Lonely Planet Vietnam (Travel Guide)
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The Vietnamese Dong has been the official currency of Vietnam since May 1978, and is issued by the Vietnamese State Bank. After the Zimbabwe Dollar collapsed in April 2009, the Vietnamese Dong became the lowest-value currency in the world, with £1 buying roughly 30,000 VND.
Vietnam is generally a very inexpensive place to visit, with restaurant meals costing less than £4 per person, and city-centre rooms available from as little as £10 per night. We have seen that the average order placed between 1st of August and 31st of October 2013 is for about £625 (20,000,000 VND)
Most tourist centres in Vietnam will accept both Vietnamese Dongs and US Dollars, so it is advisable to take either Dollars or a mixture of both. US Dollars have the advantage that they can be exchanged back into Sterling upon return from Vietnam using a currency buyback service, and spending is more manageable with $300 in your wallet instead of 6,000,000 VND!
Only exchange money at official Money Exchange Counters. Illegal money changers like gold shops may offer a higher rate but there is a real risk of losing your money. It is almost impossible to change VND into US dollars without a flight ticket showing your onward destination even at official money changers.
The Dong is the official currency of the Socialist Repubic of Vietnam.
Over the past week the Vietnamese Dong has dropped by 0.65% from last Tuesday's rate of 31075.0000 to today's rate of 30872 which means £750 will buy you ₫152,250.00 less now than it would have a week ago.
During this period the best rate we recorded was 31075.0000 on Tuesday and the worst rate is 30872 recorded today.
The Vietnamese Dong is currently 0.29% lower than it was 30 days ago on 23rd November, having dropped from 30962.1821 to today's rate of 30872. In real terms, £750 will buy you ₫67,636.58 less now than it would have 30 days ago.
The best rate over this period was 31268.0000 on 26th November and the worst rate was 30815.0000 on 8th December.
The 90-day outlook has seen the Vietnamese Dong rate drop by 3.46% from 31977.4198 on 24th September 2014 to 30872 today. Based on these figures, £750 would have bought you ₫829,064.85 more three months ago that it would have today.
We recorded a high rate of 31977.4198 on 24th September 2014 and a low rate of 30815.0000 on 8th December 2014.
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