If your family prefers an active journey, there are various activities at each destination throughout Vietnam which are suitable for your family, even for the little kids. Settle your seat and start to explore hustling and bustling Hanoi Old Quarter on entertaining cyclo tours
. Let your mind freely immerse in the stunning mountainous beauty in Ninh Binh
or rustic scenery of the countryside in Mekong Delta
through enjoyable boating tours
. Almost accommodations in Ninh Binh offer bicycles for free. Don’t hesitate to take a biking tour
passing through lush green paddies in Tam Coc with your kids, or else, Mai Chau or Hoi An Ancient Town
is also other enchanting destinations for biking and culture exploring activities.
If Halong Bay
is one of the favourite destinations in your Vietnam Family Holidays
is an iconic experience that your family should not miss here. Just put on life-jacket and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Heritage Site while paddling. You’d better let your kids sit at the front seat for easier control as well as safety assurance. If you’re interested in indigenous culture in remote mountainous areas, short hiking to tribal villages
, Mai Chau
or Ha Giang
is an outstanding experience that your family can have a quick look at the local life in Vietnam’s Highlands. Caving in Vietnam also offers a large offer for your family from easy to hard levels. The most common caving activities
in Vietnam are included in Halong Bay Cruises
packages or located in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh Province
. Besides exploring the hidden world inside these attractive caves, several outdoor activities
such as zipline, kayak, swimming are also available in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.
Besides the above fascinating activities, the authentic life in Vietnam’s countryside
is always the top-choice experience that almost any family expects to have in their Vietnam Tours
. Your family will have a chance to become real locals with a trip joining daily floating markets
in Mekong Delta
, traditional classes with artisans
by learning how to make specialities in craft villages or learn how to be a real farmer
with funny water buffalo riding. There are not only remarkable memories of your Vietnam trip but also Asian cultural lessons for your family.
4. Everyone in your family will love Vietnam Cuisine
With a stunning culinary art
, Vietnam is a paradise for any cuisine buff. Offering an abundance of fresh, fragrant and palate-pleasing flavours
in each speciality stretching from the North to the South, your family will definitely fall in love with a wide range of local food here. From street vendors
selling snacks or tropical fruits to common restaurants
offering various kinds of local noodles or other street food and stylish restaurants
with elegant design and décor, all these Vietnam food are the combination of taste, flavour, and talent crafted by Vietnamese people. Local food in Vietnam is well-known to be both healthy and easy to digest
, hence it’s not troublesome to your kids when they try some new dishes here.
There are many interesting activities that help your family explore cuisine culture in Vietnam. Street food tours
are available in main tourist hubs such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang or Hoi An Ancient Town. Your family can also revise numerous volunteering tour guide organizations
in these cities which are mainly groups of dynamic teenagers
or young people
to set up an enjoyable street food journey along with your kids. Besides, as Vietnamese food is great, traditional cooking classes
are also a fascinating experience that your children can learn how to make several common Vietnamese dishes. Both you and kids, let’s try your hand at making a few and your family will be surprised at your delicious creations!
Even when your family would love to explore Vietnam Cuisine
by yourselves, it’s also easy to find a great stop to try local specialties here. Be ready for awaiting to have a signature Vietnam Bread
– “Banh mi”
– in Hoi An, a bowl of hot Pho
or a hearty tray of Bun Cha
in Hanoi, a delightsome plate of Com Tam (broken rice)
or bowl of Hu Tieu
in Saigon, or just stop by a random cafeteria and enjoy local Vietnamese Coffee
. If any member in your family has special dietary requirements, just take note and staff will adjust ingredients to be suitable for your meal.