Why Vietnam?

Have you ever heard about taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi? Watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane? Exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park? You will get this unforgettable experience once coming to Vietnam!

A land of staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities, of dynamic megacities and hill-tribe villages, Vietnam is both exotic and compelling. Before making a decision to spend your holiday in Vietnam, let’s discover what foreigners usually ask about this country!

Why Vietnam with Trawel Mart?

Vietnam is a popular tourist destination, and people can find 1000s of “Vietnam tour packages’ ‘or “Vietnam tourism” pages that set an itinerary for “places to visit in Vietnam’. While there are several places to visit in Vietnam, a holiday is more than just sightseeing. At Trawel Mart we place more importance on the entire travel experience than just the list of places to see in Vietnam or any other destination. From comfortable stays to a carefully-curated itinerary, our Vietnam holiday packages focus on giving you an experience of Vietnam along with a relaxing or adventurous holiday… your choice. Our packages have a range of features suiting travellers of every type, for no two travellers are alike. Planning a perfect trip to Vietnam? We’ve got you covered!

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Top Attractions of Russia

The Moscow Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin

This “Fortress inside a city” is a major tourist attraction of Russia, I mean, this Kremlin Palace! Yes, of course, this is an open fact and everyone knows it very well. It is best known for its Kremlins AKA Russian citadels and includes five palaces, four cathedrals including this “Grand Kremlin Palace” with Kremlin towers.

St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Basil's Cathedral

Ivan Vasilyevich also known as Ivan Grozny, the first Tsar of Russia, ordered the construction of this cathedral in the mid-16th century and the idea behind the building of this cathedral was to honor the victories of the Russian armies over the independent Tatar khanates of Kazan and Astrakahn.

Red Square
Red Square

 Moscow’s Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad) with the Kremlin was added to UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. It is the most famous and largest places to visit in Moscow.

The State Tretyakov Gallery
The State Tretyakov Gallery

An invaluable treasure trove of art, “the State Tretyakov Gallery” was built in the year 1856. Unlike the name suggests, the gallery was not founded by one, but by two brothers Tretyakov and his younger brother Sergei.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Ruins, beaches, rice terraces, spectacular landscapes and some of the most beguiling cities on earth can all be discovered within Vietnam's boundaries. It also has the crown for the world's cheapest beer for its locally brewed Bia Hoi that is freshly made every day and contains no preservatives.

1. Try snake wine at Hoi a Night Market. 2. Drive the length of the country on a motorbike. 3. Board a party boat in Ha Long Bay. 4. Join the Saigon Soul Pool Party. 5. Experience the nightlife at Bia Hoi Corner. 6. Go canyoning in Da Lat. 7. Flyboard in Nha Trang.

Most visits to Vietnam are trouble free but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings in big cities and tourist areas.

The climate in Vietnam is varied, that means the best time to travel to the country in terms of the weather will depend on where precisely you want to go and what you want to do. Broadly speaking, Vietnam has 3 regions: North, Central and South and climate in each region is different. The winter monsoon that runs from October to March typically makes the north of the country cool and damp, while the south is dry and warm. From April or May to October, the summer monsoon generally leads to the whole nation becoming quite humid and hot - except for around the mountains.

The approximate daily cost of renting a motorbike in Hanoi, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh, and other Vietnamese cities, is VND 100,000 - VND 200,000. Most Vietnamese bike rental companies usually take 50% deposit and 50% balance upon collection.

The local currency is the Vietnamese dong but U.S. dollars are widely accepted and easy to exchange. It is not hard for you to change most common foreign currencies in the main cities. Vietnam also has network of ATMs throughout the country's big cities and towns. Major credit cards, such as Visa and MasterCard, are widely accepted in many cities and main tourist attractions, although be aware that there's usually a three per cent charge for using a credit card. Depends on the level of spending you're happy with. e.g., You can get a tour to Cu Chi for < $10, but doing it yourself with a taxi/rented car and driver will.

There are no restrictions on the amount of cash that travelers can bring into Vietnam, but it may have to be declared at customs. If the cash is in Vietnamese Dong, the individual can carry up to ₫15,000,000 without having to declare it.

With its natural marvels, old-world charm, vibrant colors, savory cuisines, and inspiring scenery, Vietnam makes itself a recommended place for the honeymooners. And the best honeymoon destinations in Vietnam are sure to provide some unforgettable & meaningful experiences to the couples.

Vietnam has both a tropical climate zone and a temperate climate zone, with all of the country experiencing the effects of the annual monsoon. Rainy seasons correspond to monsoon circulations, which bring heavy rainfall in the north and south from May to October, and in the central regions from September to January.

The primary Federal law governing alcohol policy is the 21st Amendment, which repealed national prohibition. It also gives individual States control over: Whether to allow sale of alcohol in the State. Whether to allow importing alcohol into the State.

The current health system in Vietnam is a mixed public-private provider system. The public system, the largest part, is organized under an administrative hierarchy, with the central level under the Ministry of Health and local levels under provincial and municipal authorities.

There is much to enjoy in Vietnam with kids – the enchanting water puppet theatres, laid-back beach resorts and islands, friendly local communities and of course the trains, boats and cycle rides.

You should plan to spend around d1,206,481 ($52) per day on your vacation in Vietnam, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, d275,483 ($12) on meals for one day and d245,635 ($10) on local transportation.

Ten days allows enough time to see multiple regions of Vietnam comfortably, including the north, south, coast, and highland national parks. A solid 10-day itinerary is a highlights tour of Vietnam. Discover Hanoi, a city whose history dates back 3,000 years.

Despite the varied landscape of Vietnam, all of the cuisine contains this brilliant balance of aromatics, heat, sweetness, sourness, and fish-sauciness. As with other Asian cuisines, it's all about the yin and yang; the sweet and the salty, the cooling and the warming, the fresh and the fermented.

In Summary of Alcohol in Vietnam If you can come to Vietnam, many locals here are friendly enough to want to grab a drink with you. But remember one thing, the legal age in Vietnam is 18 years old. Meaning people under 18 can't buy or legally drink alcohol.

For emergency assistance involving a U.S. citizen, please call the following numbers: From the United States: 1-888-407-4747 within the United States or +1 202-501-4444 internationally and review the information here. For Embassy Hanoi: 24/7 hotline at (024) 3850-5000 within Vietnam or +8424-3850-5000 internationally.

Vietnam is an inexpensive country to live in. Most items cost less than half of what you would pay in the West, and anywhere from 5% to 25% less than what they would cost in many other Southeast Asian countries. Vietnam's most expensive city is Ho Chi Minh City, followed by Hanoi.

1: Unaware of Vietnamese Table Manners. 2: Unacceptable Public Behaviours In Vietnam. 3: Unaware of Religions. 4: Disrespect to National Heroes. 5: Cross the Street Without Paying Attention. 6: Neglect Your Personal Belongings While On The Streets. 7: Get on A Random Taxi or Motorbike.

A widely popular and inexpensive mode of travel, buses cover all provinces and cities of Vietnam. Though it may be difficult to get used to the local bus system, you may also take advantage of tourist bus which operates between travel destinations, with better conditions and less crowd.

This is particularly true of those from Southern Vietnam, which was heavily influenced by Western ideals of individualism and liberalism. On the other hand, the North of Vietnam is generally considered more conservative, traditionally minded and complicit with the communist regime.

Nightlife in Vietnam is becoming more and more active with loads of bars and pubs in big cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Halong Bay, Da Nang, and Phu Quoc. Tourists can't help but immersing themselves in one of the lively pubs, best rooftop bars, secrets bars, and hidden alleys in Vietnam.

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