Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam Travel Guide

Best Suggestions for You to Explore Vietnam

You may have dreamed of a Vietnam vacation to enjoy its beautiful scenery and unique customs. Beyond the best-known natural wonder of Halong Bay, Vietnam also has ancient towns like Hoi An and Hue, bustling cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Mich, lovely countryside like Sapa and Ninh Binh, mysterious Mekong Delta, and various tasty cuisines. If you are confused about how to plan a perfect trip to Vietnam, move down and browse our travel guide. There is a series of articles to tell you about Vietnam's best places to visit, the best attractions to see, the best time to visit, some travel tips, and so on.

News on Vietnam E-Visa The new update to the Vietnam E-Visa - Citizens of all countries can now travel to Vietnam with an E-Visa! With the duration increased from 30 days to 90 days and unlimited entry from 15 August 2023, there is more freedom to travel to Vietnam without having to go through the procedures for a new visa!

Vietnam Travel Essentials

Best Vietnam Itinerary Ideas

Our local experts, who know this country like the back of their hands, curated a series of itinerary ideas. Check them out below, and you will know how to unveil the hidden gems and unmissable highlights of Vietnam.

Popular Destinations in Vietnam

Top Things to Do in Vietnam

  • Go sightseeing in Hanoi

    Hanoi is an ancient city with over a thousand years of history. Once a city-state in ancient China, it was settled by the French during the war before independence. Having been ruled and culturally shaped by both East and West, various old buildings have been left behind. This is why Hanoi has Gothic churches and some Chinese-style pavilions. You can also experience the various lunar festivals and pray with multiple religious people. In short, Hanoi is a very inclusive city with many cultures.

  • Embark on a Halong Bay Cruise

    Halong Bay is famous for its dramatic landscape, and it is a typical karst area with a large number of distinct peaks and forests scattered along the shore. There are many impressive caves under the ground and about 2,000 islands, large and small. Of course, if you're looking for a thrill, Halong Bay has plenty of hills to climb and islands to explore.

  • Walk through Ho Chi Minh City

    Ho Chi Minh City has transformed into a global commercial center, taking advantage of its thriving port, and is now one of the most developed cities in Vietnam. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, many historical and cultural relics remain in Ho Chi Minh City, such as the bright Rad Church and the classic Saigon Post Office. Cu Chi Tunnels is the most famous, almost an underground village dug out by hand.

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