It’s the day for you to take your journey to Vietnam from the Dubai International Airport. Upon arriving Vietnam, meet and greet at the airport and get transferred to your hotel. Complete all your check-in formalities and spend the rest of the day at relaxation.
Upon breakfast at the hotel, get ready to enjoy a city tour of the Ho Chi Minh City. Admire some of the most historic landmarks of the city like the Notre Dame Cathedral, The Central Post Office which was designed by a French architect. Continue your tour to The Presidential Palace and the War Remnants Museum to get an insight of the American Wars. Don’t forget to sip on some street coffee and observe the lifestyle of the locals.
Once you’ve had your breakfast at the hotel, get ready to choose one of the best tours within the city.
Option 1: Private cooking classes
Take a private cooking class from one of the Vietnamese chefs. Get your hands dirty to pick some exotic vegetables and herbs for your cooking. Savour your own culinary creation later on.
Option 2: Experience the agricultural life
Drive to the Ho Chi Minh Agricultural village and learn about the local life. Join the farmers to learn some of the traditional techniques of gardening.
Option 3: Discover the Cu Chi Tunnel
The Cu Chi Tunnel was dug for the guerrillas to hide from the French air. It also served to be a communication channel for food, weapons, medical for the guerilla fighters during the American war. Visit this tunnel and indulge in some history of Vietnam.
Take an early trip to the spectacular Cai Rang Floating market and then later on get transferred to Ho Chi Minh City to board your flight back to your home country.
As a country that is quite rich in its cultures and traditions, people who travel to Vietnam learn to experience and come across something incredible and unfamiliar.
Vietnam is known as one of the most wonderful destinations of the Southeast Asian region that is familiar within travellers by being reasonable and quite safe. It is been known to be the land of peace with rich honoured traditions and beauty.
The country’s topography boasts a diversity of things some of which are mountains and hills, coasts and plains. It’s got a temperature with all around the year high humidity and temperatures. Many westerners still visualize Vietnam to be a war land, but in fact that it is place that can leave a charm on any traveller. Its nature belongs to a group of new species with an extraordinary wildlife.
The enormous range of islands in this country makes it some of the finest of what Southeast has. Its culinary world is appetizing and irresistible.
A long-lasting culture, and a proud country with the holder of 7 of the best UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as intangible cultural sites, Vietnam is unique from its north to the south making it intriguing and open to all types of travellers.
Tourism has always played a vital role in promoting Vietnam as a destination that has had a long history of influences from the Chinese and the French, which also affected its cultural identity and cuisine.
- Staying at a traditional homestay
One of the best things to do in Vietnam is to stay in these Traditional Vietnam homestays. The experience is extraordinary and unlike any backpacking experience you might have ever got.
Experiencing the life of the Vietnamese, cooking and trying out their food and appreciating the beauty of the landscape is going to be the highlight of your trip!
- Pedaling at the rice paddies
Spend your day miles away from the hustle of the city, and experience riding through the immensely beautiful rice paddies or stop by to take a dip in the fresh-water stream. It’s one of the most relaxing activities you could do here.
You could even sign up for a multicity cycling tour if you’re an avid adventurer.
- Sailing on traditional boats
The unique way if viewing the city is by taking a trip to Mekong Delta where travelling takes place on a small ferry like boats. These ferries are used to traveller across the smaller islands by smaller dugout canoes.
The sailor with his traditional cone hat, will row you down the canoes and give you a moment, where all you’ll say is “nothing like Vietnam”.
|Best Time To Visit
|February To April (Spring Season) And August To October (Autumn Season)|
|Flights From Dubai
|China Southern Airlines, Jet Airways, Etihad Airways|