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Once talking about travelling in Vietnam, the first impression appearing in everybody’s mind will be the majestic Halong Bay or the exotic street foods like Banh Mi, Bun Cha, Pho, etc. However, Vietnam can offer more than those with less-known awesome hikes in the off beaten track places. Whatever your physical fitness is, you can seek out the suitable trail for you. Let’s have a quick look at best places for hiking in the S-shaped country.

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Before the internet boom, when vacation-seekers wanted to travel to a far-off destination, most had to look for the help from a travel agent.

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Holders of a British passport (as well as Italian, German, Spanish and French) do not need an entry visa for stays of less than 15 days (the date of arrival included). This exemption is currently applied until July 2021, and the possibility of extending it to 30 days is under the government’s discussion.

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Most of the festivals, anniversaries and traditional cultural events of Vietnam are in accordance with its lunar calendar. Annually, joining in the modern breathes of the world, Vietnam also celebrates the International New Year Day on the first day in Western Calendar - January 1st. Here below are some tips for your trip during National Holidays and Festivals in Vietnam.    

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Vietnam is a country blessed with a good weather almost all year round, so trekking is possible all the time. The country’s landscapes offer hikers a unique experience to completely escape the city crowds, explore the nature and conquer new heights. Here below are useful tips for your hiking and trekking trip.

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Vietnam is a country blessed with a good weather almost all year round, so trekking is possible all the time. The country’s landscapes offer hikers a unique experience to completely escape the city crowds, explore the nature and conquer new heights. The highlights are terraced rice paddies and underneath towering limestone mountain ranges, picturesque villages, scenic beaches to serious jungle treks. Generally, northern Vietnam is your best-hiking bet with dramatic mountain paths and fascinating minority culture are a draw. Here below you can find the best places in the country to hike and trek.

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Vietnam is a markedly Confucian society and its business practices are often more similar to those of China, Japan and Korea than to those of its Southeast Asian neighbors. The following Vietnam travel tips will help you to avoid some social taboos and make your trip to Vietnam culturally and socially enriching experience.

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Travelling around Vietnam has never been easier with the wide domestic flight network. This article will give you some essential info when traveling by plane in the S-shaped country.

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Traveling is an awesome experience. But how do you choose the perfect accommodations? There are a lot of things to take into consideration, and it takes a lot of research and time to actually come up with a decision. We’ve made it easier for you with these below tips.

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