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DON’Ts AND Dos IN VIETNAM
 
 
DOs:
  • Drink plenty of water, especially when trekking or joining a picnic as with the humid climate, you will be dehydrated and thirsty easily. Remember to buy water at convenience stores or supermarket rather than at street vendors and avoid drinking from tap water and ice cubes if you have a sensitive stomach.
  • Keep all valuables in a safe place or at safety box at hotel. If you have much cash, you should divide into small amounts and put them in different places with you, so in case you meet the pickpocket or lose money elsewhere, you still have others to use. If you are on tour, please do not leave your valuables in the vehicle, take all with you since no one will take responsibilities in case you lose your belongings which is not along with you.
  • When visit sacred areas as temple or pagoda, wear long trousers and dress respectfully.
  • Refer to information carefully before traveling abroad from reliable sources as internet, your friends or reputable travel agent. 
  • Always carry a map which you could easily take ones from your hotel and hotel card in case you need to show to the locals, taxi driver or motorcycle taxi riders. 
  • Ask for permission before taking pictures even if you are at big cities or urban areas. If you have a tour guide, you could ask him/her to help you ask for permission. At military or restricted area, you should pay attention since most of these areas do not allow for taking photos.
  • When crossing the road, walk steadily and slowly in the same direction, always looking to the left and right. Do not run or make sudden movements.
  • Try not to lose face in public - hold your temper and put on the biggest smile you have.
  • Certainly confirm the exchange rate before exchanging money at any exchange money boosts or shops
  • Always bring tissue or toilet paper along with you. This is quite funny but you will not be able to realize its importance until you need it.
 
DONTs:
  • Do not wear a lot of jewelry’s or show valuables in public, you might be a target for pickpockets or robbers, especially at big cities and touristic destinations.
  • Express the affection of lovers in public like deep kisses but holding hands should be fine.
  • Do not offer money to begging children or minority people. Donate or, even better, volunteer at a local charity instead. When travelling in remote areas, it is okay to offer candies or small gifts, such as pens, paper, soap etc ...
  • Sleep or sit when the foot pointing straight at the altar or temples when you break at someone's home
  • Do not go out alone when it is too late, or in secluded place.
  • Do not go naked or topless on beaches or in the water. Culturally, this is incredibly innappropriate and offensive
 

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Testimonials
  • Akasdeep Banerjee - India

    ...The moment I decided to explore this country, I knew I had to rely on a very very reliable and locally experienced tour agency. I am happy to say that VietSense Travel has topped in all my checkboxes of expectation. All I had to do was to have a couple of round of discussions with their highly experienced person and finalize the tailor made trip for us. One doesn't need to think beyond that. They arrange everything so scrupulously with a superb time management that you can't but have to praise them...

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  • Debbie Bokelman - South Africa
     
    All I can say is - WOW!! From the welcome lunch to the farewell dinner - everything was amazing. Drivers and guides were always punctual - without fail. Knowledge of the guides was exceptional. Their willingness to advise on things to do with free time was amazing and they did not fail. Everything they recommended was good. Thuy Pham (tour organizer) was available 24/7 and was flexible and made a plan when my Mom got flu and we needed to change our plans. Thank you thank you thank you Thuy for an amazing trip. Will definitely tell all my friends about it.
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  • June Monrad USA

    ...Overall the trip went very smoothly. Our guides and drivers were always on time. They were very responsible, friendly, and always had our best interests in mind. They taught us a lot about the sites, its history and the people of Vietnam. We liked all of them, especially Star in Hanoi. They really made the trip for us! We highly recommend VietSense Travel if you plan to visit Vietnam...

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  • Debby Copeland - New Zealand

    ...Tours were arranged by Thuy before and after the cruise and the guides provided an excellent service and were extremely well informed about the history of the countries and the sites we visited. Similarly the guides provided for the tours from the cruise had a wealth of knowledge and kept us interested - and amused at times ! The Jahan cruise was excellent and the staff could not have been more welcoming and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff on the ship...

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