Nowhere will your senses be more delightfully assaulted than in Vietnam. A complex, fascinating country, it offers delicious cuisine, natural wonders and a strangely lovable chaos.


Discover our Vietnam ports of call.

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    Hanoi (Halong Bay)

    Think James Bond and sail in a Chinese junk past cliff-islands floating in luminous seas. The 1,000 year-old City of Lakes is a haven for foodies and history buffs alike.

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    Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My)

    Located on the edge of the Mekong Delta, this dynamic metropolis showcases the ageless beauty of an ancient culture. The History Museum houses artefacts from two thousand years of Vietnamese history.

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    Hue/Danang (Chan May)

    The Nguyen Dynasty founded this former capital in the 17th century on the banks of the Perfume River. Today, it is a massive open-air museum of temples, pagodas and palaces.

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    Nha Trang

    This city is indisputably beautiful. Bordered by mountains, the beach traces a long swoop along a bay dotted with islands. Topiary and modern sculptures punctuate the immaculately manicured foreshore.

Vietnam highlights: lively, chaotic and colourful

There’s a sheer lust for life in Vietnam, reflected in everything from the lively goodwill of the locals to the adrenaline-fuelled activities on offer. We can’t wait to introduce you to Vietnam on your next Asia cruise.

Discover every side of this multi-faceted country, from the chaotic capital of Hanoi to the tropical bay of Nha Trang. Enjoy panoramic views of Vietnam’s coastline from the top deck or hop off the ship to immerse yourself in the irresistible ambience of Vietnam.

Our top tips for your Vietnam cruise? Explore the emerald waters of Halong Bay in Hanoi by boat.  And back on land, don’t miss Hanoi’s ancient temples. And try the food! Whether you choose a sit-down restaurant or street food at the markets, the intense flavour combinations and fresh ingredients that are the cornerstone of Vietnamese cooking will wow you. 

Weather & what to pack

For the most part, Vietnam is hot and humid, meaning downpours can be common. If you’re intending to get out and explore, bring light summer layers and a waterproof jacket with a hood to protect yourself from the rain.


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