Popular Lettings in Vietnam
Highlights in Vietnam
- Tropical beaches
- Rich history
- Halong Bay
- Romantic getaway
- Backpackers’ heaven
Most popular in Vietnam
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Vietnam
Are you looking to spend an unforgettable holiday in an exotic country that is easily accessible yet off the beaten track? Whether you are looking to relax and take in stunning natural views, to participate in bustling city life, or to give your taste buds a culinary tour, Vietnam really does have something for everyone. So where to stay? There are high quality lettings at astonishing value all over this wonderful country, with the many towns that line the Mekong Delta offering a particularly wide range of options for single travellers and large groups alike. Further north, well located lettings abound in the country’s many popular coastal towns such as Nha Trang and Tuy Hoa.From wooden villas to luxury flats
For a relatively small country, Vietnam has a lot to offer its visitors. It boasts everything from wooden villas overlooking the sun-soaked beaches on the paradise island of Phu Quoc, to modern well-priced city flats with chic and modern interiors in the heart of the city of Saigon in the south, and luxury apartments in the historic capital city of Hanoi.
Holidays in Vietnam
The area and getting around
With a coastline of over 3,000 km, one of the main attractions of Vietnam is, of course, its beaches. The white sandy beaches on Phu Quoc island in the south, are considered by many the best beaches in the country. The soft sandy beaches of Vung Tao and Nha Trang in the middle of the country are a close second. Danang and Mui Ne in the north are smaller and more chilled out versions if you are looking for more complete peace and tranquility.Rich history and culture
Vietnam has a rich cultural and religious history, mixed with influences from both China and Europe. It boasts a rich and diverse collection of pagodas dotted throughout the country, communist monuments and memorials in the capital of Hanoi, glorious imperial temples of Hue in the middle of the country, and much more.
Travellers and activities
With a zest for new and unfamiliar experiences, backpackers are sure to satisfy their curiosity in this extraordinary exotic country. Many backpackers choose to explore Vietnam on a motorbike or scooter, which are very cheap and easy to rent in almost any town in the country. It is the ideal choice if you want autonomy and freedom to do your own thing. In this way it is easy to explore everything the country has to offer – from the dramatic mountains in the north to the rivers of the Mekong Delta in the south.Vietnam for honeymooners
Because of Vietnam’s many beaches and secluded areas, more and more couples now choose it for a romantic getaway. But the beaches aren’t the only reason this country is so romantic for couples. If you visit any city or town in Vietnam during Tet – the Lunar New Year – you will be surrounded by beautiful flower displays in a variety of shapes and colours, with the best display, of course, in the metropolis of Saigon. A truly romantic smaller town to visit is Hoi An, towards the north, which puts on magnificent light displays for its visitors, and offers a myriad of traditional quality silk shops with truly unbeatable prices.
Vietnam has over 45 million registered motorbikes, so over half the adult population has a motorbike!
Top 5 travel tips in Vietnam
Located in northeast Vietnam, Halong bay is famous for its multitude of limestone cliffs rising from the water. You can visit them by taking a boat tour or even a kayak expedition. You can also go hiking, rock climbing and scuba diving.2.Cruise along the Mekong Delta
A landscape unlike anything you have ever seen! It is simple to hire your own private boat in any of the Delta towns to take you on a cruise along one of many rivers here. Alternatively, you can book a cruise in advance in Can Tho or Cai Be.3. See the heart of coffee making
Vietnam’s thriving coffee industry is centered in Buon Ma Thuot, and here you can see how coffee is grown and made. An exquisite specialty, the coffee is quite something, and well worth a try even if you are not a big fan!4. Take in Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum
For history buffs this is a must-see, as Ho Chi Minh remains the most popular political figure in the country. His body is preserved in a glass case in the mausoleum in central Hanoi.5. Visit Hue Imperial City
Set along the Perfume River, Hue Imperial City features hundreds of spectacular temples, monuments, pagodas, royal tombs, the Forbidden Purple city, and many other attractions, all of which date as far back as the early 19th century.
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