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The Rough Guide to Vietnam is ideal for people who want to travel independently and discover more about this incredibly diverse country. It includes lively reviews of the best places to eat, from street kitchens to the upmarket restaurants of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and practical advice on activities, from home-stays in ethnic minority villages to boat trips around Ha The Rough Guide to Vietnam is ideal for people who want to travel independently and discover more about this incredibly diverse country. It includes lively reviews of the best places to eat, from street kitchens to the upmarket restaurants of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and practical advice on activities, from home-stays in ethnic minority villages to boat trips around Ha Long Bay and visits to its national parks. There are extensive, user-friendly descriptions of Vietnam's many sights, including Hu''s Imperial city, temples and pagodas and Vietnam's impressive colonial architecture, as well as its deserted beaches and the waterways of the Mekong Delta.


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The Rough Guide to Vietnam is ideal for people who want to travel independently and discover more about this incredibly diverse country. It includes lively reviews of the best places to eat, from street kitchens to the upmarket restaurants of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and practical advice on activities, from home-stays in ethnic minority villages to boat trips around Ha The Rough Guide to Vietnam is ideal for people who want to travel independently and discover more about this incredibly diverse country. It includes lively reviews of the best places to eat, from street kitchens to the upmarket restaurants of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and practical advice on activities, from home-stays in ethnic minority villages to boat trips around Ha Long Bay and visits to its national parks. There are extensive, user-friendly descriptions of Vietnam's many sights, including Hu''s Imperial city, temples and pagodas and Vietnam's impressive colonial architecture, as well as its deserted beaches and the waterways of the Mekong Delta.

30 review for The Rough Guide to Vietnam

  1. 4 out of 5

    K

    Generally pretty good. No major oversights or errors and it got us through Vietnam fairly hassle-free.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Günter Wahl

    I knew from languagge lesson that there are six vocal altitudes for the vietnamese language, how high a word is spoken does implicate its meaning and also usually male and female have soprano and bass vocals, the meaning is.... imitation Excatly I did not have the travel guide but the dictionary, not even a grammar at hand

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris R.

    Not a very useful guide. I found the city maps to be particularly confusing. More emphasis on higher end travel than expected. Not sure how they chose which guesthouses, restaurants, tour providers, etc to include and which to omit, but in my experience they missed the mark several times. In this case, I would definitely recommend the Lonely Planet instead.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicki

    I think Ive gone off Rough Guide travelling books. Presented information in a boring way and seem to have virtually no photos in thé book.

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    Walid

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    Sinaloa237

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    Alex

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