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How much money visitors need for a day in Vietnam's biggest cities ?

How much money visitors need for a day in Vietnam's biggest cities ?

A travel database has confirmed that Vietnam's biggest cities are indeed very affordable. Price of Travel, a database of travel costs, has just revealed 50 cheapest cities for visitors. To almost nobody's surprise, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Hoi An have been named among the most affordable.

Ban Gioc Waterfall

Ban Gioc Waterfall

It is the largest waterfall in Asia and the fourth largest waterfall along a national border in the world, with over 200 meters (656 f.) wide and a drop of more than 70 meters (229 ft.). Below it, there is a deep pool more than 200 meters (656 f.) wide and over 30 meters (99 ft.) depth.

The 10 greatest things are found only in Saigon

The 10 greatest things are found only in Saigon

Wherever you go to Vietnam, you must recognize that Saigon is one of the most attractive destinations. Why Saigon is always attracted to everyone. The answer can only be: because Saigon is great!

Kỳ Co : The pristine beach

Kỳ Co : The pristine beach

Almost untouched by humans, with its crystal-clear water. Ky Co is one of the most pristine beaches in Vietnam

Mai Chau

Mai Chau

The Mai Chau valley’s proximity to the capital makes it an ideal overnight escape. Here, small, homestay-filled ethnic minority villages sit in among a patchwork of paddy fields surrounded by soaring mountain peaks. Mai Chau is around 140km from Hanoi. Local buses from the capital run direct into Mai Chau town just a short walk from Lac and Poom Coong villages. Coming from Son La or Dien Bien Phu, you will need to ask the driver to stop at the Mai Chau turn off. In Hanoi, it is possible to hire a motorbike or a car with driver for the journey.

6 Resorts Around City in Vietnam

6 Resorts Around City in Vietnam

In a country known for its highly dynamic cities, sometimes the commotion can get to be overwhelming. Lucky for you, there are several hotels in the major cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City that offer just enough distance to recharge one’s batteries before jumping back into the turmoil. Retreat into a parallel dimension where the relentless honking disappears and the pampering begins.