Explore Vietnam on your next private jet charter
Vietnam is a dream of a destination. From the moment your private charter flight to Ho Chi Minh City touches down, you’ll be transported to a country filled with incredible sights, sounds, food and people.
Tan Son Nhat is the largest airport in the country, but your private air charter would be equally welcome at any of the 12 international airports.
Start your trip to South East Asia at the largest city, Ho Chi Minh – formerly Saigon. Though not the country’s capital it’s the perfect base for your explorations.
And you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation. Check into the tried and tested luxury of the Park Hyatt with its 245 rooms, including 23 suites. The suites in particular are guaranteed to help you unwind with their separate living room, as well as curated oil paintings and hand-made luxury furnishings.
If you prefer a less public place to rest your head, then book a private villa, complete with swimming pool and conditioned rooms.
After you’ve checked in, why not head for a stroll around the city and acquaint yourself with some of the key sights?
Sights like the stunning Saigon River that cuts a path through the city. Formerly colonised by the French, there are plenty of clues to its colonial past in the architecture and street design.
Discover the Reunification Palace, a grand government building and the site of the Fall of Saigon in 1975, which ended the Vietnam War.
Foodies can take a private tour of the labyrinthian streets and the rich history of Vietnamese food, sampling, of course, the traditional Pho – a noodle dish often with a choice of meat and broth.
History buffs will be fascinated with the Cu Chi Tunnels, an underground maze of tunnels used by the Viet Cong to wage war.
Ho Chi Minh is also famous for its fabulous nightlife and if you’re looking for restaurants that tick all the boxes for cuisine and atmosphere, you’re in luck.
Try Hoi An Sense, serving classic Vietnamese in a modern way and attracting a host of world leaders over its 20-year reign.
For a more intimate experience book into 3G Trois Gourmands which, as its name suggests, is one of the finest French dining experiences in the city.
Established by French native, Gils, a former sommelier, you can dine in the lush tropical garden or head inside and marvel at the impressive décor in this former colonial house.
Once you’ve explored this fascinating city, why not make Hanoi your next destination and spend time in the country’s capital, sharing many of its French characteristics with Ho Chi Minh City.
You’ll find incredible architecture and the famous Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long. This incredible set of buildings and former seat of power is classified a UNESCO World Heritage Site and well worth a visit.
In terms of weather, the best time to visit this fascinating country is out of monsoon season. For the north and south of the country this means heavy rainfall between May and October, with the central area experiencing the same conditions from September to January.
Grab a private charter and start your adventures in Vietnam, the intriguing city you’ll never forget.