Vietnam Itinerary 6 days: North, Center or South

June 22, 2022 - 1186 views

Vietnam is a long country with many beautiful places to visit, a lot of exciting activities to join. You may need a month to travel to most of the must-see places in Vietnam. However, if you have only 6 days in Vietnam, it is a good idea to spend your holiday in specific regions. See the below article including Vietnam itineraries for 6 days in 3 different regions in Vietnam: The North, The Center, and The South, pick up one which is best for you. 

North Itinerary 6 days

As you know, Northern Vietnam is the origin of the thousands-years-culture of Vietnamese people's civilization. When you arrived in this land, you will be able to explore the fascinating natural beauty and many impressive architectural works. If you intend to come here for about six days without a specific plan for the cruise, continue to scroll down to read it. This article will assist you with a trip to North Vietnam in 6 days without missing out on any essential locations.

Day 1: Half-day for A Trip around Hanoi

Tran Quoc Pagoda - Northern Vietnam Itinerary

Hoan Kiem Lake

You can take a tour by car or motorbike (depending on your preference). The first place you should set foot is Vietnam's first university: the Temple of Literature (Van Mieu). Van Mieu is located in the Dong Da district, right in the middle of 4 main streets including Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ton Duc Thang, Van Mieu, and Quoc Tu Giam. It was built in 1070 in King Ly Thanh Tong's time, worshiping Confucius, Chu Cong, and Tu Phoi. In 1076, King Ly Nhan Tong established another Quoc Tu Giam next door to be a university dedicated to the kings and noble families. By the time of King Tran Thai Tong, Quoc Tu Giam was renamed National Academy.

The second place you should visit is the One Pillar Pagoda, one of the most iconic temples in Vietnam. The One Pillar Pagoda was originally built by the order of King Ly Thai Tong, the reigning emperor from 1028 to 1054. Although destroyed by the French colonialists when they withdraw from the city, the building was of significant importance. This work was completely rebuilt in 1955.

One Pillar Pagoda - Northern Vietnam Itinerary

One Pillar Pagoda

Near the One Pillar Pagoda is the mausoleum of the great father of the Vietnamese, Ho Chi Minh, and his house. The Mausoleum is usually open in the mornings of the week except for Mondays and Fridays. However, on special days such as the first day of the Lunar New Year, May 19 (Ho Chi Minh's birthday), and September 2 (National Day) that coincide on Monday or Friday, it will still open for visitors.

The next place you should go to is the picturesque West Lake and its sixth-century Buddhist Temple Tran Quoc. Tran Quoc Pagoda is considered the oldest temple in Hanoi with a history of more than 1,500 years. In addition, West Lake is the largest lake and the most famous scenic spot in the Hanoi capital. It is 500ha wide.

The next place you should go to is the picturesque West Lake and its sixth-century Buddhist Temple Tran Quoc. Tran Quoc Pagoda is considered the oldest temple in Hanoi with a history of more than 1,500 years.

After visiting the above exciting places, if you are tired, take the rest of the day to relax. If you want to do some light activities, you can go to some traditional shows like Water Puppet Show and Four Palaces Show.

Day 2: Ninh Binh Day Trip - Hanoi - Night Train to Lao Cai

Ninh Binh - Northern Vietnam itinerary

Ninh Binh ancient city

If you have a visit to Vietnam, do not hesitate to go to the picturesque countryside of this country. Then, on the 2nd day in the North, you should get a Ninh Binh Full-day Excursion and explore Hoa Lu - the ancient capital of the Dinh and Le dynasties, before making a boat trip down the Tam Coc River. Tam Coc Bich Dong has a natural area of 350.3 ha. It is located 2 km from National Highway 1A, around 7 km from Ninh Binh City, and 9 km from Tam Diep City. Mainly this area is located in Ninh Hai commune (Hoa Lu). Tam Coc Bich Dong tourist area includes many sightseeing routes for yachts, cycling, and walking, connecting nearly 20 tourist destinations.

