Why We Love Living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam—Top 5 Reasons

Reekay and I have been living in Vietnam close to 6 months. Learn the top reasons why we love living in one of Southeast Asia’s most bustling cities, Ho Chi Minh City.
1. Reekay’s Life Beyond the Sea.
2. Meetup: Saigon Social.
3. Starbucks, 76 Le Lai Street, HCMC.
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Q: Where are you from?
A: I’m Vietnamese-American from Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
Q: Where are you based?
A: Saigon, Vietnam and travel throughout the Asia-Pacific.
Q: Where did you go to school?
A: I have a B.A. from St. John’s University (Minnesota), a M.A. degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Hawaii, a Global Trade Certificate from Saint Paul College (Minnesota), and am APICS-certified as a Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).
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34 thoughts on “Why We Love Living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam—Top 5 Reasons

  1. Thank you my first time Asia next year September Vietnam 12 days then Philippines my love life a disaster that not real reason I going to Asia although I would dream of a girlfriend of the most beautiful stunning girls in the world with great values that be a bonus I want a great holiday the culture history of Asia faciniates me who knows dreams come true my luck never do fantastic video guys thank you 😀😀

  2. I really enjoy both of your channels. Can you spare a session discussing the healthcare insurance and cost for retirees who plan to settle in VN?

  3. But we in the groups, experienced getting our pockets picked. The culprits don't look like Vietnamese though. More like Bangladeshis.

  4. I am from the USA… You talk of a 1 year visa (tourist or business) but you never mention how often one must "make a visa run" (say, to Cambodia)

  5. So when you guys got the apartments in your districts there wasn't a language barrier? now I'm listening to you guys do your podcast you need to inform the people about the language they don't speak English over there so are you trying to tell me is that easy to get around Vietnam without knowing the language or do they speak English over there ? Are the signs and the menus are they all in English?

  6. Vietnam is such a charming country. It’s socially conservative, the food and colonial architecture are fantastic and the varied countryside is beautiful. I both love and hate this video, because it’s spot on, and could contribute to an overwhelming amount of tourists, including the unhealthy girly bar scene found in neighboring countries. I’m not saying it doesn’t exist at all, just that it’s so much smaller that it’s easy to avoid just by not looking for it. As a westerner, you can really enjoy a normal experience, along with all of the wonderful attributes of SE Asia, like the food, weather, great beaches, mountains, politeness and safety. Vietnam is easily my favorite SE Asian country and I’ve traveled throughout Asia very many times.

  7. I have visited Vietnam and would love to retire there. Any advice on how to go about it? Will I have do be doing continual visa runs?

  8. I like your channel but your guest speaker is a real turn off. I have seem his channel which game me the impression he is a scammer or something of the sorts.
    So i withdrew my subscribe to your channel.
    Will look in on your channel regularly to see your content.
    Best of luck to you.

  9. thank you for the info about vietnam. I am looking forward to one day i can go back and hopefully able to retire there. I'm happy to hear all the researched you guys have done throughout vietnam. sounded pretty accurate to me. I'm excited to one day. thank you again.

  10. I wonder if the Starbucks there had WiFi?
    I remember my first time visiting Manila, I could not understand why there was no WiFi in the Starbucks.
    Didn’t take too long to figure out why…. lol

  11. Good, accurate advice from you guys. I'd add that the bar scene is spectacular as well. Cheap beer, free pool, conversations with ex pats/travellers and pretty bar girls. What's not to like?

  12. Just wanted to say I appreciate your videos and thoughts on Vietnam. I have seriously been considering moving there once my obligations as an only child to my widowed mother are not there, and of course that has to come first. I have lots of experience in manufacturing of hydraulic parts and distribution to go with my education, and I think with the trying to shift manufacturing out of China would mean business opportunities for me. So hearing real down to earth info on Vietnam is very useful, plus I am an old school romantic twice burned in the states, and would love to find a good loyal old school type relationship.

  13. Flabbergasted at the low follow count. You are obviously early in your Youtube arc. You guys deliver, and LifeBeyondtheSea has proven himself a thoughtful, trustworthy adventurer.

    Intelligent maturity combined with childlike fascination is a deadly combination in this world of ours.

  14. Wow, that cost of living is incredible. I do find southeast Asian women so very attractive. Great video guys. I can't find a reason why I would NOT want to visit there sometime soon and consider residing there nearing retirement. One thing on my personal list, maybe not top 5 but close, is the weather. Love it hot and humid.

  15. Question: I’m Filipino, but in the Philippines, they know I’m from the States due to my Filipino accent and many will charge me a tourist price. Does this happen in Vietnam?

  16. One thing you missed out is the very affordable Massage places, legit massages, once you’ve had a good one they can become addictive, lol, also the barber shops are great for the service you get. Oh the one negative would be the heat and humidity, depending on the time of year. Iam in Hanoi and it’s almost 35c or almost 100f at the moment.

  17. Sadly looks like some of Greg Bender's trolls have found your channel to harass Henry. Expect more unless you start to delete and block them. They are like a cancer on YouTube

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