Vietnam is home to immense geographic and cultural diversity. From friendly locals to lush landscapes to fascinating traditions and cultures, discovering Vietnam promises an unforgettable experience in the heart of Southeast Asia.

At UnioTravel, our expertly-crafted itineraries are designed to feature the highlights of Vietnam while offering unique opportunities for unforgettable experiences. We can customise each of our tours to match your preferred travel period, touring needs and budget for a tailor-made journey designed just for you.

As Vietnam’s top tour operator specialising in tailor-made travel, our Vietnam tour packages are crafted to match any travel style. Click on any of our itineraries to get started in creating your journey to Vietnam, or click here to see our other travel destinations.

Vietnam's weather varies greatly from north to south with each area marked by slightly different seasons and climates. Because of these regional variations, there are always pleasant and favorable areas to visit throughout the year. The north, overall, tends to be cooler than the rest of the country. During the winter from November till February, the day time temperature is cool and the weather often damp. Central Vietnam experiences warm weather from July to October and wet, colder weather from November to May. Although the temperature remains fairly steady throughout the year, Southern Vietnam has two seasons. The dry season lasts from December to May, while from June to November is the rainy season. 
International Airports: Noi Bai Airport (Hanoi), Danang Airport (Da Nang) Tan Son Nhat Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)
Vietnamese Dong is used in Vietnam. However dollar is widely accepted. ATMs are available throughout the country Exchange rates (10/2014): 1 USD = 21,290.0 VND 1 EUR = 26,704.3 VND 1 GBP = 3,465.2 VND
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Most nationals require a visa to enter Vietnam and tourists must possess passports valid for at least 6 months after their planned exit from Vietnam
Flat 2 pin plugs with 220V/50Hz are mainly used in Vietnam
There are 9 public holidays a year in Vietnam. However, shops are barely closed except for Lunar New Year holiday.
Vietnamese is national language of Vietnam and Roman alphabet is used as mordern Vietnamese script.
There are some useful words and phrases that you might need to know:
Hello!seen chow!
Goodbye:seen chow!
How are you:ban co kwe khome
I’m fine,gahm un ban thoy kwe
Thank yougahm un
How muchbow nyew
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