Busan private tours can be expensive.
You need to bring your own camera, food and water, but they’re cheaper than private tours.
Most tours start at NT$3,000 ($2,200).
Most tour operators are small businesses, but some have international brands like tour operator Lotte and Lotte China.
You can get a tour from a private company or online.
But the price depends on the tour company.
If you’re willing to pay NT$20 ($12) a day, a private trip from Lotte in the capital city, Ho Chi Minh City, takes about two and a half hours.
You’ll need to show ID and a passport.
You may also be charged a fee to change into a private car or a taxi.
Lotte has been in business for nearly 40 years.
Its tours take about 30 minutes and take about half an hour each way.
There are several Lotte tours in Vietnam, including a private one in Phu Quoc.
The tour in the country’s capital is about the same, but it takes about 15 minutes and takes about an hour to get there.
You must show your passport and be accompanied by an interpreter.
There is also a Lotte Vietnam private tour.
The company offers private tours in cities in the south and southeast of Vietnam, such as Saigon, Saigon City, Saen Thani, and Phu Yen.
Locate a Lottos Vietnam private trip Lotte’s Vietnam tour is usually held at the company’s headquarters in Ho Chi Manh City.
You might be able to find one at a bus stop or in a shopping mall.
There’s also a dedicated bus in the city.
It costs NT$5,000 to NT$10,000.
You pay NT2,000 (US$3.70) for a full tour and NT$1,000 for a half-day.
If your visit is limited, you can pay NT10,600 ($16,800) for one of the company-run tours.
There isn’t a daily charge, but if you want to stay longer than the company will allow, you’ll have to pay an additional NT2.20 ($2.70).
For a one-day tour, you might have to book the bus for around NT$15,000, according to Lotte.
A second tour will cost NT$35,000 and a third for NT$60,000 if you don’t want to be stuck in a hotel.
If there’s a long-distance connection, it will cost more.
The private Lotte tour will start at around 6:30 a.m. and will last about 20 to 30 minutes.
The bus will stop at Lotte office buildings and will stop and head back to the company headquarters in about an an hour.
You will have about 20 minutes to catch a train or walk.
Lott’s Vietnam private tours cost NT1,300 ($1,200) per person and NT10 ($10) per day, depending on the distance and the type of tour.
You also have to buy food, drink and a personal shower.
Lotto is another option.
It’s not a traditional private tour but it offers a more private experience.
It offers private, family-style dining, and it will take about an evening.
You are required to wear a business suit and a business shirt.
It takes about 45 minutes to reach the Lotte headquarters.
There, you will see the company logo and be greeted by Lotte management and staff.
The Lotte Vietnamese tours start from about 5:30 p.m., and you’ll need your own room.
You don’t need to be a member of the Lottes family, but you must show ID to buy your meals.
Lotos Lotos is a group that takes reservations for private tours and also offers a short private tour of the country.
It has three different private tours: one for NT $300 ($265), one for $450 ($575), and one for half the price of the NT$450 ($525).
The group also offers guided tours, including one to NT $200 ($125).
You’ll have 10 minutes to walk and you will have to sign an agreement that allows Lotos to track you down and to record your trip.
Loto Vietnam offers a limited number of tours, which costs NT1.50 ($1.40).
The Lottas can also book a bus or private taxi from the headquarters to the tour area, but there’s no fee.
You have to show your ID and your passport, but Lotos Vietnam will take you anywhere you want.
It also has private private tours that take around 15 minutes each way to reach your destination.
The group doesn’t charge a fee for each visit.
The buses are available in Lotte offices and shopping malls, but most of the group is at Lottamun Airport, where you can