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VietJet is offering $0 tickets to Vietnam for a limited time

Snooze, you lose

By Adam Kerr | May 09, 2017

  • VietJet is offering $0 tickets to Vietnam for a limited time
    Halong Bay. Photo credit: Ian Soo

It's been a while since Vietnam’s first low-cost airline had this promo, but it's back. We’re already in the heat of May so it’s about time you think about your next holiday destination. Vietjet is offering "millions of promotional" tickets starting from $0 to celebrate their latest international connecting flight between Singapore and Hanoi.

At the start of the year, we predicted that Vietnam would be one of this year's hottest travel destinations, with the mountainous province of Lao Cai to check out, the northern port city Haiphong that's home to quaint colonial buildings, a vibrant coffee culture and the gateway to Halong Bay, and so much more. And if you are a Kong: Skull Island fan, you can also check go on a 10-day tour of all the shooting locations in Vietnam, including a rowboat out to the serene wetlands of Van Long Nature Reserve in Ninh Binh and a visit to the grandiose Thien Duong (Paradise) Cave inside Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alternatively, we have some suggestions on what to do if you're heading to Ho Chi Minh City.

As usual, there's a catch. The offer is only valid between 1pm-3pm from May 9 (today) to May 11, so it's really a first come, first served basis. The best part though, is that the tickets can be booked for a travel period between Aug 1 to Dec 31 this year. So round up your buddies, fix up a rough itinerary and get your tickets here.

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