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Da Nang Hanoi Ho Chi Minh City Phuquoc
31 August 2021 | 7 nights | 2 people
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Natural Wonders & Traditions
£1999pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

8-nights

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Immerse yourself in the real Vietnam - Flexible holiday
£1649pp

Mixed-board • Flights inc

15-nights

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Discover the highlights of Vietnam - Flexible holiday
£1319pp

Mixed-board • Flights inc

18-nights

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Travel Vietnam in boutique style - Flexbible holiday
£1999pp

Mixed-board • Flights inc

17-nights

Hanoi Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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17th March 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

How to spend 3 days in Hanoi: Your perfect Hanoi itinerary

Around a 3-hour drive from the city of San Diego, it’s technically possible to visit Joshua Tree for a day but I’d definitely recommend longer. The whole area is incredible to explore, especially with the iconic trails, rock formations and, of course, all those yuccas! Most visitors stay in either the French Quarter or the Old Quarter and it’s perfectly reasonable to walk around and between the two if you’re in good health. Streets in the Old Quarter are particularly narrow and it makes...

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12th February 2021 by Andy

Cheapest places to holiday in October

October is off-season in many of the world’s top destinations, which means fantastic news for your travel budget! You’ll find great package deals to beach destinations where the sun is still shining, cheaper hotels in big cities and savings on long-haul flights.Check out our top picks for October holidays and be sure to stay up-to-date with our weekly deals, to catch some great bargains.Beach HolidaysDon’t despair about autumn weather in October, as it’s still warm enough for a sunny...

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25th November 2020 by Stoked to Travel

Vietnam travel guide: The best places to visit in Vietnam

Stretching nearly the length of South East Asia, Vietnam is a beautiful country that really has it all. From breathtaking landscapes and mesmerising scenery, to a wealth of historical and cultural offerings, you could easily spend months in Vietnam. Fortunately, excellent transport around the country also makes it a brilliant place for a shorter trip too. Anything from ten days to three weeks will really offer a chance to explore and discover the best of Vietnam. Although Vietnam has a...

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26th January 2021 by Emily Luxton

What to eat in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi’s food scene is arguably one of the richest ones in Asia. There are so many world-class dishes from Hanoi like Pho, Banh Mi. However, the city has more than that to offer for any foodie. If you fancy experience the authentic Vietnamese cuisine in Hanoi, these are the top Hanoi foods you must try....

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19th January 2021 by John

Asia’s cheapest cities for 2017 travel

Are you thinking of jetting off for an exotic holiday to Asia this year? We’ve got some fantastic news for you and your travel budget!The Backpacker Index ranks 31 of Asia’s most popular cities from cheapest to most expensive and the 2017 results are in.We’ve teamed up with Price of Travel again to bring you an infographic, highlighting the top 10 cheapest cities in Asia.The Backpacker Index is based on thorough research and calculated on the following information:One night accommodation...

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31st January 2021 by Backpacks and Bunkbeds

5 things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam

I really liked Hanoi, like REALLY liked it. Maybe because it was our first stop in Vietnam, having chosen to see this part of the world by working from north to south, or maybe it was because Hanoi was my first SE Asian city in almost 12 months. Either which way, I really liked it and thoroughly enjoyed my time there....

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21st August 2015 by Follow Me East

I HEART Hanoi

A cluster of little streets, a hodge-podge of quaint architectural styles and a micro-sized coffee shop every few steps. You could easily come to Hanoi and do nothing but wander the streets of the old town, drink coffee and eat pho from the abundant street stalls. This more or less what we did.Early morning in HanoiI first visited Vietnam 10 years ago and this time around I was delighted to see that the city has kept the exact same level of dilapidation. It is neither better maintained nor more...