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Vietnam is one of the safest coutries to travel? Normally, after visiting Vietnam tourists will tell their friends tons of places to visit. You have to go to Ha Long Bay, you have to visit Hoi An, you must go to this Hanoi restaurant .. It’s true, Vietnam is a seriously interesting destination, very different to the western world, interesting goods and great prices, and diverse services. Millions of tourists come to our country every year. Most of you will tell others about information on places to visit. Few tourists pass on essential Vietnam Tourism Safety which can make the difference in a good holiday and a sensational one. Sagomeko was created to give visitors to Vietnam not only a place to SHARE travel experiences, but also a place to share SAFETY tips for the most economical and safe way to enjoy your trip.

 

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Safest coutries in the world - water

The first safety travel in Vietnam

Vietnam in the first list of the safest coutries in the worls to travel, but tap water should not be drunk directly, even brushing your teeth you should use bottled water. Request cold drinks without ice, just to be on the safe side, in case the ice was made with tap water.
Tip: Bring your own thermos bottle and straw, to help safe the environment, let’s travel responsibly.

Safest countries in the world - taxi

Taxi- Moving safely

Use the big taxi companies like Mailinh or Vinasun in the big cities. All companies must have tablets showing maps and prices. Popular tourist destinations, also attract fake and unlicensed taxis. Stay safe and smart – always look for the tablet on the dash board and the official driver ID badge.
Tip: visit a coffee shop or restaurant and ask them to call a taxi for you. Download some applications to move around such as : Grab, Go-Viet, Bee…Travel safely & smartly.

Safest countries in the world - tourist trap

Street-vendors- Avoiding tourist traps

The street vendor is a typical image in your eyes of Vietnam, but sadly these too are sometimes a tourist trap. You may pay a large sum of money for buying from them. Say “no” explicitly and contact the nearest tourist police if you are concerned.
Tip: coconuts & fruits are available in convenience stores & café at great prices.

Safest countries in the world - Bike

Cycle - Many cases happened

An interesting vehicle for you to visit the city in, but it is also a trouble to our tourism. The tourists who are self-sufficient, or solo travelers, are often cheated by being offered very cheap prices to take a ride. Then at the end of cyclo trip, they know how to make you pay 10 times the price they offered.
Tip: Travel agencies operate many cyclo tours in the City. Use a travel agent to book your Cyclo Tour – it’s worth it!

Vietnam one of the safest countries to travel

Safest countries in the world - money

Money - Travel Safely & Smartly

Vietnamese currency is a confusing thing for you with a lot of zeroes, so check your change from a restaurant or store carefully.
Tip: 100,000 VND – hide the last four zero’s and divide by 2 to convert into dollars, or by 3 to convert into pounds.

Safest countries in the world - camera

Smartphone / Camera - Be careful

In the big cities, pictures of traffic, motorcycles, daily life are so tempting to visitors to stop and take pictures. But please don’t stand too close to the edge of the road, or you could lose your phone ot tablet to a drive by snatcher.
Tip: go to a cafe or restaurant has floor, choose one corner upstairs for a drink, it’s more comfortable and relaxed and you can shoot the views and traffic scene safely.

Safest countries in the world - Vietnam
Again, I reiterate Vietnam is one of the safest countries in the world. The issues highlighted in this article are no worse or better than in any other country. But like all big cities around the world it is “better safe than sorry”. Whether you’re a tailor-made traveler or self-sufficient traveler, read carefully on travel experience-sharing websites. Sagomeko wishes you a safe and enjoyable trip.  
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