Vietnam Travel Guide: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Ho Chi Minh

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Gorgeous beaches, fascinating and complicated history, incredible food, lush nature; Vietnam is a country that truly has it all. Whether this country is first or fiftieth on your list, our travel guide has all the information you need to know if you’re planning (or dreaming of planning!) a trip to Vietnam.

Leave your expectations behind if you’re heading to Vietnam: here, you’ll eat noodles for breakfast, do your shopping in the middle of the night, and discover a country with a new story around every corner.

Hanoi more than delivers on urban excitement. If you’re looking for unique and mouth-watering food, the night markets of the Vietnamese capital should be your very first stop. You can enjoy a zippy ride on a scooter, all the street-food you can eat, and a night exploring the rapid development of this modern city. From trendy clubs to traditional puppet shows, experience a nightlife that’s all Vietnam’s own, and eat and drink the night away with locals and visitors alike!

Of course, Vietnam isn’t all fast-paced cities and rooftop bars. For a slower pace, head to Ha Long Bay and sail alongside limestone islets, with their lush rainforests towering above your head. The water is emerald-green, matching the vibrant greenery, and a sailing excursion here is like nothing else you’ve experienced before! A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the islets of Ha Long Bay are said have been thrown into the bay by a dragon protecting the people of Vietnam. Take a junk boat tour for a close encounter, or try scuba diving or snorkelling in the bay!

You’ll find a new adventure around every corner in Vietnam. From breakfast in the Bình Tây Market and a secret tunnel system in Ho Chi Minh City, to sailing along the Mekong Delta in a traditional basket boat, you can find your perfect trip – no matter what that looks like – somewhere in Vietnam.

There’s no time like the present to start planning an adventure of your own in this majestic country, so why not start today? Head over to TourRadar to explore the range of tours available, or watch more of our videos exploring Vietnam if you still haven’t gotten enough of seeing the beautiful views and incredible adventures you could be having.

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34 COMMENTS

  1. Vietnam is one of the most incredible countries I've visited. The people were extremely hospitable and charming and I'll never forget the experience.

  2. This video inspired me to create my own video and after getting inspired of watching your video I also started creating 😊👍

  3. Are there more secluded natural places to visit too, I want to travel on my own but don't want to be surrounded by tourists all the time lol.

  4. chào bạn, sắp tới đây châu âu sẽ đón một bầu khí mịt mù mới.
    vì theo tôi được biết trung quốc đang có hàng nghìn nhà xưởng bị cháy
    và chuẩn bị có hướng gió đông nam ẩm đẩy khí ô nhiễm lên theo dãy núi hymalaya hướng vào trung tâm châu âu
    vì vây tôi viết ra lời này là mong các bạn việt kiều khẩn trương về nước và nhân dân ta vẫn phải hạn chế đi lại bằng phương tiện để giúp không chỉ người dân trung quốc người dân châu âu.
    việt nam ta là nơi đón đầu nên chúng ta phải giữ bầu không khí trong lành để giúp các quốc gia nhé. vì giúp người là giúp ta mà. vì trái đất là một vòng tròn mà. mọi người cùng nhau chia sẻ để gửi tới chính quyền trung quốc trước khi một đại thảm họa nữa xảy ra. và đại thảm họa mùa hè này sẽ nhắm vào châu âu.

  5. I have been living in Vietnam for the last 16 years, coming from France, and i enjoyed this video very much. Well done, this makes people want to visit the country when the covid crisis is over. Keep up the good works and thank you

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