Travel Guide to Vietnam: What to do – Are you planning to visit Vietnam soon? This travel guide is for you!
One interesting thing about Vietnam is that it’s ranked 14th in one of the most populous countries in the world, and ranked 9th most populous Asian country. The most visited places when in Vietnam are Saigon, Nah Trang, Hoi An, Sapa and the capital of the country: Hanoi.
WHERE TO STAY IN VIETNAM
The cost of staying for a night in a private double room in a low-end guest house costs are starting $8-10 USD. There are also Airbnb options starting from $10-20 USD and be ready to have a local experience.
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Travel Guide to Vietnam
How to get to Vietnam
If you are coming from United States, there are cheap flights from San Francisco. There are also affordable flights from Europe and from Southeast Asia. A great and informative website for booking and finding affordable flights is Skyscanner.
For moving around Vietnam you can use Uber and Grab!
Applying for your Visa for your Vietnam Trip
When visiting Vietnam, there is something you shouldn’t forget: applying for your Vietnam Visa. No worries, it is very easy to apply and get one. Once Visa is settled, you will surely have an amazing experience in this country!
What to eat
It´s a must in Vietnam. Vietnamese food is one of our favorites cuisines in Asia. You should try delicious noodle soups, sandwich, coffee and ice cream, Pho and Bahn Mi. Prices are very affordable and you can find different dishes and street food starting from $1!
One of the best and most popular coffees in the world is Vietnamese Coffee. Which one was our favorite coffee? Egg Coffee, without any doubt! We actually became addicted to this coffee and we also loved the atmosphere in the coffee shops.
Where to go
If you want a headache-free and smooth Vietnam Trip planning, you can contact Vietnam tours and they will take care of your daily trips in Vietnam! We know how convenient it is for us travelers to have someone plan our trips because this will let us have more time for other things.
There are almost 10 million people in the city of Saigon, as well as thousands of motorbikes, tasty street food and many activities you should try. There are also interesting museums and beautiful parks to visit here. Just be mindful of your belongings because there are too many people here and we don’t want to lose our valuables.
Relax in the beach, visit the markets and enjoy the nightlife. We loved the vibes in Nha Trang.
This is our favorite place in Vietnam. Just rent a bicycle and get lost around this small city. You can visit the beach, try local food, meet other travelers and most importantly, connect with local people. Don’t forget to also stop by and walk around local markets.
Enjoy the capital of Vietnam! Drink coffee in the afternoon and beer at night. Have fun walking around the lakes and their beautiful sunsets. It can be little bit busy in peak hours but very relaxing at night time.
This is included in one of the 7 wonders of the world. It’s a perfect place for a getaway, picture taking, cave visitation and kayaking. A cruise around Halong Bay is also a must-try. We enjoyed it so much!
This is a perfect place for hiking for a couple of days. You can stay in a home stay and drink happy water. It was great to have an opportunity to know how local people live in the mountain. You will surely have a good time watching the beautiful landscapes and rice fields.
Saigon to Hanoi by motorbike
Another great adventure you can try is a Vietnam motorcycle trip buying or renting a motorbike and traveling from Hanoi to Saigon and vice versa. Visit remote villages and there you’ll see splendid landscapes.
About the Author: Ruben, co-founder of Gamintraveler.com since 2014, is a seasoned traveler from Spain who has explored over 100 countries since 2009. Known for his extensive travel adventures across South America, Europe, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Africa, Ruben combines his passion for adventurous yet sustainable living with his love for cycling, highlighted by his remarkable 5-month bicycle journey from Spain to Norway. He currently resides in Spain, where he continues to share his travel experiences alongside his partner, Rachel, and their son, Han.