Vietnam Luxury Travel
At the edge of southeast Asia, beautiful Vietnam holds many treasures for the luxury traveler. From the bustling cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh to the arresting nature of Halong Bay with its unforgettable limestone stacks, visitors to Vietnam will find themselves constantly spoiled for choice.
If you use MC Luxury Travel Group as your guide to the region, your accommodation options and experiences will be perfectly tailored to you and your luxury travel desires. Feeling the urge for an action-packed city trip, serene nature voyage or solitary day on the beach? Whatever you’re after, MCLTG will work hard to put together the perfect Vietnamese itinerary for your time in the country.
Planning Your Luxury Vietnam Holiday is Easy
Working with MCLTG to plan your Vietnam getaway is easy. No matter how long you want to travel for or who you want to adventure with, we’ll make sure that your trip to Vietnam exceeds your expectations in every respect.
All you have to do is fill out the form on this website and a local travel expert will contact you. From there, we can make all your dreams come true with our three levels of luxury service: Gold, Platinum, and Titanium.
The former French colony of Vietnam has modernized rapidly since the end of the Vietnam War, with the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh representing bustling, vibrant Southeast Asian capitals.
Outside the cities, however, luxury travelers to Vietnam find ageless traditions still practiced amongst the locals. It had a cuisine that is renowned the world over, peerless natural spaces, secluded wild mountains, and perfect beaches with resorts for your relaxation and enjoyment.
There is no shortage of things to see and do in this country. Planning a holiday there with MCLTG will ensure that you find yourself in exceptional circumstances and experience the best the country has to offer.
MCLTG are experts at organizing luxury holidays to Vietnam and throughout your experience with us, from the planning stage to the culmination of your trip, you will enjoy family-like service while our experts ensure that you’re in the best accommodations and enjoy the finest services and dining to make your trip truly engaging and memorable.
Where to stay with us
From high-end hotel chains to bespoke colonial retreats, you can find luxury accommodation in all of Vietnam’s big cities, wild spaces, mountains, and beaches.
Where to Go
Any luxury travel to Vietnam must include the north and south of the country as well as the cities, rural areas, mountains, beaches, and jungles.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
This is the financial capital of Vietnam, and where travelers will find classic French colonial architecture alongside modern skyscrapers.
Vietnam’s capital is where modernity, colonialism, and ancient traditions mix together, creating an enticing and exciting city.
Travelers find Da Nang halfway between Vietnam’s two main cities and like to use the city as a place to enjoy the nearby beaches.
This is a beautifully preserved port town, where indigenous Vietnamese structures exist alongside colonial architecture. There is no airport or train station, so access by road is the only way to get there.
Phu Quoc Island
Visitors to Phu Quoc Island enjoy cruises, pristine beaches, wildlife, national parks, traditional villages, and high-end beach resorts.
Nha Trang is Vietnam’s riviera. With an abundant coastline, you’ll have access to beachside resorts, marine life, water activities, and plenty of seafood fine-dining.
Ha Long Bay
Unbelievably beautiful Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO world heritage site with over 1500 limestone islands throughout the bay and abundant wildlife.
There is no real bad time to visit Vietnam. Though monsoons deliver tropical storms throughout the region, the north and the south experience separate monsoon seasons.
When the Northern Hemisphere (NH) is experiencing winter, Vietnam has rather agreeable weather. This makes it a great cold-weather break. Meanwhile, during NH springtime (February through to April), the region is known to have less rainfall.
In the north of the country and in the mountains there can be colder weather during the winter months. The slightly lower temperatures in these areas don’t make it a bad time to visit, but prudent travelers will bring something warm to wear.
Before you Go
Visa and passport requirements
Travelers can travel for 30 days through Vietnam on a tourist visa, which can be applied for online and picked up at the airport on arrival.
For the most part, there are no major health concerns for travelers in Vietnam, especially in the cities and high-end resorts along the travelers’ trail. However, there is malaria in rural areas, and dengue in the cities, so consult medical advice about the precautions to take.
There are sporadic outbreaks of measles, and typhoid can also be an issue in some areas, so vaccination is advised. Rabies can be spread by infected animals, so treat any interactions seriously.
Travelers may contract diarrhea from poorly prepared food, but this will not be such an issue in tourist areas. Heatstroke and sunburn can be problematic in the warmer months.
Vietnam is a very safe country for travelers. Thanks to the local police’s control of the area, scams and petty theft are present but rare.
There are lots of unexploded ordnance around the country, left over from the Vietnam War, so make sure you stick to marked paths and pay heed to warning signs.
The roads are especially chaotic, so if you do decide to drive yourself, or hire a motorbike, be aware that most injuries to travelers occur on Vietnam’s roads.
Customs and etiquette: for the most part, the Vietnamese are modest people, and travelers should dress modestly and avoid public displays of affection. Outbursts of anger are frowned upon and will not be received well by locals.
There is a reverence given to older people, so be sure to greet them respectfully, and if dining with Vietnamese people let them dine first. The head is sacred in Vietnam, so avoid touching people there. Additionally, try not to point at people, as it’s considered rude.
Mealtimes: breakfast is generally eaten before 9 am and is savory. The first meal of the day often includes items like noodles, soup, and BBQ pork.
Lunch is typically eaten quickly by locals. It will generally consist of a snack box with rice, vegetables, and protein. Alternatively, you might find a bahn mi or other baguette filled with vegetables and meat.
A typical Vietnamese dinner is shared between family members, and consists of a central bowl of steamed rice and various vegetable dishes, meats, and is eaten off of the floor. Some dishes that travelers must try in Vietnam include pho soup, banh xeo pancakes, and goi cuon spring rolls.