Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City Highlights
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Let’s start from the North of Vietnam. Hanoi, Hai Phong, Ha Long Bay, Sapa and other Vietnamese northern provinces are at their most unique when the time comes to the end of year – from November to February.
Glorious sun often prematurely descends giving way to early dark so that the weather may be quite cold and sometimes even bitterly cold due to the some sudden rainfall. An in-advance preparation of warm clothing, jackets may be needed.
Come to those destination at the end of January and beginning of February, one may have once-in-a-lifetime chance to immerse in Vietnam’s most culturally important festival – Tet Holiday, appreciating the local tradition and way of life. However, tourists still can visit those places in other time period, there will be fantastic swimming and kayaking in Ha Long Bay for summer and a fresh sensation of blackboard tree’s unique perfume when the autumn comes by Hanoi.
Move on to the central part of the country. The tourist attractions here includes Hoi An, NhaTrang, Hue and Da Nang.Abundant rainfall and downpour from September through December may be the only factor staving tourists off visiting the central region.
However, the situations are not that serious, the sky will still be blue and high, birds still singing, and the sun still warmly welcoming. Even in the worst case in which flooding is happening in the area, one visits the central at this time will find the experience adventurous and uncanny.
Here we go to the southern part. There are only two seasons in southern Vietnam: rainy season starts from May to the end of October, dry season starts from November to April. People call it the rainy season because it rains quite a lot during the season.
Nevertheless, one unique thing is that the rain only lasts for a short amount of time and do not last for long. In general, the weather is quite hot and humid yet getting cooler when night falls and it will not prevent you from enjoying your sightseeing.
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