northern Vietnam, spices sparking up southern cuisine and myriad herbs and complex techniques typifying the central region, rightly renowned as Vietnam’s epicurean epicentre.





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    Wherever you chose to discover or whatever you are searching for during a Vietnam travel, let our Travel Experts listen to your needs and provide you with the very best Vietnam has to offer you.

    With its unique and perse history, the warmth and generosity of its people, incredible foods and the varied and dramatic scenery, Vietnam really is a travel destination everybody should visit at least once. or twice.

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    Experiencing the Simple Life in Ham Ninh Fishing Village

    Visiting Ham Ninh fishing village, you will feel the primitive and rustic life with thatched cottages with bamboo walls of the fishermen here. In the afternoon, you can see the blue sea, the Hai Tac (Pirate) Islands in the distance, Hon Nghe (Nghe Island) looming in the sea.

    Tra Co- The Beach Owning the Highest Number of Tourist Sites

    The ancient and magnificent Tra Co church, an attractive destination in Tra Co

    Like many other major resorts, Tra Co is now being invested to become a luxurious resort with high quality tourism service. Tra Co has been becoming an indispensable destination for travelers in each time visiting Quang Ninh, visiting the city located on the northeast border of the country.

    Moving

    Tra Co is located in the northeast of Quang Ninh province, about 8-9 km from Mong Cai district and Mong Cai border gate. People who live here are mostly migrants from Do Son coming to live and do business.

    If you travel from Hanoi by private car, you can go along the highway No. 18, Hanoi – Hon Gai, turn to highway 4 in Tien Yen to go to Mong Cai town. From here, you can move to Tra Co beach. The path from Mong Cai to Tra Co quite spacious and safe.

    If you go by passenger car, you should choose Hanoi – Mong Cai car, it takes you about 5 hours and cost from 120,000 VND/ sear or 150,000 VND/ berth. These cars are available at Giap Bat, My Dinh, Luong Yen stations. A travel experience when coming to Tra Co by this way is that you should book the night car since it will save you time.

    If you start at Hai Phong or Bai Chay, you can travel by hydrofoil. The Hydrofoil goes smoothly, so you will not feel seasick. Each day there are two trips from Tra Co returning Bai Chay and from Hai Phong going to Tra in the morning and in the afternoon.

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    BEFORE YOU GO

    Vietnam is an easy country to travel in. Transportation is inexpensive, the food is great, and the people are extremely friendly and willing to help with anything you need. Regardless, the more prepared you are for your trip, the more you’ll enjoy it and the more you’ll get out of it.

    Reading up on a destination before you go will make your trip much more rewarding. You’ll find excellent recommendations on travel guides, biographies, cooking. and history books in our Vietnam Books section. If you’re not yet sure how to make the best use of your time in Vietnam, check out our suggested travel itineraries on our Vietnam Tours page.

    If you want to make sure you don’t miss out on the best foods in Vietnam, be sure to read our special feature on Vietnamese Food. It not only covers information on Vietnamese cooking and ingredients in general, but also the top foods to try. On the subject of delicious food. Vietnamese coffee is an absolute must. Once you try it you’ll be sure to want it again at home. Check out our special feature on How to Make Vietnamese Coffee .

    Don’t know how to get a visa for Vietnam. We’ve got the application and mailing address on our Vietnam Visa page. And if you’d like to know more about Vietnamese culture or the weather in specific destinations, we’ve got you covered! Sit back, check out our pictures and videos. and catch the travel bug !





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    Call Us: +84 (0) 984 999 386

    South East Asia Travel Specialists!

    We’re proud to stake our claim as the true specialists. Vietnam. Laos. Cambodia and Thailand are our focus and expertise so we stick with it! We’ve made a bigger commitment to Indochina than any other small group travel company by also basing our main offices within the regions.

    Our offices and preferred partners across our entire destinations offer professional, highly experienced western and local staff, enabling us to understand your needs as a traveler from a western and local perspective. Our bases in Indochina also allow us to offer the best combination of value, experience and timely on the ground support. More information .

    Our Tours

    We cater for any form of travel! Our journeys offer you many amazing opportunities to interact with the locals and to gain an insight into their daily life. Instead of just visiting sites and leaving with only photos, you will take away an insight into the extraordinary cultures and histories of the destinations we visit and some amazing memories and experiences along the way.

