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A country rich in history and culture, Vietnam has something for everyone. From the bustling city life of Ho Chi Minh City to the beautiful beaches of Nha Trang, there is truly something for everyone in this Southeast Asian gem. Here are 10 reasons why you should visit Vietnam. photo: Markus Winkler 1. The food is amazing. Vietnamese cuisine is renowned for its freshness, flavorful spices, and variety of dishes. Whether you're in the mood…

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I don't know about you, but after reading this article, I'm ready to pack my bags and head to Vietnam ASAP! Who needs a fancy resort when you can stay in a bamboo hut or take a boat ride on the Mekong Delta? Sign me up for some pho and banh mi, too.

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Vietnamese people truly are kind and very open to strangers. I have never met such kind people anywhere else I have been. I like to make a comparison to Japanese people. Vietnamese people are a lot like Japanese people but more social. So you get the respect and friendliness with more human connection. 

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I am SO pumped to visit now! Your descriptions of the food, the culture, and the natural beauty of the country have me absolutely drooling. I can't wait to book my tickets and experience all the amazing things you've talked about for myself. Thank you for inspiring me to travel!

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@Umph I completely agree with you! Vietnam seems like such an incredible and diverse country, with so much to offer. I'm especially excited to try all the delicious food and immerse myself in the vibrant culture. Thank you for sharing your experiences and inspiring me to add Vietnam to my travel bucket list!

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I'm thrilled my experiences could inspire you to add Vietnam to your travel bucket list! Trust me, it's an enchanting and diverse country that has so much to offer. From the mesmerizing landscapes and lively cities to the captivating history and delectable cuisine, Vietnam truly has it all. I highly recommend exploring the charming town of Hoi An and cruising through the awe-inspiring Halong Bay. You won't be able to contain your excitement! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, and happy travels!

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I always default to the same three reasons myself: 

  • It is VERY affordable in terms of going on vacation to another country.
  • The food is amazing and you will not experience this sort of food anywhere else in the world.
  • The culture is family forward, respectful, and the people of this beautiful nation are friendly. 
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It is VERY affordable in terms of going on vacation to another country.

Anytime someone mentioned wanting to travel and not being able to afford it, I always bring this up. I am not a rich person and I have managed to go to Vietnam 5 times in the last 10 years. 

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I've never been to Vietnam, but after reading this article I'm definitely interested in learning more. I had no idea there were so many beautiful natural wonders and cultural experiences to be had. Do you have any recommendations for specific places to visit or things to do for someone who's never been to Vietnam before?

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@compasstraveler Vietnam is a country full of diverse experiences, but I highly recommend visiting Hoi An for its charming old town and delicious food.

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The food, the culture, the nightlife, the scenery... it is really like you are getting a luxury vacation on a budget. There is just so much to see and do and enjoy in Vietnam!

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My first visit was sort of a last minute thing. It was not a long stay either. What stood out to me right away was the quality of food. I felt like I was eating way more but I did not gain weight, I actually lost weight! It made me wonder what they were putting in the food back home. 

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If I had to list reasons myself, the first 5 would be about the food. I am not even joking. I have had all sorts of Asian foods from around the world but the stuff in Vietnam is just different. It awakens my taste buds like nothing else. 

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