You should depart from the resting place around 8 am, and it will take about 2 hours to drive through rural northern Vietnam. At Hoa Lu, you will visit places where temples dedicated to Emperor Dinh Tien Hoang of the Dinh dynasty (968 - 980) and Le Dai Hanh of the Le dynasty (980 - 1009). If possible, after arriving in Hoa Lu ancient capital, take a walk in the limestone hills. You will probably have an enjoyable physical experience.

If you continue to go to Tam Coc town, you will have the opportunity to see the traditional villages. Try having a Vietnamese-style lunch there. For those who like feeling adventurous, you should climb Bich Dong Pagoda. Bich Dong Pagoda is an ancient architectural work like other temples. But the unique thing about the Bich Dong pagoda is that it was built in the style of "Tam" (Chinese language). There are three non-adjacent buildings, and they rely on the mountain from low to high to 3 separate temples: Ha Pagoda, Chua Trung, and Thuong pagoda.

After returning to Hanoi, take a break for a night train to the next destination on the 3rd day in Northern Vietnam. Around 8 pm, you should move to Hanoi train station because the night train from there to Lao Cai will depart at around 9:15 pm.

Day 3: Time to Traveling Lao Cai - Road Transfer to Sapa - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van

The train will stop in Lao Cai from around 5:30 am to 6 am. You should find a place to rest and relax for a while before starting a full-day trip in the North of Vietnam.

After taking a break, start your new trip by trekking on a small road to the valley of Y Linh Ho Village. It was a small village settled on the Muong Hoa river. The community of Hmong people is also in the vicinity. Hmong is one of the largest ethnic minorities in the Sapa area.

Trekking to Village - northern vietnam itinerary

A trekking trip in Sapa

Hmong people have their own languages and have traditional indigo blue costumes. You may not know, that Hmong people have recently started to change their lifestyles, they become more sedentary. Here, you can see many traces of traditional cultures: rudimentary houses surrounded by those walls.

Continuing the journey, you will come to Ta Van Village to visit the Zay people. They are a minority group with about 38,000 people concentrated mainly in Northwest Vietnam. After visiting Ta Van village, you should catch a ride to return to Sa Pa right on the day to rest.

Day 4: A Day for Sapa - Cat Cat - Sin Chai - Road Transfer to Hanoi

After checking out, you will begin the 4th-day journey down the southwest of Sapa to visit the Cat Cat village of the H' mong people - one of the magnificent villages in Sapa. Come here, take the time to relax at the foot of the majestic waterfall and an old hydroelectric plant built by the French during their time as a colony.

Local market - northern vietnam itinerary

Local market in Sapa

At noon, you can enjoy lunch at the river. Then continue walking 3km to Sin Chai village - a home village at the foot of Mount Fansipan. Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam, and also the roof of three Indochina countries (Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam). With a height of 3,143 m above sea level, Fansipan belongs to the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, about 9 km from Sapa town to the southwest, adjacent to the provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau in Northwestern Vietnam. In the local language, the name Fansipan means a giant stone. Fansipan Peak is a meeting place for climbers and those who like the feeling of touching the sky.

After that, go back to Sapa town. Around 3 pm is the time you should start the ride back to Hanoi.

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Day 5: A New Trip From Hanoi - Halong Bay - Overnight on Cruise

You must have known Ha Long Bay - the pride of Vietnam tourism, listed by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage and voted by the New 7 Wonders Organization as a Natural Wonder. You should have a night in this world-famous bay.

visit halong bay in northern vietnam itinerary

Explore Halong Bay

After enjoying breakfast in Hanoi, start your journey to Halong Bay. It takes about 2.5 hours to ride to that tourist paradise (departure time should be 8:30 a.m.) and normally you will arrive at the port at 11.00 a.m. and prepare for the Halong Bay cruise check-in procedure.

Halong Bay has a total area of 1553 square kilometers, including 1969 islands, of which 989 islands have names and 980 islands without names. The World Heritage Area covers an area of 434 km2 including 775 islands, such as a triangle with three peaks: Dau Go Island (west), Ba Ham Lake (south), and Cong Tay Island (east). The majestic landscape here deserves you to pay for sightseeing and stay one night. Enjoy it!

