Vietnam TravelTraveling with Kids in Vietnam: Tips and Tricks That Work

Kaylin2 years ago16
https://www.vpopwire.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/travel-with-kids-in-vietnam.jpg

If you’re looking for a great place to take your family for some fun and relaxation, Vietnam is a great choice. The country has plenty of different places for tourists of all ages to enjoy, from the bustling city streets of Ho Chi Minh City to the peaceful beaches of Mui Ne. There are also many theme parks and natural wonders to explore, making Vietnam an ideal destination for a family vacation.

camping da lat vietnam

Book Your Dream Vacation in Vietnam
AD Travala – Get the Best Prices on 34,986 Hotels and Accommodations in Vietnam

photo: Dung Anh

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of your trip to Vietnam with your kids:

Choose the right time to travel

The weather in Vietnam can be quite extreme, so it’s important to pick a time of year when the temperatures will be comfortable for your family. The best time to visit Vietnam is between October and April, when the weather is cooler and there is less rainfall.

You Might Also Like »
Exploring Hai Van Pass: Vietnam's Scenic Mountain Pass

Stay in a family-friendly hotel

When you’re traveling with kids, it’s important to find a hotel that caters to families. Look for hotels that offer amenities like kid-friendly pools, babysitting services, and family activities.

Find Cheap Hotels for Any Destination in Vietnam
AD Travala – Get the Best Prices on 34,986 Hotels and Accommodations in Vietnam

Plan your itinerary in advance

Vietnam is a large country with plenty to see and do. To make the most of your trip, it’s important to plan your itinerary in advance and make sure you include activities that everyone in your family will enjoy.

Visit amusement parks

ba na hills danang

photo: Sandip Roy

Vietnam has several amusement parks that are perfect for a family day out. Visit Suoi Tien Theme Park, Dam Sen Water Park, Ba Na Hills or Vinpearl Land to enjoy rides, shows, and games.

Be prepared for culture shock

Vietnam is a very different place from most Western countries, so it’s important to be prepared for culture shock. Be respectful of local customs and traditions, and be patient with language barriers.

You Might Also Like »
Vietnam's Underrated Cities: Hoi An, Gia Lai, Buon Ma Thuot

Have a backup plan

With kids, it’s always important to have a backup plan in case something goes wrong. Make sure you have a list of emergency contacts and know where the nearest hospital in Vietnam is located.

Take your children shopping malls

In any of the major cities, there are plenty of kid-friendly shopping malls that offer a variety of activities for children. These malls usually have play areas, arcade games, and other entertainment options.

Go on a safari

Vietnam is home to many different species of animals, so a safari can be a great way to see some of the country’s wildlife. Visit Cuc Phuong National Park or Cat Tien National Park to go on a safari and see elephants, tigers, and other animals in their natural habitat.

You Might Also Like »
What You Need to Know Before Renting a Motorbike in Vietnam

Explore the city

Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest city and offers plenty of activities for families. Visit the War Remnants Museum, take a tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels, or wander through the Old Quarter to see the city’s colonial architecture.

Relax on the beach

mui ne vietnam

photo: Lena Kudryavtseva

Vietnam has many beautiful beaches where you can relax and soak up the sun. Popular beaches include Mui Ne, Nha Trang, and Phu Quoc.

Whether you’re looking for excitement or relaxation, Vietnam is a great destination for a family vacation. With careful planning and a bit of research, you can make sure your trip is enjoyable for everyone in your family.

lotus-flower Welcome guest, please to earn Lotus Flowers and unlock badges!
  Subscribe  
newest oldest
Notify of
1988TQ
Member

Traveling with kids in Vietnam can be a lot of fun! 😄 It’s important to choose the right time to visit so that the weather is comfortable for everyone. Look for family-friendly hotels that offer amenities like pools and babysitting services to keep the little ones entertained. Planning your itinerary in advance and including activities that appeal to everyone’s interests is a great way to ensure a memorable trip. Remember to be mindful of cultural differences and have a backup plan in case of emergencies. Exploring kid-friendly shopping malls can also provide some entertainment during your travels. Have a fantastic time exploring Vietnam with your family! 🌍✈️👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

SaigonSoul
Member

As a parent, I can definitely relate to the challenges of traveling with kids, but these tips for traveling in Vietnam make it seem like a manageable and enjoyable experience!

mlemmlemz
Guest
mlemmlemz

Travelling with kids can be a challenge, but with these helpful tips and tricks, you can ensure that your family vacation to Vietnam is fun, safe, and unforgettable.

VulpineVoyager9
Guest
VulpineVoyager9

Vietnam is the perfect destination for families with kids looking to explore and have fun, and these tips and tricks are definitely a great help in making the trip more enjoyable!

Starlight32
Member

@VulpineVoyager9 Traveling with kids in Vietnam sounds like a delightful adventure waiting to happen, and these insightful tips and tricks will undoubtedly add an extra layer of joy to our family’s exploration!

CoffeeLover88
Member

If you’re thinking about traveling to Vietnam with your little ones, then this article is a must-read! It offers some great tips and tricks to make sure that your trip is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Remember to pack appropriate clothing for the hot and humid weather and keep your kids safe at all times. With a bit of careful planning, you’ll be able to explore all that Vietnam has to offer while creating unforgettable memories with your family!

FFF1
Guest
FFF1

Traveling with kids can be a daunting task, but the tips and tricks provided in the Vpopwire.com article can make it a breeze. Researching child-friendly and safe places to visit, packing wisely, and being flexible are all great ways to make your trip to Vietnam with your children a success. Just don’t forget to also bring a sense of humor, because let’s face it, traveling with kids can be unpredictable and hilarious at the same time!

tricky
Guest
tricky

It sounds like you have some great advice for traveling with kids in Vietnam – thanks for sharing!

stevienguyen
Guest
stevienguyen

“Traveling with children can be a great experience, but there are a few things you can do to make it more fun and comfortable. Here are some tips and tricks to help you travel with kids in Vietnam.”

Soulie
Member

Traveling with children is very hard. Having done it a few times, you really have to be prepared and have back up plans for back up plans. You also have to be prepared to cancel your own plans in favor of the child. 

WeekendWarriors
Member

@Soulie I completely understand the challenges of traveling with kids, but the joy of experiencing new cultures and making memories together makes it all worth it in the end.

thanhnhan1
Member

Traveling to Vietnam is great. If you have a need to rent a tourist car in Ho Chi Minh City. Please refer to

Thanh Nhan car

rental service.

vietzone
Member

I agree with you on the importance of planning ahead when you’re traveling as a family.

I also think it’s important to keep in mind that you might not have access to all of your usual resources at home, so try to be prepared for the unexpected.

BenjaminNgo
Guest
BenjaminNgo

Hi, I’m a single father of two and I wanted to share some of the tips that work for me when traveling with kids.

1. Bring an iPad or other device with games on it. They can use it in the car or on the airplane to keep themselves entertained.
2. Bring snacks! It’s nice to have something to offer your kids so they don’t get grumpy while waiting in lines or at restaurants.
3. Make sure you have a stroller or carrier for your child. They’ll need somewhere to rest their head when they get tired!

VINAMI
Member

I have only traveled once with children, not my own, and it was HARD. It was a family trip and there were 5 children ages 10 and under. The amount of times plans got ruined from them was off the charts! I like that you shared this guide but I personally would never travel with anyone under the age of 13 again! 

aodaii
Member

I may not have children but I know some friends and family who do and have no idea how to travel with their kids! I am going to share this around. Great guide and helpful tick and tips all around.