Travel to Vietnam

Senior members of society are shown great respect in Vietnamese culture. Family is prioritized above all else in Vietnam and elderly members are taken care of by their children and grandchildren. Such care and consideration for the elderly makes Vietnam the natural destination for many senior travelers. Provided visitors take the necessary precautions and plan […]

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To obtain a Vietnam eVisa, it is important to have certain plans and arrangements already in place. This is because to successfully complete the eVisa application, visitors are required to provide some specific details about their trip. Whilst travelers are encouraged to request the permit well in advance, doing so before organizing a few key […]

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As the world responds to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Vietnam has taken positive steps to help control the spread of the disease. Vietnam has seen far fewer cases than other Asian countries, largely thanks to the swift action taken. Foreign nationals should,  be aware of travel restrictions that have been implemented in recent weeks. […]

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Widely regarded as one of the least expensive Asian destinations, Vietnam is a popular choice amongst tourists seeking an affordable yet enriching trip. Accommodation in Vietnam is generally inexpensive, even quality hotels in the largest cities can be found for a fraction of what travelers would pay back home. From hostels and homestays to luxurious […]

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Hội An is one of the lesser-known gems of Vietnam. Its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the sight of its many lanterns reflected in the Thu Bồn River makes for the perfect postcard image. With no airport or railway station, however, many people may wonder how to travel to Hội An. […]

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The ideal time to visit Vietnam depends largely on your preferences and interests. There are wonderful events year-round as well as breathtaking sights to see for nature lovers and cultural enthusiasts alike. Currently, travelers from a number of nationalities are permitted visa-free entry to Vietnam. International visitors from other countries may apply for a traditional […]

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Having your own vehicle means greater flexibility — not worrying about getting up early to catch the plane, no waiting in long queues at the bus station, no overcrowded train carriages, just the freedom to move wherever, whenever. Yet before renting a car and starting to drive in Vietnam, you may be wondering about the […]

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