Two days is enough for a jam packed adventure with plenty of food, waterfalls, lakes and horses, making Da Lat an ideal weekend getaway.
Known as the Riviera of the South China Sea, Nha Trang is a dream. Here’s the ultimate guide on how to spend a weekend in Nha Trang.
Driving from Da Lat to Nha Trang gives you the chance to see some of the best countryside views in Vietnam. Here’s what you can expect from the journey.
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Internet and wi-fi are widely available throughout Vietnam. Something like 98% of hotels and guesthouses have wi-fi; only in very remote places (such as national parks) is it not standard. Wi-fi is almost always free of charge. Many cafes and restaurants also have (free) wi-fi. Connection speeds are normally good. Internet cafes are also available, costing 3000d to 8000d per hour.
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