Is there anyone travel to Vietnam in December?

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The weather in this time of the year is quite tricky. Thus we suggest you take a look at the following destinations, which will make your holiday memorable (and warm). 
Since it’s very cold in the northern and central parts of Vietnam during December, when the weather ranges between 10 Celcius degree to 17 Celcius degree, visitors planning for a beach holiday during this time can consider exploring the beautiful beaches in the southern part, such as Phu Quoc, Quy Nhon and Mui Ne. The weather is warm, the sea is calm and cool, with temperature from 21 Celcius degree to 32 Celcius degree.

Phu Quoc 

Phu Quoc is an island of Vietnam in the deep south of the country, off the coast of Cambodia. It is clean and relaxed and the locals are wonderful. The food is amazing if you are into that, and the scenery is second to none. It’s touristy, yes, but it’s not on the same level of trashiness as the main beaches of, say, Samui or Bali. While international visitors come for the beaches, Phu Quoc is probably better known for its fish sauce. And where there is fish sauce there is fishermen. In the harbour and river is the islands fishing fleet. The bridge on Nguyen Trung Truc gives you a good view of the boats along the river. 

Many resorts promote their own seafood barbecues there, but the most astounding variety is available at the night market in the main town of Duong Dong. An absolutely overwhelming selection of glistening fresh scallops in their shells, monstrous langoustines, and every variety of fish is available to be cooked on open grills.

Many beach destinations in Southeast Asia provoke images of rowdy nightlife, but Phu Quoc has a relaxed, even sleepy, party atmosphere for now. So it is quite suitable for family vacations.

Quy Nhon

Quy Nhon, the capital of Binh Dinh Province, has a population of nearly 300,000 and is a true beachside city. The Quy Nhon coastal city has recently become popular in the travel guide books of many tourists. While its northern sister Nha Trang has exploded with resort and hotel development and visitor numbers have soared, Quy Nhon has followed a much more low-key course. However, this does not mean its natural beauty is any less spectacular and the city’s setting, fronted by a broad sweep of sand and backed by green hills, means it is beginning to pull in the crowds. 

Alongside the knock-out beaches, Quy Nhon is also famed for its Cham ruins dating back centuries and, more unusually, a leper colony where patients still live and work today. 

With a long-stretching coast embracing the whole city, creating a graceful semicircular shape, the beaches in Quy Nhon are very clean and quiet. Virtually empty in the day time, the beach and boulevard gently stir with activity at sunrise and sunset when locals come out for some exercise, football, a cooling dip or a lazy cycle.

You can fly from Hanoi or HCM city to Phu Cat airport, 30km (20 miles) away from Quy Nhon.

Whatever destination you choose, make sure that you stick to the south if you intend to have a sunny beach vacation.

Wonderful trips to all of you.

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