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Vietnam Essential 10 days - Small Group Tour | 25/11/2023
Amazing tour

Retirement is a big milestone in one's life, and my wife and I were no exception. We had always dreamed of taking a trip to a far-off land, but we were not sure how to make it happen. We initially thought of creating our own itinerary, but soon realized that we needed some help. Fortunately, an old… More

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Vietnam Marvelous Budget Adventure 10 days | 24/11/2023

During our recent trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, my wife and I opted for an upgraded tour package with BestPrice Travel. We chose the small tour option, which provided us with a more personalized experience. The tour started on a great note as soon as we landed at the airport, where we were greeted by… More

Excellent - Becky
Vietnam Marvelous Budget Adventure 10 days | 17/11/2023
Highly recommended

Our journey to Vietnam was an incredible experience that left us in awe. We explored the beautiful cities of Hoi An, Hanoi, Sapa, and Halong Bay, thanks to the superb organization by our agent, Hang Moon. She customized the tour to fit our preferences, and we stayed in fantastic hotels that provided… More

Excellent - Ms.Yvonne Gisiger
Vietnam Heritage Sites 9 days - Private Tour | 16/11/2023

Hello Hang,
I let you know, that we have fun and enjoy our trip.
We enjoyed an other beautiful day yesterday.
Our tour with the Motorbike was excellent. The scenery indescribable, the boattour was a highlight too. We returned safely to the Hotel.

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Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Odyssey 20 days | 11/11/2023
Highly recommended

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Vietnam at a Glance


The best time to visit Vietnam is from March to late April and from October to December. During this time, the whole country has amazingly nice weather which is very cool and has less rain, suitable for enjoying every activity here from sightseeing to adventure.

On the other hand, each part of Vietnam has its own most wonderful time to visit:

  • North: There are 4 seasons including spring (Feb – Apr), summer (May – Aug), fall (Sep – Nov), and winter (Dec – Jan). Particularly, it is hot and humid with high rainfall from May to October, while November to April is cooler and dry.
  • Central: The typical tropical monsoon climate brings hot temperatures almost over the year in the central region. The hot season occurs from January to August with average temperatures of mid-30s°C. The months from September to November receive the highest rainfall which results in heavy storms and floods.
  • South: There are only two seasons including the dry and wet seasons with remaining high temperatures all over the year. The dry season lasts from November to April and the wet season from May to October with the highest precipitation between June and August.
Places to visit

Top 3 must-visit destinations in Vietnam:


As the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is one of the most ancient cities here, over 1000 years old. For visitors who are passionate about culture and history, Hanoi is the exact place with a huge number of temples & pagodas, relics, museums, and cultural shows:

The Temple of Literature

  • Address: 58 Quoc Tu Giam St., Van Mieu Wd., Dong Da Dist.
  • Opening hours: 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Ticket price: 30,000 VND/person (~ $1.2)

The first university in Vietnam is one of the most well-preserved big relics in Hanoi, which is over 54,000 m2. This place includes many structures that became the symbol of Hanoi such as Khue Van Cac, Litterature Well, Doctor’s Stone (in Turtle shape), etc. In the present age, this attraction is still a symbol of Vietnamese education.

The Temple of Literature

One Pillar Pagoda

  • Address: Chua Mot Cot St., Doi Can Wd., Ba Dinh Dist.,
  • Opening hours: 7.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
  • Ticket price: 25,000 VND/person (~ $1)

There is no temple in Vietnam that can be as small as the One Pillar Pagoda which is only around 9m2. Due to its unique architecture and structure, this place became one of the most famous symbols of Hanoi. The pagoda was built in 1049 with a shape of an elegant lotus growing in the middle of the little pond and has been preserved pretty well till present.

One Pillar Pagoda

Hoa Lo Prison

  • Address: 1 Hoa Lo St., Tran Hung Dao Wd., Hoan Kiem Dist.
  • Opening hours: 8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Ticket price: 30,000 VND/person (~ $1.2)

There is no doubt that Hoa Lo Prison is now the top viral place to visit in Hanoi. More than a historical relic for sightseeing, this attraction now not only allows visiting in the daytime but also has night tours with many interesting activities that are usually fully booked. The cost for a night tour is around $25 - 30 and you have to book in advance at least 2 months before.

