Vietnam Tourism

Public transportation is a good option for foreigners in Vietnam. As the traffic and road conditions in Vietnam may be quite different from those back home, many tourists find it more convenient to use local transport. In general, it is easy to get around Vietnam. In larger cities, including the capital Hanoi, the transport offering […]

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Da Nang is a major city in Vietnam and the fifth-largest in terms of population. Da Nang sits on the east coast and is a transition place between the north and south of the country. Notably, Da Nang is at the mouth of the Han River, some of its most interesting tourist sites are the […]

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Vietnamese food is considered to be one of the healthiest national cuisines in the world. Balanced in flavor and ingredients, dishes like pho and bun cha are growing in popularity around the globe. A highlight of visiting Vietnam is being able to sample some authentic, traditional dishes at restaurants in Hanoi, cafés in Hoi An, […]

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Although it was initially expected to go ahead as planned on April 5th, 2020, the much anticipated Vietnamese Formula One Grand Prix has now been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic With the first-ever Vietnamese Formula 1 Grand Prix was due to first take place on April 2020 in Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital city. Given that […]

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How many public holidays are there in Vietnam? Overall, there are 10 public holidays in Vietnam each year. The government decided to increase the number from 8 in 2007 by adding the Hung King Commemoration, taking the amount very close to the global average of 11. Vietnamese public holidays are fantastic times to celebrate and […]

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The city of Da Lat is one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations. Many foreigners who applied for a visa for Vietnam decide to include Da Lat in their itinerary because of its romantic and charming atmosphere, heritage colonial architecture and natural beauty (think mountains, a lake, and waterfalls). However, towards the end of the […]

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Up until recently thousands of tourists flocked to visit Hanoi’s Train Street every year. The unique sight of Vietnamese trains running through a narrow street was a favorite for social media influencers and photographers alike. However, as of October 12th 2019 local authorities have started restricting access to the street citing safety fears. To explore […]

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Nature lovers and cultural tourists alike will find that Vietnam has a lot to offer. Foreigners are traveling to Vietnam in increasingly greater numbers for its natural beauty, cultural significance, and Vietnamese fine cuisine. In order to support tourism and strengthen border control, the Vietnamese government introduced a new electronic visa system for Vietnam that […]

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Vietnam has an incredible amount to offer as a family holiday destination. It’s fun, full of adventure, and offers stunning scenery. It’s also a very affordable place for a holiday, normally the main expense is getting there. However, it is essential to do your homework before setting off. Overall, the facilities are not very child-friendly […]

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