Sinh Le

SinhBalo is a founder of Mekong delta tours in Vietnam.

Vietnam approves a list of countries applicable for e-visa

From the beginning of July 2020, residents from 80 countries worldwide will be allowed to enter Việt Nam using e-visas. In 2017, the Government approve e-visa for 46 countries as below: Korea, Germany, USA, Czech, Cuba, Denmark, Greece, Russia, UK, Mongolia, Japan, Finland, France, Spain, Sweden, China, Norway, Azerbaijan, Argentina, Armenia, Ireland, Poland, Belarus, Bulgaria, …

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Vietnam – Covid19 success

Corona virus: How ‘overreaction’ made Vietnam a virus success. Eveything get back to normal from May 2020. We hope to welcome tourist coming during the end of 2020. Source from BBC: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-52628283

NgaNam floating market - Cycling mekong delta BenTre TraVinh CanTho 3days

Inner Mekong BenTre TraVinh NgaNam floating market 3days

Adventure cycling Inner Mekong BenTre TraVinh NgaNam floating market 3 days. This is an adventure cycling trip through BenTre coconut palm to TraVinh and SocTrang town, the most popular Khmer community of Mekong delta. Then we explore the old time famous NgaNam floating market. It’s a real floating market that far away from big group …

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Bike to CuChi tunnels - single track along Saigon river

Bike to CuChi Tunnels | Single track ride along Saigon river to CuChi

Bike to CuChi Tunnels  – Single track ride along Saigon river to CuChi – LaiThieu ThuDauMot CuChi one day. Tour code: SBL4C This is a cycling trip on the trail along Saigon river, bring you back to the old time of Saigon and BinhDuong, wandering on single track to old villages of LaiThieu and ThuDauMot …

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E Visa to Vietnam

Visa to Vietnam

The Government has agreed to electronic visa to Vietnam for citizens of six countries including Australia, Cananda, India, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates.