Vietnam has seen steady growth in its economy and tourism sector. Along with its low cost, this Indochina Peninsula country has become one of the most popular countries for people to reside in from around the world. Although there is some paperwork (Visa) that would need to be taken care of, moving to Vietnam is not as complicated as it may sound. The only things required are preparation, money, and a visa to enter the country.
The first step that needs to be completed is by choosing a city. For those who prefer to be part of a large expat community, Hanoi is the perfect choice for them. Besides the expat community, there will be lots of English teachers and NGOs there.
Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) is another bubbling city that is perfect for digital nomads, entrepreneurs, and backpackers. People can pick any district they want to reside within Ho Chi Minh. Many districts are cheaper in terms of cost of living, but most expats stay in District 1 and 3.
Those who prefer less hectic cities can opt for Da Nang, Hoi An, and Nha Trang City. Hoi An is smaller and cheaper than Ho Chi Minh