Get 10% OFF for your VISA in VIETNAM

Vietnam is one of the many places that belongs to my bucket list for the ASEAN countries…

As of today, it remains on that list and someday I’ll get the opportunity to get a glance of this place also known as the Land of Hope & Prosperity and/or Land of the Blue Dragon! Even though I haven’t visited this country yet, a few of my friends have been staying in VN for a while, that is why in this blog post, I’m sharing you their “MUST VISIT spots/places/activities in Vietnam”.


But before that, if you are visiting this beautiful country soon and will be needing a visa, look no further, Vietnam-VisaOnline.org offers a 10% Off on your visa application using the below promo code exclusive for #InMyHeartJMKayne♥ readers like you! 🙂


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Now, here are my friends’ recommendations in Vietnam!
                   This is in Halong Bay!                                                            While this one is in Ba Na Hill.

Cha-Cha is a friend and a college classmate who has been teaching English in VN for 6 years now. Her recommendations are  Ba Na Hill ( Da Nang), Halong Bay, Nha Trang, Phu Quoc, Da Lat, Hue.

Check out ChaCha’s Instagram, her handle is @cha_candace.


Tito Benjie, our CFC-FFL Country Coordinator (UAE) has served in Vietnam and he said:

“If you appreciate God’s nature you will love these 3 places:”

  • Halong Bay,
  • Phong Nha-Ke Nang National Park
  • and Dalat.

Top: They’re on the way for a boating trip. | Below Left: Da-lat | Center: Halong Bay | Right: In one of the coffee shops in VN.

A fellow GEOS Angel, Joy is in BMT City (Buon Ma Thout) in Vietnam since 2014 and aside from the beautiful spots, BMT city is the home of their coffee products! What she enjoys most, are the trips she had with her fellow teachers and friends… Her top 2 must try resto/cafe and a province to visit are the following:

  • Trung Nguyen Coffee shop/ resto (Most famous in BMT City with a great view)
  • Small food stalls for Authentic Vietnamese Food found around the city. (It is created to give you a homey-feels)
  • Daklak Province– riding elephants, visit waterfalls and city tour for sightseeing.

Check out more of her VN adventures on her IG @joyapacible


                 A handful of photos from Phil with his adventures in Vietnam!

Finally, my brother from another mother 🙂 Philbert (Bong gu) has been teaching ESL too in VN for a year now and he suggested:

  • The local Puppet Show
  • Bui Vien (Famous Backpacker street in Saigon) and
  • Mekong River Cruise

Oh by the way he has an amazing talent of dressing up Barbie dolls, check out his Instagram @philbertsalve.

So there you go, hope these recommendations entice you to give Vietnam a visit and remember, you can get a 10% Off on your Visa application with Vietnam-VisaOnline.Org and use IAMJMKAYNE as the promo code.

 

God bless!

 

 

 


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21 thoughts on “Get 10% OFF for your VISA in VIETNAM

  1. I have never been but have friends who have gone and say it’s awesome. Especially the food! I would love to see one of your brother’s (sorta :))suggestions: The local Puppet Show. I think Puppet Shows are so fun and rare.

  2. I have a few Vietnamese friends and have been hoping to hitch a ride with them so I can be their guest when I go to Vietnam. 10% off a traveling visa to there is such a great deal. Thanks for all these recommendations for things to do too!

  3. I have never been to Vietnam, however I hear that it is a great country to visit with so much landscape and culture not to mention very budget friendly.

    xo Sheree
    Posh Classy Mom

  4. I’ve never visited Vietnam but it sounds really fun! I’ve seen quite a few bloggers post pictures there lately. About how many days would you recommend in order to tour the area?

  5. I have never thought of visiting Vietnam.. but your post just got me so i interested! Great recommendations!

  6. I would love to visit Vietnam one day. The only thing that worries me, though, is that I have a severe allergy to peanuts. I have eaten at one Vietnamese restaurant in the US and was fine (the owner’s niece has a peanut allergy and he said she eats there. That made me feel a lot better). While it’s not as common in food as it is in Thailand, I know it is used. How common would you say it is in Vietnam?

    1. My friends said yes it is common although most of the time it is used as a “topping” so they are highly visible. But somehow you could always request the restaurant not to add one if the alergy is severe. You know, a kind request and they’ll be happy to do so! 🙂

  7. If I have the time and money, obviously, Daklak Province is the best place for me, I’m more of a nature traveler. Someday maybe, eh nice discount you got there..

  8. This is so useful! One of the things about travelling is all the expenses before you actually set off so thank you so much for this! <3

  9. Vietnam is also one of my prospect to go to, I’ve meet a friend there who is a journalist too during our PRESS Conference in Bangkok, and she’s been nice to me and that friendship I’m hoping to visit Vietnam too and know their cultures

    1. Nice to hear that Kayhdj! Anyway free visa naman tayo sa Vietnam 🙂 coz we belong to SE Asia… so you could just try out the recommendations 🙂

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