Day 6: Halong Bay - Hanoi

Dear readers, if possible, get up early to enjoy the great dawn on the karsts of Halong Bay. After enjoying breakfast, the cruise will take you to Hanoi. For the rest of the last day, you can go to souvenir shops to buy some small items for friends and relatives. It must be a lot of meaning.

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6 days Itinerary in Central

Center Vietnam is less known than other parts of Vietnam, however, it never stops attracting tourists coming to visit. The center of Vietnam is also the heart of the country with its ancient past and relics. There are many places in this region waiting for you to explore: the temples, pagodas, tombs, citadels, golden sand beaches, and river islets. you will never be disappointed. 

Day 1: Hue Arrival & Hue Night Culinary Tour Half-day

Start your 6 days trip in the center of Vietnam with Hue, the former capital of Vietnam. The best way to explore its culture is through its unique cuisine with lots of typical local dishes. Traveling to Hue, you should not miss the chance to discover its cuisine, and culture and enjoy the local street food at night. Let's join the night culinary tour in Hue.

The food tour starts at 18:00, you will be picked up at your hotel by a cyclo. Your first destination is Hang Me restaurant on Vo Thi Sau street, where you have a chance to taste delicious Hue cakes such as Banh Beo, Banh Nam, Banh Bot Loc, Banh Ram It, Banh Uot…They are the typical dumplings of Hue, which are all made from rice flour. To have a perfect dish, the food should be meticulously made by the locals, from the selection of raw materials to the processing.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Cyclo Ride In Hue

Cyclo Ride In Hue

After Hang Me restaurant, you will be taken to Hen island to enjoy clam dishes such as Clam Rice, and clam noodles. Clam rice is ranked the 1st in the list of must-eat food in Hue. They are local and cheap dishes, but not easy to make. You will need to steam the rice dish topped with baby clams, peanuts, sesame seeds, crispy noodles, basil, crisp pork cracklings, and a plethora of greens. Mix everything up to make a very characteristic and pungent flavor of Hue.

Another typical dish in Hue is sweet soup. Walking on Le Loi street, you can easily find many sweet soup shops to enjoy this kind of food. There are many options for you to choose from popular dishes to royal-style ones. You may not know Hue is home to many kinds of sweet soups which are different, delicious, and nutritious. Hue locals are known as light-handed, meticulous, and elegant cooks. This may explain why Hue sweet soups are number one throughout Vietnam.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Hue Local Street Food

Hue Local Street Food

If there is still space in the stomach, continue to walk to Dinh Tien Hoang street where you have a chance to taste favorite cakes such as Banh Khoai, Nem Lui, etc. Then stop at Imperial Citadel and Truong Tien Bridge to enjoy a sparkling night there.

When you are full, cyclo takes you around the streets to admire the romantic atmosphere at night. You can buy special gifts for your beloved at home such as sesame candies, conical hats, sour shrimps, long dresses, and Minh Mang wines.

The tour ends at 22:00 at your hotel. Sweet dream to have good health for the next day's trip.

Day 2: Hue Full-day Tour

Besides the cuisine, Hue attracts tourists with its peaceful sceneries, mausoleums, and temples with unique art. Coming to Hue, not only you will be able to taste the delicious food, but also experience many other beauties of Hue. Join a full-day city tour to see what Hue has to offer you.

The full-day tour starts with a trip on the boat along the Perfume River to visit the towering Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the most fascinating and ancient pagodas in Hue city. Not only is the pagoda regarded as a symbol of Hue which appears in many romantic poetries or lyrical songs, but it is also the most sacred and attractive pagoda in the center of Vietnam.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Thien Mu Pagoda

Thien Mu Pagoda

A trip to Hue is incomplete without a visit to tombs to understand more about Nguyen Emperors and Royal’s Life. Minh Mang tomb and Khai Dinh tombs are among the best tombs to visit. Minh Mang tomb is a traditional architectural complex of 40 structures (palaces, temples, pavilions, etc.) It can be said that the Minh Mang tomb is different from the rest of the imperial tombs because of its architecture. Minh Mang's tomb offers a balance of nature and structures that is unmatched among tombs in Hue. This balance between landscape and buildings reveals a lot about the personality of the Minh Mang emperor and his characteristics during his reign. Khai Dinh tomb, officially known as the Ứng Mausoleum, is the smallest, but costliest, and the most recent one in comparison with other tombs of Nguyen royals. It was established by Emperor Khai Dinh, the 12th Emperor of the Nguyễn Dynast, from 1920 to 1931. This 11-year-to-complete tomb is a perfect combination of the architecture of Eastern and Western styles and is considered one of the most worth-visiting Hue attractions.

