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Find cheap flights to Vietnam from $185

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Hanoi
Hanoi2 stops$484
Da Nang
Da Nang2 stops$438
Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc3 stops$606
Nha Trang
Nha Trang1 stop$513
Hue
Hue1 stop$701
Dalat
Dalat1 stop$664
Haiphong
Haiphong1 stop$857
Dong Hoi
Dong Hoi1 stop$953
Con Dao
Con Dao1 stop$1,283
Thanh Hoa
Thanh Hoa1 stop$967

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December

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Flight from Perth to Ho Chi Minh City

FAQs - booking Vietnam flights

  • Which airport should I fly into if I'm visiting Da Nang?

    If you are planning to visit Da Nang, Vietnam, you should fly into Da Nang International Airport. It is the airport serving the city and is located only about 3 km from the city centre, making it an easy option for travellers.

  • What are convenient options for flights to Vietnam from Queensland, Australia?

    There are several airlines that offer flights from Queensland to Vietnam, including Vietnam Airlines, Qantas, Jetstar and AirAsia. Some possible departure airports from Queensland for flights to Vietnam include Brisbane Airport (BNE) and Cairns Airport (CNS), depending on the airline and travel dates. Most of these flights are direct, with the exception of AirAsia, which offers flights from Brisbane to Ho Chi Minh City with a stopover in Kuala Lumpur (KUL).

  • Which airport is close to the Con Dao Islands, Vietnam?

    The airport close to Con Dao Islands, Vietnam, is Con Dao Airport (VCS). If you are flying from Australia, you will likely arrive in Ho Chi Minh City and then take a domestic flight to Con Dao Airport, on Con Son Island, via a domestic airline such as Bamboo Airways or Vietnam Airlines.

  • Which holidays may affect flights to Vietnam?

    The Tet Nguyen Dan holiday, which is Vietnam's Lunar New Year celebration, may affect flights to Vietnam. During Tet, many businesses and government offices in Vietnam shut down, and travel within the country can be heavily impacted due to high demand for flights, limited availability and increased travel costs. Travellers should plan accordingly and book flights early to avoid potential disruptions or difficulties.

  • Which Vietnam airport is closest to Hoi An?

    Hoi An is a city in Vietnam that is well-known for its ancient town. While Hoi An has no airport, the best airport for tourists travelling here is the Da Nang International Airport (DAD) that is situated in the neighbouring city, Da Nang. You will need to travel by road from the airport to Hoi An as there are also no trains travelling here. Visitors can expect an estimated travel time of 48min from the Da Nang International Airport (DAD) to the city of Hoi An.

  • I’m travelling to Vietnam to visit Halong Bay. Where should I fly to?

    Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) is situated 30 km from Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Travellers who arrive with the intention of heading to Halong Bay usually spend a day exploring the bustling main city and travel to Halong Bay the following day. The capital city boasts architecture that is centuries old and offers tourists a rich cultural experience.

  • Do I need a visa to travel to Vietnam?

    Australian citizens that are travelling to Vietnam for tourism or business purposes will require a valid passport as well as a visa. You will need to arrange your visa before your departure. Alternatively, you will be able to obtain an approval letter to receive your visa upon arrival, although, it is best to obtain a visa before your Vietnam venture.

  • Can I fly direct to Vietnam?

    There are some direct flights from Australia to Vietnam’s main airports from major cities in Australia such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth.

  • How long is the flight to Vietnam?

    An average direct flight from Australia to Vietnam takes 19h 20m, covering a distance of 10662 km. The most popular route is Melbourne - Ho Chi Minh City with an average flight time of 8h 25m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Vietnam?

    The cheapest ticket to Vietnam from Australia found in the last 72 hours was $247 one-way, and $364 round-trip. The most popular route is Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $397.

  • Which airlines fly to Vietnam?

    VietJet Air, Vietnam Airlines & Cambodia Angkor Air fly the most frequently from Australia to Vietnam.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Vietnam?

    The next most popular destinations are Hanoi (13%) and Da Nang (9%). Searches for flights to Phu Quoc (1%), to Nha Trang (0.9%) and to Hue (0.8%) are also popular.

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    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Vietnam

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Vietnam flight deals.
  • Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) is a major hub for domestic flights in Vietnam. It is primarily served by Jetstar Pacific and Vietnam Airlines, which connect Hanoi to other cities in Vietnam, like Nha Trang and Phu Quoc.
  • Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) and Da Nang International Airport (DAD) are both hubs for Vietnam Airlines, which offers direct flights from various cities in Australia.
  • When travelling to Vietnam, it's wise to plan ahead and choose the destination airport to avoid long trips within the country. There are 3 major airports in Vietnam that serve different regions, but direct flights from Australia are available only to Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) in Ho Chi Minh City, the region’s most popular tourist destination. Tan Son Nhat is the biggest and the busiest airport in Vietnam and hosts several boutiques, malls, restaurants, and accommodation.
  • Those who want to visit Hanoi, the country’s capital, and travel around northern Vietnam, can opt for a one-stop flight to Bai International Airport (HAN), which is the biggest airport in the area. Among airlines whch offer flights on that route are Scoot, Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines.
  • If you are planning to visit Hue Imperial City, flying to Phu Bai International Airport will be most convenient as it is only 15 km away. You can also look for flights to Da Nang International Airport (DAD) located about 100 km from Hue. Due to the fact that Da Nang is the third busiest airport in Vietnam, flights there tend to be more frequent.
  • Flights from Australia to Vietnam may not require a stopover as there are direct flights available to all three main airports in the region. However, it is more affordable to opt for indirect flights that are routed through Bangkok, Hong Kong, or Singapore. Opting for indirect flights will also give you the opportunity to experience a day in these popular tourist destinations.
  • Australian visitors will require a valid passport and visa when travelling to Vietnam for business or leisure. Your passport must be valid for at least six months after your date of departure in order to enter the region.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Vietnam

