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My partner and I are thinking to chill out and be immersed in the culture and lifestyle of Vietnam for 2-3 weeks. Was thinking about Thailand but since we've not been to Vietnam, we thought to try it.

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    Try using agoda for last minute accommodation. I have done this in south east asia with a lot of success.

    www.agoda.com

    I found a beautiful villa through this website which was less than a third of the normal room rate. over 6 years ago

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    2-3 weeks is a long time, i'm sure you will have a lot of thing to do at this time. My suggestion is you should go to Nha Trang. There are a lot of thing you can do in Nha Trang like: sight seeing, take to beach :), diving, bar, restaurant, etc.

    Phan Thiet & Vung Tau are good but there is nothing to do there. over 6 years ago

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    Try phu quoc down in the south. We had a fantastic time at the beach club bungalows. They were only $15 US a night (off peak) and they were comfortable and the staff were good. Right on the beach and just a bit away from town. They will help you hire a motor bike or taxi into town is cheap. Or it is within walking distance if not too hot. over 6 years ago

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    I'd say Hoi An. You have the beautiful old city plus a beach not more than 10-20 mins cycling away (most hotels will provide the bikes). There are plenty of restaurants as well. We spent at least 5 of the nights we were there at Morning Glory - brilliant restaurant. You can also cycle north and find more remote beaches. over 6 years ago

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    Thanks everyone, we spent a good whole week in Phu Quoc and had a great relaxing time. Since its peak season now, its not as cheap as I thought it would be for a bungalow...prices are @ USD40 for fan and USD50 for AC (as compared to Phuket). The waters at Long Beach wasn't that great but it was still a good beach place to chill, listen to the sound of the waves and do nothing. Saw Bai Sao and was thrilled with the clarity of the water but a little frustrated by the amount of natural grub (plants) floating in the water combined with a small amount of plastic waste. Bai Thom was quiet with clear water and dark sand and the start of Vung Bao Beach (aka deserted beaches by some guide books) is beautiful. about 6 years ago

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    Google jungle beach I spent 4 days there but could have moved in for months about 6 years ago

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