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Vietnam shines in The Travel’s list best third world countries

Updated at Thursday, 25 Oct 2018, 17:54
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam is a mysterious country filled with many different opportunities and places to explore.
Vietnam has been ranked 19th among the best third-world countries people would rather visit instead, according a list released by The Travel, a vacation destination website.
 
Vietnam shines in The Travel’s list best third world countries people would rather visit instead.
Vietnam shines in The Travel’s list best third world countries people would rather visit instead.
The Travel advises travelers that the S-shaped country is a mysterious country filled with many different opportunities and places to explore, but that wasn't always the case.
“The Vietnam War left a black mark on the country that will likely never go away, but now, they certainly seem to be coming out the other side of it,” The Travel wrote.
It's one of the most naturally stunning destinations you could possibly visit, and that isn't an overstatement - at least not in our mind. It's also a standard stop on any gap year for kids who happen to be 'discovering' themselves before going off to college or university.
North Korea tops the list, followed by Haiti, Cuba, Senegal, China, Burundi, Mexico, Fiji, Nepal, Colombia, Egypt, Solomon Islands, Maldives, Comoros, Tunisia, Rwanda, etc.
Earlier, Vietnam has been ranked sixth among the seven budget-destinations to travel to before you turn 30, according to a list released by Cutacut, a digital content company.
If you speak to anyone who is an avid traveler, they’ll tell this: traveling is for the soul, what eating is for the body. “Again, Vietnam is a good option to tie-in on your trip to Thailand without turning you finances upside down,” Cuttacut wrote.
Vietnam welcomed some 11.616 million foreign visitors in the first nine months of 2018, an 22.9% increase from the same period last year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) has said in a monthly report.
Arrivals by air, road, and sea in the reviewed period recorded annual increases of 17.4%, 62.1%, and 0.5%, respectively, while growth was also seen in the numbers of visitors from all five continents.
Ha Phuong
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