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Traffic jams in Vietphái nam only frequently take place in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minch City. Vietnamese people seem be accustomed to traffic congestion, even miss it whenever they go to other places.

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There is no fixed rule for the time the traffic jams lớn happen but it is worst during the rush hour when everyone is in a hurry to lớn get to work or come back home page. Apart from peak hours, the time between 9 am lớn 10 am và between 3 pm lớn 4 pm also witnesses long lines of vehicles, mainly motorbikes, struggling lớn get out of narrow streets. Whenever it rains, the traffic jam gets more terrible with the joining h& of flooding. Taxis are extremely hard khổng lồ catch or wave sầu during the downpour. However, it only takes about 30 minutes on average for a standstill và 2 hours to get through the worst, not really bad compared khổng lồ that of other countries.

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Traffic Jams in Saigon - Photo: Vietnamnet

While the rapid increase in car use coupled with the deterioration of roads caused by disordered planning make the matter worse, the most annoying thing about the traffic jam is the way people react when being stuông chồng at the congestion. Most road users ride their motorbikes on the pavement rather than waiting calmly, or they constantly use their horns lớn hasten riders in the front, even shouting at them from time khổng lồ time. More luckily, bicyclists can leisurely carry their “war- horses” on their backs & thread their way through messy matrix.

Traffic Jam in Hanoi - Photo: Zing News

The congestion is not anathema to all people và in all cases. One of the redeeming features of the traffic jams is that it is often regarded as a last resort for Vietnamese when all explanations for being late seem unreasonable. It is also used as a familiar topic to lớn strike up a conversation, like weather-related matters. So take advantage of it! And the truth is that winters would be cooler and sadder without traffic jams.

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Saigonese and Hanoians have sầu different words to refer to lớn traffic jams. In the South it is "kẹt xe"/ jammed vehicles while in the North it is "tắc đường"/congested road.If you plan your trip, avoid the first & last day of Vietnam"s major holidays such as Tet Holiday, long weekkết thúc from 30 April lớn 2nd May when locals rush khổng lồ bus stations, airports or highways to lớn head trang chủ. If your flights fall on rush hours, make sure to lớn allow plenty of time khổng lồ travel - it can take as long as 1 hour for the 7km ride from District 1 to lớn Tan Son Nhat Airport.