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Let's Go Vietnam 1st Edition Paperback – 3 Dec 2004
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The only choice for the independent traveller; Let's Go takes you beyond the tourists and postcards to reveal the secrets on offer for a full cultural immersion. The most up-to-date guides available, Let's Go offers guaranteed first hand information and experience. Its lively, no-nonsense style will appeal to everyone from the voyaging virgin to the hardened adventurer. With its striking packaging, Let's Go 's attractive exterior compliments the most informative, friendly and practical advice on offer. Detailed maps of cities, towns and the outdoors. Entries at all price levels for lodging, food, attractions and more. All the practical advice one could ever need; New features for 2005 include: Beyond Tourism - working, studying and volunteering in the region with personal accounts and advice. A dedicated website will be launched in January 2004. Insider Tips - more time- and money-saving tips than ever before, as well as getting around and staying safe. 'Guides that penetrate the veneer of holiday brochures and mine the grit of real life' Economist [The] 'ideal companion for the independent traveller' Sydney Sunday Telegraph
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This book lacks information about sites, accomodations and restaurants that was easily found in the Lonely Planet, and was much better described in the Rough Guide. For the places we stayed, the descriptions of the accomodations were sometimes not at all accurate. Maps were also better in the Lonely Planet.
The only thing that was somewhat useful was the nightlife section, but even that was rather sparse in some areas.
Overall, would recommend Rough Guide above this (far above this) and Lonely Planet.