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Tourists killed in Vietnam

09-08-2016 03:52 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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District 1 in Ho Chi Minh City - among tourists and criminals equally popular

District 1 in Ho Chi Minh City - among tourists and criminals equally popular

Vietnam belongs for tourists to the most popular and safest travel destinations in the world, as long as one can believe officially widespread reports. However, this information may not been longer current since a long time. More and more tourists in Vietnam were killed at criminal offenses as well by tragic accidents. These accidents occur mostly due to insufficient checking for compliance with statutory safety regulations by the Vietnamese authorities. ITI-HOLIDAY had reported as early as April 2016 about the constantly rising crime in Vietnam , especially in the metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City.

Crime in Vietnam rises

ITI-HOLIDAY had reported as early as April 2016 about the constantly rising crime in Vietnam, especially in the metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City. The offenders became more and more unscrupulous over the past years and willing to accept even the death of their victims. On Monday the 27th June 2016, at 5.00 am, a 24 years old woman was on her way back home when she became the victim of a brutal robbery in Vo Thi Sau Street (District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City). The two perpetrators on a scooter were trying to steal the handbag of the young woman by drive past. The young woman was crashed so hard that she died three days later at hospital by her head cerebral injuries.

Tourists killed by robbers - not a unique case

A similar crime occurred in District 11 of Ho Chi Minh City on 30th November 2015. At 1:00 pm a couple was on the way in the Lac Long Quan Street together with the sister of the husband. Here the family was attacked by robbers on a scooter. The criminals tried to snatch the handbag from the 58-year-old sister of the husband. All three victims crashed hard at this attack but fortunately the couple was only slightly injured. However the 58-year-old woman had not been so lucky. She was unconscious after the accident and was taken to a nearby hospital. In there she died on the same day because of her brain injuries.

Other risks to be killed in Vietnam as tourist: http://www.vietnam-visa-for-vietnam.com/tourists-killed-in-vietnam.html

ITI-HOLIDAY Germany is an online travel agency for tours in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. We are offering affordable individual tours and fair travel service for the Europeans and here especially for the German market, into the Asian regions. ITI-HOLIDAY is an specialised international tour operator with a comprehensive service for travelers in Southeast Asia and Indochina. We are present on the European travel market Since 2008. We pleased about our growing customer numbers and popularity. We set great attention to customer satisfaction, service, fair prices and to realize it, we are leveraging the long experience of ITI-HOLIDAY Asia. Our strong community of local tour operators makes it possible.

ITI-HOLIDAY Germany
Indochina Travel Individual
Klingerstrasse 41F
09117 Chemnitz
Germany
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Heiko Grimm
Tel.: +49 371 2832201
Tel.: +49 371 3179571
Fax: +49 3212 1415272
E-Mail: info(at)iti-holiday.com
Internet: www.vietnam-visa-for-vietnam.com

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