Vietnam Travel Guides
As a hospitable country, Vietnam always welcomes everyone all over the world to come and enjoy the timeless charm here. Owning a diverse natural beauty as well as an enchanting culture, there are countless things to explore this beautiful S-shaped country. Here is the list of 9 musts for every bucket list once set off the trip to Vietnam:
Although Vietnam is well-known as a friendly and safe destination for travelers, you should see some do & avoid bellow to have a joyful and trouble-free journey in Vietnam.
Money used in most transactions in Vietnam is Dong, the country's official currency. Other currencies like US dollar, Euro, and Pound Sterling are accepted in major shops and restaurants in big cities-for example: Hanoi, Hue, Danang.
Tailor-made Ao dai: Tailors in Hanoi, Hoi An, Hue and Saigon are reputable for making Ao dai (both traditional and renovated ones) as well as styled clothes from silks. Within as short as two days, you will have your orders done.
Transportation in Vietnam is always a burning and disturbing problem. However, to some extents, it can be a joyful, exciting (and even thrilling) experience. Moreover, using local vehicles will save your money and reduce the cost of transfer. In fact, thanks to authorities' effort, transportation is getting more and more improved now.
The EmbassyPages for Vietnam list all foreign embassies and consulates in Vietnam and all Vietnamese embassies and consulates abroad.
Lying on the Indochina Peninsula, Vietnam shares the borders with three neighbor countries: China, Laos, and Cambodia. Also, it has a coastline of more than 3,000 kilometers long. Thus, it is very easy to access Vietnam through airway, waterway, and roadway.
Still, as a foreign tourist, you should learn about things to do and things to avoid for traveling in Vietnam in terms of customs, religious, social relationships, and so on.