HồngLaura is my English name, while Phuc is my Vietnamese name. According to my parents, my Vietnamese name has a specific meaning of prosperity and happiness. I am currently a final-year student at the University of Foreign Languages, where I study English and Tourism. In fact, I have 3 years of expertise guiding tours for foreigners. To be honest, if you visit Hue, Vietnam, you want to see the sights, try the local cuisine, and discover about the Hue Monument Complex's history. Therefore, I will be an ideal choice for you. I'd like to have more experience with foreigners in terms of communication and knowledge. As a result, the tour is non-profitable and is a half day tour. Visiting Hue City, travel with me and I will show you around. It would be a memorial, meaningful and funny tour for us.
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MalIm a travel lover. Also, a foodie. Been to 63 provinces in Vietnam and 10 countries. Hope i can be of your help!
Can host for 2 daysIm a travel lover. Also, a foodie. Been to 63 provinces in Vietnam and 10 countries. Hope i can be of your help!
Can host for 3 daysXin chào mọi người, mình là Hồng. Rất vui khi được gặp mọi người.
Can host for 3 daysI am spiritual person. I would like to meet someone at same level of happiness, joy, positivity, nature lover
KerenBI'm traveling the first time solo to Vietnam at the end of March and look forward to meeting others along the way!
NelchenHi, i am a 21 year old, interested in languages, traveling and meeting new people before I am finally gonna study -
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I travelled north to south for a month alone, and it was my first ever solo trip. I never felt unsafe, I only traveled by bus day or night, slept in dorms, mostly mixed, and had the time of my life. I totally recommend Vietnam alone.
I spent nearly a month in Vietnam backpacking solo. Went south to north and ended up travelling almost the entire time with a group of girls I met from my hostel the first night. Most people follow the same route so it was really easy to meet others.
I found Vietnam very easy. I stayed in both Hanoi and Hoi An and did trips from there. In both places, I stayed in hotels with reception which gave me the comfort of knowing someone was there. Day trips were inexpensive plus just walking and exploring in both places was amazing. My tip for Hoi An is to stay close to the river so you can easily walk to the night markets/lantern markets where most of the nighttime eateries are. I ate there every night.
I’ve been to Vietnam four times solo, up and down the country and into the interior to Dalat. Highly recommend Hoi An for its location (river and beach), dressmakers, cooking classes. Other favorites: Sapa, Halong Bay, Dalat, Hanoi. A beautiful, fascinating country with museums, temples, art, crafts, food.
Don't have to bring so many clothes as everything is cheap here. Vietnam has long latitudes so the south is hot and the north is cooler (even cold in the winter). High humidity and dust. Be cautious when u cross the streets due to crazy traffic.
Hoi An is commercialized a lot these days. You will only find chinese and korean shops everywhere. If you have time, just go there to see the ancient homes. Da Nang is wonderful, you must go to Hai van Pass, all the beautiful bridges and Son Tra peninsula. For the northhern Vietnam go to Ha Giang and hire a motorbike to go to Ma Pi Leng Pass, Dong Van. It is a hot place for vietnamese backpackers. You can have a ride to Ban Gioc waterfall in Cao Bang, the fourth biggest waterfall in the world. The forests in Northern Vietnam are much more stunning than the south, but the ocean in the south is much much beautiful.
Just spent a month in Vietnam! Had the best time there and it’s now become one of my favorite countries I’ve visited. I’d strongly recommend doing the Hai Van Pass from Hoi An to Hue. Insanely beautiful sights on the route. And you will find great food in both Hoi An and Hue. Also if you’re into nature, then I’d make a stop in Ninh Binh on the way to Hanoi (or a two day trip from Hanoi—I believe it’s only 2 hours away). The Trang An caves boat tour in Ninh Binh was a huge highlight for me. I’d also strongly recommend Ha Giang Loop! It was an incredible experience!
Vietnam is a lovely place..Halong bay is a must do..Vietnamese food is healthy...taste wise..I found food.. bland...have loads of fresh fruits...Had some amazing Indian food in Hanoi..loved it.!
Yes, Vietnam is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the area you are visiting, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Vietnam is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and the people are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of activities and attractions to explore, and the food is delicious. Plus, the cost of living is relatively low, making it an affordable destination.
Vietnam can be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive. However, if you plan to do a lot of sightseeing and activities, the cost can add up.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Vietnam. Check with your local Vietnamese embassy or consulate to find out what the requirements are for your country.
The official currency of Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong (VND). Make sure to exchange your money for VND before you arrive in Vietnam.
The official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. While English is widely spoken in the major cities, it is not as common in rural areas. It is recommended to learn some basic Vietnamese phrases before traveling to Vietnam.
Make sure to check with your doctor to see if you need any vaccinations before traveling to Vietnam.
Vietnam has a tropical climate with hot and humid weather year-round. The best time to visit is during the dry season from October to April.
Vietnam is generally a safe country to visit, but it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take necessary precautions.
Generally, the best time to visit Vietnam is from October to April, when the weather is dry and temperatures are mild. The months of May to September are the rainy season, and temperatures can be quite hot.
Yes, Vietnam is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
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