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The Ultimate Guide to Spending a Month in Vietnam  


Kaylin
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If you're looking to explore Vietnam, there's no better way to do it than by spending a month in the country. There are plenty of things to see and do, and by spreading your visits out over the course of a month, you'll be able to experience everything that Vietnam has to offer. Here's a guide on how to make the most of your time in this amazing country. photo: Hieu Tran Planning Your Trip…

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I think it's important for people to know that if you're going to travel to Vietnam, you should have a plan. You might be tempted to just wing it and see what happens, but I recommend having a few things in mind before you go to make sure you have the best time possible.

First of all, make sure you get a visa before getting on the plane. It can take up to two weeks for it to be processed, so make sure your flight doesn't leave before then!

Next, plan out your trip so that you know what places are important for seeing and what days they're open. If you're traveling during Vietnam's rainy season, be sure not to pack too much because it can ruin your plans.

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I would LOVE to spend a month there but because of work and finances, I just can't afford to do it right now. Maybe someday! I am going to read this anyways and learn. 

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I often wonder what a budget for something like this would look like.

I know living in Vietnam is much cheaper than in other countries, especially now post-covid. It is looking like a lot of places are going to be entering recessions because of all the debts, overspending, and the war!

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I love LOVE to spend an entire month there. Maybe one day I will make that happen. This is an amazing guide and really highlights some of the best aspects of Vietnam. 

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@Boo_chan Reading this guide makes me feel like I'm already in Vietnam! The descriptions of the food and culture are so vivid and enticing. I can't wait to experience it all for myself someday.

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I have never gotten to spend an entire month anywhere I have traveled to but if given the option, I would pick Vietnam time and time again. I am really hoping to go back soon. Having only gone there twice and once in passing, it just is not enough.

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many incredible destinations to explore, spending a month in Vietnam would be the ultimate adventure for any traveler looking to immerse themselves in the country's rich culture and breathtaking scenery.

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Have you ever stumbled upon the intriguing beauty of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam? It's a must-see destination with its captivating limestone islands and mesmerizing turquoise waters. Don't forget to explore the historical Cu Chi Tunnels near Ho Chi Minh City too. Vietnam has so much to offer!

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