Vietnam

Why Are There No Nonstop Flights from the U.S. to Vietnam?

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Here’s a fact that might surprise you: Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh City is the busiest unserved air route in the world.

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Why I’ve Got to Get Back to Saigon

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I’ve wanted to return to Vietnam, in general, since almost the day I left, but Saigon in particular has changed and evolved in ways that belie the near-seven years that have passed.

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30 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Vietnam

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I have a feeling these photos are going to make you want to take a trip to Vietnam, whether you follow the path I took or plot a course unique to you.

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Three Weeks in Vietnam

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You can enjoy a huge range of quintessential Vietnam travel experiences in just three weeks.

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The Easiest Way to Get a Vietnam Visa

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Apply for your Vietnam visa remotely and obtain it on arrival at any of Vietnam’s international airports.

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Cu Chi Tunnels Travel

Vietnam’s Cu Chi Tunnels

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Pay a visit to the subterranean Cu Chi tunnels, one of the most impressive defense systems in the history of war, even if seeing relics of the Vietnam War is a low priority for you.

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Woman counting Vietnamese dong in Hoi An, Vietnam

Prices in Vietnam for Travelers

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Traveling within any sort of budget in Vietnam is easily doable — unless, of course, the budget to which you want to adhere is extremely large.

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Sinh Tours Vietnam

Travel Vietnam by Bus With Sinh Cafe

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While the Sinh Cafe’s buses are far from the most comfortable I’ve traveled in, they are nonetheless the most efficient, cost-effective means of traveling up or down Vietnam’s coast.

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