There’s never been a better time to choose Vietnam as your holiday destination. With a strong commitment to safety and fast response to health crises, Vietnam is a place you can travel with peace of mind. The country’s untrammelled landscapes and seascapes are bursting with beautiful views you can have all to yourself. Even if it’s been a while, you can be sure Vietnam’s people are as friendly as ever, its food is as delicious as ever, its culture is as alluring as ever — and all of it is waiting for you. When you’re ready to travel again, we look forward to welcoming you back to Vietnam.
Read about how Vietnam successfully contained the coronavirus.
The spike in searches for places like Munich, Ho Chi Minh City, and Barbados point to travelers being excited to pack their bags for places that were previously harder to visit due to travel restrictions, testing requirements, or high airfare prices
says Christie Hudson, head of U.S. public relations for Expedia. “Now that most Covid-related travel restrictions have loosened, these destinations are back on the table and made even more appealing by factors like the favorable dollar-to-Euro exchange rate and shoulder season deals.” - CN Traveler
From edgy bars to retro subterranean bunkers, there's plenty to discover in vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, writes Brett Atkinson. - NZ HERALD
Not just pho: 3 noodle dishes from Vietnam not to miss – cao lau in Hoi An, bun ca in Hanoi and Phu Quoc’s ‘stirring noodles’
If, like the late Anthony Bourdain, you were ‘put on earth’ to eat Vietnamese noodles, the country has a plethora of regional noodle dishes to try
'In Hanoi they eat bun ca – rice noodles with fish; in Hoi An cao lau thick noodles; and in Phu Quoc bun quay, fresh-cut noodles with a sauce you mix yourself’ - South China Morning Post
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