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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.
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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.
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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.
Known for its cooler climate and coffee plantations, Dalat is a must-see in Vietnam.
In this immense Vietnamese valley, curious children practice newly-learned English and red-dressed women entice buyers with hand-crafted wares.
Join the search through narrow streets for Vietnam’s weasel coffee. You may be surprised by the brewing process.