When we say Vietnam has it all, we mean it, and we don’t say that lightly.

It's a country that perfectly manages to jam-pack everything we love about South-East Asia into one destination; spectacular scenery, delicious food, culture, history, relaxation and, finally, unparalleled luxury. It's fairly easy to say then that anyone considering a honeymoon to Vietnam won't be disappointed.

We'll start with the scenery; whether you're meandering by boat through the dramatic and ethereal rocks and coves of Halong Bay, immersing yourself in the bustling markets of Hoi An or trekking through the Sapa Mountains, Vietnam is home to some truly spectacular sights. If there's one thing you'll be guaranteed from your Vietnam honeymoon, it's some incredible photos.

Next onto the food. Many would say Vietnam fuses the very best of South East Asian cuisine - anyone for Phở? Although we perhaps won't mention the fried tarantulas and squid teeth… oops. Lucky for you we know all the best restaurants so you can spend your honeymoon hopping from one incredible eatery to the next. Dreamy. As for culture and history, Vietnam has it in spades; the War Remnant Museum and Cu Chi tunnels are must-visits.

And relax… the coastal town of Nha Trang is home to seemingly endless stretches of palm-tree lined beaches and, with 290 days of sunshine per year, makes for a perfect relaxing stop-off between north and south.

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Original Highlight

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Bicycling around the charming old fashioned town of Hoi An, which is packed full of tailors keen to whip up a silk jacket overnight for you!

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Where to go

Sunrise over Halong Bay

Hanoi & Halong Bay

A holiday to Hanoi, exploring the culture of Vietnam's capital, combines well with a meandering boat tour around the beautiful Halong Bay.

Hanging Lanterns

Hoi An & Hue

The former capital of Hue and the ancient town of Hoi An are two of Vietnam's heritage sites, and some of its prettiest places.

Nha Trang Coastline

Nha Trang Coastline

The capital of Khanh Hoa province in south-central Vietnam, Nha Trang makes an ideal stop-off for a bit of seaside relaxation between the sight-seeing of the country’s north and south

Mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh City & Mekong Delta

The famous Mekong Delta at the southernmost end of Vietnam is not only the country’s main rice basket and fruit garden but also home to Ho Chi Minh City.

Winding Road Through Sapa

Sapa

In the Hoang Lien Mountains, is the picturesque market town of Sapa, a region of beautiful mountain scenery and remote villages inhabited by a variety of hill tribes

Where to stay

Halong Jasmine

Halong Jasmine

Launched in late 2007, the Halong Jasmine is all about attention to detail and quality of design.

M/V Emeraude

M/V Emeraude

The Emeraude cruises amid the scenic beauty of Halong Bay at a stately 10 knots.

Sofitel Metropole

Sofitel Metropole

Built in 1901, the hotel has a rich history, having witnessed the turbulent 20th century history of Vietnam, and occupies a landmark French colonial building next to the Opera House in the heart of Hanoi.

Evason Ana Mandara

Evason Ana Mandara

The Evason Ana Mandara is on a private stretch of white sand near the Tran Phu Boulevard in Nha Trang, the coastal capital of the Khanh Hoa province.

Amanoi

Amanoi

Amanoi is – surprisingly – Aman resorts’ first venture into Vietnam. We say surprisingly because it seems amazing that it took the hotel group until 2013 to jump on the Vietnam bandwagon. They’re playing catch up pretty well, though, as Amanoi sits in an enviable position looking down on the exquisite Vinh Hy Bay.

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

There are a variety of accommodation options to choose from at Six Senses ninh Van Bay, with villas spread along the beach or scattered among the hills and the dramatic rock formations.

Four Seasons Nam Hai

Four Seasons Nam Hai

As well as a stretch of private sandy beach, facilities at the Four Seasons Nam Hai include three swimming pools, tennis, badminton and basketball courts, and a health club with a gym, steam room and sauna.

Halong Ginger

Halong Ginger

Launched in mid 2006, this wooden junk combines old school elegance with modern comfort for the ideal exploration of Halong Bay.

Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa

Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa

The property is situated on a private stretch of beach just three miles from the ancient town of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Bassac River Cruisers

Bassac River Cruisers

The traditional, wooden-built river cruisers Bassac I or Bassac II depart from Can Tho or Cai Be for overnight cruises, navigating some of the many river channels and canals that bisect the delta.

Park Hyatt Saigon

Park Hyatt Saigon

The Park Hyatt Saigon is colonial in style with marble halls and high ceilings, and the ultimate place to stay in Ho Chi Minh City.

Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Hideaway Con Dao sits on a mile long sandy beach surrounded by dramatic mountains and has significantly raised the bar for beachfront properties in Southern Vietnam.

The Majestic

The Majestic

The hotel occupies a five-storey French colonial building on historic Dong Khoi Street, and has witnessed much of Vietnam’s tumultuous 20th century history.

Victoria Sapa Resort

Victoria Sapa Resort

Originally a hill station settled by the French in the 1920’s, Sapa lies at 1,650 metres above sea level in the Hoang Lien Mountains of north-western Vietnam and enjoys a cooler climate than most of the country.

Just wanted to give you a quick report on our trip. In a word..fantastic. Thanks for all your help with logistics for us in England. Transfer to Oxford worked very well and Old Bank Hotel was terrific. We went to Evensong at Christ Church Cathedral...just happened upon it as we were walking around...dinner at Pierre Victoire which was delicious. We had a delightful guide...very knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic.

Barnsley House was wonderful. Room 1.. large and very nice. Had dinner at their pub across the street. Excellent.

We drove to Bath and we toured the city...lovely area....weather was excellent. Very pleased we went to Bath...outstanding city.

Sharon and I were very pleased with all the arrangements and recommendations you made. Your advice was as you say...spot on. We love London and having been there a number of times, we were so pleased to travel to the Cotswolds.

So thanks Louise for all your help.

David

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