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I often do it at Duc Nhuan 37 Hang Dau, the price depends on the fabric material, but the cost now for tailored shirts is about from 15$ to 20$, if you want to get it back soonest, please pay some extra. You also can do it at: Duc Class - 73 Nguyen Huan
Tipping is not expected in Vietnam, but will be greatly appreciated. Smart hotels and restaurants nowadays add a 5% -10% service charge (which should be indicated on the bill) but elsewhere it’s up to you. In most cases, a few thousand dong will be an adequate tip. It is customary, though not compulsory, to tip tour guides and drivers at the end of a tour. ...
There is a free shuttle bus between the two terminals. In addition, there are golf carts standing by at some cost. Details can be found on the Vietnam airports website, which says: Passengers can use shuttle bus (free of charge for transit passengers) to transport between T1 and T2 terminal. Time of operation: From 06h00 to 24h00 (local time); ...
Writing this sat in Da Nang airport. You're going to find the heart and sun difficult. Plenty of water (take some cash and you'll be able to buy bottles along your route) and sun cream required. In terms of risk of being attacked you'll be fine I think, but the road often lack footpaths and where they do exist they are often filled with scooters/chairs/food ...
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