Hoa Lo Prison


Ho Chi Minh City

This is the most crowded and populated area in Vietnam. For anyone who seeks all-night excitement, the unsleeping city is the ideal destination for a Vietnam trip. This city is a mix of traditional culture with fast-paced nightlife where you can visit relics, museums, pagodas, and also get drunk at bars and pubs overnight:

Bui Vien Walking Street

  • Address: Bui Vien Street
  • Opening hours: 7.00 p.m. - 2.00 a.m. (Weekend)

For “night owls” - Bui Vien St. is the top must-visit in Ho Chi Minh City. In fact, although the “walking street” is open only on Saturday and Sunday, Bui Vien is busy all night throughout the week gathering most of the foreign tourists and expats in the city here. Vibrant bars, cheap drinks, and delightful foods, this small street combines all you need for a sleepless night. 

Thien Hau Temple

  • Address: 710 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 5, HCMC
  • Opening hours: 6.30 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
  • Ticket price: Free

Ho Chi Minh City is the only place in Vietnam that has the biggest Chinese community in the country with the largest Chinatown area covering districts 5 and 6, owning a history of nearly 400 - 500 years. Thien Hau Temple is the most important pagoda in the spiritual life of the Chinese people here that worships one of the most important gods who protects the lives of all overseas Chinese people in Saigon up until now.

Thien Hau Temple

Cu Chi Tunnels

  • Address: Phu Hiep, Cu Chi, HCMC
  • Opening hours: 7.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
  • Ticket price: 30,000 VND/person (~ $1.2)

Cu Chi Tunnels is the top-searched relic in Ho Chi Minh City. This attraction is not only the right place for those who are interested in the history of the Vietnam War, but also curious tourists who just simply want to explore the complicated man-made tunnels and try to get into the tiny gate of this amazing system.

Cu Chi Tunnels

Things to do

Top 5 must-do in Vietnam:

  • Taste Hanoi Street food

Do you know that Hanoi is the city that owns 2 over 3 1-star Michelin selected restaurants in Vietnam and owns most of the Bib Gourmand list with many of them are local street vendors? Good foods can be found everywhere at any time on Hanoi Street at super cheap prices that can fill your stomach with only $1 - $2 for a meal, which means you may need only $5 for a day of enjoying delightful foods here.

Also, the choice is varied with a long list of local dishes different from ingredients to cooking ways. There are hundreds of types of Banh Mi, Pho, Noodles, Fried dishes, and traditional desserts that can be easily found in the Old Quarter that can guarantee you can have different meals each day exploring this city.

Taste Hanoi Street food

  • Stay overnight with Halong Bay Cruise

This is another top search for must-do in Vietnam, some tourists even enjoy this activity every time they return to this country. Cruising through Halong Bay overnight is worth trying for every type of tourist as there are many routes to choose from whether for leisure or adventure purposes with different travel time from 2 to 3 days. Also, the price range for this outstanding service is only from $120/person which is not expensive for a 2-day cruise including about 4 meals and also many other interesting activities during the trip.

Stay overnight with Halong Bay Cruise

  • Trek in North Vietnam

North Vietnam is famous for its special terrain with a complicated system of hills and mountains of different heights. This fact helps to create many amazing trekking routes from easy to difficult with stunning views covering the mountainous area here. The most popular places for trekking in North Vietnam are Mai Chau, Sapa, and Ha Giang where you can choose the trekking route due to your preference for the scenery, experience, and ability.

Trek in North Vietnam

  • Check-in at Golden Bridge

The Golden Bridge is absolutely the most trending attraction in Vietnam at present! This place has been requested by most tourists since its opening in 2018 and the heat is still unstoppable. People flock here to observe the beauty of this man-made masterpiece awarded by many reputable worldwide architecture contests and have an Insta time inspired by movie scenery.

