Snag First Class Flight Deals to Vietnam
First Class to Hanoi For History, Recreation & Architecture
A heady mixture of Southeast Asian, French and Chinese cultures, Hanoi is a prime Vietnamese destination. The city’s Old Quarter, or Hoan Kiem, is especially rich in old French Colonial architecture. With a history that dates back 1,000 years, you’ll see all sorts of buildings here. This historic city center is still bustling with commerce. You can grab a bite to eat from a street vendor while you’re wandering the very busy streets. Visit a Buddhist temple and pagoda. Pop into the National Museum of Vietnamese History and Hanoi Opera House. Admire Hoan Kiem Lake. Enjoy Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre. There’s more to see in the Old Quarter and outside the Old Quarter too. There’s Văn Miếu, or the Temple of Literature, and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. There’s recreation galore at West Lake and a wealth of education at Vietnam Museum of Revolution. To relish all of Hanoi’s abundant sites, book discounted first class tickets to Noi Bai International Airport.
First Class Tickets for Waterfalls and Pagodas in Da Lat
Many world cities carry the nickname “City of Eternal Spring,” but few are as delightful as Da Lat. This mountainous city in the southern central part of Vietnam is full of charm and character. You’ll find sweet little coffee houses and an appealing French Quarter. This French Quarter, near the city center, is home to a variety of vintage French villas and gardens. Vietnam’s final emperor, Bao Dai. made his summer home in Da Lat in the early 20th century. Today, Bao Dai’s Summer Palace is a popular site to learn about the country’s royal heritage. Hang Nga Guest House, or the Crazy House, is an entirely different experience. The architecture of irregularly shaped windows and unusual form defies description. Even so, it’s well worth a visit to explore the house’s tunnels and concrete figures. Da Lat is most famous, though, for its incredible waterfalls. Datanla Waterfalls are fun-filled with a mini roller coaster archery range. Prenn and Pongour falls are also beautiful. Area pagodas are also interesting sites to visit. Take a gondola up to Truc Lam Pagoda for gorgeous views of the city. You can see these awe-inspiring sites for yourself when you book first class flights to Lien Khuong Airport.
Book First Class Seats to Relish Nha Trang Beaches
On the southern coast of Vietnam, Nha Trang is beloved for its long beach and vibrant sea. Resorts, restaurants and shops populate the beach’s nearby promenade, so there are plenty of oceanfront activities. The locale is also popular for diving, sailing and enjoying nearby waterfalls. As an urban area, the city offers a number of cultural attractions. Visit National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam and Po Nagar Tower. Tour Long Son Pagoda and Thanh Dien Khanh Fortress. You can take a cable car across the ocean to the nearby island of Hon Mieu. There, you’ll find the popular Vinpearl Resort, home to an amusement park, water park and a shopping mall. The Tri Nguyen Aquarium is also located on the island. If you practice meditation or yoga, Nha Trang is ideal. Many sessions of each are held on Tran Phu Beach, Hon Mieu Island and other locations. Fresh seafood is also bountiful here and restaurants are abundant, so dining in Nha Trang is delightful. To reach Nha Trang, book last minute first class flights to Seoul, South Korea. Then take a connecting flight to Cam Ranh Airport near Nha Trang.
Revel in First Class Seats to Ho Chi Minh City
Once known in the Western world as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City still bears marks from its war-era days. If this historical period interests you, visit Reunification Palace and the War Remnants Museum. Reunification Palace was once known as Independence Palace. It’s the famous site of the North Vietnamese tank bursting through the gate to end the war. You can also take a day trip out to the Cu Chi Tunnels where North Vietnamese military forces operated. Ho Chi Minh City has many other amazing cultural, religious and historic sites. Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica is fascinating, and Saigon Central Post Office’s architecture is incredible. Some of the city’s notable pagodas include Quoc Tu, Giác Lâm and Vĩnh Nghiêm. If modern entertainment is more your style, Ho Chi Minh City doesn’t disappoint. There are several amusement parks and water parks in and near town, and shopping is plentiful. You can travel to Ho Chi Minh City in style by booking discounted first class seats to Tan Son Nhat Airport.