    Package Tours – For those wishing to travel solo, as couples/families/friends or those who enjoy meeting new found friends from all over the world. Choose a tour, tweak a tour or build your own. More information .

    Day trips and Excursions – Great for independent travellers, we have a number of single and multi-day tours designed to keep you busy all over Indochina. More information .

    Our Travellers

    As a traveler with Indochina Travelland, we guarantee your expectations are met and you come away with the most memorable and captivating holiday. We provide you with pre departure and during tour information and focus on your interests to ensure you gain the utmost out of your journey with us.

    Our group journeys are a fascinating way to meet new friends and enjoy your experiences with others. Our travelers come from all over the world, bringing with them a wide variety of interests and backgrounds.

    Let us know how we can help by either emailing your request, utelise our live online chat or request for us to call you at a time of convenience for you.

    No Hassle

    We take all that stress and hassle out of your travel. No matter where you re going or what you d like to do, we will arrange it all. All you have to do and think about your entire holiday is getting yourself from your home to the airport! Leave the rest to us……

    Whether you are from Australia, New Zealand, USA, England, Hong Kong, Europe, Malaysia or anywhere around the world, we can help you choose or customize a package anywhere in Indochina to ensure your holiday is exactly what you want!

    All this coupled with magical experiences, in depth and diverse tour itineraries, individual customer care and support, with fantastic value for money, what else could be better!

    Supporting Those in Need

    Indochina Travelland supports individuals, families and villages to the less fortunate within the regions of our destinations. In addition, we support a number of organizations which are dedicated to the improvement of education, health and living standards.

    Our tours are also distinctive as we believe in visiting areas in need. Weather it be a local village, not on a tourist route to local schools, orphanages or eating at organizations helping disadvantaged youth, just to name a few where a little money spent can go along way. More information .





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    Vietnam Tours

    This incredible country has developed from the back packer’s best kept secret to a 21st century dream destination; still offering all the appeal and charm of old Asia alongside an efficient infrastructure and modern luxury. Discover Vietnam’s spectacular beauty; 2000km of beautiful coastline, lush national parks, tribal villages, fascinating French-colonial influenced heritage and of course, its friendly people! Vietnam is home to some of Asia’s most breathtaking natural landscape alongside fast-paced cities.

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    Complete Vietnam Tour

    Visit the beautiful capital city of Hanoi; Vietnam’s second largest city. Wonderfully chaotic; see the French-colonial buildings, sample delicious street food and visit the historic One Pillar Pagoda (over 1000 years old) Hanoi is the gateway to Vietnams gorgeous northern mountain regions. Amidst lush rice paddy fields dotted with workers and their classic conical hats and misty hillsides; Sapa, accessible by road or by train and Ha Giang are home to traditional hill tribes who still observe traditional ways of life.

    In the north-east, UNESCO protected Halong Bay is everything you would imagine Vietnam to be and more, with characteristic scenes of traditional junks sailing past stunning craggy limestone outcrops jutting out of the emerald green waters. Watch Vietnam’s history unravel before your eyes in Hue, Central Vietnam. Here you will find a wealth of cultural attractions, lots bearing the scars of the American War. Ancient ruins such as mausoleums and pagodas reside along the spiritual Perfume River.

    Hoi An is the jewel in Vietnam’s crown. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, due to its ancient streets with Japanese, Chinese and European influenced architecture. Enjoy the delicious cuisine and visit the superb tailors! It has an atmospheric marketplace and the silk lanterns that light the streets at night is a charming sight.

    Vietnam’s fabulous palm tree lined beaches stretch from Nha Trang down to Phan Thiet & Mui Ne, which is a delightful fishing port and is renowned for excellent seafood.

    Explore the bustling metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) an economic hotspot yet still with colonial charm. Set in one of Vietnam’s most stunning Marine National Parks, beautiful Con Dao boasts pristine beaches, jungle and spectacular wildlife. A boat trip in the Mekong Delta region is not to be missed on a holiday in Vietnam and is home to the characteristic floating markets and traditional local life on the water.





