Travel to Vietnam Family Style
A perfect destination for unforgettable tours and holidays for your family.
Travel to   Vietnam   Family Style
A perfect destination for unforgettable tours and holidays for your family.
Explore Vietnam with your family
Planning a trip for your family can be tricky sometimes as children, adults, and older members might have different ideas of fun. Therefore, you might be looking for a place where children have space to hang out while adults can enjoy sightseeing or indulging in local cuisines. With Vietnam’s beautiful landscape and numerous family-friendly destinations, there are a lot of options for you to choose from. Read on to discover family-friendly places for a trip the entire family can enjoy.
Check our family-friendly destinations in Vietnam
Whether your family is craving some sunshine by the beach or a cultural travel experience, Vietnam can offer it all.
Catch the clouds and discover the ethnic Sapa
Sapa is an ideal destination for those who long for cooler climate and fresher air. Coming to this mountainous area, your family can visit the spectacular rice paddy fields, trek through the scenic routes of local ethnic villages to reach Fansipan peak, and experience the traditional lifestyle of ethnic minorities. Your family can also explore Fansipan by cable car rides and enjoy the dreamy views of mountains covered by clouds and fog. When you’re not conquering nature, you can visit the local H'mong craftsmen houses, and watch the diligent villagers make traditional handcrafted products, enjoy a folk performance, or try local cuisine. From salmon hot pot, dried buffalo meat, to corn wine, Sapa food scene is one of a kind and you should not miss the chance to experience the special flavors of Vietnam’s northwestern region. Coming to Sapa, your family will certainly see a unique side of Vietnam that cannot be found elsewhere.
Paddle through the magical land of Ninh Binh
100km away from the capital of Vietnam lies the land of Ninh Bình. Filled with dreamy landscapes, magnificent caves, and ancient temples, it’s easy to understand why King Kong’s producers chose Trang An, Ninh Bình as a filming location. We recommend your family to take a boat ride through the land of King Kong, climb Mua cave mountain to catch a panoramic view of stunning nature and listen to unique stories about this magical land. The Trang An grottoes feature 31 valleys and up to 50 cross-water caves – Dark Cave, Light Cave, etc. – along with some relic sites such as numerous small temples, so you have unlimited options to explore the incomparable landscapes. If you are not traveling with a baby or toddler, or are fans of hiking, this trip should be perfect for your family as it’s a combination of breathtaking sightseeing and joyful boat rides. Don’t forget to bring your cameras!
Experience Da Nang gleaming beachtown
As one of the most popular tourist hot spots, Da Nang has a lot to offer. It’s a must-do for visitors to climb up the stairs of Ngu Hanh Son and enjoy the scenic view of Non Nuoc beach. Surrounding the foot of the mountains are the stone craft villages where you can admire the impressive craftsmanship of artists turning stones into spectacular sculptures and statues. You can sign your kids up for lantern-making classes, or roam around the town to eat cao lau – a local noodle dish that can only be made with Hoi An water – or snack on some grilled pork wrapped in rice pancakes in Hoi An ancient town. There's also Tra Que village where kids can learn how to organically grow then harvest vegetables and herbs, and then use them to cook traditional Vietnamese dishes. With all the wonderful places mentioned, no matter who you’re traveling with, Da Nang will always have something to accommodate your needs.
Learn about the rich history of Cu Chi
If your family is looking for a unique outdoor experience, Cu Chi Tunnels is the place to go. The tunnels are located about 60 km to the northeast of Ho Chi Minh City so it’s quite convenient for a one-day trip. Visiting the Cu Chi tunnels, you have the chance to learn more about the rich history while children explore the complicated, yet exciting underground tunnels filled with booby traps and bunkers. You can have a look at how the locals lived, cooked, and fought during the war. And that’s not all for Cu Chi. There’s also a nearby farm where your family can harvest herbs, vegetables, mushrooms, and use them for your cooking class. This excursion will certainly give your family a day packed with all the fun and cool knowledge about Vietnam.
Find the authentic beauty of Mekong Delta
Packed with rich traditions, healthy cuisine, and friendly people, Mekong Delta is another must-go item in the Southern region. Mekong Delta is a developed network of canals and streams where boats, houses, and markets float upon the river. There is a wide variety of activities that your family can do here: visiting a coconut candy workshop, a brick factory to learn how bricks are made from clay, or enjoying a peaceful boat tour through the river canals of endless coconut palms in Ben Tre. Nothing compares to visiting the colorful and bustling Cai Rang floating market and buying fresh produce, as well as chatting with the locals there. There are also local homestays where you can truly have an authentic experience of relaxing on a hammock, learning how to make local Mekong Delta dishes, and trying exotic tropical fruits such as durians or jackfruits freshly picked from the local orchards. The beautiful Delta surely is a mystical paradise for your family to unplug and unwind.
Explore Phu Quoc's stunning beaches
Phu Quoc is always a wonderful choice when it comes to relaxing and spending quality time with your family. Located 45km west of Ha Tien province, Phu Quoc is a paradise island offering fun, family-friendly activities along with unbeatable picturesque beaches. One of the biggest attractions that Phu Quoc currently has is Vinpearl Safari – Vietnam’s largest wildlife conservation park. This is an ideal place for kids to see hundreds of animals, learn about diverse types of trees and flora, and spend time as a family in general. Plus, with its diverse marine life, Phu Quoc is a great destination for snorkeling, diving, and fishing at Halfmoon Reef and Coral Mountain. And that’s not all. The island also features famous fish sauce factories and pepper farms tours where tourists have a closer look at the local life. With a calming atmosphere and snow-white beaches, Phu Quoc is a gem for family retreats.
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VinWonders Across Vietnam
Designed to be recreational centers linked with world-class resorts, Vinpearl Amusement Parks are always great choices for a relaxing and fun family trip. VinWonders are located in three amazing tourist cities: Hoi An, Nha Trang, and Phu Quoc. With all types of entertainment and activities included such as arcades, thrill rides, family rides, water parks, etc., your family will undoubtedly have a ton of options to decide what to do and where to eat. Each location is of course different from one another and designed to fit with the local heritage and dynamic. But trust us, no matter which location you take your family to, there will be incredible activities for everyone, from young kids, adults, to the elderly.
Unique Cultural Shows in: Ha Noi, Hoi An, and Saigon
There are a lot of entertaining cultural shows offered in different cities throughout Vietnam. Therefore, depending on where you’re staying, you can find various art performances that sophisticatedly captivate the beauty and spirit of Vietnamese culture.
- A O Show:the show tells a captivating story of the transition from the peaceful life of the countryside to the fast-paced metropolitan life of modern Southern Vietnam.
- Hoi An Memories Show:the art performance portrays Hoi An’s 400-year-old history featuring traditional costumes, modern staging techniques, lighting technology, and audio effects.
- Water Puppet Shows: the mesmerizing water puppet performance entailed with traditional Vietnamese orchestra and ancient backgrounds will bring you to rural Vietnam life or share Vietnamese folktales.