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Have you ever gotten sick when travelling? Have you ever got any problem to talk to local doctors who do not understand English, about your health status/symptom? If you have an English speaking tour guide go with you, this will be great. If not, here are some international hospitals for your reference when you have to go to see doctor in Vietnam:

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Traveling to Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia poses no major health problems. However, some precautions must be taken beforehand to avoid any inconvenience during your stay.

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Traveling with allergies/intolerances, why not?

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According to The Global Wellness Institute’s report, wellness tourism is gradually becoming a tourist's choice towards leading a healthy and relaxed lifestyle, close to nature, whilst experiencing an emotional balance.

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The Covid_19 pandemic has terribly affected many countries over the world. It caused terror in the land of the living. Many people lost their families, friends… forever. Others had to struggle to live. After this severe pandemic, I believe that most of you would like to spend wisely your precious time together with your beloved people. One of ways to build up good memories with your beloved people is travelling. If you are looking for a safe destination to travel after Covid_19, Vietnam could be a perfect choice for you.

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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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