Vietnam Halong Bay beautiful sunset landscape

Vietnam Luxury Holidays

A country of extremes, Vietnam has something for every discerning traveller. Endless stretches of white sandy beaches, vibrant cities, ornate templates, ancient cobblestone streets and a rich history all await you.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing holiday, soaking in the sun-drenched beaches of Vietnam’s central region, or you seek the adventures of Hanoi and Saigon, this stunning destination will not disappoint. For thrill seekers, Vietnam offers a growing range of off-the-beaten-track adrenalin rushes, while the increasing golf courses and spas will keep the less adventurous content.

Flight Time

London to Saigon: 14 hours

Time Difference

GMT +7




Bahasa Malay, though French and English are spoken in most regions.


The weather in Vietnam can be split by region. In Hanoi and the north, May to October is hot and humid with high rainfall; November to April is cooler and dry. In the far north, December and January can be particularly cold. Central Vietnam experiences hot, dry weather between January and August when temperatures can hit the mid-30°C’s; whilst high levels of rainfall can occur in September, October and November. Southern Vietnam is generally dry and hot from November to April, and warm and wet between May and October, with the highest rainfall in June, July and August.


Vietnamese Dong (US$ widely accepted)

Visas for British Citizens

British citizens travelling to Vietnam (for all purposes) for a period of up to 15 days are exempt from visa requirements as long as they are not re-entering Vietnam within 30 days.

Top Tips

Huge variety, from stunning countryside to buzzing cities and gorgeous un-crowded beaches.

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