10 Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Vietnam

Vietnam culture: 10 Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Vietnam

10 Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Vietnam. From visa to Vietnam, what to eat, where to stay, and where to go in Vietnam, I have it all for you.

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22 Responses to "10 Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Vietnam"

  1. I'm Vietnamese American and my father is from Ho Chi Minh City and I have been to Vietnam plenty of times to visit my father's homeland and it's an amazing place and yes I speak Tieng Viet very fluently!

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  2. Retired and happy Retired and happy · Edit

    Thank you for this very informative video. I was a soldier based in Nha Trang during the war and am returning in January thru February 2023. I learned a lot from you! 💐

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  3. There are restaurants that have prices VAT excluded, which confuses me. Like how much is that VAT? Why don't they include it into the menus to begin with?

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  4. Another tips for menstruators, tampons are hard to find in Vietnam, although big supermarkets or shopping centers have them, there're mostly non-applicator ones. There's one brand called Sofy that has the applicator ones but there's only Super available, so, if you're gonna travel to Vietnam and have to be specific with the brand ur using, make sure to bring your own!

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