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Vietnam holiday

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Vietnam.

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Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:56 am

Could anyone help me with a suggestion for my parents to Vietnam?

I was recommended to visit Halong bay, Sapa, Ha Noi, Sai Gon and Hue for a famed holiday.

Others suggested to visit Cao Son, Ha Giang or Pu Luong for a real Vietnam experience.

I am considering and wondering which is good to offer my parents.

 

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Re: Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:24 am

About Cao Son, Ha Giang and Pu Luong , i think that Cao Son is better because of the natural beauty and quiet. It is suitable for relax and enjoy the sight seeing. The weather is cool and fresh air , however you should advoid to go there in winter season because it will become very cold. I hope you can choose one suitable place for your parents. Smile


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Re: Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 1:37 pm

We recommend you to stay one night in Danang to enjoy beautiful beaches such as My Khe Beach.


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Re: Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:18 am

Hanoi to Sapa and return

Train to Sapa departs from Hanoi Railway Station to LaoKai the Chinese border town and return. You will need the transfer services from Lao Kai to Sapa (36km).
All the best trains are night train and departs from Hanoi at 9.15 PM and arrives LaoKai at 6 AM.The night train from Lao Kai departs at 8.15PM and arrives Hanoi at 5AM.
The arrival time could be slightly changed due to the weather condition and Vietnam Railways schedules.
Belows are the rates of the bests train Hanoi - Sapa – Hanoi. The rate is quoted in USD/person bases o­n the sleeing berth with A/C of the shareing cabin of 4 berths.
More : www.vietnamtodaytravel...etnam.html



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Re: Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:01 pm

Hello friends..........


I am moving for the Vietnam for 6 months.Most probably in the November,This year.During my stay time at Vietnam I want to stay at apartment for stay and living purpose.So please suggest me about the apartments for stay.All the suggestions and advices are welcomed...........
I am waiting for the response...........

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Re: Vietnam holiday

Post Posted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:58 am

@willturner: can you talk to me where you stay in vietnam, north or south? and what are purpose of trip?Because there are different things between the north and the south. You can see in moving guide in this page.

 

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