In Vietnam the power sockets used are of type A / C / G.
- Many of the new 4 and 5 star hotels use the British standard 3-pin plug (Electrical Plugs Type C and G)
Are accessible for your unlocked cell phone. Cell companies: Viettel, Mobifone, Vinaphone and Vietnamobile. Source: - Too Many Adapters -
Public Transport: Buses, Taxis, UBER and more...
Honestly, with Taxi's and UBER it makes traveling around Vietnam affordable as it is so cheap, to use the bus system with a language barrier, it cold make it such a hassle. There is also bicycle rickshaws and Xe Om (motorbike taxi) available so it is clear that with minimal negotiation skills, you can land yourself cheap transport.
- Mai Linh Express: Cross and Inter-Country.
Here is a great source for Transport in Vietnam: Link to Vietnam Online
Vietnam Railway: Vietnam from the North to the South, train could be a perfect choice. Many parts of the railways system in Vietnam go along or even through mountains, forests, plain and sea, so you would certainly enjoy a fascinating scenery.
Vietnamese greet each other shaking hands, using both hands. When greeting also a light bow forward with the head is respectful. Woman are more inclined to only bow, without shaking hands.
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: A large memorial in Hanoi, which is the place where Vietminh leader Ho Chi Minh, Chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam from 1951 until his death in 1969, read the Declaration of Independence on 2 September 1945, establishing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. - Google Maps
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
(Within a 20 KM radius)
2: Noi Bai International Airport - Hanoi - HAN - Google Maps
(Within a 20 KM radius)
Welcome to Vietnam, Motorbike city
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Official language: Vietnamese // Vietnam capital city: Hanoi // Approx population: 94 million // Government type: Socialist Republic // Currency: Vietnamese Dong // Ambulance Tel: 115, Fire Tel: 114, Police Tel: 113, International operator 110 // Standard tourist Visa is 15 to 30 days