Check-in at Golden Bridge

  • Experience Mekong floating markets

Visiting floating markets in Mekong is not just a way of experiencing this area's local life but also how you can help preserve a traditional culture that might disappear one day. In fact, there are not many floating markets still exist in the Mekong Delta, the biggest and most famous one that you can visit at present is Cai Rang - a floating market in Can Tho which is still a place for trading among fruits and vegetable wholesalers here.

Experience Mekong floating markets


Visa Exemption

Vietnam exempt visa for citizens from 25 countries and territories including citizens from 9 countries in Southeast Asia and below:

Belarus Kyrgyzstan
Chile Norway
Denmark Panama
Finland Russia
France South Korea
Germany Spain
Italia Sweden
Japan United Kingdom


Tourists who are not citizens from countries in the “Vietnam Visa Exemption” list must apply for a visa to enter this country. There are 80 countries and territories that citizens can apply for E-Visa to Vietnam:

For applying E-Visa, please send the below documents to your travel consultant:

  • A photo of your passport, for example:

A photo of your passport

  • Your 4x6 passport photo, for example:

4x6 passport photo

Note: If your citizenship is not on the above list, and also not in the Visa Exemption list below, please contact the Vietnam Embassy /Consulate in your country for detailed directions on applying for a Vietnam Visa.

Currency & Tipping

Exchange rate 

For reference only, the rate changes every day, please check the daily exchange rate with your travel consultant or bank.

Currency Exchange Rate
US Dollar - USD 23,500 VND
Australian Dollar - AUD 16,000 VND
Euro - EUR 27,000 VND
Pound Sterling - GBP 30,000 VND
Canadian Dollar - CAD 17,500 VND
Singapore Dollar - SGD 18,000 VND
Indian Rupee - INR 300 VND


Denominations of money

Denominations of money



Please note that tipping is not a part of Vietnamese culture; therefore, no one has to tip if they are not totally happy with the service. Just tip when you feel like you want to do, not when someone persuades or asks you for that.

Below are some general amounts for tipping in Vietnam:

  • For hotel bellman: $2 or $1/suitcase
  • For housekeeper: $1 - $2
  • For waiter /waitress: $1 - $3
  • For driver: $3 - $5 or just round up the bill
  • For tour guide: $7 - $10/day or $3 - $5/person (for a big group)

Learn more about Tipping in Vietnam

Travel tips

  • Change the money before your trip or at the airport for the best exchange rate and avoid scams
  • Bring along as much cash as you can as ATMs are only available widely in big cities and you can be charged 3-5% for using your cash internationally.
  • Separate your cash and put it in some hidden places on your clothes and a bag that never leaves you, don’t leave any in the hotel room.
  • Asking for tipping money directly is considered rude in Vietnam, just leave or send a claim for that bad behavior. 
Packing tips
  • Clothes & accessories: waterproof jacket, sport shoes (better if waterproof), hat, small umbrella
  • Cosmetics & cosmeceuticals: sunscreen, personal insect repellent spray
  • Medicines: bring along your own ones, especially if there’s any requested prescription sale
  • Money: prepare as much cash as you can (to avoid using credit cards with 3-5% fee) and separate into small amounts.
  • Travel document: passport, visa, travel insurance and any receipt/booking code of book-in-advance services with photocopy of each above document.
  • Switch: popular sockets in Vietnam are the 2-prong type with round or flat pins (or both). If you use the 3-prong type, bring 1-2 adapters.
Do & Don’t
  • Dress properly when visiting temples, pagodas, and tombs (shirts with sleeves and knee-length pants/dresses/skirts)
  • Take your shoes off when visiting temples, pagodas, or someone’s home
  • Be respectful to local customs and culture
  • Bargain politely when going shopping in the local markets and street vendors
  • Be brave and decisive when crossing the street
  • Talk loudly or raise your voice in public, it’s considered to be impolite or aggressive
  • Disrespect to national flags and money; according to the law, it’s crime
  • Stand chopsticks in the middle of rice bowl; locals believe that action is like dedicating your rice to the deaths
  • Use any service without asking and negotiating for the price
  • Drink tap water, it’s only for hand washing and doesn’t save enough for drinking
Food & Drinks

Vietnam owns many thousands of years of developing cuisine which mainly focus on balancing all the taste. In general, Vietnamese foods are easy to eat with most tourists and that is the reason why the cuisine here is so famous. Also, usually, sellers in restaurants and vendors here are friendly enough to help diners customize their dishes by adding or removing ingredients due to orders and abilities.

