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US Cities to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City Starting From Average $500 RT

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Scott compiled this list of round trip airfares he found from various US Cities to Vietnam. Travel availability is from October thru May 2018 on nice airlines Asiana, ANA, United, or China Airlines (SFO-HAN; LAX-HAN).

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Hanoi (HAN):
Chicago (ORD) - $596
Los Angeles (LAX) - $544
San Francisco (SFO) - $515
Seattle (SEA) - $520

Ho Chi Minh City (SGN):
Chicago (ORD) - $591
Los Angeles (LAX) - $484
New York City (EWR) - $563
New York City (JFK) - $563
San Francisco (SFO) - $498
San Jose (SJC) - $498
Seattle (SEA) - $515
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights
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FYI, you'll need visa to enter VN, even with US passport, unless you are holding Vietnamese Passport of course LOL
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FYI, you'll need visa to enter VN, even with US passport.
No, you don't need a visa if you're a Vietnamese citizen Smilie
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$17 visa.

https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn/apply-online/
Thats darn cheap. I did $90 for 5 years expiation
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I'd be careful in Vietnam. A lot of the former Vietcong still hold grudges against Americans and things can be dangerous
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I'd be careful in Vietnam. A lot of the former Vietcong still hold grudges against Americans and things can be dangerous
Lol you are joking right?
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$17 fee is just for the approval letter for Visa on arrival, you will be required to wait and pay an additional $25 stamp fee at the airport. For 30 days & single entry, Evisa [gov.vn]which costs $25, is the cheapest and most convenient way; you'll receive an actual Visa in about 3 days. Please note that Evisa, which is issued by Vietnam Immigration Department, is only available for selected countries, Canada and Mexico are not on the approved list.
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I'd be careful in Vietnam. A lot of the former Vietcong still hold grudges against Americans and things can be dangerous
Speak like someone without any first-hand experience. LOL! Even if it were true, and why not? Americans came, destroyed their country, then went home with tails between their legs and abandoned the South. As the result, both the South and North should resent the Americans. Not to mention, so many atrocities done by American soldiers too. In one village, nearly 100 women, children, and elders were massacred by American soldiers. They'd have every right to resent Americans.

P.S. My father was a colonel of the 81st Airborne Rangers/Paratroopers, Special Forces Division, of the South, trained and certified by the U.S. Special Forces. Yet, he was abandoned by the Americans and was captured and imprisoned for 8 years (longer than McCain). He should have every reason to resent the Americans too. Hell, even I resent the Americans, although I'm living a successful life here. Stick Out Tongue But I still somewhat resent the Americans for their abandonment. Had they not abandoned their allies, my father would have become a general and I would have become a very high ranking officer by now. Applause
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$17 visa.

https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn/apply-online/
It definitely is not. For US Citizens, it costs $150. Paid it last year when I arrived (mandatory). There was a visa update in August/September there and it got way more expensive. Required to get a 1 year visa now, not just 30 days.
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