The ONLY Travel Guide You'll Need to Vietnam

The ONLY Travel Guide You'll Need to Vietnam

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Thinking of visiting Vietnam? Make sure to watch this video before going! This is your one stop shop (with prices) on everything you should know bef

Cách ăn gạo lứt không làm hại tiêu hóa | Chuyện Gia Đình Vàng 2019
MÔN NGỮ VĂN – LỚP 7 | ĐỨC TÍNH GIẢN DỊ CỦA BÁC HỒ | 9H15 NGÀY 21.03.2020 | HỌC TRÊN TRUYỀN HÌNH
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Thinking of visiting Vietnam? Make sure to watch this video before going! This is your one stop shop (with prices) on everything you should know before going. Check out interesting foods, how to get around the country, internet strength, apps to download and more!

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Where we stayed:
Hoi An: (Thien Tan Homestay) (Free bikes!)

Phu Quoc: (Thuan Hai Hotel)

Đà Lạt: (Wouldn’t recommend unless you get street facing rooms with large windows)

Nha Trang: (Mr Duy Hostel) (HIGHLY recommend this place! Owner is awesome!)

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Saigon:

Hanoi:

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Vu and Barbaras street food tour:

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    0:20 – Visas
    2:01 – Immunizations
    2:56 – Where to start
    3:30 – Electricity
    4:02 – Internet
    4:34 – Transportation
    4:51 – Buses
    5:31 – Trains
    8:16 – Renting Motorbikes
    9:01 – International License
    9:39 – Lodging (Hotels vs Airbnb’s)
    10:29 – Apps for Vietnam
    12:19 – FOOD!
    14:54 – What to pack
    19:27 – Currency
    20:08 – Check list

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    Wow! Very nice Int Affair! Vietnam is very beautiful!!! 3 years ago I did a very epic walking trip in Vietnam and walked over 2160 kilometers from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City. 100% walking – took me 3 months and 3 weeks. 😅
    Keep it up Int Affair!!!! Wishing you good!!! ✨🙏🏻😇☀️🌠

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    15:17 their height difference

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    Thanks for the video. Do they have 7/11 there?

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    VIỆT NAM VÔ ĐỊCH 🙂

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    My wife and I are planning to go to Vietnam in December 2020. Can you tell me which airlines are the best flying from JFK airport to Vietnam. It's will our first time travel to Vietnam, we are kinda nervous. 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    Best guide I have seen on YouTube. Excellent, thanks

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    Can I buy ultrathon in Vietnam? Or should I buy it before I leave?

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    This was really useful and well done! Appreciate the time and effort you put into this video.

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    I come from Vietnam. nice to make friends with people all over the world. Welcome to Vietnam. Thank you, everyone, for your love for Vietnam.

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    Welcome to Vietnam… thanks

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    I was born in Vietnam! I lived USA more than 40 years, I don’t know much about VN. Thanks for your video. Good luck 👍 both of you….

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    The whole visa thing sounds like a head fuck , think I,ll pass

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    Sunscreen and mosquito repellent

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    What to pack –

    Comfy shoes
    Shorts and shirts
    Cotton
    Nylon and polyester
    3-5 shorts
    7 shirts
    Breathable flows clothing
    Longer dresses or skirts
    2-3 pairs of shoes

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    Street food – if u see where it’s being prepared etc it’ll be fine
    Go to popular stalls with locals

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    Grab whattsap agoda google translate and google maps

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    Vendor stops – sell food
    Always keep toilet paper on u

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    Ac sleeper berths – get these
    Trains – snacks and toilet paper

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    Hello guys, you guys are the best bloggers I've experienced here, by the way, my first time here Thanks for the info.

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    Sometimes I watch these just because I miss Vietnam

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    Yikes. My Japanese Encephalitis shots were only £160. USA prices are mad

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    What if I am a Muslim and DO NOT EAT pork?👀

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    I will be spending 3 weeks in Vietnam this year, and, as much as i would love to get to know the entire country, I'd like to choose a nice city to settle down for a longer time, so I can really get familiar with the city's routine. If you could spend one or two weeks in only one place in Vietnam where would you choose?

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    How did you get drone shots? Brought it with you or bought one there?

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    Amazing sum up 👍👍

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    Thank you, your videos are amazing

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    I applaud you 2 for being so informative and more importantly, so respectful 🙏

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    Is it true that with a Visa you can only fly internationally out of Hanoi or Saigon? Thank you!

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    who needs google translate when u have parents who can speak vietnamese

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    Hello, this is by far the most helpful video I've found! Thank you so much ❤️ I just got one question. If I want to travel by bus do I also need to book the tickets in advance and if not where do I get them? Thank you!

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    Who else is STUCK at Typhoid?????? plus U forget Imodium!!!! ….tis reason to brought "Toilet Paper? WTF?

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    love your vlogs, very informative….i have lived in malaysia and thailand for the last couple of years; now i am going to da nang for a year or longer….is bug repellent needed along the coast?

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    What time of the year did you travel to Vietnam? I'd like to visit Asia during the Summer (Bali, Thailand, Vietnam) but I am worried about monsoon season and the rain. The rain would be a buzzkill during the trip

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    Great, informational video! 🙂

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    Thanks! Very useful tips and your videos are on point. Cant wait my trip to Vietnam in March!

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    Dude you hit the jackpot – your wife's butt looks like it could crack a walnut ! Well done bro <3

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    It is a great informative video, thanks

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    This helped me so much! Thank you!

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    Do I need a Vietnamese phone number in order to use the Grab app?

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    You guys are the best! Thanks

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    But how do you cope with the jet lag? Thanks for the Visa tip

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    You don't need a visa if you're from the UK and going to Vietnam for less than 15 days.

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    For money exchanging go to a local jewelry shop. No bs just done.

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    I'm from Vietnam, and I recommend everything they said in this video

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