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Thailand Travel Advices

Here is some Thailand travel advice that came directly out of my journal. Most are just some random observations and tidbits that I didn’t feel like categorizing and should make your life a little easier.

Large entertainment complex constructed in Long An

An entertainment complex called Happy Land, similar to the famous amusement destinations in the world such as Disneyland and Universal Studio, has been constructed by Phu An Infrastructure Development and Construction JSC, a subsidiary of Khang Thong Group in a quite convenient position in Ben Luc District, Long An Province, only 20 minutes by car away from HCM City.

International visitors to Vietnam in September and 9 months of 2011

International visitors to Vietnam in September estimated 286,618 arrivals. Total international arrivals in 9 months reached 4,312,127 representing a 15.5% growth over the same period of 2010.

Exploring Hai Van Pass

Lying at the natural border between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Danang City as a giant dragon, Hai Van- the longest pass in the Central Viet Nam is approximately 21 km long.

Tram Chim during flooding season

If you are visiting Dong Thap Province in the flooding season, tourists, even locals in the Mekong Delta will feel excited with the familiar and strange feeling of nature in the alluvium wetland. If travelers come from other regions, that feeling will intensify when sitting on a small wooden boat drifting along the dark red canal, winding in the forest and then falling into the vast space of sky and water.

Vietnam Highlights

All sightseeings in Vietnam from North-South-Central and Mekong Delta.

General Dos & Don'ts for Vietnam

Vietnam is a friendly and safe place to travel with the hidden charm. But each country have special different, Vietnam too. Different about culture, history and style life… With a sprinkling of common sense, your trip should be smooth and trouble free. Do not be overly paranoid though. Generally, Vietnamese are very appreciative if they see you trying to abide by the customs, and very forgiving if you get it wrong or forget. If you make the effort, you will be rewarded. With a cool head and sensible planning, one can avoid these problems.

The below advice meant to help you have a perfect trip to Vietnam:

Beaches in Vietnam

Vietnam is blessed with a coastline stretching 3,000 kilometers with hundreds of beaches up and down the country that cater to all tastes; from white sand beaches where you can view sunsets, to beaches with 5 star facilities, and beaches with nothing at all to do except swim, relax and enjoy the local culture.