Vietnam Itinerary 6 days is not easy to arrange since you will feel confused with many interesting spots to pick. As an experienced local expert, I am delighted to share my suggestions
We are planning to go to Vietnam for our holiday and we would like do a mix of activities. So a few questions:
Go on a Saigon
You first take a rest after landing at Tan Son Nhat International Airport and checking in at the hotel.
This is an amazing chance to feel the vibrancy of the city.
Visit Thien Hau Temple (Ba Thien Hau Pagoda)
Thien Hau Pagoda is among the oldest temple of Chinese expats in Ho Chi Minh City. Besides the architectural and sculptural value, it serves as a place for faith and mutual assistance and support among both Chinese expats and Vietnamese people.
Reach Municipal Theatre of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon Opera House)
Saigon Opera House, modelled after Opéra Garnier in Paris, is a smaller counterpart of Hanoi Opera House.
Its architecture follows the French flamboyant style during the Third Republic.
Cu Chi Tunnel is a distinctive tourist destination for you to gain insight into the Vietnam Wars and Vietnam history. It served as a hiding spot for many Viet Cong soldiers. Besides, the tunnel was also a route serving communication and supplying food, medicine and weapons during fierce wars.
What's more, Asian Record has recognised Cu Chi as the longest tunnel.
The city of culture and history you may have the chance of seeing Hanoi Old Quarter, the French quarter as top things to do in Hanoi. Since you may get tired after a domestic flight from the South to Northern Vietnam, it is a good idea to do free walking tours in hanoi with local university students.
You are taken to main ancient streets to observe daily activities of local people. Habits of Northern people many differ from those of Southern ones. You will find them rather interesting!
Start a 4-hour drive to Halong Bay and get on a cruise at noon as one of Best Things to do in Halong Bay
Have lunch while cruising through Stone Dog Islet and Burning Incense Islet
Vietnamese people consider Stone Dog Islet a sea guardian for the life on the bay.
Burning Incense Islet shaped like a giant incense in the middle of the sea
Visit Ba Hang fishing village for kayaking
Visit Fighting Cock Islet and Thien Cung Cave (Heavenly Palace)
Cruise back and return to Hanoi
Pay a visit to Ho Chi Minh Complex
A Hanoi City Tour with AZ Local Trip leads you to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum on Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Stilt House, Ho Chi Minh Museum and One Pillar Pagoda.
One Pillar Pagoda with unique architecture is one of the symbols of Hanoi.
Overnight in Saigon
The Mekong Delta, also known as The Nine Dragon river delta as it is formed by nine rivers, lies immediately to the west of Ho Chi Minh City (also called Saigon by locals), roughly forming a vast triangle stretching from My Tho in the east to Chau Doc and Ha Tien in the northwest, down to Ca Mau, and including Phu Quoc Island. It is also called the rice bowl of Vietnam as it pumps out more than a third of the country’s annual food crop from just ten percent of its total land mass. The Delta region displays a variety of physical landscape, from vast paddy files in the south to hills in the north and west. It’s a water world where boats, houses, and markets float upon the numerous rivers, canals and streams that crisscross the landscape like arteries.
The city has recovered in the 30 years since then, with the current population at over 7 million. It was renamed Ho Chi Minh City, after the spiritual leader of Vietnamese Communism, but residents were so reluctant to adopt the new name that authorities kept the official name but the city centre is still called Saigon. Today, Ho Chi Minh City is a popular tourist destination due to its fascinating culture, classic French architecture, and sleek skyscrapers as well as ornate temples and pagodas. The city is also filled with rooftop bars that overlook Saigon and beyond, while fantastic restaurants offer a combination of French, Chinese, and, of course, local Vietnamese cuisine.
Other destinations that are not mentioned in the 6 days in Vietnam above
Hoi An Ancient Town to Tra Que Village
Enjoy a relaxing stroll around Hoi An
Visit Tra Que Culinary Village
Once coming to Tra Que Village, you yourself will experience a working day of local farmers. You can hoe soil, plant, water vegetables on your own!
A cooking class is also available if you have interest!
My Son Holly Land is regarded as one of the main centres of Hindu temples in Southeast Asia. In addition, UNESCO has selected this site as one of the most modern world heritage sites.
My Son acts as a good example of cultural exchange and as the only trace of disappeared Asian civilization.
Return to Da Nang and walk to Dragon Bridge crossing Han River in the evening
Dragon Bridge is seen as an undisputed icon of Da Nang The fire breathing performance is organised every on Saturday and Sunday evening.
Phu Quoc Island is worth being included in every visitor's Vietnam Itinerary 6 days.
Take a domestic flight to Phu Quoc Island
Sunbathe at Long Beach
Long Beach on Phu Quoc Island
Watch the sunset at Duong Dong Harbour
Stunning Duong Dong sunset view
Go to Dinh Cau Night Market