Travellers Can Now Fly Directly From Mumbai To Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City

by Sanmita A
Travellers Can Now Fly Directly From Mumbai To Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam is turning into the hottest destinations in Asia for travellers worldwide. It has top UNESCO sites, national parks, islands, and picturesque countryside. And to make travelling easier for Indians, Vietjet has introduced direct flights from the Mumbai airport to Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. Vietjet is the only airline that operates these direct flights.

Mumbai To Vietnam Flights Will Operate Four Times In A Week

Being the first and only airline to operate direct flights from Mumbai to Phu Quoc, Vietjet will run the round trip flights four times a week, starting this September. Currently, Vietjet is running four flights per week from Mumbai to Ho Chi Minh and three flights per week to Hanoi.

Vietnam_1How Does This Help Tourists

With direct flights, tourists can reach Vietnam’s best tourist destinations like Phu Quoc, Nha Trang, Danang and others very easily. Moreover, it will only enhance the travelling experiences of tourists between Vietnam and India (Mumbai). Vietjet introduced flights from Delhi to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

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Best Tourist Spots In Vietnam

Vietnam is filled with beautiful spots which are a sight to behold for tourists and travellers. However, if you are a first-time visitor to the city, you should see the UNESCO heritage sites, beaches, architecture, trek, and alṣo spend some time at the museum.

Best Time To Visit Vietnam

You have to avoid the summers if you want to visit Vietnam. And, the time from October to December is believed to be the best time to visit the place. However, you can also opt to visit the hills near Vietnam during the summers. It will be quieter, in the sense, that there will be lesser crowd during the summers in Vietnam.

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