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Ho Chi Minh City, formerly named Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s economic engine and 60% of the economy is driven by foreign investment. For this reason, English language instruction is in high demand and ESL schools offer very generous packages. Vietnam is one of the strictest countries in East Asia when it comes to TESOL certification, and an advanced TESOL certificate such as Trinity CertTESOL, TESL Canada, CELTA or equivalent is required. Ontesol’s 250-hour TESOL Diploma is recognized for TESL Canada Professional Standard 2 certification upon completion of a 20-hour Practicum.
Ho Chi Minh City is located on the banks of the Saigon River, 60 kilometers from the South China Sea. Its proximity to the sea makes this wonderful city a paradise for seafood lovers. The lobsters found here are one of a kind and extremely affordable. The city is also famous for its ancient pagodas and various typical markets that sell wooden pieces of art, silk, spices, baskets and various types of ornaments.
Two travel experiences that you cannot miss while teaching English in Vietnam are visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels, a tunnel system used to resist American forces, and taking a boat ride up the Mekong river.
Ha Long Bay literally means the Descending Dragon Bay. It is so majestic and imperious that words cannot define how wonderful this place is.
Ha Long Bay was named one of the seven natural wonders in 2011. The bay consists of a group of 3000 islands rising out from the crystal clear water; a delightful sight. Its magic is based upon myths that the dragons protected this area during the times of war.
Ha Long Bay is the most popular tourist attraction in Vietnam. The wonderful islands are visited by thousands of tourists every year. They boat-cruise to the bay, visit the caves, and then hike through the national park. There are also beautiful beaches to visit. From February to April the weather is cool and moist, which reduce the visibility. In summer, storms are frequent and boats often have to change their routes in order to ensure safe travel.
Vietnam is not like any other teaching destination. Take your TESOL certificate online and embark in an exciting new career!
Hanoi is an amazing city for teaching English. While the cost of living is quite low, salaries are high for ESL teachers who have taken an advanced TESOL certification course such as TESL Canada, Trinity CertTESOL, or CELTA.
Hanoi’s architectural style resembles various cultures, including ancient Chinese, Parisian French, and even the Soviet era. The Tran Quoc Pagoda, the Museleum of Ho Chi Minh, the Presidential Palace, and the Opera House are emblematic buildings that show a piece of history. On October 2010, the city hit the thousand year-old mark!
Hanoi is a city of different seasons and moods. The springs and falls are extremely pleasant, the summers are too hot and the winters are too dull. Visiting the parks, street markets, and the Halong Bay are inexpensive ways to grasp the flavour and beauty of Hanoi.