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All year round, Viet Namis a wonderful tourist destination. Ha Long Bay is recognized by UNESCO as one of the natural wonders of the world, with over 3,000 dramatic and magical islands set in pristine water. Phong Nha Cave is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in the world. Viet Nam has many cool mountain villages including Sapa and Dalat; clean and unspoiled beaches can be found the length of the country. There are hundred of historical and cultural sites including the Hung Temple, Co Loa, the Temple of Literature in Ha Noi, My Son Sanctuary, the ancient city of Hoi An and the Citadel at Hue. 

Thousands of pagodas, temples, and churches can be found throughout the country. Vietnamese cities and villages take pride in their architectural jewels of traditional and colonial design. Finally, it is very interesting to observe the distinctive traditions of the various ethnic groups that comprise our wonderful country.


Shaped like an elongated s , Vietnam stretches the length of the Indochinese Peninsula and covers a surface area of 128,000 square miles--making it roughly the size of Italy or, in the U.S., New Mexico. China lies to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, and the South China Sea to the east.
Topographically, Vietnam is a verdant tapestry of soaring mountains, fertile deltas, primeval forests inhabited by exotic fauna, sinuous rivers, mysterious caves, otherworldly rock formations, and heavenly waterfalls and beaches.
Beyond nature, the curious and open-minded visitor will find in Vietnam a feast of culture and
 history. For convenience, the country can be thought of as comprising three unique areas: north, central, and south.

The north is known for its alpine peaks, the Red River Delta, the plains of Cao Bang and Vinh Yen, enchanting Halong Bay, and historic Hanoi, as well as for the diversity of its ethno linguistic minorities. Central Vietnam, also home to many ethnic minorities, is characterized by high temperate plateaus rich in volcanic soil and by spectacular beaches, dunes, and lagoons. It is also the location of the ancient imperial city of Hue. In the South, visitors encounter modern life in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) and the fertile alluvial delta of the Mekong River. Vietnam's territory also encompasses a large continental shelf and thousands of archipelagic islands.

The northern provinces of Central Vietnam share the climate of the North, while the southern provinces share the tropical weather of the South.  South Vietnam is generally warm, the hottest months being March through May, when temperatures rise into the mid-90's (low-30's C). This is also the dry season in the south, followed by the April-October monsoon season. 
South Vietnam is generally warm, the hottest months being March through May, when temperatures rise into the mid-90's (low-30's C). This is also the dry season in the south, followed by the April-October monsoon season.
Any foreigner or overseas Vietnamese who wishing to visit Vietnam must fill out one 1 entry visa application form . Overseas Vietnamese born in Vietnam must enclose two 4cm by 6cm (2"x2") photographs; all other foreigners must enclose one photograph. Enclose all forms and photographs with the passport and the visa fee.
The pictures should be of the head and shoulders only, taken without a hat. These pictures have to be no older than a year before the date of filing application.
The paper works must be sent to a Vietnamese diplomatic representative office (the embassies), or consulate general of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, in the most convenient country.

* This rule may not be applied for citizens of countries with which Vietnam has bilateral agreements for visa exemption. (Please contact the Embassy of Vietnam for more information)
Customs All visitors entry Vietnam should fill in declaration forms and show their luggage to Customs officials on request. Luggage, personal possessions and goods brought to Vietnam in amounts sufficient for personal use only, and not listed among noncommercial goods not to be imported, are exempt from tax. Travelers' luggage as declared at Customs offices on arrival must be shown again at Customs when leaving Vietnam, except for articles which have been consumed or given as gifts. Visitors to Vietnam can bring with them unlimited amounts of foreign currency, objects made of gold, silver, precious metals and gemstones or plated with silver or gold, but these must be declared in detail on their customs forms. Travelers can change their money for Vietnamese dong (VND) at the banks, hotels and jewelry shops throughout the country. Foreign currency must be changed into Vietnamese dong for shopping. Travelers can take with them unlimited amounts of souvenirs bought
with receipts.


The currency issued by the Vietnam State Bank is the Dong (abbreviated "d" or VND) which is used throughout the country. Bank notes in denominations of 200d to 500,000d are presently in circulation.

The exchange rate is approximately 21 ,000d = US$1 ( updated on 15 / Oct / 2008 ). At present certain travelers' cheques such as American Express and credit cards such as Visa and MasterCard are accepted in all most cities and major tourism regions.


Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam. Foreign language learning, particularly English, is currently in vogue among young people in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue, Da Nang and other cities. Tourist guides can speak English, French, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.

Electric current in Vietnam is 220 Volts.
Water supply: Tap water in urban areas in Vietnam is chlorinated, but it is recommended that it should be boiled before drinking.

Postal service: A regular international post service is available. In addition, there are some new, special services: Express Mail Service (EMS). The domestic EMS ensures that letters and small parcels are delivered within 24-48 hours. International EMS has relations with almost countries world-wide, with a delivery time ranging from 2 to 10 days. Air mail and small parcels must however be subject to additional charges. Express money transfer is also available.

Telecommunications: Long-distance and international direct-dial calling is available throughout the country. Fax machines are quickly proliferating in Vietnam; public and registered fax machines are available in hotels, business and public offices. Internet access is available at all hotels and Internet cafes in larger cities.

Television and Radio: Vietnam TV broadcasts three channels throughout the country; satellite channels such as CNN are available in most hotels catering to foreigners. Voice of Vietnam Radio broadcasts throughout the country; all provinces and cities have their own radio stations as well.

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