Ancient and beautiful, Vietnam is becoming more and more popular every year, drawing travellers from around the world wishing to explore the variety on offer. From pristine Vietnam beaches, mountainous countryside, UNESCO protected cities, and lush rainforests, the attractions in Vietnam are endless. With friendly people, Vietnamese cuisine, and affordable Vietnam hotels, there is no wonder people love to travel to Vietnam!
The best time to visit Vietnam really depends on where you wish to travel in Vietnam. The south of Vietnam is separated by two predominant seasons: The dry season from November to April and the rainy season from May to October. However, the north of Vietnam boasts the four seasons; keep in mind that Hanoi winters can be quite cold, so make sure to pack accordingly.
Most international flights arrive at the Tan Son Nhat Airport in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).Fast moving and alive, Saigon is considered the commercial epicenter of the country, providing a great base for exploring the wonders of the Mekong Delta, including the popular cities of Can Tho and Chau Doc . There are also regular busses north to Dalat ofthe Vietnam highlands, where travellers can engage in some great (and affordable) adventure sports in Vietnam. For those wishing for a little relaxation, many beaches in Vietnam, including Phu Quoc , Mui Ne, and Nha Trang are easily accessible from Saigon.
As with the north and south of Vietnam, central Vietnam possesses a unique regional culture. The old town of Hoi An is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and appears to have been frozen in time. The city offers affordable Hoi An hotels nearby the restaurants and famous Hoi An tailors, and also not far from decent Hoi An beaches.
Hanoi , the capital and second largest city, is the cultural centre of the country, bursting at the seams with pagodas, cafes, and numerous lakes. Hanoi also is a great starting place for those who wish to travel to Sapa or Halong Bay.
Vietnam accommodation options ranges from cheap Vietnam hotels to high-end Vietnam luxury hotels. The Pham Ngu Lao area in Ho Chi Minh City is popular amongst backpackers seeking cheap Vietnam guesthouses, where the nicer Saigon hotels are located near the Opera House. Most of Hanoi hotels are in the Old Quarter, however, there are some nice Hanoi accommodation options outside the city centre, nearby West Lake (Tay Ho) and some Hanoi luxury hotels in the business district near the Hanoi Opera House.
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