After a visit to these two tombs, you will enjoy the classic Hue cuisine at a local restaurant, relaxing before the afternoon tour.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Imperial Citadel

Imperial Citadel

In the afternoon, you will be visiting the Imperial Citadel, and the Forbidden Purple City, created in the 19th century for the Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Hue Imperial Citadel is a walled palace inside the citadel of the city of Hue which is the former imperial capital of Vietnam. It took 200 years to complete the building and the Complex of Hue Citadel was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Entering Hue Citadel, travelers have a chance to see the Forbidden Purple City, the Imperial City, royal tombs, flag tower, pagodas, temples, library, and museum, which offer much interesting information and experience.

Day 3: Hue - Hoi An Road Transfer

Say goodbye to Hue, now we head down south to Hoian via Hai Van Pass by a shuttle bus or private car. There are many stops on the way for sightseeing or taking pictures.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Hai Van Pass

Hai Van Pass

Located at 500 meters above sea level, Hai Van pass is considered the highest pass, and one of the most beautiful roads in the whole of Vietnam. The road curves back and forth, with some slight bends, and some hairpin turns, however, you are rewarded with spectacular views of misty mountains rising high over the South China Sea, deserted sandy beaches, forests, and the twinkling lights of far-off cities.

On the way to Hoian, you will stop at Marble Mountain. Marble Mountain is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills that are named after the five basic elements: Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire), and Tho (earth). Each mountain owns its unique beauty in terms of shape, location, stone types, and the caves within.

You arrive at Hoian around 14:00 and have a free afternoon to explore Hoian.

Day 4: Hoi An - My Son Tour

Today is a full day to explore My Son Sanctuary Half-Day Tour from Hoi An and the ancient town.

First, you will be transferred to My Son Sanctuary which is 45 km west of Hoian town. My Son Sanctuary is a cluster of ancient Hindu temples that were constructed in the emerald hills between the 4th and the 14th century. Thanks to the architectural and cultural values, these restored temples are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 after Hoian ancient town and it’s the most popular attraction in the region that draws in thousands of visitors every year.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary

After visiting this ruin, we will return to Hoian for the walking tour, and explore this beautiful town.

Unlike many other cities in Vietnam, Hoi An is small and provincial in feel, but provides a fascinating glimpse into what port life was like in 18th century Vietnam, and shows how Vietnam was influenced by cultures from Japan, China, and Europe.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town

Walk around the Ancient Town and you’ll find old houses, pagodas, lanterns, tailor shops… It is lovely any time of the day. To learn more about the history and culture of Hoian, you will be visiting some famous attractions such as the Japanese Covered Bridge or Fujian Assembly Hall of Chinese, ancient houses…. Then stop at a street-side shop for traditional herbal drinks.

You are free to shop in the town and look for the most notable souvenirs for your family members or friends.

Day 5: Ba Na Hills

I guess you have heard of Golden Bridge at least once a time in your life, not it is time for you to explore this beautiful place.

Located about 40 km to the West of Da Nang city center, 1489 meters above sea level, Ba Na Hills is the tourist center. This area attracts a large number of visitors coming to visit thanks to its beautiful natural scenery & exciting games. This place is also known as the “green lung” of Da Nang City as it can bring visitors a cool climate, fresh and feel great 4 seasons in one day: spring in the morning, summer at noon, fall in the afternoon, and winter in the evening.

