The Hill: If you plan to visit Vietnam this fall, you may want to take a look at how much you’ll have to shell out.
As the number of visitors to the country climbs, so do the prices.
The total price of a visit to Vietnam has risen by nearly 70 percent over the past 10 years, to an average of about $2,700 per person.
That’s about twice the average American family spends.
But a trip to Vietnam isn’t cheap.
An average family of four would have to spend more than $3,000 in the country, according to the American Travel Council, a nonprofit that tracks the country’s tourism industry.
A typical family of five would have an average cost of about one month’s rent, which is about $1,500.
An American family traveling to Vietnam for just three weeks would have a trip that would cost them $2.5 million, according the American Association of Travel Agents.
The prices vary widely from state to state, and some cities, such as Hanoi and Saigon, charge more for a visit than others.
But if you are a backpacker who’s looking to visit Asia in 2019, the prices will likely be more in line with what you’re used to.
Vietnam has been on a steep climb in popularity.
Last year, there were about 6.2 million visitors to Vietnam, according Toehan.
That was up from 5.6 million in 2008, according data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
And the country has grown in popularity with travelers in particular, according in a survey released earlier this year by the American Chamber of Commerce.
More than half of the respondents said they would visit Vietnam if it was open to visitors, up from 39 percent in 2016, according a report from the chamber.
The chamber expects Vietnam to surpass the U,S.
as the world’s top tourism destination in 2019.
A similar report by the Chamber found that more than 60 percent of travelers in Vietnam said they were interested in visiting the country next year.
That doesn’t mean you’ll be able to save as much money for your trip as a year ago.
Most major cities charge $200 to $300 for a tourist visa.
Some are charging as much as $1.4 million.
And some are charging $1 million or more.
If you’re traveling to the Philippines, for example, you can expect to spend about $700 a person, according Travel + Leisure.
That said, a hotel in Manila, which has been a hotspot for tourists this year, can set you back $1-2 million a night, according TripAdvisor.
If your plan is to stay in the Philippines for a few days or a couple weeks, there are plenty of places to stay.
Some of the best hotels in the Southeast Asian nation are among the most affordable.
The most affordable hotel is the Palawan, a 3,000-room hotel located in Davao City.
It starts at $1 a night for two people and is a great way to explore Davao if you want to avoid spending a lot of money.
It also offers an inexpensive breakfast buffet and a complimentary massage.
There are many other inexpensive hotel options, but the Palawas is a good option if you’re looking for a cheap and comfortable option to stay during the tourist season.
For the most part, however, you’re going to be spending a ton of money on the island.
That is because of the massive number of people living on Palawan.
The average house in Palawan is worth $3 million, and the city’s median house price is more than 20 times that.
The island is also home to the world famous island of Lompoc, which can be reached from the Philippines with a plane.
The island is popular with backpackers because it’s a short flight from Manila and is close to the main tourist destinations of Hano, Saigon and Hano-Pyeongtaek.
There is a lot to do in Palawoc, so you may have to take the subway to get around.
If you’re staying on Palawo Island, you’ll also have access to some of the world class attractions, such a resort and golf courses.
A backpacker would be wise to check out the island’s beaches.
If the water is rough, you could take a kayak to go swimming, and there are several beaches with tidal pools.