Frommer's Vietnam: Including Angkor Wat

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Wiley, Jan 22, 2008 - Travel - 499 pages
3 Reviews
Frommer’s Vietnam 2e is an amazingly detailed guide that takes the reader through the country with practical information, late-breaking bargains, cultural insights, user-friendly maps, etiquette tips, a language glossary, advice for business travelers, and practical advice on planning the trip and getting around. This guide explores everything from the thriving expat nightlife in Ho Chi Minh City (once called Saigon) to a journey by boat into the Mekong Delta, past rice paddies and riverside pagodas. Unlike any of our leading competitors––including Lonely Planet and Rough Guide––Frommer’s Vietnam features excursions to Cambodia, including comprehensive coverage of Phnom Penh, Siem Riep, and the popular temples of Angkor Wat.

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User Review  - Chet - Goodreads

Preparing for another trip to Vietnam. Will post my findings at a later date as to how helpful it is to American visitors. Read full review

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User Review  - Tony Cohen - Goodreads

This POS is such a far mimicry of Lonely Planet I throw up in my mouth a little bit every time I think about how I actually went to a country without a Lonely Planet! NEVER AGAIN Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Sherisse Pham graduated from the University of British Columbia and immediately hopped across the Pacific Ocean to live in Asia. She is a Beijing-based freelancer who has contributed to several Frommer's titles including Frommer's China, Frommer's Beijing, and Beijing Day by Day. She has also worked for Zagat's Survey as a shopping editor and contributed to several local and international magazines.

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