How to Plan Vietnam Travel Tour-Tips for traveling to Vietnam
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How to Plan Vietnam Travel Tour

How to Plan Vietnam Travel Tour

Traveling to Vietnam

How to plan your travel tour to Vietnam? For your next trip, we recommend you cultural events, places to visit, beaches… Therefore, for me, there is nothing better than being able to help a family on their trip. So on your next trip to Vietnam, consider planning a stay at home.

Here are some of my top favorites.

1. Ha Long Bay Cruise

Taking a cruise on Ha Long Bay is a must do activity if you are traveling to Vietnam, This UNESCO World Heritage site is an incredible place to see and experience. Taking a 2 – 3 day cruise on Ha Long Bay is a great way to get to see all that it has to offer.

2. Hanoi City Tour

Visiting Hanoi is an excellent way to experience the busy city life of Northern Vietnam. There are many wonderful attractions and places to visit and shopping in Hanoi’s old quarter is a very unique experience, you just have to try. There are also dozens of incredible restaurants in Hanoi, some tucked back in alleys and very hard to find. Don’t be afraid to try new things, but keep in mind that our western lifestyles aren’t used to the drinking water, so try to drink bottled water unless you like living on the edge.

3. Hue, Vietnam

There are lots of wonderful cultural events in this area and lots of great history. Visiting the Hue Citadel is a must do activity if you’re in Hue, also having lunch at a monastery is a great way to experience the culture and enjoy a unique tasty meal.

4. Hoi An, Vietnam

This special beach city is a great way to enjoy the beaches of Central Vietnam and pamper yourself. Some of the finest resorts in the world are located in Hoi An, including the Nam Hai an incredible 6 star hotel which provides a luxurious experience you’ll be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the world.

The beaches are spectacular, beautiful and eager to go every day. But especially this one is one of the best.

5. Saigon, Vietnam

This city has been more westernized then others in Vietnam, but you can still experience a lot of very unique culture and there are hundreds of incredible attractions to visit while staying here. There are some beautiful hotels that are very affordable to stay at. Usually Saigon is a great starting and ending point for a Southern Vietnam tour.