Six Ways to Explore Vietnam

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There are dozens of reasons to fall in love with Vietnam, and one of the very best is that it offers something for everyone.

Whether your passion is dramatic landscapes, history, epic street food or exploring new cultures, Vietnam hits the spot.

Today we’re sharing six different takes on travel in Vietnam from UK travel bloggers. We hope they’ll inspire you on your next trip!

For Backpackers

Em Luxton has some top tips for independent travellers backpacking through South East Asia and how to get the most out of a budget trip to Vietnam.

For Adventure Seekers

Vagabond Baker has a series of fantastic posts about travelling in Vietnam, and lots of tips – but one of our highlights is this post about the Phong Nha Caves – perfect if you’re looking to have a truly unique adventure in this part of the world.

For Families with Kids

Finding family-friendly accommodation and activities in Vietnam isn’t always easy, but if you’re looking to explore with kids, then check out Mum on the Move’s round-up of the best family-friendly hotels in Hoi An and Danang, so you can explore the fab beaches and restaurants in this part of Vietnam.

If you want to see the Mekong Delta

Phil and Garth have a series of posts about Vietnam but we especially enjoyed this really informative post about the river activities and sights of the Mekong Delta on an early morning trip from Saigon. Perhaps our favourite highlight from this post was reading about the locals’ afternoon snack – hot tea and fruit dipped in a chilli and shrimp dip!

If you want to explore Hoi An

Hoi An is a UNESCO heritage town and a must-see on a trip to Vietnam. We recommend checking out this post from Making Time to See the World, which shares some tips on the best sights in the city, where to stay and what to eat!

If you want to squeeze in the highlights

Lastly, we recommend heading over to Heels in My Backpack for a round-up of the five must-see and must-do things in Vietnam. Spanning river trips, shopping trips,  beaches and more, it’s a fab round-up of the best things to do in Vietnam.


Do you have a great post to share about Vietnam? Do leave it in the comments! 

Sally is the founder of Trips100, along with several other blogging communities. She's a keen traveller and loves exploring the world with her 9 year old daughter and sidekick, Flea.

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