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If you’re stopping over in Dubai, we recommend stopping over for a couple of days if it works for you. We love it. We leave you in the link everything to do there, so that you value it… (in cases like these is when my mother says, “go on, don’t mess around”…)

If you are going to stay a maximum of 30 days, and you are not going to leave and re-enter the country, the electronic visa (eVisa) is the best option. The Vietnamese government has an online platform to complete the eVisa procedures.

We always remember the importance of always traveling with a good international travel insurance, we tell you from experience, we have had to use it on several occasions. It can save you from a lot of trouble, not only in terms of health but also financially. The one we always use is IATI.

Try to make your visit to Hanoi coincide with the weekend, which is when there is more life in the streets and in the lake area. You can find street shows and people dancing everywhere. You will see how cool it is.

Traveling in Vietnam

Those of you who follow us know that we are addicted to traveling in Asia, and that we have recently traveled to Indonesia, Laos and Malaysia, in addition to having visited China, Japan, Singapore and Thailand, so we were a little expectant about what we would find when traveling in Vietnam.

The normal way to visit Vietnam is to arrive to the country either by its capital, Hanoi, located in the north of the country, or by Ho Chi Minh, the old Saigon, which is in the south, so almost any route through Vietnam will be from north to south, or vice versa.

To enter Vietnam you need a visa, if you are going to stay more than 15 days. We processed the eVisa, an online visa that is very convenient, fast and the cheapest, so we recommend it, take a look at our article on How to process the e Visa Vietnam.

The Vietnamese government is starting to lift access restrictions from November 2021. In addition, since mid-March, they have announced a relaxation of the measures, even resuming the Visa Waiver if you travel less than 15 days and resuming the processing of electronic visas.

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It is one of the most popular ways to travel among visitors and one of the most economical. There are many routes arranged throughout the country, both short and long distance, allowing you to reach almost any point in Vietnam.

Trains are a bit more expensive than buses, but faster and more comfortable to travel. Vietnam has a system of train tracks that connects the North to the South of the country, so it is also easy to get around. Each train has different classes, of course each with its price, and you can also choose night trains to do the night section.

It consists of a tricycle-taxi. It is slower than a motorcycle cab but it is a good experience to go around the city. In this case we also recommend negotiating the price before getting on, you will probably have to bargain.

Travel vietnam, cambodia and thailand el corte inglés

A Vietnam post that covers them all. There are as many trips as there are travelers and as many levels of organization as there are people. As you know, I am one of those who looks little and flows a lot, but I also like to gather good information about the destinations I visit to help my readers. And that’s the goal of this article with tips for traveling to the Vietnamese country.

To make this publication of the Vietnamese guide as complete as possible about this destination I wanted to get close to Alberto Gallego, responsible for the blog About Vietnam. He is a great connoisseur of this country and will give us first-hand information. So I’ll leave you with him, although I’m going to be close by.

Its capital is Hanoi, one of the best preserved jewels of the whole Asian continent, while Ho Chi Minh City is the other big city of the country. But its attractions go far beyond that. Cities like the imperial Hue or the beautiful Hoi An; natural attractions such as the Mekong Delta, Halong Bay or Sapa and islands like Phu Quoc or Cat Ba make up a country of infinite attractions. Here is a post with everything you can see in Vietnam.

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