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sunshineqd1 Jul 23rd, 2019 11:17 AM

[Help] Travel to Vietnam
 
Hello guys! I have a plan to travel to Vietnam next month. I think I will visit Da Nang city??? Is it Okay? Any suggestion for me to choose a hotel, where to get delicious food?
Thank you so much!

Kathie Jul 23rd, 2019 01:24 PM

Is DaNang the only place you plan to visit? DaNang now consists of a long line of high-rise beach hotels. Is that what you are looking for by visiting VN?

Where are you coming from, and how long do you intend to stay?

DinHo Jul 23rd, 2019 07:39 PM

Besides Danang (Hoian), you can check out Hue and Phong Nha cave in Central VN (Worth a visit).

sunshineqd1 Jul 23rd, 2019 11:48 PM


Originally Posted by Kathie (Post 16958336)
Is DaNang the only place you plan to visit? DaNang now consists of a long line of high-rise beach hotels. Is that what you are looking for by visiting VN?

Where are you coming from, and how long do you intend to stay?

Hi! I'm from Korea and I have no idea which city I should choose for my trip. But I heared that Da Nang is "Worth - living" city. I think I will stay in Vietnam 2 weeks. So I'm confused to make a decision.

crellston Jul 23rd, 2019 11:49 PM

Why Danang? It not really a "plan" is is it?

"Is it okay?" No not really. One of my least favourite places in Vietnam.

Any suggestion for me to choose a hotel, where to get delicious food? - There are more than 1000 hotels in and around how can anyone possibly recommend a hotel or food outlet without any clue as to what you are looking for in type of hotel, location, price etc.

Kathie Jul 24th, 2019 08:08 AM

Let me suggest you get a good guidebook for VN. You need to start at the beginning and figure out what interests you. I'd suggest that you visit at least one of the two major cities: Hanoi and/or HCMC. With two weeks, you can cover say, three major stops.

crellston Jul 24th, 2019 12:02 PM

"But I heared that Da Nang is "Worth - living" city." Da Nang has won several awards as the most "liveable" city in Vietnam but as far as tourism is concerned, it has few attractions for a visitor. A lot of Koreans do visit the many very large hotels there and do day trips to to places like Hoi An. If all you want is a beach and a resort hotel, then fair enough. If you want to see Vietnam then do as Kathie suggests and invest in a guide book and look for places that really interest you.

Vietnam is a great country but Da Nang really isn’t that interesting. I spent three weeks in your country and enjoyed every city we visited more than I did Da Nang


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