Plan the perfect honeymoon in Vietnam: Find the best beaches, resorts, attractions and things to do at these exciting honeymoon destinations in Vietnam. Also, check out the monthly weather conditions – so you can arrive when the weather is dry and sunny.
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From Nha Trang to Danang and Hoi An in the north, the central coastline offers some of the country’s finest beaches, fringed with swaying coconut palms and dotted with quaint fishing villages – perfect for a honeymoon in Vietnam.
Pick a spot to relax on Nha Trang’s Tran Phu Beach, a 9km-long stretch of golden sand fringed by mature palm trees, colourful flowers and a range of beachside facilities including bars and restaurants. Inland, visit 7th century temples of the Cham civilisation.
Be captivated by this charming town, with its rich cultural heritage, beautifully preserved merchants’ houses, pagodas, ancient wells, tombs and slow pace of life.
Relax on Cua Dai Beach, a 30km crescent of pristine white sand that stretches all the way up the coast to Danang or surf off Non Nuoc beach, known as China Beach by US GIs who surfed there while on R&R during the Vietnam War.
Hoi An offers all the ingredients you need for a fabulous honeymoon in Vietnam.
Explore the sprawling complex of evocative temples and pavilions set amid lotus ponds and pretty gardens – known collectively as The Citadel – into the royal palace of the Forbidden Purple City.
Cruise the Perfumed River (Huong River) or hire a bicycle and cycle through lush gardens, past tranquil lakes, exploring the often architecturally elaborate and unique tombs of the Nguyen Kings – the last of Vietnam's dynastic rulers. Hue is perfect for adventurous couples planning a honeymoon in Vietnam.
Blessed with broad tree-lined boulevards, lakes and parks, belle époque villas and beautiful temples, the capital city of Hanoi reflects a fascinating blend of Indo-Chinese and French colonial influences.
Wander the maze of picturesque narrow streets of the Old Quarter, browse the sprawling Dong Xuan Market, see personal artifacts of the Vietnamese leader at the Ho Chi Minh Museum or at his charming lakeside home and visit One Pillar Pagoda, a cultural and historic relic built in 1049. Hanoi is an excellent destination for newlyweds seeking an exotic honeymoon in Vietnam.
Commonly known as Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam and the largest city in Vietnam is a chaotic whirl of colourful sights, sounds and activities.
See the Reunification Palace where, in 1975, tanks crashed through the gates of the president's palace. Don’t miss the elaborate woodcarvings of gilded characters and local deities at the Emperor of Jade Pagoda. Ho Chi Minh is often the starting point for couples planning a honeymoon in Vietnam.
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Latest update: Vietnam Honeymoon Guide: 17 February, 2019
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