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Southeast Asian nation of Vietnam is well-known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas, and crowded cities. Ho Chi Minh, the country's most well-known leader during the Communist era, is honoured in the capital city of Hanoi by a massive marble tomb. French colonial landmarks, Vietnamese War history museums, and the C Chi tunnels, which were used by Viet Cong forces, may all be found in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon).
Vietnam has a lengthy history of joining forces with a dominant culture and utilising the concepts, structures, and technological advancements of that civilization for domestic reasons. Vietnam's historical interactions with China already showed this pattern of affiliating and adapting, and it returned as the offspring of mandarins responded to the challenge of the West by abandoning tradition and turning communist to fight colonialism. The pattern reappeared in the 20th century, when cultural groups used Western influences to encourage social reform. And since the 1980s, it has been the motivating factor behind the Communist Party of Vietnam's acceptance of economic liberalisation and integration into the global economy.
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The best time to travel to Vietnam is from March to April, when temperatures are milder and rainfall is at a minimum. Of a nation more than 1,600 kilometres (1,000 miles) long, the temperature in Vietnam changes greatly from temperate to tropical as you travel from north to south.
The spring and fall months of February through April and August through October are the ideal times to visit Vietnam. Light rain is falling, and the temperature is comfortable and cool. Consequently, it is suitable for enjoying sightseeing. Additionally, it is a great time to travel to Vietnam to celebrate holidays like the Lim Festival, Hue Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Wandering Souls Day, etc., which will enhance your trip even more.
The winter months are when vacationers to Vietnam are most numerous. In February, the southern, central, and northern regions, respectively, see average highs of 27°C, 25°C, and 17°C.

Three international airports serve the nation: in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Danang. The two principal airports in Vietnam are Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) in Ho Chi Minh City and Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) in Hanoi. Flying time between India and Vietnam ranges from 7 to 12 hours.


 1.Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi each have one major international airport. From Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Kochi, among others, connecting flights to both of these airports are offered by airlines like Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and Air India, among others. 

2.Cu Chi Tunnel  
There are numerous connecting tunnels that travellers can visit, and from Ho Chi Minh City, there are frequently day trips and guided tours available. Before you have the chance to descend these extremely humid and small tunnels to witness for yourself, you will learn more about the Vietnam War and the guerilla strategy utilised by the Viet Cong to defeat the US forces at the Cu Chi Tunnel.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
 The Mekong River, the 12th longest river in the world, flows from the Tibetan Plateau through six nations before reaching the sea in the Mekong Delta. These nations include China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and eventually Vietnam. The Mekong Delta should be experienced by boat because it is surrounded by rivers, natural features, and floating marketplaces. You can do this right from Ho Chi Minh City with a guided tour that also includes a night in Can Tho.     

4 . Phong Nha
Visit Phong Nha, the location of the Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world, if you're searching for a little adventure in Vietnam's cave region, which has been rapidly gaining prominence. Phong Nha is most likely one of the few locations in Vietnam still regarded as off-the-beaten-path, and with good reason. The area is extremely remote and surrounded by nothing but rice paddies and sandstone mountains.         
5.Ninh Binh                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Another wonderful destination that you may not have heard of is Ninh Binh, a little town that is only an hour away from Hanoi. The city itself is not particularly noteworthy, but the gorgeous natural surroundings that you may discover in Ninh Binh make it worthwhile to travel there.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
6.Hanoi                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        One of the nicest things to do in the city of Hanoi is to get outside and sample all the delectable street food there. Hanoi is a bustling capital city of Vietnam where motorbikes weave through the roadways like uncontrollable water flowing in a river.
Tourist attractions worth visiting in Hanoi are the Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi which is located on the West Lake, another great place to walk around in the evening.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
7.Halong Bay                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               It would be a shame to travel all the way to Vietnam and not visit Halong Bay, which is without a doubt one of the country's most well-known and tourism attractions. As you sail around Halong Bay, stopping at isolated beaches and villages along the way, you'll find yourself in this idyllic environment of hundreds of sandstone mountains spread out into the water. It is one of Vietnam's most picturesque locations and is unquestionably worthwhile of the trip from Hanoi.     
Vietnamese entry requires a visa for holders of Indian passports. The Vietnam visa-on-arrival scheme and an online application are both available to Indian citizens. The required paperwork to apply for a visa to visit Vietnam are listed below.
Passport from India that is valid for travel to Vietnam for at least six months. You will want at least two blank passport pages for the visa stamp. 2 photographs the size of a passport.