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From the vertiginous rice valleys of Sapa in Vietnam’s north stretching to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south, Vietnam is home to a wealth of attractions that will seduce both budget and top-range travellers.

From the vertiginous rice valleys of Sapa in Vietnam’s north stretching to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south, Vietnam is home to a wealth of attractions that will seduce both budget and top-range travellers.
Travel Tips- Health

Local hospitals are not quite up to the standards of Thailand, Hong Kong, or Singapore, but they are decent and often employ doctors who have been trained overseas, typically in France.
Highlights from Vietnam

Traveling foodies can compare the southern and northern variations of phở--a rice-noodle stew (phở bò for beef and phở gà for chicken)
Passports and Visas

U.S. citizens of all ages must have a visa to enter Vietnam. Travelers can obtain a visa from either a Vietnamese embassy or consulate prior to arrival or apply for a visa on arrival.

There are many reasons that this is one of the best hostels in Hanoi. This hostel is in the heart of the city, and surrounded by restaurants, shops, and cafes. It is a 5 min walk to Hoan Kiem Lake.

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