Vietnam is becoming a hot new holiday destination for good reason. The climate is gorgeous, the beaches superb, and there are now a handful of excellent spa resorts.
From London: 12 hours
GMT +8 hours
A visa is required and one month validity on your passport post the visa expiry date.
Vietnam has a very diverse climate and covers more than one climate zone. Northern areas, above 18th Parallel have distinct winters and summers. Winters last from November to April and are cool and wet. Summer months have high humidity and occasional typhoons. Central Vietnam has a long dry season from late January to October, with periods of fog and fine drizzle. The South has the wet and the dry: the wet season lasts from May to November and experiences heavy but short lived downpours most afternoons. The dry season runs from December to April when temperatures average 30°c.
Located off the south-east coast of mainland Vietnam, the Con Dao archipelago of islands was initially settled by the British East India Company in 1702. One...
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is Vietnam's high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the whole country forward with its...
Hoi An is a town oozing charm and history, having largely escaped the destruction of successive wars. There’s plenty to do in Hoi An. Emphatically...
Nha Trang is the coastal capital of Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Its legendary pristine beauty is known throughout Southeast Asia. A place of soft white sand,...
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