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why travel to vietnam

Join me on my exploration of Vietnam. My articles, travel guides and photography will take you on a journey starting in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).

Travel north with me through Hoi An, Hanoi, Halong Bay and visit the Black H’ mong Tribe in Sapa.

Vietnam is an amazing experience in variety, culture, and beauty. If you are planning a trip to Vietnam, my blog will help to provide some ideas of what you cannot miss.

Enjoy all the amazing and exclusive Travel Guides on this page journey and Safe Travels!

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Vietnam 2-week itinerary

This Vietnam travel itinerary begins with the country’s busiest city of Ho Chi Minh, journeying to UNESCO world heritage city of Hoi An, hiking the remote mountains of Sapa and ending on a relaxing cruise across the incredible Halong Bay.

With this itinerary, you will get to see some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in Vietnam, and it gives you the opportunity to see all the best things to do, one destination at a time.

Vietnam Travel Tips

If you are planning a trip to Vietnam, this is a perfect place for you to start.  This Vietnam Travel Tips guide has all you need to know before your trip.

Find out about visa requirements, pricing, where to stay, safety, the best time to go, and much more for your Vietnam trip…

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Vietnam 2 weeks trip itinerary


The official language in Vietnam is Vietnamese.


The currency in Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong. The exchange rate is 0.000043 United States Dollar. Click on the icon for the conversion of the day.


Vietnam has 331,212 square kilometers and is the 19th largest country in Asia. Is located on the eastern margin of the Indochinese peninsula, it borders Cambodia in the southwest and has a long border with Laos, also shares maritime borders with Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand.


Vietnam is a socialist-oriented market economy. Backpackers' budget is around $25-30 per day, while mid-range travelers spend between $50 and $70 per day on average.


I felt very traveling around Vietnam. As in any large city, be aware of your belongings in Ho Chi Minh City. Traffic can also be heavy in large cities, so be careful crossing the roads. It is recommended to have Travel Insurance to Travel to Vietnam.

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