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Australia to Vietnam? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
8.3
Singapore AirlinesOverall score based on 1557 reviews
83overall
84boarding
82entertainment
79food
87crew
82comfort
Airline reviews

Flying with Singapore airlines is always excelllent - the crew are lovely and the food too is great. It’s my number 1 airline

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Flying with Singapore airlines is always excelllent - the crew are lovely and the food too is great. It’s my number 1 airline

They were able to assist my elderly father and myself after not being able to check in to scoot. The counter service was phenomenal. They did what they could to get us on the next plane so we could catch our Connecting flight. Scoot closed early on us so we ended up missing our flight.

They close their counter so early. I had internet issues so I couldn’t check In online . I would have made the flight but their counter was closed 5 minutes before we arrived. No way of contacting them even though I had the confirmation number and tried to check in the night before on someone else’s phone. I tried calling their customer service with no pick up. Horrible experience, I’m very unhappy with them. I hope to never fly with them ever again. It costed me almost $900.

I did not like anything. Flight experience was bad overall.

The stewardess was very helpful all the way. My seat had an issue with headphones and after the replaced and gave me a new pair and noticed it was the seat I got a new chair to sit and a great ride back home

The seat comfort, the food and of course the crew, they made you feel welcome and relaxed 😊

Check in was snails pace, only 1 of the luggage screen was working so long lines, an hour to check in Nobody seemed to want to fix the issue Flight was 45 minutes late Scoot is a mini sized plane ( sardine class plane), literally felt slammed between people

Would have been nice to have more variety and less dairy in the Indian Vegetarian special meal. Why do they include Parathas as part of the entree and also on the side (substitute for bread/roll)? Also, no need for so much dairy...don't need milk packet, yogurt and Chobani Greek yogurt in the same meal.

Flight attendants seemed a little more stressed out than in past Singapore flights. Not sure if that was because we had a completely full flight or if it was because it was just before Christmas. Food was decent but someone needs to update their Indian Vegetarian menus to ensure more variety, less duplication of items (Parathas included in2 different formats) and less dairy.

Flight was delayed by 2 hours. No entertainment on the 737-800NG. Somewhat squeezy.

Ensure there is a choice of food for all customers and also enough food

An excellent airline; polite and courteous cabin crew, excellent meal and drink service. Highly recommended.

We boarded the plane at 1:20 pm It was hot. There was no air-conditioning It was stifling They kept us on the plane sitting there for 1 hour and 10 minutes

No space in between the seats as per them the average height of human is 5’3” and weight as 55, so seats are designed as per the same. Also, the aircraft was dirty and full of insects

when we arrived at Taipei no one help us to get boarding pass. we saw a few people there asked them for help but they just ignored us. There was a guy told us to call Starlux number to get help but we don’t know how to dial the number until there was a lady working there helped us to call Starlux customer then someone came down took us to another counter for boarding pass. Very confused and inconvenient. We might not choose Starlux again in the future.

There was no entertainment and food option limited But the service was first class on an economy flight

They didn't have a vegetarian food in spite of the ore order

Technical problems checking in. Had to wait a long time while they got things ready.

Vietnam airlines is just one step upper to the cheapest one (vietjet, if you wanted delays and cancel or feel like a criminal then vietjet is for you) for sure better customer cares and on time.

Flight was good but they cancelled return direct flight so they provide us connecting flight through hanoi

Would be better if can provide small free snacks on a long flight

Boarding was easy and unstressful, though the early "final call" was a bit off-putting. The crew were pleasant, and the seats were comfortable. The prices for food and drink were reasonable, apart from tea and coffee, where simple percolated coffee was charged at espresso prices. Deboarding was OK, though some Jetstar passengers appear to have a bad habit of pushing forward from their assigned rows, making it more difficult to get out for passengers that have paid a premium to sit up-front. Jetstar might want to look to address this to stop it from spreading.

I was allocated an exit row seat and was told to move so it could be given away to someone who had purchased two extra legroom seats and one regular seat but wanted the three to sit together. I was also charged for entertainment after booking but before checking in, and the ground crew couldn't do anything about refunding it. When the whole plane was given access to the entertainment as an apology for the flight being four hours late, I was told they couldn't do anything about that either, so I was charged for something I didn't want even though it would have been free anyway

I got to the airport earlier than I expected, and they let me change to an earlier flight with no trouble.

