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290 Responses to Contact

  1. Rick says:

    Any idea how the recent very wet and stormy rainy season impacted the Truong Son Dong Highway? Are any sections now (January 2021) unpassable because of landslides, etc? I’m particularly curious about road conditions from Thạnh Mỹ to K’bang. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

    • Tom says:

      Hi Rick,

      Yes, that’s a good question. I’ve been thinking about that too. I haven’t heard anything about sections of the Truong Son Dong Road being closed due to landslides, and the storms were months ago now, so there’s a good chance that any damage there was has now been repaired. But I have no updates from on the ground.

      Tom

  2. floyd unger says:

    I am 58 years old and hoping to retire in Vietnam, spend half a year there and the other half here in Canada. This covid epidemic has thrown a wrench into my plans. Vietnam has done a great job on handling the spread and keeping everyone safe, do you have any opinion on when the borders might reopen?

    • Tom says:

      Hi Floyd,

      Unfortunately, no one can make a realistic guess as to when the borders may open again. However, Vietnam is in a better position to do so than most other countries in the world, thanks to it’s successful containment of Covid-19. It’s likely that when flights do start coming in again from around the world, passengers will have to quarantine for at least two weeks.

      I hope this helps,

      Tom

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