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Vietnam, an S-shaped country (or as the Vietnamese proudly say, “a dragon shape country”) is located to the west of the South China Sea (or Bien Dong – The East Sea – as the Vietnamese name it). With all her hidden charm in culture, history and people, Vietnam has gained her fame in recent years throughout the world as a safe and attractive destination.
Indochina Pioneer facilitates your holiday by arranging all services making up your trip. Here are some suggestions to ensure that your adventure meets and hopefully exceeds your expectations before your departure. Also, remember to relax, be patient, and keep an open mind. Bring your sense of humor and adventure and discover the magic of Vietnam!! (15) or thirty (30) day stay in Vietnam.
Detailed information regarding visas procedures, cost and options in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Remember to check if you are from a country with Visa Exemption!
Indochina Pioneer Vietnam does everything possible to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. However, traveling always involves some risk, so we require that you purchase travel insurance to protect you and your possessions against trip cancellation, medical problems, baggage loss or damage.
When you are traveling in this region and if you need medical assistance, Indochina Pioneer always recommends SOS emergency evacuation service to include in a travel package beside Travel insurance service. International SOS emergency air evacuation service is different from Travel insurance. When an accident happens SOS international system will be accessed immediately by Indochina Pioneer.
Dining on traditional Vietnamese cuisine is part of total immersion into the culture. Vietnamese food is quite unlike any other food in Southeast Asia. It’s even quite different from China. Overall it’s a blend of Malay; Indian; French and influences and incorporates baguettes and pate from France; and curries and chilies from India.
Vietnam's culture demands that you observe certain strictures, although the Vietnamese are generally very forgiving of unintentional faux pas. Petty urban crime and military sensitivity aside, the Vietnamese are very welcoming to their visitors. Vietnamese hospitality will make you feel right at home, more so when you keep the following tips in mind.
There are many carriers flying from and to Indochina. The price is reasonable and airfare can be altered without any difficulty. To check availabilities and air carriers that fit your budgets and taste, see our recommendations below.
Find Vietnam Embassies in your country and Worldwide, that featuring information on travel to, news and study in Vietnam and more....
Tet has become so familiar, so sacred to the Vietnamese that when Spring arrives, the Vietnamese, wherever they may be, are all thrilled and excited with the advent of Tet, and they feel an immense nostalgia, wishing to come back to their homeland for a family reunion and a taste of the particular flavours of the Vietnamese festivities.
Weddings are occasions that bring family and friends together. Invitations ton weddings are something to look forward to.Most weddings occur after the raivy season and prior to Tet.The rice has already been harvested so food is plentiful and the sun is out,which makes it a better time for photography.
The Vietnamese language is a very difficult one to learn. Being a tonal language, with regional variations, it is nigh on impossible for a short-term traveller to get their mouth and tongue around some of the pronunciations (so it is very easy to say something impolite or inappropriate).