A honeymoon in Vietnam provides an unforgettable experience full of culture, romance and breathtaking scenery. Visit the capitol city of Hanoi to experience both ancient and new Asian culture. Take a break from the hustle and bustle by visiting one of Vietnam's beautiful, unspoiled beaches and enjoy a luxurious getaway that all honeymooners deserve. There are also many amazing excursions that will take you through the real Vietnamese countryside giving you an experience to last a lifetime.


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If you’re looking for a charming country steeped in history and culture, Vietnam is the honeymoon destination for you. Known for its unique mix of luscious landscapes and compelling cities, Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia on the South China Sea.

You’ll soon discover that the best thing about planning your honeymoon to Vietnam is the fascinating contrast this country has to offer; one where you can visit an iconic history museum one day and a vibrant street market the next. From the hustle and bustle of its infamous cities, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh to its 34,000km coastline with the most breath-taking white sandy beaches, it really is one of the few countries in the world with such diverse scenery from north to south.

Hanoi is the capital city, and for travellers looking for an authentic experience – this is it. The constant buzz and beeping of motorbike horns, combined with the delicious smell arising from street vendors on every corner will have you instantly captivated. As for the challenge of crossing the road through a constant sea of motorbikes – it’s all part of the experience and certainly one you won’t forget!

A trip to Vietnam wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Mekong Delta. With vast areas of rice fields, wooden houses on stilts along the river’s edge and local people selling their own produce in small boats, it’s the perfect way to experience the Vietnamese way of life.

Five things to do on your honeymoon in Vietnam

Visit Halong Bay - Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, this 1,500sqkm area features 1,600 limestone islands and islets. Stay on a traditional junk boat, kayak around the islands or relax and take in the views - you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a movie set!

Hire bikes in Hoi An - This picturesque ancient town offers a mix of ornate Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, French-colonial houses and old canals. It’s also home to possibly the world’s highest concentration of tailors, so don’t leave without a custom-made suit or dress.

Go underground and experience the Cu Chi Tunnels - Located northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, this historical site comprises 120km of underground tunnels with several trapdoors, living areas, kitchens, storage facilities, armoury, hospitals, and command centres from the war in 1948.

See the world’s largest cave at Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park - The ideal place for adventurous honeymooners, you can explore its many limestone caves, grottoes and Son Doong (the world’s largest cave).

Join a Vietnamese cooking class - Bring home the best travel souvenir of all by learning to create some of the traditional dishes you’ll sample during your time there. Look out for classes where you’ll get to visit rice fields and hand-pick the herbs and spices!

If you’re looking for the perfect accommodation for your dream honeymoon in Vietnam, see our full list of handpicked hotels and resorts.

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