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united states at a glance

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The official language in Vietnam the United States is English


The currency in the United States is the United States Dollar (currency code USD)


With a territory of 3,796,742 square kilometers, the USA is the 4th largest country in the world with a federal republic of 50 states. USA borders both the North Atlantic and North Pacific Oceans and also land bordered by Canada and Mexico.


The economy of the United States is highly developed and mixed. Backpackers can survive at around $60 per day, while mid-range travelers spend between $150-$180 per day on average.


The US is a safe country to visit. Of course, since it is so large, it’s expected that there are some parts of it that are very unsafe for tourists. This country is infamous for gun usage and the selling of guns, but the truth is that most violent crimes that do occur in the US, occur in suburbs or urban areas of some cities. It is recommended to get Travel Insurance to Travel to the US.

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