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Food, Places and Hotels in VietnamGoing to Vietnam (Viet Nam)

First things first. When traveling in Vietnam a very useful bit of technology to have is your SmartPhone connected to a local Vietnam Network such as VinaPhone. The SIM card cost no more then a few dollars and you are connected for a month to the internet. They are helpful, no setup cost, 4G is countrywide. Now you are ready to find your way, share photos, Google Maps, emails..

Food Places Hotels in Vietnam

In this New Age of travel. Its important you are informed when on the go in Vietnam. Great food, best places to visit and a range of  hotels in Vietnam right at your finger tips. When in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) or in Ha Noi spend fifteen minutes at the post office or local phone retailers and you are connected country wide coverage. This is if you did not get a Vietnam SIM at the air port on arrival. Go enjoy! Food Places Hotels in Vietnam!



Hotels in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City HCMC Central Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City and Neighborhood
Ba Ria Vung Tau
Dong Nai
Binh Duong
Binh Phuoc
Tay Ninh
Thua Thien Hue
Da Nang
Quang Nam

Hotels accommodation in Vietnam Ha Noi

Ha Noi Mekong Delta Popular Cities in Vietnam
Ha Noi
Ha Nam
Nam Dinh
Thai Binh
Ninh Binh
Bac Ninh
Bac Giang
Vinh Phuc
Phu Tho
Hai Duong
Hung YenNorth East Coast
Hai Phong
Quang Ninh
Long An
Tien Giang
Ben Tre
Dong Thap
Vinh Long
Can Tho
Hau Giang
Tra Vinh
Soc Trang
An Giang
Kien Giang
Bac Lieu
Ca Mau
Central Highlands
Lam Dong
Kon Tum
Gia Lai
Dak Lak
Dak NongFar North East
Cao Bang
Bac Kan
Lang Son
Thai Nguyen
Ha Giang
Tuyen Quang

10 Best Places to Visit in Vietnam

Located on the Eastern part of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S”. China borders it to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, the East Sea to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the west and south. 10 Best Places to Visit in Vietnam


Vietnam is a long-stretching, beautiful, historically and culturally rich and amazing country. Vietnam is a friendly and safe place to travel. With a little common sense, your trip should be smooth and trouble free. Tourists usually complain about over-aggressive street vendors, tour operators with a bad attitude and dangerous driving. However, with a cool head and sensible planning, one can avoid these problems.


A few things that every person should know before they pack their bags and head to Vietnam:

DO’S in Vietnam

Vietnamese dress conservatively. Despite the heat, it’s best not to show off too much skin, especially girls, you’ll only draw stares from the locals. Read More

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DON’TS in Vietnam

Wear a lot of jewelry on you, loose awarenes of bag with you. Violent crime is highly unusual in Vietnam, but petty crime is more apparent. A hand bag, a digital camera or a gold chain around your neck and you could be a potential target when travelling. Read More

Great Food, Best Places and Luxury Hotels in Vietnam

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