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Safety on touring to HCMC, VN

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Saigon, HCMC, has long been charming and entitled " Safe destination for tourists". Police reports and tourists' feedback recently showed some undesired happenings. In crossing the road or sitting at an open-air diner some foreign visitors lost their cameras, cash, cards in their carrying bags.
To keep yourself away from that nuisance kindly pay attention to the advice given from the tour management / guide,.
HCMC amazingly attracts tourists. Do not let " snatch and run" makes your tour unhappy.
Safety rules are simple. Better wear no jewelry, keep camera rounded to the wrist and walk in a private group.

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