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Vietnam travel public services

Vietnam is a very big country with different means of transportation used to ferry people and goods from one region to another. Due to its size, flying is the best and easiest way to commute, more so when it’s an emergency. There are three international airports which are Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and the Damang serving the north, south and the central parts of the country. There are flights from all over the world that lands in Vietnam including the U.S.A, UK and many other parts of the world. Vietnam Airlines and Pacific Airlines are the only two carriers offering domestic flights, the latter which is a low-cost carrier with an online booking facility. It also has a road network that serves the better parts of its regions. Railway is also another mode of transport though not widely used by both the locals and the foreigners since most parts of the country are not served with a railway line. Water transport is also used to ferry people within the areas that have a water body around it.

Air transport

The main airport in this country is the Tan Son Nhat International Airport in the Ho Chi Minh City. This airport has two terminus one for international flights and the other for local and domestic flights. The condition and state at the international terminus are very cool with high levels of technologies to check the visitors coming to Vietnam. Hanoi’s Noi Bai international airport is the biggest in the north though much smaller as compared to the Tan Son Nhat and has less facilities thus less flights. Visitors are required to make sure the visa and passport are in good order upon arriving because the immigration departments are very strict.

Road transport

There are buses and taxis readily available to move people from one area to another. At the airport, there are taxis and buses that ferry visitors to their designated hotels and places of Vietnam travel. Most hotels have a pick up services for their guest on arrivals. Travelling from Hoi Chi Minh and Hanoi may be too tiresome if you opt to use a bus because it will take you a whole day travelling thus only two hours in a flight. Bus travel is the most common mode of transportation overland though not recommended to those who wish to have a Vietnam travel, unless is for a short distance. Some conductors may add an additional passenger though the bus seats are very small already. Tourists are advised if they must travel by bus then they must book with a reasonable tour company. Also the roads are not that much good with lots of traffic jams. Motor bikes and taxis are the faster ways to commute between cities but you have to agree on the amount before you get in else you may be charged highly.

Water transport

Travelling to southern Mekong Delta is a must use water to get access to it because there is no bridge that connects the two cities. Tour boats are reasonably priced and a great way to get to Mekong region for explorations as well as the Hue, Ha Long Bay and Nha Trang areas.

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