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Vietnam Visa Requirements to Visit Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

March 28th, 2010
This week's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site is  in Vietnam, 500 kilometers south of Hanoi. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is located on the site of one of the world's largest karst systems. Karst is a type of terrain that is distinguished by limestone rock formations and caves. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park  contains 65-70 kilometers worth of caves and underwater rivers. Of the 300 caves and grottoes located in the park, only 20 have been studied and mapped.  The most spectacular of these caves is Phong Nha Cave, which is 7729 meters long.  Although tourists are only allowed to see the first 1,500 meters of the cave,  it is a popular destination due to its numerous grottoes and 13,969 meter-long underground river. Phong Na cave is also filled with fascinating rock f


Vietnam Visa Requirements For Tourists

March 17th, 2010
Tourism is a growing industry in Vietnam.  According to Wikipedia, the tourism industry in Vietnam grew 63 percent between the years of 1999 and 2004. About 8 or 9 percent of the foreign tourists who visited Vietnam in 2004 were from the US. This year, in 2010, the government of Vietnam is celebrating a National Year of Tourism, so it's a particularly exciting time to visit. However, American citizens visiting Vietnam must have Vietnamese visas.  To get a Vietnamese tourist visa,  you need the following documents: Your US passport A completed Vietnamese visa application A recent passport photo, taken within the past 6 months. Also, you must apply ahead of time to get a Vietnamese visa. Some countries will issue tourist visas to travelers when they arrive at the airport,


Vietnamese Visa Requirements for Business Travelers

January 19th, 2010
Although Vietnam is relatively poor overall, the country's economy has been growing rapidly over the past decade.  In fact, according to Wikipedia, between 2000 and Vietnam's GDP grew at a rate of 7%, the second-fastest growth rate in the world during that time.  Vietnam became a member of the World Trade Organization in 2007. All of this means that Vietnam is increasingly becoming a destination for business travel, and it's important for travelers to know what to expect. One important element that business travelers visiting other cultures must consider is the way that business etiquette can vary from country to country.  According to this article from "Vietnam is a markedly Confucian society and its business practices are often more similar to those of China,


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