Find flights to Ho Chi Minh city

Find Vietnam Airlines flights to Ho Chi Minh city from domestic and foreign destinations including Hanoi, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Hue, Phu Quoc, Da Lat , Phnom Penh, Siem Reap Read more...

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Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city $65 $170 vietnam airline
Da Nang to Ho Chi Minh city $40 $95 vietnam airline
Nha Trang to Ho Chi Minh city $40 $80 vietnam airline
Hue to Ho Chi Minh city $42 $90 vietnam airline
Phu Quoc to Ho Chi Minh city $40 $80 vietnam airline
Da Lat to Ho Chi Minh city $40 $80 vietnam airline
Buon Ma Thuot to Ho Chi Minh city $42 $73 vietnam airline
Pleiku to Ho Chi Minh city $35 $80 vietnam airline
Dong Hoi to Ho Chi Minh city $47 $180 vietnam airline
Quy Nhon to Ho Chi Minh city $38 $90 vietnam airline
Tuy Hoa to Ho Chi Minh city $42 N/A vietnam airline
Rach Gia to Ho Chi Minh city $25 N/A vietnam airline
Vinh to Ho Chi Minh city $47 $205 vietnam airline
Ca Mau to Ho Chi Minh city $38 N/A vietnam airline
Con Dao to Ho Chi Minh city $42 N/A vietnam airline
Hai Phong to Ho Chi Minh city $47 $150 vietnam airline
Chu Lai to Ho Chi Minh city $52 N/A vietnam airline
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Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh city $139 $240 vietnam airline
Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh city $170 $245 vietnam airline
Vientiane to Ho Chi Minh city $128 $305 vietnam airline
Beijing to Ho Chi Minh city $115 $255 vietnam airline
BuSan to Ho Chi Minh city $150 $340 vietnam airline
Fukuoka to Ho Chi Minh city $1100 $1500 vietnam airline
Guangzhou to Ho Chi Minh city $225 $430 vietnam airline
Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh city $260 $400 vietnam airline
Kaohsiung to Ho Chi Minh city $310 $425 vietnam airline
Nagoya to Ho Chi Minh city $1100 $1550 vietnam airline
Osaka to Ho Chi Minh city $1100 $1550 vietnam airline
Seoul to Ho Chi Minh city $115 $250 vietnam airline
Shanghai to Ho Chi Minh city $270 $500 vietnam airline
Taipei to Ho Chi Minh city $110 $165 vietnam airline
Tokyo to Ho Chi Minh city $200 $318 vietnam airline
Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh city $160 $275 vietnam airline
Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh city $73 $150 vietnam airline
Singapore to Ho Chi Minh city $235 $395 vietnam airline
Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh city $910 $2050 vietnam airline
Sydney to Ho Chi Minh city $910 $2100 vietnam airline
Frankfurt to Ho Chi Minh city $680 $2250 vietnam airline
Paris to Ho Chi Minh city $425 $925 vietnam airline
Yangon to Ho Chi Minh city $250 $420 vietnam airline
London to Ho Chi Minh city $650 $2950 vietnam airline
Jakarta to Ho Chi Minh city $168 $480 vietnam airline
Moscow to Ho Chi Minh city $265 $650 vietnam airline
Manila to Ho Chi Minh city N/A N/A vietnam airline
Sihanoukville to Ho Chi Minh city N/A N/A vietnam airline

Climate

Ho Chi Minh City's climate is classified as tropical wet and dry, meaning that it is warm all year round and divided into two distinct seasons, the wet season and the dry season, rather than spring, summer, fall and winter. The rainy season lasts from May through October, and the dry season runs from December to April.

Getting into

By Plane: Tan Son Nhat (Tân Sơn Nhất) (IATA: SGN | ICAO: VVTS) is Vietnam's largest international airport. There are two terminals: the shiny, pleasant international terminal which took over all international flights from 2007, and the old but functional domestic terminal 200 metres away. The airport is conveniently located about eight kilometres from the heart of the city. The international terminal used to offer duty free shopping after you landed, but that ended in early 2010 – purchase such items at the airport from which you are departing to visit Vietnam. Both terminals have limited food offerings at high prices once you pass immigration on your outbound journey. Note that airport shops and food outlets past immigration list prices in US-Dollars, and will take your Dong at grossly unfavorable rates. Thus, do not plan on spending any leftover dong at the airport.

Getting around

The best way of all to see Ho Chi Minh City is on foot. Most major tourist venues are in District 1, which is fairly compact and easy to maneuver. Taxis are all metered and very inexpensive. You can get across town for about $2 or $3. Xe om (motorbike taxis, pronounced ‘‘see ohm’’) are even cheaper. Cyclos (pedicabs, pronounced ‘‘see-klos’’) carry only one passenger at a time. They are slow and somewhat uncomfortable, yet more charming and intimate way to experience the pace of modern Ho Chi Minh City. Unfortunately, they are being slowly squeezed out central Saigon by traffic.

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