Move To Ho Chi Minh City-Expat's Favorite Places To Live

published 1 month ago by John Saboe: Broadcaster | Photojournalist/Videographer | Publisher-Far East Adventure Travel Magazine

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon has been very good to me. So many positive things have happened since I arrived here almost two years ago. I created this video to help others who are either thinking of moving here or have just recently moved and are looking for some more insight into the options where expats would feel comfortable settling in. As you'll see in the video, there are some things you'll have to deal with depending on where you decide to live. Either traffic issues or a lack of safe places for pedestrians to walk are two things you'll have to come to grips with. Most expats do choose to live close to where they work as the traffic can be a nightmare to deal with, and then there's those downpours during the rainy season. If you are wanting to find out more about living in Ho Chi Minh City you can book a one hour session with me on Zoom or Skype. I can cover many topics from best places for expats to live, shopping, food, entertainment, some health and safety issues, cultural differences, and general things that can save you time and money. You can contact me by email to find out if I can help you out and rates-john@fareasttravels.com. I hope to share more insights and things that can help you learn more about Ho Chi Minh City before you decide to move. *I often get asked what camera or cameras do I use.* I currently use a DJI Osmo Pocket camera and an insta360 One R Twin Edition camera set that includes a dual lens 360 camera I use for drone like shots and other effect shots and a 4K wide angle action camera. If you use the following link to purchase an insta360 One R camera you can get either a free selfie stick or battery with the code in the link. I do receive a small commission if you use this link:

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