What it cost to live in Nha Trang for 1 month

What it cost to live in Nha Trang for 1 month

What does it cost to live comfortably in Nha Trang, Vietnam, for one month?  Below are our actual expenses for the month of April 2019 – when we spent a month in a beachfront Airbnb.

We also made a three-night side trip by bus to Dalat, Vietnam.

We use the free app ‘Spending Tracker’ to record every penny we spend as we endlessly roam around the planet. Each morning, over coffee, we recount and enter the previous day’s expenditures.

Do you know what you spend every day/week/month? We would highly advise anyone wanting to do long-term travel/living/retirement to get a clear understanding of all costs involved. 

Apartment rents……  $574.00
Restaurant/Bar………  $409.45
US property…………..  $387.50
Travel……………………  $144.90
Groceries………………  $115.85
Excursions…………….  $95.00
Health…………………..  $50.50
Clothing………………..  $50.25
Vietnam visas………..  $43.33
Credit card interest… $26.60
Gifts/Charity………….  $21.75
Misc. supplies……….  $18.50

TOTAL = $1,937.63

A few notes:
-Rents included electricity, water/sewer, internet & cable TV.
-Vietnam visa amount is one third of our 90-day, $65 per person visas.
-US property accounts for taxes and insurance on our rented Ohio, USA house.
-Excursions are major sightseeing trips, tours, admissions, etc.
-Health is over-the-counter medicines and our travel insurance policy providing emergency medical & evacuation coverage.
-Travel includes initial bus transport from Ho Chi Minh City and all local Nha Trang & Dalat buses, taxis & Grab rides.

Nha Trang fishing boats in the bay on a clear, sunny day.

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Ellen

Early retired budget traveler. Earthy Goddess. Former journalist. For humanity. Breast cancer warrior, now living flat. Loves chocolate, coffee, stories, puppies.
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