vidalista uk Two years ago I went on a week-long trip to Vietnam. As you may know, I love Asia. The culture, the nature, the weather, the people – what is there not to love? Before this trip I had already visited many countries in Asia, but not Vietnam. A good friend of mine is Norwegian-Vietnamese, and after hearing her stories about Vietnam and the culture, I was really excited to visit the country.
cost of hydrochlorothiazide per pill A week is not much time to explore a country. I wanted to see as much as possible during my week in Vietnam, because there are so many interesting places to see there. After some serious planning, I managed to make a route that covered most of the places on my bucket list:
– Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City
– Day 2: Mekong Delta
– Day 3: Hoi An
– Day 4: Hoi An
– Day 5: Hanoi
– Day 6: Hanoi
– Day 7: Halong Bay
beclomethasone lotion price So, how did I manage to see all these places in only one week? The key is to save time on transport. Buses in Vietnam are slow, and the traffic is terrible. I recommend to fly as much as possible. With Vietnam Airlines and VietJet Air you can fly across the country for a reasonable price. On my trip, I flew between Ho Chi Minh City and Hoi An, and Hoi An and Hanoi. From Ho Chi Minh City I took a day trip to Mekong Delta, and from Hanoi I took a day trip to Halong Bay. It was a bit hectic – but I am very happy I managed to see all these places in such a short time.
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I arrived Ho Chi Minh City in the afternoon, and because I was going to another big city, Hanoi, later, I did not prioritize Ho Chi Minh City. Instead, I went on a day trip to Mekong Delta. I still got to see a small part of the city during my first evening. I met up with a Norwegian-Vietnamese friend, and we went to a night market and had a drink at a skybar with pretty amazing view.
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Hoi An is my favorite place in Vietnam – maybe even one of my favorite places in the whole world! The city can be described in three words; charming, traditional and cosy. The city is so amazing. The streets are filled with cheap restaurants, and I eat so much fantastic food here. Just outside Hoi An, the ruins “My Son” are located, and this is also an interesting place to visit.
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Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and is the country’s political center. Everywhere, you can see communistic propaganda posters. I found this very interesting, because it is so different from everywhere else I have been. Hanoi also has many big attractions. Hoam Kiem Lake and the area surrounding the lake is very beautiful and a must-visit. I also spent some time visiting several temples. It is very easy to walk around in Hanoi, and by walking around I discovered small markets and interesting streets without tourists.
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Halong Bay is maybe the most famous place in Vietnam – everyone have seen pictures of this place. I went there on a day trip from Hanoi. It is a very long day trip, with around four hours of driving each way. We went early in the morning and came back late at night. In Halong Bay, we went on a boat trip (which is essential). We even visited a floating village, how amazing is not that?
celadrin amazon uk If I had more time, I would also love to visit Sapa. Sapa is known for its beautiful rice marks, and the village is located north of Hanoi. I would also have spent more time at the beach, because Vietnam has many nice beaches. A popular party- and beach destination in Vietnam is Nha Trang, which is located between Ho Chi Minh City and Hoi An. Luckily, I know that I will go back to Vietnam in the future. Vietnam does not only have a rich culture and beautiful nature, it is also the home to the nicest and most welcoming people I have ever met!