It was a super crowded time to travel out of Melbourne, but the flight was OK

Worst flying experience of my life. FIVE HOURS delayed! Rude and unhelpful staff and poor communication from the grounds team. Never flying Jetstar again

Worst experience ever flying Melbourne to Phuket. 5 hours delayed! Didn’t land till 1am in the morning. Staff were rude and unhelpful

Plane was late leaving darwin so we didn’t get home till 1130pm 2nd time in a fortnight that has happened. Hard when you have to work the next day

It may have been a result of earlier issues with a previous plane, causing delays, but the staff were not nearly as smiley as the previous Jetstar flight I was on. Also, they started boarding before the plane was empty...so we moved from one line into another line. They should have just waited until the plane was empty to avoid waiting in two lines.

We were visiting from California and did not know Melbourne. When we arrived at the main airport, where we also arrived when we flew in, we found to our horror that we were at the wrong airport! There was no obvious to us indication that there were two airports that Jetstar flew out of in Melbourne, or even that there were two airports. The staff tried to find us seats to Sydney but none were available, so we got an Uber and went to the other airport and managed to catch the original flight. The staff were great and very helpful, including figuring out how to check what bag to not have to pay extra for the luggage. I was contrasted with Ryan Air that we had flown with in Europe a few months previously and been treated as cattle and no smiles, no help, just line up and pay. We were impressed by the friendliness and the help extended to us.

The crew was not customer oriented at all, even confrontational . The aircraft needs more attention to detail as far as comfort, and the 1 hour sitting at the gate with no air is inexcusable

We flew on the 787 Dreamliner direct to main gate at KLIA2, quick entry via eGate and on the train 41mins after touchdown. Go well SCOOT

Was on scoot plus. The only good thing about the flight was the spacious seats. Tables and armrests were extremely dirty Food: bad Entertainment: non existent Wifi: unable to connect, then was painfully slow that we couldn’t even send messages Good thing we had a night flight, so we just slept throughout.

Not clear why boarding passes could only be issued at the counter and not through the kiosk. I had already check-in on the web, so waiting to obtain a boarding pass 1.5 hours before the actual flight defeats the purpose of early web check-in.

no charging point. food offering is limited and very much on the budget line. Overall is not satisfying for such a price and duration of flight.

We were delayed, but there was never any update given. Everyone was standing at the gate as boarding was supposed to commence at 13:10 for a 13:55 flight. We didn't actually start getting on the shuttles to the plane, until after 14:00. No updates, no information given at all.

Scoot refused to change my flight even though I had booked a flexible ticket. MyTrip wanted to charge me an extra $271 for a ticket that was only listed as $217. I complained about this to scoot and they didn't give a shite. So never again will you be getting money from me Scoot. You can Scoot off.

It would have been nice if I could have actually travelled to Perth. I injured my back and was unable to fly. Scoot refused to change my ticket saying it was not flexible. However I purchased the ticket through MyTrip and it was flexible. MyTrip wanted to charge me an extra $271 to change to a ticket that was only listed as $217. Never again will I fly Scoot or book through MyTrip

Me and my Partner were in seats 6A and 6B. (Which we paid a premium for). Unfortunately the person is seat 6C was large and because of his size my Partner was squashed to the point of discomfort and unable to sit properly. We requested to be moved to some empty seats and two hours into the flight the crew moved us. Perhaps it’s time airlines began checking passenger sizes to ensure they don’t encroach into fellow passengers seating space!

Connection flights are smooth, both flight takeoff arrive on time, that will be the best u can expect. Food no order, service no complain, entertainment not seen, cleanliness can be improve.

I got to the airport and flight was cancelled without notice

Some chair in the flight should be maintained, but I think they may not have time to check every seats, since it is high demand in this period.

Our experience was the worst. Over 2 days flight was changed and delayed 4 times. Not impressed

Very bad experience and will never try their service again. Not even water serve for 8hr flight. Will have to wait for every prepurched to cimplete before can buy water.

They do not even give you water. Have to pay for that and not cheap. Staff had some friendly and some very unfriendly. Terrible experience

Vietjet still requires CASH(!?!?!) payments at NRT to pay for increased baggage allowance. No other modern carrier requires their customers to pay ground staff in cash. It's 2024...make the check-in experience better, simpler, more efficient for your ground staff and, more importantly ,for your passengers by offering CREDIT CARD payment option!

The plane stayed hot the entire time, no leg room, no entertainment. Definitely a budget airline experience.

Not a lot of leg room for a long flight. Felt crammed into seat

Flight was okay. Seats were a bit cramped and not that comfortable, especially for a 7-hour flight, but you get what you pay for. Food has to be bought also so plan ahead. But if you can tolerate it then it’s not a bad deal! Staff are nice too.

As usual...the airline tries to pack as many bodies as possible on the plane. Very little leg room...although the flight was so short there was no inflight food or beverage...you could hardly put the tray table down if there was food/beverage service.

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