You will need to go on a Ba Na Hills full-day tour, starting from 8:00 and ending around 17:00. Every tourist needs to take a cable car at Suoi Mo Cable Car Station to get to the top of the mountain at Marseille Station. While on the tour, you will have a chance to explore Golden Bridge (The Hands of the Gods), Le Jardin D’Amour (the Flower Garden of Love) with 9 gardens of Le Jardin D’Amour, Linh Ung Pagoda & Debay Wine Cellar.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days the golden bridge

The Da Nang golden bridge

Having lunch at a Vietnamese buffet restaurant with over 70 Vietnamese culinary items. Spend your afternoon at the Fantasy Park - a perfect tourist attraction for an entire family as well as exploring King Peak.

Get back to the Cable Car Station to move to the gateway then transfer back to Hoian around 17:00.

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Day 6: Hoi An Cooking Class & Da Nang Departure

Spen your last day tour to walk around Hoian for shopping, and taste delicious food, or you can join a Cooking Class Half-day Tour in Hoi An with a talented chef. By joining a cooking class in Hoian, you will have a chance to learn how to cook the best dishes in Vietnam cuisine as Hoian cuisine in the center of Vietnam is a perfect combination between it in the north and in the south.

The cooking tour starts at 8:00, you will be welcomed with a drink at Hai Café. Then transfer to Tra Que Organic village, where local farmers work their fields using the traditional methods of hundreds of years ago - no electrical machinery. There you can pick up a range of local ingredients for your cooking lesson, then try a special herbal drink at a local home.

Next, we move to cook school where you have a chance to learn the traditional ways of preparing and cooking Vietnamese food, use the freshest ingredients we have bought in the village to cook 4 different dishes, including the national dish” Pho”. You can enjoy your own dish after that.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Hoi An Cooking Class

Hoi An Cooking Class

When the cooking finishes, you can get on a leisurely cruise to travel along the Hoian river back to the center of Hoian. There is a 20-meter swimming pool, so bring your swimsuit with you. The tour ends around 15:00. You have free time to explore Hoian until transfer to Danang Airport for your departure flight.

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South Vietnam 6 Days

Southern Vietnam is home to many ancient landmarks, colonial structures, the legendary Cu Chi Tunnels, mighty Mekong River system... 6 days tour is enough for you to discover this beautiful area. 

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh Arrival & Saigon Nightlife Tour by Motorbike

Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City - the most modern and crowded city in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh city has a unique mix of architecture from French to Chinese and other countries, so it is not hard to find an ancient pagoda or a building with French elements.

Ho Chi Minh is also a city that never sleeps. You may think the city is only amazing and bustling during the day, but the night takes it to a whole new level. Exploring the city at night on the motorbike is one of the best things you should not miss when in Ho Chi Minh city.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Motorbike Night Tour Ho Chi Minh City

Motorbike Night Tour Ho Chi Minh City

The pick-up is at 17:30. Follow the newly built Saigon freeway, you will pass the magnificent Bitexco Tower - one of the tallest buildings in Vietnam, see the crowds of people gather at sidewalk cafes, and explore the wide contrast between the old Saigon and the new modern city.

For those who love shopping, Chinatown would be a perfect stop for you. There, you can find a lot of souvenirs such as fireworks, lanterns…

After a light dinner with some Vietnamese traditional food, you will visit Ho Thi Ky market, the biggest flower market in Ho Chi Minh City where you can find many types of flowers in Vietnam and some special types from other countries.

The tour ends around 22:00.

Day 2: Full-day Ho Chi Minh City Tour

The 2nd day in Ho Chi Minh is a full-day tour to explore many famous attractions in this city.

Around 8:00, the tour starts with a visit to The Reunification Palace, which used to be the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. At this palace, the two tanks of the People's Army of Vietnam crushed down the walls, Vietnam soldiers set foot inside this building with a red flag on hand, marking the end of the Vietnam war on 30th April 1975.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days The Reunification Palace

The Reunification Palace

The next stop is War Remnants Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Old Post Office. War Remnants Museum is a place of reminding us of the long and brutal war in Vietnam. There are many graphic photographs and American military equipment including a 6,800kg conventional bomb, a helicopter with rocket launchers, a tank, a fighter plane, and a single-seater attack aircraft on display here. Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Post Office are the most famous and oldest classical French colonial architecture construction in Ho Chi Minh. Coming here, tourists have a chance to know more about life in Vietnam during the times of the Indochinese Empire.

