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Free & Easy Trip to Vietnam

Post by JLoy » Thu, 04 Oct 2007 9:40 am


Does anyone went to Vietnam before? Can share on where can to go, what to do, how many days should I stay & how much is needed? I am planning to go on Nov/Dec'07.

Hope someone can give me some advice as I plan to go for a free & easy trip.

Thank you!!! :wink:

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Post by perplex_sheep » Thu, 04 Oct 2007 11:10 am

I have been to vietnam twice, to nha trang, danang, hoian and hanoi before. each places have their unique qualities... so it really depends on what you are looking for.

nha trang is a beach area, and the beach club is the most famous place to hang around, have a nice pina colada and get some sun. the beach is reasonably clean, and nice. its very popular among tourist.

i went to hoi'an via danang, taking me 1 hour by car to get there. Danang dont really have too much and i find it too polluted. Hoi'an is a little bit like malacca (in malaysia). It is more of a small cultural town, and have a beach nearby as well. The beach is not so popular, so if you prefer a quiet beach, you will like it. There is a small river so you can take a small cruise on one of the boats rowed by the old lady. There are quite a fair bit of french staying around hoi'an as well, so you can find pretty decent french food there.

Hanoi is a bigger town (biggest compared to nha trang & hoi'an). I didnt do too much there beside shopping a little and taking a river cruise to see the limestone.

I havent been to saigon or HCM so cant really comment on that. But if you give me an idea of what you are looking for, i might be able to point you to the right direction.

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