The 10 Best Places to Live in Vietnam
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The 10 Best Places to Live in Vietnam.
Vietnam is one of the best places in Asia for expats to live abroad, and there are plenty of reasons as to why. For pennies on the dollar, you get a year-round tropical climate and access to modern comforts and conveniences. Here are the best cities in Vietnam for expats to live.
10. Ho Chi Minh City
8. Da Nang
7. Nha Trang
6. Hoi An
4. Ha Long City
3. Da Lat
2. Mui Ne
1. Phu Quoc
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The MOST BEAUTIFUL place in VIETNAM is CAO BANG.
Traveling Far North Vietnam continues with Cao Bang Province's majestic Ban Gioc Waterfalls and one of my favorite caves called Nguom Ngao. Leaving Meo Vac by private car and arriving six hours later to Cao Bang, we didn't have much time to spare. We dropped our bags off at the hotel and got another car to drive us three hours to the caves and the waterfalls which are minutes from each other. I have been dreaming of this moment for a long time. This was one of my most highly anticipated places left in Vietnam to visit. I was in awe at just how natural the cave was without anything too touristy or colorful. It felt like a real dark cave and not an amusement park. The waterfalls are actually used as a natural border with China. Chinese tourists can be seen just across the waterway. At the end of the night we wrapped things up with some northern pho.
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An Giang Province is located to the west of the Mekong Delta between the Tien and Hau rivers and shares a 100km border with Cambodia in the north - west. It also shares border with Dong Thap Province in the east, Cantho City in the south - east, and Kien Giang Province in the south - west.
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Mu Cang Chai - Top 10 popular places to visit in vietnam for backpackers
You're joining the video that recorded the backpacking journey of I and my friends in Mu Cang Chai. Mu Cang Chai is well-known among Vietnamese backpackers as one of the most popular and beautiful places to visit in Vietnam. If you want to create unforgettable memories when you travel to Vietnam, backpacking to Mu Cang Chai is definitely a good choice.
Enjoy the video and add Mu Cang Chai into the list things to do in Vietnam or destinations to visit in Vietnam if you find it's interesting. This place is near Sapa also.
Don't hesitate to ask me if you need any advice ^^.
TRA SU CAJUPUT FOREST - THE GREEN WONDERLAND IN AN GIANG, VIETNAM
Tra Su Cajuput Forest is located in Van Giao Commune, Tinh Bien District, An Giang Province, about over 20km from Chau Doc Town and 10km from the Cambodia border. It is a marvelous beauty of immense wetland, emerald-green duckweed carpet and dense cajuput forest.
Tra Su Forest stretches out a total area of 1,500 hectares, featured with a very rich ecological system. The flora includes over 140 species; among them, cajuputs cover almost all the area. The forest is the habitat for many colonies of water birds, bats and various others such as rare and endangered animals and reptile species.
The best time to visit the forest is from September to November, when the whole forest is floated in water. To exploring Tra Su Cajuput Forest, you have to take a boat or motorboat. It must be an awesome experience when sitting on the boat and go through enormous green duckweed covering the water’s surface with tall and huge cajuputs standing densely. You can also observe thousands white storks and other colorful species of birds flying above or perching on the branches. The bird’s twitters are the only sound in the forest.
The further you go, the more peaceful you can feel. It seems like you are lost in a green paradise with cool and fresh atmosphere. In that charming green, amazing yellow field of sesbania sesba flowers and pink ponds of lotus appear as picturesque scenery. Everything is incredibly nature.
After take a tour to explore the forest, you can come back to go to the watchtower to see the whole vast and boundless view of Tra Su Forest and watch closely the daily activities of birds and storks through fieldglasses. You can have a chance to enjoy amazing traditional foods of Southern Region.
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Vietnam (Việt Nam), officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Cộng hòa Xã hội Chủ nghĩa Việt Nam) is a long, thin country in Southeast Asia. Its neighbouring countries are China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west.
Once a lesser-known destination, Vietnam has become widely popular in recent years. With Hanoi consistently ranked among the world's top 10 destinations by TripAdvisor, one can now find European tourists as far as in Ha Giang, one of the most remote mountainous provinces.