    18/05/2017

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    Indochina Tours, Indochina Travel – Vietnam Cambodia Thailand Tours, Myanmar Laos

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    Indochina Tour

    9 Days Vietnam Highlights Tour Destinations: Saigon – Hoi An – Hue – Hanoi – Halong Bay The tour shows you around all the highlights of Vietnam full of vigor, antique, elegance and leisure that make it different in the world, casting a spell on many tourists with its uniques glamor.

    Sketch your detailed Vietnam from historical sites, distinctive architectures, unspoiled beaches, boat adventures, primitive village life, unique culture and customs…

    9 Days Vietnam Highlights Tour Destinations: Saigon – Hoi An – Hue – Hanoi – Halong Bay The tour shows you around all the highlights of Vietnam full of vigor, antique, elegance and leisure that make it different in the world, casting a spell on many tourists with its uniques glamor.

    Sketch your detailed Vietnam from historical sites, distinctive architectures, unspoiled beaches, boat adventures, primitive village life, unique culture and customs…

    9 Days Vietnam Highlights Tour Destinations: Saigon – Hoi An – Hue – Hanoi – Halong Bay The tour shows you around all the highlights of Vietnam full of vigor, antique, elegance and leisure that make it different in the world, casting a spell on many tourists with its uniques glamor.

    Sketch your detailed Vietnam from historical sites, distinctive architectures, unspoiled beaches, boat adventures, primitive village life, unique culture and customs…

    9 Days Vietnam Highlights Tour Destinations: Saigon – Hoi An – Hue – Hanoi – Halong Bay The tour shows you around all the highlights of Vietnam full of vigor, antique, elegance and leisure that make it different in the world, casting a spell on many tourists with its uniques glamor.

    Sketch your detailed Vietnam from historical sites, distinctive architectures, unspoiled beaches, boat adventures, primitive village life, unique culture and customs…





    12/05/2017

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    Thailand Tours, Ecorted Tour, Thailand Vacation Packages, Vietnam. #car #rentals #cheap

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    Thailand Tours – Escorted Travel

    Escorted tours of Thailand feature a professional English-speaking tour manager to handle all of your needs. Maximize comfort and value, while taking advantage of the camaraderie that comes with traveling as a group.

    Air & Land: $1169* Land Only: $549 4 Bangkok, 2 Kanchanaburi, 1 Ayutthaya Tour Type: Escorted Season: Aug ’15 – May ’16

      13 Day Classic Thailand
      Air & Land: $1619* Land Only: $999 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai Tour Type: Escorted Season: Aug ’15 – May ’16
      13 Day Classic Thailand (Friday Departure)
      Air & Land: $1669* Land Only: $999 4 Bangkok, 3 Chiang Mai, 2 Chiang Rai, 1 Sukhothai, 1 Ayutthaya Tour Type: Escorted Season: Oct ’15 – Mar ’16
      15 Day Classic Thailand with Angkor Wat
      Air & Land: $2469* Land Only: $1849 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai, 2 Siem Reap Tour Type: Escorted Season: Aug ’15 – May ’16
      15 Day Kaleidoscope of Thailand with River Kwai
      Air & Land: $1719* Land Only: $1099 4 Bangkok, 2 Kanchanaburi, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai Tour Type: Escorted Season: Aug ’15 – May ’16
      16 Day Classic Thailand with Phuket
      Air & Land: $2219* Land Only: $1599 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai, 3 Phuket Tour Type: Escorted Season: Aug ’15 – May ’16
      16 Day Gems of Southeast Asia
      Air & Land: $3799* Land Only: $2899 2 Phnom Penh, 2 Siem Reap, 3 Bangkok, 2 Luang Prabang, 4 Hanoi, 1 Halong Bay Tour Type: Small Group Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      17 Day Bangkok, Cambodia & Vietnam
      Air & Land: $2799* Land Only: $1999 3 Bangkok, 2 Siem Reap, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Jul ’15 – May ’16
      18 Day Classic Thailand with Laos & Angkor Wat
      Air & Land: $3049* Land Only: $2399 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai, 2 Luang Prabang, 3 Siem Reap Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      19 Day Central Thailand & Vietnam
      Air & Land: $2509* Land Only: $1769 4 Bangkok, 2 Kanchanaburi, 1 Ayutthaya, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      23 Day Vietnam & Thailand
      Air & Land: $2869* Land Only: $2199 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi, 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      27 Day Thailand, Laos, Cambodia & Vietnam

      Air & Land: $4219* Land Only: $3299 3 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai, 2 Luang Prabang, 3 Siem Reap, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – Mar ’16

    Vietnam Tours – Escorted Travel

    Escorted tours of Vietnam feature a professional English-speaking tour manager to handle all of your needs. Maximize comfort and value, while taking advantage of the camaraderie that comes with traveling as a group.

