4 Days trip in Vietnam

Budget: 0 USD - 1000 USD Wildlife exploration Shopping Food exploration Cultural experiences
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Vietnam is a beautiful and diverse country with a rich history and culture. Visitors can enjoy exploring its natural landscapes, sampling its delicious cuisine, and learning about its fascinating past.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to VND
GMT +0700
️ 19.00°C
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Van Long Nature Reserve

    180 minutes

    Take a boat trip through one of the largest wetlands of Northeast Vietnam. Spot rare and endangered species like Delacour's langur and white-browed crake, and enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty.

  2. Dong Xuan Market

    120 minutes

    Explore the largest covered market in Hanoi, with a wide variety of goods ranging from clothing and accessories to electronics and souvenirs.

  3. Bún chả Hàng Quạt

    90 minutes

    Savor the quintessential Hanoi dish of grilled pork and vermicelli noodles, served with herbs and dipping sauce, at one of the best Bun Cha restaurants located on a charming alleyway.

Day 2

  1. Halong Bay

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Halong Bay, with its stunning limestone cliffs, emerald waters, and traditional floating villages. Enjoy kayaking, swimming, and lunch on board a junk boat.

  2. Temple of Literature

    120 minutes

    Visit the oldest university in Vietnam, dating back to 1070, dedicated to Confucius and his disciples. Admire the traditional architecture, beautiful gardens, and historic artifacts.

  3. Bánh cuốn Gia Truyền Thành Vũ

    90 minutes

    Taste the famous Vietnamese dish of steamed rice rolls with pork and mushrooms, served with dipping sauce and crispy fried shallots, at a popular family-run restaurant that has been in business for over 100 years.

Day 3

  1. Cuc Phuong National Park

    300 minutes

    Explore the oldest national park in Vietnam, home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including primates, pangolins, and rare birds. Visit the Endangered Primate Rescue Center and the Turtle Conservation Center.

  2. Bat Trang Ceramic Village

    120 minutes

    Visit the traditional pottery village of Bat Trang, known for its high-quality ceramics for centuries. Watch skilled craftsmen at work, shop for unique souvenirs, and participate in a pottery-making workshop.

  3. Phở Gia Truyền Bát Đàn

    90 minutes

    Indulge in the national dish of Vietnam, pho noodle soup with beef or chicken, at a cozy restaurant that has been serving the recipe for over 70 years in the heart of Hanoi Old Quarter.

Day 4

  1. Hoa Lo Prison

    120 minutes

    Learn about the history of Hoa Lo Prison, also known as the Hanoi Hilton, where Vietnamese revolutionaries and American POWs were held during the French Indochina War and the Vietnam War respectively.

  2. Old Quarter

    180 minutes

    Stroll around the charming streets of the Old Quarter, with its bustling markets, historic temples, and colonial-era architecture. Shop for souvenirs, sample street food, and soak up the local atmosphere.

  3. Bún thang Bà Đức

    90 minutes

    Try a lesser-known Hanoi specialty, Bún thang noodle soup with chicken, egg, and herbs, at a small family restaurant tucked away in an alley. Taste the subtle flavors and savor the authentic ambiance.

Estimated Cost (USD)


5-8 USD per night
40-50 USD per night
20-30 USD per night


5-10 USD per ride
0.25-0.50 USD per ride
Motorbike taxi
1-2 USD per ride


Street food
1-2 USD per meal
Budget restaurant
4-8 USD per meal
Fine dining
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance fee for Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
0.5 USD per person
Water puppet show
3-8 USD per person
Cooking class
20-30 USD per person

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