See in Vietnam Trip
Simply walking to the nearest intersection and merely watching the driving antics is amazing. Keep watching and you may see TV's and fridges and other unlikely objects impossibly balanced and secured with string on the back of a motorcycle. Watch how other people and locals cross the road.
You will need to observe the traffic etiquette before you cross the road. Some suggest avoiding crossing when trucks and lorry's are around, as they are less agile than motorbikes.
If you happen to be around during to/from school hours, this is the best time to observe a glimpse of pushbikes, traditional clothing and ao dai mixing it with 'normal' traffic, even in the heaviest of torrential downpours. This is an example of the motivation of the school children!
As you travel about, you will find there are clusters of shops all selling similar goods - like 20 sewing machine shops together, then 30 hardware shops all together, 200 motorcycle repair shops in the same block. This makes for very competitive prices!
Be wary of watch shops selling original authentic fakes. Other fake watches are available but not as cheap as other surrounding countries. Pirated software is oddly very hard to find and not sold openly. However Movie DVD's of differing quality are widely available from US$1, although not all may have English on them. The local post office will strictly not allow them to be posted abroad.
Vietnam claims Health tourism is on the rise. Hygiene, infection control and proper sterilization is very important, as drug resistant 'bugs' are always a concern, anywhere.
Do in Vietnam Trip
Motorbiking is popular with locals and tourists alike. Given that motorbikes are the main mode of transport in Vietnam, they can give a particularly authentic view of travelling through the country.
Renting or buying a bike is possible in many cities. Also consider Motorbike adventure tours, which involve being guided on multi-day drives to remote regions of the country. Most tours include accommodation, petrol, helmets, drivers and entry tickets to local places of interest. Guides usually speak good English or French and offer customised tours if desired. Motorbike Sightseeing Tours are similar but have a more local range specific to one city or area and can focus on food, shopping or sightseeing.
As mentioned in the work section below, many travelers like to spend some time working with the local community as a volunteer. Most of these programs require the volunteer to pay fees which cover meals, accommodation and which also allow the local organisations to fund social programs. These fees can vary from a hundred dollars a week to several thousand so it is a good idea to research thoroughly.
Besides, there are lots of options to do in Vietnam:
First: Take a cruise trip to visit Halong Bay. You can spend 1 day of Hanoi - Halong Bay cruise - Hanoi, or 2 days with 1 night over on cruise, or 3 days with 2 nights over on cruise. The transfer by road from Hanoi to Halong Bay takes about 4 hours. You may select seat in coach bus, or private transfer. Also, you may choose joining cruise, or private charter. There are hundreds of cruises in Halong Bay with wide range of standard from budget to luxury.
Second: Take a trip to Sapa. There are two ways: Sapa by train, and Sapa by road. For Sapa by train, take overnight train from Hanoi to Lao Cai, you will arrive Sapa in early morning, then ideally spend 2 days in Sapa, and take overnight train back to Hanoi when you will reach Hanoi in early morning in the following day. Please note that there is not day train between Hanoi and Lao Cai. For Sapa by road, it takes about 4 hours to transfer between Hanoi and Sapa town.
Third: Take a cooking class. Vietnamese cuisine is diverse and tasty and one of the many highlights of a visit to the country. There are lots of cooking class options in Hanoi, in Hoi An, and in Ho Chi Minh. You may take half day or full day cooking class. However, please select the class with market-visit arrangement so that you can experience the local market.
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7 Must-Sees in PHU QUOC, Vietnam
#1 Ho Quoc Pagoda
#2 Sao Beach (Bai Sao)
#3 Vung Bao Beach (Bai Vung Bao)
#4 An Thoi Port
#5 Coconut Tree Prison
#6 Sunset On The Beach
#7 Dinh Cau Temple
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TOP SIGHTS AND FOOD IN PHU QUOC, VIETNAM
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Where we stayed in Phu Quoc: Thuan Hai Hotel (Nice rooms, friendly staff, great price, excellent location)
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Vietnam || Di Linh Market || Lam Dong Province
Di Linh Market is located in Di Linh District, Lam Dong Province, Vietnam.
The market sells many flowers, agricultural products, seafood of the local. The traders are fun, friendly to visitors.
I would like to invite you to visit Di Linh Market to see the market price and shopping.
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