Basic Vietnamese Phrase
Most of the sentences below are used for everyday life conversations, so they might come handy if you memorize them.
Counting in Vietnamese
How to count in Vietnamese?As numbers are an integral part for having an conversation, we will teach how to count, to say the ordinal numbers and othe...
Vietnam Customs Regulations
Arriving in Vietnam, all visitors must fill in Declaration Forms
and show their luggage to Customs Officials upon request. There are no
Vietnam Baggage Allowance
Baggage is an important part of your journey, airline baggage
allowance regulations are based on a weight and measurement system.
Business Hours in Vietnam
Offices are usually open from Monday to Friday from 7:30am or
8:00am until 5:00pm or 6:00pm, and often close for lunch between 11:30am
Electricity in Vietnam
The usual voltage is between 220V and 240V, 50 Hertz; but sometimes you
encounter 110V, also at 50 Hertz, just to confuse things. Two-pin
In Asia it is inappropriate for couples to show excessive affection in
public. Never raise your voice or show anger, it is best to keep smiling
Bargaining in Vietnam
In shops that display a set price then bargaining is not appropriate.
Items such as water and snacks will have a set price but you can bargain
Most of the hotels we use in Vietnam provide a laundry service although
this can be quite expensive, sometimes as much as US$1 per item. It is
Questions in Vietnam
Locals will frequently ask you the following questions: How old are you?
Are you married? Do you have any children? Vietnamese have a complex