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6 best places for Chinese to visit in Vietnam in Autumn

For Chinese visitors who intent to travel to Vietnam in autumn, there are typically some places that worth discovering in this season, to enjoy the beauty of the fall in Vietnam. Here we suggest some destinations and things to explore when coming to those places, for a good preparation for your upcoming trip to this charming nation!

Before you go: Please note that all Chinese citizens need a valid visa to enter Vietnam. Of 3 current options for getting Vietnam visa for Chinese, visa on arrival is considered the most convenient. See its full process here.

Hanoi among great destinations in Vietnam in Autumn

The autumn has come to Hanoi so gently with perfect scene that you have ever been witnessed before this season. Because of a bit cold weather, you should wear a light jacket when going out in the early morning and late at night to keep your body warm and enjoy some local fall specialties as young green rice or we call “cốm”. When the autumn comes, visitors will be intrigued by Hanoi’s charming, fascinated by Hanoi’s charisma and captivated by Hanoi’s scenery.

Hanoi among the best places for Chinese to visit in Autumn

Hanoi among the best places for Chinese to visit in Autumn

Ha Giang also among the best to visit in Autumn in Vietnam

In the early time of autumn, another place that you should put in your list to visit is Ha Giang, with the paddy fields start ripening and the yellow colors cover all the hills. Or when you come around September, in the late of autumn, you will see the vast pink color of Buckwheat flowers – the famous ones known as specialty of Ha Giang.

Moc Chau and Son La

When the fall is coming with the cool squeeze and great weather, it will bring Moc Chau the immense fields of white cauliflower start to blossom and green color of tea stretches along hills, which alluring most of people arriving here. Moc Chau always attracts travelers every season in the year, especially in the fall with a different beauty making tourists admired and satisfied.

Sapa and Lao Cai

For those who love to go sightseeing and enjoy the beauty of nature, Sapa and Lao Cai is not a bad choice, especially in the fall, with the distinct beauty of terraced fields that have a lovely yellow flower and precious medicinal plants as “tam that” (a kind of bulbous aralia), amomum, anise, and goldthread enter their season. Exclusively, most of the travelers coming to Sapa will be attract by the beauty of sunlight and cloud covering the hills and trees that made the scenery become charming than ever!

Sapa is also highly recommended for Chinese to visit in Vietnam - Vietnam visa

Sapa is also highly recommended for Chinese to visit in Vietnam


When the weather touches the autumn, the wonderful area of highland just becomes alluring and much more romantic like in the picture. All of the hillsides have been fully covered with glamorous flowers and evergreen pine forests. SO this is the best time to explore the city of “thousands of flowers” in the fall covering season. Apart from the severe sun and the wind in Central or the tropical climate in South, Dalat always remains the temperate climate all the year.

Ha Long Bay

The cool weather of autumn give all the tourists a great chance to witness the particular elegance of the world heritage site, Ha Long Bay. Through the cooler days of autumn, the clear blue sky and glistening emerald water on the lake impress most people who traveling on the boat trip here. Don’t miss the great opportunity to discover the fall in Ha Long!

Halong Bay in Vietnam - Vietnam visa for Chinese

Halong Bay in Vietnam

In a word, it is the smart choice to explore Vietnam in the fall as the climatic features in this season should be enough to lure tourists to visit Vietnam every year. You definitely will have great ambiance and memories after your visit to Vietnam in the beautiful autumn.


What Chinese should know before travelling Vietnam

According to General statistics office, the number of total international tourist to Vietnam is increasing every month by Chinese visitors. In addition, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism also state that 2.5 million Chinese tourists visited last year to Vietnam. Therefore, It is said that Vietnam now become much the favorite destination of Chinese tourist.

How to get Vietnam Visa in China

The first requirement for Chinese citizen planning to Vietnam is obtain Vietnam visa in advance. No matter what your purpose is, Vietnam visa is required for all Chinese passport holders to enter Vietnam. At present, Vietnam visa on arrival is the easiest and quickest way to get your visa, but you may only do so if traveling through Vietnam international airports. All procedure is complete online with fixed fee and processing time, you can go online to get specific information.

Where to visit

After your entry visa has already been prepared, you should make list of the most suitable and best activities to experience during your trip in Vietnam. Following are the most attractive destinations in Vietnam for your reference.

Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City may be the most famous cities in Vietnam. While Hanoi is an ancient city which had been established and developed for almost 1,000 years since 1010, Ho Chi Minh City is the bustling largest city and the economic central of Vietnam. Travelling Ho Chi Minh, you can explore many lakes, parks, shady boulevards and more than 600 temples, pagodas in the charming Vietnamese capital, whereas visiting Ho Chi Minh City will bring you an difference experience through many places like the War Remnants Museum, Jade Emperor Pagoda, Ben Thanh Market, etc.


Beauty of one corner of Ho Chi Minh

Another attractive city is Hoi An which is one of the 10 best cities for travelling in Asia by Smart Travel Asia. Hoi An is located on the central Vietnamese coast which still retains an old world ambience and a rich historical quality and be the fusion of international culture of Vietnamese, Chinese, French and Japanese. There are three world Heritage sites around Hoi An: Hue Imperial citadel, My Son ruin Temples, Phong Nha Cave. Travelling Hoi An, you will experience a  fresh and beautiful environment with great seafood along the beach.
On your trip to Hoi An, you can visit two other beautiful cities nearby: Hue and Da Nang. There are a lot of famous historic sites in Hue, especially those that are UNESCO World Heritage designated such as the ornate Imperial Citadel, colorful Thanh Toan Bridge, royal tombs and the Forbidden Purple City and Hue Jungle Crevice. In Da Nang, visitor can explore the limestone vanes and Buddhist grottos of the Marble Mountains and a variety of tasty street food.
Above are some recommended destination for those who have a plan to travel Vietnam. Besides, Vietnam still has many other attractions such as Da Lat, Nha Trang, Sapa, etc. Hope that you will find the best and most suitable place to visit in Vietnam.



Traveling to Vietnam from China, all things you need to know

Vietnam is one of the most visited countries for Chinese citizen in recent years. While information about the weather, geography and hot spots can easily found on internet, here are more details of useful tips about currency, safety tips, and social etiquette you need to know about travelling in Vietnam.

Vietnam Visa for Chinese

Before you visit Vietnam, obtain Vietnam visa is required for all Chinese passport holders regardless of length of their stay in Vietnam. To saving time and money, travelers can apply for Vietnam visa on arrival through with some simple steps. Please visit website to get specific information about the procedure, processing time and fee.

Best time to travel

Between January and March, the weather is characterized by cool and occasional light rain in the North, warm and dry in the Central and the South.

April to June is an unpredictable time, as the season transforms from spring to summer. From June to early September is a wet and hot period. It does not sounds like an ideal condition to travel, but for beach and sun lovers, they cannot find a better time to visit Vietnam than this.

From Mid-September to December or March to April is dry season, the mild temperature will make the trip even more enjoyable with sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Transportation in Vietnam

Taxi and motorbike taxi (xe om) are popular for moving around. If you choose to travel by taxi, please be noted that cabs are metered to avoid scam. With motorbike taxis, you should bargain hard to get the best deal. At present, Uber and Grab is also very common for its convenience.

Aside from taxis, you can find public transportations such as cyclos, local buses and minibuses as well as sleeper buses and trains for long distance travels.

Another interesting way to discover Vietnam is driving by yourself. you will need an International Driving License to rent a car or motorbike.


Bike & motorbike are 2 most popular transportation

Money Matters

Currency: US$1 = VND 22,000 (estimated)

ATMs is widely used all over Vietnam and allows visitors who own international cards with English instructions as well as several languages. Visa and MasterCard is also accepted in most major hotels and restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

Bargaining is necessary, especially tourists who tend to be charged more than locals. You will get better price as long as your bargaining are polite.

Tipping is not necessary, but always appreciated if you are satisfied with service.

Keep contact in Vietnam

SIM cards with popular brands such as MobiFone, Viettel and Vinaphone is used to contact with other. You can by SIM cards at the airport or convenience stores and register the number by presenting your passport.

Customs and Etiquette

When visiting Buddhist pagodas, short dress and impolite clothes are not allowed. Donations to the upkeep of temples are welcomed but not expected. Before photographing people or places of worship, please ask for permission.

Traffic in Vietnam is quite chaos, especially Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in rush hours, so be very careful when driving and crossing the roads. In case of an emergency, you can call dial 113 (police/ security), 115 (ambulance), or 116 (phone number enquiries).

Overall, there are many exciting things waiting you to discover, so if you want to travel this enchanting Vietnam, feel free to contact us through Hotline +84. 946.583.583 or email us at [email protected]