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Aug 29, 2011

Vietnam the Hidden Charm: Vietnam Travel Guide

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One mention of Vietnam immediately gives someone an image of war. But the Vietnam War, which lasted for more than a decade, is probably one of the reasons why Vietnam has now emerged as one of the top tourist destinations in Asia. Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. The country's rich culture, history and breath taking landscapes draw tourists from all over the world to Hanoi and Saigon (top two destinations in Vietnam) all year round.

Vietnamese are generally warm and friendly people. Majority of the locals speak Vietnamese, Chinese and English. Vietnam's currency is Vietnamese Dong. VND10,000 is roughly equivalent to Php22.00.

The 4 days and 3 nights travel guide below is a suggested itinerary for people who wish to enjoy Vietnam, specifically Saigon, at its best. There are lots of interesting places to see in Vietnam that 20 days is probably the advisable number of days to fully experience Vietnam, The Hidden Charm.


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25 comments:

Monique said...

hi! where did you book the mekong delta tour? i checked delta tour and the quote was $25/person. thank you!

Toni said...

Hi, our tour operator is Delta Adventure Tour Co. Same with our Cuchi Tunnel half day tour. Bich Duyen arranged the tours for us. ^_^

tina said...

wow! This is very useful! Thanks for the tips :)

Toni said...

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Thanks Tina...^_^

ail33n said...

nicely written and very informative! :)

Toni said...

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thanks!!! ^_^

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Thanks too! =)

jake said...

what is the best month to travel in vietnam? thank u

Toni said...

Hi Jake,

Best time is summer, just like in the Philippines. Although it was August when we went there and the weather's still fine. It actually depends. By the way, Hanoi is more rainy than Saigon or Ho Chi Mihn

Ngo Minh Duc said...

Enjoy pho in Vietnam is a wonderful thing when you visit this country.
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John Bùi said...
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Kreng Gonzaga said...

Good read on Vietnam Trip! Thank you for this! Very informative and helpful! :)

Toni said...

Thanks, Kreng! =)

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A Travel Mate said...

What a great post – thanks for sharing! We’re planning a Mekong Delta trip next for 2017, and have bookmarked this post for future reference. 🙂

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Nguyen Mikel said...

Thansk for your posting!
Vietnam car rental with English speaking driver can be a hassle-free task with Trust Car Rental Company. This company offers hot deals throughout the year to attract maximum travellers for a safe and convenient journey to the many attractions in Vietnam. Business travellers will get a variety of cars to choose from depending on their budget. The drivers working with Trust car rental are friendly, knowledgeable of all routes and roads, and true professionals. Trust car rental also has Chinese speaking drivers for Chinese travellers.
Cars can be rented to travel to Ho Chi Minh, from Ho Chi Minh to Ke Ga, from Sai Gon to Mui Ne, from Ho Chi Minh to Da Lat, from Ha Noi to Ha Long Bay, and to other popular places and industrial areas.

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