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Glimpse of Vietnam

We went in Vietnam last 2008, with my hubby. It was a great experienced for both of us.I'm glad we did it before I moved to USA.
@ Ho Chi Minh 

Since, I'm an Asian,I have  30 days allowed to stay in Vietnam without applying a visa. My husband who is American, he needs a visa before he can visit the country. What we did, for my husband visa is, we apply a visa on online "Visa upon arrival"-mean we apply and fill up the application letter  in online get the "Visa approval letter" bring it with you and it will process in the airport of Ho Chi Minh and Hanaoi.

3 Days in Ho Chi Minh:

Notre Dame Cathedral

We stayed 3 days in Ho Chi Minh, before we went to Nha Trang for 7 days.This place is one of the largest city of Vietnam, that is known as the "Paris" of Asia.We went to Notre Dame Cathedral, and expect lots of bicycle on the road.

7 Days in Nha Trang:
After in Ho Chi Minh, we went to Nha Trang by air and enjoyed the beaches and some attractions.
Nha Trang,Vietnam



  1. Saya naman ng trip nyo, Mhie! Naligo kayo dun sa beach?

    Okei na okei ang Cebu Pacific kasi lagi sila may seat sale, nagiging affordable para sa mga Pinoy sa'tin ang mamasyal sa Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia at iba pang kalapit na Asian countries ;)

  2. Beautiful images. I would love to visit there one day!

  3. Lovely photos. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Bongga! Andami mo na palang napuntahan, Mhie. Sana mapuntahan ko rin ang Vietnam.

    Salamat sa pagshare kung anong cam gamit mo. I am actually eyeing for just a beginner's cam, Canon Rebel T3 (EOS 1100D) as per the recommendation of some blogpals. Do you think it's a good idea?

  5. Nice photo effects! Looking at your photos, Vietnam seems inviting, hope to visit it one day. :)