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Luxury Vietnam Honeymoons

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. 

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Where to Go in Vietnam

  • Hanoi Vietnam


    The charming capital city offers an impressive collage of cultural influences from the Chinese and French, yet it has managed to retain the local Vietnamese traditions. Explore the labyrinth of over thousand-year-old streets in the well-preserved Old Quarter which sits between the Red River, Hoan Kiem Lake, and the remaining walls of the citadel. The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long and the mausoleum where Ho Chi Minh is buried are must experiences, while more than 600 pagodas and temples, shady boulevards, and picturesque parks all add to the appeal.

  • Halong Bay Vietnam

    Halong Bay

    One of Vietnam’s most enchanting places, a cruise on Halong Bay is a must, providing the opportunity to soak up the majesty of the 1,600 islands and islets in the archipelago with their rare plants that can’t be found anywhere else. You’ll journey across the emerald waters while marveling at the jaw-dropping scenery with endless Instagrammable moments, including glorious sunrises, a time when the islands are often enveloped in mist. While there are multiple cruising options, the “junks,” vessels built in the style of old Chinese trading junks, may be your best choice, with stops for swimming and sunbathing on postcard-perfect beaches.

  • Pu Luong Vietnam

    Pu Luong

    Pu Luong is a nature reserve, an enchanting valley that’s just a few hours from the capital city while offering a laid-back atmosphere with pristine jungle and endless mountains. Enjoy refreshing dips in tranquil pools beneath cascading waterfalls, marvel at the lush rice terraces, enjoy the sounds of the forest, and get close to impressive flora and fauna. It’s easy to see why the Thai people decided to call this area home. You can also experience their authentic way of life, including local customs, by visiting the quaint hamlets and villages dotted throughout the reserve, each of which has its own unique history.

  • Hoi An Vietnam

    Hoi An

    One of Southeast Asia’s most alluring towns, Hoi Ann’s center is a national heritage zone, making it ideal for strolls with no motorized vehicles allowed. Wander along the cobbled streets lined with all sorts of cafes and shops, lit with lanterns and jam-packed with history. If you can plan your trip around the full moon, you can experience a memorable spectacle when it trades electric lights for traditional colored lanterns while musicians and a variety of performers fill the streets with song. No matter when you’re here, enjoy a romantic lantern boat ride or a pedal through the rice paddies on bicycles.

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    Ho Chi Minh City

    Offering an eclectic mix of modern and historic, Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s commercial hub, ideal for those who want to enjoy endless shopping, countless restaurants, and lively nightlife. There are plenty of cultural attractions too, including the HCMC Museum which displays a remarkable collection of artifacts. You can also take a food tour via scooter to sample a wide range of eats in various neighborhoods and visit the Saigon Skydeck for some of the most magnificent views over the city.

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.