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Vietnam airport taxes and Health-care
With international flights
Passengers have to pay US$14 per person for leaving Vietnam at Noi Bai airport (Hanoi) or Danang airport (Danang), US$12 per person for leaving Vietnam at Tan Son Nhat airport (Ho Chi Minh City).
With domestic flights
From Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Danang, the tax of VND25,000 per person (around US$1.7) is always added in your ticket fare. Tax for departing from Hue and Hai Phong is VND20,000 per person (US$1.3) and from other airports is VND15,000 per person (US$1).

Vietnam travel health
Travellers tend to worry about contracting infectious diseases when in the tropics, but infections are a rare cause of serious illness or death in travellers. Pre-existing medical conditions such as heart disease, and accidental injury (especially traffic accidents), account for most life-threatening problems. Becoming ill in some way, however, is a relatively common thing. Fortunately, most common illnesses can either be prevented with some common-sense behaviour or be treated easily with a well-stocked traveller's medical kit.

Heath care in Vietnam
Health issues and the quality of medical facilities vary enormously depending on where and how you travel in Vietnam. Many of the major cities are now very well developed, although travel to rural areas can expose you to a variety of health risks and inadequate medical care.

Some international hospitals/clinics in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (American, French and German doctors on staff)
In Hanoi: (tel code: 84-43)
* Hanoi French Hospital
1 Phuong Mai Str.
Tel: 577-1100, emergency: 574-1111
* Family Medical Practice
Unit 109-112, Van Phuc, Blog A1, Kim Ma Str.
Tel: 843-0748 (24hours))
* International SOS
31 Hai Ba Trung Str.
Tel: 934-0666, emergency: 934-0555
* Vietnam-Korea Friendship Hospital
12 Chu Van An Str.
Tel: 843-7231

In Ho Chi Minh City: (tel code: 84-83)
* International SOS
65, Nguyen Du Str.
Tel: 829-8520, emergency: 829-8424
* Saigon International Clinic
8 Alexandre de Rhodes Str., District 1
Tel: 823-8888
* Gia Dinh International Hospital
1 Trang Long Str., Bin Thanh District
Tel: 803-0678
* Franco Vietnamese Hospital
6 Nguyen Luong Bang Str., District 7
Tel: 411-3333

Resources of Health Advice for Travellers
Read the General considerations about International Travel & Health, including these issues:

* Travel-related risks
* Medical consultation before travel
* Medical kit and toilet items
* Travellers with pre-existing medical conditions and special needs
* Insurance for travellers
* Role of travel industry professionals
* Responsibility of the traveller
* Medical examination after travel

(Source: World Health Organization (WHO) http://www.who.int/ith/en/)
Government's travel-health websites:  Australia,  Canada,  UK  US

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