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Vietnam is a country of extraordinary extremes and distinctive experiences.
Vietnam is a country of extraordinary extremes and distinctive experiences, from kayaking in Ha Long Bay, marvelling at the 14th Century Cham ruins at My Son and exploring ornate temples, to relaxing on pristine beaches, exploring the ancient cobblestone streets of Hoi An and strolling by the modern buildings of Ho Chi Minh City. This is a land filled with rugged mountains, lush forests, dense jungles and verdant rice paddies dotted with bicycle-thronged cities and peaceful, rustic villages. Whether touring this fascinating country or simply enjoying the sunshine and beaches, Vietnam will not disappoint.
Beautiful scenery - pristine beaches & limestone karsts to soaring mountains & rice paddies
Discover scenic beauty, crystal clear waters and fascinating cultural sights throughout Vietnam.
We currently feature 16 luxury hotels and villas in Vietnam
Hoi An, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
Enjoy outstanding sea views, discover authentic Vietnamese hospitality and explore the rich heritage of Hoi An in the contemporary surroundings of Boutique Hoi An Resort.
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Both luxurious and unique, The Four Seasons Resort Hoi An is situated on the white, stunningly picturesque and unspoilt stretch of the world-renowned China Beach.
Sitting between Thu Bon River and the South China Sea the hotel overlooks the Cua Dai Beach.
Hue, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
Located in the countryside surrounded by natural environment near to famous historical landmarks.
Lang Co Bay, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
A fusion of unspoiled natural beauty and contemporary-chic resort living, Angsana Lang Co is the ideal location for a holiday that is the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure.
Surrounded by eco-diverse mountains, awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Sites and spectacular national parks, Banyan Tree Lang Co offers the perfect retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation.
Hanoi, Northern Vietnam, Vietnam
Located steps from the Opera House in Hanoi’s French Quarter, the famous Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi transports guests into the opulence of a bygone era.
Set in the heart of Hanoi’s historic French Quarter.
Con Dao Island, Southern Vietnam, Vietnam
A contemporary, 5 Star resort on a mile of sandy beach in an archipelago off the southern coast, Six Senses Con Dao reflects the essence of a traditional fishing village.
Ho Chi Minh City, Southern Vietnam, Vietnam
Named after the 15th Century French sailing ships that explored the world, Caravelle Saigon evokes a sense of history and tradition from one of the most prestigious addresses in the city.
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From swimming past limestone karsts to strolling through local markets, Vietnam offers something for everyone.
Dotted with thousands of limestone towers and islands, Ha Long Bay is one of the most breathtaking places in Vietnam. Aside from simply admiring this natural wonder, guests can kayak across the tranquil waters, swim off of some of the beautiful beaches or cruise through the bay on a wooden junk.
The historic city of Hue has three distinct areas, each with its own unique character. North of the river, the 19th Century walled Citadel contains the once magnificent Imperial City, quaint streets and beautiful gardens - one of Hue's main highlights. To the east, Phu Cat is a bustling district of shops and pagodas and what used to be called the European City, is where most of the hotels and tourist services are located.
The fascinating 120km network of tunnels at Cu Chi were dug during the American war and offer an insight into the underground life of Vietnamese solders from the 1940's to the 1960's. Today, tourists can visit Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc to explore a short stretch of the tunnels and several trapdoors, living areas, kitchens, storage facilities, hospitals and command centres.
April to June are usually the best times to travel throughout the whole country, before the temperatures hit their peak. July and August are peak months with both accommodation prices and temperatures, before the monsoon brings downpours from the end of August until November. Clear skies and sunshine are the norm between December and March, although temperatures can cool towards the north.
Southeast Asia, bordered by China, Laos and Cambodia
332,698 square kilometres
UK passport holders travelling to Vietnam for up to 15 days are exempt from visa requirements, as long as they do not re-enter the country within 30 days. Visitors holding other passports or planning to stay longer than 15 days require an e-visa before vi
Vietnamese Dong, although US$ are widely accepted
There's no standard tipping etiquette, however due to low wages any gratuities go a long way. A tip of around $3-5 per day per traveller is usually tipped to a guide on a private tour, plus $1-2 for the driver
Some recommended, please contact your doctor. As conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Vietnam on gov.uk.
Approximately 13 hours from the UK
The power supply is 220v. Most sockets use plugs with two flat pins
Vietnam National Administration of Tourism
Vietnamese, although English and French are also widely spoken
Smoking is prohibited in most indoor public places, with the exception of airport waiting areas, bars, karaoke lounges, discos, hotels and guesthouses, where designated smoking rooms are permitted
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