Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam travel guide

Quick Facts before visiting Vietnam:

💱Currency: Vietnamese Dong (VND)
💶 Budget for a trip to Vietnam: The average daily cost for a trip to Vietnam is around 1.5M VND ($61 USD), which covers food, accommodation, and transportation.
💜 Is tipping required in Vietnam? Tipping is not mandatory in Vietnam, but it is appreciated for exceptional service, typically rounding up the bill or leaving small change.
☀️ Best time to Visit: The best time to visit Vietnam is from November to April when the weather is generally dry and cool in the north and warm and sunny in the south.
🏥 Travel Insurance in Vietnam: I recommend SafetyWing which will cover you in case of trip cancellations or any accidents during your travels.

Hidden Gems in Vietnam

Many peaceful hidden gems can be found in Vietnam

There are so many beautiful and undiscovered places in Vietnam. Next time you visit be sure to venture off the beaten path. Instead of Ha Long Bay, try La Han Bay for less crowds. Instead of sticking to the Hoi An ancient city, venture out to the countryside to discover the peaceful rice paddies and more!

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solo travel in vietnam

Is it safe to travel Vietnam solo?

Your guide to navigating Vietnam solo.

Planning to solo travel in Vietnam?

Vietnam is a safe and extremely affordable destination for solo travelers. Whether you’re drawn to bustling city streets, serene countryside, or pristine beaches, Vietnam offers a diverse range of experiences for all. The street food is simply amazing and there are so many picturesque villages to explore. For first-time solo travelers, sticking to popular tourist destinations can offer a smoother experience, with greater accessibility to English-speaking locals. Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh City are all great places to travel alone in Vietnam.

Vietnam on a budget

Vietnam might just be one of the cheapest places to visit in the world! Making it an amazing destination to visit affordably. I stayed in the most stunning hotels for $30 a night! I was in disbelief. I mean take a look at this hotel pictured which looks like Morocco but is in Hue, Vietnam for only $25 a night!

Food is super cheap too. You can eat one meal for less than $4.

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