Spooktober ended, how about going somewhere in November? How about somewhere in Vietnam? If you find yourself here on November 20, you might witness the Vietnamese Teacher’s Day (Ngày Nhà giáo Việt Nam). Students prepare poems, snacks, flowers and art for the parties held at their schools or visit teachers at their homes to offer flowers and small gifts, so you might meet them all dressed-up nicely holding flowers while you discover some of the places below.
Why did we pick them? Well, the temperature in these places goes down after a hot summer and there is less rain. Remember, there is not a bad time to visit our beautiful country, these are just our top 5 picks. In general:
Northern Region (Sapa, Cat Ba Island) – Less rain and temperature comes back to warmer but not summer-crazy hot and sweaty weather aka 20°-24°C (68°-75°F)
Central Region – The Biggest chance of getting wet. This region is the most affected by the monsoons during the hot & wet season. Temperatures range from 20°C-25°C (68°F-77°F). Consider this while booking your dates. With climate change, you never know. You might get lucky but better safe (and dry) than sorry, right? Still, if you find yourself here and it rains, there are many things to do. Just browse our menu!
Southern Region (Mekong Delta, Mui Ne, Phu Quoc) – There is a possibility of short rainfalls in the late afternoons but still high temperatures 30°C (86°F)
Now, take a look now at our top 5 spots in Vietnam in November: