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  • Travel tips Hanoi

    The warnings below may be unduly alarmist. The centre of Hanoi is remarkably tasteful and laid-back, and violent crime is almost unthinkable. By far your most serious risk or potential danger will be crossing any major road. Tourist-oriented hassle does exist, but is negligible compared to Yogyakarta, or even some areas of Bangkok (not to mention places like India or Egypt). Overall, be careful, but by no means let yourself be drawn away from this wonderfully stylish and safe city.

  • Ninh Binh

    Ninh Binh

    Ninh Binh is a province in Red river delta. It is far about 90 kilometers from Hanoi with convenient transportation system. Nature blesses this land many fascinating landscape, famous caves such as Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Trang An cave, Phat Diem cathedral, Van Long natural reserve, Kim Son...

  • Quick Facts and Taboos in Vietnam

    Quick Facts and Taboos

    Capital:           Hanoi

    Government:   Socialist Republic

    Currency:         Đồng (₫)

    Area total:       331,690km²

    Land:               325,360km²

    Water:             4,200km²

    Population:      90,549,390 (2011 est.)

    Language:      Vietnamese (official), minority languages

    Religion:        Buddhism (mainly Mahayana, with smaller numbers of Theravada), Taoism, Confucianism, Hoa Hao, Cao Dai, Christian (predominantly Roman Catholic, some Protestant), indigenous beliefs, Muslim

  • Travel Tips Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon)

    Following the fall of Saigon in 1975, Saigon was "officially" renamed Ho Chi Minh City. However the old Saigon name is still used by both Vietnamese and foreigners, especially when referring to the most central part of the city to which most tourists flock.

     

  • Travel Tips Da Nang

    Da Nang (Đà Nẵng) is Vietnam's third largest city, and is located on the Eastern Sea coast, midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and the largest city of Central Vietnam.

    The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue, making it a popular vacationing spot for those looking to explore the attractions of central Vietnam or soak up some rays while hanging out on the city's beaches.

     

  • 10 Reasons why travel with Vietnam Sense Travel

    1.)    Expert knowledge

    Vietnam covers a vast and diverse area and creating a holiday may be the hardest part of all. Our job is to make this as easy as possible and we can assist you as much or as little as you wish – our experts have a wide knowledge of everything on offer and are available at all times to help or advice. Your tailor made itinerary will be carefully created by staff who will have usually visited every area that features on your holiday and will often have stayed at or visited most of the hotels.

  • Vietnam Currency Exchange Rate

    US$1 dollar worth over 21,000 dong (April 2014)

    The national currency of Vietnam is the dong (đồng, VND), which is difficult to find or exchange outside Vietnam; change money on arrival and try to get rid of any leftovers before leaving the country. Continuing inflation and a series of devaluations continues to steadily push down the value of the dong, with US$1 dollar worth over 21,000 dong in April 2014. 

  • Weather in Vietnam

    The climate of Vietnam varies considerably from region to region. Although the entire country lies in the tropics and subtropics, local conditions vary from frosty winters in the far northern hills to year-round, subequatorial warmth in the Mekong Delta

  • 10 Best Places to Eat in Hanoi

    Hungry in Hanoi? Whether you’re looking for cheap eats at a street stall or to shell out for a ritzy dining experience, here’s a list of the 10 best places to grab a bite when you’re exploring Hanoi.

    Hanoi is a foodie’s paradise, so this is only a small taste of what’s available in the city. Try these out to start, and then go explore the streets and alleys to find your own new favorite. Happy eating!

  • Eat and Restaurants in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city)

    You're spoiled for choice in Saigon, which offers the country's largest variety of Vietnamese and international food. Bargains are getting harder to find, however, and restaurant prices have been rising at up to 30% per year due to a combination of higher food prices, rising wages, and soaring real estate costs. Land in the city centre now sells for around US$16,000 per square meter, so even a modest-sized restaurant sits on real estate worth more than US$1 million. Authentic local food at bargain prices is one of the glories of Vietnam, but it's getting harder to find in Saigon as the city becomes ever more upscale and cosmopolitan.

  • Eat and Restaurant in Hanoi

    Since the mid 90s, Vietnamese cuisine has grown in quality and variation, and is now very diverse and most delicious. Most famous remains 'Pho Ga' (chicken noodle soup) or 'Pho Bo'(Beef noodle soup). There are various dishes including chicken, beef, fish and seafood, and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of restaurants nowadays in Hanoi catering to everyone's taste. Hanoi street food become a cuisine culture of Hanoi.

  • Travel Tips in Sapa

    Located at 1500 meters (4921 feet) above sea level in Vietnam's remote northwest mountains, Sapa is famous for both its fine, rugged scenery and also its rich cultural diversity. Sapa is an incredibly picturesque town that lies in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range near the Chinese border in northwestern Vietnam, known as "the Tonkinese Alps". Sapa and its surrounding region is host to many hill tribes, as well as rice terraces, lush vegetation, and Fansipan, the highest peak in Vietnam. However, as a result of a recent surge in popularity Sapa has rapidly become a tourist hotspot where money is the new drug of choice. Don't be put off by the rush, your explorations of the surrounding countryside will be worth the trouble

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