Hostels in Vietnam

The establishment of Hostels-in-Vietnam website is aimed at meeting the demand of the tourists who are interested in Vietnamese features. In other words, through this website, tourists have opportunities to learn more about typical characteristics of the country. Besides, travel guides are provided for the tourists so that they will have little difficulties in discovering Vietnamese destinations. Indeed, when coming to a region, it will be easier for travelers to find out the unique local food and popular restaurants to enjoy the food; know about interesting activities to be involved in, high-quality hotels with the reasonable price, other kinds of services and so on.


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Dalat Family Hostel

Dalat Family Hostel is located in Dalat city centre, just a 5-minute walk from Linh SonPagoda. With just a 2-minute walk from the local market, the hostel provides simple, budget-friendly accommodation with free Wi-Fi access.
Hanoi Rendezvous Hostel

Saigon Backpackers Hostel

Little Hanoi Hostel

Travel Guides

You will be taking to various places like Minh Mang Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb, Tu Duc Tomb during the morning time. The buffet lunch as selected with the tour package, you will get more than 50 traditional foods to have for lunch while you are in a Hue family tour.

In Vietnam, most of the dynasties were using elephants as their monarchy symbol for many generations. The ancient city Hue was also not an exemption for this rich culture, and this will be more evident when you visit the Voi Re temple.

There are many activities one can do while staying in this ancient city. There are many monuments, tombs scattered around the city, and it will be an unusual experience watching the reminiscent and architectural brilliance.

Hue is an ancient city, located in central Vietnam, known as the seat of the famous Nguyen Dynasty. Hue city was the national capital and existed until 1945. Being an ancient city, Hue has many palaces and shrines that every tourist can visit which offers graceful memories of their stay in the city.

Hai Duong belongs to the Red River Delta in the North of Vietnam. It borders with Bac Ninh, Bac Giang provinces on the north, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh provinces on the east, Hung Yen province on the west, and Thai Binh on the south.