2020 Vacay Goals: Here’s Why Vietnam Is Our Top Destination For The Year!

There’s nothing like kicking off the new decade with some travel plans and our top destination this year is VIETNAM! The country offers an all-round experience, from the bustling city life to the quaint beaches. Here, the landscapes are varied, people are warm, food is delicious, and culture is breathtaking. From sliding down the sand dunes in the morning to taking a stroll by the beach at noon to enjoying the busy streets in the night, here’s why you should plan a trip to this country of timeless charm.

Top 5 things you need to visit Vietnam for: 

Visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Temple of Literature

For folks who enjoy discovering the culture, art, and history of a place they go to, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Temple of Literature are both must-visits. These places are extremely informative and give you an insight into the country's history. 

Sip on some egg coffee

Vietnam is known for its coffee production all across the globe. You just can’t miss trying this coffee with a twist. Yes, this coffee has an egg in it. It might not sound too appealing but the taste is to die for. It’s just like a coffee-flavored cake!

Hanoi - Halong Bay

A 2.5-hour drive away from Hanoi is the beautiful Halong Bay. From a cruise to kayaking experience, it’s picturesque and Insta-worthy! With 1,600 limestone towers rising from its waters, it is rightly considered as one of Vietnam’s most beautiful spots. As a result, it’s on every visitor's list. The area is riddled with hundreds of deep caves, including one of the largest in the world – Hang Son Doong. 

Visit the city that never sleeps- Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh city is a great city to visit for its nightlife and as the locals say, it’s a city that never sleeps. Ben Thanh market is a must-see for amazing food and there’s  a great buzz of activity within the place. If you’re looking for a party, there are tons of casinos and rooftop bars for you to check out, too!

Crawl through the Cu Chi Tunnels

Crawl through the extensive network of nearly 500 km of tunnels utilized by the VietCong in the war with the USA in the 1960s. Tours involve a description of the tunnels where they get to see the false traps and escape routes  after which tourists are allowed to crawl about the maze and fire.  

The only direct flight from Delhi to Vietnam is VietJet which reduces your travel time and gives you all the comfort you need!