Living in Vietnam

Over recent years, Vietnam has become one of the most popular and ideal destinations for expats. It’s no wonder, as the country is notorious for its low costs of living, colorful culture, delightful food, and drink culture, as well as many working and volunteer opportunities. But don’t think that life in Vietnam is simple. There is a concern about language and cultural barriers that get even bigger if you decide to live in the countryside. In the bigger cities, life is much easier, as more people are speaking English and lots of work opportunities for expats arise. Of course, nothing is sunshine and rainbows in Vietnam, so there are some difficulties here that you will need to endure if you choose to settle here, long or short term. If you decide to live in Vietnam, our expert Antonio, who is living in Vietnam for over 2 years, will help you get on your feet as a foreigner who decided to call Vietnam home.


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Looking to start your new life in Vietnam as an expat? I've been living in Vietnam for two years and here are my pros and cons of living in Vietnam.

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Looking for a comfortable place with fast internet to get some work done? Discover our list of the best working cafe in Da Nang and get things done!

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Looking to teach English in Vietnam anytime soon? It’s not that hard, even if you don’t have prior experience or you’re not a native. Check out our step-by-step guide on teaching English in Vietnam.

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Volunteering in Vietnam sounds like a great deal for you? Check out how does it look like to volunteer in a rural place through Starlight!

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