Vietnam has released the first annual tourism report, naming the top visitor markets and the biggest spenders in 2014.
Higher incomes have allowed a new generation of consumers in Vietnam to make their travel dreams come true.
Proper driver's licenses or a sense of the traffic hardly seem necessary in the country.
Couples in central Vietnam spend 15 hours a day at sea and make $40 on a good day.
Japanese and US brewers hope to take over the market, which is poised to grow 40 percent over the next four years.
The longest break will be nine days for the Tet Lunar New Year holiday in February.