Buy Vietnam Dong
Upon the unification of North and South areas, the Vietnamese Dong came into being. Replacing its predecessor, the French Indochina’s Piastra, the Dong underwent two reevaluations; one in the 1951 and the other one in the 1958. Just like any other currency, the Dong has coins along with banknotes. The former does not have any value and tourists are often advised not to carry coins since the Vietnamese bank itself does not accept coins. If you have plans to travel to Vietnam, always remember to carry credit/debit cards and banknotes. The local Vietnam exchange centres do not offer good exchange rates, this is why we advise you to have your local currency exchanged into the Vietnamese Dongs before travelling. The Vietnamese Dongs come in 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000, 200,000, and 500,000 bank notes. Although coins are minted and put into circulation, they do not offer any value due to inflation.
How long will Vietnamese Dong last?
Just like all the other Asian countries, Vietnam is extremely cheap. From the street markets, accommodation to eating out, everything carries a minimal price tag (for foreign visitors). Street food costs around 4,000 Dongs and public transportation costs around 160,000 Dongs.
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