    Air & Land: $1689* Land Only: $899 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Jul ’15 – May ’16

      15 Day Cambodia & Vietnam
      Air & Land: $2359* Land Only: $1649 1 Phnom Penh, 2 Siem Reap, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      16 Day Gems of Southeast Asia
      Air & Land: $3799* Land Only: $2899 2 Phnom Penh, 2 Siem Reap, 3 Bangkok, 2 Luang Prabang, 4 Hanoi, 1 Halong Bay Tour Type: Small Group Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      17 Day Bangkok, Cambodia & Vietnam (Saturday Departure)
      Air & Land: $2799* Land Only: $1999 3 Bangkok, 2 Siem Reap, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Jul ’15 – May ’16
      19 Day Central Thailand & Vietnam
      Air & Land: $2509* Land Only: $1769 4 Bangkok, 2 Kanchanaburi, 1 Ayutthaya, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      23 Day Vietnam & Thailand
      Air & Land: $2869* Land Only: $2199 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi, 4 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – May ’16
      27 Day Thailand, Laos, Cambodia & Vietnam (Monday Departure)

      Air & Land: $4219* Land Only: $3299 3 Bangkok, 1 Ayutthaya, 1 Sukhothai, 2 Chiang Rai, 3 Chiang Mai, 2 Luang Prabang, 3 Siem Reap, 2 Ho Chi Minh, 2 Hoi An, 2 Hue, 1 Halong Bay, 3 Hanoi Tour Type: Escorted Season: Sep ’15 – Mar ’16

    Southeast Asia River Cruises





    14/04/2017

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    Travel advice and advisories for Vietnam #cheapest #airfare #tickets

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    Vietnam Register Travel insurance Destinations

    Last updated: November 6, 2015 12:32 ET Still valid: December 1, 2015 04:56 ET Latest updates: An editorial change was made.

    Advisories

    Advisories

    Vietnam – Exercise a high degree of caution

    There is no nationwide advisory in effect for Vietnam. However, you should exercise a high degree of caution due to increasing petty crime targeting foreigners.

    Security

    Security

    The decision to travel is your responsibility. You are also responsible for your personal safety abroad. The purpose of this Travel Advice is to provide up-to-date information to enable you to make well-informed decisions.

    Crime

    Petty crime against tourists is increasing, particularly in the larger cities. Although violent crimes such as armed robbery are still relatively rare in Vietnam, perpetrators have grown increasingly bold. Knives and razors have been used in attempted robberies in Ho Chi Minh City. Motorcyclists grab bags and other valuables from pedestrians and from passengers or drivers on motorbikes; this often results in injury to the victim. Hotels and tourist areas are more likely to be targeted by criminals. Thefts also occur on crowded buses and trains and in shopping centres and markets. Bag slashing is a frequent occurrence in crowded streets and markets. Avoid showing signs of affluence and ensure that your personal belongings and passports and other travel documents are secure at all times.

    When leaving the airport, you should only use authorized airport taxis or hotel transportation. Authorized taxi companies usually have operators posted at airports who are responsible for monitoring taxi services. These companies publish the taxi driver s name and vehicle number on a card that should be affixed to the windshield (in front of the driver s seat). Individuals posing as taxi drivers have targeted foreign visitors at Hanoi airport and robbed them by forcing them to withdraw money from automatic banking machines. Travellers have also been robbed by drivers who greeted them upon arrival with a placard showing their name. If you are expecting to be picked up, ask for your driver s name, phone number and licence plate number before you travel. Be familiar with your hotel s address and neighbouring landmarks because taxi drivers have taken unaware visitors to the wrong establishment, in order to receive a commission. Never share a taxi with a stranger.

    Threats of physical injury related to personal disputes occasionally occur. If you are in this position, contact the local police and the closest Canadian government office immediately.

