Your question: How much is a bus in Vietnam?

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How much is transport in Vietnam?

Short journeys cost from $0.50, up to around $2 for a longer trip. As well as being a way to bet from A to B, some bicycle rickshaws take the form of a city tour which can be organized through a tour operator or hotel.

Is it safe to travel by bus in Vietnam?

If you’re on a bus, you are undoubtedly safer than a large portion of your fellow travelers. Vietnam is a motorbike country through and through and countless westerners opt to rent or buy a bike upon arrival. The thing is, motorbikes just aren’t safe.

How do most people travel in Vietnam?

Buses are the main mode of transport for locals in Vietnam, but travellers tend to prefer planes, trains and automobiles. Train Reasonably priced and comfortable enough in air-conditioned carriages (and sleepers). But note there are no real express trains.

How do I get a 5 year Vietnam visa?

If you or your parents have Vietnamese origins, you can apply for the five year visa. You’re also eligible if you’re married to a Vietnamese national. It’s basically a five year visa which requires you to leave Vietnam every six months (you could actually just cross the border in Cambodia and turn right back around).

Is Vietnam a poor country?

Vietnam is now defined as a lower middle income country by the World Bank. Of the total Vietnamese population of 88 million people (2010), 13 million people still live in poverty and many others remain near poor. Poverty reduction is slowing down and inequality increasing with persistent deep pockets of poverty.

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Can Vietnamese citizens leave Vietnam?

Answer: According to Article 33, 34 of the Law on exit and entry of Vietnamese citizens, Vietnamese citizens are allowed to exit or enter Vietnam when their passports and travel documents are intact and valid and have visas for foreign countries, and they are not subject to exit suspension and exit prohibition.

What should I avoid in Vietnam?

11 Things You Shouldn’t Eat or Drink in Vietnam

  • Tap water. Might as well start with the obvious one. …
  • Strange meat. We don’t mean street meat, as street food in Vietnam is amazing. …
  • Roadside coffee. …
  • Uncooked vegetables. …
  • Raw blood pudding. …
  • Cold soups. …
  • Dog meat. …
  • Milk.