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What to do and not to do abroad ? - Vietnam

By Fanny — Posted in Depaysemoi on

Depaysemoi Vietnam Tips Behavior abroad

You've dreamed of this trip for a long time, and that's it, you're there! The landscapes are splendid, the weather perfect, the food delicious, the locals are nice and smiling ... Well were nice and smiling! You don’t know why, but suddenly they seem insulted or even angry, it's true that you don’...

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What to eat in Vietnam ?

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Depaysemoi Vietnam Tips Food

Vietnam is not the country where you will strave. In addition to low prices, the country offers many different dishes to discover.
Lovers of street food, we found our happiness ! (And without killing our stomach, most of the time we didn't know what we were eating).
The animation of the streets i...

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A cruise on Ha Long Bay

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Depaysemoi Vietnam

Before going to the most famous part of the Bay of Ha Long, we get together for a few days in a no touristic corner where we can already see very closely these famous karstic peaks. Those few days allowed us to blow and reconcile with Vietnam (No one has tried to rip us off in this corner !) But the...

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Hue, former imperial capital of Vietnam

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Depaysemoi Vietnam Tips Travel Guide

When we arrived in Hue, we were filled with the atmosphere charged with history, the past can still be felt in the streets, buildings, in the hearts and minds of people. And for good reason, ancient imperial capital of Vietnam until 1945, Hue saw the successive emperors of the Nguyen dynasty. But...

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Hoi An, Vietnam heritage city

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Depaysemoi Vietnam Tips Travel Guide

Unesco World Heritage Site, Hoi An, the city of lanterns, is one of the must-see when visiting Vietnam, if only to discover the splendor of the old town and its wooden architecture.

Very well preserved, the city was once an influential seaport ideally placed for the silk trade between the 15th an...

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