From conical hats, rice farming and even rice paper rolls, think of Vietnam and you can’t be blamed for immediately thinking of all things rice. But book a night in one of our hotels in Vietnam and you’ll find out that there is more to this chaotic, colourful country than just the humble grain. No matter what time of year you decide to visit Vietnam, you'll ... More>be able to escape the rain to find sunshine just by choosing the right region. We’ve got accommodation in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Danang, Hue and more, so there’s no need for you to go anywhere else.
Start your Vietnamese venture by floating the Mekong. Grab a drink and bask in the warm sunshine that only the southernmost tip of this country can provide. Catch the train along the Vietnamese Railway that runs between Saigon and Hanoi. Stop off in Hoi An and visit the old town or see Danang and the Buddhist statue which overlooks the coastline. In the afternoon, stop for lunch and watch the locals fly kites on the beach.
Book one of our Vietnam hotels and this could very well be the most beautiful place you'll ever visit. See the caves in Halong bay, one of Asia’s most spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here you can climb inside to see all kinds of rock formations. Go kayaking and float along the water while taking in the limestone structures and at night, jump in the water to cool yourself down. Claustrophobic? Then visit the town of Cua Lo, popular with local families on holiday. Fishing is the main industry here and you can even participate in the daily catch; out of the water and into the shopping bags they go, now that’s fresh!
Hungry? You’ve come to the right place. Feast your eyes and savour local specialities like Chia Gio and Pho. Chia Gio is a spring roll made with rice paper and filled with a variety of fresh ingredients while Pho is a broth full of noodles and assorted meats, usually eaten at breakfast.
Visit Vietnam with a hotel of your choice, the accommodation you see here ranges from basic and comfortable to luxurious and exclusive. So grab your rice hats and leave your worries at the boarding gate, it's time to book your Vietnam hotel!