I saw an RV (recreation vehicle) for the first time in Vietnam today. More changes are coming to Vietnam.
I saw it on the street as I was walking home from work, but I couldn't get my iPhone out fast enough to get a photo. But a couple of blocks later, I passed by an auto dealer on Huàng Văn Thụ Street, and it was just backing into a showroom slot.
It appears to be a 30-foot long American-made model. It is also well-used, but on a newer Ford chassis that had a Vietnamese license plate. It will be interesting to see how long it sits in the dealer showroom.
It is hard to imagine where a buyer might park this thing. Most people that buy cars here park them in their front living room. I posted about parking problems before.
I also haven't seen any campgrounds in Vietnam yet. I can imagine there might be some up in the national parks, but there sure isn't any within 200 km of Ho Chi Minh City. And there aren't any Walmart parking lots to use, either.