With beautiful natural scenery, diverse culture, many quality resorts, and especially affordable tour prices, Vietnam has become a favorite destination for international tourists, including many Thai tourists.
Many tourists from Europe and America also choose Thailand and Vietnam as their destinations in their Southeast Asia trips. Moreover, Thailand is a transit point for many international flights to Vietnam. Therefore, planning a trip to Vietnam from Bangkok, Thailand will help you save time and flight costs while providing a great experience in the two most vibrant countries in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam boasts a variety of regions with different weather patterns, making it a year-round travel destination. Tourists from Singapore can visit Vietnam from May to July for sunny beach vacations or excursions to Halong Bay. However, many Singaporeans prefer to visit Vietnam from December to March when the weather is cooler and various cultural activities are taking place. Read more…
Thai citizens do not need a tourist visa to enter Vietnam because both countries are located in Southeast Asia. Therefore, all you need is to bring your passport when flying from Thailand to Vietnam.
If you are not a Thai citizen and you are only flying from Thailand to Vietnam for tourism, you still need to apply for a Vietnamese visa as required. Applying for a Vietnam tourist visa is very simple as you can do it online and receive the result via email.
There are many direct flights from Thailand to Vietnam, for example flights from Bangkok to Hanoi, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and from Chiang Mai to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City. Some flights, such as from Phuket to Hanoi and Da Nang, often have to go through airports like Bangkok or Hong Kong.
The flight time from Thailand to Vietnam is about 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours with very cheap ticket prices of around $100.
The exchange rate from Thai Baht to the Vietnamese dong is relatively stable, with little fluctuation, common at:
Vietnamese law stipulates that foreign currencies cannot be freely exchanged. So it is the best to go to the banks for money exchange. This is the legal, safe and quick method. However, many gold shops in Vietnam still accept foreign currency exchange. You can ask your tour guide for the location.
Vietnam has many amazing tourist destinations that attract international visitors, with diverse natural landscapes such as mountains, forests, beaches, and caves. If you have about 2 weeks in Vietnam, we suggest 10 must-visit destinations in Vietnam that you should not miss: Hanoi capital, Sapa, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh city, Can Tho, and Phu Quoc. And don’t forget to enjoy the 9 most delicious dishes in Vietnam.
With the useful information we have just provided, it’s easy to plan your trip to Vietnam. If you still have questions about trip planning, don’t worry! We are always here to assist you, to make sure you will have the perfect trip to Vietnam.
The following tour packages are particularly suitable for Thai tourists to explore Vietnam