How much is $100 US in Vietnam?
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|Conversion rates US Dollar / Vietnamese Dong|
|100 USD||2274800.00000 VND|
|250 USD||5687000.00000 VND|
|500 USD||11374000.00000 VND|
|1000 USD||22748000.00000 VND|
Is $100 a lot of money in Vietnam?
What USD $100 buys you in Vietnam. Travelers to Vietnam turn into instant millionaires overnight, as 100 US dollars gets you 2,340,000 Vietnamese Dong (VND). While you won’t exactly be rich by Vietnamese standards, you’ll be set for a comfortable week’s worth of travel.
How much is Vietnamese dong selling for today?
The cost of 1 Vietnamese Dong in United States Dollars today is $0.000044 according to the “Open Exchange Rates”, compared to yesterday, the exchange rate decreased by -0.02% (by -$0.00000001).
What can 1 USD buy in Vietnam?
Vietnam: What a Dollar Can Buy You
- 1 day of bicycle rental.
- 2 Vietnamese coffees with sweet condensed milk.
- 15 minutes of air time on a Mobifone sim card.
- 1 bowl of pho bo.
- 1 small load of laundry.
- 250 grams of candied ginger.
- 1 Chinese lantern made of bamboo and fabric.
- 40 quail eggs.
How much is a loaf of bread in Vietnam?
Cost of living in Vietnam chart
|Accommodation (monthly rent)|
|Three-bedroom apartment in city centre||VND 28,000,000|
|Loaf of white bread||VND 18,500|
|Chicken breasts (1kg)||VND 68,000|
|Pack of cigarettes||VND 25,500|
What is considered rich in Vietnam?
According to Knight Frank’s report, in order to be included in the 1% richest people in Vietnam, one needs to have assets worth at least US$160,000. For Monaco, which has the world’s densest population of super-rich, the entry point for the principality’s branch of the 1% club is US$7.9 million.