Mã Zip Code Việt Nam Mới Nhất 2018

! And, I can assure you, the tìm kiếm for a postcode for our new address in Ho bỏ ra Minh thành phố has not been easy. Something that should have been so simple took me quite some time and I’m not sure I’m there yet.Bạn vẫn xem: pin code of vietnam saigon ho chi minh đô thị 2018, post office of vietnam saigon ho chi minh đô thị 2018, pincode vietnam saigon ho chi minh đô thị 2018, vietnam saigon ho chi minh thành phố 2018 sạc code

If you just want khổng lồ find a postcode for somewhere in Vietnam & don’t wish khổng lồ read about my detective work then head straight for the third last paragraph of this post. I did work it out in the end.

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The whole saga started when I decided I’d try and buy a book from Amazon. We will be in Ho đưa ra Minh thành phố for a while & I want lớn really make an effort to get out & explore different aspects of the city. There are lots of great books available, fiction và non-fiction & there were a few I’ve had my eye on. Something to lớn improve my extremely basic Vietnamese language skills looked useful, as did a street food dictionary. There were also a couple of guides written by locals that promised lớn get me below the tourist veneer and save us lots of money.

Anyway, I chose a couple, threw them in my shopping cart and went to kiểm tra out. Everything was going well until I got to lớn the shipping address, then WHAMMO!!! I was stopped in my tracks. No problems about shipping khổng lồ Vietnam but what was the Zip Code (AKA postcode or postal code)? Ho đưa ra Minh thành phố is extremely large & I figured there would probably be a whole series of codes…BUT, I’d never actually seen one before. Fair to say I’d never looked very far, but now I really needed it. This field is mandatory.

How did I find my local Ho chi Minh thành phố postcode? ….With a lot of effort!!

OK…So the first thing I did was pull out every business card, pamphlet, brochure và bill we had lying around the apartment & look at the addresses. No luck! Street address, District và even Ward were clearly described but not one single postcode. Ho bỏ ra Minh City and Vietnam were also part of the address on many of them but no zipcode. I asked my Vietnamese friends. The unanimous response was that they don’t get used at all.

Next I went to lớn the trusty internet…for a while I didn’t have a whole lot of luck there either. Searches for “postcode Ho đưa ra Minh City”, “postal code Saigon”, “zip code Vietnam”, “Ho bỏ ra Minh city Vietnam zip code” and every other combination I could think of didn’t really get much joy.

Wikipedia looked hopeful. They have a whole page titled Postal Codes in Vietnam…But the best they could vì chưng is tell me that Vietnam uses 6 digit postal codes & that Ho chi Minh’s ranged from 70XXXX to 76XXXX. I was pretty sure AMAZON

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wasn’t going to like all those X’s. Clicking through that links gave me some awesome information on Ho bỏ ra Minh City, but alas no specific postal code.

There were plenty of discussion boards lamenting the fact that Postal Codes aren’t used in Vietnam. I finally got onto the Amazon Help forum that seemed to indicate I should just use 700000 as the default và that would work. But I was a little bit dubious. Postcodes are important in Australia. They help your mail get delivered correctly. What if my books got lost because I had entered a default code? We live in the suburbs and I’m pretty sure our postal code would be different lớn the GPO that I figured this code was for.. Worry wart I know, but I get lượt thích that sometimes!

So I delved a bit deeper and finally hit upon a liên kết to Vietnam Post. Surely they would have something on their site. Ah yes…but it’s all in Vietnamese as the English option wasn’t working. Anyway, with a bit of trial & error I used the 4th tab from the left title MANG LU’OI, which I believe means NETWORK. The locations in the first drop down danh mục for Province had the same 2 numbers that I had seen in the Wikipedia List. Ho đưa ra Minh city was 70. The next drop down box was titled District so I was pretty sure I was on the right track. I pulled down Phu Nhuan (my suburb) & low và behold a table appeared with a listing of numbers và the addresses of the local Post Boxes in my area.


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Inside Saigon Central Post Office

Amazon has accepted accepted my address. My postal code has six digits. The first two are for my province or City, in this case Ho bỏ ra Minh City. The second two are for my District (Phu Nhuan) & the last two for the Ward (a part of each District).

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This is a classic example of how khổng lồ spend a loooottttt of time doing something that should be so simple. Why didn’t I go to lớn the post office & ask in the first place? You may well ask…I certainly am. Perhaps it’s the fact that until I started this search I didn’t know where that was. Perhaps it’s that I am now so used to obtaining instant information from the mạng internet that it actually didn’t cross my mind. Perhaps it’s that when I needed the information it was blowing a gale outside & teeming with rain. Anyway it’s done now và if you’ve found this post then you won’t have lớn go through all the effort.

How khổng lồ find your Vietnam Post Code

So if you need khổng lồ get something delivered in Vietnam và or a return address khổng lồ send something these are the steps to lớn follow lớn get your Vietnam postcode.

First find out where your nearest post box is.Enter your city or Province, the District or Town andUse the number in the second column corresponding to lớn the Post Box address.

That should vày the trick. As for me…I’m still waiting on my package. I’ll let you know when it gets here.

UPDATE: The books arrived safe and sound about three weeks after ordering. I won’t be ordering hard copies again UNLESS they are not available in eBook format as the delivery charges were quite steep. Even then, I believe you can order through the local FAHASA outlet & you don’t get charged for delivery. I’ll kiểm tra that out for a future post. It would be worth it for higher priced goods not readily accessible in Saigon, although I’ve heard mixed stories about the amount of customs you are required khổng lồ pay on various items.


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Hooray, they arrived!

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AnhMy Tran says:

Vietnam postal area code is the most stupid idea ever heard of.America is a large countries, & we invented the area code to lớn help, in addition of true address, that need no area code.Other countries that are tiny, post office need no such thing.Letters mailed from the other countries sent to lớn Vietnam go to lớn airports first, either SaiGon or HaNoi. From there, letters are transferred lớn the District Post Office of the address. Then they go to the branches offices, & to the house of the address. Sometimes the mails get khổng lồ the mountain by horse or on foot for several hours, where the area code is never a good idea.