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Vietnam is a destination that makes many travelers dream. Whether you decide to stay a week, 15 days or a month, you will never feel like you’ve seen enough. There are so many things to do in Vietnam that most travelers want to come back or stay longer. As Vietnam is a country where the cost of living is relatively low, it is possible to spend longer holidays there. Discover our tips and tricks to realize your dream and spend 15 unforgettable days in Vietnam.


1. An itinerary idea on what to do in Vietnam during a 15 days trip

For a successful 15 days tour in Vietnam, you will need to find the ideal balance between your budget and the activities you want to do. Our Panorama tour is a perfect combination and you will be able to discover multiple aspects of the country and its culture.


You can start your stay in the capital, Hanoi, a vibrant city that never sleeps. Strolling through the narrow streets of the Old Quarter or visiting the city's historic monuments such as the Temple of Literature, you will discover the many facets of a constantly evolving city.




(Photo: Long Bien Bridge, Hanoï)

At least two days will be necessary for you to taste all the delights of this city and to seize its secrets.


After the hustle and bustle of the city, find some calm in the majestic mountains of North Vietnam. In Sapa, the hills adorned with multitude shades of green await you to discover the traditional villages coiled in them. During a hike, meet the members of the minority ethnic groups for an invaluable human experience.




(Photo: Halong Bay)

Even if you can only spend 15 days for your trip in Vietnam, that does not mean you have to deprive yourself by not taking the time to live unique experiences. This is particularly the case for the cruise in Halong Bay. This exceptional place, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is a delight for all visitors spending their holidays in Vietnam. Its turquoise waters and the sunset from the top deck of a traditional junk are the highlights of such a cruise. Spend one night on board to discover the most magical corners.


Then head towards the center of the country and the majestic historic cities of Hue and Hoi An. There, you will discover the soul of Vietnam and be surprised by its preserved splendor of yesteryear. Visit the temples and palaces that make up its architectural richness, and stop for a meal in one of the many restaurants to sample a typical dish such as the “banh xeo”.


Then move further to the South and discover Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). Meet the inhabitants of this vibrant and lively city, which is considered as one of Indochina’s jewels.


It will also be the ideal starting point for an expedition to the Mekong Delta, a magical place surrounded by so many mysteries. Visit this fertile region with many canals and enjoy local delicacies such as fruit or coconut candy.




(Photo: Opera house, Ho Chi Minh City)

Such a tour to Vietnam will allow you to unravel the mysteries of this country while immersing yourself in the local life to meet the inhabitants.


2. Tips on what to do in Vietnam for a 15 days trip

If spending 2 weeks in Vietnam, know that there are on-site solutions of accommodation and lodging that will make the organization of such a trip easy.

Here are some tips to limit your expenses:

  • As regards housing and cheap hotels, they are numerous in Vietnam and in general offer good quality services. You should count between $10 to $30 per night.
  • For transportation, there are two solutions to limit your expenses: the bus and the train in Vietnam are the cheapest means of transportation, but the journeys are long and sometimes uncomfortable. There are however low-cost airlines offering affordable rates between the different cities of Vietnam; this solution is ideal if the length of your stay is limited.
  • If you want to move around cities, you can hire a scooter or a motor-taxi! They are very affordable, unlike traditional taxis.
  • For your meals, prefer local restaurants; you can get a delicious meal for less than $2. Moreover, you will be able to taste traditional dishes, often in familial restaurants, and discover the happiness that provides street restaurants!
  • And do not forget to bargain if you have to shop!



(Photo: Cyclo in Hanoï. Source:


You will quickly understand that organizing a travel to Vietnam with a tight budget is something possible. If you prefer, trust a travel agency to plan your tour to Vietnam!



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