Top 5 must-try Vietnamese dishes:

  • Vietnamese Noodles

Many tourists know about Vietnamese Noodles through “Pho” (with beef or chicken) which is sold in most of Vietnam restaurants all over the world. However, in the home country of “Pho”, you will find out that noodles in Vietnam also include Bun Cha (noodles with grilled meat), Bun Thang (noodles with mixed ingredients), Bun Bo Hue (noodles soup with beef and pork leg), Banh Canh (noodles with crab meat), etc. all are made with different types of noodles, spices, ingredients, and also the way to cook.

Price from: 35,000 VND (~ $1.4)

Vietnamese Noodles

  • Banh Mi

This dish is as famous as the word “Banh Mi” is now available in Oxford Dictionary. Since the day “baguette” followed French to Vietnam, the Vietnamese Baguette has been developed for hundreds of years to become the world-known “Banh Mi”. There are many types of toppings that can be put into this dish in Vietnam such as: pate, cold cuts, char siu pork, French fries, beef jerky, fried egg, etc. combined with traditional fermented vegetables, cucumber, and herbs.

Price from: 15,000 VND (~ $0.6)

Banh Mi

  • Fried Dishes

If you come to Vietnam in Winter or rainy season, don’t miss your chance to try any fried dishes in this country. They are sold all year round but the taste is better during this time. As the North is colder, there are more choices for fried foods here from sweet to savory such as Vietnamese donuts, fried buns, Quay (yau ja kwai), Banh Goi (Pillow Cake), etc. And in the South, you shouldn’t miss Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Pancake) and Banh Trang Nuong (Vietnamese Pizza).

Price from: 10,000 VND (~ $0.4)

Fried Dishes

  • Rice Dishes

Rice is the main ingredient for local meals in Vietnam. You shouldn’t leave this country without trying at least 1 - 2 meals with rice here. Restaurants that serve rice like a local family's daily meals can be found anywhere in Vietnam from budget to luxury options. One restaurant like that even received 1-star Michelin: Tam Vi - a deluxe traditional style restaurant located in Hanoi. On the other hand, far in the South, there is a super famous rice dish that is loved by both locals and foreigners - Com Tam (rice with grilled pork rib cutlet) - a dish that can give you a fulfilling meal on 1 plate.

Price from: 35,000 VND (~ $1.4)

Rice Dishes

  • Sweet Soup

The most popular dessert in Vietnam is absolutely sweet soup - a dish that can be found in every corner of this country. The ingredients to create this dish are varied and they are different in each region of the country, some most popular ones are all types of beans (black/ green/ red/ white/ etc.), sesame, fruits, rice cakes, sweet potatoes, eggs, etc. There are also hot and iced versions of sweet soup specifically for the Winter menu and Summer menu in North Vietnam; in the South, the recipes for this dish are affected strongly by Chinese and Khmer culture.

Price from: 15,000 VND (~ $0.6)

Sweet Soup


Though each region has its different climate (the North, Central, and South), you still have an incredible trip at the best time, depending on your need.

However, if weather is the most important factor to you, opt for March - April & September - October as this time is suitable for traveling around the entire country because of the nice weather and low cancellation chance of bad weather.

It’s still ok for anyone who cannot visit Vietnam during these months:

  • May - August: Best for beach vacations, when you can have a good dose of Vitamin Sea through various thrilling aquatic activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, parasailing, etc.
  • November - December: Ideal for an adventurous trekking tour in North Vietnam to see endless terraced paddy fields covered in snow and enjoy the cool atmosphere of mountainous areas

For more information, check out our ultimate guide about Best Time to Visit Vietnam

The travel price will depend on your budget, demand, and preference. Overall, the expense you have to spend per day is around US $60 - 250 /person /day

Take a look at our quick summary of Vietnam trip’s cost per day (not including flights) based on how much money you are willing to spend per person:

