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    Any nice cool Vietnamese coffee places in Ho Chi Minh City to recommend?

    Coffee at the street vendors still the best. Trung Nguyen is okay, however, it's a bit expensive. almost 8 years ago

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    how if someone grap my camera in Vietnam?

    Wrap the camera across your body on the right side of it. Keep an eye on your camera and be aware wherever you go. Otherwise you should buy travel insurance to secure your belongings. Sources: http://www.worldnomads.com/?gclid=CMr918eMxKsCFcVV4godQHum0Q or global firm located in Vietnam http://www.libertyinsurance.com.vn/index.php/en/liberty-products/personal-lines/travelcare-insurance almost 8 years ago

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    What's the safest way to travel in Vietnam?

    If you feel nervous with the traffic flow and safety of your personal belongings i think you should purchase travel insurance to make sure that everything will go on the right track during the stay. Don't worry about the security and safety too much just take it easy and let everything goes on...you will love the country and the people. Cheers :) Links some the insurers: http://www.libertyinsurance.com.vn/index.php/en/liberty-products/personal-lines/travelcare-insurance http://www.globalhealthasia.com/inter/ almost 8 years ago

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    Riding motorbikes around vietnam for about 2 weeks...how do we solve the luggage issue?

    take carry one bag or pack with light clothes, strap to your motorbike -that's the way the locals usually do when they wanna go for a short trip in 2-3 days. Carry your valuable things around you (such as in a secure pocket or wrap around your body). Cheers and have a nice journey :) almost 8 years ago

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    What is the best travel insurance ?

    Even though it sounds a bit odd but if you want to travel to Bali or Fiji try out the Global Health Asia (http://www.globalhealthasia.com/inter/) or Liberty Mutual (http://www.libertymutual.com/). Both of them is global insurer firms so the service is world class quality and make you less worry about the security of the trip. Hope this help! Cheers :) almost 8 years ago

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    Where are the best places to live that would include peaceful beaches, lowcost living, low crime rates and friendly people.

    I think Vietnam would be the best places to live at this moment as the country is safe, cost of living is cheap and if you want to live near the beach you could live in Vung Tau or Nha Trang. And the country is known as a place of low crime rates even though the patty crimes still everwhere. However don't worry as you would learn some tips from the local to protect you out from them. And also one more thing the people are nice and friendly. Cheers :) almost 8 years ago

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    Going to Hanoi (Vietnam) in 11 days. Can anyone advice on the followings:

    1. Good places to stay. Something mid range (I'm not on a tight budget) and in a good location. *Luan Vu Hotel 35/2 Bui Vien street, district. 1 35/2 Bui Vien street, distric *Homey Hotel No 39 Hang Be Str - Hoankiem Dist *Forget-Me-Not Guesthouse ( Former Tulip Guesthouse ) 2S Hung vuong 2S Hung Vuong *Hanoi Emperor Hotel 16 Hang Buom Street Hoan Kiem District *Amigo Hotel 66/3 Le Loi Street 2. which are the best places (bars-clubs-etc) to go at night (I'm on my own)? There's lot of places for you to check out at night. Some famous one includes Minh Jazz's club, Ly Club, The Spotted Cow, Half Man Half Noodle... Check out more on this website: http://www.visit-mekong.com/vietnam/hanoi/nightlife.htm 3. Where to go to book my tours (Halong Bay - Sapa - etc)? I'm not sure about that, try to check out at lonelyplanet travel forum or travedadvisor website, they will give you an insight about the tour. 4. Any idea on which is the best way to cross over to Laos from North Vietnam? I think most travel agents usually organise tour to Lao by bus - really popular. Hope this would help and enjoy you time in Vietnam :) almost 8 years ago