    Credit card fraud

    Both tourists and expatriates have been targeted by credit card forgery crime. Avoid using your credit card in smaller establishments, and pay careful attention when others are handling your card. Consider obtaining a second card, with a low credit limit, for use during your stay in Asia.

    Scams

    Tourists have been victims of gambling scams in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (particularly in the Pham Ngu Lao neighbourhood). This scam usually starts with a friendly invitation to someone s home to meet a relative interested in visiting or studying in Canada. While the visitor is waiting for this individual, a casual game of cards will begin. Even though they started with only a small wager, victims have reported losing thousands of dollars over the course of an evening.

    Demonstrations

    Public demonstrations are generally not tolerated in Vietnam and can carry heavy penalties, including lengthy jail sentences. Avoid demonstrations and follow the advice of local authorities.

    Transportation

    Traffic accidents occur frequently, often causing death or serious injury. Motorcycle riders and pedestrians are common victims. Driving standards are poor, vehicles and roads are often badly maintained, and roads in major cities are congested. Rain can flood potholes and roads, especially those in the north, can become impassable during the rainy season. Travelling after dark is dangerous.

    Driving without a Vietnamese driver s licence is illegal. If you are involved in a traffic accident, you may face criminal charges and have to pay compensation if someone is injured. You may be prohibited from leaving the country before paying this compensation. Hiring a car and driver for personal transportation is strongly recommended. Rent a motorcycle only if you are accustomed to local driving standards and be aware that insurance is not included with these rentals. Motorcycle taxis (known as xe oms ) are unsafe and should be avoided.

    Bus accidents are not uncommon. A number of fatal boat accidents have occurred in past years, some in Halong Bay. Ensure that your tour operator follows up-to-date safety regulations.

    Keep ticket stubs at all times when travelling by train, as they are required when exiting the train station. Passengers without a ticket stub will be required to pay the fare again.

    Air travel

    The Government of Canada does not assess foreign domestic airlines compliance with international aviation safety standards. See Foreign domestic airlines for more information.

    Piracy

    Pirate attacks occur in coastal waters and, in some cases, further out at sea. Mariners should take appropriate precautions. For additional information, consult the Live Piracy Armed Robbery Report. published by the International Maritime Bureau.

    General safety information

    Travel near military facilities in some parts of the central highlands and in some border areas is restricted.

    Unexploded landmines are a hazard in some rural areas of central Vietnam.

    Improper farming and production practices, as well as overall poor hygiene in food preparation, make food safety a concern. Exercise a high degree of caution, particularly when consuming street food and beverages containing ice cubes. Avoid drinking non-bottled water.

    Never leave your food or drink unattended or in the care of strangers. Be wary of accepting snacks, beverages, gum or cigarettes from new acquaintances, as they may contain drugs that could put you at risk of sexual assault and robbery. Do not purchase liquor from street vendors, as the quality cannot be assured.

    Hotel rooms and electronic communications may be monitored. Hotel staff require your passport in order to register it with local authorities. The staff may insist on keeping your passport until your departure, but there is no legal reason for them to do so. You may request the return of your passport once it has been registered.

    Emergency services

    Dial 113 to reach police, 114 for firefighters and 115 for ambulance.

    Entry/exit requirements

    Entry/exit requirements

    It is the sole prerogative of every country or territory to determine who is allowed to enter or exit. Canadian consular officials cannot intervene on your behalf if you do not meet entry or exit requirements. The following information has been obtained from the Vietnamese authorities and is subject to change at any time. The country- or territory-specific entry/exit requirements are provided on this page for information purposes only. While every effort is made to provide accurate information, information contained here is provided on an “as is” basis without warranty of any kind, express or implied. The Government of Canada assumes no responsibility, and shall not be liable for any damages in connection to the information provided. It is your responsibility to check with the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for up-to-date information.

    Official (special and diplomatic) passport holders must consult the Official Travel page, as they may be subject to different entry requirements.

    Passport

    Canadians must present a passport to visit Vietnam, which must be valid for at least one month beyond the expiry date of their visa. Before you leave, ask your transportation company about its requirements related to passport validity, which may be more stringent than the country s entry rules.

