Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam – has long become a favorite destination among both domestic and international travelers. Hanoi’s character is inseparable from its weather. But even in a sunny day or in a rainy day, Hanoi still beautiful in the eyes of travelers.
The autumn in Hanoi is also beautiful for its clear sky covered by floating clouds and color of the sun remaining on the windows of each house.
In June 14, 2014, the National Assembly of Vietnam approved the new immigration law. The new law is scheduled to come into effect on January 1, 2015.
Here is the list of Foreign Embassies in Vietnam. It contains the major contact details of such embassies.
Foreigners, who stay in Vietnam more than 1 year and want to ask for a temporary residence card, are suggested to send the temporary residence card to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.
On June 23, 2014, the UNESCO officially recognized Trang An Tourism Complex in Ninh Binh – a northern province of Vietnam as the World Heritage Site.
Located just about 70 km from the city center, the Cu Chi Tunnel is a perfect destination to know about a glorious page in the Vietnamese history.
Hanoi during these days gets extremely cold. It may be a shock for many expats who experience the first winter in Vietnam. So, how can they deal with such a cold?
According to the recent publication of the BuzzFeed – a New York-based website, the Son Dong Cave in Quang Binh Province of Vietnam is ranked 5th among the 27 surreal places that you should visit before you die.
As said before, the governments of Vietnam and Myanmar signed an agreement to waive visa for their citizens visiting the other country within 14 days. The agreement will take effect from October 26, 2013.