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Generally tipping is not required or expected in Vietnam. However, any extra money is appreciated. Tipping bellmen is always appreciated, even a token amount. Round up to the nearest 5,000 Dong (or greater) when paying cabbies (you don't want a lot of 1,000 Dong notes since they're almost worthless) There are some some locations where people actively ...
This sounds like a very poor judgment on behalf of Korean Airlines. Technically speaking, it is required that the ticket will show the same name on the passport but first and last are sufficient. I've traveled so many times from the US and never placed a middle name. You're not only entitled to get your money back but you're also entitled for a compensation ...
I've been to Sihanoukville in Cambodia and stayed in a resort that was a decent way out of the town - great food, good service (it's run by Australians). Somewhat not useful in that I cannot remember the name of the hotel (so sorry!) but I recommend the coast of Cambodia, incredibly peaceful and cheap.
It very clearly mentions in the regulations on the document that you cannot keep it at the service for more than 48 hours, Baggage only held within 48 hours. After 48 hours, it will be treated as unclaimed baggage. Keeping this in mind, the $12 fee is applicable when you store your luggage for 24-48 hours, after which it will be deemed as unclaimed ...
Where are you staying in HCMC when you first arrive and come back? If it's the same place, and it's not an absolute shithole, they'll probably be glad to hold your bags for a few weeks since you're coming back, either for free or a small charge (not US$100!).
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