How to travel Vietnam on $10 a day. Learn how to travel Vietnam on a budget. Vietnam is one of the best countries in Asia to travel cheaply, and this is how you do it with almost no money. We travel around Vietnam eating food, staying in hostels (AND HOTELS), going on tours, and more...Of course, occasionally you will have to spend more to go on a tour, but you make up for it on other days when you'll spend much less than your allotted $10. Lets go to Vietnam and see how we can stretch our dollar and stay longer. Please subscribe to see more videos on how to travel Southeast Asia and beyond.
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Yey. We will be featuring vietnam in one of our future vlogs. Looks awesome there. Im an asian too and i too love travelling around asia. It is super cheap, fun, interesting and worth remembering. That is why we started vlogging about it to atleast give a glimpse of asian culture in the eyes of the world.
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hey! what bus companies did you catch rides from/ how did you go about finding them? im currently planning a bit for my trip to Vietnam and any websites for buses or trains average about 40$ which just seems way to high. LOVE your videos btw :)
In 2017,i took a sleeping bus from HaNoi to SaPa was 230.000~10USD,as i still remember ,The name is Hải Hà-Hải Vân bus company ,can check it out on google,normally,just give them a call to check the price and seat available few hours before or in the last minutes than let them known where i am for them to pick me up.when i finnished to travel SaPa ,i wanted to go to Cat Ba island-Hai Phong .there are 3 incredible beaches there. I called a sleeping bus to arrange again,they picked me up at Sapa market at 10.30pm than heading to Hai Phong , i slept on that bus well,i paid 220.000VND~ least than 10usd.when the bus arriving HaiPhong, the bus driver woke me up to ask me and droped me where i wanted.than i took a express boat to forward Catba Island at 7am .good experiences.when finished CatBa island,i took a furry to go to HaLong bay at 9am,only 1 route per day at 9am every day. I paid 70.000VND~3USD. Omg 😱😱😱 it was very very amazing scenery during the time when i stepped up on the top of furry for looking scenery around there. Love that feeling.
Just get them when you’re there! They are sold at hostels, hotels, small shops, really everywhere. Booking ahead online might cost you more because only tourists do that. If you buy when there then you might get local price or close to it. Thanks for watching!
I like Asia better than Latin American because the service and people are generally better. The food as well. Atleast in Asia they attempt to communicate with you and realize their job is predicated on good service to tourists. Latin America doesn’t give shit about that it’s like they can’t make the connection between good service and making more money. Really sad l.
cheapest for me was Egypt by a landslide, I once bought 3 falafel sandwiches and a coke for 50cents. In another town I found a man selling containers of kosherie and rice-pudding for 50 cents a pop, two of those and you're set for the day!
You can booking at any hotel with that price,just ask them. normally,almost the tour company will colect customers from these hotel as agency, it is a 5 hours tour on a boat to travel around Halong bay and visit some amazing caves.
I believe you can, but I would book them at stores all over, easily found in main cities offering bus tickets. And to make it easy, it is possible to book at your hostel or hotel, or ask where to go to get them
The cheapest and the most beautiful country i went to is the cheapest and most beautiful country on the planet but because i got attack and robbed, it was also the most expensive but i got the live like a rock star for a few weeks before the event. Yes, i'm talking about Venezuela, the year air lines stopped landing there. Too bad it's so dangerous. I don't know how you can tell people how to travel a country for really cheap went it's you first time there yourself. I don't get it. Also, as a Canadian, what will happen if i present myself on a road border without visa? They should sell me one, not turning me back ? Can i get one in Cambodia for Vietnam ? Should i skip Thailand because it's a saturated country and many say it's now over price and also skip Cambodia because it's poor on nice beaches and just go to Vietnam ? I travel with home made scooter, i'm never on foot and can easily be outside beaten tracks anywhere. I love deserted beaches because all over tanning is the only way for me and of course, i am not a monk and like also fun with girls. I have three months. Of course, if i find paradise, i will spend the 3 months there instead of traveling all over those countries. Nice deserted beach, a cheap hotel and a few girls to take good care of me. i stay there !! Why looking elsewhere. What is the country between Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam i have the most chances to find my paradise? Thanks
I used to live in Arménia for a year super cheap also Georgia and peoples are really welcoming so even without hostel you can get a free bed with super cool company also Iran super cool more the north peoples are really cool over their and for finish Balkan used to live in the region for a year and is suoer cool.
hey man are you still in vietnam or in asia I wanna go their you seem cool could be amazing travel togetheir peoples always love travelling with me, let me know
Thanks man, I just decided out of nowhere to try it, and try a few new things I haven’t really seen much on YouTube vlogs to make them different. And now people are saying they like it and they’re gonna do it too haha
Cool intro, short and to the point. Maybe add some text with the tips, some people (me all the time) sometimes scroll through the video - hover over the timeline and the small frame pops up - to go to further tips. Its a good video, keep it up!!
Hey when you ever have a spare moment can you recommend any effective anti mosquito spray as am always bitten to shreds that i bought here in uk ....thanks do much for Vietnam travel ideas....want to get going in January Lynn x
Alexander Travelbum I haven’t been to Mexico City but I’m sure thatd be a great start. I was in a smaller town where a friend of mine lives. But I’ve also been to Cancun and if you can get past the touristy aspect of it, it’s got some incredible sights like chichen itza or all the crazy cool cenotes
Hi.. thank you for the awesome video.. i plan to visit halong bay but still confuse how to get there from hanoi airport do they have direct bus to halong or i should go to city first, and where i can get the tour, a wholeday tour only for $25, on the spot at the bay or somewhere else? thank you..
Thank you! I just booked the tour once I got to Halong. But they will be trying to sell you tours from the moment you get there, and even before. But don't go for the first choices. I waited and waited til I found the cheapest option. The further I went into town, the less expensive it was, and I haggled the price
Hey Alexander, I really enjoyed this episode...very informative, interesting and filled with valuable info. Thanks for taking the time to put this together. You've inspired me... this is now on my to-do list !
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