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VIETNAM

Formalities :

  •  Administrative

UK, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish, Russian, Korean and Japanese citizens: passport valid for at least 6 months after the return date, visa free for stays less than 16 days.

Other nationalities: contact your embassy

  •    Sanitary

No mandatory vaccine to this day.

Which language ?

The official and most widely spread language is Vietnamese.

English is spoken in all touristic areas.

Which currency ?

The national currency is the dông (VND)

1 € = 24 695 VND ; £1 = 28 621 VND

Exchange rate is subject to sudden change.

What time is it ?          

Noon in London: 6pm in Vietnam in summer and 7pm in winter.

Governmental taxes

Our rates include governmental taxes applicable to all services paid in currency (hotels, transportation, entry tickets, tour-guides,etc…)

  •   Voltage : 220 volts
  •   Frequency : 50 Hz

What to wear ?

Light clothes regardless of the season in the south but for the visit of temples and pagodas, make sure you have a top with sleeves (shoulders must be covered) and bottoms going at least up to the knee. From November to March it can get pretty cold in the North, make sure to have warm clothes for mornings and evenings.

Climate (in oC):

 

 Jan 

  Feb 

  Mar 

  Apr 

  May 

  Jun 

  Jul 

  Aug 

  Sep 

  Oct 

  Nov 

  Dec 

 HAN 

 13-20 

 14-20 

 17-23 

 21-28 

 24-32 

 25-33 

 25-33 

 25-32 

 24-31 

 21-29 

 18-26 

 15-22 

 DAD 

 19-25

 20-26

 22-29

 23-31

 25-33

 26-34

 25-34 

 24-34 

 24-32 

 23-30 

 22-27

19-25

 SGN 

 21-32

 22-33

 23-34

 25-34

 24-33

 24-32

 24-32 

 24-32 

 24-31 

 23-31 

 23-31

22-31

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CAMBODIA

Formalities :

  •  Administrative

UK and EU citizens: passport valid for at least 6 months after the return date, visa on arrival.

Other nationalities: contact your embassy

  •  Sanitary

No mandatory vaccine to this day.

Which language ?

The official and most widely spread language is Khmer.

English is spoken in all touristic areas.

Which currency ?

The national currency is the riel (KHR) but US dollars are commonly used.

1 € = 4950 KHR ; £1 = 5093 KHR; 1$ = 4000 KHR

Exchange rate is subject to sudden change.

What time is it ?          

Noon in London : 6pm in Cambodia in summer and 7pm in winter.

Governmental taxes

Our rates include governmental taxes applicable to all services paid in currency (hotels, transportation, entry tickets, tour-guides,etc…)

  •  Voltage : 220 volts
  •  Frequency : 50 Hz

What to wear ?

Light clothes regardless of the season but for the visit of temples and pagodas, make sure you have a top with sleeves (shoulders must be covered) and bottoms going at least up to the knee. You can bring a light jacket as the temperature of AC can sometimes be chilly.

Climate (in oC):

 

  Jan

  Feb

  Mar

  Apr

  May

  June

  July

  Aug

  Sept

  Oct

  Nov

  Dec

 ALL 

 21-32 

 23-34 

 24-35 

 25-36 

 26-35 

 25-34 

 25-33 

 25-32 

 25-32 

 25-32 

 23-31 

 21-31 

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LAOS

Formalities

  •   Administrative

UK and EU citizens: passport valid for at least 6 months after the return date, visa on arrival.

Other nationalities: contact your embassy

  •   Sanitary

No mandatory vaccine to this day.

Which language ?

The official and most widely spread language is Lao.

English is spoken in all touristic areas.

 Which currency ?

The national currency is the kip (LAK)

1 € = 8 898 LAK; £1 = 10 227 LAK

Exchange rate is subject to sudden change.

What time is it ?          

Noon in London: 6pm in Laos in summer and 7pm in winter.

Governmental taxes

Our rates include governmental taxes applicable to all services paid in currency (hotels, transportation, entry tickets, tour-guides, etc…)

  •   Voltage : 230 volts
  •   Frequency : 50 Hz

What to wear ?

Light clothes regardless of the season but for the visit of temples and pagodas, make sure you have a top with sleeves (shoulders must be covered) and bottoms going at least up to the knee. From October to March it can get pretty cold in the North, make sure to have warm clothes for mornings and evenings. Lao is a modest country, please do not dress too provocatively.

Climate (in oC):

 

  Jan

  Feb

  Mar

  Apr

  May

  June

  July

  Aug

  Sept

  Oct

  Nov

  Dec

  LPQ  

 14-28 

 15-31 

 18-33 

 21-34 

 24-34 

 25-32 

 24-32 

 24-32 

 23-32 

 21-31 

 18-29 

 14-26 

  PKZ

 16-31

 21-33

 25-34

 25-35

 25-33

 24-31

 24-30

 24-30

 24-30

 23-31

 22-31

 20-30

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MYANMAR

Formalities

  •   Administrative

UK and EU citizens: passport valid for at least 6 months after the return date, visa prior departure.

Other nationalities: contact your embassy

  •   Sanitary

No mandatory vaccine to this day.

Which language ?

The official and most widely spread language is Birman.

English is spoken in all touristic areas.

Which currency ?

The national currency is the Kyat (MMK)

1 € = 1 200 MMK; £1 = 1 711 MMK

Exchange rate is subject to sudden change.

What time is it ?          

Noon in London: 5.30pm in Vietnam in summer and 6.30pm in winter.

Governmental taxes

Our rates include governmental taxes applicable to all services paid in currency (hotels, transportation, entry tickets, tour-guides, etc…)

  •   Voltage : 220 volts
  •   Frequency : 50 Hz

Beware the power shortage in the rural areas and small cities.

What to wear ?

Light clothes regardless of the season but for the visit of temples and pagodas, make sure you have a top with sleeves (shoulders must be covered) and bottoms going at least up to the knee. From November to February it can get pretty cold in the hill areas and around the Inle Lake, make sure to have warm clothes for mornings and evenings. Myanmar is a modest country, please do not dress too provocatively.

Climate (in oC):

 

  Jan

  Feb

  Mar

  Apr

  May

  Jun

  July

  Aug

  Sept

  Oct

  Nov

  Dec

  MDL 

 13-28 

 15-21 

 20-36 

 24-38 

 26-37 

 26-34 

 26-34

 25-32 

 25-33 

 24-32 

 20-30 

 15-28 

  RGN

 18-32

 19-35

 22-36

 24-37

 25-33

 25-30

 24-30

 24-30

 24-30

 24-32

 22-32

 19-32


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