  • For budget travelers: US $70 - 90 (Standard Class - 2* to 3* Hotels)
  • For mid-budgets: US $100 - 130 (First Class - 4* Hotels)
  • For luxury travelers: US $150 - 200 (Deluxe Class - 5* Hotel)

See our Bestseller Tours in 2023 below:

Vietnam Tour Packages Price Per Pax From
Best of Vietnam 15 days US $999
Highlights of Vietnam 12 Days US $868
Best of Northern Vietnam 6 days US $399
Vietnam Essential 10 days US $798

You may arrange a tour based on the amount of time you have available time. A perfect tour can range from 6 to 21 days. Here are our detailed suggestions:

  • 4 - 6 Days: If you want to arrange a quick trip to one region, such as the northern, southern, or central regions.
  • 7 - 10 Days: If you plan to visit two to three regions using domestic planes.
  • 11 - 15 Days: If you are willing to see all the highlights and relax on the most stunning beaches.
  • Over 15 Days: For individuals who wish to see Vietnam more thoroughly and spend more time in each location.

Consider your time and need, then get in touch with BestPrice to customize your own trip.

Overall, travelers need a visa to enter the country. Up to 2023, citizens from 25 countries can enter Vietnam without visa (at least 14 days, depending on each nation). Tourists who are not on the visa exemption list can be supported with

  • Visa On Arrival (VOA): US $20 - 40 /person
  • e-Visa: US $40 /person. Please be noted that not all countries are granted Vietnam eVisa, click here to see the detailed list

Normally, the processing time will be 3 to 5 days, and the cost can be different in some special circumstances.

Vietnam Visa Exemption 2023 List:

Asia Countries Cambodia, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Brunei, Singapore, Myanmar, Japan, South Korea,
European countries Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Others Chile, Panama, Russia

You can contact us for applying eVisa with simple procedures and time-saving.

Yes, you should. Though Travel Insurance is not always mandatory for international travel, buying it is still a wise decision since the insurance will prevent you from unpredictable financial losses.

Medical emergencies, flight cancellations, money losses, etc., can happen at any time during your future trip - and when they occur, the insurance will work and take care of your expenses. Hence, Travel Insurance is very important for your trip.

It’s highly recommended to buy Travel Insurance in your country before the journey. If you need help buying insurance, contact our sales consultants for support.

Take a look at our specific price table (price per person), worldwide available (ASEAN, ASIA, and the rest of the World):

Period Of Trip Plan A Plan B Plan C
1 - 5 days

650.000 VND

(~ US $28)

304.000 VND

(~ US $13)

264.000 VND

(~ US $11)

6 - 8 days

904.000 VND

(~ US $38)

420.000 VND

(~ US $18)

340.000 VND

(~ US $14)

9 - 11 days

1.040.000 VND

(~ US $44)

488.000 VND

(~ US $21)

408.000 VND

(~ US $17)

12 - 15 days

1.140.000 VND

(~ US $49)

532.000 VND

(~ US $23)

452.000 VND

(~ US $19)

16 - 24 days

1.300.000 VND

(~ US $55)

602.000 VND

(~ US $26)

502.000 VND

(~ US $21)

Coverage of Each Plan (Per person)
Plan A

Medical Expenses: VND (~ US $85146)

Personal Accident: VND (~ US $212866)

Incidental cover

Plan B

Medical Expenses: 1.500.000.000 VND (~ US $63860)

Personal Accident: 400.000.000 VND (~ US $17029)

Incidental cover

Plan C

Medical Expenses: VND (~ US $42573)

Personal Accident: 400.000.000 VND (~ US $17029)

Incidental cover

Note: The price table above is provided by BestPrice Travel

Generally, when traveling to Vietnam, you have to notice two important things about the electricity in this country - plugs and voltage:

  • The common electricity voltage here is 220 Volt at 50 Hz

The thing you should do first is checking your device’s details - if there is a line like “100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz”, that means your device can fit different voltage levels from 100 to 240 Volt, from 50 to 60 Hz.

Otherwise, you will need a converter to change the initial voltage to match the device specifications. You can buy it at any electric store in Vietnam with a price of US $4 - 8.