After lunch and a short rest, we continue to explore the city by visiting Giac Lam Pagoda, the oldest one in Ho Chi Minh City with a huge Buddha statue system that was built in 1774. Then head to China Town to visit Cho Lon (Big Market) and Thien Hau Pagoda, then go shopping at Ben Thanh market in the city center.

You have free time to shop at the market or get back to your hotel in your car.

Day 3: Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi Tunnel - Cao Dai Temple

For those who are interested in history and religion, do not miss today's Cu Chi Tunnels and Cao Dai Temple full-day tour as you will be visiting Cu Chi Tunnel, a complex network consisting of numerous trenches, bunkers, booby traps, bomb shelters, a spectacular air ventilation system, and Cao Dai Temple, the sacred temple of Caodaism.

At Cu Chi tunnel, you will watch a war documentary introducing soldiers’ lives during wartime and go underground to explore the system of the underground tunnels, where supplies were transported, the injured were treated and people were living during some of the most strategic operations in the war.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Cu Chi Tunnel

Cu Chi Tunnel

When visiting the Cao Dai Temple, you will have a chance to understand more about Vietnamese religion, especially Caodaism which incorporates aspects of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and even Catholicism.

Day 4: Ho Chi Minh City - Mekong Delta Discovery Tour

Today, we will visit Mekong Delta, the rice bowl of Vietnam, which is famous for its meandering waterways, sleepy riverside villages, traditional workshops, historical ruins, and intriguing culture. With the trip to Mekong Delta today, you will have an insight into the local life and style of typical Vietnamese countryside.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days The Mekong Waterways

The Mekong Waterways

A long-tail boat along the Mekong waterways to explore fish farms and exotic fruit farms will be a great experience. You will also visit the orchards, paddy fields, and swamplands of the Mekong Delta, then spend a night in Can Tho, the delta’s biggest settlement.

Day 5: Mekong Delta - Ho Chi Minh City

The next day, get up early in the morning to take a motorboat to visit Cai Rang Floating Market – the most fascinating floating market on the Mekong river. There you can try the local food, and buy the fruits from sellers in the small boat.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Cai Rang – The Floating Market In The Mekong River

Cai Rang – The floating market in the Mekong River

Then visit the rice husking mill and walk in the local village. Disembark at Ninh Kieu and transfer back to Ho Chi Minh City after lunch in Can Tho.

Day 6: Saigon Good Morning Tour – Ho Chi Minh Departure

The last day tour in Ho Chi Minh. Get up early in the morning to catch the first rays of the sun and a chance to see Saigon waking up.

On the local form of transport (an open style van with no air-con), you will be visiting ‘Tao Dan Park’ where locals practice their morning exercises – Tai Chi, aerobics, and badminton. In the park, there is a small pagoda where you are likely to see locals performing daily prayers.

Then, stop at the birds’ club located at the end of the park to enjoy a café sua da, the special drink of Saigoners, watch local people gathering with their birds to relax, talk, enjoy a morning coffee and compare their birds.

Continue to walk to a local wet market through the stalls where vendors are selling everything from live seafood to dried meats, fresh seasonal vegetables, and homeware goods, the last chance for you to buy some souvenirs for your beloved at home.

Vietnam Itinerary 6 Days Ho Chi Minh City Local Wet Market

Ho Chi Minh City Local Wet Market

Enjoy breakfast at one of the best Pho restaurants in Saigon, Pho Binh. A bowl of Pho will be good for your day which is full of activities after that.

The Best of South Vietnam tour ends around 10:00 at your hotel. Relax at the hotel before the flight out of Ho Chi Minh city.

 

It's time for starting a trip! If you have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to write them below. Hope this article brings a lot of useful information for a 6-day Vietnam itinerary. Wish you have a great Vietnam Tour & Holiday Package.

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