NO BULLSHIT GUIDE TO VIETNAM Posted on August 27, 2019 Bullshit chicago hotels dallas hotels Guide hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation Vietnam 30 thoughts on “NO BULLSHIT GUIDE TO VIETNAM” 0:20 – Visas2:01 – Immunizations2:56 – Where to start3:30 – Electricity 4:02 – Internet4:34 – Transportation4:51 – Buses5:31 – Trains8:16 – Renting Motorbikes9:01 – International License 9:39 – Lodging (Hotels vs Airbnb’s)10:29 – Apps for Vietnam12:19 – FOOD!14:54 – What to pack19:27 – Currency 20:08 – Check listReply Excellent video… + Im 6'9"… so I appreciate any comfort considerations when it comes to transportation…Reply Preparing for my trip to vietnam in January, I believe I've watched this video dozens of times.Reply Does anyone say you looks like Kate Middleton?Reply What an extremely well put together and intelligent video. World class production. Thank you. In the top 2 or 3 best videos I've ever seen on YouTube. My best to the both of you.Reply Which is the best place for shopping between Hanoi or Saigon or bangkokReply Very helpful guide! Your videos are at the top of my Vietnam travel video playlist.Reply Hi guys, what is the e-visa website address? let me know – [email protected]gmail.comReply Great information in such a sequential manner. Thanks.Reply Appreciate that you don't just use your lady to just pose for sexy photos like most travel bloggers seem to do nowadays…. Anyway, very helpful and actually no bullshit! Thanks guys!Reply Going in January. Thanks for the tips and advice!Reply I'm planning on going in Autumn 2020.I am an eastern European, so "cheap"i really the only thing I can afford 😀Anyways I don't need to travel around much, I just need a good hostel, with "nature" not too far away so I can escape the city (also in my experience, if you want to get to know the "real" country you best do this outside of cities). But since I've never been there before and probably will be travelling alone, I will probably stay around Ho Chi Minh City for my first trip.I definitely go visit the Cu Chi Tunnels and maybe book some trips through nature, I've heard a Mekong Delta trip is pretty nice…..Hopefully I find some nice locals to talk to, I like to meet and get to know local people while visiting their country 🙂Anyways, very helpful guide, thanks for your good work.Reply So much value here! Thank you. Please make a guide for Thailand!Reply Great very helpful thanks. Am heading to NAAM to work with tons of luggage. 3 bags, which means I always need a cab, while getting to my accommodation. No way around it. Any tips on getting from Da Naang to Ho Chi Mihn City. ? Flying?Reply Very helpful even for Vietnamese who have been living outside Vietnam for quite a while like me!Reply This is the most helpful video I have seen on Vietnam. Thank you 🙏🏻Reply I really like this! Amazing and informative! Thank you!Reply Even I am Vietnamese. But I can give up your video. Your video is so helpful.Reply another cheap charlie couple .Reply Good video. No BS. Smooth….Reply 16:55Sounds like some Vibrams might be an epic choice.Reply Love Vietnamese food. Some of the sweetest people I have ever met when traveling. I don't pack anything when I go just a few days worth., I buy what I need when there. I try to help the economy while there.Reply Stupid americunts vaccination kills.Reply You guys are Awesome!!! Great Information. I am planning a trip there in for this December 2019.Reply omg you guys are super helpful. I really wish I've seen this video before my trip.I did sort out most of my concerns during the trip, however it is just wasted me a lot of time and unnecessary money.Reply THANK YOU FOR THIS VIDEO!! it was beyond helpful. everyone should watch it before they visit Vietnam!! and thank you for informing me about vietnamese coffee!! I've made a little travel video of Vietnam in 1 minute, if you want to see 🙂Reply Great traveling video and i 've watched your three countries videos , Thailand ,Cambodia and Vietnam. Great couple and love you both very much and wishing you good luck for ever 'Reply very well briefed .Reply Schwab is the best! Carrying TP is a must in SEA. Along with snacks and TP for the train, water is a good idea too. Very concise and informative video….good stuff!Reply Never go to vietnamReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.