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Our Team’s Top Picks for Vietnam

Want to check out some of the best things to do in Vietnam? Our expert team of travellers has put together an extensive list of our favourite Vietnam activities so you can easily experience the very best of Vietnam on your trip. Check out all of our top picks below and book your next holiday online with Backpacker Deals today.

Explore Ha Long Bay:

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Ha Long Bay is famous for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped with rainforests. Explore everything this breathtaking destination has to offer with a picturesque cruise, a kayak trip through the caves, a visit to the floating fishing villages, or a hike on Cat Ba Island.

Discover the History of Hanoi:

The capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi is rich in history and culture, with a mix of traditional architecture and modern buildings. While you’re here, we suggest visiting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, exploring the Old Quarter, and enjoying a traditional water puppet show at Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre.

Visit the Ancient City of Hoi An:

A well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port, Hoi An is known for its charming architecture and vibrant lantern-lit streets. Wander through the old town, take a traditional cooking class, relax at An Bang Beach, visit the Japanese Covered Bridge, and immerse yourself in the magic of the city.

Experience the Lively Ho Chi Minh City:

The largest city in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is a bustling metropolis with a vibrant nightlife, lots of shopping, and several historical sites. Take a tour around the War Remnants Museum, explore the Cu Chi Tunnels, shop at Ben Thanh Market, and enjoy the view from the Bitexco Financial Tower.

Relax in the Mekong Delta:

Known as the “Rice Bowl” of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is a lush region filled with rivers, swamps, and islands. Explore its rich natural beauty with a boat tour, a visit to the floating markets, a wander around the fruit orchards, or a trip to a local homestay.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time to visit Vietnam?

Vietnam is a year-round destination; the best time to visit depends on where you're going. The north is best from October to December, while the south is ideal from December to April, and central Vietnam shines from February to May.
 

Yes, most travellers need a visa to enter Vietnam. However, some nationalities are eligible for a visa exemption. Check with your local embassy or consulate for the latest information.
 

Vietnam has a well-developed transportation system. You can travel by plane, train, bus, or even motorbike. Domestic flights are a quick way to cover long distances, while buses and trains offer more scenic routes.
 

Credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and shops in major cities in Vietnam. However, it's a good idea to carry some cash, especially in rural areas.
 

Vietnamese cuisine is delicious and diverse! Don’t miss out on Pho (noodle soup), Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwich), and fresh spring rolls. For a sweet treat, try Che, a delicious Vietnamese dessert made with fresh tropical fruits, jellies, crushed ice, and milk.