  • 3 sorts of plugs can be used in Vietnam: Type A, Type C, and Type F

Most electrical outlets in Vietnam have 2 holes, which is only suitable for two-pin plugs, including Type A (two flat vertical pins), Type C & Type F (two round pins). Three-pin plugs will require an adapter to be usable.

Like the converter, an adapter can also be found at electric stores with a price of US $1 - 4.

Small note: You can ask the receptionists to borrow one at your hotels as an alternative option.

Currently, Vietnam is positioned 39th on the global fixed internet ranking while standing 52nd in mobile internet speed. Thus, accessing internet in this country is as easy as pie. Excluding some specific places such as secluded mountainous areas, free WiFi can be found in airports, coffee shops, restaurants, and hotels.

However, the free WiFi may not be fast and stable, you should purchase a 3G/ 4G SIM card to access Internet at any time of day. A Vietnamese SIM is not too expensive, about USD $10, and you can find them at airports, phone stores, or mobile network providers’ stores:

SIM Card Providers Price Per 4G SIM
Viettel From US $10 - 27
Vinafone From US $9 - 21
Mobifone From US $6 - 13

Generally, Vietnam is considered an ideal destination for tourists, especially solo travelers, since countless international visitors find that it is very safe. There are many factors that make this country become one of the most recommended places to visit in Asia:

  • Political Stability: As a single-party socialist republic country, Vietnam has only one party system led by the Communist Party, so the political situation is quite stable.
  • Low Crime Rate: Compared to many Western countries, the crime rate here is very low, and violent crimes toward foreigners are extremely rare. Moreover, the government has many strict measures to maintain safety all over the country, which prevents Vietnam from any terrorism.
  • Nice Locals: The final reason making Vietnam the recommended place to visit is that Vietnamese people are kind and hospitable. Local people here are always willing to support and give directions to foreigners if they need any help.

Covid-19 Pandemic: Currently, travelers can feel comfortable while our country has stopped all Covid-19 requirements for overseas visitors as of May 15, 2022. As a result, admission into Vietnam is currently the same as it was before the epidemic.

Let's read more detail in our articles, is it safe to travel in Vietnam?

Tipping is not compulsory since it’s not part of Vietnam culture, you do not have to tip everywhere when traveling in the country. You can choose to tip as a thank you to the staff providing you with good services, they will be happy and highly appreciate that.

If you are wondering how much is suitable for tipping, check out our suggestions below:

Tour guide

Private Tours: US $7 - 10

Group Tours: US $3 - 5

Taxi driver US $3 - 5
Bellman US $2 - 4
Housekeeper About US $2
Restaurant Waiter/Waitress US $1 - 3
Spa Staff US $5 - 8
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Hi, my wife and me would like to spend 7 days (09 Feb to 15 Feb) inclusive of flights, only in Hoi An and Da Nang. Do you have any small group package for the dates mentioned? We are from Singapore.


We can make it customized since your date drop to Lunar New Year in Vietnam. Price will come up about 30% due to holiday season.

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Hi! Looking for a 7-day package to Vietnam. 3rd week December. 4 adults. Want to cover Ho Chi Minh and Dalat, or some other hills? Want to do trekking, cycling, etc


We can make it customized for you, please check your email.

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Hi, we are a group of 6 pp from 18 to 25 yo want to visit Vietnam for 2 weeks. Prefer off the beaten track and include biking or hiking, etc


Hi! Please consider some of our best options for 2 weeks tour in Vietnam below:

Some of our options has included trekking already, if you want for more difficult trek or cycling, pls send your specific request so we can customise a tour for you.

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Hello, it's Jane. Any berth for 4 pax (family) for train from Hanoi to Sapa?


Hi! Yes, you can book a 4-berth cabin from Hanoi to Sapa, it's usually the most expensive option on the train and you can choose to book the 3-star, 4-star, and also 5-star standard. Please send us more details about your request through email: or Whatsapp: +84904699428 so we can advise you the best option.

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We are a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 kids (1 and 4 yo). We want to go on a private tour to Vietnam. can we stay in the same hotel room?


Yes we can book a family room for you price will a bit higher. Please share detail about your travel plan.

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