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Travel FAQs

  • Can I use my mobile phone while in Vietnam?
    You'll be able to use your mobile phone in most urban areas of Vietnam, although remote and mountainous areas may not have network coverage. Ensure you have global roaming activated with your mobile carrier before you leave home if you wish to use your mobile while in Vietnam. If you need to make more fone call to Vietnam number we suggest to buy a Vietnam sim card ( 50,000 VND~2.5 USD) rather than roaming.
  • Public holidays in Vietnam?
    Jan 1: New Year's Day
    1-3/ 1 in Lunar New Year ( 2014: 31 Jan- 2 Feb)
    10/3 in Lunar Calenda: Gio to Hung Vuong Day
    Apr 30: Liberation of Reunification
    May 1: May Day
    Sep 2: National Day
  • Is Vietnam expensive?
    No, it isnot. It is cheap and easy.
    For example:
    01 USD= 20,900 VND
    Quick city bus ride = 5,000 VND
    A glass of fresh bear= 7,000- 10,000 VND
    Local-style coffee at a cafe = 15,000 VND
    Bowl of pho from street stall = 20,000-30,000 VND
    Dinner at a simple restaurant = 70,000-100,000 VND
    Dinner at a up-market restaurant = 200,000+ VND
    A spa course = 150,000++ VND

  • What is ATM in Vietnam like?

    ATMs are found widely throughout Vietnam, so withdrawing cash shouldn't be problematic in most areas. Some smaller villages and rural areas may not have ATM access, so prepare for this before venturing too far from a city or major town.

  • Is it better to use dollars or Vietnam dong for daily expenses?
     Despite government attempts to outlaw the practice, the US Dollars still acts as an alternative currency which is almost completely interchangeable with the dong. Many prices, especially for hotels, tours and expensive restaurants, are still quoted in $, though you can pay in dong if you’d rather - just check what exchange rate they’re using.
    For everyday expenses, I recommend carrying a mix of US Dollars cash and dong. For larger items or when the exchange rate works in your favour, use dollars. For cyclos, local food stalls and small purchases, it’s best to use dong. In either case, make sure you always have a stock of small notes so that you don’t have to worry about change.
  • Should I take my money in cash or travellers'cheques?
    The official currency of Vietnam is the dong, which cannot be purchased outside Vietnam. The main banks in Hanoi and HCMC can handle a fairly broad range of currencies nowadays, but the dollar is still the most widely accepted. We therefore recommend taking a combination of US$ cash and US$ travellers’ cheques, with the bulk in travellers’ cheques for safety. American Express, Visa and Thomas Cook cheques are the most recognized brands.
  • How safe is Vietnam?
    Vietnam is a safe country to visit but there are increasing instances of theft, especially in HCMC where pickpockets and snatch thieves on motorbikes are the worst menace. The best tip is to be vigilant at all times. Often cute kids or old grannies have deft fingers. Leave all valuables (expensive watches, jewellery, glasses, etc.) at safty box at your hotel, and don’t even wear flash costume jewellery. Make sure you have a firm grip on cameras and shoulder bags at all times and never leave anything you value lying around unattended. We would also not advise taking cyclos late at night, especially in HCMC. our guides will advise you what is “do and don’t” case by case.
  • What do I need to know regarding Vietnam visa?
    The most important thing is to make sure your Vietnam visa is stamped with the correct dates. The standard tourist visa is valid for a period of up to 3 days. If you’re going for less than 3 days you can either specify the exact dates, but it is probably best to ask for the maximum period to give yourself more flexibility.
    For more information, please visit: visa services
    If you have more questions about visa, please contact us.
  • What about transportation?
     We provide you safe, modern and comfortable means of transportation.
    1-2 people: using 4 seats car
    3 people: using 7 seats car
    4-9 people: using 16 seat van
    10- 14 people: using 29 seats bus
    15-19 people: using 35 seats bus
    20-30 people: using 45 seats bus
  • Who is my guide?
    Hoangviet Travel has a strong and multilingual guide team coming from all regions of the country. They are the local and friendly people. They are chosen for their professionalism, rich knowledge, and commitment, personal ties with the country and region and ability to inspire and communicate with you. They will be your dedicated friends during and after your trip.
  • What about tipping?
    Generally, tipping is not compulsory. But as our culture, it is appreciated for tipping to our guide and driver If you are satisfied. Then it became a policy. The policy is to tip 2-4 USD/pax/day for tour guide and 1-2 USD/pax/day for driver ( depending on size of group).
  • How do I create my own itinerary?
    In our web site Hoangviet Travel provide over hundred tours but if you do not find a suitable trip, you contact us and tell us what you expect, what you are thinking. Our experts will give you useful advice, information and then we toghetner make your dream come true.
  • When is the best time to travel Vietnam?
    The climate and temperature of Vietnam are varied and different between regions so you could travel Vietnam all year round. At any time of the year, climate is good in some regions while not so good in some other regions. Hoangviet Travel will help you to select a suitable tour at specific time.
  • World heritage sites in Vietnam?

