A visit to Vietnam will likely run you around $25 per day (this includes food, drinking water and accommodation).
You can save money by sticking with the local street food. This is delicious and usually pretty cheap, but if you’re not into that, you can always head to one of the many cafes or restaurants in town for breakfast and lunch.
The main city in the country is Ho Chi Minh City, and it’s a bustling metropolis that comes with traffic jams and lots of tourist activities. It’s also home to the Vietnam War Remnants Museum, which is a must-see for history buffs.
On the southern coast, Mui Ne is a beautiful beach destination that attracts both water sports enthusiasts and sun-seekers. The white sand is perfect for relaxing, and there are tons of restaurants and hotels to choose from.
In the centre of the country, the Cham Temples of My Son are a set of Hindu ruins that date back to the Champa Kingdom and are of significant historical significance. They may not be as marvelously preserved as Borobudur or Angkor Wat, but the site is still worth a visit.
The north is a very different experience. Misty Sapa is a popular place to trek over rice terraces and explore hill-tribe villages, but it can get quite crowded with people looking to sell you trinkets. You can avoid this by staying in a remote village and doing a homestay. 다낭 붐붐 특징 및 추천