    Visas

    Canadians must be in possession of a visa to enter Vietnam. Visas should be obtained prior to arrival. Extensions can be obtained from the Vietnam Immigration Department in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City or, for a fee, from some local travel agencies and tour companies.

    A visa may be issued on arrival in emergency situations. Contact the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for more information.

    Vietnamese visas in expired Canadian passports are no longer valid. The visa needs to be transferred to the new passport.

    Tourist visa: Required

    Business visa: Required

    Student visa: Required

    Registration

    Travellers must register with the local police upon arrival, even if staying with relatives. Hotel guests are automatically registered.

    Health screening

    Travellers entering the country are subject to a body temperature check and, in some cases, may be quarantined for medical observation if they show flu-like symptoms.





    13/04/2017

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    Vietnam: Adventure Travel in Vietnam #travel #india

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    Vietnam: Adventure Travel in Vietnam

    It seems that every article you read about Vietnam is saying the same thing – now is the time to do it. Believe them, they know what they are talking about these journalists – the entire country is buzzing with optimism and if you want to experience the pleasure of travelling through a country whilst it is at its peak, then your search is over.

    Many visitors are overwhelmed by the sublime beauty of the country’s natural setting; the stunning hills, mountains and valleys to be explored in the north; the Mekong Delta in the south and the many hundreds of miles of deserted beaches that lie in-between. The majority of adventure tour itineraries allow you to travel the length of the country ensuring you get to enjoy all the amazing beaches, the patchwork of rice paddies to be seen mile after mile in all directions, and to enjoy the abundance of fresh seafood that plays such an important part in the popularity of Vietnamese cuisine – you think it tastes good back home, just wait until you taste the real thing!

    Throughout Vietnam there are a multitude of outdoor adventure activities to get involved in. You can cycle the length of the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail, the name given to the many supply routes and trails used by the Viet Cong to deliver arms and supplies to the their troops fighting in the south.

    There is rock climbing, kayaking and some outstanding trekking to be enjoyed in the central highlands and in the north of the country around well known locations such as the former colonial hill station of Dalat in the highlands and the outpost of Sapa in the countries far north. Participating in an adventure tour will allow you access to all these activities, give you the opportunity visit and stay in hill tribe villages whilst also including some of the must see attractions and cities to be found throughout the country.

    Hanoi is the finest city in Asia right now; it’s THE place to spend a few days. The place is simply bubbling over as the country starts to realize its commercial and tourist potential. Further south there is the former Imperial capital of Hue and the quaint town of Hoi An, both are worth a few days of any traveller’s time.

    Vietnam is almost all coastline so, as you’d expect, there are one or two nice beaches to be enjoyed, the better of which are generally further south at destinations such as Phan Thiet, Mui Ne and Nha Trang.  In the north there is the rather special Halong Bay, with over 2000 limestone karsts thrusting out of the turquoise waters – a great location to enjoy some kayaking and to explore some caving.

    In the far south of the country there is Ho Chi Minh City, often known as Saigon. Here you will find much evidence of the American occupation during the 60’s and 70’s. Further south still you enter the Mekong Delta and it’s many waterways, here you can explore the point where the mighty Mekong River, originating in China, finally reaches its destination after weaving its way through seven countries.





    10/04/2017

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    Discover Hoi An – Da Nang

    The tourists can spend money on Hoi An ancient town. A lot of things and foods you can buy as a gift for friends and family. Hoi An has number of places running all kinds of trips such as the museu.

    Discover Mekong Delta

    Vietnam’s ‘rice basket’, the Mekong Delta is a watery landscape of green fields and sleepy villages, everywhere crisscrossed by the brown canals and rivulets fed by the mighty Mekong River

    Ha Long Bay

    Legend said that Halong Bay is the place “where the dragon descends into the sea”. It houses a great diversity of ecosystems including coral reefs, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forest, small.

    Mekong Delta

    The Mekong Delta is the region in southern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea. It is a very rich and lush area, covered with rice fields, that produces about half of.

    Nha Trang Beach Tours

    Nha Trang is Vietnam’s most popular seaside resort town located along the second most beautiful bays in the country. It features beautiful beaches with fine and clean sand and clear ocean water wit.

    Ho Chi Minh – Cu Chi Tunnels





    10/04/2017

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