Top 5 Things To Pack When Heading To Vietnam

Top 5 Things To Pack When Heading To Vietnam

From pristine beaches with warm sand to dig your toes into to lush and beautiful mountains to trek, hike and explore you are guaranteed to be far from bored and nothing short of having the time of your life. In order to make sure you make the most out of your time spent in beautiful Vietnam, you will want to pack the right stuff. The following are some of the must have’s before heading there… 

The Right Clothes 

With Vietnam being an extremely hot and humid place, you are going to want to bring plenty of shorts, tank tops and t-shirts. For girls, flowy skirts and dresses are also great options to stay cooler while in the high temperatures. 

Vietnam beach

Sunscreen & Bug Spray

As mentioned before, the sun is almost constantly shining in this part of the world and to keep from getting sunburnt, be sure to bring plenty of sunscreen. There are also a lot of mosquitos and to avoid getting bitten and being miserable, you will want to bring strong bug spray.

Comfortable Shoes

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There is almost a guaranteed chance that you are going to be doing a ton of walking while in Vietnam. While you are exploring the streets, you are going to want some very comfortable tennis shoes. If you head to the beaches (which you should) then you will need some comfortable sandals. If you are into hiking or trekking then get some comfortable and durable shoes for that!

Medical Items

Medical Items

Though you always hope accidents won’t happen while on vacation, it is always best to be prepared. Be sure to pack a mini first-aid kit with all of the essentials including Band-Aids, tweezers, disinfectant and any prescription medications you need.

Women’s Personal Hygiene Items 

If you are a woman heading to Vietnam for the first time you may not be aware of the differences that come along with the feminine products such as tampons and pads. If you feel more comfortable with the ones from your own home country, then be sure to pack plenty when you are getting ready to head out to for your Vietnam adventures. Remember that it is always better to bring too many than too little.