There are a large number of foreigners visiting Vietnam in spring. Let’s find out why spring in Vietnam is so famous for tourists all over the world.

  1. Best time to visit Vietnam

The best time to visit Vietnam is spring. Generally, it is from February to April. When spring comes, the weather starts warming up. The temperature is getting more pleasant and rainfall is lighter. The average temperature is around 20°C. Visiting Vietnam in spring, tourists can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, the beautiful blue sky, and the warm sunshine. It is truly convenient for traveling.

  • The North: The weather is getting warmer with drizzling rains. The average temperature is around 19°C.
  • The Central: The temperatures and humidity do not change much, but it is just a bit cooler. The temperature in this season is no more than 30°C.
  • The South: The temperatures range from 18°C to 30°C, and as high as 40°C in March and April.
  1. Destinations become more gorgeous

Spring time is the special occasion of development and revival of life. The mild climate of Spring creates favorable conditions for the trees and flowers to grow. In spring you can see all the flowers blooming, especially apricot and peach – the typical spring flowers in Vietnam. All kinds of flowers start to bloom over the entire country. Moreover, in the big city, most of the streets are decorated with colorful lights and flowers.

It is an ideal period for tourists to go sightseeing landscapes of Vietnam as you are able to immerse in the peaceful space and enjoy relaxing moments as well as spectacular scenery. Furthermore, this season is also the great time to visit Vietnam’ beaches because of clear blue water, smooth sand, and the gentle wave. Spring is a perfect time for a lot of activities on the beach such as cruising, diving, sunbathing, and playing beach sports. Also, the seafood is rich.

Some destinations you should visit in spring are Hanoi, Sapa, Hue, Dalat, Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City, and Mekong Delta.



Blossoming flowers in the moutainous areas

  1. Many festivals take place

Spring in Vietnam is the season of festivals. There are a variety of festivals and even held around the country, from mountainous and rural areas to modern cities, lasting until the end of March of the lunar calendar. Additionally, the dates of all festivals in Vietnam are set according to the lunar calendar.

Vietnamese festivals combine ancient religious rituals, lively performances of music and dance, and colorful images from mythology. Besides the spiritual significance of the original source, festivals are a chance for people to become closer and create a strong attachment to one another through community activities. The festival with a long tradition, this is the best opportunity for foreign tourists to learn about the culture of Vietnam.

The festival of each region has its own distinctive features, depending on the cultures and living customs of the people. In the whole country, the North has the most diverse festivals. Unlike the festivals in the North, the festivals in the Central region and the South are related to religion, professions, and places.

Some famous festivals and events of Vietnam in spring are Lunar New Year, Huong Pagoda Festival (Hanoi), Co Loa Festival (Hanoi), Lim Festival (Bac Ninh), Yen Tu Festival (Quang Ninh), and Ba Den Temple Festival (Tay Ninh).

  1. Tips when traveling to Vietnam in spring

If you want to travel to Vietnam during the spring season, you should:

  • Plan and decide which destinations you are going to visit
  • Book your international and domestic tickets of your journey along with your hotel rooms in advance for lower cost.
  1. Vietnam Visa requirement

As an UK citizens, if you want to truly enjoy spring trip in Vietnam for more than 15 days, a Vietnam visa is required. Obtaining a visa to Vietnam from UK will be easy with VOA Vietnam (Vietnam Visa On Arrival). Detailed but simple guide can be found on:

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