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Advice for disable travellers
Vietnam is not the easiest of places for disable travellers. Typical problems include the crazy traffic, a lack of pedestrian footpaths, a lack of lifts in smaller hotels and the ubiquitous squat toilets.
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Advice for gay and lesbian travellers

Vietnam is splashed with color, from verdant rice fields, hot pink lanterns and day-glo boutiques, to the increasing visibility of gays and lesbians adding their own special hues to Vietnam's rainbow.
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Advice for woman travellers
Personal safety and security
* When travelling, particularly alone, leave an itinerary of your trip with a responsible person contacting them at pre-arranged times and dates. Ostentatious displays of money, jewellery, luggage and dress can encourage the wrong type of attention. When travelling be aware of where your luggage, particularly hand bags, are at all times. Do not leave them unattended or hanging on the back of chairs in restaurants.
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Air access
This is the most convenient way to enter Vietnam. Formalities at Vietnam's international airports are generally smoother than at land borders, as volume of traffic is greater.

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Business hours (GMT +7)
A normal working day in Vietnam starts from 7am to 8.30am and finish between 4pm to 6pm, from Monday to Friday and until noon on Saturday, leave the afternoon (most) and Sunday off.
Lunch is taken very seriously and virtually.  Everything shuts down between noon and 1.30pm. Government workers tend to take longer breaks, so figure on getting nothing done between 11.30am and 2pm.
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Vietnam Travel Kit
Suggested Packing List

Please consider taking along the following items on your trip. This is not a fixed list, but more of a guideline, so feel
free to add and remove items as you see fit. Use your best judgment, and pack as lightly as possible. You will
appreciate light luggage towards the end of your trip. You may wish to include a small duffle for purchases bought
along the way.
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3. Finalize the itinerary
4. Pay the deposit and pack your bags
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