TOP 5 Essential Tips for #Vietnam
Vietnam is a beautiful Southeast Asian country; it’s also the trickiest for myself and travelers. Here’s my top 5 tips for navigating Vietnam. | Read it here: http://wp.me/pNFhP-1vf
Top 5 Travel Survival Tips for Traveling to Vietnam (Southeast Asia travel).
1. Beware of Theft :22
2. Counterfeit Agencies 1:05
3. Getting Around 1:45
4. Crossing a Vietnamese Street 3:07
4. Do budget tours 3:23
5. Do Street Food 3:38
GRRRLTRAVELER Blog posts on Vietnam: http://grrrltraveler.com/?s=Vietnam
How to Cross a Vietnamese Street: https://youtu.be/vtLe79Hv0T0
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Of all the Southeast Asian countries out there, Vietnam happens to be the trickiest
and I will tell you why.
today I’m going to share with you my top 5 travel survival tips for surviving Vietnam.
Mekong Delta Hanoi Ho Chi Minh City Sapa.
People wearing little conical hats called coolies…
depending on the city grow to or the village,
Vietnam can be a fairly bustling place.
1 beware of theft.
sorry sorry it happens there it happens there a lot. Focus. Know where you’re going. Know what’s around you.
In the course of around two weeks I met for travelers that had been robbed in various differentnt ways.
Taking out a wad of cash, when you’re paying a motorbike taxi.
Leaving your backpack at a hotel storage space or luggage space because you’re going to take a trekking tour.
Leaving your valuables unattended while you’re searching for money to buy a drink I’m going to leave a link here.
I’m going to leave a link right here to my view on travel safety tips for solo travelers.
Counterfeit agencies are companies cthat have a logo of reputable company on their store front.
However, in no way affiliated with that company
they’re just they’re just trying to steal customers from a reputable company.
Usually you can tell because they’re just so many of them do not very subtle.
You’re going to have to listen to your intuition.
If something sounds wrong or weird then it is.
Go to the places that feel like they’re professional.
Where you feel like the people behind the desk are trustworthy.
You can’t always go by the company logo or company designs yes signs me nothing in Vietnam.
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