Why You Should NOT move to Vietnam

Vietnam culture: Why You Should NOT move to Vietnam

If you have followed me for a while, you know I love sharing positive things about Vietnam. However, I don’t want to just sugarcoat my country because that’s not how it works. No country is perfect, and Vietnam is still a developing country that has a lot of ongoing problems. So I decided to make this video to address some of the issues that foreigners complain the most about when living in Vietnam. Hopefully, I can manage your expectations before you decide to move to Vietnam and just later realized that Vietnam was not for you

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23 Responses to "Why You Should NOT move to Vietnam"

  1. Just returned from 9 days in Hanoi, Bai Tu Long Bay, and Ninh Binh province. Friendly people, delicious food, and crazy traffic….what more could you want? We loved Vietnam. If you haven’t been yet, plan a trip now! Can’t wait to return.

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  2. I think you are absolutely brilliant and extremely on point with all your videos,
    I have travelled many times to beautiful Vietnam 🇻🇳 and I hope to come back during this December

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  3. Vietnam is nice to visit but difficult to live longer than few months unless you are young and/or adventurous . I have been there 3 times visitimg relatives but now dread the fourth visit due mainly to pollution and dubious food quality (my relatives confirmed how much chemicals are added to fruits, veggies, etc ) I wish the country address quality of life for all vs short term economic gains.

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  4. I went to Vietnam in 2009. I'm going back to Saigon next year.

    It was one of the best trips I've ever done. And I've been to Hong Kong, USA and Europe.

    Vietnam has something in terms of freedom and the lack of a nanny state that the west has lost. I hope that hasn't changed.

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  5. For those reasons you have mentioned and other much more dangerous issues, which you chose not to mentioned. No one should move to Vietnam. They should send them all to re-education camps for years and throw away the keys, in the hope that they will learn something, but I doubt that.

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  6. TheBladeMasterOfLove · Edit

    Wtf, why doesn't the Vietnamese people change back when they leave the bunkers? It's not like they lived for generations underground and created their own culture of not being good at standing in line, honking and screaming.

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  7. Thank you so much for being honest. you are not hurting your country, I know that you really want to help and build up your country. anyway there is no perfect country, we learn from our mistakes that is why we grow and same as any country.

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  8. I understand the goal of this channel is to promote tourism but beware of the misinformation and blatant omission. If you get brainwash into how cheap and easy to live in Vietnam, you will be on for an awakening. The corruption from government system trickle down to every aspect of life from business to basic rights. There are no laws because whoever in charge is the law. Good luck living with that

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  9. A lot of what you experience in your country it’s a lot like Mexico I lived there for 5 years and there is so many similarities to Mexico

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