The best Vietnam travel links ever
Viet Nam time line 1930 - 2007 BBC News
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam Country profile
Travel advisories - US State Department
The Consulate General of Vietnam - San Francisco
The Vietnamese Embassy - Washington, DC
Vietnam Administration of Tourism
Victory (Thang Loi) Guest House: A friendly, hidden spot in Saigon's city centre http://victoryhouse.4t.com
Rooms for Rent - Miss Thao The guest house another good spot.
Two of the larger in country, bargain travelers cafes offering everything from day tours to open tour buses running from Saigon to Ha Noi excellent source for bargain priced travel options
Vietnam has a narrow gauge railroad running from Saigon up to Hanoi on to Haiphong or up to the Chinese boarder across from Lao Cai This will give you the schedules, costs and type of car service offered. The train is A lovely, interesting, however slow alterative to traveling via the friendly skies or on the chaotic highways. Excellent independent site - http://www.seat61.com/Vietnam.htm Vietnamese Official site - http://www.vr.com.vn/english/index.html
Primmer on Mini van travel costs: http://www.pmgeiser.ch/vietnam/transport/minibus.htm
Hydrofoil schedule - Bach Dang Wharf (foot of Nguyen Hue) Saigon to Vung Tao - http://bariavungtautourism.com/english/other_services/hydrofoil.php
Loads of inside information on Vietnam and other interesting stuff Http://www.vnexpat.com.
Vietnam Venture Group, Inc., Enterprise Service Providers and Handicraft Traders in Thailand and Vietnam
Vietnam Travel Directory - loads of interesting links
American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
- An Approach to Dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) in Vietnam Veterans - by Daryl S. Paulson http://www.aaets.org/arts/art27.htm
The Legacy of Valor - Vietnam era helicopter images and artifacts http://vhpamuseum.org
The guys guide to hanging in Cambodia an expats life in Sihanoukville, Phnom Penh , nightlife, lodging, teaching English and a bunch of assorted tales from the folks who have been there doing it.
Ever wonder about land mines? If so, this sight will blow your mind! http://www.mag.org.uk/index.htm
Capital Guest House and tour the guys with the boats from Chao Doc up to Phnom Penh - overall they seem to be the big guys in Cambodia budget tours Seem to have to large a monopoly for my taste - http://.bigpond.com.kh/users/capital
So a room just won't due and your thinking villa - America's, Europe or Thailand. Here is your holiday rental source.. http://www.holidayrentals.org
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