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Comment by Martin Nguyen on September 8, 2010 at 10:51pm
GOOD TAXI TO GO IN HANOI, VIETNAM

Dear our valued customers,

I would like to suggest you some useful information when you want take a taxi in Hanoi.

There are some good taxis you can trust:

1. Hanoi Taxi / Number: 04.38 535353/ rate: 12.000VND/km

2. Hanoi Tourist Taxi/ Number: 04.38 565656 / rate: 12.000VND/km

3. Mai Linh Taxi / Number: 04.38 616161 or 04.38 222 555/ rate: 12.000VND/km

4. Airport Taxi /Number: 04.38 866666/ rate: 180.000 VND to 240.000VND/way

(Only From Hanoi city to Noi Bai int'l Airport and VS)

Please just take one of them for your safe journey.

When you start from hotel, please ask receptionist for calling an honest taxi for you. We will give you clear information of distance, proximately cost and a Hanoi map.

When you start from somewhere else, please ask cabin clerk or local people for calling or you can catch on the way

but only above taxis.

Especially, Avoid taxi with NO phone number on car, NO Uniform driver, NO call operator inside, NO time counting.

Thank you very much for your time

We wish you have a good trip in Vietnam

Welcome to Hanoi Manor Hotel
Comment by 365Travel on August 18, 2010 at 5:31am
where is the like button, i need it :(
Comment by Ed Wetschler on June 24, 2010 at 9:06am
A few months Tripatini ran a story about the cruise ship showdown in the Mekong River Delta. Now a manager at one of those companies, Compagnie Fluviale du Mekong (CFM), says these routes may be imperiled by environmental changes. "I feel that global warming and the eventual effects of China’s dams in the Upper Mekong might lower water in a irreparable way," says Ship Manager Yves Boccuni. "We certainly will have to rethink Mekong cruises within the next decade." He urges the formation of an association of competing cruise lines to cope with this and other problems. Would these competitors really cooperate much with each other?
Comment by EnLinea Media on April 23, 2010 at 9:36am
Don't miss member Roderick Eime's survey of Mekong River cruising, this week in the blog.
 

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