vietnam Honeymoon Itinerary


When choosing your honeymoon destination, Vietnam is as good a country as any. Boasting of a rich culture, a past that is riddled equally with glory and war, and some striking natural landscapes, exploring Vietnam with one’s loved one can be quite the adventure. With so much to do here, however, we understand that crafting a perfect honeymoon itinerary can be quite daunting. While one’s honeymoon trip can differ in duration and location based on the travelers’ tastes, we present a 7-night 8 day itinerary for a comprehensive tour around some of Vietnam’s most prominent locations:

Day 1: Arrival at Ho Chi Minh City 

  • Your honeymoon tour begins with your arrival at Ho Chi Minh City 
  • Upon arrival, check in at your desired hotel or resort 
  • You can either choose to spend the rest of the day at the resort, or venture out for a casual walk along the streets 
  • Overnight stay in Ho Chi Minh

Day 2: Sightseeing around Ho Chi Minh 

  • Spend the second day of your honeymoon touring across the many fantastic attractions in Ho Chi Minh City 
  • Witness the beauty of the Notre Dame Cathedral, and explore the Cu Chi Tunnels harrowing past; check out what the Thrillophilia Facebook reviews have to say about these attractions in Ho Chi Minh City 
  • If you have some time left, you could also pay a visit to the War Remnants Museum
  • In the evening, take a romantic dinner cruise on the Saigon with your partner
  • Overnight stay in Ho Chi Minh City 

Day 3: Travel to Hoi An

  • Start the day by travelling to Hoi An
  • Spend the day in Hoi An exploring its many beaches, such as the Mye Khye Beach and the Cua Dai Beach
  • Overnight stay in Hoi An 

Day 4: Touring Hoi An

  • Spend the fourth day taking a sightseeing tour around Hoi An 
  • Take a walking tour around the Hoi An Ancient Town, where the preserved buildings of the past retain the ancient glory of the city 
  • As the evening approaches, head over to the Japanese Covered Bridge,  lovely piece of architecture and probably Hoi An’s most remarkable landmarks 
  • If you’re travelling in February, you can also witness the famed Lantern Festival from the lake!
  • Spend some time exploring the markets at either ends of the Bridge 
  • If interested, you could also choose to explore the night markets around Hoi An 

Day 5: HaLong Bay Cruise

  • You can spend your fifth day in Vietnam taking a cruise along the Bai Tu Long Bay; check out the Thrillophilia Twitter reviews section to know more about HaLong Bay cruise packages 
  • A renowned World Heritage Site, Bai Tu Long nestles at one edge of the Halong Bay 
  • The one day cruise will hop across the islands of Ha Long, stopping at some of the more interesting spots 
  • Explore the Thien Canh Son Caves, an underwater cave system known for its stalagmite formations 
  • Overnight stay on the cruise 

Day 6: Travel to Hanoi

  • After breakfast on board, the cruise travels to the idyllic Vung Vieng Fishing Village 
  • Following village exploration, the experience comes to an end, as the cruise disembarks at Ha Long Wharf 
  • From here, make your way to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam
  • Overnight stay in Hanoi 

Day 7: Sightseeing around Hanoi

  • The penultimate day of your honeymoon tour can be spent sightseeing around Hanoi 
  • Visit spectacular historical attractions such as the Temple of Literature, the Imperial Citadel, or the Ho Chi Minh Museum; take at the Sitejabber reviews on our webpage to curate the best historical attractions that might cater to your interest 
  • You could also enjoy a water puppet show at Thang Long theatre, or tour the busy streets of the Hanoi Old Quarters 
  • Lastly, you can spend your last night in the country exploring any of the fantastic eateries around the capital 
  • Overnight stay in Hanoi

Day 8: Departure 

  • The eight day brings with itself the inevitable goodbye 
  • You could choose to take an early flight back home 
  • Alternatively, you can spend the morning in some casual sightseeing activities, and take a later flight instead 

What is the best time to visit Vietnam for our honeymoon?

While Vietnam is generally regarded as a year-round destination, the best time, weather wise, would be in the spring months between March and April. The weather during this time generally remains pleasant, with moderate temperatures and very little rainfall. 

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