Vietnam is located in the east of the Indochina Peninsula, bordering China in the north and bordering Laos and Cambodia in the west. Vietnam is deeply influenced by Chinese culture, and many of its festival customs are similar to China. Vietnam has a long and narrow terrain, and each region has different customs. There are breathtaking views of the mountains, as well as relaxing and comfortable beach scenery. Affected by the history of the French colonies, many cities in Vietnam blended the mysterious colors of the East with the romantic style of France. There are many agricultural products in Vietnam, and the fruits are cheap. The seafood here is also a favorite of tourists. The price is almost the lowest among Southeast Asian countries.
There are many admirable tourist cities in Vietnam: The capital Hanoi is a quiet and relaxed city, with slogans full of socialist features everywhere; Ho Chi Minh City has a lot of French-style buildings and full of exoticism; Halong Bay is known as the Guilin on the sea; Nha Trang is a seaside city with a variety of customs; And Mui Ne is the most local A seaside resort city of love...Everywhere there will be a place that will make the tourists feel excited.
November to February is the best time to travel in Vietnam.
Vietnam is divided into dry season and rainy season, of which the dry season is from November to April, the climate during that time is dry, and March to April is the hottest period, the sunlight is strong and you need to pay attention to sun protection. The weather from November to February is relatively cool. During this period, Vietnamese festivals are also relatively concentrated. For example, the Dalat Flower Festival in January and the Spring Festival in February. Tourists can easily feel the pure Vietnamese style during the festival.
May to October is the rainy season in Vietnam, there are often heavy rains. During this time, the air humidity is high. In addition, the coastal areas may also encounter typhoons, which may have a certain impact on the itinerary.
Dry season: March to April
Rainy season: May-October
Cool season: November-February of the following year
Vietnam has a diverse climate, which means that depending on the weather, the best time to travel to the country depends on where you want to go and what you want to do. Broadly speaking, Vietnam has 3 regions: the north, the central and the south. The climate in each region is different. The winter monsoon from October to March usually keeps the northern part of the country cool and humid, while the southern part is dry and warm. From April or May to October, the summer monsoon usually causes the entire country to become very humid and hot, except for the surrounding mountains.
The local currency is the Vietnamese Dong, but the U.S. dollar is widely accepted and easily exchangeable. In major cities, you can easily change the most common foreign currency. Vietnam has ATM networks in major cities and towns across the country. Major credit cards such as Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted in many cities and major tourist attractions, although please note that there is usually a 3% fee for using a credit card.
Vietnam is home to a number of stunning beaches, with everything from hidden coves to developed stretches of coast available. Nha Trang is one of the most famous and is close to a range of amenities, while the Con Dao islands offer something a little quieter and less developed. Likewise, Phan Thiet, Danang, Quy Nhon, Phu Quoc and Mui Ne are excellent coastal destinations.
Due to changing weather conditions, you need to bring light clothes and warmer clothes (especially in Sabah) at night. We recommend that you bring removable or add-on clothing. There is no need to carry mosquito nets, because you can provide mosquito nets locally as long as you need them. Remember to dress modestly, with knees and shoulders covered, especially in religious places.