From nature’s splendour to pulsating cities, Star Cruises makes travelling to Vietnam a wholly new and unique experience for young and old. And that’s on top of world-class entertainment and recreational facilities you can enjoy on the cruise.CHECK AVAILABILITY
Vietnam’s third city has been rapidly shaking off its reputation as a provincial backwater, with stunning waterfront developments, vibrant nightlife and an emerging food scene. Its beautiful beaches remain a huge drawcard for visitors.
There’s no shortage of things to do in the high-octane financial capital. Still frequently referred to as Saigon, HCMC is where hip rooftop bars co-exist with humble street stalls, and men in jogging gear rub shoulders with ladies in the latest European fashions.
This seaside resort on Vietnam’s south central coast has a reputation for being a cosmopolitan party town and a world-class scuba diving destination. Swim in clear, turquoise waters, relax on sweeping stretches of pristine beach or visit the many nearby islands.
According to local legend this region owes its existence to a dragon protector that magically rose against invaders. Hear the tale as you glide through waters, among more than 1,600 limestone isles and pillars that form the mesmerising seascape of Halong Bay.
A fascinating blend of old world charm and Southeast Asian cacophony, Hanoi has its fair share of beautiful colonial architecture and leafy, French-style boulevards, combined with the throbbing energy of a rapidly developing modern Asian city. Make time to explore its famous hawker markets and impressive museums.