Surface:Vietnam has a total area of 329,560 sq km.
Population: Vietnam has a population of 87,375,000, comprising mainly of Buddhists, Muslims, Daoists, Confucians and Christians.
System of government: Vietnam is a socialist republic.
Capital: Hanoi with a population of nearly 3,145,300 is the capital of Vietnam.
Religion: Buddhism, Islam and Confucianism are the most important religions in Vietnam.
Official Language: Vietnamese is the state language, but English, French and Chinese are also spoken.
Government: Vietnam is a socialist republic.
Climate: Vietnam has a tropical climate with the northern side receiving heavy rainfall.
Units of measure and electricity: Vietnam follows the metric system of measurement and its official electrical unit is 220V, 50Hz.
Time Zone: The Vietnamese standard time is GMT + 7.
Currency: Vietnam Dong (1€ = 23,106.37 VND)
Travel documents required: People from all the nations require a visa for entering Vietnam; these visas are valid for a one-time stay of 30 days.
While most tourists neglect Vietnam’s third-largest city in favor of nearby Hué and Hoi An, Danang has considerable charm in its own right. The economic powerhouse of central Vietnam, it combines the buzz of a bigger city with beautiful beaches and great restaurants. A lot of money has recently been poured into tree-lined boulevards, bridges and beachside resorts. Back in the heady days of the American War, Danang was referred to as the ‘Saigon of the North’. This held a note of both praise and condemnation: like its big southern sister, Danang was notable for its booming economy, fine restaurants, busy traffic and glittering shops. Entertaining the soldiers from the nearby American base was a profitable business – bars and prostitution were major industries, and that sleazy legacy lingers....
Whether you’ve traveled 18 hours internationally or 1 hour on a domestic flight… no one wants to worry about transportation to and from the airport. For anyone who has traveled to Hanoi before, you know that this can be an issue. Getting to/from Hanoi: What to Look Out For The drive from Noi Bai airport into Hanoi can take anywhere from 45 minutes to over an hour, depending on traffic and your final destination. Adding to the extended travel time is the worry about cost and safety when getting there. Unfortunately, not all transportation options are entirely safe, dependable or trustworthy. Between careless drivers paying more attention to their cell phones than oncoming buses, complete uncertainty with the location of your hotel and taxi meter scams (which are upsettingly frequent in...