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Is it possible to rent a bike in one city and drop off in another, when traveling to Vietnam? It depends, namely on what cities you want to rent and drop off your bike in. There are a few one-way rental companies with motorcycles targeted at tourists. The one I saw advertised most often when I was in Vietnam last month was Motorvina. These companies ...
I'm not aware of any bike-rental companies that operate in multiple cities. What a lot of tourists do is simply purchase the bike outright -- you can pick up a perfectly serviceable Honda for $300 -- and then sell, give away, or abandon the bike at the end of the trip.
You'll want to look around what's known as the Old Quarter of Hanoi. You'll find hotels and hostels of various levels of quality throughout the area. However, Ma May and the surrounding streets are probably a good place to start for backpacker hostels (and bars), as is the little maze of streets just to the north of St Joseph's Cathedral. The latter area is ...
You can visit and book hostel at Hanoi Old Quater which is center of Hanoi and concentrate a lot of tourists when travelling in Vietnam.
The offical website for the Vietnamese embassy in Canada is: http://www.vietem-ca.com/ This is from a list of Vietnamese diplomatic missions abroad provided by the Vietnamese government here (Although my experience of Vietnam and the Internet would not give me complete faith in it being kept up to date). The website with the lists was linked to as an ...
No, that isn't true. Vietnam doesn't operate a true "Visa on Arrival" system. In additional, all visas for Vietnam have a fee. Some nationalities can enter without a visa, paying nothing and being allowed to remain for 15 days, but neither of your nationalities s are included in that list. Your options for entering Vietnam are: Apply for a visa in advance ...
You have to return the rented motobike at Bai Thom before flying to HCMC.
There are numerous routes to get to Laos from Vietnam, but most of travellers and tourism agencies choose to use the three common roads below: Highway No.279 from Dien Bien Phu City, crossing Tay Trang International Checkpoint. Highway No.8 from Vinh City of Nghe An, crossing Cau Treo International Checkpoint. Highway No.9A from Dong Ha, crossing Lao Bao ...
Firstly - more for the benefit of anyone else in this situation in the future - Vietnam Airlines should rebook you for free if your flight is scheduled to depart earlier than planned: https://www.vietnamairlines.com/en/terms-of-use/information-and-service-in-irregular-flight The same link also alludes to compensation for delays of over 4 hours; for the ...
Sounds like you want compensation for not seeing some sites in Vietnam. Were you on a package tour from a tour company that included the flights or a package tour from the airline? If it was a package tour, then you have grounds to ask for refunds for the missed activities. If you were doing your own thing, then they owe you nothing, as every airline's ...
As a complement to the other answers, I can offer my personal experience that I made it in and out of the country (and the conference) without any trouble, using a visa-on-arrival letter. Of course, this is not authoritative information, just anecdotal.
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