-- Climate

 -- Distance Chart Vietnam

 -- Festivals

 -- Foreign Embassies

 -- Minorities

 -- Tet/ Vietnam New Year

 -- Travel Documents

 -- Vaccinations

 -- Vietnam Buses

 -- Vietnam Map

 -- Vietnam Trains

 -- Vietnamese People


  Cao Bang

  Cat Ba

  Dien Bien Phu

  Duong Lam

  Ha Giang

  Ha Long Bay

  Hai Phong

  Hoa Binh

  Lai Chau

  Lang Son

  Lao Cai

  Mai Chau

  Ninh Binh


  Son La

  Vinh City

  Central Vietnam

  Buon Ma Thuot

  Cham Islands

  Da Nang

  Dak Lak

  Dong Hoi

  Hien Luong Bridge

  Hoi An


  Kon Tum

  My Son (temple complex)

  Nha Trang

  Phong Nha - Ke Bang


  Quy Nhon

  Thien Mu Pagoda (Hué)

  Tuy Hoa

  Vinh Moc (tunnels)

  South Vietnam

  Ho Chi Minh City

  Ben Tre

  Can Tho

  Chau Doc

  Con Dao Islands

  Cu Chi (tunnels)


  Floating Markets

  Ha Tien - Phu Quoc

  Long Xuyen

  Mekong (by bike)

  My Tho

  Nam Du Archipelago

  Phan Thiet/ Mui Ne

  Phu Quoc Island

  Rach Gia - Phu Quoc

  Vung Tau

  The Rest








"The biggest risks for travellers to Vietnam tend to be associated with food and water borne diseases, mosquito bites and the traffic. Common-sense and care is needed at all times to ensure a good, safe holiday."


          Vaccinations - Ask your doctor what vaccines and medicines you need based on where you are going, how long you are staying, what you will be doing, and if you are travelling from a country. The recommended time to start your vaccines is four to six weeks before leaving home. Those who are planning a longer visit, or where if the planned trip is likely to bring them to more rural parts of Vietnam, should book their consultation earlier to ensure that there is sufficient time to complete the vaccine courses. Vietnam is endemic for Malaria and the risk of transmission occurs in many regions of the country. Therefore, malaria prophylaxis may need to be considered, depending on your itinerary.

Required/ Recommended =    Vaccination against the disease/s shown below may be required or recommended for your trip
All Travellers =  

All travellers should ensure they are up-to-date with cover against the diseases shown below

Trekking =    If you are trekking or visiting more rural regions of this country then you should consider having cover against the following diseases
Rural =   Those planning to spend a more extensive time in rural regions or those who will be living long-term in this country should consider cover against the following diseases indicated below.


Vaccination List Required/ Recommended All Travellers Trekking Rural
Yellow Fever - - - -
Tetanus - Tetanus - -
Diphtheria - - - Diphtheria
Hepatitis A - Hepatitis A - -
Typhoid - Typhoid - -
Hepatitis B - - Hepatitis B -
Rabies - - Rabies -
Meningococcal Meningitis - - - Meningococcal Meningitis
Poliomyelitis - - - -
Cholera - - - -
Tuberculosis - - - Tuberculosis
Tick Borne Encephalitis - - - -
Japanese B Encephalitis - - - Japanese B Encephalitis

W.H.O. report malaria transmission in this country in certain areas.
Please consult your Doctor or Travel Clinic.








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