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Vietnam Voyage: Uncover the Hidden Charms of the East

The Mall/Mall Road, Manali, It is a place that serves you India and many continents with its Human Books garnished with the beautiful landscapes, here nature makes you feel, that nature is the essence of beauty, life, survival, serenity, peace, happiness, and Vishal Bhutani
Hanoi, Da Nang, Saigon

Basic Information

  1. Places & Attractions

    Ha Long Bay: UNESCO World Heritage site known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands.Hanoi: The capital city, offering a mix of Eastern and Western influences visible in its architecture, cuisine, and daily life.Hoi An: Famous for its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with winding canals.Ho Chi Minh City: A vibrant metropolis that serves as the economic heart of the country, known for its French colonial landmarks and bustling markets.

  2. Weather and Climate Information
  3. Transportation Options

    Public Transport: Extensive networks of buses and trains, with motorbike taxis being a unique and common mode of transportation.Taxis: Widely available; apps like Grab are commonly used for both safety and convenience.Domestic Flights: Highly effective for long-distance travel between major cities and tourist destinations.

  4. Local Cuisine and Dining Recommendations

    Must-try Dishes: Pho (noodle soup), Banh Mi (sandwich), and Goi Cuon (spring rolls).Dining Spots: "Pho Gia Truyen" in Hanoi for authentic Pho; "Banh Mi Phuong" in Hoi An for the best Banh Mi.

  5. Safety Tips

    General Safety: Vietnam is generally safe for tourists; however, petty theft can occur, especially in tourist-heavy areas.Traffic Caution: Be extremely cautious when crossing streets, especially in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, as traffic can be overwhelming.

  6. Shopping Areas and Markets

    Hanoi: The Old Quarter for traditional Vietnamese goods like silk clothing, lacquerware, and handicrafts.Ho Chi Minh City: Ben Thanh Market for local crafts, textiles, and souvenirs.

  7. Festivals and Events

    Tet Nguyen Dan (Vietnamese New Year): The most important celebration across the country, occurring around late January or early February.Mid-Autumn Festival: Celebrated with mooncakes and lantern parades, particularly vibrant in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

  8. Emergency Connect & Tips

    Cultural Sensitivity: Be aware of and respect the local customs and traditions.Avoid Overpacking: Travel light to easily move between different modes of transport and locations.

    Local Police: 113Ambulance Service: 115Nearest Major Hospitals: Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi, Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City

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