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Vietnam is a country in Southeast Asia that’s located at the eastern edge of mainland Southeast Asia. With a population of over 96 million people, Vietnam is home to some of the world’s most spectacular and diverse landscapes and wildlife.
Vietnam is a country that went through prolonged warfare throughout the 20th century. Tourism is one of the most important elements of Vietnam’s economy, contributing 7.5% of their total GDP. In 2017, the country welcomed 13 million tourists
You’ll find plenty of things to do in Vietnam. With over 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the largest city, Ho Chi Minh City, and the beautiful Hạ Long Bay, there’s no limit to what you can explore.
Embark on an unforgettable journey through Vietnam. Discover jungles, lanterns, and savory Pho, and explore the country’s diverse landscape.
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Explore the beautiful city of Hoi An. Once renown as a Vietnamese trading port, it now celebrates its history and culture with plenty to see and do.
One of the best ways to explore Vietnam’s tranquil Tam Coc region is by rowboat.
In Vietnam, 5 million bikers turn wide boulevards into chasms of fear. They drive on the sidewalks and straight into shops. Here, chickens become breakfast.
A traveler reflects on her visit to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, ranked the sixth ugliest building in the world by CNN.
Living in Vietnam: Welcome to the Jungle
Moving to Vietnam to teach English opened my eyes to a whole new world. This rapidly-changing country is rich in culture and tradition.