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The Different Cities in Vietnam: Hoi An, Saigon, Hanoi, and More  


Kaylin
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There’s no one “right” way to experience Vietnam. The country is vast and diverse, with each region offering its own unique flavors, sights, and sounds. From the chaotic streets of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) to the ancient town of Hoi An, from the misty peaks of Ha Long Bay to the bustling metropolis of Hanoi, Vietnam is a country that has something for everyone. No matter where you go in Vietnam, you’ll be…

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I love Hoi An! I went there on my honeymoon and it was so beautiful.

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I've been to Hoi An and Saigon, but I still want to go to Hanoi! I'm hoping to visit Vietnam soon so I can check out all of these cities.

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All beautiful cities. I have been to most of them. I have not stayed in all of them unfortunately. A few I have only spent maybe a day in. I hope to do an extended stay in Vietnam some day and go to each city for a week stay each!

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@homeg1rl Same. I would love to stay one to two weeks in each city and make a huge vacation of it. I am not sure how long one can stay in Vietnam though without becoming a citizen. 

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I love how popular so many of these wonderful cities have become for tourism. I think it is helping them expand more and their economy strengthens because of it. 

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