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A 30-Day Vietnam Itinerary for Beginners to See the Best of the Country  


Kaylin
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If you've been considering a trip to Vietnam but don't know where to start, this 30-day itinerary for the country is your answer! In just one month and with only a few hours of travel each day, you'll be able to see some of the most unique and beautiful parts of Vietnam. And while it's not an exhaustive list, this should give you a good taste of what the country has to offer. Here is…

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If this is a trip where you simply want to rest in Vietnam, it makes perfect sense. If you ever come here, call me if you want, I'm not sure I'll come with you but it's good to have a local friend, isn't it? I would be happy to do that.

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@thanhthu162 you'd make a great local guide.

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Please contact me when you come to Vietnam

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This is helpful! I like how you start off in Saigon where it's the most foreigner-friendly and Westernized city in Vietnam. My itinerary would include Da Lat and skip Hue.

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yes this is why I mentioned you can swap out any stop you wish. I also recommend Da Lat and Phu Quoc if you're not interested in the war history of Vietnam.

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It's been so long since I've returned to Vietnam. This post makes me want to plan for my trip. Thanks Kaylin! 😘

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Such a wonderful plan. I should send to my friend because he wanna travel to VN but still not know clearly about how to make a plan. Thank youu.

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Thanks! I would appreciate it if you sent your friend the link to this article. When planning the trip within Vietnam, it's a good idea to consider the costs and budget accordingly.

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I can't wait to go back. I might give this a try! I have to make sure I have 30 days though. The last time I went to Vietnam, I was only able to stay 10 days. It was not enough to enjoy everything!

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I like your itinerary! You'll get to see a lot of Vietnam in just 30 days.

Some things to keep in mind as you're planning:
- Make sure you leave time to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. There's no rush, and you'll want to soak up the culture and atmosphere when you can.
- If there are any places or activities that interest you in particular, make sure to add them into your schedule.
- As always, be prepared for unexpected delays or changes in plans. Things don't always go according to plan when traveling, so be flexible.
I hope you have a great trip!

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