If you’re looking for a destination to spend quality time with your spouse-to-be in a place that’s not exorbitantly priced while offering stunning landscapes, postcard-perfect beaches, rich history, and colorful culture, Vietnam should be on the top of your list. Whether you prefer charming villages, bustling cities with exciting nightlife, tranquil strolls through vibrant paddy fields, or lazy days relaxing on the sand, it offers it all.

The friendly locals will greet you with a smile and the hospitality is exceptional, while the exquisite cuisine with an idyllic blend of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy, often featuring fresh herbs, is sure to make for memorable dining on a rooftop or at the beachfront. 

This country is incredibly seductive with a number of bucket-list experiences that make it especially honeymoon-worthy. Enjoy fantasy-like deserted beaches with little development where you can explore pristine jungles, dive among kaleidoscopic reefs, and find a secluded spot on the sand for watching the waves together with no one else around. Spend time on the water by cruising through the famous towering limestone crags and emerald islands in Halong Bay, whether on a boat shared with others or a private vessel all to yourselves, it’s a highlight of any visit here. 

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Where to Go in Vietnam

Village in Ha Giang Province, Vietnam

When to Visit Vietnam

Vietnam stretches for over a thousand miles from north to south which means the weather can vary significantly, but the best time to visit overall tends to be March and April when temperatures are more moderate and rainfall is light. Northern Vietnam experiences cold, dry winters while summers are hot and humid. In the south, warm temperatures are experienced throughout the year, with the dry season between December and May and the wet season from June through November. While the rest of the country is likely to be more pleasant, March through May in this region can be unbearably hot.


What is the best honeymoon destination in Vietnam?

If you want a good mix of nearly everything, Hoi An may be your best choice. This ancient coastal town offers temples, colonial homes, pretty bridges, a canal, and beautiful beaches, including Cua Dai and An Bang. You might enjoy a historical tour and then head to Cham Island which offers outstanding snorkeling, diving, and cruising. In the evening, lantern-lit strolls hand-in-hand are sure to be memorable.

Where should I stay on my honeymoon in Vietnam?

There are many luxurious honeymoon resorts to choose from in Vietnam. You might stay at a resort in Hoi An, with tropical gardens along the banks of the Thu Bon River for easy access to cruises. Or enjoy the utmost when it comes to the VIP treatment at an island resort with gorgeous sands for romantic beach walks, opportunities to dive among vibrant coral, and watch a romantic movie under the stars. Villa resorts are a possibility too, complete with private pools, in-room Jacuzzis, and gourmet cuisine.

What are the essential things to do on a honeymoon in Vietnam?

Some of the top things to do for any honeymooning couple in Vietnam include walking through Old Towns like Hoi An’s, enjoying the beauty of the river and the romantic atmosphere. There are sunset dinner cruises where you can sip cocktails and dine on fresh seafood while watching the sun go down over the water, treks in parks and reserves that bring lush views and opportunities to spot rare wildlife, and the chance to paddle over transport aquamarine seas while watching the colorful fish below. Watching the sun rise over Halong Bay with the one you love is a memory of a lifetime.