Cheap flights from the US to Saigon with round-trip deals less than $600 are perfect reason to to visit Vietnam. Cheap offer available for flights depart from nine US’ cities including New York and Los Angeles.
Round-trip flights between nine U.S. cities and Saigon starting from just $484 are rolling out by Cathay Pacific, All Nippon Airways and Asiana, three of the world’s top airlines.
The deals are valid for specific dates during September to December, and include the Thanksgiving weekend but not Christmas, according to Condé Nast Traveler, citing Scott Keyes who founded Scott’s Cheap Flights.
Some of the routes include day-long transits in Hong Kong Tokyo, or Seoul, which could be either a burden or a blessing depending on the way you look at it.
The roundtrip prices are: $484 from Los Angeles, $485 from San Jose, $486 from San Francisco, $498 from Seattle, $519 from Chicago, $528 from Honolulu, $547 from New York, $556 from Newark and $595 from Washington, D.C.
Travelers need to book tickets fast if they plan to visit Vietnam since the cheap tickets will probably be gone in two days, as Keyes told the travel magazine.
He said the visitors might have to do some research. Goodle Flights is recommend by him as an easiest way to find date with best airfares. After reducing your travel dates, you can head to Momondo, a popular site with exclusive flight deals, and use those dates to see if you can get a better price.
Americans are among the top foreign visitors to Vietnam. In first 6 months of 2017, number of U.S. visitors increase 9% compare to the same period last year, jumping to 320,200.
Top destination in terms of foreign arrivals in whole country is Saigon. Many tourists favor the combination of a modern shopping mall and a city full of history that can be felt in places like the War Museum and Independence Palace.
The developed and favorable transportation system is also a big part of the city, with many flights and road connects to other popular tourist destinations such as Hoi An, Hanoi, Ha Long Bay and the Mekong Delta.
And for those who want to save money in the country’s most luxurious city, there are not just cheap flights.
Real estate consutancy firm Savills said room rates at the city’s five-star hotels fell 6 percent from a year ago to $117 per room on average in the second quarter.
The city was ranked third on the list of cheapest city for travel by Price of Travel, a travel cost database. Backpackers only need $18.33 a day for meals, beer, a place to stay, public transport and an entrance fee to a top attraction.0