Living in Vietnam
Many expats choose to live in the Tay Ho area of the city, around the large lake – West Lake – located in the district. Tay Ho can be relatively expensive to live in comparison to other areas and, as a result, growing expat communities are to be found in the Ba Dinh, Doi Can, Long Bien, Hai Ba Trung and Hoan Kiem areas.
Language Link has many years experience in working with the Department of Immigration and Department of Labour in Vietnam. We maintain a good relationship with these bodies in order to ensure we can provide a high-quality service to our teachers when it comes to working to procure Visas and Work Permits.
Vietnamese culture is diverse, complex and represents a changing and varied history. The nation is famous for ‘trading quarters’ and streets that are usually well organised into specific crafts and materials.
Hanoi is the Capital City of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, which was founded in 1010, over 1000 years ago. It is the conservative heart of Northern Vietnamese culture, the home to 7.6 million people and includes 12 residential districts.