    1. Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province - (recognized in December 1994)
    Ha Long Bay is made of 1,969 islands of various sizes, 989 of which have been given names. There are 2 kinds of islands, limestone and schist, which are concentrated in 2 main zones: the South East (belonging to Bai Tu Long Bay) and the South West (belonging to Ha Long Bay). This densely concentrated zone of stone islands, world famous for its spectacular scenery of grottoes and caves.

    2. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province - (recognized in July 2003)
    Phong Nha - Ke Bang national park (200,000 ha) is one of the world's two largest limestone regions which includes beautiful limestone formations, grottoes and caves.
    Phong Nha caves (over 30 caves and total discovered length of 100km) has the longest underground rivers, the largest caverns and passageways, the widest and prettiest sand banks, and the most astonishing rock formations in the world.


    3. Hue Imprerial City in central Vietnam (recognized in December 1993)
    Hue served as Vietnam's political capital from 1802 to 1945 under the 13 emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Hue's attractions are the splendid toms of the Nguyen emperors, several notable pagodas and the remains of the Imperial Citadel.

    4. Hoi An Ancient Town - 30km south of Da Nang city (recognized in December 1999)
    The ancient town of Hoi An used to be occupied by early western traders and became one of the major trading centers of South East Asia in the 16th century. It has a distinct Chinese atmosphere with low, tile-roofed houses made of wood and narrow streets.

    5. My Son Sanctuary - 69km southwest of Da Nang city (recognized in December 1999)
    My Son used to be an imperial city during the Cham dynasty from the 4th to the 12th centuries. It is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural towers of red brick which were built to reflect the divinity of the king.

    6. Imperial Citadel of Thang Long (recognized in 2010)
    The Thang Long Imperial Citadel was built in the 11th century by the Ly Viet Dynasty, marking the independence of the Dai Viet. It was constructed on the remains of a Chinese fortress dating from the 7th century, on drained land reclaimed from the Red River Delta in Hanoi. It was the centre of regional political power for almost 13 centuries without interruption. The Imperial Citadel buildings and the remains in the 18 Hoang Dieu Archaeological Site reflect a unique South-East Asian culture specific to the lower Red River Valley, at the crossroads between influences coming from China in the north and the ancient Kingdom of Champa in the south.
    7. Citadel of the Ho Dynasty (2011)
    The 14th -century Ho Dynasty citadel, built according to the feng shui principles, testifies to the flowering of neo-Confucianism in late 14th century Viet Nam and its spread to other parts of east Asia. According to these principles it was sited in a landscape of great scenic beauty on an axis joining the Tuong Son and Don Son mountains in a plain between the Ma and Buoi rivers. The citadel buildings represent an outstanding example of a new style of south-east Asian imperial city.
    INTANGIBLE HERITAGES (Unesco Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritages of Humanity):

    8. The royal music in Hue - (recognized in November 2003).

    9. The gong (Cong Chieng) in the Central Highlands - (recognized in November 2005).

    10. Quan Ho folk songs in Bac Ninh province - (recognized in September 2009)

    11. Ca Tru singing in Hanoi - (recognized in October 2009)
    12. Xoan singing in Phu Tho - (recognized in 2012)
  • What to see in Vietnam?
    Here is a list of sightseeing places in Vietnam. please choose what you want to see:

    1. HANOI (many museums, lakes, parks, old French buildings. On 10 Oct 2010, Hanoi celebrated the 1,000 year anniversary)
    2. SAPA (mountain scenery, trekking to ethnic minority villages), BAC HA (Sunday morning market)
    3. MAI CHAU (Thai ethnic minority villages)
    4. SON LA – DIEN BIEN PHU (battle field where the French troops were defeated in 1954)
    5. NINH BINH (rural life, caves, beautiful stone churches, Cuc Phuong national park)
    6. HA LONG BAY (the world heritage, thousands of islands)
    7. BA BE LAKE (240km from Hanoi, the largest lake in north VN)
    8. PHONG NHA CAVE (the world heritage, near Dong Hoi, central VN)
    9. HUE (the old capital of VN in the 19th century, visit the Imperial Citadel, tombs, cruise along the Perfume river)
    10. DMZ (Vinh Moc tunnels, Ben Hai river - the place where Vietnam used to be divided into the North and the South for 21 years during American war, Khe Sanh combat base)
    11. HOI AN (ancient streets, the world heritage)
    12. MY SON (brick temples, the world heritage)
    13. NHA TRANG (beaches, islands, scuba diving)
    14. MUI NE (beaches, sand dunes)
    15. DA LAT (highlands, cool weather, waterfalls and lakes)
    16. CENTRAL HIGHLANDS (Gia Lai - Kon Tum - Dak Lak, special culture, best coffee)
    17. SAI GON (the most developed city, night life)
    18. MEKONG DELTA (floating villages & markets, nice beach in Ha Tien)
    19. CU CHI TUNNELS (American War)
    20. PHU QUOC ISLAND (beaches, fishing villages)

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