Vietnam travel tips – Useful informations before you visit Vietnam Vietnam is generally an easy country to travel. Here are some general Vietnam travel tips and advice on topics like: weather, what to bring, tipping, currency, etc. What to bring when travel to Vietnam Bring as little as possible. Keep in mind that you can and will buy things in Vietnam, so do not burden yourself. If you do forget to bring any ‘essential’ items, it’s quite likely that they can be bought in Vietnam, at least in the cities. Currency, Exchange and ATM The local currency is the Dong (abbreviated “d” or VND). Bank notes are 500d, 1000d, 2,000d, 5,000d, 10,000d, 20,000d, 50,000d, 100,000d & 500,000d. Coin is no more used. Money and traveler cheque particularly U.S. Dollars, can be exchanged at banks, hotels and authorized money- exchangers. It is advisable to carry U.S. Dollar bills in small denominations. Credit cards are generally only

What makes Vietnamese food special? When visiting Vietnam, one of the delights is the amazing cuisine. Vietnam is a country of variety of food. Vietnamese cuisine is particular although most of the dishes have root from China but are added and improved by Vietnamese generations to be typical and light. Taste a Vietnamese food, notably, the most famous and popular ‘Spring Roll’, you will soon realise its pure distinction which nowhere to be found. You will never have to look very far for food in Vietnam – restaurants (nha hang) of one sort or another seem to be in every nook and cranny. Unless you eat in exclusive hotels or restaurants, Vietnamese food is cheap. The best bargains can be found at street stalls (Street food), most of which are limited to the amount of ingredients they can carry, so tend to specialise in a couple of particular dishes. Wander around until something takes your fancy.

Vietnam Visa on Arrival This page is here to help you answer the questions about your Vietnam Visa on Arrival. Travelers to Vietnam are required to hold a passport valid for at least six (06) months beyond the completion of their visit and must contain a valid visa. Visas are usually issued by the passengers’ home country (against the visa’s approval number), which require the original passport, and 2 photos in order to issue a visa stamp. Visas can also be obtained upon arrival at Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Danang airports (Visa on Arrival), in which case the stamping fee will be quoted separately. Visas on Arrival can be requested via Vietnam travel agency in connection with the booking of travel arrangements to Vietnam. Hotels might reserve the right to keep travel documents (passport) overnight at the reception for registration purpose. In order to make your trip easier and more pleasant, Unikasia (Hanoi Voyages) offers you

When to go to Vietnam? When to go to Vietnam? Best time to go where you want to go? There are no good or bad seasons for visiting Vietnam. Vietnam has remarkably diverse climate. Vietnam stretches over 3260 km from north to south, with an area of 332,000 square km, Vietnam’s topography varies from coastal plains to mountain ranges, therefore weather patterns in the principle cities are very different. North: – Tropical Winter lasts from November to March, with temperatures averaging 10 – 26C, the weather is quite good but fog and drizzle is often in January – February. – Summer begins in May and lasts until September, the hottest time from May to July temperature is around 28-36 C, the short spring about 1 month on April – Fall in October, with an average temperature of 30C, heavy rainfall and the occasional violent typhoon. Center: – Central Vietnam experiences a transitional climate, with heavy